Does the winter season increase viral transmissibility? Do viral fevers and associated discomfort increase during the winter season? In FORUM 2.0, our experts will discuss about the seasonal implications on winter febrile illness, how to differentiate between different types of upper respiratory tract infections, how to manage them, and the role of nimesulide in managing these febrile illnesses.
Prof & Head - Dept of Respiratory Medicine. KGMU. Lucknow Vice-Chairman IMA-AMS Past President ICS. NCCP and ICAAI
He is currently Professor and Head, Dept. of Respiratory Medicine, King George medical University, Lucknow and also National President of Indian Chest Society. He has published 12 books, 30 chapters and 357 research publications in various National and International Journals. He has been awarded about 67 awards till date including Vigyan Gaurav Award (the highest Award of UP in the field of Science) by Chief Minister UP and 1st UP Doordarshan Award by Governor UP.
Medical Director and Consultant Diabetologist,Dr. Kovils Diabetes Care Center,Mumbai
Dr. Rajiv Kovil is a Diabetologist in Andheri West, Mumbai and has an experience of 22 years in this field. Dr. Rajiv Kovil practices at Dr. Kovil's Diabetes Care Centre in Andheri West, Mumbai. Dr. Kovil's Diabetes Care Centre in Andheri West, Mumbai and Nanavati Super Speciality Hospital in Vileparle West, Mumbai. He completed MBBS from Topiwala National Medical College, Mumbai in 1996 and Diploma in Diabetology (Mumbai University) from Topiwala National Medical College, Mumbai in 1999.
Past President RSSDI and API Consultant Physician and Endocrinologist. Pondicherry Institute of Medical Sciences, Pondicherry
Dr Ashok Kumar Das is a Consultant Physician and Endocrinologist, Pondicherry Institute of Medical Science (PIMS). He was former Senior Professor of Medicine and Endocrinology, Head of Department of Endocrinology and Dean and Medical Superintendent of Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research, Puducherry. He has completed his MBBS, MD (Medicine), Ph.D, DNB, FAMS, FICP, FRCP. Dr Das has taught the medical undergraduates and postgraduates in Medicine and Diabetology for more than 33 years.