2 years after heart transplant, Mumbai student bags 74.1% | India News – Times of India

MUMBAI: Devendra Dubey — who underwent a coronary heart transplant in 2021 — scored 74.1% in his HSC arts examination. Regardless of battling cardiac failure and dropping his state-level boxer brother, Gajendra, to the same situation just a few years in the past, Dubey sailed by his board exams.
Dubey was identified with the situation in December 2020 when he was 15 . Throughout the second wave of the pandemic, he was admitted to Fortis Hospital. On January 21, 2021, he discovered a coronary heart donor at 6pm and after eight hours of standards checks, was taken to the operation theater at 2am the subsequent day.
Although Dubey, a pupil of Bhavan’s School in Andheri, is at present fighting a situation known as foot drop which makes it troublesome for him to function each his legs concurrently, it didn’t cease him from serving the NSS (Nationwide Service Scheme) group of his school or take his board exams as a daily pupil. “I wouldn’t be alive if it weren’t for my mother and father’ unconditional help, the guts donor and God’s grace,” stated Dubey who aspires to review BMS.

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