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Glimpse of Independence Day celebrations at Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital
As a part of the #WorldNoTobaccoDay awareness activities, one of the Mobile Medical Units of our Health Outreach team along with the community volunteers made a wall painting with the message of ‘Harmful Health Effects of Tobacco’ at Nimoni Baug, Near Chembur. Through various measures, the Outreach Team reached out to more than 40000 people with the message of No #Tobacco . #RespectForLife
Chilhood Obesity Workshop.
1 out of every 5 children is overweight, which can cause lifelong problems.To help your child get healthy, do please attend our introductory session on childhood overweight.
#childcare #childhoodobesity #obesity #fightingobesity
Is your Liver Healthy?
This Hepatitis Day, kindly get your Liver Condition Checked.
Avail our Liver Care Package
Valid till 31st October 2018.
Sir H N Reliance Foundation Hospital and Research Centrehas received the prestigious #NABH Accreditation. The achievement is a milestone in our journey of continuous quality improvement and we shall always endeavour to achieve the highest level of clinical and service excellence. Congratulations to the entire Team.
NABH- National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers
People with High risk for #Tuberculosis(TB) :
> Close contacts of persons exposed to infectious cases of TB
> Foreign-born persons, including children, who have immigrated within the last 5 years from areas that have a high TB incidence
> Residents and employees of high-risk congregate settings (prisons, nursing homes, homeless shelters, drug treatment facilities, and healthcare facilities)
> Healthcare workers who serve high-risk clients
> Some medically underserved, low-income populations as defined locally
> High-risk racial or ethnic minority populations defined locally as having an increased prevalence of TB
> Infants, children, and teenagers exposed to adults in high-risk categories
> Persons who inject illicit drugs or any other locally identified high-risk substance users
Sir H N Reliance Foundation Hospital and Research Centre honored Child Help Foundation with an award for “noble cause of serving patients” on World Social Worker’s Day, 21st March 2018.
Child Help Foundation’s Executive Director Ms. Bella Das received the award.
CHF has helped 162 cancer patients and 48 patients with heart disease till date.
Most people infected with the bacteria that cause #tuberculosis don't have symptoms. When symptoms do occur, they usually include a cough (sometimes blood-tinged), weight loss, night sweats and fever.
People may experience:
Pain areas: in the chest
Pain circumstances: can occur while breathing
Cough: can be chronic or with blood
Whole body: chills, fatigue, fever, loss of appetite, malaise, night sweats, or sweating
Weight: severe unintentional weight loss or weight loss
Also common: loss of muscle, phlegm, shortness of breath, or swollen lymph nodes
Geriatry is a science which deals with diseases of the aged. The word ‘geriatric’ often refers to an old person. The past decade saw a rapid rise in the world geriatric population. It has been increasing at a rate higher than that of the population growth. Quite clearly, the number of elderly citizens who need care has increased significantly. But are we equipped well enough to ensure their well-being?
Insist on the following tests when you visit an ophthalmologist to stay clear of Glaucoma.
1. Optic nerve check with an Ophthalmoscope
2. Tonometry (Eye pressure check)
3. Visual field assessment
#Glaucoma #eyecare #RespectforLife
8 possible signs of Glaucoma which you should never ignore-
1. Eye pain or discomfort while in the dark
2. Recurrent pain in or around the eyes
3. Difficulty focusing on near or distant objects
4. Sensitivity to light or glare, causing you to squint or blink frequently
5. Change in the colour of the Iris
6. Bumping into objects
7. Watery eyes
8. Seeing coloured haloes around White light
#Glaucoma #eyecare #RespectforLife