Tuesday, 19 January 2021

Indira IVF launches tele-consultation services

02 April 2020 | News

IVF specialists will be providing the tele consultation services to the patients

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The covid-19 outbreak has taken over the world and the cases are increasing on the regular basis. The rapidly spreading virus is affecting lots of countries. The hospitals at this time is flooded with patients and the staff is trying the best to contain the disease.

Taking into consideration the current situation, Indira IVF- fertility chain has come up with tele-consultation services for its patients. The main aim behind this concept is to reduce the number of patients to visit hospitals for non-emergency cases. Indira IVF started its services in all 89 centres.

The tele-consultation services can be attained by patients who are already undergoing treatment or the ones to want to seek advice. IVF specialists will be providing the tele consultation services to the patients.

The company has advised the patients not to come to the hospital in case of non-emergency and advised the pregnant patients to keep sufficient medicine in their home required for a pregnant lady. Also, with the help of a helpline contact, patient can reach out to doctors/specialist for further assistance.

Speaking about the instruction given to patient undergone IVF, Nitiz Murdia, Director Embryology, Indira IVF, Said, “For females who have undergone IVF embryo transfer in last few days, we are advising them to quarantine themselves for 14 days and avoid meeting unnecessary people as well as stay indoor and safe”.

Speaking about the new technique, Dr Kshitiz Murdia, CEO Indira IVF said, “Tele-consultation is a very promising platform to connect patients with the Fertility specialist even if a patient is present in a remote location. In the present condition where its advisable to restrict the movement and stay at home, this platform is boon for patients who wish to reach their doctors and take advise”.

Today, most hospitals are restricting the visit of patients hence in the demand of the tele consultation with the doctors in on the peak. Many hospitals/ corporate chains are trying to bring in tele consultation services for the patients where they can consult the doctors easily.

As per the reports, the demand for the tele-consultation has gone up by 30%.

The tele consultation services will be provided across 89 centres in 22 states 70 cities by the team of 200 Fertility specialist.




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