Category: HEALTH


Hypertension What Is Blood Pressure? Pressure Created By The Heart As It Pumps Blood Through The Arteries And The Circulatory System. What Do Blood Pressure Numbers Mean? Top Number (Systolic)= Pressure While Heart Is Beating Bottom Number (Diastolic)= Pressure While Heart Is Resting Between Beats How Can I Tell If I Have High Blood Pressure?

National Health Policy, 2017

National Health Policy, 2017 The primary aim of the National Health Policy, 2017, is to inform, clarify, strengthen and prioritize the role of the Government in shaping health systems in all its dimensions- investments in health, organization of healthcare services, prevention of diseases and promotion of good health through cross sectoral actions, access to technologies,

Kidney Stones

Kidney Stones Classification Types Constituents Seen In Calcium Based Stones Calcium Oxalate/ Calcium Phosphate Radiopaque Most Common Kidney Stone Hypercalcemia, Hypercalciuria And Hyperoxaluria Uric Acid Stones Uric Acid Radiolucent Most Common Radiolucent Kidney Stone Gout, Lesch-Nyhan Syndrome & Myeloproliferative Disorder Struvite Stones Magnesium, Ammonium & Phosphate Radiopaque Staghorn Calculi Develop In Alkaline Urine associated with

WHO Health Days

WHO Health Days There Are Many Health Days To Promote Important Public Health Issues, Many Of Which Are Supported By The World Health Organisation (WHO) And Partners. The Following Days Represent The Official WHO Health Days As Mandated By World Health Assembly. About WHO WHO Began When WHO Constitution Came Into Force On 7 April

Trophic Changes

Trophic Changes 1.Trophic Changes In The Skin & Appendages: Dry/ Rough/ Cold Skin Pigmentation Local Cyanosis/Local Oedema Hypohydrosis (Lack Of Sweating) Hypotrichosis(Fall Of Hairs) Brittle Nails 2.Trophic Ulcers: Trophic Ulcer- Usually Present Over The Heel Or Ball Of The Great Toe Sites Examined- On The Lateral Malleolus Back Of The Heel Of Foot Shoulder Girdles


Fatigue It is the excessive tiredness on exertion.The severe form of fatigue is known as ‘exhaustion’. Common Causes 1.Physiological– overwork, insomnia. 2.Pathological– Nutritional Deficiency, Dyselectrolytaemia Congestive cardiac failure (CCF), Hepatic Failure, Uraemia, Malignancy, Immunocompromised States, Sleep-Apnoea Syndrome Myxoedema, Diabetes Mellitus, Addison’s Disease, Thyrotoxicosis Tuberculosis, Brucellosis, Post-Viral Infectious States (e.g. Influenza Or Infectious Mononucleosis), Collagen Vascular