SHRI RAM HOSPITAL in Dabri, Delhi - Book Appointment, View Contact Number, Feedbacks, Address | Dr. Ritez Kumar


Internal Medicine
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Practice Statement
Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Internal Medicine.Customer service is provided by a highly trained, professional staff who look after your comfort and care and are considerate of your time. Their focus is you.


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New Delhi, Delhi - 110045
Details for Dr. Ritez Kumar
North Bengal medical College
Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi
MD - Internal Medicine
Professional Memberships
Indian Medical Association (IMA)
Delhi hematology society
Delhi Medical Association
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Past Experience
Head Of The Department Medicine at Botswana Health Service
Senior Resident Medicine at Lady Hardinge Medical College
  • MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine
    Internal Medicine
    Consultation Charges: Rs 200
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  • MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine
    General Physician
    Monsoon is here!

    Dear friends monsoon is here. A much sought after relief from the unbearable heat has finally arrived. Everywhere you turn, the air is fresh and different hues of greens are visible. One cannot but enjoy this season to the fullest.

    However, with rain also come diseases in all hue and shades.

    Most of the diseases are water borne or insect related.

    Some of the common water borne diseases are diarrhea, viral hepatitis and typhoid.

    Some of the common insect borne diseases are malaria, dengue and in some regions chikungunya to name a few.

    But these diseases should not dampen your spirit.

    Some basic precautions is all that you need to follow.

    Wash your hands frequently especially before eating, after eating and using the toilet.
    A simple indian namaskar rather than a hand shake goes a long way in preventing disease transfers.
    Carry your own water where you can or drink reliable bottled water and drinks.
    Avoid having juices or cut fruits from outside. Especially if they use ice to cool it.
    Do not let water stagnate around you, use insect repellants in water logging prone area.
    Use mosquito nets or mosquito repellants when you sleep. Remember dengue mosquitos bite in the morning also.
    Use mosquito repellant ointments and wear full sleeve clothes to avoid insect bites.
    Eat freshly prepared hot meals.
    Wash you fruits and vegetables diligently before consumption.
    Do not miss your exercise, if you cannot go outdoors, practice yoga or free hand exercise indoors.
    Consult your doctor for typhoid and hepatitis vaccinations.

    That is all you need to enjoy your monsoons. So pickup a steaming cup of tea, listen to some of your favourite songs, bring out you carom boards or ludoand have loads of fun.
  • MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine
    General Physician
    Swine flu, or H1N1, is a viral disease.
    Symptoms may be fever, cough, sore throat, running or stuffy nose, breathlessness, chest pain diarrhoea etc.
    Fortunately majority of patients do not require any test or any treatment.

    However some groups of people such as
    elderly>65 yrs of age
    children below 5 yrs of age
    pregnant females,
    diabetics, hypertensives, people with HIV or any other immunosuppressant drugs are particularly vulnerable.

    If you have the above symptoms
    consult a doctor
    cover your mouth while coughing or sneezing
    avoid crowded places
    drink plenty of water
    wash your hands regularly
    if advised by doctor, stay indoors.
    if your symptoms worsen re-consult your doctor.

    do not spit in public
    do not shake hands
    do not take medications without doctor consultation.

    For prevention you also have an option of influenza vaccine which you will have to take yearly.
    Please consult your local physician regarding vaccination.
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  • MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine
    General Physician
    With more than a 1000 people losing their lives to heat stroke, our country try is sweating it out in this sweltering heat.
    let's start by understanding heat stroke.

    Our body normally produces heat in excess to which is required to maintain our body temperature.
    This excess heat is lost via sweating and through our breath.
    Whenever we are unable to loose this heat fast enough our body becomes heated and we are at risk of heat stroke.
    So how to avoid it?
    Try staying indoors if possible.
    Do not exercise or do heavy mechanical work in the sun.
    Drink plenty of fluids, the right time to enjoy your juices and shakes and bantas.
    However do avoid alcohol and hot drinks like coffee or tea.
    Remember sweating is good ,if you are not sweating you are not cooling down.
    Cover up yourself in light coloured and airy comfortable clothes.
    As very rightly pointed out by a previous reviewer wear wide brimmed hats, do not keep anybody inside a car parked in the sun.
    Keep safe with these simple tips and enjoy your summer holidays.
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