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Dr.Riyanka

  4.4  (19 ratings)

General Physician Clinic

Near Ambedkar Medical College, R.T Nagar Post Bangalore
1 Doctor · ₹300
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Dr.Riyanka   4.4  (19 ratings) General Physician Clinic Near Ambedkar Medical College, R.T Nagar Post Bangalore
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Thank you for opting for my consultation. However, since it is an online consultation for medical opinions, kindly donot ask for prescriptions as without examination of the patient and w......more
Thank you for opting for my consultation. However, since it is an online consultation for medical opinions, kindly donot ask for prescriptions as without examination of the patient and without lab investigations it is not possible to prescribe medications.However, i can guide you regarding the procedures or your health problem. You can ask me doubts regarding lab reports or imaging reports or second medical opinion. Thank you.
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Dr.Riyanka is known for housing experienced General Physicians. Dr. Riyanka Chail, a well-reputed General Physician, practices in Bangalore. Visit this medical health centre for General Physicians recommended by 45 patients.

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Near Ambedkar Medical College, R.T Nagar Post
Bangalore, Karnataka - 560032
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Dr. Riyanka Chail

MD - Physiology, MBBS
General Physician
88%  (19 ratings)
8 Years experience
300 at clinic
₹300 online
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Heimlich maneuver- How to save a person choking

MD - Physiology, MBBS
General Physician, Bangalore
Heimlich maneuver- How to save a person choking
Heimlich Maneuver- How to save a person choking?

You can try this maneuver on people who have choked upon food, articles and you have very less time to wait for the emergency services to rescue.
Try the heimlich maneuver and you could be gifting a person his/her life.
Firstly check upon the person if he has really choked on something. Usually they will be gasping for air as the choking must have blocked the air passages. He/she may not be in a state to tell you if they have choked upon something as they cant talk but you can clearly see signs of struggle.

Tell your friend to immediately call emergency services while you try heimlich maneuver.

Never give forceful blows on the back as this may cause the object to go further down the trachea causing more difficulty in breathing.

Try heimlich maneuver:-

1. Stand behind the patient keeping your legs stable so that if the patient falls you can give proper support.

2. Encircle your hands from behind the patient such that the level is midway below the breastbone and above the navel.

3. Make a fist of your dominant hand and slip in the thumb of the dominant hand inside the fist so that you don't hurt the patient during the maneuver.

4. Now hold the fist with the other non dominant hand.

5. Now give abdominal thrusts from behind. Pull upwards and inwards using a good amount of force.

6. Do step 5 quicker and forcefully. This shall dislodge the object and by coughing it will get expelled out. Keep doing this until the object comes out.

7. If the person gets unconscious (shows that the object is not getting dislodged and the condition is worsening) stop the maneuver and immediately try to take them to the emergency room.

8. The person shall need cardiopulmonary resucitation to rescue his life.

Hope this helped.
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Dengue/Break bone fever

MD - Physiology, MBBS
General Physician, Bangalore
Dengue/Break bone fever
Due to increase in the incidence of dengue in the recent past, it is important to get screened for the disease at the earliest before complications occur. This can save many lives.
Symptoms and signs of dengue:
1. Fever
2. Severe headache
3. Muscle and joint pains (break bone fever)
4. Appearance off small red bump like rashes similar to measles.

Kindly contact your doctor at the earliest if these symptoms occur.
Drink lots of fluids to maintain hydration (most important requirement in dengue)
Get tested for IGM and IGG dengue virus.
Get a complete blood count.
If there are any signs of bleeding (fall in platelet count) get admitted immediately.

Papaya leaf juice has shown a lot of beneficial effects in bringing up the platelet count which falls below normal in dengue patients.

Hope this was helpful.
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Benefits of drinking good amount of water

MD - Physiology, MBBS
General Physician, Bangalore
Benefits of drinking good amount of water
1. It clears away the toxins from the body.
2. Gives a healthier and younger looking skin.
3. Prevents constipation.
4. Maintains the internal environment of the body.
5. Helps in dieting for calorie conscious individuals.
6. Prevents kidney or ureteric stones
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I got wet in raining. Now I have a very bad condition of my nose and mouth. I have a killer fever. What to do now?

MD - Physiology, MBBS
General Physician, Bangalore
Hi it seems like a viral infection. Consult a physician and take pain killers like paracetamol 500mg. If you have sore throat accompanied then take a course antibiotics after consulting a physician. Do salt water gargle and steam inhalation.
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I'm 24 years old, I took biryani which seems to be half boiled and which leads to stomach pain often for past 2 days, kindly provide a solution.?`

MD - Physiology, MBBS
General Physician, Bangalore
I'm 24 years old, I took biryani which seems to be half boiled and which leads to stomach pain often for past 2 days,...
Hi, it seems like stomach infection. Kindly visit a physician for antibiotics like for 7 days- norfloxacin-tinidazole combination, proton pump inhibitors like pantoprazole daily once. Take a bland diet - rice and curd. Regards, Dr. Riyanka.
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