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What and what not to eat after KTP

 

Good nutrition and a balanced diet go a long way in disease prevention and betterment of life in general. It is beneficial for humans to adhere to a well-defined diet plan with a well- rounded intake of carbs, proteins, healthy fats, minerals and fibres.

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Eight common form mistakes which are wrecking your workout

 

Exercise has several benefits like improving fitness, cardiovascular function, body movement, joint strength and much more.....

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What smoking does to your body

What smoking does to your body

 

Smoking is probably the worst form of addiction, owing to its deteriorated effects on health. Cigarette smoke contains more than thousands of harmful chemicals apart from nicotine, soot and tar, which has the potential to affect almost all the organ systems of the human body and leads to various types of cancer.

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Life after Kidney Transplant

Life after Kidney Transplant

 

At the time of discharge your nephrologist, transplant surgeon will counsel the patient, donor and the family regarding the strict compliance of medications and regular follow up.

For a successful kidney transplant outcome most, the important thing is disciplined lifestyle and stent removal after 2 weeks of discharge.

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Kidney Transplantation

All about Kidney Transplantation

 

In kidney transplant, a healthy kidney is placed from a healthy living donor or a brain dead (Deceased / Cadaver) donor. After transplant most of the time the patient is discharged after 1 week and donor is discharged after 3 days. Patient has to take medications regularly and strictly follow advice of nephrologist and follow a healthy lifestyle. One has to check his maintain his blood pressure and sugars and do regular investigations as advised by the doctor.

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Common myths and facts around Cataracts

 

Fact Cataract cannot spread from one eye to another. It is the clouding of our natural lens, which happens after injury, with age, high blood sugars etc.

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What is Bone Bruise?

 

Bones are tissues that continuously break and rebuild in tiny amounts. It is extremely important to keep the bones healthy, they provide a frame to the body, protects vital organs and helps one walk or run. Bones normally reach their peak bone mass by the age of 30.

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Common Soccer Injuries

 

Soccer injuries are can either be acute or collective. Acute injuries are traumatic in nature andare caused by a fall or a blow. Cumulative injuries happen when repetitive stress on a muscle, joint, or connective tissue starts gradually worsening aches and physical impairment. Knowing about such injuries is the first step to stopping them.

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gout

GOUT

 

Gout is a form of arthritis that causes sudden, severe attacks of pain, tenderness, redness, warmth, and swelling (inflammation) in some joints. It often affects one joint at a time, but may affect a few or even many. The large toe is most often affected, but gout can also affect other joints in the leg (knee, ankle, foot) and less often in the arms (hand, wrist, and elbow). The spine is rarely affected.

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Winters & Pollution Risk for Cardiac Patients

 

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. India is facing an epidemic of coronary heart disease. In countries like India the disease is starting and affecting younger population

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Labour and Delivery

Labour and Delivery

 

Pregnancy and childbirth is a wonderful journey and being knowledgeable and flexible will empower you and your spouse to gracefully welcome the little bundle of joy to the world and the long wait of nine months is over. Your bags are packed for the hospital and you have a birthing plan discussed with your doctor. While you are getting ready for the big day, we will discuss some basic terms and management of labour and delivery.

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Kidney Stones

Kidney Stones

 

Kidney stones are extremely common urinary tract disorder, it affects men twice than women and possibility increases after the age of 40. Risk of kidney stones may be less, but can’t be completely avoided in children and teenagers. Stone disease is in the form of hard deposits of minerals and salts. These deposits may seem like little stones and normally vary in size.

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Bladder Cancer

Bladder Cancer

 

Bladder or urinary bladder is kind of hollow muscular sac, situated at the base of the pelvis in the lower abdominal area.It’s connected side by side with Ureters (Tube that pass urine from both kidneys to bladder). The other side bladder is connected with Urethra 

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General eye care

General eye care

 

With our changing lifestyles a new plethora of eye diseases have cropped up. An understanding of these with a few lifestyle modifications we can ensure continued health of this very precious part of our body – our eyes...

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