Uday Pratap Singh, Indore. People generally do not consider the medical system of government hospitals to be better than private ones, but the businessman of Dubai has relocated the Indore-based Government MY Hospital to get his son’s Thalassemia-based Bonamero transplant done here. MYM usually carries out Bone and Transplant of BPL and poor children, but Vijay Tekwani from Dubai decided to get his 15-year-old son, Varsh, to do a Bonamero transplant right here when he heard his acquaintance Dr Prakash Satwani’s name.
Six members of the family shifted to Indore for the Bonamero transplant and got treatment by renting a house here. Bonamero was transplanted to the scene on 21 April and discharged from the hospital on 17 May. The two-and-a-half-year-old younger brother gave Bonmero the scene. The family also donated about 10 lakh rupees to be spent on treatment in a private hospital so that it can help in the treatment of other poor children. Originally, this family of Bhopal settled in Dubai years ago. It is worth noting that till now, in children, Bonmero is transplanted through CSR funding.
Card blood was also transplanted with Bonmero for the first time
The transplant team included Dr. Prachi Chaudhary and Dr. Preeti Malpani and other doctors. Dr. Malpani told that for the first time card blood was transplanted with Bonmero at MYH. The family of Dubai had preserved the blood of their youngest son Garv, who transplanted the 15-year-old scene.
In March, when the Kovid infection was at Peak in Indore, six members of the Tekwani family came from Indore to Dubai for a son’s bonmero transplant and stayed here with a rented house. The scene was admitted to MYH from 30 March. His mother Lata Tekwani remained with him in the hospital for 49 days. Transplanted on 12 April and discharged on 17 May. Now the family will return to Dubai after one month.
MYH’s team is no less than a private hospital
Vijay Tekwani said that the team of doctors of MYH is better than the team of any private hospital. We have also treated our children at SKMC Hospital in Dubai, but at MYH we did not see any shortage compared to that hospital. Bonmero Transplant is not yet available in Dubai. Transplantation costs more in the US. The cost of 25 to 50 lakhs was said to be transplanted in Bengaluru. Whereas at MYH, the Bonamero has been transplanted at a cost of Rs 10 lakh. We will also donate some amount to the Bonmero Unit of MYH to help in the treatment of poor children.