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ISRO Employee thanks Shalby for Saving Wife from Rare Disease

Mrs. Devikaben Panchal, wife of ISRO employee was suffering from a rare disease called Rhabdomyolysis, that has fewer than 1 million cases per year in India. It is a fatal medical condition that can result in permanent disability. The condition can damage the heart and kidneys and cause permanent disability or even death.

It was the first ever case reported at Shalby Hospitals and was treated at Krishna Shalby Hospital in Ahmedabad. The couple thanks the team at Krishna Shalby Hospital that includes, Dr. Hetal Parikh – Neurologist, Dr. Ankit Chhelani – MD Medicine Physician & Dr. Mayank Shah – Nephrologist, the staff & Emergency services of Krishna Shalby Hospital for their dedicated care that brought her back to her normal healthy state.

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