Six Patients Underwent Primary, Rescue Angioplasty In Govt Super Speciality Hospital Srinagar

SRINAGAR: The government Super Specialty Hospital Srinagar has successfully performed six primary/rescue angioplasty surgeries with two patients being in Cardiogenic shock.

Doctors who performed six primary/rescue angioplasty surgeries with two patients being in Cardiogenic shock at Govt Super Speciality Hospital Srinagar on Tuesday, March 30, 2021.

The surgeries conducted free of cost under the Ayushman Sehat Sehat scheme also indicate the growing heart attack’s along with enunciating the risk factors particularly smoking among the younger generation.

As per the data, the patients include a 70-year-old patient who is a smoker and is diabetic; the second patient is a 48-year-old male who is also a smoker; the third patient is a 47-year-old male (Smoker); the fourth patient is a 37-year-old male (Smoker); fifth is a female who is 58 years old with Hypertension, and sixth is a male 46 years who is also a smoker.

These six surgeries have beaten the record of five performed in 2015 at Sher-i-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences.

The primary angioplasty is the procedure that is superior to Thrombolysis.

As per the officials, the Government Super Specialty Hospital Shireen Bagh Srinagar is fully equipped and geared to tackle any such cases with 3 Cathlabs and 11 cardiologists in place.

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