Equiâ€™s services are more attuned towards secondary and tertiary intervention facilitation. Only in cases where primary treatment or diagnostics are not available for a patient in his own country that Equi takes up the case for consideration. Secondary intervention is when your primary care is not sufficient and a more specific expert or entity needs to be consulted for treatment. Tertiary intervention is a higher level of speciality care within a hospital requiring highly specialised equipment and expertise.
Hospitals supporting most advanced specializations are the ones who have a combination of skills, technology, equipment and support eco systems provide tertiary care for very complex treatments and procedures.
Following are specialities which India excels in
- Bariatric Surgery - The specialty of treating obesity with surgery.
- Cardiac Surgery - The specialty of treating heart problems with surgery.
- Cardiothoracic Surgery -The specialty of treating heart, lung and other problems in the chest with surgery.
- Colon & Rectal Surgery - The specialty of treating problems of the small and large intestine, the rectum and anus with surgery
- Endocrinology - The endocrine system (i.e., endocrine glands and hormones) and its diseases, including diabetes and thyroid diseases.
- Gynaecologic Surgery - The specialty of treating problems with the female reproductive system with surgery
- Gastroenterology â€“ The speciality of treating problem of stomach and intestines.
- Hepatology â€“ The speciality of treating problems related to liver, gall bladder, biliary tree and pancreas. This is usually a part of gastroenterology
- Maxillofacial Surgery - The specialty of treating problems of the mouth, jaw, neck and facial bones with surgery.
- Nephrology â€“ The speciality of treating problems of Kidney
- Neurosurgery - The specialty of treating the central nervous system, including the brain and spinal cord, with surgery.
- Obstetrics - The specialty of treating women before, during and after childbirth which may include surgery such as a C-section.
- Oncology: medical and surgical - The specialty of treating cancer.
- Orthopaedic Surgery - The specialty of treating problems of the bones, joints, ligaments and tendons with surgery.
- Otolaryngology (Ear, Nose and Throat, ENT) - The specialty of treating problems of the ears, nose and throat with surgery.
- Paediatric Surgery - The specialty of treating health problems of children with surgery.
- Plastic Surgery: Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgery - The specialty of improving the appearance for cosmetic reasons, or to correct defects for a more appealing appearance.
- Podiatry Surgery (Podiatry) - The specialty of treating problems of the feet with surgery.
- Thoracic Surgery - The specialty of treating problems in the chest cavity, except the heart, with surgery.
- Transplant Surgery - The specialty of replacing failing organs with donated organs with surgery.
- Vascular Surgery - The specialty of treating problems of the blood vessels with surgery.