A family in abject poverty who’d spend every single pie on the treatment of their seven year old son DIVYANSHU who was burned by the impact of the current of high tension wire in Saraswati Vihar, Dehradun, now addmitted in Intensive Care Unit of Kailash hospital, having lost his full right hand is humbly appealing to the general public for financial support as the treatment requies about 11 lakh rupees.
The father of Divyanshu has so far paid Rs 4 to 5 lakhs to the hospital and left with nothing as he is earning a meagre monthly salary in his capacity as a driver in a private school. According to Arun Raturi a native of district Tehri Garhwal the local MLA of Raipur, Dehradun and the government of the state has so far not given a single pie as financial assistence or monetary compensation to the severely injured victim whose right hand got completely amputated n groaning in intolerable pain. Divyanshu is fighting the war between life and death in Kailash Hospital, Dehradun in extreme critical situation.
It may be recalled that on 6th of October after coming in contact with 11000 volt high tension wire 7 year old Divyanshu was horribly burnt and got his right hand amputated on 17th October, 2017. Under the care and constant monitoring of burns’ specialist Dr. Harish Chandra Ghildiyal at Kailash hospital Divyanshu’s treatment requires about 10 to 11 lakhs. The hapless family has already paid 4 to 5 lakhs having literally, nothingin their possesion except miseries. The family is in utter distress and have humbly requested for financial assistence for saving the life of their seven year old son battling for life.
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Sleep repairs damaged DNA: Indian neuroscientists support Israeli study
Sharing views on the findings of the Israeli study that confirms that sleep helps in repairing the damaged DNA thus improving brain performance. The study published in the ‘Nature Communications’ journal by the researchers from the Bar-Ilan University in Israel reveals that DNA breaks/damages in the brain cells during the day time and this damage is reduced during the sleep. Agreeing with the study findings, Indian neuroscientist says that this explains the several brain disorders caused by sleep deprivation.
“We have already known that sleep loss can lead to irreversible brain damage. Any sleep disturbance for longer durations will affect brain performance and will even lead to aging. Sleep leads to detox of brain i.e., removal of the brain’s waste so that it gets ready for more information the next day as it helps with ‘memory consolidation’. The findings of this study align with the concept of brain’s waste disposal system and thus it is highly likely that the DNA gets repaired in sleep,” said Dr Vikas Pareek, Senior research scholar, National Brain Research Centre.
DNA damage can be caused by many processes including radiation, oxidative stress, and even neuronal activity. DNA repair systems within each cell correct this damage. The study findings show that during wakefulness, DNA damage consistently accumulates and can reach unsafe levels. The role of sleep is to normalize the levels of DNA damage in every single neuron (brain cell).
Using 3D time-lapse imaging techniques in live zebrafish, the researchers were able to define sleep and show that single neurons require sleep in order to perform nuclear maintenance.
“Human brain can store only limited information before it requires rest. Without this sleep, there is a huge risk of losing memories as the brain does not get enough repair or rest time to take in more information. This study clears the foggy reasons on why the brain does not work properly in lack of sleep,” said Dr Ashutosh Kumar, Clinical Researcher, All India Institute of Medical Sciences.
Diabetic people likely to have heart disease at early age: Doctor
Mahipal (name changed), a 40-year-old was having a mild irritation and burning in his stomach. At the hospital, doctors told him that he had suffered a major heart attack. Angiography revealed that three of his arteries had major blockage for which he had to undergo bypass surgery. His family members could not understand why Mahipal had suffered a heart attack at a young age. Although they were aware that he had diabetes but were clueless about the correlation between heart disease and diabetes.
As per doctors, diabetes is not just about high blood sugar levels. “People with diabetes tend to develop heart disease at a younger age than people without diabetes. In adults, with diabetes, the most common causes of death are heart disease and stroke. Adults with diabetes are nearly twice as likely to die from heart disease or stroke as people without diabetes,” Dr Amit Gupta, a senior interventional cardiologist at Shalby Hospital said. “
Around 25 percent people with diabetes have Diabetic Heart Disease (DHD). It may include diabetic cardiomyopathy, coronary heart disease (CHD) or heart failure. Diabetic cardiomyopathy is a disease that damages the structure and function of the heart. This disease can lead to heart failure and arrhythmias, even in people who have diabetes but don’t have CHD,” added Dr Gupta.
India is the diabetic capital of the world and diabetes is the fastest growing disease as 7.2 crore cases recorded in 2017 and the figure is expected to nearly double by 2025. As per doctors, people who have type-1 or type-2 diabetes can develop DHD. The risk increases with the higher blood sugar level. “Diabetes is a disease in which the body’s blood glucose (sugar) level is too high. Over time, high blood glucose from diabetes can damage blood vessels and the nerves that control heart and blood vessels,” said Dr Gupta.
Lifestyle changes and medicines can prevent the risk. Physical activity helps to control blood sugar level and reduce stress. Diabetics need to follow a healthy diet, rich in vegetables, whole grains, fruits and fat-free milk products. Consumption of simple carbohydrates and trans-fat foods should be avoided.
Physical activity helps to control blood sugar level and reduce stress. Diabetics need to follow a healthy diet, rich in vegetables, whole grains, fruits and fat-free milk products. Consumption of simple carbohydrates and trans-fat foods should be avoided.
DNA likely to help predict how long a person will live: Study
According to a study, analyzing the DNA may help predict whether a person will live longer or die sooner than average.
Researchers at the University of Edinburgh in the UK analyzed the combined effect of genetic variations that influence lifespan to produce a scoring system.
People who score in the top 10 per cent of the population might expect to live up to five years longer than those who score in the lowest 10 per cent, they said.
The findings, published in the journal eLife, also revealed fresh insights into diseases and the biological mechanisms involved in aging.
“If we take 100 people at birth, or later, and use our lifespan score to divide them into ten groups, the top group will live five years longer than the bottom on average,” said Peter Joshi from the University of Edinburgh’s Usher Institute.
The researchers looked at genetic data from more than half a million people alongside records of their parents’ lifespan.
Some 12 areas of the human genome were pinpointed as having a significant impact on lifespan, including five sites that have not been reported before, according to the study.
The DNA sites with the greatest impact on overall lifespan were those that have previously been linked to fatal illnesses, including heart disease and smoking-related conditions, researchers said.
“We found that the genes that affect the brain and the heart are responsible for most of the variation in lifespan,” said Paul Timmers, a Ph.D. student at the Usher Institute.
However, genes that have been linked to other cancers, not directly associated with smoking, did not show up in this study, the researchers said.
This suggests that susceptibility to death caused by these cancers is either a result of rarer genetic differences in affected people or social and environmental factors, they said.
The researchers had hoped to discover genes that directly influence how quickly people age. They say that if such genes exist, their effects were too small to be detected in this study.
Rajasthan: Gross carelessness in delivery, baby’s body splits into two
In case of gross negligence during the delivery by medical personnel in the government hospital of Ramgarh district Jaisalmer, a newborn baby’s body was split into two, when medical staff pulled it out with brute force during delivery.
The, Human Rights Commission Chairman Prakash Tatia has taken congizance of the case and has sought factual report from Jaisalmer SP and CMHO till February 11. Health Minister Raghu Sharma has also directed a probe into the matter and has sought the report in 7 days.
Incidentally, in this heartbreaking episode, the woman’s delivery was done by two male nurses in the Ramgarh Hospital. One nurse allegedly yanked at the child’s feet and the other tried to deliver the child forcefully resulting in the child’s trunk separating from the head, sources said.
The medical staff did not tell the family and the woman was referred to Jaisalmer. From there, she was sent to Jodhpur to Ummed Hospital, where the head of the baby was taken out by doctors and only then the case of this negligence was revealed.
After the shocking disclosure, the woman’s husband filed a case against the hospital staff at the Ramgarh police station, sources said.
According to information received from Ramgarh, Diksha, wife of Trilok Singh Bhati, was taken to the hospital three days earlier when she was in labour.
When the male nurses reportedly blundered during the delivery of child, they made the cardinal sin of not informing the parents of the case and instead, referred the matter to the Jaisalmer hospital. The patient and the family were not informed about this, and Jaisalmer Hospital referred the matter to Jodhpur hospital saying that a dead child was born but the umbilical cord was left behind.
Dr Ravindra Sankhala, doctor at Jawahar Hospital in Jaisalmer was informed by the Ramgarh hospital staff that the woman delivered a child, but the cord is left inside. At one o’clock at night, Dr Sankhala tried to remove the umbilical cord, but when he sensed something is amiss, he decided to first stabilize the health of the woman and then referred her to Jodhpur.Doctors at Jodhpur’s Umaid Hospital got to know about the botch-up during operation and informed her husband, who then approached police.A case was filed under IPC sections 304 A (causing death by negligence) and 336 (act endangering life or personal safety) against two staffers of the Ramgarh hospital.
Diksha said that when she was brought to the hospital for childbirth, there was no doctor there, nor were any female nurses present. Only two male nurses were on duty there she said before speaking of her ordeal.
She said the male nurses told her to leave for Jaisalmer Hospital after the botch-up.
Police have started the investigation by registering the case. When the medical staff were interrogated, the police were handed over the part of the body. Today the police has conducted the post-mortem of the child’s head and body at Ramgarh hospital.
Health minister Dr Raghu Sharma said the incident was unfortunate and such things will not be tolerated. “I have asked district CMHO to investigate the matter and file the factual report within 7 days. Strict action will be taken against those who would be found guilty.” he said.
Uttarakhand minister Subodh operated in AIIMS, Delhi. Recuperating post surgery.
Uttarakhand’s agriculture minister Subodh Uniyal has been addmitted in All India Institute of Mdical Sciences, New Delhi since the last three days.
Uniyal was was addmitted in AIIMS with an ailment of Hernia. He was operated on 9th January. Though the surgery was successful but post operation his blood pressure came down to 40 and was revived thereafter after the best efforts of the doctor.
Now he is under the regular monitoring of the specialists in the ICU in the private ward of All India Institute of Medical Sciences and his health condition is stated to be stable.
The Uttarakhand chief minister Trivendra Singh Rawat visited AIIMS and stayed with ailing minister for fifteen minutes enquiring about his well being.
Several other politicians n his friends visited him at AIIMS to know about his health condition.
The old friends of Subodh Uniyal, Surya Kant Dhasmana, Vice President of Uttarakhand Pradesh Congress Committee and the president of Uttarakhand Journalists Forum Sunil Negi, senior advocate Balbir Luthiyagi, Rakesh Dhasmana and others also visited him n wished him speedy recovery.
Keeping in view the risk of infection observing increasing visits by the ailing minister’s well wishers, the doctors have shifted him in the ICU under regular medical monitoring restraining visits of his accquaintainces.
Uniyal will be in the hospital for couple of days more till he is fully recovered.
There is a link between obesity and the ability to smell: Study
Not many people would have thought that obesity and the ability to smell are related. But in an interesting study, a surprising link has been discovered by a team of researchers from the University of Otago in New Zealand. A sample of around 1,500 individuals were gathered for the purpose of the study.
“After compiling our evidence, we found there is, in fact, a strong link between a person’s body weight and their smell ability – the better a person can smell, the more likely the person is to be slim, or vice versa,” says Dr Mei Peng, lead author of the study, according to a report in the Medical News Daily.
Adding that smell plays a vital role when it comes to choosing our flavours and our foods, Dr Peng said, “For example, they might choose, or be more attracted to, saltier and tastier foods such as bacon and maple syrup instead of blander foods, such as low-fat cereal with less sugar.”
The researchers concluded from the study that people who have obesity or were closer to it had a reduced ability to smell flavours. Based on these findings, as per Medical News Daily, it was induced that obesity “alters a person’s metabolism, which affects communication pathways between the gut and brain”.
To connect the link between the gut and brain, researchers considered the effects of two surgical obesity treatments – stomach removal and gastric bypass. “Cutting the stomach could change nerves in the stomach that affect the gut-brain pathway, so smell changes could be the key to the difference between the two surgeries — essentially, the smaller size of the stomach might not be the factor that leads to weight loss, it is more likely due to the gut-brain pathway being reset,” Dr Peng concludes.
World’s first baby born via uterus transplanted from dead donor
In a medical first, a mother who received a uterus transplant from a dead donor gave birth to a healthy baby, researchers reported Wednesday.
The breakthrough operation, performed two years ago in Brazil, shows that such transplants are feasible and could help thousands of women unable to have children due to uterine problems, according to a study published in The Lancet medical journal.The baby girl was born in September 2016 in Sao Paolo.
Until recently, the only options available to women with so-called uterine infertility were adoption or the services of a surrogate mother.The first successful childbirth following uterine transplant from a living donor took place in 2013 in Sweden, and there have been 10 others since then.But there are far more women in need of transplants than there are potential live donors, so doctors wanted to find out if the procedure could work using the uterus of a woman who had died.
Ten attempts were made — in the United States, the Czech Republic, and Turkey — before the success reported Wednesday.Infertility affects 10- to 15 per cent of couples.Of this group, one in 500 women have problems with their uterus — due, for example, to a malformation, hysterectomy, or infection — that prevent them from becoming pregnant and carrying a child to term.”Our results provide a proof-of-concept for a new option for women with uterine infertility,” said Dani Ejzenberg, a doctor at the teaching hospital of the University of Sao Paulo.He describing the procedure as a “medical milestone”.
“The number of people willing and committed to donate organs upon their own death are far larger than those of live donors, offering a much wider potential donor population,” he said in a statement.The 32-year-old recipient was born without a uterus as a result of a rare syndrome.Four months before the transplant, she had in-vitro fertilisation resulting in eight fertilised eggs, which were preserved through freezing.The donor was a 45-year-old woman who died from a stroke.
Her uterus was removed and transplanted in surgery that lasted more than ten hours.The surgical team had to connect the donor’s uterus with the veins, arteries, ligaments, and vaginal canal of the recipient.To prevent her body from rejecting the new organ, the woman was given five different drugs, along with antimicrobials, anti-blood clotting treatments, and aspirin.After five months, the uterus showed no sign of rejection, ultrasound scans were normal, and the woman was menstruating regularly.
The fertilised eggs were implanted after seven months. Ten days later, doctors delivered the good news: she was pregnant.Besides a minor kidney infection — treated with antibiotics — during the 32nd week, the pregnancy was normal. After nearly 36 weeks a baby girl weighing 2.5 kilogrammes (about six pounds) was delivered via caesarean section.
Mother and baby left the hospital three days later.The transplanted uterus was removed during the C-section, allowing the woman to stop taking the immunosuppressive drugs.At age seven months and 12 days — when the manuscript reporting the findings was submitted for publication — the baby was breastfeeding and weighed 7.2 kilogrammes.
“We must congratulate the authors,” commented Dr. Srdjan Saso, an honorary clinical lecturer in obstetrics and gynaecology at Imperial College London, describing the findings as “extremely exciting”.Richard Kennedy, president of the International Federation of Fertility Societies, also welcomed the announcement but sounded a note of caution.”Uterine transplant is a novel technique and should be regarded as experimental,” he said.
Medanta, Medicity, sets a new record ! 98 year old Iraqi citizen is healthy after coronary cardiac surgery !
There was a time three decades ago when cardi vascular surgeries in India were next to impossible rather extremely negligible and majority of the heart patients needing urgent surgeries either went abroad to US incurring large expenditures or resigned to fate.
The rich, affluents and the politicians under government support went abroad for complex heart surgeries thus enhancing their life spans. I fondly remember late H. N. Bahuguna had gone to cleveland n Houston USA and got operated for his serious heart ailment twice but was hard lucked and met his sad end in 1989 during his second surgery in 1989 .
Today heart surgeries are very commen in India and almost all the government and private hospitals are fully equipped with the latest techniques n hi tech machines and cardio vascular surgeries have become very common with extremely high success rates in a package from 1.5 to 3.5 lakhs differing from hospital to hospital. Planting of stents clearing the blockages in heart arteries is a common phenomena these days where as few decades ago the mortality rate was too high with heart patients dying of cardiac arrests for want of surgeries and planting of stents.
But despite all this performing heart surgeries on senior citizens above the age of 70, 80 or even above it, is still a highly ( usually) challenging task which the cardiac surgeons usually avoid depending upon the physical, mental and psychological conditions of the old aged patients whose heart muscles usually become weak and therefore not prone for successful heart surgeries.
In India cases of heart transplants have also been successful which are rare. But despite all these odds and highly challenging surgeries of heart of the octogenerians or patients with more age, the Gurugram hospital Medanta, Medicity, a multispeciality hospital, owned by a renowned cardiac surgeon Naresh Trehan has successfully conductd a heart surgery on a 98 year old patient of Iraq who’d come here for treatment clearing his four blocked heart arteries, thus making history for the first time.
According to Jagran a 98 year old patient of severe heart ailment suffering from blockages in four arteries namely Mohammed Kadim Sayeed was successfully operated in Medanta, Medicity a super speciality hospital, specilized in cardio vascular surgeries. Being an overaged patient nearing 100, it was really a herculean task for the surgeons to conduct the heart operation of Sayeed with four heart arteries blocked.
According the globally renowned heart surgeon Naresh Trehan, Medanta has established a record of sort by conducting this 100% successful coronary by pass heart surgery on a 98 year old patient clearing his all the four arteries of the blockages which led to acute chest pains to the patient. Trehan said conducting surgery on a 98 year old patient is a highly risky proposition in which chances of success and survival are very negligible.
He assured that after this successful surgery of 98 year old Iraq citizen Mohammed Kadim Sayeed the patient is completely healthy and in sound physique. It may be recalled that the 72 year old Dr. Naresh Trehan is a Padma Shri recepient and also the recipient of several other coveted awards.
He graduated from the Kings Medical College, Lucknow and thereafter went to US for higher medical studies. Dr. Trehan served as a cardiac surgeon in US for several years until the then prime minister Rajiv Gandhi requested him to come to India ans serve the countrymen. He conducted several successful surgeries in Escorts, Okhakala, New Delhi before establishing the Medanta, medicity super speciality hospital in Gurugram. Dr. Trehan gives concessions to poor patients who can’t afford for their critical surgeries.
Delhi literally becomes a gas chamber on Deepawali midnight
DELHI BECOMES THE TOXIC GAS CHAMBER ON DEEPAWALI MIDNIGHT FLOUTING THE APEX COURTS’ ORDERS
There had been an open and outright violation of the Supreme Court’s verdict on using fire crackers on the Deepawali night in Delhi defying the 8 to 10 PM limit to 12 O clock n even ahead of that till 1.00 AM with bursting of crackers goung unabated in whole of Delhi with the law enforcing agencies, particularly the police agencies literally doing nothing or negligible to enforce the court’s directives. There have been instances of 99 percent increase in the Air Quality Index in certain areas of Delhi at 11.00 PM on 7th November with Delhites not able to breathe properly especially those suffering from the respiratory disorders, lungs ailments, tuber ulosis, various cardiological disorders and cancer.
If one goes through the statistics or horrible table of AQI of yesterday night one would be shocked to learn that even in posh areas like Greater Kailash, Cannaught Place, Jangpura Lajpat Nagar, and semi reputed locations like Rohini, Wazirpur, Model Town, Mukerjee Nagar, Prashant Vihar, Shalimar Bagh, Hastsal, Uttam Nagar, Shastri Nagar, Uttari Pritam Pura and Deepali etc etc the PM 2.5 level has crossed above 15000 points to 2200 points creating tremendous difficulties for Delhiyes and the residents of the NCR to breathe. In Shastri Nagar near Anand Parbat the AQI went up to 2247 level.
However due to the winds’ flow in.the morning the skies had been cleared of the toxic gases up to some extent bringing considerable relief for the Delhites. There have been several incidents of fire in Delh8 causing tremendous losses but no casualty was reported, thankfully. Even most prestigious vicinities’ like Chanakyapuri and Major Dhyan Chand Stadium area witnessed AQI at 999 and 454 measured as the immensely polluted levels.
In fact of we go by the AQI table posted by ANI in its twitter handle Delhi has definitely become a gas chamber already suffering from green house gases emissions, grave vehicular pollution emanating out of 80 lakh two, three and four wheelers plyong on Delhi roads oncluding the construction pollution, gases coming out of airconditioners, stubble burning and diesal emissions from vehicles and thousands of trucks passing through Delhi on daily basis to other states.
Delhi is inhabitated majorly by population in the 80 percent of the areas which does not come under the posh and standarised locations and they are the one who’d actually suffered due tp tbe bDly worsening AQI having crossed from 1500 PM 2.5 points to 2400 points, especially on the Deepavali day flouting the honourable supreme court verdict. This is utterly shameful.
Delhi actually requires maximum number of tree plantations and simutaneous water conservation on a mass scale as the incessant development of Delhi has witnessed large scale felling of trees affecting badly the Delhi’s environmental scenerio.
The CPCB, the union and Delhi governments including the environment ministeries alongwith the corporate sectors, public indertakings and all the stake holders should come together cumulatively and devise ways and means to make Delhi gree amd get rid of the increading pollution in a phased manner through various mobilisation campaigns and reduction in the vehicular n other forms of pollutions.
What’s your take friends?.
Shame on we Delhites?
SHAME ON WE DELHITES ?
Despite the stringent directives of the Supreme Court of India restricting Delhites to use fire crackers only for two hours from eight to ten PM on the Diwali day i. e. today the 7th of November, hardly had an impact to any extent in controlling the sound and fire cracker pollution emanating toxic gases adding to the already existing pollution in the capital city of India, Delhi and its surroundings, the national capital region viz Gurugram, Noida etc.
Deepawali is the most ancient festival of the majority community in India and worldwide where ever the Hindus live celebrated with utmost gaiety and fervour.
But the increasing global warming and the worsening climatic conditions and environment due to the rapidly and multiply enhancing pollution due to green house emissions, pollution from construction activities, stubble burning in Haryana n UP flouting court’s orders , factory emissions, emmisions from the 80 lakh odd vehicles in Delhi including thousands of Diesal trucks that pass through the Delhi territory, emission through millions of air conditions during the summer and of course the Diwali emissions that breaks all records, have finally compelled the Supreme court issue directives curtailing fire cracking limit on Deepawali for just two hours from 8 to 10 AM.
I personally kept a tab to watch whether the Supreme court’s moratorium on fire crackers would be abided by the citizens of Delhi or not. I was however satisfied that till 10.20 PM atleast 65 to 70 percent of the people stopped using fire crackers with thirty percent still busy defying the court’s order.
Being the festival season it’s next to impossible for the police personel and the department to curb this menace fully as it has to deal with serious crimes as well and the staff too is on Deepawali holiday.
It’s actually the people who are to be blamed. Sounds shocking and worrisome that majority of the population of the capital city is educated and well aware of the apex court’s orders as well as the anguishing situation of the enhancing pollution levels leading to various hazardous deseases taking place and causing unparalleled harm to the patients of critical illnesses, heart deseases, patients of lung infections, asthmatic patients, patients inflicted with tuberculosis and cancers etc but the rich and influential are still showing their money power and hostile prestige in exploding more and more fire crackers not only des – respecting and openly flouting the court’s orders but also making thousands of Delhites die of various pollution oriented physical n mental disorders.
Just about two weeks’ ago the Air Quality Index was the highest to 426 PM 2.5 in the capital making peoples’ lives hell to respirate and live comfortably.
Just imagine what will happen after Deepawali when thousands, even lakhs of tons of fire crackers emanate unacounted amount of pollution in our environment already having become toxic and not prone for healthy living.
Now enough is enough. For God Sake give up the crackers, once for all. Now its 45 minutes over 10 PM, I could easily hear fire crackers being exploded again with full speed and against the open dereliction of the Apex Court’s orders. Shame on we Delhites. The Supreme Court of India should take suo motto cognizance of this violation and call the chief secretary Delhi and the Delhi Police Commissioner to respond on this?
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