Indian doctors save life of Pakistani Student

At a time when tensions have flared up again between India and Pakistan.

Indian doctors save life of Pakistani Student

August 16, 2008 by Dr Sujay Shad0
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At a time when tensions have flared up again between India and Pakistan, doctors in Delhi have saved the life of a young Pakistani engineering student by conducting a rare cardiac surgery.

A team of 11 doctors and staff at the Sir Ganga Ram Hospitalhas repaired 20-year-old Tayyab Niaz’s mitral valve (that controls the blood flow between the upper and lower chamber of the heart) to save his life.
Doctors said the surgery was “rare, tedious and needs more patience”.

“Tayyab Niaz underwent heart treatment in Pakistan two years back but the mitral valve was ruptured during the medical procedure. Pakistani doctors referred him here and we successfully repaired the damage. Now he is fine and ready to go home,” said Sujay Shad, the lead surgeon who carried out the surgery.”


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