Doctors at Kims Saveera Hospital in Anantapur rescued a critically injured patient

Doctors at Kims Saveera Hospital in Anantapur rescued a critically injured patient

Ananthapur, July 05th, 2022: Doctors at KIMS Saveera Hospital in Anantapur performed six surgeries on a patient who fell from a huge tree and sustained severe fractures all over his body. Kumar, a 26-year-old man from Dibbasanipalle of Anantapur district, was seriously injured after he accidentally fell from a tall tree. His legs, hands, ribs, hip bone, what not, there were multiple fractures in many places all over the body. He was in a critical condition as his ribs also were broken, and his lungs were also damaged. Everyone thought it was almost impossible for him to survive. However, Dr Ramanjaneyulu, an orthopaedic surgeon at KIMS Saveera Hospital, examined his condition, and his team decided to perform the surgeries one after another. He had to undergo a total of six surgeries. They were performed one after another for a total of 14 hours. It took ten days for him to recover from the surgeries. He got discharged from the hospital after a full recovery. Now he can do all his work. However, it takes about a month or two for all the broken bones to stick completely. He will have to visit the doctors once a month for three months. In the past, such complex cases were referred to the metro cities like Bangalore or Hyderabad. With the availability of state-of-the-art medical facilities, an expert medical team and an anaesthesia team, he could survive at KIMS saveera hospital in Anantapuram. Dr Pradeep Batta, Dr Vamsi and the anaesthesia team co[1]operated in the surgeries.