By Dr. Pushkar Gadre
January, 2021
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Piezoelectric Bone Surgery Technique – Making Access More Safe and Precise

Piezoelectric bone surgery works on the basis of ultrasound. A necessity in oral and maxillofacial surgeries is to get proper access to the area which needs treatment. The access is made possible by cutting bones, traditionally using power-driven high-speed bone...

By Dr. Rashida Melinkeri
January, 2021
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World Thyroid Awareness Month

While we all understand the importance of timely diagnosis and treatment of health ailments, thyroid disorders remain one of the most common but under -diagnosed health ailments across the globe. January is observed as ‘Thyroid Awareness Month’ and presents an...

By Dr. Abhijeet Botre
December, 2020
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Paediatric Epilepsy : FAQs and Commonly Asked Questions

What is epilepsy? Many (20:1000) children experience single seizures in early life. Not all provoked (ex fever,injury) seizures constitute epilepsy. Epilepsy is the tendency to get recurrent unprovoked seizures by various mechanisms . It is not very uncommon and can...

By Dr. Devendra Vartak
December, 2020
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Knee Joint Replacement Surgery: A Life Changing Opportunity

Incidence of hip and knee osteoarthritis is increasing in India. Increasing longevity, urban lifestyle combined with obesity are the main causes of knee arthritis. Hence, the need of patients requiring joint replacement surgery is also on a steep rise. Rheumatoid...

By Dr. Smita Dhadge
November, 2020
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Obstructive Sleep Apnoea

Regular and sufficient good-quality sleep is of vital importance to maintain healthy physical and mental health. Sleeping is like getting your body recharged for the next day. "OSA (Obstructive sleep apnoea) is hugely underdiagnosed condition even today" Sleep disordered breathing...

By Dr. Dhairyashil Saste
November, 2020
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Epilepsy: A Neurological Disorder

Epilepsy is one of the most common neurological disorders with hugely varied presentations. There are about 70 million people with epilepsy worldwide and of these 12 million people live In India. Traditionally, our perception of seizures is limited to the...

By Dr. Rahul Nerlikar
October, 2020
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Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is a systemic disease characterized by low bone mass and micro architectural deterioration of bone tissue leading to increased fragility of bone and consequently increased fracture risk. Commonly affected bones which are vulnerable to fracture are the vertebral column,...

By Dr. Milind Gadkari
September, 2020
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Coronary Artery Disease in India

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) continues to be the leading cause of death across the world. Nearly 150,000 people die per day worldwide, based on the latest comprehensive research that was published in 2017. Of these 48,742 die of cardiovascular disease.Studies have...

By Dr. Sanjay Shah
September, 2020
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COVID-19 Pandemic: New Challenges for Visual Health

The current pandemic has affected all cross sections of the society from medical professionals to working population to senior citizens. Even children, students have not been left out. In fact, they are ones whom we need to concentrate on. The...

By Ms. Sayali Sathe
September, 2020
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Overcoming Breastfeeding Challenges with a Newborn

World Breastfeeding Week started in 1992, with annual themes including healthcare systems, women and work, the international code of marketing breast milk substitutes, community support, ecology, economy, science, education and human rights. World breastfeeding week celebrated from 1st - 7th...