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

    In this video, Dr. Anil Gurnani, Group Director, Intensive Care & Anesthesiology, Kailash Group of Hospitals, 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 are the important aspects of nutritional support in critically ill patients?

    In this video, Dr. Anil Gurnani, Group Director, Intensive Care & Anesthesiology, Kailash Group of Hospitals, will discuss the important aspects of nutritional support in critically ill patients. Enteral nutrition is the best way to provide nutrition in critically ill patients. He will explain that why the enteral nutrition does not suffice in these patients. Also paraenteral fluids are also supplemented to the patients within 48 hours of admission. He will also discuss how much parenteral fluids are to be given in such patients.

  • What are vasopressor blood targets in critically ill patients with shock?

    Dr. Anil Gurnani, Group Director, Intensive Care & Anesthesiology, Kailash Group of Hospitals, will talk on the vasopressor blood targets in critically ill patients with shock in this video. Generally the systolic and diastolic blood pressure targets are not followed in critically ill patients. The mean arterial pressure is tried to be maintained. Dr. Anil will talk how much pressure is required or maintained in such patients with shock.

  • What is the cause of adverse events in a health care setup

    Dr. K. K Kalra, CEO, NABH, will discuss about the adverse events in a health care setup. The data from the developed world shows that 1 in 10 patients from the hospital acquires hospital acquired infections. These patients are exposed to some kind of medical error and as per the report of the institute minimum one lakh patients per year are dying because of medical errors.


    Dr. Kalra will talk about the medical harms done in our country too. He tells us that there is no national data available on the degree of harms been done.

  • What is the driving force behind patient safety & quality?

    In this video, Dr. K K Kalra, Former CEO, NABH, will talk about the driving force behind patient safety & quality. Consumers and patients needs quality care in health care setting. There is also a Consumer Protection Act. He will also talk on accreditation of the hospital, also the patient would want to visit the accredited hospital as compared to non - accredited hospital.

  • Whose responsibility is to ensure Quality in health care?

    Dr. K K Kalra, Former CEO, NABH, will discuss about the responsibility to ensure quality in health care in this video. The whole medical team is responsible for ensuring the quality in health care, from CEO to the staff members. From the top management to the lower management everyone should be involved in the care and quality of health care. He will also talk on the system errors which are also responsible for the failure in health care.

  • What is the reason for errors in health care?

    In this video, Dr. K K Kalra, Former CEO, NABH, will discuss the reason for errors in health care. The commonest error is lack of communication related to clinical or non-clinical issues. When the patient is admitted, his history, details, medical records, investigations, etc. are properly recorded in a proper systematic order. He will further discuss how lack of documentation can create problems.

  • How is Quality health care define?

    Dr. K K Kalra, Former CEO, NABH, talks about quality of health care in this video. There is no uniform definition of health care. It is a degree to which health services for the individuals and populations increases the likelihood of desired outcome and are consistent with the current professional knowledge. This is the most acceptable definition of quality of health care.

  • Does it only concern India?

    In this video, Dr. K K Kalra, Former CEO, NABH, will talk about the concern related to India. The concern of patient safety is not only in India but world-wide. When a patient is admitted in the hospital, many harms are done unintentionally such as hospital acquired infections. Also, these patients might suffer a fall or samples getting infected etc. He will further talk about all these concerns.

  • What is the need for Quality & patient safety?

    Dr. K K Kalra, Former CEO, NABH, will talk about the need for quality and patient safety in this video. The concept of quality and patient safety is very old. Dr. Kalra will also talk about the role of quality and why it is necessary to maintain patient safety in hospitals and clinical settings.

  • Are the major hospitals in Delhi in the silence zone or not?

    In this video, In this video, Dr. M.P George, Scientist D, Delhi Pollution Control Committee, will talk about whether the major hospitals in Delhi are in the silence zone or not In the area outside the major hospitals, the noise level is very high. In the wards, the values are little less but it is still exceeding the permissible limits. Hence, it affects the comfort of the patients.

  • What is the noise level in a hospital OPD andin large office complexes?

    In this video, What is the noise level in hospital OPD and large office complexes? Dr. M.P George, Scientist D, Delhi Pollution Control Committee, will talk about the noise level in hospital and large offices.


    According to the noise regulations, the level of noise is generally measured outside the premises. But in closed environment, the noise emitted is very high. The normal level of noise is generally 60 dB. The telephone ring has a nose level of almost 70 dB. When sound amplifier is used, the noise values are very high.


    Hence, in large offices, conference halls, hospital OPDs, etc. the noise levels exceeds the limit of 60 to 65 dB.