लखनऊ, 22 जुलाई (आईएएनएस)। शाहजहांपुर जिले के डॉक्टरों द्वारा ऑपरेशन के दौरान महिला के पेट में कपड़ा छोडने के बाद एक महिला को गंभीर हालत में किंग जॉर्ज मेडिकल यूनिवर्सिटी (केजीएमयू) के ट्रॉमा सेंटर में भर्ती कराया गया।
शाहजहांपुर के सरकारी मेडिकल कॉलेज के डॉक्टरों ने इस साल जनवरी में एक सिजेरियन ऑपरेशन के दौरान लापरवाही बरता और गर्भवती महिला के पेट में कथित तौर पर एक कपड़ा छोड़ दिया था।
मेडिकल कॉलेज के प्राचार्य ने तीन सदस्यीय जांच दल का गठन किया है, जिसे जल्द से जल्द अपनी रिपोर्ट देने को कहा गया है।
कॉलेज के प्रिंसिपल राजेश कुमार ने बुधवार को कहा कि मनोज ने शिकायत दर्ज कराई थी कि उसकी पत्नी नीलम, जो कि 30 साल की है, उन्होने 6 जनवरी को एक बच्ची को जन्म दिया था। सर्जरी के दौरान डॉक्टरों की लापरवाही से उसके पेट में एक कपड़ा रह गया था।
उन्होंने कहा कि जैसे ही उन्हें शिकायत मिली, उन्होंने एक जांच समिति का गठन किया और जांच के आदेश दिए। उन्होंने कहा कि रिपोर्ट के आधार पर दोषियों के खिलाफ कानूनी कार्रवाई की जाएगी।
महिला के पति ने संवाददाताओं को बताया कि बेटी के जन्म के बाद उसकी पत्नी को अक्सर पेट दर्द की शिकायत रहती थी।
उन्होने कहा, मैंने उसे शाहजहांपुर के एक निजी मेडिकल कॉलेज में भर्ती कराया, जहां सीटी स्कैन से पता चला कि उसके पेट में एक कपड़ा रह गया था और उसे एक ऑपरेशन के माध्यम से हटा दिया गया था। चूंकि उसकी हालत बिगड़ती जा रही थी, हम उसे लखनऊ के केजीएमयू ले आए।
उन्हें इस सप्ताह की शुरूआत में केजीएमयू में भर्ती कराया गया था और उन्हें वेंटिलेटर सपोर्ट पर रखा गया है।
Read in English ► UP woman critical after doctors leave cloth in stomach during surgery
Lucknow, July 22 (IANS) A woman was admitted to the trauma centre of King George's Medical University (KGMU) in a critical condition after doctors in Shahjahanpur district left a cloth in her stomach during an operation.
Doctors at the Government Medical College in Shahjahanpur had allegedly left a cloth in the stomach of the pregnant woman during a caesarean operation in January this year.
The principal of the medical college has formed a three-member inquiry team, which has been asked to give its report at the earliest.
College principal Rajesh Kumar said on Wednesday that one Manoj had lodged a complaint that his wife Neelam, who is in her 30s, had given birth to a baby girl on January 6 during which a cloth was left in her stomach.
He said as soon as he received the complaint, he formed an inquiry committee and ordered a probe. He said legal action will be taken against the culprits on the basis of the report.
The woman's husband told reporters that after the birth of their daughter, his wife used to often complain of stomach pain.
"I got her admitted to a private medical college in Shahjahanpur where a CT scan revealed that a cloth had been left behind in her stomach and it was removed through an operation. Since her condition kept deteriorating, we brought her to KGMU in Lucknow.
She was admitted to KGMU earlier this week and has been kept on ventilator support.
हिंदी में पढ़े ► डॉक्टरों द्वारा सर्जरी के दौरान लापरवाही से यूपी की महिला की हालत नाजुक
New Delhi, May 31 (IANS) NATHEALTH-Healthcare Federation of India on Monday signed an MoU with The American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) to build a future-ready healthcare ecosystem and boost healthcare capacity building, improve access and quality of care.Under the agreement, both organisations will mutually strengthen healthcare systems by developing and providing leadership education and development experiences that will help in preparing healthcare professionals to become clinical leaders and improve patient care.AThe collaboration will bring in educational opportunities through in-person interactions.The doctor-per-patient ratio and lack of skilled healthcare workers has been a long-standing structural challenge for India. While the pandemic has highlighted the need of strengthening the infrastructure in terms of beds and ICUs, developing a nationwide medical educational programme for medical professionals and healthcare workers is the need of the hour.AThe aim of this strategic partnership is to provide a knowledge sharing platform, which will enable different stakeholders to find solutions to the barriers of access to quality healthcare, ways to improve patient outcomes and attain executive positions in healthcare settings and national medical societies."We are pleased to collaborate with ACHE on a very vital area of healthcare education. The second wave of Covid-19 has been an eye opener for the medical fraternity. As we are preparing ourselves for a possible third wave of the pandemic and its subtle shift to an endemic, a lot of focus is on strengthening our systems to deal with the surge in cases- both for Covid and non-Covid," said Dr. Harsh Mahajan President, NATHEALTH, in a statement.A--IANSrvt/ash
Stomach ache or abdominal pain can be cramped, achy, dull, sharp, or intermittent. The common causes of stomach ache include constipation, diarrhea, acid reflux, lactose intolerance, stress, gas, and bloating.
Nutritionist and Lifestyle Educator, Karishma Chawla shares tips on how to deal with different stomach aches and home remedies for it:
Constipation is caused by lack of dietary fiber, indulging in too many processed foods, dehydration, too much dairy, medications, lack of exercise or movement, lack of routine or a hurried morning, ignoring the urge to defecate, and stress plays a big role. Chronic constipation can lead to gas production, stomach bloating, and ache. Dietary interventions include consuming whole grains such as dalia, red rice poha, rajgira, and legumes fruits and veggies rich in fiber like dark green leafy veggies, pear, and papaya, drinking plenty of water and other fluids like starting the day with lemon water and consuming vegetable smoothies.
Lifestyle measures include slowing down the morning ritual, having a routine, set wake up and sleep time along with some yoga and stretches. Avoid refined foods, deep-fried foods, and high sugar foods. Can experiment with black salt, this may help to relieve gas and bloating and aid digestion. And garlic helps to relieve gas, constipation and treat the infection.
Also, Read► Constipation: Causes, Symptoms And Ayurvedic Treatment
This can be caused by a viral infection, drugs, food allergies, and food sensitivities to name a few. Management of diarrhea includes fluid balance with coconut water, buttermilk, salted rice kanji, lemon sugar salt beverage, or weak tea.
Individuals with lactose intolerance usually lack the enzyme lactase to digest the lactose in milk leading to stomach cramps and diarrhea. Avoiding milk is beneficial and can substitute milk with almond and coconut milk.
Gas and Bloating
This can be a result of food sensitivities, constipation or indigestion leading to abdominal pain. Manage this by dropping food irritants that cause gas, eating a diet high in fiber, adequate water, chewing food properly. One can also experiment with adding herbs such as turmeric that help to break down food and absorb nutrients and garlic that helps to relieve gas.
It is caused by low stomach acid, magnesium deficiency, certain foods, hiatus hernia, and eating food too quickly. Relief is found by avoiding foods such as citrus foods, alcohol, spicy foods, peppermint. Practice mindful eating, chew every mouthful 20-30 times, and can experiment with aloe juice in the morning and sauf and kala jeera water before meals to secrete stomach acid.
Also, Read► Hyperacidity: Causes, Symptoms And Ayurvedic Treatment
Stress can cause low stomach acid. People with low stomach acid typically experience frequent heartburn, acid reflux, burping, bloating, gas, and even nausea after eating. Home remedies include a glass of warm water and fresh lemon or lime. Squeeze a tablespoon of lemon juice into the water and drink before consuming anything else. You can also try adding 1 tablespoon of raw apple cider vinegar to an 8-ounce glass of warm water and drink it about 15-30 minutes before a meal. Drink this after meals if you experience heartburn.
London, Jan 18 (IANS) Researchers have identified the biological mechanism that explains why some people experience abdominal pain when they eat certain foods.According to the researchers, up to 20 per cent of the world's population suffers from the irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), which causes stomach pain or severe discomfort after eating.The researchers revealed a mechanism that connects certain foods with activation of the cells that release histamine (called mast cells), and subsequent pain and discomfort. "With these new insights, we provide further evidence that we are dealing with a real disease," said researcher Guy Boeckxstaens, Professor at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium.In a healthy intestine, the immune system does not react to foods, so the first step was to find out what might cause this tolerance to break down, according to the study published in the journal Nature. Since people with IBS often report that their symptoms began after a gastrointestinal infection, such as food poisoning, the researchers started with the idea that an infection while a particular food is present in the gut might sensitise the immune system to that food.They infected mice with a stomach bug, and at the same time fed them ovalbumin, a protein found in egg white that is commonly used in experiments as a model food antigen. An antigen is any molecule that provokes an immune response. Once the infection cleared, the mice were given ovalbumin again, to see if their immune systems had become sensitised to it. The results were affirmative -- the ovalbumin on its own provoked mast cell activation, histamine release, and digestive intolerance with increased abdominal pain. This was not the case in mice that had not been infected with the bug and received ovalbumin.The researchers then went on to see if people with IBS reacted in the same way. When food antigens associated with IBS (gluten, wheat, soy and cow milk) were injected into the intestine wall of 12 IBS patients, they produced localised immune reactions similar to that seen in the mice. No reaction was seen in healthy volunteers.--IANSvc/
Hyderabad - A team of experts at a private hospital here has given a new life to a 39-year-old woman who had consumed toilet cleaner more than a year ago.
Doctors at Aware Global Hospitals removed stomach of Manjula to save her life. The housewife from Khammam had consumed toilet cleaner in November 2019 and her stomach had suffered stage-4 damage.
The patient with damaged internal organs visited multiple hospitals but got no relief. She eventually landed at Aware Global Hospitals where a team of doctors led by consultant gastro surgeon Dr Bhupathi Rajendra Prasad treated her for more than six months to ensure her condition turns suitable for a surgical procedure. The patient, meanwhile, was being given food through an external pipe connected to her digestive tract below the stomach portion.
"Patient's food tract/gastrointestinal tract got damaged, and her stomach had to be severed to save the victim. With great care the patient's condition stabilised and she was prepared for a surgery after 10 months of the incident. Through a surgical procedure, the victim's stomach was removed, and her intestine was directly connected to the esophagus to complete the food tract. Now the patient has recovered completely and is able to consume normal food through her mouth," said Dr Rajendra Prasad.
This entire procedure was successful with the support received from Dr Mohan, anesthesiologist; Dr Rajendra, critical care; and Dr Ravi Shankar, medical gastroenterologist.
"We are extremely happy with the care my sister received at Aware Global Hospitals, and it is the expertise of Dr Rajendra Prasad that helped her recover to normal health," said patient's brother Srinivas.
Doctor have suggested certain simple yet effective tips to ensure such accidents do not occur. Ensure acids, spirits, toilet cleaners, and other hazardous liquids are kept away from reach of children, who could consume it accidentally.
Keep such liquids away from people undergoing mental stress on personal and professional front, and seek necessary medical help for such individuals.
Look for safer cleaning alternatives to acids and spirits to reduce risk of accidents at home. (IANS)