On a dreadful January day in 2016, I met with a horrible accident. I was pinned between two trucks and passersby realized that I would require advanced emergency support. They wasted no time to rush me to Kamineni Hospitals.
By then I had lost a lot of blood and my condition was deteriorating rapidly. I was under the care of Dr. G. Satyanarayana, a veteran of emergency care with extensive experience in high velocity motor vehicle accidents. They intubated me and resuscitated me to stabilise my blood profile. Further investigations showed the need for an emergency exploratory laparotomy.
Post surgery, Kamineni’s critical care team and surgeons worked day in and day out to monitor and stabilise my condition. Due to the gravity of my injuries, my blood profile was in disarray amidst constant fluctuations of heart rate and blood pressure. Matters got worse when I went into a septic shock and suffered from an acute renal failure.
After 5 cycles of dialysis, I started recovering slowly. Given the extent of my injuries my recovery was achieving the impossible. After 10 days on ventilator, I was extubated carefully.
I now have no health complications and can finally imagine enjoying my retirement to the fullest.