Thursday, 12 December 2019

Blogs News

  • Impact of Ultrasound in Cardiology applications

    Blogs |  Features | By M Brahadeesh | 0 Comment | 29 Sep, 2018

    Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) have become one of the leading causes of mortality in India. Nearly 10 percent of urban adult population and 5 percent of rural adult population suffer from s...Read more

  • Building the crux of the modern-day healthcare relationship

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr Rahul Pandit | 1 Comment | 21 Sep, 2018

    The sacrosanct relationship between the doctor and the patient perhaps is at a tipping point. The paternalistic medicine has ceased to exist. Doctors playing the role of a medical advisor a...Read more

  • Laser management for enlarged prostate and stone disease

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr. Prasanna Venkatesh, Dr. Maneesh Sinha | 0 Comment | 19 Sep, 2018

    Urology has seen dramatic changes over the last few years with certain conditions becoming very common with age. The advent of laser in Urology has revolutionized the way in which we treat ...Read more

  • Is Good Cholesterol Really Healthy For Your Heart?

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr. Amit Bhushan Sharma | 0 Comment | 18 Sep, 2018

    Cholesterol! Though a fairly commonly used term, people often see it as an illness. ‘He can’t eat mutton /Butter as he has cholesterol, is a classic example. Other spectrum is n...Read more

  • Medical insurance for infertility treatment: the first step towards Empathy

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr Duru Shah | 0 Comment | 10 Sep, 2018

    Infertility is fast becoming a huge concern in India. With 30 million infertile couples currently, it is estimated that in the year 2020, 2,50,000 IVF cycles will be performed in the countr...Read more

  • How Late is too late to be a mother?

    Blogs |  News | By Dr Rajni Khajuria | 1 Comment | 20 Aug, 2018

    As issues like gender equality take a centre stage and we have more women leading businesses or important roles within an organization, starting a family takes a back seat. Women are often ...Read more

  • Illuminations: The shadowy world of Radiology

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr. Rajat Bhargava | 0 Comment | 13 Aug, 2018

    It was seemingly a routine day for me in my Radiology department with several scans piled up for reporting. But my flow was being regularly interrupted with a stream of clinical colleagues ...Read more

  • Breastfeeding- The Myths & Facts!

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr. Mayur Dass | 0 Comment | 02 Aug, 2018

    With the theme of Breast feeding week 2018 – “Foundation of life”, everyone knows that breast feeding is a precious God's gift to mother but its always a big challenge for...Read more

  • Deep Venous Thrombosis- A devil in the dark

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr Bheem Sangars  | 0 Comment | 03 Jul, 2018

    Human body has two types of blood channels. Arteries are the blood channels which take oxygenated blood from heart to different body parts and Veins take the used, deoxygenated blood back f...Read more

  • Blood quality & safety concern

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr. Ashish Tewari | 1 Comment | 25 Jun, 2018

    Around the world, patients are in need of blood and blood components, which may be used for life saving measures as in trauma, complications of pregnancy or for transfusion support for trea...Read more

  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome- An emerging disease

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr. Duru Shah | 1 Comment | 25 Jun, 2018

    PCOS is a gynecological hormonal disorder, which affects 8-10% of women in their reproductive age.  It affects women of all ages, from puberty to menopause. The presenting complaints m...Read more

  • Strengthen your aging bones!

    Blogs |  News | By Dr. Gowri Kulkarni, Heads of Operations, DocsApp | 0 Comment | 21 Jun, 2018

    According to a new study by researchers in the University of Missouri-Columbia, certain types of exercises significantly contributed to improve bone-density in middle-aged men with a low bo...Read more

  • The Science Behind The Practice

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr Altamash Shaikh | 1 Comment | 04 Jun, 2018

    Across the world, interesting discussions have taken place in the last five years that concern what one would categorize as part of our lifestyle. Moreover, the discussion has been driven n...Read more

  • Safe Blood Transfusion For Thalassemics

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr. Mohit Chowdhry | 3 Comment | 15 May, 2018

    Thalassemia is a hereditary haemolytic anaemia characterized by the deficient synthesis of one or more globin chains in the haemoglobin. Beta thalassemia major, also called Cooley's anaemia...Read more

  • A serious condition called Snoring

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr Dillon Dsouza  | 0 Comment | 24 Apr, 2018

    Snoring is a condition where something in the nose, mouth, throat or lungs blocks breathing while sleeping producing a soft or loud and unpleasant sound. It is a sign or first alarm of OSA ...Read more

  • Challenges & Opportunities of Blood Screening

    Blogs |  Features | By Sumit Bagaria | 2 Comment | 18 Apr, 2018

    A 10-year-old girl suffering from blood cancer, who had tested positive for HIV allegedly after getting a transfusion of infected blood in Kerala, died recently. P...Read more

  • The Trending Critical Care

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr. Yatin Mehta | 1 Comment | 12 Apr, 2018

    Intensive care medicine, also referred as 'critical care medicine' is a speciality concerned with management of critically ill patients who are at-risk, or have developed potentially life t...Read more

  • The Agony of Endometriosis

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr Duru Shah | 1 Comment | 10 Apr, 2018

    The most severe painful periods in women occur due to a condition called “Endometriosis”. Though it is a benign condition, it can behave like a cancer! It spreads its tentacles ...Read more