Hearing loss and allergy can have many different causes including injury, disease or genetic causes. This webcast gives us the information on the Documentary film on End-of-Life issues based on the current scenario of the issues every doctor should know. Also, three topics are discussed in these webcast as Noise and deafness, Allergies and End of life issues. Video also speaks about how dignity is important in a person’s life before and after death.

The webcast on Adolescent health includes detection, prevention and treatment of the young people as they are often comprehensive and need biological approach. This video focuses on key issues to be physically healthy and how an overnutrition and undernutrition affect the adolescents in the current scenario. This video also shows how respect plays an important role in treating the youths with adolescent health.

The webcast on Mental health refers to problems that includes emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It indirectly also affects our thinking, mood and behavior. This video focuses on common and uncommon mental disorders, how a physician should deal with the psychological problems which are in big number and is not a natural phenomena these days. It also gives us information when to use and when not to use the medicines for these problems and disorders.

This webcast gives us the information on definition and management of Amblyopia in children who are 5-6 years of age. Amblyopia refers to dull vision and from this video we get to know how pediatricians should handle this disease, types of amblyopia, methods to diagnose amblyopia, how common is amblyopia in children, and treatment modalities of amblyopia . This video also explains how doctors can be advisor to pharmaceutical companies and doctor-patient sacred relationships.

This Webcast on Bio-medical waste gives complete understanding of bio-medical waste management rules of 2016, scope of bio-medical waste and how its regulation is important for the society. It also gives information on the factors related to bio medical waste like cultural attitudes of the society, Anti-Littering Act, keeping surroundings clean and many more. This video emphasizes on the priority and safety of the people and why these rules are important for the medical doctors and the society.

This webcast on Dil Ki Baatein focuses on IMA, its reputation, achievements and how the medical issues and facility can be improved further in the society. Dr. K K Aggarwal speaks about the various issues that needs to be given priority and respective actions to be taken for its implementation. He also focuses on the fact that people should be aware of the worth of a doctor, how IMA acts as a bridge between public and doctors and how mistrust should be removed between the professionals and the society.

This webcast focuses on environmental health issues , occupational health, biomedical waste management and its new rules. This video shows that IMA has come up with 10 points every doctors/GPs should know about environmental health, occupational health and biomedical waste. It also gives us the information about how air pollution, mobile phones and ozone gas leads to environmental health issues and what precautions should be taken to control it.

This webcast on neonatal care defines what is neonatal age group, activities involved in newborn care, weight monitoring in neonates, diarrhea in children, when to feed and when not to feed and basic elements in neonatal care as many parents come to doctors with their baby issues. This video gives complete information and understanding about the pre and post birth of the baby.

This webcast give the explanation of the phrase “2nd Chance In The 2nd Decade”, definition of adolescent and how it is focused globally in the second decade. It also gives us the information about the highest no. of adolescent across the globe ,how government sector can be presented in the private sector and what are the focus areas on adolescent health programs on national level.

This webcast focuses on definition of child sexual abuse, issues related to child sexual abuse, legal things to be taken care of in these cases, its evidence and suspects, and responsibilities of doctors for a child sexually abused. It also gives us the information on how a child distinguish between good and bad touch and how does it help them to resist. Video also explains what IMA should do for child sexual abuse cases and 10 points every doctor should know about child sexual abuse cases so that they can give proper treatment to them accordingly.

This webcast explains the difference between Epilepsy and Seizured disorders and all related information that a GP should know while treating them. It also gives an understanding of fits, treatment of epilepsy, first aid prevention for epilepsy, seizures and fits. We get to know what are febrile seizures , how epilepsy affects memory of a person, what medications are required to control epilepsy, how to get the disease diagnosed, and myths and facts of epilepsy.

This webcast gives the understanding of Leprosy, Fluorosis and Silicosis disorders and what GPs are supposed to do while handling national programs on Leprosy, Fluorosis and Silicosis. This video also gives us the information to the doctors how to control fluorosis while working in rural areas, and what are the work areas which causes Silicosis. Also it explains what are the common surgical procedures and types of dressing required for them.

This webcast is on Acute Myocardial Infection and its basic management and what treatment should be given initially to the patient of acute MI. It also helps us to know why 24x7 facility is important for the AMI patients , which all hospitals provide these facilities, and what are the risk factors involved after the age of 40 in the people. We also get to know what is primary angioplasty, when should it be done on a patient with heart attacks, how heart attacks are different from those occurring in India and New York, how Telemedicine can be used in the diagnosis of heart attacks and it related management.

This webcast gives the information on noise pollution, how maternal and infant mortaliy can be reduced, and understanding of Mantri Surakshit Matritva Abhiyan. It also gives us the information about what all should be done on 9th date of every month for all pregnant ladies regarding their check-up as per the new rule. Under PMSMA, we get to know the importance of the doctors directly communicating with the patients, how to save pregnant ladies life, how simple anemia can be controlled and precautions needs to be taken before pre and post pregnancy.

This webcast on Mental Health explains why mental health is not a part of the medical education in general system. It also focuses on depression, how should a GP treat a patient with mental health and depression disease, when should a depression be called a disease, and what are core symptoms of depression. Also we get to know how mental health is related to religion, vedic sciences, rituals, customs and beliefs and how positive thinking is important for a person with mental health.

Webcast on Right of Hindu women: inheritance and succession in family property

This webcast helps us to understand transfusion of medicine with relation to blood transfusion, myths about blood platelets, how do we actually do the platelet counts, why whole blood is not recommended by medical professionals. We also get the information about what components are made by whole blood cells by the blood banks, in how many segments every blood is being converted to, what are the difference between warm and cold bloods and what are the government policies for the blood bank. With the help of this video we get to know about the latest blood group in the medical field.

This webcast explains heart issues, how to prevent heart diseases, what should be done for the treatment of heart diseases, basic understanding and importance of World Health Day and what does this day gives to the world. This video also gives us the information about the reasons for the occurrence of heart disease and the basic principles for its prevention. We get to know the diet that should be followed in a day to avoid heart disease, what are the role of Omega 3 in its prevention. Dr. Aggarwal also helps us to understand the meaning of Vedic Science and its importance to avoid any heart disease.

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This webcast gives complete information and understanding about Microbiome, which is an emerging topic and extensive research in medical field all over the country today. It explains its role in health and is also involved in human metabolism,nutrition, physiology, and immune function and the most important and widely known is Gut Microbiome as it is linked to plenty of diseases and conditions of a human body which needs medical care and treatment.

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Dr. Sameer Srivastava, Asst. Director, Non-invasive Cardiology, Fortis Escorts Heart Institute, Delhi, will discuss about new anticoagulants. He says that according to the current evidence available, the newer anticoagulants are restricted to be used in selective indications such as atrial fibrillation which is non-valvular. The advantage of newer anticoagulants are that they don’t need to be monitored regularly with prothrombin time and INR. Also, it saves time and regular monitoring costing. He will further talk about to create awareness among people about these drugs. Dr. Srivastava will also talk about the different new anticoagulants and which one is approved.

Dr. Kewal C. Goswami, Professor of Cardiology, AIIMS, New Delhi, will talk about the incidences of rheumatic fever and he says that with echocardiography one can detect rheumatic heart disease which is difficult sometimes through clinical diagnosis. He further will update on mitral surgery. In acute rheumatic fever, mitral regurgitation is more than the mitral stenosis. In all patients of rheumatic heart disease, mitral stenosis is seen. Dr. Goswami will further state that any mitral stenosis with symptoms should be intervened. He will further discuss the various surgical management for mitral stenosis.

Dr M Khalilullah, Padma Shree, Padma Bhushan, Hon. Professor, The Cromwell Hospital, London, will talk about syncope in details. Syncope is a very common symptom which occurs in all ages. It can occur many times in a week or day or can occur once in several months. Syncope can be due to fatigue or anemia or long eating intervals or it can be a manifestation as a side effect of a drug. The common causes are arrhythmia, sinus bradycardia or AV block. It can also be due to mitral or aortic stenosis. He will further talk about other causes and its diagnosis and management.

Dr. Rakesh Yadav, Sub-Dean & Additional Professor, Cardiology, AIIMS, New Delhi, will discuss choosing the stent and the precautions are taken while choosing it. He says that there should be three criteria while choosing the stent. First is the patient’s characteristics, lesion’s characteristics and third is the cost-effectiveness. He will further discuss in which group of patients the stent is to be chosen. It is also decided whether the patient is symptomatic or not. He will also talk about bare metal stents and drug-eluting stents. He will also talk about different types of stents and their limitations.

In this video, Dr Sanjay Tyagi, Dierector, Professor & HOD of Cardiology, G B Pant Hospital & Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi, will give updates on hypertension. He will talk about the concept of pre-hypertension and about its awareness. Lifestyle management helps in hypertension, diabetes and lipid control. These modifications are beneficial at all stages of hypertension. He will further update that any mode of treatment such as homeopathic or ayurvedic which is used for stage 1 hypertension should have side-effects. It is possible to prevent the organ damage in hypertension. But once the damage has occurred, it is difficult to reverse.

Dr. Ashwin B. Mehta, Director of Cardiology, Jaslok Hospital & Research Centre and Consultant Cardiologist, Breach Candy & Lilavati Hospital, will discuss on interventional cardiology and whether angioplasty or surgery last longer. Coronary disease is a progressive illness and it is an aging process. As the age advances more and more blockages are developed. He further says that it depends upon how good care is been taken after the procedure. He will describe the various stages when angioplasty or bypass surgery is needed or the patient can be managed with medical treatment. Depending upon the age group, risk factors and the complexity of the blockages, the surgical procedure is decided.

In this video, Prof (Dr) Saumitra Ray, Joint Secretary, Cardiological Society of India, Kolkata, will talk about the interventional cardiology procedure rate of less than 200 per year and CSI guidelines on their treatment. He says that more than 200 cases per year should be registered in any hospital and an interventional cardiologist should monitor the cases properly. If it is less than 200, it should be supervised to ensure patient safety. He will further talk about how to choose stents. It should be 80% on evidence based science and 20% on socioeconomic grounds.

In this webinar, Dr. Santanu Guha is talking about What Changes Should be Done in the Feild of Preventive Cardiology

In this video, Dr. Santanu Guha, General Secretary, Cardiological Society of India, Professor & Head, Department of Cardiology, Medical College, Kolkata, will talk about the changes to be done in the field of preventive cardiology. He says that there should be programs available for uncontrolled hypertension, diabetes, etc. to be managed effectively. The current treatment modalities are not enough to manage the prevention of cardiovascular disease. A definite treatment should be planned for the high risk diseases. He will further talk about the guidelines on hypertension which are been formulated and are to be published.

Prof Dr. Lekha Adik Pathak, Head, Dept. of Cardiology, Nanavati Hospital, Mumbai, will discuss the management of heart attack in rural setting in this video. She says that early prevention can avoid heart diseases. There are lifestyle diseases like diabetes, hypertension, stress, etc. with the harmful risk factors in daily life such as smoking, sedentary lifestyle and family history. In case of emergency, the cardiac ambulance should be well-quipped with drugs, defibrillators and temporary pacemaker. A well trained doctor can thrombolysed the patient in the ambulance only. She will further talk about the management of the heart disease.

Dr. Prakash C Deedwania, Clinical Professor & Chief of Cardiology, University of California, San Francisco, USA, will discuss the prevention of heart disease. In India, the metabolic syndrome is due to westernized lifestyle such as westernized diet, lack of physical exercise and consumption of more calories. Consumption of more fats can lead to deposition of fats in the body. He talks about the prevention and management of heart diseases. In the case of stable angina, there is no need of revascularization in such patient, if he is asymptomatic and responding to medical treatment.

In this video, Dr. Upendra Kaul, Executive Director & Dean, Fortis Group of Hospitals, will talk that India's private sector or Government does not have a policy on venturing into the stent market in India. He says that things are changing rapidly. The first generations of the cardiovascular devices started from the west as they had the patents. Also, the research and development of such devices take lot of money. Stents in India came during 1989 – 90. There is always a competition regarding good quality or parameters are compared. He further says that one third of the stents used in the country are from Indian market.

Dr. Satyavan sharma, Professor & Head, Dept. of Cardiology, Bombay Hospital Institute of Medical Sciences will update on cardiac intervention in this video. He will discuss about coronary intervention and non-coronary intervention. Patients with acute coronary syndromes benefit most from coronary interventions. Intervention should be done in stable coronary artery disease patients when they no longer respond to medical treatment. If a patient is asymptomatic and can on his daily routine works then intervention is not necessary. He will further say that in acute myocardial infarct, the intervention should be kept simple and safe.

In this video, Dr. Anil Kumar, President, Asian Pacific Society of Cardiology, Hon. Prof. of Cardiology, Grant Medical College & J J Group of Hospitals, Mumbai, will talk about the issues in the medical profession being discussed on TV programs. Medical conferences are supported by industry nowadays. Many doctors attend the conferences because they are supported from others and doctors don’t spend their hard earned money. The number of government medical colleges have become less and private medical colleges are increasing. The government generally don’t support the medical updates or conferences or any news. He will further discuss how the doctors are dependent on pharmaceutical companies for any drugs update.

Dr IB Vijaylakshmi, Professor of Pediatric Cardiology, Sri Jayadeva Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences & Research, Bengaluru, will discuss when the family physicians should refer a patient with congenital and valvular heart diseases. She will discuss about Patent Foramen Ovale (PFO) which is generally not closed in India. If the young patient is symptomatic and has cryptogenic stroke or embolism. Unless indicated the PFO is not closed. She will also talk about the defect in the ventricular septum and its intervention. Large ventricular septum defect needs surgical intervention and small defects might close on its own. She further will explain about mitral valve and aortic valve intervention too.

In this video, Dr. Manatosh Panja, Dean, Indian College of Physicians will talk on the rising prevalence of coronary artery disease in India and its causes. He says that even if there are no risk factors, then perhaps genetic factors, environmental factors and lipoprotein (a) are the important host factors for heart disease. Insulin resistance is the most important factor. Abdominal obesity and sedentary lifestyle with no exercise are also the important factors for coronary artery disease. He will further discuss the preventive steps for CAD such as salt restriction, consume more amount of green vegetables and fruits. Also mustard oil is beneficial for preventing heart disease.

Prof (Dr) Anjan Lal Dutta, Director, Cardiology, Peerless Hospital, Kolkata, will discuss about a patient who had an angioplasty done a year ago has to be operated for gall bladder surgery and whether the antiplatelets should be stopped. He says that since it is one year so it is safe to stop one antiplatelet drug. Aspirin can be continued as it is quite compatible with major surgeries too. Gall bladder surgery can be done without stopping the aspirin. Clopidogrel should be stopped five days before the surgery. Before stopping the antiplatelets, certain things have to be checked by the cardiologists, which stents are used, age group, risk factors, etc. he will further discuss other surgical conditions also in which the clopidogrel has to be stopped.

In this video, Dr. Shishu Shankar Mishra, Professor & Director, Dept. of Cardiology, Hi-Tech Medical College & Hospital, Cuttack, will talk about surrogate markers of blockages in arteries. He will talk about the markers which are necessary in clinical practice, any interventions, or any cardiac events. A good sensitive echo machine can detect the vascular changes or the plaques developing in the arteries. He will further explain the parameters of these techniques done to detect any blockages. He will also tell the importance of exercise and lifestyle changes.

In this webinar,Dr Ashok K Omar is talking about Should 3D Echo Be Done as a Routine in Every Case?

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In this webinar,Dr Mandeep R Mehra is talking about What is diastolic dysfunction? Why is it so rampant in India?

In this webinar,Dr Rajiv Bajaj is talking about the Cardiological Society of India Recently Issued Guidelines for Prosthetic Valve. What Do These Guidelines Have to Say For a Patient, GP, MD Physician & DM Cardiology?

In this webinar,Dr Sameer Mehta is talking about In Intervention Cardiology, Even With Primary Angioplasty, The Results May Not Be Good Depending on the Hrombus Burden. How Can the Outcome Be Improved??

Dr. Sandeep K Mishra, Chairman National Intervention Council, Professor of Cardiology, AIIMS, New Delhi, will discuss about mitral valve. There are lot of patients having rheumatic heart disease and aortic stenosis and regurgitation patients, etc. he will talk on the new interventions to be done in such patients and there should be lot of studies done on Indian patients with structural heart diseases. He will discuss about the new therapies such as mitral valve clips etc. which are not affordable. He will further talk on renal denervation in details with its indication and criteria.

In this webinar, Dr Sandeep Singh is talking about When We Put a Stent?

n this webinar, Dr Ashish Malhotra is talking about Management of Dyslipidemia Before and After Intervention

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In this webinar, Dr. Dr NN Khanna is talking about Vascular Interventions in a Patient with Erectile Dysfunction

In this webinar, Dr RPS Bhardwaj is talking about Heart Diseases are An Epidemic in Our Society. How Can the Modifiable Risk Factors Be Controlled?

In this webinar, Dr Praveen Chandra is talking about What are the components of Stenting?

In this webinar,Dr Jamshed J Dalal is talking about Metabolic Drugs Used in the Management of Coronary Artery Disease

In this webinar,Dr (Prof) M Wali is talking about Available Avenues to the Poor to Reduce Heart Diseases in India

In this webinar, Dr. SC Manchanda is talking about Which Components of Diet Can Help in Regressing Heart Disease?

In this webinar, Dr. Dev B Pahlajani is talking about How to Diagnose a Heart Attack in a Patient With Chest Pain & When is it a Medical Emergency?

In this webinar, Dr. VK Bahl is talking about Management of Acute Heart Attack

In this webinar, Dr. (Hony Brigadier) GS Sainani is talking about Importance of Flow-Mediated Dilatation (FMD) in Early Detection of Coronary Artery Disease

In this webinar, Dr. Harsh Wardhan is talking about How Does CRT Device Assist in Improving Heart Function?

In this webinar, Dr. Mukesh Hariawala is talking about Is Angiogenesis Effective in Cardiac Patients?

In this webinar, Dr. SN Khanna is talking about Is When is Bypass Surgery Not Done in a Patient With Blockages in the Heart?

In this webinar, Dr. SN Khanna is talking about History of Electrophysiology in India

In this webinar, Dr. OP Yadav is talking about The Public Perception is That Redo Surgery is Very Difficult.Is This True?

In this webinar, Dr. Mandeep R Mehra is talking about Reducing, Preventing & Managing Certain Cardiac Deaths in Different Settings

In this webinar, Dr. H K Chopra is talking about What is the Cause of Metabolic Syndrome in India?

In this webinar, Dr. C Venkata S Ram is talking about the Limitations of JNC 7 Guidelines and Expectations From the New JNC Guidelines.

In this webinar, Prof (Dr) Vijay Trehan is talking about Revival of a Patient After Cardiac Arrest

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In this webinar, Dr. Sandeep Bansal is talking about Is Inappropriate Tachycardia Linked to Cardiac Death or With Heart Attack?

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