Showing posts with label health care. Show all posts
Showing posts with label health care. Show all posts

Tuesday, 15 September 2015

Dr Lal PathLabs Diagnostic Pathology Services

Dr Lal PathLabs was founded by Late Dr. (Major) S.K. Lal, a pioneer in the field of pathology who had been trained in the army and later at the Cook County Hospital, Chicago, USA.  It employs more than 3,000 people and serves almost 12 million customers a year.
Contact Dr.Lal PathLabs

Dr. Lal PathLabs Ltd.

12th Floor, Tower B, SAS Tower,
Medicity, Sector-38,
Gurgaon-122001, Haryana.



National Customer Care

It offers various diagnostic tests by specialty mentioned below; also one can find a test by its first letter.
1.    Cardiologist
2.    Dermatologist
3.     Diabetologist
4.    Endocrinologist
5.    Gastroenterologist
6.    Genetic Disorder
7.    Gynecologist
8.    Hematologist
9.    Infectious Disease specialist 
10.  Nephrologists
11.  Neurologist
12.  Oncologist
13.  Ophthalmologist
14.  Pediatrician
15.  Physician
16.  Psychiatrist
17.  Rheumatologist    and
18.  Surgeon

Find Dr. Lal PathLabs near your location, here:

If you can’t make to visit Dr .Lal Pathlabs in your city, you can avail their services of Home collection appointment. Also, go through list of Lab test offered by Dr.Lal Pathlabs, here:

Do let us know your views & comments on, how was your experience with Dr.Lal Pathlabs services.

Monday, 6 January 2014

Cloud Computing in Health Care Industry- Latest Updates

Hi Viewers, as we always post you updated on “Cloud Computing” and its effective benefits on “Health Care”.  Here are the few videos who are determined to implement cloud computing technology in to their healthcare organizations (clients).  I will keep my narration short so that you can enjoy videos in detail :-)

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Friday, 22 November 2013

Cloud Computing in Health Care Industry

Watch below videos, for Gyan of cloud computing in Health Care Industry

Saturday, 3 August 2013

Cloud Computing and Health Care

In due process of making ,all the viewers of this blog, aware about the new wave in technology, i,e "CloudComputing" its usage and benefits it provides across healthcare vertical in particular. I have collected and been collecting valuable videos of cloud computing on "Health care" industry.

On this platform I urge all the health care professionals who are directly or indirectly associated with IT usage in their professional life to experience the significance of Cloud computing and do let world know the success on implementation of it. 

Here are the two more videos of cloud computing on healthcare industry.

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Monday, 11 February 2013

Cloud Computing in Healthcare Industry !!!

Peake Healthcare Innovations partners with Intel and VMware to create a medical imaging cloud that transforms the cost, quality and delivery of patient care.

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Thursday, 10 January 2013

Medical Research with cloud computing

Automation and interoperability in healthcare information system using cloud computing.

Friday, 28 December 2012

What is the single best thing we can do for our health

A Doctor-Professor answers the old question "What is the single best thing we can do for our 

health" in a completely new way. Dr. Mike Evans is founder of the Health Design Lab at the Li

Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, an Associate Professor of Family Medicine and Public Health

at  the University of Toronto, and a staff physician at St. Michael's Hospital.


Thursday, 27 September 2012


Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation ,prominently  called as CPR,  is an emergency procedure which is performed in an effort to manually preserve intact brain function until further measures are taken to restore spontaneous blood circulation and breathing in a person in cardiac arrest.
Dr. SRINIVAS RAMAKA, Consultant Cardiologist and ,Chairman,Srinivasa Heart Foundation, is conducting CPR Training for lay public.
DATE: 29 -SEP- 2012
TIME: 10:30 am

About Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation :

Despite major advances in medical science,Sudden Cardiac  Arrest particularly Out-of Hospital Cardiac Arrest leading to death remains an important public health problem.
Despite the fact that more than 50 years have passed by since modern  CPR is introduced,the survival rate from Out-Of Hospital Cardiac Arrest remains 6 %.With an aim to improve the chance of survival from Out-Of Hospital  Cardiac Arrest, the American Heart Association has been providing periodic updates and guidelines for CPR and various organisations throughout the world have been replicating the guidelines issued in providing training to lay public in CPR.

Training @ warangal by Dr.Srinivas Ramaka:

                                                                                       Though instances of Sudden Cardiac Arrest are not uncommon in India,awareness on suchunfortunate events and knowledge on CPR is less among the  Indian public.
As per a study by the World Heart Federation,not even 1 % of the Indian population has proper knowledge on CPR.With this background,Srinivasa Heart Foundation has initiated the  important public health project of training lay public in CPR  in the year 2009.
After the introduction of the new guidelines on CPR in 2010,which marked the 50th anniversary of  CPR, a systematic training program in CPR for lay public was initiated in "Warangal".
Interview video of Dr.Srinivas Ramaka with one of telugu channel.
For any queries on the above training program and realted information, you can reach Dr.Srinivas Ramaka at his clinic address.
H.No. 2-4-617/1/1, Ramnagar, Hanamkonda, Warangal.
Ph: 0870-2448622, 2556677 && Mobile: 9390105045


Tuesday, 25 September 2012

Cloud Computing in Health Care Industry

Here is the video presented by Linda Weaver, this webinar examines how healthcare is shifting from a transactional to a more integrated model -- and how cloud presents a major business opportunity for the system.
This video is must watch for all those who are engaged in health care services and for  freshers  who wish to enter in to it.

Saturday, 8 September 2012

Home Health Services from METROPOLIS

Processing over 10 million tests a year, catering to more than 10,000 Laboratories, Hospitals, Nursing homes and 20,000 Consultants; and with 31 years of experience delivering accurate reports, Metropolis has also earned the reputation of being Indias only multinational chain of diagnostic centers with presence in the UAE, Srilanka, and South Africa.
Since its inception in 1981 as a purely Mumbai based lab, Metropolis has come a long way. Visionary leadership, strategic associations with other leading laboratories across the country, strict ethical policies and a penchant for technology are some of the reasons Metropolis is Indias largest laboratory chain. ISO, NABL, CAP (College of American Pathologists) accreditation (Mumbai) reiterate that we meet stringent national and international quality requirements - imperative in a vital service sector like healthcare.

Yes, one phone call and world-class diagnostic facilities come right to your doorstep. No more wading through traffic day after day. No more dreading those lab visits. Doing those routine tests just become easier.
Metro Home Health is the ideal home laboratory solution for senior citizens, people with disabilities, people who prefer the privacy of their home and even people who prefer the privacy of their home and even people who are simply too busy at work.
Metropolis is also leading home service provider to almost all Private Insurance Companies
ICICI-Prudential, TATA-AIG,   ING-Vysya,  Kotak, Met Life, Birla Sun Life, AVIVA, SBI Life, ICIC-Lombard etc.

Services Available

•  Sample collection (Fasting and Post Lunch)

•  It is easy to get home services, as one has to just call up respective regional office.
•  Customer has to give their name, address and tel. No. along with the menu of the tests as well as the referring doctor”s name.
•  Our technician will reach clients place at their given desired time.Will draw the sample/blood as per the protocol for the tests to be carried out.The samples are then bought to Metropolis Lab for further processing
•  Metropolis couriers/mails the reports as soon as they are ready.

Home services available at the following Metropolis centres:

Mumbai , Contact No: +91-22-6650 5555    E-mail address:

Pune,  Contact No: +91-20-41008200/9921244040/9822404251, E-mail:

Bangalore, Contact No: +91-080-22183077,E-mail:

R V Metropolis Lab, Contact No: +91-080-42628900,Email:

Chennai, Contact No: 91-44-4292 5566, E-mail address:

Salem, Contact No: 91-427-4042737, E-mail address:

Pondicherry,  Contact No: 91-413-4206500, E-mail address:

Hyderabad, Contact No: 91-040 -40181088, E-mail address:

Thursday, 30 August 2012

The Heart check goes easy way

Are you one among them who have tried a lot for seeking an appointment with your cardiologist, for heart check. Gone are those days, with a new device yet to hit markets soon, you are going to save money as well time associated with the heart check.
Indian Scientist Dr Ravi Mehrotra, of  CSIR-NPL (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, National Physical Laboratory), and thirty of his students at CSIR-NPL had invented a device that lets you get your heart checked in ten minutes. It fits into the palm of your  hand.

He says, "It is a full 12 lead device. It measures simultaneously all the 12 signals that a doctor needs. The software saves patient information and the final ECG. Records can be emailed and shared with experts."


How it works ?

Maximum time taken is 10 Minutes for the heart check.
Technicians at your local clinic will wire you up, with leads on your limbs and chest. Your body’s electrical signals will flow first into a box called HeartTrace and then, into a computer and ECG will be ready in seconds.
It’s as quick and hassle-free as a simple blood test. The estimated price is around Rs 10,000 -15,000/-
The reason it is so cheap, is technology. HeartTrace has no moving parts inside - just a printed circuit board. But burned into those circuits, is special software Dr Mehrotra wrote himself.

Affordable pricing :

Being, affordable pricing the device can easly get its presence across India ,even in smaller villages and towns. With its price one can get a brandable SMART PHONE.
This heart check device certainly going to bring a great change in the health sector of India. Main USP being is its time taken for a test is very minimal besides the cost. Further, most of us have a phobia ,being visited to large corporate hospitals. This can be overcome as you can have a smiliar ECG report from the heart check device by visiting your local hospital or family doctor.
Do check this space, will update more information on this device....

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Source: IBN Live

Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Free treatment for CANCER and AIDS patients

Based on the estimates of Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), it is estimated that there are about 28 lakh cancer patients at any point of time (prevalence) in the country. A total of 5.41 lakh AIDS patients were provided free anti-retroviral treatment at 355 Anti Retroviral Treatment centres across the country as on 31st May 2012 under the National AIDS Control Programme by National AIDS Control Organization (NACO).

Government of India had launched a comprehensive National Programme for Prevention and Control of Cancer, Diabetes, Cardiovascular Diseases & Stroke (NPCDCS) in 100 districts across 21 States during 2010-2012 of the 11th Five Year Plan. The district hospitals have been funded to provide chemotherapy drugs required for cancer patients to treat 100 patients per district @ Rs. 1.00 lakh per patient.

The programme also envisages strengthening Government Medical College Hospitals and erstwhile Regional Cancer Centres (RCC) across the country as Tertiary Cancer Centre (TCC) for providing comprehensive Cancer care services. These institutions are eligible for financial assistance upto Rs. 6.00 crore (Rs. 4.80 crore from Central Government and Rs. 1.20 crore from State Government). In the Government health care delivery system, the treatment of diseases is either free or subsidized for the poor and needy patients.

Financial assistance is also provided to the patients who are living below the poverty line and suffering from major life threatening diseases including Cancer and AIDS from the ‘Health Minister’s Discretionary Grants (HMDG)’ and ‘Rashtriya Arogya Nidhi (RAN)’

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Monday, 27 August 2012

Diarrhoea and Pneumonia are the major causes for death among children

In India, pneumonia and diarrhoea are leading causes of death among children below five years of age. As per report “Countdown to 2015”, pneumonia contributes to 11 per cent of deaths and diarrhoea accounts for another 11 per cent of total under-five deaths in India. 

Under the National Rural Health Mission, ( NRHM) the steps taken by the Government for prevention and control of pneumonia and diarrhoea in children are as follows: 

1) Promotion of early and exclusive breastfeeding offers protection against common childhood illnesses including diarrhoea and pneumonia. Infant and Young Child Feeding Practices are being promoted through the national health programme. 

2) Vitamin A Supplementation programme covers children up to the age of 5 years and offers protection against diarrhoea and pneumonia by improving the immunity and is used as a preventive measure. 

3) Promoting use of Zinc and ORS is one of the priority activities for child survival. Oral Rehydration Salt (ORS) packets and zinc tablets are made available free of cost and mothers are taught how to use them.

 4) Awareness is being created amongst mothers on sanitation and hygiene and in the communities about the causes and treatment of diarrhoea through health education. Antibiotics for treatment of pneumonia and dysentery are made available through the public health system. 

5) The community health workers and facility based health service providers are trained in the management of diarrhoea and pneumonia through the IMNCI (Integrated Management of Neonatal and Childhood Illnesses) programme across the country. 

6) Under Universal Immunisation Programme various vaccines are provided and these are DPT, Measles and BCG that protect against diphtheria, pertussis, measles and tuberculosis. Vaccine against Haemophilus Influenzae Type B (Hib) infection has been introduced in the national immunization schedule for infants in the states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu in the first phase. 

Source: Ministry of Health and Family Welfare