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Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   sir, I would like know abt harnia surgery
Doctor :   r u there
Doctor :   could u specify what would u like to know about hernia surgery
Doctor :   For Administrative and health purposes, Please provide these details of the patient-Age: Gender: Occupation: Location: Marital Status: Weight and Height: Dependents: Yes/ No.
User :   60yrs male, , married, 67kgs, 5.2", ye
User :   he is a heart patient - LV dyfunction 35%
Doctor :   ok
User :   and having abdominal hernia..
User :   in the stomach..
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   had he undergo any surgery before
User :   size 2 to 3" growth
Doctor :   navel region isit
User :   no sir!,
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   inguinal region?
User :   yes it is navel region.. earlier it was small now it is increased in size.. he was 10 yrs back undergone anigogram - hearth
Doctor :   ok
User :   it umbical hernia..
Doctor :   ok
User :   can u tell me is it safe if undergo for hernia sugery because he is heart patient
Doctor :   umbilical hernia occurs when there is a weakness in abdominal muscles allows intestinal contents to bulge through the muscle wall.
User :   he is having chornic cough
Doctor :   Laparoscopic repair
Doctor :   is best for him
Doctor :   but i need to examine to
User :   can u tell me in which hospital this treatment available..
Doctor :   know the exact physical condition
Doctor :   where are u located
User :   only cough is there and as per cariacologist taking tablets for hearth
Doctor :   cough will be taken care of
Doctor :   by the surgeon
Doctor :   he need not worry
Doctor :   You can use the search a doctor/hospital feature on our homepage to find a surgeon in your area. If you wish, we can fix up your appointment with a doctor in your area.
Doctor :   if u need assistance u can msg us or write to us
User :   ok can u tell your email id..
Doctor :   YYYY@YYYY
Doctor :   anything else u would like to know about
Doctor :   the treating surgeon
Doctor :   would be the best person to decide
Doctor :   what is good for him
Doctor :   mode of surgery i mean
Doctor :   open or lap surgery
Doctor :   ok
User :   which one is best and secure
User :   and can u tell me surgeon name and contact details.. plz.
Doctor :   depends on the patient requirement and general condition
Doctor :   u can look up under search or we can fix appointment for u, if u wish so
Doctor :   YYYY@YYYY
Mobile : 0000
Doctor :   confirm ur details please
User :   wht is the cost for this surgery and how many days to be there in hospital...
Doctor :   i will look up for u
User :   YYYY@YYYY : 0000
Doctor :   Recovery takes approximately two to three weeks.
User :   cost for this treatment and surgery
Doctor :   cost depends on the surgeon and hospital where u undergo surgery
User :   ok sir!
Doctor :   it will be roughly
Doctor :   39,120 approx for lap surgery
Doctor :   in a private hospital
User :   Can u tell me if patient heart dease i.e. LV Dyfunction 35% is it any problem for doing surgery or any alternative treatement without surgery
Doctor :   30-0000 for unilateral or bilateral open surgery
User :   ok
Doctor :   the treating doctor will explain that
Doctor :   in details
Doctor :   only after clinical examination one can say
Doctor :   how is the patient related
User :   Last time 2 months tryed to do hernia surgery but due to heart pulse increases and BP raises so that they sent back...
Doctor :   ok
User :   for doing open surgery is it General Anasthesia is required or not
Doctor :   depends on the patient condition
User :   kindly suggest
Doctor :   we cannot suggestunless we clinical examine for such cases
User :   bcz last time doctor suggested that general ansthesia not much secure and it may be done using regional ansthesia..
Doctor :   cannot speculate
Doctor :   yes go by his advise whatever he says
Doctor :   since he has seen the patient personally and clinically examined him
Doctor :   he will knowing the exact general physical condition
Doctor :   how is the patient related to you
User :   father
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   consult a surgeon, he would explain to you,if the cough persists the hernia
Doctor :   worsen
User :   Bcz of this condition I was scared to go for surgery ; kindly suggest is it any alternate treatment available.
Doctor :   Some hernias are "reducible" and can be treated simply by pushing them back behind the abdominal muscle wall. However, most hernias that cause pain or discomfort will require surgery.
Doctor :   anything else u want to know about
User :   thank you very much for your suggestions Sir.
User :   I need best doctors details to take this treatment / surgery
Doctor :   ur welcome
Doctor :   would u like us to fix an appointment
Doctor :   YYYY@YYYY
Mobile : 0000
User :   yes sir!
Doctor :   confirm ur details
Doctor :   when would u like to have appointment
User :   the details are correct confirmed.
Doctor :   which surgeon did u consult last time around
User :   may be second half of this month...
Doctor :   how long was it u consulted
Doctor :   the surgeon
User :   last month consulted cardialogist, he prescribed few medicines for heart to take upto 1 months then they will give his opinion
User :   so that waiting...
Doctor :   ok u can wait till then and if u want any assistance from our side
Doctor :   u can write at YYYY@YYYY
Doctor :   or call us on this number
User :   ok
Doctor :   91-80-0000 (Mon - Fri, 12PM to 6PM)
Doctor :   One of our doctors will get back to you soon with all the relevant details.
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   bye for now
Doctor :   have XXXXXXXX day
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