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300 cancer survivors gather together

Udaipur : Geetanjali Cancer Centre in association with Geetanjali Medical College & Hospital had organized a “2nd Cancer Awareness Program and Survivors Meet 2019” at Geetanjali Auditorium. The program was based on the WHO theme “I am I will”. The program was aimed to gather cancer survivors who have fought against cancer as a warrior. The program witnessed some of ... Read More »

The gunk in your nose is GOOD for your health, claims a health report

What do you call that icky, green substance that comes out of your nose, ever so often? Commonly known as mucus, snoot, booger or phlegm, it is probably the most disgusting by-product of the human body (second to pooping, obviously). But did you know that in spite of being labelled as gross, boogers are actually good for your health? Yes, ... Read More »

A sanitary pad bank for tribal women

Udaipur : Buying a pack of sanitary pads is considered luxury here and not a necessity. Using old scraps of cloth wasnt a durable solution with most of the women having limited sets of clothing to cover themselves for a year. So female folk in Dodawali, a tribal village in Girwa block, just 30 kilometers away from the district headquarters, managed ... Read More »

Vikram Mastal debut movie Suspense first song Chadh Gayi released

Vikram Mastal debut movie Suspense first song Chadh Gayi got released today and this party song “Chadh Gayi” is looking very promising and rich music by Sanjay – Shekhar sung by Sanjay Soni and penned by Bhanraj Dadhich starring Vikram Mastal, Madhumita Biswas & Ayushi Tiwari. The song is getting very good response on YouTube released by Zee Music. As ... Read More »

NE women learning to make reusable sanitary pads in Udaipur

Udaipur : East or West, feminine issues and taboos related to menstruation remains the same, menstrual hygiene is yet a least discussed subject specially in the rural areas, claim the women delegates from North eastern states who are in Udaipur to participate in a workshop connected with menstrual management. The workshop is jointly being held by Ministry of Tribal Development and ... Read More »

15 months old survived a successful Open Heart Surgery

Rajasthan State’s First Successful Operation Udaipur : Geetanjali Medical College & Hospital a Super-Specialty Tertiary Care’s Cardiac Centre showcased a successful case of Rajasthan’s first of kind “Intra Cardiac Repair of Tetralogy of Fallot with RVOT Stenting” on 15 months old & weighing only 5 kilograms boy. The team of successful surgery involves Cardiac Thoracic Vascular Surgeon Dr. Sanjay Gandhi ... Read More »

India sees 16 % jump in foreign tourist arrivals for medical treatments

There has been a 16 per cent growth in foreign tourist arrivals for medical treatments in 2017, the ministry of tourism informed Parliament Monday. Replying to a query in Lok Sabha, Tourism Minister KJ Alphons said foreign tourist arrivals in India on medical visa during 2016 and 2017 were estimated at 4,27,014 and 4,95,056 respectively, registering a positive growth of ... Read More »

15 Days Old Saved From Rare Cardiac Defect : The baby made remarkable recovery and eventually was shifted to her mother’s bedside

Udaipur : Interventional Cardiologist team at Geetanjali Medical College & Hospital including Dr Kapil Bhargava, Dr. Ramesh Patel, Dr. Danny Kumar & Dr. Shalabh Agarwal successfully performed  a complex and complicated procedure called as “PDA Stenting” on 15 days old Baby of Ramijahan hailing from Udaipur who was suffering from Tetralogy of Fallot with Pulmonary Atresia. It has been claimed as ... Read More »

Hanging Schools Bags and School Children in Auto-Rickshaws

It is a common sight every morning and afternoon too. Rushing auto-rickshaws on roads, somehow carrying school children and their hefty bags, not adhering to the rules of either traffic or the guidelines for carrying maximum children in an auto – all seems to be disregarded. It is quite surprising how these auto-rickshaws adjust 12-15 children in one auto which ... Read More »

GMCH Successfully carries First Endoscopic Ampullectomy

Geetanjali Hospital’s Gastroenterologist’s Successful Attempt Udaipur : Gastroenterologist of Geetanjali Medical College & Hospital, Dr. Pankaj Gupta has successfully performed the first Endoscopic Ampullectomy of 52 years female suffering from a one centimeter tumor at the ampulla recently. The patient was referred from local hospital in view of abdominal pain. After evaluation and CT Scan & Ultra Sound investigations she ... Read More »

Pregnant woman dies in Banswara hospital, family alleges negligence

Udaipur : Family members of a pregnant woman created ruckus at the district civil hospital in the early hours of Tuesday after the woman died when she was referred to Udaipur for treatment.  Neeta Yadav wife of Shubham was admitted in the government MG hospital on Monday evening.  Family members said that she was fine until late night when she went ... Read More »

Milestone in Medical History : Young Boy’s Kidney saved from reaction caused by congenital deformity

Udaipur : Geetanjali Medical College & Hospital’s Nephrologist Dr. Gulshan Kumar Mukhiya have successfully performed the dialysis of a 17 years old boy hailing from local district. The patient so treated had accidentally swallowed one naphthalene ball which had resulted in Heme Pigment Nephropathy due to the deficiency of G6PD. This has been claimed as a first successful case in ... Read More »

An 81 YO Underwent Successful Surgery for Bladder Cancer

Udaipur : Geetanjali Medical College & Hosptial’s Oncology Surgeons Dr. Ashish Jakhetiya & Dr. Arun Pandey have successfully performed Radical Cystectomy (surgery for bladder cancer) recently. The surgery was done on an 81 years old patient, L N Toshniwal, hailing from Chittorgarh district, who was suffering from bladder cancer. The surgical procedure in which the bladder is removed called radical ... Read More »

Air pollution – A link to Life and Death…

Stargazing is one of the most calming activities people often prefer to do with their friends, families and dear ones. If we go outside on a clear night, we can’t help ourselves. Our head tilts back, our eyes rise up, and we find ourselves gazing at the stars. But do we really get to see clear skies these days? In ... Read More »

Story of the Air in India

As I walked through the streets of Delhi, I could taste and feel the different chemicals in the air. Today, doctors often say that, ‘breathing air in India is like smoking 50 cigarettes in day’. Seeing a random couple walk down the streets of India today, with their pollution protection masks, is not a rare sight. If not a mask, ... Read More »