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Helios Emil von Behring

Berlin, Germany

2000

Founded

196

Doctors

507

Beds

732

Medical staff

Languages Spoken

  • Deutsch

Top Specialties

  • Laparoscopic Surgery

  • Blood disease

  • Limb reconstruction

  • Video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (VATS)

  • Colorectal cancer

  • Aesthetic hand surgery

  • Lung cancer

  • Breast Surgery

  • Neuroendocrine tumors

  • Cerebral palsy

Contact Information

Walterhöferstraße 11, 14165 Berlin, Germany

About

Situated in the southwest region of Berlin, Germany, the Helios Emil von Behring Hospital serves as one of the best places for getting specialized care treatment from the most qualified personnelles. This hospital also serves as an academic teaching institution of the Charité. It was founded as a result of a merger of three popular specialist clinics in Germany: Heckeshorn Lung Clinic, Oskar-Helene-Heim, and Behring Hospital. The merger led to the establishment of a new medical care center "Helios Emil von Behring Hospital" which was bigger and better at providing treatment to children as well as adults. Based on the foundation of three popular hospitals, the Helios Emil von Behring Hospital now works to provide all the services under a single banner. It serves as a major healing care unit for disabled adolescents. It is well-known for tuberculosis treatment and also serves as a Clinic for Pneumology. The Helios Emil von Behring Hospital majorly treats lung cancers and offers high-quality health services in carrying out various surgical procedures such as Joint and Spinal surgeries. Patients may also visit the hospital for numerous other conditions such as respiratory problems, breathing disorders, infectious diseases, and thoracic complaints. ACCREDITATIONS OF HELIOS EMIL VON BEHRING HOSPITAL The Helios Emil von Behring Hospital has been approved and accredited by several boards of directors and official medical associations including: • IQ - Initiative Qualitats Medizin • German Cancer Society - Deutsche Krebsgesellschaft • DDG Deutsche Diabetes Gesellschaft • Baylor College of Medicine • Health-made in Germany • BundesA'R'ZTekammer • American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine SPECIALIZED FACILITIES AT HELIOS EMIL VON BEHRING • The Helios Emil von Behring Hospital is treating more medical conditions than ever because of its top-rated facilities that include a total of 15 medical departments and 7 certified medical centers. • This hospital also has 2 major cardiac catheterization laboratories. • It has 1 state-of-the-art rescue center and 1 clinic working for intensive care medicines. • With its comfort board Berlin-Zehlendorf and 15-day patient-treating facility, this hospital manages 25,000 inpatients and 55,000 outpatients on an annual basis. • Also, a total of about 30,000 patients per year are treated with emergencies in the 24/7 working rescue center. • Moreover, as recorded in 2019, this hospital was observed to treat 325 international patients as well. TOP MEDICAL SPECIALITIES PROVIDED BY HELIOS EMIL VON BEHRING HOSPITAL • LUNGS AND COLORECTAL CANCERS Talking about the deadliest of all diseases, cancer is one of the topmost threats to human life. More specifically, lung cancer accounts for the major number of deaths caused by cancer worldwide while colorectal cancer ranks second in the cancer deaths ratio. The causes of cancer being still unknown, genetics and extended exposure to UV Radiation is still thought to be the major reason. Common lung cancer symptoms may include blood in coughing, shortness of breath, inability to suppress cough, and chest pain. While colorectal cancer symptoms are more related to stomach problems like diarrhea, constipation, abdominal pain, blood in fecal material, or anemia. For the treatment of cancers, the Helios Emil von Behring Hospital offers radiation therapy, chemotherapy, immunotherapy, ablation, and surgical treatment procedures. While palliative care is also given to reduce the symptoms. For colorectal cancer, targeted therapy and insertion of colostomy bags are done while for lung cancer, screening, targeted therapy, minimally invasive surgery, and VATS are used for treatment. • LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY Laparoscopic surgery involves abdominal procedures that are done without making any larger incisions inside the stomach or pelvis region. Due to the characteristic small incision, it is also called keyhole surgery. Some specific instruments are used in laparoscopic surgery that is available at the Helios Emil von Behring Hospital During this minimally invasive surgery, a laparoscope is used which consists of a small tube provided with a torch and a camera. This goes inside the body to capture images of the insides of the body that are portrayed on a monitor screen for studying. Laparoscopic surgery is a modern technology that helps to treat medical conditions without causing any extra damage to the body of the patient. It helps to reduce pain and scarring. The recovery is faster and patients lose less blood as compared to other open surgeries. • LIMB RECONSTRUCTION AND AESTHETIC HAND SURGERY Limb reconstruction is a way of treating different kinds of limb deformities using special orthopedic surgeries. It may be done to correct a genetic limb length or to treat a traumatic limb deformity. This surgery includes correction by internal frame fixation done by plating or nailing, and then external fixation done by using Ilizarov or Monotube frames. As for aesthetic hand surgeries, they're done for the sole purpose of beautification and correction to raise one's hand standards to the level of perfection. Patients who request Aesthetic Hand Surgery are briefed about the procedure in advance to avoid any confusion. Other reasons to perform limb reconstruction surgery can be osteomyelitis, bone tumors, and congenital deformities. The treatment process involves osteotomy done by special orthopedic surgeons at Helios Emil von Behring Hospital. The surgery consists of two phases, one for internal fixation and the second for external fixation. • CEREBRAL PALSY Cerebral palsy is a severe genetic deformity condition of the human body that involves involuntary muscle movement and lack of coordination. It is characterized by disturbed senses of vision, hearing, and improper interpretation of other sensations. The disorder results in motor disabilities in children when they're born. Cerebral Palsy is majorly caused by abnormal development of the central nervous system. A severe injury or trauma may also lead to cerebral palsy. Severe damage to the parts of the brain that are responsible for body movement, coordination, and posture can lead to permanent loss of senses. The treatment of cerebral palsy involves using assistive aids as an initial therapy that goes on to medications. If not managed, the patient is recommended to have surgery. Some anticonvulsant drugs and muscle relaxants are used to control symptoms. With the help of orthopedic surgery, pain is relieved and mobility can be achieved while Selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR) is used as a last resort to get rid of chronic pain by cutting down the causative nerve signaling.

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Treatment

  • Laparoscopic cholecystectomy

  • Laparoscopic liver resection

  • Laparoscopic fundoplication

  • Immunotherapy

  • Gene therapy

  • Chemotherapy

  • Limb reconstruction

  • VATS thymectomy

  • VATS lobectomy

  • Sigmoid colectomy

  • Right hemicolectomy

  • Polypectomy

  • Polydactyly (presence of more than five fingers)

  • Breast augmentation

Treatment

  • Bone marrow test

  • X-ray

  • Biopsy

  • Blood test

  • Sputum cytology

  • Bronchoscopy