Treatment of multiple sclerosis in India Multiple sclerosis treatments are widely offered all across India. A large number of outstanding hospitals in India have various offers of treatment, at an extremely available price.
BigNews.Biz - Jul 10,2010 - Multiple sclerosis treatments are widely offered all across India. A large number of outstanding hospitals in India have various offers of treatment, at an extremely available price.
You might tend to believe that usually prices also determine the quality of services, but thatís just not true in Indiaís case. The price of the treatment in this country, sometimes 30%-60% of the price in a western country, is due to the huge offer of medical services, the increased competition among hospitals that treat multiple sclerosis and the very low costs of services.
Which are the multiple sclerosis treatments available in India?
Being one step ahead the western medical practices, Indian hospitals focus mainly on the liberation treatment, which is the solution for patients suffering from CCSVI problems. CCSVI means a blockage of the jugular veins, which are either malformed or obstructed.
The liberation treatment is an invasive surgical intervention that aims to unblock these arteries and stimulate a normal blood stream from the brain and spine to the heart. The reflux of blood back into the brain and spine is considered to be the main cause for multiple sclerosis, as it leads to brain lesions.
The liberation surgeries can be performed in any of the hospitals approved by the JCI (Joint Commission International) and a short search on the internet can give you a full list of such Indian hospitals. Due to the high number of patients every year, the Indian physicians are extremely experimented in both performing the operation itself and assuring their patients the highest level of comfort and conditions of recovery.
Actually, Indians stress the need of recovery after the medical intervention; therefore Indian hospitals offer a prolonged stay in the hospital so doctors can keep track of any changes which may occur after the surgery. Being an invasive intervention, the patientís body may react after the procedure, and medical surveillance is compulsory at least a few weeks after the liberation procedure was performed.