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Kohinoor Hospital Saves Life of a Woman Suffering from Head Injury in A Fatal Accident

 ~ The accident victim underwent 11 surgeries over 5 years, at Kohinoor Hospital to get back on track~


Now she is performing Bharatanatyam after 5 years of Successful treatment


~ People with traumatic brain injuries can resume their daily routine with prompt treatment~


Mumbai: A team headed by Dr Vishwanathan Iyer, Neurosurgeon at Kohinoor Hospital, performed a craniotomy on a 24-year-old woman who met with a fatal road accident. She had suffered serious brain injury and slipped into a coma and was on the ventilator for 45 days. For 5 years, she underwent over 11 surgeries at the hospital. After 5 years, she resumed her daily routine and also continued her passion for Bharatanatyam.


A 24-year-old Nirmohi Anil is a College Student.  Her life was smooth until March 2015 when the ghastly accident changed her life. Nirmohi was going to a restaurant when she met with a road accident at Kalina near her house. She was taken to a local nursing home after the accident for initial first aid care and was later shifted to Kohinoor Hospital as she became critical.


Dr Vishwanathan Iyer, Neurosurgeon at Kohinoor Hospital said, “On arrival, she was unconscious and went into a coma. Her family was shocked to know about her injury. We performed surgery to remove the clots and bone in both the sides of skull. Over years, she underwent 11 different surgeries to replace the bone flap and to treat water accumulation in the brain. She had been advised to take speech therapy and physiotherapy. Now, the patient is fine and Started her Daily Routine Activities".


People often have a misconception that patients with a traumatic brain injury cannot lead a normal life but it is not at all true. “If a person meets with an accident then it is essential to give him the first aid at right time within 1-2 hours. One with a brain injury will take time to deal with it. But, remember one will need the family’s support during the course of the treatment,” said Dr Iyer.  





“We were petrified and we broke down after the news of Nirmohi’s accident. But we were determined to do what it takes to save her life. We are happy that our daughter received proper treatment over 5 years at Kohinoor Hospital and now she will be able to live a normal life like others. My daughter is brave and never gives up. She was able to deal with the injury due to her willpower. She is back at home and has started doing Bharatanatyam like earlier. I thank the doctors for helping her live the way she wants to,” concluded Nirmohi’s Mother  Swati Anil.


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