How does a slow-paced workout like yoga tone the body?

November 26, 2020

There is a yoga style for everyone out there and how you feel during and after practice is very important. But, how good is a slow-paced workout to tone the body in comparison to hitting the gym? This is a very personal choice. However, from an anatomical perspective, while a workout at the gym will


Heart Failure

November 26, 2020

The function of the heart is to take deoxygenated blood in and pump out the oxygenated blood to the rest of the organs. In the case of heart failure, the heart fails to pump the amount of blood that it normally pumps. Certain conditions like hypertension or narrowed coronary arteries due to cholesterol deposition weaken


Approach to body pain syndrome

November 24, 2020

In fact, complaining of body pain in day to day practice is common, it is mostly seen in women aged above 50 years. These patients are habituated to take pain killers and other modes of treatment. But even though it is difficult to pinpoint the reasons for Muscular skeletal pain, the doctor should have a


Know more about COPD & COVID-19

November 23, 2020

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a chronic lung disease which obstructs airflow from the lungs. Emphysema and chronic bronchitis are the most common conditions that contribute to COPD.COPD increases the risk associated with COVID-19, affecting the respiratory system and damaging the lungs. Symptoms Fever Fatigue Cough Shortness of breath Risk Factors Above 60 years



November 22, 2020

The healthcare industry mostly functions on physical interaction with a doctor-checking the pulse, using a stethoscope and diagnoses for the possible signs and symptoms. Now, such practices are largely suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic. The COVID-19 outbreak has created numerous challenges on traditional healthcare. Due to worldwide lockdown, people have not been able to


Know about Epilepsy (Seizures)

November 21, 2020

Epilepsy is a neurological disorder in which a nerve cell activity is disturbed leading to a seizure or periods of unusual behaviour and sometimes loss of awareness. Epilepsy is the fourth common neurological disorder in the world. Both males or females can suffer from epilepsy irrespective of ethnicity or age. Anyone including children can develop


A case report on Minimal Invasive Cardiac Bypass Surgery

November 20, 2020

Cardiac bypass surgery is one of the most invasive and major surgical procedures. Following an open cardiac bypass surgery, the time taken for wound healing and patient getting back to work ranges between 6-8 weeks. A minimal invasive approach to this major surgery has opened the doors for faster recovery and smaller wound without the


Everything you need to know about Laparoscopic Surgery

November 19, 2020

Laparoscopic surgery Laparoscopy surgery is a ‘minimally invasive surgery’ which incurs small incisions, usually not more than ½ inch. It uses a long and slender device called a laparoscope which is inserted into the abdomen through a small incision. A camera attached to it allows the obstetrician–gynaecologist (ob-gyn) to view the abdominal and pelvic organs




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