Resort facilities

Ma Su inaugurates various health facilities at RGGGH

“The four-dimensional ECHO machine can accurately and three-dimensionally examine heart tissue, valves and septum. Intravascular ultrasound will help understand the structure of the pipe wall in cardiac procedures and help doctors to understand the nature of the damage and deal with it accordingly by accurately identifying the factors.

The method can be decided, thus blocking the coronary arteries and an ablative stent can be implanted with precision,” said the Minister of Health.

He said that every month, 3,600 outpatients and 300 inpatients are treated at the Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital and 220 surgeries are performed there. At least 1,286 kidneys were obtained from relatives and 300 kidneys were obtained from brain-dead patients for kidney transplants performed in the hospital.

Under the Chief Minister’s comprehensive health insurance scheme, kidney stones are treated using the vibrational wave method and a total of Rs 17.37 crore has been spent on 14,882 beneficiaries.

He also appreciated the doctors in the hospital for performing various complex surgeries including Artificial Blood Vessel Transplantation and Emergency Sinus Surgery under the Chief Minister’s Comprehensive Health Insurance Scheme at a cost of Rs 15 lakh to RGGGH.