TRICO 2016, the twelfth trans-radial conference held in Ahmadabad on 15 th and 16 th, October 2016. This article is about our experience outside the conference.
On the banks of Sabarmati river such an incredible place, once Mahatma an icon of India and father of nation lived, to be here it is a great experience and a privilege, yes I am drafting about Mahatma’s “Sabarmati Ashram” … Read the rest
Selenium is a trace element, It has variable effects on human body and also oral health. Both increase and decrease in selenium lead oral disease. In this article, you will learn about selenium containing foods and its effects on oral health.
Selenium, a necessary trace element generally obtained from red meat, liver, seafood and nuts. This element is regarded as a micronutrient as it is required in very less amount for the proper functioning of the human body. Normal daily recommended … Read the rest
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
Urgent angiography angioplasty and stenting are scary terms for patients and patient relatives, We doctors observe many of our patients find it difficult to decide in the small stipulated time frame. In this article, I will discuss, in what all situation patients need emergency angiography angioplasty and stenting.
We hear patients complaining on cardiologist, i.e. advising them to undergo angioplasty under emergency with or without stenting. In this article, I will discuss what is this emergency or urgency about angioplasty or stenting. Please note that all cases may … Read the rest
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
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
Activated charcoal which is made from non-petroleum agents like wood or animal origin may have a beneficial effect on human health. This has a special absorbing property, it has a greater potential to absorb and bind irreversibly to the various … Read the rest
After running my blog LearnOnly.com titled LearnOnly Heart on blogger platform for nearly more than 8 years I am now moving to new web site bilagi.org. This new website is titled as Heart And Teeth on WordPress platform.
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- Always brush your teeth with correct technique twice a day.
Practising the correct method of tooth brushing is one of the key methods to keep the mouth healthy. By doing so, deleterious effects of dental plaque can be kept away. … Read the rest
The soil that is formed after the eruption of a volcano is called volcanic soil. Such soils are very fertile and good for agriculture purpose. However, there always exists a danger of future volcanic eruptions which can cost many lives. … Read the rest