A brain pacemaker has been embedded in two female patients to treat constant epilepsy without precedent for Pakistan.
Dr. Asif Bashir, the Professor, and Head Neurosurgery Unit PGMI/Ameer-ud-Din Medical College, Punjab Institute of Neurosciences (PINS) Lahore General Hospital and the proprietor of the Bashir NeuroSpine Institute (BNI) presented this therapy in Pakistan which includes embedding Vagus Nerve Stimulators (VNS) inside the body and did the medical procedure for it on two patients.
One of the patients, called persistent Maryum, is seven years of age and hails from Peshawar, and the other patient is 18-year old Aneesha Naresha from Karachi. Both were experiencing drug-safe or stubborn epilepsy, for which they were dealt with and afterward released from the emergency clinic two or three hours.
The Spanish trained professional, Dr. Bashir, commented that these medical procedures have been acted in the United States of America throughout the previous twenty years. He added that the public authority needs to abrogate the obligation on careful instruments to make the strategy reasonable and much of the time performable in Pakistan.