This is to convey you my special thanks and appreciation to you and your team for operating me for the heart bypass surgery on 28th August 2015. It was a bit difficult to take the decision for getting myself operated when I was detected with my disease. But with the kind of confidence you inculcated in me it became easier for me to undergo the knife. You and your team has lived up to and beyond my expectations. I am up and walking for about 3 kilometres every day and have started driving my car also. Once again my big thanks to you.
I hope this mail finds you well. I arrived back in Kenya safely on 11th April 2015. I would like to express my sincere gratitude towards the assistance you gave us while in Delhi. You were there every step of the way since my arrival and you made sure every issue to do with my treatment was promptly acted on. I appreciate you finding us good and affordable accommodation in a friendly environment as well as being there for us each and every day to ensure that we were fine.
In the future I would not hesitate to refer someone to high beam global and more especially through you because of your great personality and positive attitude towards your job. You are a committed person. Once again thank you from the bottom of my heart and Max Super Speciality Hospital who did a tremendous job while treating me. I look forward to seeing you when I come back for review.
Thank you and God bless you.
Dr. Ritwick has saved my life and he is an angel to me and my family. Inspite of being knowing my status of heart which was very bad, He was ready to go ahead happily with my surgery with smiling face. We always be thankful.
He came here with complaints of severe breathlessness on exertion. Upon angiography and echocardiography, it was evident that he was having a blockage in one of the coronary arteries with dilated cardiomyopathy with severe eccentric MR and severe LV dysfunction also. As far as, the patient was concerned, he refused for the surgery in the first place but then again got re-admitted for the same. He underwent bypass surgery with mitral valve replacement and the post-procedural results came out to be good.
He came with the complaints of dyspnoea and angina having lot of co-morbidities (Chronic cholecystitis and pancreatitis, left pleural aspiration, Hiatus hernia with oesophageal contraction) also with severe left ventricular dysfunction. Having informed the patient and his relatives about all the risk factors involved, there was an assurance that he can get his surgery done and will recover soon. So, he underwent CABG surgery with placement of 4 bypasses / 4 grafts. Post operative results were excellent and they went happily to see the Taj Mahal.
Mr. Hasan came with the complaints of breathlessness on and off and had been a known case of coronary artery disease for which he had his angioplasty done in Iraq previously. He again came here with the similar complaints. Upon coronary angiography, it was evident that he again had blockages so, he was treated immediately and angioplasty was done to the vessel.
He came with complaints of severe sweating and burning sensation in chest. He is a post op case of PTCA done in 1999 in a local hospital, now visited with the complaints of breathlessness on and off on exertion since 8 months. Echocardiography done here revealed severe mitral regurgitation. This was in addition to the coronary artery disease which he already had. So, CABG was done on the pump in addition to which mitral valve was also repaired with the annuloplasty ring.