Thiruvananthapuram, Aug 8 (IANS) The Kerala Government Medical Officers Association (KGMOA), a powerful body representing government medical doctors in the state, has written to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan over repeated incidents of assault on doctors while on duty.In a memorandum presented to Pinarayi Vijayan on Sunday, the medical organisation told him that doctors are being attacked frequently who are working tirelessly and interacting with the patients. The KGMOA demanded immediate arrest of those who attack doctors on duty.The recent provocation for this petition was the attack on Malu Murali, a woman doctor at the Government Fort Hospital in Thiruvananthapuram, by two persons on Friday morning. The doctor was on duty when she was attacked by two persons -- Rasheed of Karimadom and Rafeeq of Vallakadavu.Malu Murali told IANS, "Two persons had arrived at the hospital late evening and jumped the queue while asking for medical help. When I asked the reason for the injury, they got provoked and used derogatory language. The duo twisted my arm as well as kicked and assaulted me. I fell down and they tried to disrobe me even without thinking that I am a woman."She said, "They were under the influence of drugs. I am sure that it was not alcohol. There was no smell of alcohol and they were not sluggish, instead their energy level was high giving indications that they had taken some drugs. It was a harrowing experience and my body is still in pain. The security staff who tried to save me was also attacked. It was a frightening experience."The woman doctor underwent treatment at the Thiruvananthapuram General hospital and is now back on duty.The police have arrested two persons with criminal records -- Rafeeq (38) of Vallakadavu and Rasheed (42) of Karimadom colony and both have been remanded to judicial custody.The KGMOA in its petition demanded that the criminals who assault the doctors filed a counter case that the doctor had attacked them.The doctors' body said if such a case comes up, a panel has to be formed and an inquiry conducted before initiating a case against the doctor concerned. The Government Doctors Association said in such cases a police official not below the rank of Superintendent of Police should look after the investigation.The KGMOA is angry that the attack against doctors in the state has been a recurring phenomenon. Last Monday evening a doctor at Parasalla Government Hospital in Thiruvananthapuram was attacked by four persons in an inebriated condition.Sanoj, a doctor who was on night duty, was assaulted by four persons last Monday causing injury to him. Unnikrishnan, Superintendent, Parassala Government hospital, speaking to IANS said, "Sanoj, who was on night duty on Monday was brutally attacked and he suffered injuries. We had to resort to a lightning strike to bring the culprits to senses. This cannot happen always and if the police and government don't take stringent action, situation will go out of hand as doctors are working 24/7 without rest and it is really unfortunate that we have to bear the assault of criminals."The KGMOA has demanded to set up a police aid post at all government hospitals for the doctors to work in a secure atmosphere.The Thiruvananthapuram District Collector, Navjhot Khosa has already announced that the district administration would sanction CCTV cameras at Government Fort hospital, Thiruvananthapuram, using the National Health Mission (NHM) funds. Setting up of CCTV cameras in all hospitals has been another major demand from the doctors' organisation.--IANSaal/khz
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Bengaluru, Aug 4 (IANS) The number of micro containment zones in Bengaluru rose to 141 due to the spread of Covid-19, signalling an alarming situation in Karnataka. There were less than 100 micro containment zones till last week.The authorities have taken stringent measures of sealing down residences and apartment complexes in these areas. The spread of infection is more in Mahadevapura, Bommanahalli and West divisions of Bengaluru. Mahadevapura and Bommanahalli zones house several software parks, including International Tech Park (ITPB) and houses the IT crowd.Begur, Hagadur wards have reported more than 8 cases. According to the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP), Begur (10), Hagadur (8), RR Nagar (8), Basavapura (7), Hoodi (6), Kadugodi (6), Sanjaynagar (5) and KR Puram (5) areas have been given special attention to contain the Covid spread.Bengaluru logged 477 new Covid cases on Tuesday taking the number of confirmed cases to 12,28,515.A total of 154 were discharged from the hospitals and so far 12,03,636 Covid patients returned home after being discharged in Bengaluru.Seven deaths were reported from Bengaluru taking the death toll to 15,892. There are 8,986 active cases in the city, according to the health bulletin.Chief Health officer Vijendra explained that 1,736 persons travelling from Kerala and Maharashtra were tested for Covid in Bengaluru on Tuesday and no positive case was found.The tests were conducted at all major entry points to the city. Few of them have been quarantined in government facilities and after observation, further action will be taken, he stated.Meanwhile, the BBMP along with the police department have enforced stringent restrictions on movement in Bengaluru from Tuesday night onwards. Though night curfew has been in place between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m., it was not followed strictly. People were allowed to move freely.BBMP Chief Commissioner Gaurav Gupta has already issued warnings on initiation of legal action on those who wander in the nights.Teams comprising both police and BBMP have been formed to ensure strict implementation of Covid guidelines in malls, marketplaces and crowded areas.Wherever there are violations, these teams have been directed to reach and take action.Those who travel to the airport and railway stations late in the night must furnish the related documents. Buses, autos and other vehicle movements are allowed, authorities said.--IANSmka/dpb
The butterfly-shaped thyroid gland located at the base of the neck plays a major role in the metabolism, growth and development of the body. It also regulates multiple functions, including energy levels, weight, heart rate and mood. Hypothyroidism occurs when the thyroid gland does not produce enough thyroid hormones to meet the needs of the body.
Despite the high prevalence, thyroid disorders, along with other non-communicable diseases, remain neglected. A study conducted across eight cities in India suggests that nearly one-third of people living with hypothyroidism experience the disorder but are unaware of it due to a lack of diagnosis.
Highlighting the need for timely diagnosis of thyroid-related conditions, Manoj Chadha, Senior Consultant Endocrinologist, HOPE & CARE Hospital, Vashi, Navi Mumbai said, "In Mumbai alone, we have seen 2.86 per cent cases of hypothyroidism go undiagnosed.
Adults who are aged 35 years and above, pregnant, and middle-aged women, in particular, are at high risk and may suffer additional complications if a thyroid disorder is left untreated. Undetected hypothyroidism results in increased vulnerability to comorbidities such as diabetes and hypertension."
He continued, "The pathophysiological association between Type2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) and thyroid dysfunction is believed to be the result of an interplay between various biochemical, genetic, and hormonal malfunctions.
Poorly managed T2DM can lead to insulin resistance, hyperinsulinemia and increased risk of hypoglycaemic episodes in diabetics.11 As a result, it increases the cardiovascular risk in T2DM. This can only be reduced with frequent screening to ensure timely diagnosis, which in turn will drive treatment and disease management for hypothyroidism at an early stage."
Here are 4 reasons why women should be aware of thyroid disorders:
Women Are Three Times More Likely to Develop Hypothyroidism Than Men
Moreover, hypothyroidism is especially common among women especially during child-bearing age (although women of all ages are at risk). Women with high-risk factors for hypothyroidism should particularly be encouraged to undergo screening.
These Factors Include
Residing in an area with moderate-severe iodine insufficiency, obesity, history of thyroid dysfunction or presence of goitre in the individual or a first-degree relative, history of recurrent miscarriages or pre-term delivery, infertility, or autoimmune diseases (Type 1 diabetes, Addison's disease, Coeliac disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis).
Elusive Signs & Symptoms
Don't suffer silently: Women tend to ignore their health and visit a doctor only when extremely ill or experiencing severe symptoms. Hypothyroidism symptoms, which tend to be subtle and non-specific, go under the radar.
These include fatigue, excessive weight gain, constipation, dry skin, cold intolerance, lethargy, muscle cramps and puffy eyelids, which overlap with those of other disease areas or blend in with the rigours of everyday life.
It is thus essential to get yourself screened, instead of waiting for multiple symptoms to persist. Take action proactively to alleviate any symptoms and avoid further complications.
The Added Risk of Health Complications
The potential consequences of thyroid disorders include more than just hair loss and weight fluctuations. If left untreated, thyroid disorders can prompt a number of health complications, from elevated cholesterol levels and depression to irregular menstrual cycles and a higher risk of infertility or Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).
Thyroid disorders can also amplify or worsen symptoms of menopause. In more serious cases, they may even lead to cardiovascular or neurological complications, as well as diabetes.
Timely Treatment to Safeguard Maternal and Child Health
Hypothyroidism can have worrying implications for pregnant women, if not adequately managed. Hypothyroidism during pregnancy is associated with an increased risk of anaemia, miscarriage, postpartum bleeding, pre-eclampsia, and placental abruption.
The thyroid hormone is also critical for the development of the fetal brain and nervous system, especially during the first trimester when the foetus depends on the mother's supply of the hormone.
Thyroid disorders may also increase the risk of pre-term birth and low birth weight. Being aware and undergoing screening before and during pregnancy is important for both maternal and child health.
Women with hypothyroidism detected during pregnancy can speak to their endocrinologist to understand how to best manage their condition.
Commenting on the need to tackle thyroid disorders, Srirupa Das, Medical Director, Abbott said, "Abbott is committed to raising awareness on thyroid disorders in India.
By educating people at higher risk, especially women, about the nature, prevalence and symptoms of the condition, we aim to encourage increased screening, which facilitates timely diagnosis and treatment. We are committed to continuing 'Making India Thyroid Aware' to empower people to pursue better health."
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Bengaluru, Aug 2 (IANS) Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) Administrator Rakesh Singh said on Monday that to effectively control the spread of Covid-19, the BBMP officials must work in coordination with the police in order to raise awareness among people on the need to follow Covid rules in the city.If citizens are found flouting the rules, even after raising awareness, they must be penalised and cases must be filed against them, he said.He was speaking at the coordination meeting held between BBMP and the police department regarding the enforcement of Covid appropriate behaviour in the city.He said that appropriate measures should be taken to control the virus at the zonal level. Measures must be taken to contain the Covid virus at the grassroots level, he noted.BBMP Chief Commissioner Gaurav Gupta said strict measures need to be taken to control the Covid spread in the city. He also instructed the authorities to penalise and file cases against those flouting rules.Noting that a large number of migrants from Kerala and Maharashtra are coming to the city, the Chief Commissioner said separate teams have been deployed at major bus stops and railway stations in this regard.Migrants from both states must submit the RT-PCR negative report obtained within 72 hours. If the RT-PCR test is not submitted, the health care team will collect swabs for tests and the travellers will remain in institutional quarantine until the report is received. He also said that mandatory checks must be conducted on people arriving at airports and check-posts.He stressed the need to follow the night curfew in the city which is from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. Police cooperation is key to ensure night curfew is followed properly, he added.Officials must ensure that Covid rules are followed in crowded areas like markets, malls, temples, hotels and restaurants. A team of BBMP officials should work in tandem with police personnel to ensure rules are followed and in case of rules being flouted, a fine must be imposed, the Chief Commissioner instructed. Strict measures must be taken at the zonal level to contain Covid. Awareness regarding following Covid norms must be raised through loudspeakers, he said.BBMP has been taking several of precautionary measures such as physical triage, contact tracing, isolation, and areas with three or more cases are made containment zones to stop the spread of Covid, Gupta said.Bengaluru Police Commissioner Kamal Pant said that there is good coordination between the BBMP officials and the police staff and added that the police department will cooperate in every way possible. Cases will be filed against those who are not following Covid rules, he said.--IANSmka/pgh
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Herbs/Components Used in the Kanchnar Guggul
Herbs/Components which are used in the Kanchnar Guggul:
Kachnar Bark (Kanchnar)
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Kanchnar Guggul Benefits
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A natural source of antioxidants
Nourishes and rejuvenates tissues
Helps maintain a regular menstrual cycle
Help keep healthy cholesterol levels in the normal range
Helps maintain hormonal balance
Supports the immune system
Helps fight obesity and heal lipomas (tumors of adipose tissue)
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Useful for weight management
Helps treat PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome)
Promotes detoxification and waste elimination
Improves female reproductive health
Ignite the fire of the digestive system
Kanchnar Guggul Uses
Kanchnar Guggul may be used for the ayurvedic treatment of any kind of disease:
hypothyroidism: Kanchnar Guggul is an Ayurvedic medicine that helps maintain the flow of thyroid hormones. It also regulates thyroid function and improves the condition. In addition, it improves glandular function to reduce the swelling caused by goiter.
Lipoma: Kanchnar Guggul is a proven treatment for lipoma. Lipoma is a tumor composed of adipose tissue. Kanchnar Guggul consists of a traditional Ayurvedic formula that can reduce the accumulation of Kapha in body tissues. This is an important tool for reducing the size of tumors by removing adipose tissue.
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Kidney Stones: Kanchnar Guggul has been shown to be beneficial in treating kidney stones and urinary tract infections due to its natural diuretic properties. It helps purify the blood, by eliminating the accumulation of minerals in kidney stones.
Kanchnar Guggul Side Effects
Kanchnar Guggul can cause side effects such as:
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Kanchnar Guggul Dosage
You can consume Kanchnar Guggul 1-2 tablets twice or thrice daily after having a meal with lukewarm water or as directed by an Ayurvedic Doctor.
Kanchnar Guggul Storage and Safety Information
Store in a cool and dry place.
Read the label carefully before use.
Don’t exceed the recommended dose.
Keep out of the reach of children.
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Q. Can I take Kanchnar Guggul with alcohol?
Ans. There is no research that has been shown on Kanchnar Guggul and alcohol.
Q. What is Kanchnar?
Ans. Kanchnar is a magnificent tree tending in the fields of India. As its bark is used for making medicine.
Q. Is the use of Kanchnar Guggul safe for pregnant women?
Ans. There is no side effect found for pregnancy, and scientific research has not been done.
Q. What is the shelf life of Kanchnar Guggul?
Ans. The product is best before 5 years from the date of manufacture.
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Q. What is Kanchnar Guggul used for?
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Q. How long can I use Kanchnar Guggul?
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Q. Is Kanchnar Guggul addictive or habit-forming?
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Q. What precautions should be engaged while taking Kanchnar Guggul?
Ans. Kanchnar Guggul is apparent, not safe while hormone-sensitive conditions like pregnancy, uterine cancer, endometriosis, uterine fibroids, ovarian cancer, breast cancer, and bleeding disorders.
Q. What is the dosage of Kanchnar Guggul?
Ans. You can consume Kanchnar Guggul 1-2 tablets twice or thrice daily after having a meal with lukewarm water.
Q. What is the side effect of Kanchnar Guggul on the stomach?
Ans. There is no side effect of Kanchnar Guggul on the stomach.
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