Hospitals For Transplant in India

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Hospitals For Transplant in India

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Apollo Hospitals Chennai

Chennai, India

10 reviews

  • State of the art facilities for various health disorders
  • Multi-specialty tertiary hospital
  • Cutting edge medical procedures 
  • Ranked no 1 Hospital of India as per Times Survery 2019
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Apollo Hospitals, Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad, India

2 reviews

  • 234 bed facility in the multi-specialty quaternary care hospital with full-fledged super
  • specialisation in oncology care
  • Dr. Chirag Shah is credited with the first successful "Autologus Stem Cell Transplant
  • for Acute Myeloid Leukemia" in this hospital
  • Other than specialised treatment for Cancer and Oncology, its other super specialties
  • include…
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Apollo Hospital ,Bangalore

Bangalore, India

1956 reviews

  • Apollo hospital in Bangalore is a 250 bed hospital which is spread across 2,12,000 sq.ft.
  • According to a Survey by Nielsen for best hospitals in 2013, Apollo Hospital Bangalore was ranked the 2nd best multispecialty hospital.
  • One of the centers in Apollo Hospital Bangalore is “The Minimal Access Surgery…
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Columbia Asia Hospital ,Yeshwantpur

Bangalore, India

868 reviews

  • Columbia Asia Hospital is located in the upscale Yeshwanthpur locality in the city of Bangalore.
  • The team of support people and medical practitioners are highly qualified and trained in the best institutes from around the world.
  • It is a 200-bed multispecialty hospital.
  • This hospital premises has in-built laboratories and…
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Fortis Hospital ,Bangalore

Bangalore, India

3960 reviews

  • Fortis Bangalore treats more than a thousand patients on a day-to-day basis
  • They have state-of-the-art facilities
  • They are a JCL and NABH Certified Hospital
  • Their doctors are qualified and certified
  • They offer a 24 hour hospital service
  • They have services of international patients
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Gleneagles Global Hospitals Bangalore

Bangalore, India

75 reviews

  • State of the art facilities with over 500 bed
  • Two hospitals in Bangalore
  • 14 operation theatres with advanced imaging tools
  • Largest liver ICU in the country
  • Advanced clinical care with NABH accreditation.
  • 16 hospitals over 5 countries.
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HCG Hospital

Bangalore, India

110 reviews

  • It is one of the leading cancer hospitals in all of India
  • It has one of the largest networks of cancer centers across India. 
  • Provides state-of-the-art facilities
  • Provides for all treatment options for radiation, medical and surgical. 
  • First to introduce Cyberknife treatment option in India.
  • Multi-disciplinary, tertiary hospital
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Narayana Health

Bangalore, India

185 reviews

  • It is a facility excelling in various critical heart surgeries
  • They have the best Cath lab to deal with the emergency heart attack situations
  • It takes pride in conducting heart surgeries with minimum risk for adults and newborn babies
  • They have state of the art infrastructure, that are able…
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Sakra World Hospital

Bangalore, India

2431 reviews

  • It is the first MNC hospital in India, which is committed to advanced medical care that increases the value of human life.
  • To ensure the good health of the community the use of recent medical technologies, clinical methods, and protocols are used to improve the outcome.
  • It is a…
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Fortis Malar Hospital

Chennai, India

710 reviews

  • Multi-specialty tertiary care hospital
  • 160 consultants and 650 employees
  • 180 beds served 11,000 in-patients
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Transplant Surgery in India

Transplant surgery in India is successfully performed in various hospitals. Transplant surgery cost in India is low compared to other countries, hence, India is a preferred destination. 

Transplant surgery involves surgically replacing a failed organ with a healthy one obtained from a donor. This surgery is only done for conditions or diseases that have progressed despite other treatment methods and have led to organ failure. It is usually reserved for patients with end-stage diseases. 

Transplant surgery - Eligibility

Whether to perform transplant surgery is decided depending on the patients:

  • Diagnosis
  • Stage of the disease
  • General physical condition
  • Age 

Patients with the following are not suitable for transplant surgery: 

  • Lung, liver or kidney problems
  • Poor leg circulation
  • Cancer
  • Chronic infections

The organ transplantation process is a long and tedious one, which involves various tests, evaluations, and indefinite waiting. Once the transplant team members approve that the patient is a suitable organ recipient, he/she will be added to the national transplantation network to look for a donor. After finding a suitable donor, the transplantation surgery is carried out.

Transplant surgery - The Procedure

Before the transplant surgery, the organ is harvested from the donor. Organ harvesting refers to removing cells, tissues, or organs from the donor and preserving them till transplantation. If the donor is deceased, the organs will be transplanted within a few hours of harvesting. If the donor is alive, the recipient’s transplant surgery is performed immediately after the donor’s surgery. 

Once the recipient receives the news of the available organ, he/she should not eat or drink anything. The recipient will be called to the hospital. A complete physical check-up and other tests are performed to evaluate the recipient’s fitness for surgery and to detect any infection or other medical problem. Following this, the recipient will be prepared for surgery.

General anesthesia is administered to the recipient, and a central venous catheter will be placed. A breathing tube that is attached to a mechanical ventilator is placed in the recipient’s throat. 

The surgeon will carefully remove the diseased organ and replace it with the healthy donor organ. The recipient’s blood vessels are connected to the donated organ. The surgeon will check the blood flow to the organ and then close the incisions. 

The precise steps of the transplant surgery will vary according to the type of organ transplant surgery performed. These include heart transplant, liver transplant, lung transplant, bone marrow transplant, kidney transplant, etc.

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Top destinations for transplant surgery in India 

Transplant surgery in India is performed in the best hospitals that have advance equipment and highly skilled surgeons. The best hospitals for this procedure are in major cities in India, including Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi, and Hyderabad, etc. 

Transplant surgery cost in India

A kidney transplant in India costs about 12,000 USD to 20,000 USD, whereas a liver transplant costs about 30,000 – 35,000 USD, and the heart transplant ranges from 40,000 USD to 44,000 USD. The expense of the surgery majorly depends on the organ transplanted, the expertise of the surgeon, hospital facilities, and the location of the hospital.

Facilities for International Clients

  • Internationally accredited hospitals
  • Well-qualified, experienced surgeons
  • Use of the latest technologies and surgical methods
  • Well-equipped patient rooms 
  • Friendly and efficient healthcare team
  • Comfortable, hassle-free stay
  • Dedicated support

By having transplant surgery in India, you can receive the best healthcare at an honest, affordable price. You can also visit the tourist attractions, like hill stations, monuments, temples, etc. that are in the surrounding of the hospital and experience the country’s rich culture. 

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