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Apollo Proton Cancer Centre has been accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI) for achieving international health care quality standards in patient care and safety.

Apollo Proton Cancer Centre, Chennai is India’s first dedicated advanced cancer centre and the 8th hospital in the Apollo Hospitals Group to receive the international accreditation.

Apollo Hospitals, Indore successfully performs Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement surgery on a nonagenarian patient.

Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement is an advanced minimally invasive technique that allows surgery on patients who are considered as unsuitable or high-risk for open-heart surgery.

Apollo Hospitals, Bangalore has successfully performed a rare liver auto-transplantation surgery on a liver cancer patient

An eight-hour long surgery was performed, which involved removing the liver, resecting the tumour from the liver outside the patient’s body and transplanting the healthy liver back into the patient.

Apollo Hospitals, Chennai has successfully performed minimally invasive cardiac surgery on an 85-year-old patient and redefined his life

When Minimally Invasive CABG is combined with angioplasty (Drug Eluting Stent insertion) it is termed as Hybrid Surgery and this provides a better outcome to the patients.

Apollo Proton Cancer Centre, Chennai successfully treated an 8-year-old boy from Singapore diagnosed with a Grade IV medulloblastoma

The patient underwent surgery to remove the tumour along with irradiation and chemotherapy to ensure that the tumour does not return.

Apollo Hospitals, Navi Mumbai has performed a complex surgery successfully to treat a 9-month-old baby diagnosed with Neonatal Severe Hypoparathyroidism

Neonatal severe hypoparathyroidism is a rare genetic disorder and potentially lethal condition that causes loss of regulation of calcium levels.

Apollo Hospitals, Bhubaneswar has successfully performed a rare Gynaecological surgery on a 19-year-old girl diagnosed with OHVIRA syndrome

OHVIRA syndrome (Obstructed Hemivagina with Ipsilateral Renal Anomaly) is a rare condition with a double uterus, double cervix and double vagina. This patient also had only one kidney.

Amidst the COVID-19 situation, Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, Delhi successfully performed a liver transplant surgery on a 10-month-old Malaysian baby

Baby Noor soon after birth had developed jaundice that worsened with time. She was further diagnosed with biliary atresia and heterotaxy.

Apollo Hospitals Group and Airtel collaborate to fight against COVID-19

The partnership aims to bring together Airtel’s Pan-India network reach and Apollo Hospital’s digital healthcare platform – Apollo 24|7 to raise awareness and break the chain of spread of COVID-19.

Apollo Hospitals Group launches Project Stay-I to provide isolation and quarantine facilities for suspected COVID-19 patients

Project Stay I is an innovative initiative to create isolation rooms in hotels with light medical supervision for quarantine and creating a barrier to ensure people recover without spreading the virus, and or be supervised so they can move to medical care at the right time.

Apollo Hospitals Group has launched Project Kavach to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic

The plan encompasses all aspects from information, preventive measures, online self-assessment for risk, testing, isolation/quarantine rooms, treatment and hospital beds, and ICU facilities for critically ill patients.

Apollo Hospitals, Chennai has introduced a new technique to treat bradyarrhythmias: the HIS-bundle-pacing procedure

HIS Bundle pacing engages the normal electrical conduction system of the heart, hence it prevents worsening of cardiac functioning and it is considered a more physiological way of pacing the heart.

Apollo Hospitals Group has launched the Ask Apollo Skill, an Amazon Alexa Skill to enable users find the nearest Apollo hospital and book an appointment with doctors

The Ask Apollo Skill will provide users access to over 5,000 doctors across 72 Apollo hospitals and to over 3,500 pharmacies throughout the country.

COVID-19 Government of India Guidelines

According to the WHO, a new type of coronavirus (2019 novel coronavirus, nCoV) has been identified in China on 7 January 2020. Coronaviruses are a family of respiratory viruses, named for the crown-like spikes on their surface.

Apollo Hospitals in association with CURE Foundation India hosted the 5th edition of Apollo Cancer Conclave and the 8th Edition of the Cancer CI – 2020 in Hyderabad

The Conference deliberated on the latest developments in the field of Oncology including AI / Machine learning in Oncology, Adaptive Intelligence in Radiotherapy Planning, Innovations in Radiotherapy, to name a few.

Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, Delhi successfully treats a 70-year-old Afghani woman for a rare form of tumour in her chest

The tumour was arising from the thyroid gland but mainly had a spread in the chest area. It was further compressing the wind-pipe and food-pipe and affecting the heart vessels.

Apollo Hospitals, Chennai successfully performs One-Step Minced Cartilage procedure on a 69-year-old American woman

In One –step Minced Cartilage Procedure, a portion of a healthy cartilage particulated from the same knee of the patient is transplanted to the damaged portion of the cartilage.

Apollo Hospitals, Indore performs Central India’s first complex cardiac surgery by implanting a permanent pacemaker on a two-day-old newborn baby

The newborn was suffering from congenital heart block with a heart rate of less than 50 beats per min which is much lesser than normal. Congenital heart block is a rare disorder with incidence of 1 in 22,000 with very low survival rates.

Apollo Hospitals, Chennai successfully performs India’s first minimally invasive double curve correction spine surgery

The abnormal ‘S’ shaped double curvature of the spine is usually seen in young girls aged 8-12 year and it affects 2% to 3% of children between the ages of 10 and 18.

Apollo Hospitals, Bhubaneswar has successfully performed Odisha’s first ever cadaveric kidney transplantation

One of the donated kidneys was transplanted on a patient admitted in Apollo Hospital Bhubaneswar and the other kidney was transplanted on a patient in SCB medical College & Hospital, Cuttack.
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