• What are the new treatment modalities in depression?
    Ravi Kumar Rana

    In this video, Dr. Ravi Rana, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, will talk on the new treatment modalities in depression. There has been lot of developments happened throughout the year in psychological and behavioral therapy. Doctors are focusing on the preventive aspects of depression and in early diagnosis and treatment. The outcomes are good if early intervention is done to manage depression and the progression of the illness is prevented.

  • What are the new treatment modalities in personality disorders?
    Ravi Kumar Rana

    Dr. Ravi Rana, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, will discuss the new treatment modalities in personality disorders, in this video. Many personality disorders are persistent. Anxiety, depression and other disorders subsides with the treatment but personality disorders persists throughout the life. He will explain the treatment such as behavioral therapy, exercises etc. which can be a part of treatment along with medications in personality disorders.

  • Please give your view on anxiety/depression among doctors?
    Ravi Kumar Rana

    In this video, Dr. Ravi Rana, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, will give his views on anxiety and depression. Depression among doctors is due to work related stress and high expectations of family members of the patient. He will also talk about doctor’s health and time management among doctors.

  • Whats new in mental health in last one year?
    Ravi Kumar Rana

    Dr. Ravi Rana, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, will talk on any new developments in mental health in last one year. He will explain the theme of mental health last year was stress at work place. Stress has been increased tremendously and stress-related problems arise such as sleep disturbances, headache, etc. He will highlight what are the consequences of stress.

  • What are the new treatment modalities in dementia?
    Om Prakash

    In this video, Dr. Om Prakash, Associate Prof. Head, Institute of Human Behavior & Psychiatry, New Delhi, will discuss the new treatment modalities in dementia. Dementia is a disorder which is seen in everyday life. Many patients come with behavioral problem, depression, apathy, etc. If the patient comes in initial stages of dementia and the treatment is started early, then the progression of dementia can be prevented. Doctors should identify and diagnose and start treatment before referring to the higher centers.

  • What are the new treatment modalities in depression?
    Om Prakash

    Dr. Om Prakash, Associate Prof. Head, Institute of Human Behavior & Psychiatry, New Delhi, will talk on the new treatment modalities in depression, in this video. Depression is generally under-diagnosed and if diagnosed early can save millions of lives. He will also discuss the risk factors which can trigger depression. Depression can lead to suicidal thoughts. He will also talk on new medications which are available nowadays. The important part of treatment is to diagnose depression accurately and start medications.

  • What are the new treatment modalities in depression?
    Pradeep K Chadha

    Dr. Pradeep Chadha, Psychiatrist, Psychotherapist and Stress Management, Ireland, will explain the new treatment modalities in depression, in this video. There are not many changes in the treatment of depression except the new drugs have been introduced. He will explain that the newer drugs have less side effects than the older ones. Medications are only used in severe cases of depression and psychological and behavioral therapies are used to manage the mild to moderate depression.

  • What are the new treatment modalities in anxiety?
    Pradeep K Chadha

    In this video, Dr. Pradeep Chadha, Psychiatrist, Psychotherapist and Stress Management, Ireland, will talk on the new treatment modalities in anxiety. Anxiety and depression are interrelated and about one third of people with anxiety would be having depression as well. He will also talk on the modern antidepressants. If the anxiety is too severe and is affecting the day to day life, then medication is must. In mild to moderate anxiety, psychosocial intervention is one of the best therapy. He will also discuss the effects of different herbs which are effective in anxiety.

  • What are the treatment modalities in OCD?
    Pradeep K Chadha

    The video talks about the treatment modalities in OCD by Dr. Pradeep Chadha, Psychiatrist, Psychotherapist and Stress Management, Ireland. Antidepressants are used as the first line of treatment for OCD. Behavioral therapies are very effective in these patients. He will also explain the exercise of mindfulness where the mind is trained not to think too much.

  • What are the new treatment modalities in personality disorders?
    Pradeep K Chadha

    Dr. Pradeep Chadha, Psychiatrist, Psychotherapist and Stress Management, Ireland, will talk on the new treatment modalities in personality disorders. Personality disorders generally don’t have any medical treatment. Research available are more favorable towards cognitive and behavioral therapies.


    Dr. Chadha will explain his views that personality disorders are due to deprived early years or difficult early years when a person doesn’t get a loving background and upbringing. The personality disorders also interfere with their quality of life. He will also discuss that when an illness becomes superimposed then it becomes a major depressive disorder.

  • What are the important points to be considered in sepsis and septic shock?
    Anil Gurnani

    In this video, Dr. Anil Gurnani, Group Director, Intensive Care & Anesthesiology, will talk on the important points to be considered in sepsis and septic shock. First and foremost thing is to give fluid resuscitation followed by appropriate antibiotic therapy. He will also talk about if the antibiotic given is inappropriate then it increases the mortality by 7.5% every year.

  • What is the management of acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS)?
    Anil Gurnani

    Dr. Anil Gurnani, Group Director, Intensive Care & Anesthesiology, will discuss the management of acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) in this video. In mild ARDS, if the patient is hemodynamically stable and conscious, then non invasive ventilation can be tried. He will further explain that if the patient is hemodynamically unstable and is drowsy and PaO2:FiO2 ration is less than 150, then do not wait for non invasive ventilation to continue. Immediately start early invasive ventilation. He will further explain the invasive ventilation management is ARDS patients.