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  • 1. HEART TO HEART PROJECT ROTARY DISTRICT 3240 THE MISSION HOSPITAL DURGAPUR
  • 2. HOW IT STARTED
    • Sep ‘09: RC Asansole & Imphal
    • 24 Complex open heart surgeries
    • Mr.Ajit Irom
    • Mr.Gaurang Desai
    • Mr. Chaurjit Singh
  • 3. THE SILVER LINING
    • MR.ASHOK AGARWAL, DG
    • MATCHING GRANTS
    • HOPE FOR 50 CHILDREN OTHERWISE DESTINED TO PERISH
  • 4. PROBLEM
    • Congenital heart disease is a serious and common cause of life threatening morbidity amongst children in India.
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    • The statistics are frightening. It is estimated that every year 1,80,000 children are born with heart defects!
    • For every thousand children under the age of 15 years, four have congenital heart disease.
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    • Without treatment
    • Many will die early in life.
    • Some will gradually waste away in suffering.
  • 7. GOOD NEWS
    • Most of these children can be treated, usually with surgery,
    • Add many decades of productive life
    • Obvious benefit to the child and the family,
    • Potential contribution to society!
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    • India is rapidly becoming an advanced country .
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    • All modalities of modern medical treatment now exist in the country.
    • These advanced facilities are not available to the majority of the population, for reasons of poverty and for logistical reasons of distance to the facilities.
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    • The poor village folk have very little chance of advanced medical care.
    • Heart surgery itself is fairly esoteric and also expensive.
    • Children’s heart surgery even more so.
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    • In the west paediatric cardiac surgery is not only a super-speciality but an ultra-super-speciality, done at supra-regional, that is quaternary care centers
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    • At present there are only a handful of centres in the country which have the facilities and infrastructure to correctly diagnose, give proper management and ultimately successfully operate on small children with heart defects.
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    • Successful paediatric cardiac care (including surgery) requires expensive equipment, high-grade environment, and of course highly skilled man power
    • The cost of surgery in these hospitals average around $3,000 to $3,500. (compared to $30,000 to $100,000 in USA).
  • 14. FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
    • COST TO HOSPITAL: Rs.1,20,000/-
    • CONTRIBUTION BY RH2H: Rs.70,000/-(inclusive of pre op stay, investigation,medicines, on a closed ended package basis)
    • THE MISSION HOSPITAL takes care of the restt
  • 15. HOPE
  • 16. A WARM HUG ON ARRIVAL
  • 17. A WARM WELCOME
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  • 37. SUPPORT
  • 38. VICTORY
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    • WE HAVE JUST DONE 28 CASES
    • THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING
    • WE NEED TO DO MORE
    • THE SHOW MUST GO ON
  • 40. DR.SRIRUP CHATTERJEE DR.ARUNANGSHU GANGULY DR.SURAJ PRADHAN DR.JAIDEEP TRIVEDI DR.ASHOK PARIDA DR.JOY SANYAL DR.BISWARUP MUKHERJEE DR.ASISH BANGABASH DR.NITYANAND SINHA Ms.SHAYANTI DAS ALL NURSES,PERFUSIONISTS,PARAMEDICAL STAFF BSNL