Success Stories
This web page displays some of the success stories of doctors working at Madaan Hospital, Panipat.
 We thank our patients for giving us the opportunity to serve them.

All the following photographs of the patients have been posted after taking their consent.

1. Saved after more than 75% burns due to Ammonia gas leak.


Dr T R Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.




2. Saved after a massive Heart Attack (Inferior Wall Myocardial Infarction). The patient presented with severe chest pain.

ECG before Thrombolysis with Tenecteplase.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient after successful Thrombolysis with Tenecteplase.

ECG after Thrombolysis with Tenecteplase.




3. Saved after a massive Heart Attack (Anterior-Lateral Wall Myocardial Infarction). The patient presented with severe chest pain.
ECG before Thrombolysis with Tenecteplase.

Dr Anant Madaan with the patient after successful Thrombolysis with Tenecteplase.



4. Successfully treated for primary infertility.
The couple had primary infertility of 12 years.
Dr Sushma Madaan with the proud parents of a beautiful baby girl. The patient concieved successfully after 2 months of treatment and delivered a healthy female baby of 3.75 Kg. Many such couples have been treated for infertility in the past 30 years and we are still counting...


5. Saved after a massive Heart Attack (Anterior-Lateral Wall Myocardial Infarction) and High Blood Pressure of 230/120 mmHg.
ECG before Thrombolysis with Tenecteplase.

 
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient after successful Thrombolysis with Tenecteplase.



6.Treated for Ischemic Stroke with left sided hemiplegia.

Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.



7. Saved after severe P.P.H. (Post Partum Haemorrhage) with haemoglobin of only 2 gm% , B.P. of 60 mm/Hg in hemorrhagic shock due to blood loss.
Dr Nidhi S Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.


8. Treated for Paroxysmal Supraventricular Tachycardia (P.S.V.T.).
Paroxysmal Supraventricular Tachycardia (P.S.V.T.).

Dr Anant Madaan with the patient after successful treatment.

P.S.V.T. converted to normal sinus rhythm.



9. Saved after a massive Heart Attack (Anterior-Lateral Wall Myocardial Infarction). The patient presented with severe chest pain.
ECG before Thrombolysis with Tenecteplase.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient after successful Thrombolysis with Tenecteplase.


10. Saved after a traumatic rupture of Spleen.
Dr T R Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.



11. Saved after a massive Heart Attack (Inferior-Posterior Wall Myocardial Infarction with right ventricular involvement). The patient presented with severe chest pain.

ECG before Thrombolysis with Tenecteplase.

Dr Anant Madaan with the patient after successful Thrombolysis with Tenecteplase.



12. Successfully treated for Dengue, Typhoid and Malaria (Plasmodium Vivax).  Presented with fever, loss of appetite, extreme weakness and also had low platelet count of only 12000 per litre.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.
13. Successfully treated for Dengue, presented with fever, loss of appetite, extreme weakness and also had low platelet count of only 15000 per litre.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient and his family at the time of discharge.

14. Saved after a massive electric shock leading to cardiac arrhythmia and seizures and was unresponsive for 24 hours.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.

15. Treated for severe Gastroesophageal reflux disease.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.



16. Saved after a massive Heart Attack (Antero-Lateral Wall Myocardial Infarction). The patient presented with severe chest pain, congestive heart failure and flash Pulmonary edema.
ECG before Thrombolysis with Tenecteplase.
Patient requiring BiPAP support due to pulmonary edema.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient after successful Thrombolysis with Tenecteplase.



17. Saved after a massive Heart Attack (Infero-Lateral Wall Myocardial Infarction). The patient presented with severe chest pain and sweating.
ECG before Thrombolysis with Tenecteplase.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient after successful Thrombolysis with Tenecteplase.


18. Treated for Septic shock with metabolic acidosis, chronic renal failure due to Diabetic Nephropathy and Diabetic foot.
Arterial Blood Gas (ABG) before treatment showing Ph = 7.06, PCo2 = 15 mmHg, HCo3 = 6, Po2 = 55 mmHg , So2 = 75%
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.



19. Saved after traumatic rupture of Aorta (leading to Pseudoaneurysm) due to a through and through stab injury. The patient presented with a systolic B.P. of 60 mm/Hg and was unresponsive.
CT Scan Report: Pseudoaneurysm measuring 9 X 6 mm in the mid Ascending Aorta.
Chest Xray showed widened mediastinum.
CT Scan Report: Mediastinal hematoma with pericardial involvement.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.



20. Saved after a massive Heart Attack (Antero-Lateral Wall Myocardial Infarction). The patient presented with severe chest pain and sweating.
ECG before Thrombolysis with Reteplase.


Dr Anant Madaan with the patient after successful Thrombolysis with Reteplase.




21. Successfully treated for massive D.V.T. (Deep Venous Thrombosis) of the right leg and bilateral P.E. (Pulmonary Embolism).
CT Abdominal Angiogram Report: Filling defect suggestive of thrombus in the Inferior Vena Cava with superior extent just proximal to the confluence of renal veins and inferiorly extending to the common Femoral vein and deep veins of the thigh on right side..
Peripheral Vascular Color Doppler Report: The Common Femoral, Superficial Femoral, Popliteal vein appear distended, non-compressible with an echogenic thrombus seen in their lumen. No intra-luminal flow seen. This thrombus is extending into the iliac vein and Inferior vena Cava extending almost upto the infra-hepatic level. Distally the Thrombus is seen extending into the posterior tibial veins upto the mid calf. Extension is also seen into the Saphenofemoral and Sapheno-popliteal junction and into the proximal part of the great and short saphenous vein. Intra-luminal flow seen in the posterior tibial veins at the ankle. Subcutaneous edema seen over calf and foot. IMPRESSION: Thrombus extending from the posterior tibial veins upto the inferior vena cava.
CT Chest Angiogram Report: Multiple thrombi in 2nd and 3rd order branches of left upper lobe pulmonary artery and bilateral lower lobe descending pulmonary arteries. Mosaic attenuation of bilateral lungs (due to Thrombo-embolism).
     
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient during followup, after the I.V.C. filter placement.
An I.V.C. Filter (Inferior vena cava Filter) placement decreases the risk of future Pulmonary Embolism.


22. Saved after severe C.O.P.D. (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) Exacerbation with BP of 180/110 mmHg, Pulse of 118 beats/min and TLC of 19,000 per cubic mm.
Arterial Blood Gas (ABG) before treatment showing Ph = 7.09, PCo2 = 102 mmHg, HCo3 = 22, Po2 = 94 mmHg , So2 = 92%.
Arterial Blood Gas (ABG) after treatment showing Ph = 7.42, PCo2 = 40 mmHg, HCo3 = 25, Po2 = 63mmHg, So2 = 92%.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.

23. Successfully operated for Typhoid Perforation.
Gas under the diaphragm seen in the Chest Xray.
Dr T R Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.


24. Saved after a stab injury in the abdomen (Left Upper Quadrant) by 10 inches long sharp knife, patient had a through and through perforation of the transverse colon, the mesentry and reaching upto posterior abdominal wall. There was massive haemoperitoneum and gas under the diaphragm.
Gas under the diaphragm seen in the Chest Xray.
Dr T R Madaan with the patient after successful surgery.


25. Saved after a massive Heart Attack (Anterio-Lateral Wall Myocardial Infarction). The patient presented with severe chest pain and sweating.
ECG before Thrombolysis with Streptokinase.

ECG after Thrombolysis with Streptokinase.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.


26. Treated  for hypertensive Hemorrhagic Stroke (caused by the rupture of a blood vessel in the brain) with Subarachnoid Hemorrhage. The patient presented with right sided weakness, severe headache and High Blood Pressure of 170/110 mmHg.
CT Scan Report: Hyperdense Haematoma is seen in the left Temporal-Parietal Lobes with Subarachnoid haemorrhage in the Basal Cisterns, Slylvian fissures and Sulcal system over the left Temporal-Parietal lobes.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.


27. Saved after a massive Heart Attack (Anterior Wall Myocardial Infarction), Gastrointestinal bleed, Acute Renal Failure (requiring dialysis) and C.O.P.D. (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) Exacerbation.
 Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.


28. Treated for Ischemic Stroke with right sided hemiplegia, High blood sugar of 305 mg/dl and High Blood Pressure of 190/110 mmHg.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.


29. Successfully treated for Diabetic Ketoacidosis. Presented with nausea, vomiting, altered sensorium and a blood sugar of 585 mg/dl with more than 160 mg/dl of ketone bodies in the urine and an Anion gap of > 12.
Measurement of Ketone bodies in the urine.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.


30. Successfully treated for Hyperosmolar Hyperglycemic Nonketotic Syndrome. Presented with fatigue, altered sensorium and a blood sugar > 600 mg/dl with serum osmolarity of 338 mOsm/L and Anion gap of < 12.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.


31. Emergency Caesarean Section successfully performed in a patient with history of 3 previous caesarean sections, with impending uterine scar rupture.
Dr Nidhi S Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.


32. Saved after a massive unilateral Pleural Effusion on the left side of the chest.
Chest Xray showing massive pleural effusion on the left side of the chest.
Chest Xray after treatment.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.


33. Saved after a massive Heart Attack (Inferior Wall Myocardial Infarction). The patient presented with severe chest pain, pulse of 36 beats/ minute and systolic BP of 80 mm Hg only.
Patient's ECG showing bradycardia (Heart rate of less than 60 beats per minute).
Patient's Heart rate and BP were raised to a Heart rate of 90 beats per minute and a BP of 130/80 mm Hg.
ECG before Thrombolysis with Streptokinase.
ECG after Thrombolysis with Streptokinase.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.



34. Saved after a Strangulated Inguinal Hernia.
Dr T R Madaan with the patient after a successful strangulated hernia surgery.

35. Saved after Hyperkalemia (Potassium level of 8.4 mmol/L).
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.



36. Successfully operated for Pseudopancreatic Cyst.
Dr T R Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.


37. Saved after severe C.O.P.D. (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) Exacerbation with Arterial Blood Gas (ABG) showing Ph = 7.18, PCo2 = 116, HCo3 = 41, Po2 = 71, So2 = 86%.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.


38. Rare Ovarian Ectopic Pregnancy managed successfully.
An ectopic pregnancy is an abnormal pregnancy that occurs outside the womb (uterus). The baby (fetus) cannot survive, and often does not develop at all in this type of pregnancy.
Dr Nidhi S Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.



39. Treated for C.H.F. (Congestive Heart Failure), Pulmonary edema, Acute Anterior Wall Myocardial Infaction (Heart attack), B.P. of 200/130 mmHg, Blood sugar of 375 mg/dl.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.



40. Removal of Gallbladder (Cholecystectomy) with large faceted Gallstones.
Dr T R Madaan with the patient after a successful cholecystectomy.
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41. Treated successfully for severe Septic Shock (Pneumonia) with a systolic B.P. of 70 mm/Hg.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.



42. Recovered from O.A.D. (Occlusive Arterial Disease) of the right leg, with dilated cardiomyopathy and an ejection fraction of only 25%.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.



43. Saved after a traumatic rupture of Liver into 4 pieces.
Dr T R Madaan with the patient after a successful Liver repair surgery.


44. Treated for P.E. (Pulmonary Embolism) of the right lung and D.V.T. (Deep Venous Thrombosis) of the left leg.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.



45. Removal of large irregular Kidney Stones (Staghorn Stones).
Dr T R Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.
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46. Saved after Cobra Snake bite Poisoning.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.


47. Saved after Endosulfan (Organochlorine) Poisoning.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.



48. Saved after Celphos (Aluminium Phosphide) Poisoning.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.


49. Saved after Ammonia Poisoning.
Ammonium hydroxide is a colorless liquid chemical solution that forms ammonia, when it dissolves in water.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.



50. Saved after Copper Sulphate Poisoning.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.


51. Saved after Carboxin 75% WP Vitavax (Systemic Fungicide) Poisoning.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.



52. Saved after Sulfosulfuron 75% WG (Sultop) + Surfactant (Sultop mix) + Metsulfuron methyl 20% WP (Atgrip Special) Weedicide Poisoning.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.



53. Saved after a massive A.C.S. ( Acute Coronary Syndrome ) and High Blood Pressure of 220/130 mmHg.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.



54. Treated  for shoulder dislocation.
Dr T R Madaan performing a shoulder reduction.


55. Treated successfully for severe Septic Shock and C.O.P.D. (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) Exacerbation with a systolic B.P. of 60 mm/Hg, Sp O2 of 62% only.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.


56. Treated  for Neurocysticercosis and Epilepsy.


Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.


57. Treated for Septic shock with metabolic acidosis, acute renal failure (Blood Urea = 240 mg/dl and Serum Creatinine = 8.0 mg/dl) and Hepatitis C.
Arterial Blood Gas (ABG) before treatment showing Ph = 7.16, PCo2 = 15 mmHg, HCo3 = 7.7, Po2 = 87 mmHg , So2 = 94%
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.



58. Treated  for bullet injury.
Dr T R Madaan taking out the bullet from the foot.



59. Successfully treated for Acute Liver Failure due to Hepatitis B and Dengue fever leading to low platelet count of only 12000 per litre.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.



60. Successfully treated for Hepatitis C.
Patient was Hepatitis C genotype 2 with a viral load of 3890000 IU / ml.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient after he became Hepatitis C negative (Viral Load < 34 IU / ml).


61. Successfully treated for Hepatitis C.
Patient was Hepatitis C genotype 3 with a viral load of 2888000 IU / ml.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient after he became Hepatitis C negative (Viral Load < 34 IU / ml).


62. Successfully treated for Hepatitis E.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.



63. Thyroid Surgery performed for huge multinodular euthyroid goitre.
Dr T R Madaan with the patient after a successful thyroid surgery.



64. Saved after a massive Heart Attack (Non ST segment elevation Myocardial Infarction with Troponin-I Positive and CPK-MB of 282 U/L).
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.




65. Successfully treated for Dengue, presented with fever, loss of appetite, extreme weakness and also had low platelet count of only 15000 per litre.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.




66. Successfully treated for Cerebral Malaria (Plasmodium Falciparum), presented in a comatose state with high grade fever of 105 *F.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.


67. Successfully treated for Cerebral Malaria (Plasmodium Vivax) and Typhoid, presented in a comatose state with a fever of 101 *F.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.



68. Successfully treated for Dengue, Typhoid and Malaria (Plasmodium Vivax).  Presented with fever, loss of appetite, extreme weakness and also had low platelet count of only 11000 per litre.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.


69. Successfully operated for Appendicitis.
Appendicitis is swelling (inflammation) of the appendix. The appendix is a small pouch attached to the beginning of your large intestine.
Ultrasound Report:
 Appendix is dilated, thick walled and inflammed, it measures 10.7 mm in calibre, adjacent mesentry and base of caecum appear inflamed.
Dr T R Madaan with the patient after a successful appendectomy surgery.

70. Saved after Celphos (Aluminium Phosphide) Poisoning.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.



71. Couple saved after Endosulfan (Organochlorine) Poisoning.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patients at the time of discharge.



72. Couple saved after Pretilachlor 50% EC Poisoning.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patients at the time of discharge.


73. Successfully operated for burst Appendix and gangrenous Meckel's diverticulum with adhesions.
Appendix
Gangrenous Meckel's diverticulum
Dr T R Madaan with the patient after a successful appendectomy, excision of Meckel's Diverticulum & repair, adhenolysis and effective drainage of the peritoneal cavity.



74. Treated for C.H.F. (Congestive Heart Failure), Pulmonary edema, Acute Anterior Wall Myocardial Infaction (Heart attack). Patient presented with complains of breathlessness for 24 hours and was tested to be Troponin-I Positive.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.




75. Reconstructive surgery of the foot done after an accident which led to amputation at mid foot (badly crushed).
Dr T R Madaan with the patient after a successful foot reconstructive surgery.



76. Saved after severe traumatic brain injury with skull fracture and Sp O2 of 69% only.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.




77. Saved after Anaphylactic shock with severe bronchospasm.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.





78. Saved after a massive Heart Attack (Non ST segment elevation Myocardial Infarction with Troponin-I Positive and CPK-MB of 180 U/L).
Patient's ECG before starting the treatment.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.

Patient's ECG after treatment.




79. Successfully treated for bacterial meningitis. Presented with sudden onset of high fever of 104*F, headache, altered sensorium and neck rigidity.
  
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.


80. Successfully operated for Mixed Parotid Tumor.
Mixed Parotid Tumor.
Dr T R Madaan with the patient after a superfical Extracapsular Parotidectomy.



81. Saved after severe C.O.P.D. (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) Exacerbation with BP of 210/110 mmHg, Pulse of 150 beats/min and TLC of 23,000 per cubic mm.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.



82. Saved after a massive Heart Attack (Inferior Wall Myocardial Infarction) The patient presented with severe chest pain, pulse of 55 beats/ minute and systolic BP of 84 mm Hg only.
Patient's ECG before starting the treatment.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.
Patient's ECG after treatment.



83. Saved after a massive electric shock leading severe burns on the back. The patient presented with seizures and was unresponsive for 24 hours.
Electric shock burns wound after surgical repair by Dr T R Madaan.
Dr T R Madaan and Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.



84. Successfully treated for Unstable Angina.
 
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.


85. Successfully treated for Hypertensive Emergency. The patient presented with severe headache and a B.P. 220/150 mmHg.
Dr Anant Madaan with the patient at the time of discharge.



86. Successfully operated for a large Urinary Bladder stone (2 inches in diameter) with benign enlargement of Prostate (45 gm).
Dr T R Madaan with the patient after Lithotripsy and T.U.R.P.




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