Patient Recites ‘Hanuman Chalisa’ During Brain Surgery


A patient in Rajasthan’s Jaipur continued reciting Hanuman Chalisa for quite a long time while specialists worked upon him to expel a tumor from his mind. The 30-year-elderly person was experiencing epilepsy seizures.

According to the media reports, Hulasmal Jangir, a PC bookkeeper from Bikaner was at first hesitant when medical specialists educated him to stay alert in the task theatre with the goal that they can lead cerebrum medical procedure as they asserted that it was the main way his discourse would stay unaffected, revealed news office ANI

It is one of the initial few announced cases in Rajasthan, in which a “Wakeful Craniotomy” or “Conscious Brain Surgery” has been effectively performed.

The activity was performed in Narayana Multispeciality Hospital by a neurosurgery group driven by Dr KK Bansal. “There were seven to eight specialists in the group and the patient was released on the third day,” he further said.

Conversing with ANI Dr Bansal said there was a colossal hazard in directing the medical procedure and in this manner an extraordinary sort of medical procedure called conscious mind medical procedure was performed to expel tumors that are found near zones that control vision, discourse and body developments.

Bansal further referenced that the patient was perusing Hanuman Chalisa amid the medical procedure as he was an aficionado of the Lord Hanuman and trusted that discussing shlokas from the heavenly book would give him more quality. The medical procedure occurred on November 14 at Narayana Multispeciality Hospital.


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