Where is the hospital located?
Bp Poddar Hospital And Medical Research Ltd
Address: 71/1, Humayun Kabir Sarani Block-G New Alipore Kolkata, Kolkata, West Bengal – 700053
What is the admission procedure?
The process of entry is very short and “clear.” Consultancy is not compulsory for any doctor. However, if such advice remains, at the time of admission, the patient’s families or friends should bear the same advice. After an initial review from our emergency medical officer, all patients are admitted to the Emergency Room. The relative / escort of the patient then signs the Consent Form to be admitted, while the medical attention needed is given to the patient.
What is the hospital’s payment method?
Payment options are limited to cash / credit card / debit cards.
Have you got the cashless care facility?
Yes, the Cashless Care Benefit facility is subject to the Letter of Procurement provided to B.P Poddar Hospital by the TPA concerned.
Is any discount available?
The respected Members of our Privilege Card are entitled to a certain proportion of the Bed Costs, OPD inquiries, drugs etc. and concessions for senior citizenship cards.
What’s the amount of the deposit money?
It completely depends on the nature of the surgery or operation. Please call the +91-8585035850Â Dy. Manager Front Office for daily operating hours to obtain estimation.
What does Dialysis mean?
Dialysis is a medicinal procedure in which the blood of a person with damaged kidneys are drained into an artificial kidney where the waste toxins gets filtered then the purified blood is drained back to the patient vein. We have both outpatient & In-patient dialysis facilities.
What’s a Bypass Surgery?
Plaques (a build-up of platelet, cholesterol and other substances) often clog the arteries which supply blood to your heart muscles. This delays the flow of blood into your heart arteries or interrupts them periodically, contributing to heart or chest pain. Heart Bypass Procedure is a form of surgical procedure that creates a â€˜bypassâ€™ path for blood supply through the clogged arteries, to increase the blood flow & oxygen to the distal part of the heart.
What is angiography?
Angiography is a blood vessel X-Ray test to see the patency of the ‘arteries.’ A type of dye is injected known as “contrast” in order to make the arteries visible on X-Ray. The arterial system, normally the area of the groin where your artery is close to the skin and can be squeezed against the hip bone positioned right behind it when appropriate, is supplied with a thin, sterile flexible tube called ‘catheter.’ Other fields are also used, such as the radial weapons. In the blood vessels, contrasts are then injected and X-ray images are collected. For better efficiency, we usually performed by radial-approach.
A small balloon is used to return circulation to the heart by reopening blocked or compressed arterials by ‘plaques.’ The cardiologist punctures a blood artery in the groin or wrist and then implants a short, thin tube known as a catheter, which is taken to the heart during the angioplasty operation. A balloon is tied to the bottom of the catheter to enlarge the artery. A permanent stent is often used before the balloon catheter is withdrawn to hold the artery intact.