Why these 4 Medical Procedures Make AIMS a Centre of Medical Excellence?

Medical centres of excellence are a boon to those seeking critical care and life-altering treatments.

Besides hosting the top medical specialists, a band of expert doctors and highly effective healthcare staff, centres of medical excellence are also equipped with superior technology – making them the forefronts of medical miracles.

Asian Institute of Medical Sciences is one such renowned hotspot in India. Besides covering a plethora of medical specialities and treatment options, AIMS is also the driver of healthcare excellence – in almost all domains.

Here are the top 4 medical procedures that make AIMS a centre of medical excellence.

  1. Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT)
  2. Bone Marrow is present in human Red Blood Cells, White Blood Cells and Platelets. Bone Marrow is a fatty and spongy tissue present in the human bones – including thigh and hip bones as well.

    The procedure for bone marrow transplant includes replacing damaged bone marrow so that your body can produce and stores blood cells with healthy bone marrow.
    Young blood cells, also called hematopoietic stem cells, mature and travel from your bone marrow to merge into your blood. The bone marrow transplant is also known as the stem cell transplant.
    AIMS is one of the leading BMT procedure centres in India. If you are looking for a bone marrow transplant, please visit AIMS for the finest consultation.

  3. Angioplasty
  4. Angioplasty is a procedure used to unclog heart arteries that have been clogged due to plaque (fat & calcium deposits). The angioplasty procedure includes a small balloon catheter that is inserted in a blocked blood vessel to help unclog it and improve the blood flow to your heart.
    Modern lifestyle is taking a toll on most people’s emotional and physical well-being – and the most significant tax of all is paid by your heart. AIMS India recommends everyone to follow a balanced, less stressful and healthy lifestyle.

    When your doctor suspects blocked arteries or veins, an angiogram test will determine the worst affected within your body. If medicines and lifestyle changes become ineffective in reversing this condition, you will require angioplasty to restore proper blood flow. Angioplasty is less invasive than open-heart surgery and carries fewer risks.

    A thin tube is threaded through a blood vessel in the groin or the arm to the occluded coronary artery, i.e. the affected site. The catheter balloon is inflated when it reaches the blockage to push the plaque back against the blood vessel wall and allow the blood to flow unhindered.
    AIMS India takes pride in being the top-rated centre for angioplasty procedure with an unrivalled success rate.

  5. Brain Tumour Treatment
  6. When a cluster of abnormal cells grows out of control in your brain, it is called a tumour. Some brain tumours are benign, which means the cells aren’t cancer. Others are malignant, meaning they’re cancer.
    Brain tumours are called primary tumours if they started in your brain. They are considered secondary if they start elsewhere in your body and spread to your brain. The primary risk from brain tumour includes enlargement, i.e. it can grow so big that it pressurizes the skull and hampers normal brain function.

    If the tumour imparts pressure on a sensitive region, it can induce coma, or worse – result in death. Millions of Indians are diagnosed with a brain tumour every year – making it a serious health issue.

    Treatment for brain tumours varies with every patient. Some respond very well to the medicine, while some may require chemotherapy. In most cases, surgery makes the patient’s life quality much better. You can visit AIMS India for consultation in case of brain tumour treatment.

  7. Kidney Transplant
  8. Kidney transplantation is the last resort in Kidney treatment when the kidneys stop to function entirely. This condition is called ‘End-Stage Renal Disease’ or ‘End-Stage Kidney Disease.’
    The kidneys, each about the size of your fist, are two bean-shaped organs located on each side of the spine, below your rib cage. The kidneys’ primary function is to filter and remove waste, minerals, and fluid from the blood by producing urine.

    In a kidney transplantation procedure, a kidney from a donor’s body, alive or deceased, is surgically placed into the receiver’s body. Normal human beings are born with two kidneys. However, a young adult can survive and work well only with one kidney as well.
    AIMS has a splendid track record of multiple kidney transplants. Visit us for expert consultation and claim back your quality of life.
    Closing Note
    There are many more specialist medical procedures that make AIMS the first choice of healthcare treatment for national as well as international patients.
    Contact us now to know more!

    Content Reviewed by – Asian Hospital Medical Editors