Dr Jayesh Trivedi of SAL Hospital writes about Dengue Fever

SAL Hospital senior physician Dr Jayesh Trivedi's contribution appeared in an article about Dengue Fever in the The Times of India

SAL Hospital senior physician Dr Jayesh Trivedi’s contribution appeared in an article about Dengue Fever in the The Times of India

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Leading newspapers cover the Keyhole Heart Surgery Workshop in SAL Hospital

News cutting The Times of India

The Times of India covered the workshop about minimally invasive valve replacement conducted at SAL Hospital. Prof Francesco Musumeci, a leading Italian Heart Surgeon operated on two patients to demonstrate how he operates through only a 3 cm incision.

News cutting Gujarat Samachar

Leading Gujarati News Paper Gujarat Samachar also covered news about the workshop. Patients suffering from Valvular Heart Diseases will benefit greatly with minimally invasive heart surgery which is being done regularly in SAL Hospital.

Keyhole Surgery for Aortic Valve Surgery Workshop in SAL Hospital

In a ‘Meet The Expert’ continuing medical education [CME] program for cardiac surgeons, cardiac anaesthetists and related service and industry professionals. Over 25 Cardiac Surgeons from all over Gujarat and one anaesthetist from Dhaka, Bangladesh had attended the workshop.

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Prof Francesco Mesumeci lectured about the surgery he first showed live.

Prof Francesco Musumeci of Campus Bio-Medico University Hospital, Rome, Italy

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Dr Anil Jain talked with Prof Francesco while the latter operated inside the operating room

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It was a full house with so many heart surgeons attending the program.

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L-R: SAL Director Dr Neha Shah, SAL Medical Director Dr Harsha Parikh, Prof Francesco Musumeci and Dr Anil Jain pose just after Prof Mesumeci’s lecture.

FIve State of the Art CVTS Operation Theatres

After nearly three months of hard and efficient work of the maintenance and engineering department, the five state of the art Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery [CVTS] Operation Theatres and integrated CVTS Intensive Care Unit [ICU] were inaugurated. Now fully operational, the surgeons team has been utilising the facility for even better patient services.

CT Surgeons Operating

Cardiac Surgery in the new OT complex

State of the art Infra Structure

  • FIVE dedicated Cardiac OTs
  • Laminar Air Flow System
  • HEPA filters CLASS 100 Ambience
  • Stockert S5 Heart Lung Machines
  • KLS Martin LED Operating Lights
  • Angiography views in OT
  • Streamlined Lights for free airflow
  • Touch controls for lights & blinds
  • Hands free communications
  • Live transmission of Surgery
  • Linked 22 bed state of the art SICU
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Hover your hand over the switch and the OT door opens

Positive-Air-Pressure-Gauge

Pressure gauge to measure the higher air pressure in the OT, it is usually 15 Pascals

OT-wall-phone

Hands free Clean Room Phone takes away the open wires of a conventional phone

OT-TOuch-screen

This touch screen controls all the electric fittings of the OT and also the patient’s vitals

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Speech TIme: L-R: CMD of SAL Hospital Shri Rajendra Shah, CVTS Surgeon Dr Anil Jain, CEO Shri Dilip Jain during the inauguration ceremony

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Doctors and staff members from all departments witness the great milestone of the inauguration of the new CVTS facility.

Spacious-SICU

The spacious CVTS Intensive Care Units exceed best hospital standards and offer plenty of day light which helps in speedy recovery.

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SAL Hospital CMD Shri Rajendra Shah and his better half Mrs Raginiben perform aarti at the puja held to bless the CVTS ICU.

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SICU and OT staff members, nurses, technicians and orderlies, share the blessings of the aarti.