I was woken up by a sponge bath and i was rolled over and that hurt my body was soar and felt differnt then the night before. I got to see my wife thru the window and then about 2 hours later they moved her to ward. So i did not see her for the rest of the day. But i heard she was in pain and had a lot of gasses. But she was with alot of support up stairs because one of her best friends from Sri Lanka came to help her out and our good friend from Sabah maria sent her Mom to help and my mom was there so it was great to see so many people help my wife thanks guys for all the support.
I recieved another blood transfusion today and i tried to walk but they did not let me. My bosse came to see me and iwas great to see them support me. also some friends from brunei and penang came bye so it was great. I watched TV and just kept thinking positive to get out of ICU. I wanted to support my wife i heard she was very week but she was put to walk today so she is moving along.
The doctor told me that i asked alot about my wife and that most patients don’t ask about the donor I WAS Shocked!
The 2 doctors that did thhis procedure on me where great they gave me alot of info and answered all my questions
A/Professor Mohan Rao BSc, MS, MCh, FACS, FRACS The first trainee in renal transplantation surgery at Queen Elizabeth Hospital (1968 to 1971) trained by Mr Peter Knight who started the transplant program in Adelaide. Mohan performed his first kidney transplant in India and played a key role in establishing renal transplantation now widely available across India, receiving a ‘Life Time Achievement Award’ from the Indian Society of Organ Transplantation 1997.
After rejoining QEH transplant team in 1976 the live donor program commenced at the QEH which now achieves eventy to ninety donor transplants performed annually, with one third from live donors. As an experienced innovative surgeon he provided ‘in-house’ service, keeping graft loss from surgical complications minimal. Mohan provides services to Women and Children’s Hospital and most paediatric transplants.
Mohan’s innovative procedures reducde post-operative morbidity, with faster recovery. His most significant contribution was the development of keyhole surgery to remove kidneys, first performed in 1997 at the QEH (14 months after first USA procedure). It has significantly reduced length of stay after surgery with some patients home within 24 hours. Mohan also helped teams throughout Australia, India, Malaysia and China by leading workshops, lecturing etc and trained surgeons here and globally.
My Kidney doctor he is great awesome
Datuk Dr. Tan Si Yen
Consultant Nephrologist & Internal Medicine
Location Urology, Nephrology & Men’s Health Level 2
Languages spoken English
Certified in –
Datuk Dr. Si Yen´s
Positions held in PCMC
Post Graduate Clinical Training
FRCP (Edinburgh), MD (Edinburgh), FASN ( USA), FAMM (Malaysia)
Academy of Medicine Malaysia
Malaysian Society of Transplantation
Malaysian Society of Nephrology
American Society of Nephrology
International Society of Nephrology
European Dialysis and Transplantation Association
Renal Association UK
Medical Research Society UK
Panglima Setia DiRaja (PSD) by the King of Malaysia in June 2010.
First Malaysian to be awarded Fellowship of the American Society of Nephrology in 2006.
Fellow of the Royal College of Physician in 2006.
Fullbright Scholarships and Visiting Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School in 2002.
Professor of Medicine in 2001 awarded by University Malaya Medical Centre.
Baxter Asia Young Investigator’s Award 1998.
Tun Abdul Razak Award from The Academy of Medicine in 1997.
International Society of Nephrology Travelling Fellowship in 1995.