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Working to ‘End Malaria For Good’ this World Malaria Day
Apr 25, 2018 08:3025 April of every year is marked as World Malaria Day. Initiated by The UN, the point of World Malaria Day is to assess the situation of the disease around the planet and take better steps to plan control of the same. The goal is to make a malaria-free world.
Negative Effects of Over Eating
Apr 21, 2018 10:16It is hard to imagine a life without food. However, a right quantity and balanced nutrition is what makes us healthy. Overeating can affect us due to mood changes, concerns about appearance, weight concerns or irregular eating habits. Here, we discuss different fall-outs and symptoms of over eating.
Advances in Treatment of Trigeminal Neuralgia – The Suicide Disease
Apr 20, 2018 11:37Trigeminal neuralgia is a chronic pain experienced as sudden and severe episodes of stabbing or shock-like pain in the face. Learn more about how medical and surgical advances offer relief from facial pain and pain anxiety.
Body’s Clock & Your Health
Apr 17, 2018 16:07The profound way to stay healthy is by living in harmony with the body’s clock. Your body’s clock not only promotes growth and development of different organs and tissues, but also forewarns you of the health issues and conditions you may confront on neglecting your health. For setting your body’s clock right, you should start listening to your body’s voices and act accordingly.
Advanced Radiosurgery to treat brain tumors without opening the skull
Apr 12, 2018 15:38Stereotactic radiosurgery enables non-invasive and bloodless approach in treating brain tumor. Dr. Ravi Suman Reddy, neurosurgeon, Yashoda Hospitals, explains stereotactic radiosurgery as an advancing technique in the treatment of benign brain tumors, vascular and nerve disorders of spine and brain.
Facts about iMRI aided surgeries for brain tumour and diseases
Apr 06, 2018 16:40Intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging (iMRI) is one of the latest and cutting edge technology in neurosurgery. Magnified image and minute detailing of the brain help the neurosurgeon in easy visualization, enabling complete removal of brain anomalies, superior outcomes and faster recovery.
An insight into respiratory diseases and their clinical presentation
Apr 04, 2018 13:59Respiratory diseases, infections and disorders can affect anyone, whether you smoke or not, are allergic to specific elements, immune compromised or otherwise. Yashoda Hospitals breaks down the major types of respiratory diseases based on the regions of respiratory system they affect.
Deep brain stimulation for Parkinson’s Disease
Mar 24, 2018 13:22Deep brain stimulation surgery is a recent innovation that is indicated for Parkinson’s symptoms responsive to medicines. DBS improves moderate disability in patients who are cognitively intact. Patients who experience "on-off medication" states or dyskinesias are good candidates for DBS surgery.
Understanding brain tumours
Mar 21, 2018 17:24Today, as brain tumors are on the rise, it is essential to understand what they are and how they can affect the human body. But there are other risk factors like a small number of cases have been documented in medical history where there are families that have several members with brain tumours. But this number is very less. What exactly causes a brain tumour in some patients and not in others is still being studied.
Heart Diseases and Cardiac Arrest in Women
Mar 12, 2018 15:53Heart diseases still stand tall as the leading cause of death and disability worldwide. Usually, because of poor or late diagnosis and choices of treatment, heart diseases are not effectively managed in India. The warning signs may vary person to person. While men experience chest pain and discomfort as major warning signs, women experience certain symptoms that are not related to heart.
I came from Nigeria to Yashoda Hospitals in India on the recommendation of doctors for a spinal cord surgery. I had trouble walking because of the pain, but now I feel that everything will be okay. Thank you to all the doctors and the nurses for the professional medical treatment that was given and for making our stay comfortable.
I am Abiodun Isa Yuguda, wife of the Isa Yuguda, the governor of the Bauchi State in Nigeria. I have been to many hospitals in Africa and India and I find that Yashoda Hospitals is a truly well established hospitals offering only the best possible medical treatment to it’s patients. The doctors, the nurses, the technology used and cost effective treatment make this one of the best hospitals I’ve visited in India.
We brought my father to Yashoda Hospitals for a Knee Replacement Surgery. Thanks to all the doctors and the staff here that took care of him so well. We are indebted to the doctor who performed the surgery for his expertise. My father is now able to walk properly. Thank you Yashoda Hospitals.
I came to Yashoda Hospitals from Tanzania because it was recommended by the doctors from there. The treatment that I received during the kidney surgeries and the care I received after made me very happy. I would like to thank my doctor and his team for the professional and expert attention I received in the duration and I am pleased to encourage others to consider the same.