WFY BUREAU, BAHRAIN: Salmaniya Hospital in Bahrain admitted and diagnosed a 36-year-old patient with severe abdominal pain, vomiting, weight loss, and a possible sealed perforation as emphysematous cholecystitis on October 13.
He went through critical conditions during his stay at the hospital.
The hospital’s effective treatment and the best care provided by the doctors and staff of Salmaniya Medical Complex stabilised his condition. For further treatment yesterday by Gulf Air flight, he travelled to Hyderabad with a medical escort and reached Hyderabad safely.
Mr.Nagesh Padigela, a 36-year-old resident of Bahrain, was admitted to Salmaniya Hospital in Bahrain on October 13. The doctors diagnosed him with emphysematous cholecystitis, which had the possibility of sealed perforation. Before the diagnosis, the patient experienced severe abdominal pain, vomiting, and significant weight loss. During his stay in the hospital, he had gone through critical conditions.
The appropriate treatment from the hospital and the doctors, especially Dr. Yousuf and his team, were responsible for nursing the patient back to a stable condition.
Gulf Airways flew the patient to Hyderabad with a medical escort, ensuring his safe arrival at the destination. Mr. Sudheer Thirunilath, the President of Pravasi Legal Cell Bahrain Chapter, took the initiative to send him back with the help of the immigration authorities, who helped to clear his exit formalities.
Mr. Thirunilath expressed his gratitude and said, “I take this opportunity to thank the Salmaniya Hospital Authorities, Dr.Yousuf and his team, at Ward 11, and the Immigration Authorities who helped to clear his exit, HE. Shri Vinod K. Jacob. The Ambassador of India and all the Embassy of India officials, especially Shri.Ravi Singh, Second Secretary, Labour Officials Shri.Suren Lal, Mr. Das, Pravasi Legal Cell (PLC) Team, Telugu Kala Samiti, The Sacred Heart Church Hospital Visit Volunteers, and many individuals whose names are not mentioned who helped us in different ways, including social workers who extended all the help for a smooth departure.”
Mr.Nagesh Padigela, Before leaving, he extended his gratitude to all who helped him and also to his family.