A distinguished cardiologist named Dr. Sudhir Prem Srivastava first recognised the need for an Indian-made surgical robot that may open the door to a more promising future in healthcare back in 2011. Robotic surgery is now available and cheap for the people of India thanks to Dr. Sudhir P. Srivastava, who has ushered in a […]
India is hit by H3N2 influenza
The H3N2 virus belongs to the influenza A virus subclass. A rapid increase in instances of influenza A subtype H3N2 across India has raised concerns. Over the previous few months, hospitals all around the country have reported thousands of cases of influenza A subtype H3N2. It can produce a cough that lasts up to three […]
Extremely low salt guidelines are bad for HBP, according to Ayurveda
Ayurveda explain why low salt diets cause more harm than good for those with high blood pressure. Ayurveda bases meal recommendations on a person’s bodily type (or dosha). Although one body type may respond better to a particular taste or cuisine, completely cutting out the meal is never advised. Limiting the troublesome food is always […]
India plans to eliminate sickle cell anemia by 2047
By 2047, the government of India wants to rid sickle cell anaemia. In the afflicted tribal communities of India, the eradication effort will involve screening 7 crore people.Sickle cell anaemia is a genetic blood condition. It impacts the body’s red blood cells. It belongs to a class of blood conditions known as sickle cell disease. […]
Deaths from sudden heart attacks after COVID infection have increased alarmingly in India
In India, the incidence of heart attacks and heart failure has increased by 25-30 per cent in people who got infected with Covid. India is currently having a difficult time since the death rate from heart attacks is on the rise following the COVID-19 outbreak. The nation has seen a significant increase in cases of […]
Why do Indians get more heart disease?
The findings run counter to the widespread belief that Indians experience more heart disease as a result of the narrow diameter of their arteries. According to a study from the Department of Cardiology and Radiology at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Delhi, India, Indians are more likely to develop coronary artery disease (heart disease) due to […]
In a new study, aspirin was proven to increase cancer patients’ chances of survival
Cardiff University researchers examined prior aspirin and cancer studies and reported their findings in the journal Open Biology. According to study, there may be advantages to using aspirin over other painkillers that outweigh the disadvantages. They discussed the molecular factors that would account for the impact and discovered concrete proof that patients who took aspirin […]
Why has the number of cardiac arrests among young Indians suddenly increased?
The prevalence of heart problems in young Indians has been connected to factors such as mental stress, physical health, Covid and other factors. The heartbreaking passing of musician Krishnakumar Kunnath, also known as KK, after a heart attack has renewed attention on the worrisome rise in fatal cases of the ailment among Indians under 60. […]
A report published by ICMR-NCDIR indicates that the North Eastern States of India have a high cancer burden.
In Kamrupurban, Assam, India the lifetime risk of acquiring cancer is as high as 1 in every 4 males and 1 in every 6 females. A report titled “Profile of cancer and related health indicators in the Northeast Region of India” was published by the Bengaluru-based National Centre for Disease Informatics & Research (NCDIR), a […]
Study finds that 1 in 100 Indians has a concealed cardiac risk
A person with a problem may appear to be in good health, but they are vulnerable to risky cardiac electrical activity patterns that could result in palpitations, blackouts, or even death. A study of 1,029 genomes revealed that one in 100 apparently healthy Indians carries genetic abnormalities associated to heart electrical problems that might cause […]