‘His brain popped out still he survived’

Six months after marriage, Vinod Sambre met with a serious accident. Doctors thought that the chances of his survival are less. But, Vinod responded well to the treatment and he is improving now

Accident

  • His brain squeezed out of the skull during the accident
  • There were less chances of his survival
  • He suffered 30 fractures on face
  • His eyes popped out
  • 4 complicated surgeries took place
  • He took treatment for 3 months in the hospital
  • But, he fought like a warrior

Vinod can stand with the help of walker, he can walk and speak. Due to his will power, doctors efforts and family’s support, braveheart  Vinod has fought for his life. Six months after marriage, Vinod met with a serious accident. Doctors thought that the chances of his survival are less.  But, he responded well to the treatment and he is improving now.

As per the information received from the doctors, his skull had broken and had 30 fractures on his face. Dr Rajesh Bhoir who treated Vinod first said, “I was not sure whether we will survive or no.”

Speaking to My Medical Mantra, Dr Rajesh Bhoir said, “Vinod underwent surgery after his accident. Since, his skull was damaged; the layer of the skin was removed and fixed there. Owing to which, the brain injury can heal. He was on ventilator support.  After accident, for some time, he was in coma and didn’t respond to the treatment.”

He added, “During treatment, he suffered from meningitis.  But, the efforts of 3 months succeeded and he could be saved.  In this case, after the accident only 0.1% patients survive. This is miracle for us.”

Dr Dilraj Kadlas, senior Neurosurgeon, Pranayu Hospital said, “It was challenging. But, medical science and Vinod’s luck helped him survive. We operated him sincerely. And we have got the expected results. We are happy.”

Spekaing to My Medical Mantra, Bhagwn Sambre said, “Doctor said that Vinod’s survival chances are 0.1%. We trusted the doctors and keep going with the treatment. Today, Vinod is alive due to doctors’ efforts.”

Dr Pravin Survashe, a Neurosurgeon from Pune said, “I have seen many cases where during accident the part of the brain pops out. In such cases, it is very difficult to perform a surgery. The left part of brain is very important. In such case, where the brain has popped out, we have to cut the right side and perform the surgery.”