Medical Education and Bhopal’s Gas Tragedy Minister Vishwas Saran says diseases such as diabetes, heart attacks and high blood pressure can be largely avoided by adopting a good lifestyle and regular routines. , should provide excellent medical facilities to patients at the lowest possible rates. Urban doctors need to step forward to serve in villages and remote areas and improve the health of those there.
Minister Saran opened the two-day 20th National Conference on Heart and Diabetes at a local hotel on Saturday. Specialists from different states of India attended the conference. Dr. Padmashree Randeep Gleria, Director of AIIMS Delhi, said that the Covid epidemic has caused a lot of damage to the country, but with your cooperation, our country has overcome it. We are currently seeing very few Covid cases. Mumbai’s Sheela Nayan Mytara also gave a speech.
Dr. NN of Apollo Hospital Delhi Khanna said that an innovative method can effectively cure stiff veins in the legs. Dr. Ashwini Mehta of Ganga Ram Hospital Delhi described medicines that reduce blood viscosity. Dr. Smt. Shaila Mitra said sepsis is curable if caught early, but can prove fatal if delayed. said to have good results in preventing premature death.
Organizing Committee Chair Dr PC Manoria said one in three adults in the country has high blood pressure, one in five has diabetes and one in three has cholesterol. Three million people have a heart attack every year, and he has one heart attack every 15 minutes. Heart attack is a lifestyle disease and can be controlled with good lifestyle habits.
Dr. Manolia said if you want to stay healthy until you’re 80, adopt the 80 basic mantras. That is, waist circumference 80 cm, blood sugar 80 mg, blood pressure less than 80, LDL cholesterol 80 mg, distance from smoker 80 meters, heart rate. 80 times per minute, polluted environment he shall not exceed 80 dB. Heart attack and paralysis patients take 80 mg aspirin and Etruba tablets.
Dr. Pankaj Manoria said a new era has begun with the use of intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) and optical coherence tomography (OCT) in angioplasty for heart attack patients. These allow easy detection of correct placement of stents implanted in the arteries of the heart. Dr. Roshan Chanchlani proposed a vote of thanks.