Liver is an important organ in the body. When its function is impaired, most other organs of the body get affected badly. In such cases, the only option is liver transplantation.
It is a scary decision to undergo a medical treatment or procedure in a foreign country. As your medical advocates, we have done extensive research, have conducted meetings with medical providers and have personally visited facilities. We know the doctors and medical staff who will be performing your medical procedures. We are privileged to present the best options available to you in India.
India’s best hospitals are fully equipped to treat a wide range of liver disorders, biliary tract, pancreas, and upper and lower gastrointestinal tracts. They have international standard critical care units for patients with acute liver failures and end-stage liver disease. The CASR divisions at top hospitals comprise of Liver Transplant and Regenerative Medicine, Hepato-biliary and Pancreatic Surgery, Critical care for liver, Upper and lower Gastrointestinal surgery and minimal access and advance laparoscopic.
India has attracted patients from across the world for its comprehensive liver transplant programs, high success rates, and excellent pre-op care for patients and donors. The medically advanced infrastructures and ICUs, low cost of treatment attract patients from across the globe. India has the finest of medical teams with track record in liver transplantation. These include Surgeons, Transplant Hepatologists, Gastroenterologists, Anaesthesia and Critical Care Intensivists, Interventional Radiologists, and well qualified and trained technical and nursing personnel.
With transparent answers to your questions, we remove the uncertainty of choosing to travel to India for medical treatment. Our contracts and processes are easy to understand. You stand to benefit from our experience in facilitating the best and affordable medical care.
Medi Bridge India facilitates treatment of liver disorders, by connecting you to the best medical teams in India.
India’s global recognition in liver transplantation is commemorated by release of a postage stamp on liver transplant. This release marks the progress and achievement by the Indian medical fraternity of Liver transplantation since the year 1998.