Wednesday, 23 October 2019

Articles/Features News

  • Diabetes and Hypertension

    Articles/Features |  Views | By Dr Pradeep Gadge | 0 Comment | 18 May, 2019

    Diabetes and hypertension or high blood pressure go hand in hand. Many people with diabetes also have hypertension. Having these conditions together can make them both worse. Many a ti...Read more

  • Suffering from Ulcerative Colitis? Your pregnancy could be complicated!

    Articles/Features |  Views | By Dr Tariq Patel | 0 Comment | 14 May, 2019

    Ulcerative Colitis is an immunologically mediated disease in which the body’s immune system reacts to the inner most lining of the large intestine and Rectum. This happens due to gene...Read more

  • Smoking makes Rheumatoid Arthritis worse

    Articles/Features |  Views | 0 Comment | 13 May, 2019

    Smoking is harmful to your bones, joints and connective tissue as well. No matter what form of arthritis you have, you’ll be doing your joints and yourself a favor by quitting. Smokin...Read more

  • Holium Laser in Urology

    Articles/Features |  Views | By Dr. Ajay Bhandarkar | 0 Comment | 13 May, 2019

    After 5 years of extensive training in Urology, I have been in clinical practice for nearly 25 years. During and after training, we have witnessed many significant changes in the practice o...Read more

  • Understanding lupus better on World Lupus Day

    Articles/Features |  Views | By Dr Chethana Dharmapalaiah | 0 Comment | 10 May, 2019

    Systemic Lupus Erythematosus or lupus is a chronic autoimmune condition. Our immune system goes haywire, produces auto antibodies that cause damage to healthy tissues like skin, joints...Read more

  • All that you need to know about Malaria

    Articles/Features |  Views | By Dr. Abizer Manked | 0 Comment | 09 May, 2019

    Malaria is a known potentially fatal disease that is caused due to a species of parasites, namely Plasmodium parasites. They are transmitted to people via bites by a female anopheles mosqui...Read more

  • Thalassemia and the Mark of Assurance

    Articles/Features |  Views | By Sumit Bagaria | 0 Comment | 07 May, 2019

    The poster from a distance looked predominantly red in colour and stated: “One pint of blood can save up to 3 lives”. Rina shifts her gaze to some finer prints at the bottom of ...Read more

  • On World Asthma Day, experts highlight the importance of asthma

    Articles/Features |  News | 1 Comment | 07 May, 2019

    With the aim to dispel myths and fears regarding asthma and encourage those affected by this condition to live a life without limits, with World Asthma Day, let’s eliminate the stigma...Read more

  • Innovations in Palliative Care: A Respite for Asthma Patients

    Articles/Features |  Features | 0 Comment | 07 May, 2019

    With breathlessness and cough spiking due to deteriorating air quality and rising pollution, airway diseases like asthma are affecting the old and the young cohort alike. In India alone, an...Read more

  • ICRA: Value of M&A deals in hospital sector jumped by 155%

    Articles/Features |  Reports/white papers | 0 Comment | 06 May, 2019

    The hospital sector has witnessed consolidation and a significant jump in M&A transactions, post the stress on performance of the sector due to regulatory restrictions. According to ICR...Read more

  • Nurturing Innovation: Empowering India

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Kalyani Sharma | 0 Comment | 03 May, 2019

    The National Biotechnology Development Strategy 2015-20 which was unveiled in the year 2015 aims to establish India as a world-class bio-manufacturing hub. It intends to launch a major miss...Read more

  • Understanding & managing Chronic Kidney Disease

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Dr. Suresh K. Bhagat | 0 Comment | 02 May, 2019

    The prevalence of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) in India has doubled over the last decade, and over 5 lakh individuals in the country have been diagnosed with the disease. Out of these, only...Read more

  • New hope in the pipeline for autistic individuals

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Papiya Bhattacharya | 0 Comment | 29 Apr, 2019

    Autism is a lifelong disorder without many treatment options that often leads to patients requiring constant care and increased responsibilities for their family members. In the recent year...Read more

  • Modern treatment of patients with Crohns Disease

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Dr Rahul Shah | 0 Comment | 06 Apr, 2019

    Crohn’s Disease (CD) and Ulcerative Colitis (UC), in short CD and UC respectively, belong to a group of chronic inflammatory disorders of the bowel, called Inflammatory Bowel Diseases...Read more

  • Interoperable devices: Golden Opportunity for Smart Health Ecosystem

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Pratheep PS  | 0 Comment | 28 Mar, 2019

    The medical device industry is assured for steady growth, with the global annual sales forecast to rise by over 5% a year and reach nearly US$800 billion by 2030. These projections reflect ...Read more

  • Health Experts commemorate World TB Day

    Articles/Features |  Features | 0 Comment | 25 Mar, 2019

    Dr Vishwanath Bellad, Consultant, Pulmonologist, BGS Gleneagles Global Hospital, Bengaluru on the threat of multi-drug resistant TB, ”Drug resistant TB, a condition in which a person ...Read more

  • Multi-drug resistant tuberculosis- A global health concern

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Dr. Vivekanand Padegal | 0 Comment | 25 Mar, 2019

    Of all communicable diseases, Tuberculosis has remained a difficult challenge to overcome. It is one of the major communicable diseases challenging the health authorities in India and many ...Read more

  • The reality facing sinusitis!

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Dr Dillon Dsouza | 0 Comment | 15 Mar, 2019

    The human skull is like a shell made of thin bones containing cavities. Some of these cavities are occupied by structures like the brain, eyes, ears, nose, while others are air filled space...Read more