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  • Do's & Dont's for Corona Virus
  • What to Know About the New Chinese Coronavirus
    What to Know About the New Chinese Coronavirus Concerns are growing about the deadly new virus behind a fast-spreading epidemic in China. The number of people ill with or dying of a viral pneumonia caused by the new coronavirus is rising rapidly, despite quarantines of millions of people and other measures to try to stop it. The virus has been carried by travelers to other countries. Very little is known about this virus, which for the moment carries the scientific name 2019-nCoV, meaning “novel coronavirus.” Scientists are racing to learn more. Key questions to answer are how long the incubation period is, how long someone is infectious, and whether or not people can be asymptomatic and spread the virus. Here is what scientists and public-health officials know so far. How dangerous is the new coronavirus?It appears to be less deadly than a related pathogen — severe acute respiratory syndrome, or SARS, which erupted in China in 2002 and…
  • Medtalk
    Medtalk With the Blessings of HH Uday Singh Ji, SPS Hospitals launched the first issue of our quarterly newsletter, Medtalk. As mentioned by our Managing Director Mr. Jai Singh, The whole idea was to create awareness among our physicians about the importance of continuing medical education and professional development. As we take another milestone in healthcare with the establishment of our state-of-the-art outreach clinics at various locations in the city, the importance of acquainting and updating ourselves with the latest knowledge and skills in our particular specialties cannot be over-emphasized.As per the COO of SPS Hospitals Dr. Jatinder Arora, Medtalk is a magazine exclusively highlighting and sharing these exceptional case studies. This is a clinical magazine for the doctors by the doctors. We hope you will gain from the knowledge of these case studies and contribute to the communities by stepping forward and engaging with us on any interesting insights you…
  • CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE: PREVENTION IS DEFINITELY BETTER THAN CURE
    CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE: PREVENTION IS DEFINITELY BETTER THAN CURE India is a vast country with diverse population. It has a unique set of health problems. At one end of the spectrum are the communicable diseases related to malnutrition, poor sanitation and poverty such as tuberculosis, diarrhea and malaria. However the other end of the spectrum of lifestyle diseases like Diabetes & hypertension are unwilling to be left behind. The last decade has seen an epidemic rise of these diseases leading to a huge increase in the incidence and prevalence of chronic kidney disease (CKD). As per latest ICMR reports prevalence of Diabetes has risen to 7.5% in rural India and up to 28% in some urban parts of India. Latest studies from India peg the prevalence of CKD from 2.5% to as high as 13% with diabetes and hypertension contributing to the bulk of CKD. Most of these studies under estimate the true prevalence of this deadly disease. Another…
  • Kidney Transplantation: Best modality for longevity
    Kidney Transplantation: Best modality for longevity A kidney transplant if the transfer of a healthy kidney from one person [Donor] into the body of person who has little or no kidney function [Recipient] Why do you need a kidney transplant: End stage kidney disease [also known as kidney failure] is the most common reason for having a kidney transplant. when the kidneys have lost around 90 % of their function, the person is said to have end stage kidney disease. The two most common causes of end stage kidney disease are: Diabetes. High Blood pressure [Hypertension]. Less common causes of end stage kidney diseases include: Polycystic Kidney Disease [inherited condition where kidneys become enlarged due to multiple cysts]. Blockage in the arteries that bring blood to the kidneys. Undeveloped kidneys at birth. Auto immune diseases that affect the kidneys like systemic lupus erythematosus. Living Donations: A person only needs one kidney to survive. Therefore, unlike other…

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