करैरा। खबर जिले के करैरा अनुविभाग के करैरा के निजी हॉस्पिटल से आ रही हैं। इस हॉस्पिटल का पंजीयन डेढ महिने पहले ही समाप्त हो गया। निरीक्षण करने टीम मौके पर पहुंची तो यहां बिना डॉक्टर तीन मरीजों का इलाज चल रहा था। बीएमओ की रिपोर्ट पर करैरा थाना पुलिस ने सागर हॉस्पिटल संचालक के खिलाफ मुकदमा दर्ज कर लिया है।
करैरा बीएमओ डॉ. प्रदीप शर्मा, डॉ. देवेंद्र खरे, तहसीलदार गौरीशंकर बैरवा, सीएमओ करैरा दिनेश श्रीवास्तव शुक्रवार की शाम 6.30 बजे टीला रोड करैरा स्थित सागर हास्पिटल एवं डायग्नोस्टिक सेंटर पर निरीक्षण करने पहुंचे। यहां देखा तो अस्पताल संचालन का कोई जीवित प्रमाण नहीं था और न ही परीक्षण के समय काेई डॉक्टर या स्टाफ नर्स मौजूद थे।
जबकि यहां 3 मरीज भर्ती थे और उनका इलाज किया जा रहा था। हॉस्पिटल में एक्सपायरी मेडिसिन भी पाई गईं हैं। हॉस्पिटल का संचालन धर्मेंद्र प्रजापति करते हैं। बीएमओ डॉ. प्रदीप शर्मा की रिपोर्ट पर पुलिस ने हॉस्पिटल संचालक धर्मेंद्र प्रजापति के खिलाफ मप्र आयुर्वेदिक अधिनियम की धारा 24 के तहत मुकदमा दर्ज कर लिया है। बीएमओ ने बताया कि उक्त हॉस्पिटल का पंजीयन 31 मार्च को समाप्त ह…

Indian Method should also be adopted in Corona treatment: CM Shri Chouhan

Bhopal : The Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that Indian method should also be adopted to tackle challenges like Covid-19. He further stated that the way this disease has afflicted the whole world today, has raised the question of how to use yoga, mantra and music etc. in the treatment. What efforts should be made to increase the morale of patients?. Many diseases are cured with affection but a child with symptoms like Covid-19 cannot be touched by his mother. Shri Chouhan said that along with the prevailing methods of treatment, the fundamental methods existing in the Indian tradition can be used. He mentioned that treatment after contracting the disease is one condition and the second is to make the body so disease resistant that disease does not harm it. The Chief Minister said that in this regard, a solution should be found by consulting Ayurveda scholars, naturopathy experts, spiritual gurus and various sections. On the occasion of Shankaracharya Jayanti, the C…

Private medical personnel (Covid-19) also be insured: CM Chouhan

Bhopal : Private doctors and medical workers directly engaged in the fight against Corona virus infection in the state will also be insured for Rs. 50 lakhs like government medical workers. Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan made this announcement today during the video conference in the request of private doctors to prevent Corona infection. The Chief Minister thanked the private doctors for their encouragement and cooperation in the battle against Corona infection.

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan instructed the Principal Secretary Health to keep a list of the mobile and telephone numbers of doctors ready on telephone to make telemedicine arrangements. Shri Chouhan said that doctors will be able to buy rapid test kits themselves. The Health department will check its authenticity. He said that there will be separate hospitals for Covid and Non-Covid-19. On the demand of PPE kit by doctors, he said that earlier this kit was being made through the Government of India, but now the prod…

State level Technical Advisory Committee constituted to control Corona

Bhopal. Taking serious note of Novel Corona infection, the State Government has constituted a State-level Technical Advisory Committee. 
The committee headed by the Director Health Services Dr. Sudam Khade will prepare an action plan to control Corona. Also, the committee according to the requirement of the state will conduct works like surveillance, sample collection, clinical management, isolation, quarantine besides preparing and issuing guidelines and formation of teams. The Committee will present the progress report to the Additional Chief Secretary Health by analyzing the status on a daily basis.
Head of the Department Preventive and Social Medicine of Gandhi Medical College-Bhopal Dr. Dinesh Kumar Pal, HOD Pulmonary Medicines of Gandhi Medical College-Bhopal Dr. Lokendra Dave, HOD Micro Biology of AIIMS-Bhopal Dr. Devashish Vishwas Deputy Director National Health Mission Dr. Pragya Tiwari, Asst. Prof. Medicines Department –AIIMS-Bhopal Dr. Abhijeet Pakhre, Asst. Prof. Community…

Antibiotic resistancerising in Helicobacter strains from Karnataka

By Dr. Aditi Jain | Twitter handle:@AditiJain1987 | New Delhi, June 12 (India Science Wire): A new study has found that Helicobacter pylori, a bacterium that resides in human stomach and causes ulcers, gastritis and stomach cancers, has gained so much resistance to two commonly used antibiotics - metronidazole and levofloxacin that the drugs may not be able to provide any relief any more.

The relationship between humans and pathogens are quite dynamic. Whilst human survival depends on an ability to evade the pathogens, their survival depends on how well they can infect and thrive on humans. In this constant battle, pathogens keep modifying themselves to counteract the newer and newer drugs that humans develop to kill them. Over-use of antibiotics expedite this process leading to an increase in number of antibiotic-resistant bacteria in the environment.

“The study wasaimed to gain insights on the prevalence and mechanism of drug resistance in Helicobacter linked diseases so as to help …

Better education links to good heart health

By Jyoti Singh | New Delhi, June 12 (India Science Wire): A new study has emphasized the role of better education than wealth in tackling cardiovascular diseases. The study explored the association between education and wealth, on the one hand, and cardiovascular diseases and mortality due to them, on the other,to assess which marker was the stronger predictor of outcomes and examined whether any difference in socioeconomic status influenced the levels of risk factors and how the diseases are managed.

"How much money you have tends to be a strong predictor of health outcomes, but education seems to be a far more robust measure to use across countries," says Dr Scott Lear, Simon Fraser University, Canada.

In this cohort study, the researchers looked at 367 urban and 302 rural communities in 20 countries –India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, China, Canada, Sweden, Poland, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Colombia, Iran, South Africa, Turkey, Tanz…

Review Plans of Public Works Department by Chief Minister Kamal Nath

Bhopal :  The Chief Minister Shri Kamal Nath has given instructions for drafting a policy for coordination between road construction agencies in order to have better understanding about functions, scope of work and jurisdiction. Shri Kamal Nath was reviewing the plans of Public Works Department and Madhya Pradesh Road Development Corporation at Mantralaya here today. Minister for Public Works Shri Sajjan Singh Verma was also present.

  Referring to various agencies engaged  in road construction, Shri Kamal Nath said that every agency must have clarity about its functions and duties. He said that maintenance or constructions of many roads are left undone only because agencies concerned keep shifting their responsibility. An overarching policy can resolve this and simplify the process  of construction and maintenance of roads, he added.

    The Chief Minister said that plantation plans must be inbuilt with road construction plans for environmental improvement. He stressed on maintenance…