Why I am Still happy to be Doctor

The medical profession was considered noble, but in recent times things have changed. More and more doctors express, that they are not satisfied with the type of medical practice they do.
This article is meant for increasing the morale of medical professionals.

Unlike in the last century, in the twenty-first century, we are being exposed to a burst of  information. In the last century portal of information  were very much limited and they were regulated, but now it is not the case. … Read the rest

5 reasons doctors should write a blog

Online presence for doctors through blogging or having an own website is a need for promotion of profession. This article will explain the five reasons “why doctors or hospitals should have a personal blog or website?”.

1. Social media  versus Blog and website

Online presence for a doctor  is a need these days, not  just a passion. From the perspective of improving the profession, none can neglect this. Most of the doctors have registered in listing … Read the rest

I Wish This Never Happens To Any Doctor

Violence inside hospital has become common nowadays in India. It is said that approximately 75% of doctors in India have faced violence in the hospital. Sometimes Doctors are targeted due to patient family’s financial conflicts. In this article, you will learn how the family issue creates problems inside the hospital.

It was Sunday, my elder daughter had booked tickets for a late night 10 PM movie. Around 8 PM, we planned to have dinner and later leave for the movie. Suddenly my mobile beeped with WhatsApp message. I opened the … Read the rest

5 Points Against SPRINT Trail Do Not Reduce BP aggressively

Results of SPRINT suggest increased cardiovascular benefit by reducing Systolic BP in elderly to less than 120 mm Hg. but, these are against current hypertension guidelines. In this article we will learn why we should not reduce systolic BP to less 120 mmHg and stick to less than 150 mmHg in elderly.

Recent guidelines  on hypertension have relaxed blood pressure targets in elderly subjects i.e. 150mmhg systolic, but the SPRINT trial (published in NEJM Nov 2015) on contrary has come up  with results showing, a reduction in cardiovascular events with … Read the rest

Consequnces Of Blind Faith In Medical Practice

Sir,  we have a patient he has come with severe breathlessness and very critical, his Blood pressure is 50 systolic  heart rate is 120/min, I heard this on receiving a phone call from our intensivist at midnight 2.00AM.   That is … Read the rest

Important Things To Observe In Mahatma Gandhi’s Vision On Health.

In this modern day on the eve of Mahatma Gandhi  birthday i.e October 2nd, we will have a relook at Mahatma’s thoughts about health. They do differ from modern day medicine but still then there are some messages hidden in
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The Modern Rules Of How To Design And Promote Website In Medical Practice.

After writing in this blog for nearly more than 8 years, I have gathered some knowledge in connection with website design and online promotion. This topic is more suitable for clinics small and medium to large-scale hospitals. Maybe to a
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