Association of Healthcare Providers Mull Over Issues of Preventing Diseases

New Delhi: Association of Healthcare Providers of India (AHPI) organised the 6th Annual Workshop - AHPI Global Conclave on Feb 15-16 at Kaushambi’s Hotel Radisson Blu. The workshop started on Friday morning. Ahead of the workshop Director General, Girdhar Gyani asked the attendees to observe a minute silence to pay homage to martyred CRPF personnel in Pulwama.  More than 200 hospital administrators, senior managers and doctors attended the event.

Awards were also given to the institutes doing excellent work in the field of Healthcare and medicine in this workshop. In the prize distribution ceremony, Union Minister of State for Defense, General VK Singh and Rajya Sabha MP Dr Anil Agarwal were present. Yashoda Superspeciality Hospital Kaushambi won the title of best hospital for higher nursing services at the award ceremony. This award was received by Ms Rama Chhetri, the nursing head of Yashoda Hospital, with her other nursing colleagues from General VK Singh.


Pulmonary Diseases Physician from Ghaziabad Accorded Global Honour

New Delhi: Dr.Arjun Khanna who is a chest physician at Yashoda Superspeciality hospital Kaushambi, Ghaziabad has bagged the coveted Global Rising Star in Pulmonary Medicine award at the 6th International workshop on Lung Health organised at Nice, France in January 2019. He was selected amongst many global competitors based on his academic records and scientific paper presentations. After a difficult selection process where many interesting abstracts of researches came from all over the world and were evaluated, the board decided to present Dr Arjun Khanna the Rising Stars of the 6th International Workshop on Lung Health.

The Rising Stars had the opportunity to present their valuable work for the first time in front of an International audience and Dr Arjun Khanna was one of them to present his research on 19th January, 2019 at Nice, on behalf of our country. Dr Khanna presented his data on Bio-mass fuel associated COPD which affects many Indian ladies who cook on angithis and chullahs. Most of the patients are unsuspecting non smoker females. The diagnosis of COPD is commonly missed in these patients, they present late in the course of disease and have poor health seeking behavior.


Heart Doctors Have The Most Hazardous Occupation In The World

There isn’t any such thing as an ordinary life.

– Lucy Maud Montgomery

Sacrifice is part of the great tradition of medicine, a tradition that compels doctors into one of the most hazardous occupations. The list of dangers is actually quite long; risk for communicable illnesses, both common and rare; workplace violence both physical and verbal, stresses that lead to extremely high rates of burnout, depression, substance abuse and suicide that outpace other professions ( of similar level of education, gender, generation) but also some serious occupational hazards and injuries like the radiation injury. Each and every practicing doctor has been touched by these issues, either directly or as witness, however, individuals entering the profession often have limited understanding of the potential long-term consequences that are often understated or ignored.


Yashoda Super Specialty Hospital Kaushambi, Ghaziabad Awarded The Prestigious Business Award

New Delhi: Yashoda Super Specialty Hospital, Kaushambi’s Director Mrs Upasana Arora, during a program organized here on saturday announced that the CII -Exim Bank Award-2018, the most prestigious award in the business sector, conferred by the Confederation of Indian Industries every year since 1997 to  small and medium-sized business companies in the field of Business Excellence has been awarded in  a ceremony held in Bangalore on 24th November to Yashoda Super Specialty Hospital Kaushambi, Ghaziabad in the Platinum category of that award.

Rajya Sabha MP Dr Anil Agarwal, while interacting with the management, doctors and all the staff of Yashoda Super Specialty Hospital Kaushambi, said that it was very special and delightful news for the city of Ghaziabad. This award to the hospital of a trans-Hindan area has illuminated the name of Ghaziabad in the whole country. Dr Agarwal also said that not only for Ghaziabad but Yashoda Hospital has brought fame for Uttar Pradesh


With Bad Air Persisting, Doctors Advise Further Precautions

New Delhi: Dr KK Pandey, Senior Chest and Allergy Specialist (Pulmonologist) at Yashoda Super Speciality Hospital, Kaushambi, Ghaziabad speaking about the Bad Air Pollution in Delhi NCR has said that even healthy people can experience health impacts from polluted air including respiratory irritation or breathing difficulties during exercise or outdoor activities.

Dr Pandey said that the current situation of bad air was due to Ground-level Ozone which is formed when volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and oxides of nitrogen (NOx) react with the Sun's ultraviolet rays. The primary source of VOCs and NOx was mobile sources, including cars, trucks, buses, construction equipment and agricultural equipment.