Angio-plastic surgery on the coronary arteries

Angio-plastic surgery on the coronary arteries A Myocardial Infarction is always an impending threat to people from a “high risk” group but when this happens to a vibrant and healthy young person it is both devastating and life threatening.

Such was the case in a young father of two from Kazan in Russia. After his hospitalization Daniel started to investigate his options for angio-plastic surgery on his coronary arteries. His options were numerous but he decided to place his life in the hands of the iMER company.

Julia Ovadia, a case manager at the firm organized a medical plan at the “Hadassah” Medical Center in Jerusalem. The plan included consultation with Professor Danneberg, one of the world’s leading cardio-surgeons, a Stress Echocardiography (Cardiac Echo Sonography). The medical material indicated a real possibility of stent insertion. Yulia worked within the financial realities of the family and she found them living accommodations that offered them all of the comforts of home.
The Russian doctors had told Daniel that he would need four stents but thank G-D the Hadassah doctors together with Professor Dannenberg discovered that he would only require one.Daniel was hospitalized for only two days and afterwards he and his family took advantage of the opportunity to recuperate at the Israeli seaside.
This is the letter that his wife sent to iMER:

Thanks so much to the iMER team for the efficient job done in organizing my husband’s treatment. I appreciate your attention and the choices that you made to give my husband the finest medical care and the best doctor, Professor Dannenberg.
Thank you to Luba Popovski and a mammoth thank you to Julia Ovadia who has become our bridge between life and death and who gave us a ray of hope.
Let the Almighty give you only the best and much health,
Best regards, Helena G.
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Patients’ Stories

This letter is from the son of a Russian patient who suffered from a spleen aneurism. It was suggested that surgery needed to be performed with an imminent danger of sacrificing vital internal organs. Thanks to the advise of specialists at the Hadassah University Medical Center from Jerusalem, Israel, in January 2010, the patient underwent a procedure of an embolization of the spleen aneurysm. The embolization erased the threat of a rupture of the splenic artery. In Dec. 2009, my mother who lives in Volgodonsk