3 children of Mahesh Ashram receives Cochlear Implant
Three children of Mahesh Ashram, known as a home for abandoned kids, received Cochlear Implant at Pacific Medical College and Hospital (PMCH) today by renowned surgeon Dr. J.M Hans.
Three children of Mahesh Ashram, known as a home for abandoned kids, received Cochlear Implant at Pacific Medical College and Hospital (PMCH) today by renowned surgeons. The children aged between 2 to 2 ½ years old had hearing impaired since birth.
The expense of the surgery was completely borne by Rahul Agarwal, chairman of PMCH.
Devendra Agarwal, founder of Maa Bhagwati Vikas Sansthan and Mahesh Ashram informed that, three children Muskan, Aditya and Yashwant were unable to hear since birth. After examining their deformity, Pacific Hospital decided to conduct their surgeries.
There were 6 cochlear implant surgeries conducted today at PMCH. The surgeries are also helpful for more than 60 ENT Surgeons who attended the 2-day International Workshop on Cochlear Implant held at PMCH.
What is Cochlear Implant? Cochlea is a spiral shaped portion in the inner ear. Cochlear Implant is a surgery in which an electronic device is implanted inside the ear which provides hearing sense to the patient.