Dr. TS Sathyanarayana Rao, Professor of Psychiatry, JSS Medical College, Mysore, will discuss his views on anxiety among doctors, in this video. Medical profession is associated with high levels of stress and many a times the decision which are made are of life and death. Public perception is also like doctors should save everyones life and their expectations are too high from doctors.
Dr. Rajesh Chawla, Senior Consultant, Institutes of Critical Care Respiratory and Sleep Medicine, Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, New Delhi, will discuss the important points to be considered in sepsis and septic shock, in this video. Sepsis is defined as dysregulated organ dysfunction due to infection. He will explain if a sepsis patient develops shock or hypotension which does not respond to initial fluid therapy is known as a septic shock. He will further explain that airways or intubation has to be maintained along with blood pressure.
Dr. Vinod Mittal, Senior Diabetologist, Delhi Heart and Lung Institute, will talk about metformin used in diabetic kidney disease in this video. Metformin is the first line of treatment in all type 2 diabetes patients. It has pleotropic effect also. He will talk how many doctors stop metformin when serum creatinine reaches 1.5 level. He will further explain that serum creatinine is not a criteria to stop metformin in these patients.
In this video, Dr. S C Dash, Director, Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences, AIIMS, New Delhi, will talk about recurrent urinary infections. It is mostly seen in females but males also can develop it. It prostatic obstruction or stones, urinary tract infection can occur. Acute UTI is generally related to sexual activities. He will further explain the cause for recurrent infections too.
Dr. Parag Singhal, Endocrinologist, UK will talk about the role of doctors in addressing global health challenges in this video. Expense of health care facilities are increasing in whole world. Unless some solutions are found to reduce the wastages, it will be difficult to sustain the health care with respect to quality and delivery. He will further talk about the unnecessary investigations to be avoided to save medical expense.
In this video, Dr. N P Singh, Senior Director, Max Super Specialty Hospital, Delhi, will talk about the nephrotic syndrome. Questions asked can be same old questions on primary and secondary glomerularitis. He will also discuss questions related to secondary glomerular disease, connective tissue disorder, etc. also questions on laboratory investigations can be asked if any new criteria has been introduced.
In this video, Dr. Suneeta Dubey, Head of Glaucoma Services, Dr. Shroff’s Charity Eye Hospital, New Delhi, will explain about glaucoma and its incidence. Glaucoma is a neurodegenerative disease characterized by progressive retinal ganglion nerve cells and visual function. India accounts for almost one fifth of total global burden and the incidence is 12 million.
Dr. Jaya Pancholy, Integrative Holistic Medicine Practitioner, USA, will talk about whether mammography has to be routinely done in India in this video. Dr. Jaya will talk about thermography in details. Many people are going through thermography instead of mammogram. She says that it is a women’s choice which option to choose and avoid more radiation.
In this video, Dr. Neena Malhotra, Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Delhi, will talk about the new updates in 2017. She talks about the plan which is launched by our Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi that every 9th of each month, the obstetrician should dedicate the time for antenatal check-up and should make at least nine visits to the doctor. She will further talk about various updates which the GP’s should be aware and one of them is breast cancer awareness. Also, she will talk about anaemia in female population.
In this video, Dr. Neena Malhotra, Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Delhi, will discuss about the PCOS and the management. All the gynaecologists and endocrinologists generally follow the Rotterdam criteria 2003. She will further explain the PCOS in details. The first basic investigation is the ultrasound scan for enlarged ovaries or polycystic. She will further talk on the diagnostic evaluation of PCOS.
In this video, Dr. Sanjay Kumar Agarwal, Professor and Head of Nephrology, AIIMS, will discuss the reversible causes of renal dysfunction. In addition to the kidney disease, the progression of the CKD also can be further damaged due to certain acute factors. The common acute reversible factors are dehydration, intake of NSAIDs, obstruction in the urinary tract, hypercalcemia, hypokalemia or systemic infections. These factors can damage the kidney and progress the CKD.