Benefits of Cardiac Catheterization: Insights from Our Medical Team

July 5, 2024

Myocardial infarction, or heart attack, is a potentially life-threatening medical condition that must be dealt with immediately to avoid significant consequences or even death. Cardiac catheterization, as a diagnostic and therapeutic measure, is usually advised for patients with symptoms of a heart attack or other heart conditions. The test gives information regarding the condition of


Post-C-Section Recovery: When to Worry About Back Pain

July 1, 2024

Post C-section: After delivering your baby, you’d probably feel elated and overwhelmed holding your little bundle of joy. If you have given birth via cesarean section or C-section, you’re also undergoing recovery from a major abdominal surgery while dealing with postpartum issues, like mood swings, postpartum bleeding, and swollen breasts. Back pain is among the


Tropical Malaria: Early Signs & Effective Treatments

June 26, 2024

Overview Malaria is an infectious disease caused by a parasitic infection that is spread to humans through the bite of infected mosquitos. It is manifested by fever along with chills & rigours. Malaria can be prevented by taking a malaria vaccine and proper precautions to avoid getting bit by a mosquito. Timely malaria tropical disease


Preventing Monsoon Diseases: Tips for a Healthy Rainy Season

June 17, 2024

Monsoon Diseases Overview With its cool weather and soothing showers, the monsoon season provides much-needed respite from the extreme temperatures of summer. However, this season, characterised by heavy rainfall and increased humidity, also brings many health challenges. Infections are more common during this season because the warm, humid climate is ideal for the growth of


The Impact of Acute Respiratory Failure on Lung Health

June 13, 2024

Acute respiratory failure is a serious health condition that makes breathing difficult. It happens when the lungs can’t bring enough oxygen into the blood or eliminate enough carbon dioxide. This can harm organs and requires immediate medical care. It might happen suddenly or through ongoing breathing issues, often called acute and chronic respiratory failure.  What


What is the Most Common Cause of Acute Stroke?

May 31, 2024

When a blood vessel in the brain bursts or the blood flow to a specific part of the brain is suddenly disrupted, this marks the onset of an acute stroke. As a result of this disruption in blood flow, brain cells die due to lack of oxygen and nutrients. Early recognition of stroke is essential


Epilepsy Surgery Types: Treatment, Success Rate, & Cost in India

May 27, 2024

Surgery for epilepsy involves excising a part of the brain where seizures are most common. The best candidates for epilepsy surgery are those whose seizures consistently happen in one area of the brain. If at least two anti-seizure medications have failed to reduce seizures, it may be a possibility. With epilepsy surgery, seizures can be


Whipple Surgery Explained: Purpose, Risks, and Treatment Process

May 24, 2024

Pancreatic cancer, chronic (long-term) pancreatitis, Cholangiocarcinoma (a cancer of the bile duct), and other related medical conditions require a most common type of surgery called Whipple procedure (or Pancreaticoduodenectomy). To remove several gastrointestinal tract organs that are frequently implicated in the spread of pancreatic cancer, including the small intestine, gallbladder, and occasionally the stomach, multiple