Prathima Hospitals Successfully Performs “Exceedingly Rare and Complex Surgery”
Liver cancer is the sixth most common cancer in worldwide and it is the second most common cause of death from cancer. WHO estimates that 7,88 ,000 people die from primary liver cancer every year. Hepatocellular carcinoma has been recognized as a leading cause of death among patients with cirrhosis, and its incidence is expected to increase in the future. More than half of these deaths (60%) are caused by the long-term consequences of chronic hepatitis B and C infections. Other causes are cirrhosis due to Non-Alcoholic fatty liver diseases said Dr. CH. Madhusudhan, Senior Surgical Gastroenterologist & Liver transplant Surgeon at Prathima Hospital, Kachiguda
Vitamin D is Vital For Children During This COVID Times | Dr. Radhakrishna Rao Sagi
Vitamin D plays many important roles in our body, including promoting the health of our immune system. Scientific research says that supplementing with Vitamin D may protect against respiratory infections, especially for those who are deficient in the vitamin.
Critical Ectopic Pregnancy Patient Life Saved by Dr. B. Madhavi, Chief OBS & Gynaecologist
P. Sowjanya rushed to Prathima Hospitals with severe abdominal pain. After a complete workup, ectopic pregnancy was diagnosed and Dr. B. Madhavi suggested immediate surgery due to uncontrolled abdominal pain and rapidly falling blood levels.
Protect Yourself and Others – Get Vaccinated | Dr. Himabindu Reddy. K, Pulmonologist
Dr. Himabindu Reddy Kona, Consultant Pulmonologist at Prathima Hospitals, KPHB addressed the important aspects of taking the COVID-19 vaccine to senior citizens. Senior citizens (those above the age of 60) and select people over 45 years of age will be allowed to get inoculated across government and private hospitals in India. This will mark the end of a long, arduous wait for people with frail immunity, the ones who face the highest risk for catching the deadly disease. Are you vaccinated? Eligible people can appeal for the vaccination. Registration and booking for an appointment for COVID19 vaccination are to be done through the CoWIN portal: http://cowin.gov.in