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Dr Bose is super specialist in Fellow pulmonary critical care and sleep medicine.He is chairman ofSaans foundation and attached to Maxhospital n National heart institute as Sr consultant.He is dedicated n very careing doctor available 24×7.He is also looking after Saksham a multi tasking health worker course a capacity building in which more than 100 nos.under priviledge students n housewives were taught over 100 hrs of hands o n training with 48hrs.of class room lectures.These students are well placed in different hospitals nursing homes clinics ambulance pharmaceutical companies . Apart from saksham initiatives of saans other initiatives are Samarth a rehab physiotherapy wellness alternative medicine .. Sahaj home care total home care solution.. Sarthak community a community outreach subsidized drugs and diagnostics road shows news letter. My salute Dr P P Bose.
My experience with Dr. P.P. Bose has been very good. He is an excellent Doctor having humane qualities first and foremost. Even on a Sunday at a time of crisis he has attended us. He is extremely approachable, makes you comfortable as a patient. Listens to all problems regarding health attentively and explains in the most comprehensible and amicable way to his patients. He is very good with Diagnosis and so far all his advice and treatment to our family and me has been very appropriate. I would recommend him to all who are suffering from asthma, sleeping disorder or any other pulmonary disease, to consult Dr. Bose. For all medical problems me and my family we consult Dr. Bose. Even when he is out of station he has always been approachable. Without any hesitation we have consulted him in odd hours and he has duly attended us. I wish him success for ever.
I am Alok Chakraborty, 61 years old, and am a resident of F block, C.R. Park. I consulted Dr Seth in 2009 and was told that I had severe osteoarthritis in my knees. He operated on my right knee on 23 February, 2009. I followed all the instructions given by the doctor and was able to walk and join back my work within seven days (even before my stitches came off). He is knowledgeable, but importantly a good listener and I healed almost 90%.I highly recommend the doctor. Thanks.
I have been associated with Dr. P.P.Bose for over 15 years. He is the best Pulmonologist and a family doctor I have ever come across. He is not just an expert in his field, he is also an excellent human being. His patience and compassion makes the patients stress free and helps in speedy recovery. Dr. Bose is like a family member and quite god like for not just me, but also my family and friends.
Highly passionate doctor. a true doctor his social initiatives like SAKSHAM capacity building empowering unemployed youths ii commendable and need of the hour. SAHAJ home care initiative for old age people is another stepping stone of DR Bose's SAANS Foundation. strongly recommend him for all kind of respiratory and related disorders
Dr. P.P. Bose is an extremely reliable pulmonologist . He in many ways is known for charity work , specially with " Saans Foundation" in the area of disaster preparedness and medical evacuation training .
Excellent and the best Asthma doctor, who helped me fight Asthma since I first visited him at age 10, and turned me into a healthy individual whose asthma has been under control for over 8 years now.
Highly empathetic, excellent diagnosis with powerful counseling . Prefer to advise patients on their lifestyle corrections rather than loading with too many drugs.
We got our mother in law operated. Very smooth and helps the patient and their caretaker get over the fear and fast recovery
Dr Bose treated a close member of my family and we were very impressed with his calm and sure-footed professionalism.
It was nice .
One of the most vividly studied mental disorders in the child psychiatry branch is the ADHD disease. ADHD also known as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is a commonly observed mental disorder in children. As the name suggests this mental disorder is directly or indirectly linked to the inability of children in reacting to the environmental stimuli and inattentive. This is a serious disorder in children which could jeopardize the future of the child and in turn, everyone who is linked with the child.
According to the experts in this field, they say that each case of ADHD comes with some newer symptoms however; there is a repetitive pattern of some symptoms which helps in diagnosing the disease in children.
Symptoms of the ADHD disease in children:
Children with the ADHD disease are self-centered and inconsiderate about the needs of their near and dear ones. Since they are self-absorbed they will not care about the ongoing business of anyone and will choose to interrupt them while they might be busy doing anything. These children are not good at waiting, such as- they will not be able to wait in lines for class activities or at a takeaway order. Such children are unable to keep their emotions in control, that is, they will not wait for the appropriate time and surrounding for showing their emotions. They could get angry anywhere and anywhere and would start crying whenever they want. They will have a habit of fidgeting with things and will not want to sit idle even for a second.
An ADHD child will not be able to focus appropriately, that it, their mind will always stay distracted from things going on around. They will rather want to avoid an activity, task or question which takes the mental effort of their own, such as mathematics or puzzle. These children will have a short memory, or say, a tendency of forgetting things within a span of few minutes. This is also due to their lack of focus and attention at the work they are doing. One can easily spot an ADHD child who is daydreaming and even speaking whiles the respective daydreaming episode. These children will not be organized. A child suffering from ADHD will not be able to dress themselves up, in other words, they might be incapable of putting things together or realizing what goes where?
Such children will show their deficiencies and incapability everywhere. For example, their forgetful memory will not only be shown at home but also in school.
What should you do if you observe these signs and symptoms in your child?
This is one of the most commonly asked questions by the frightened parents of an ADHD patient. But the fact is that ADHD is curable and one should not be scared of facing it and cause a delay.
In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!
Asthma is on rise due to lack of awareness and poor drug adherence. We at SAANS are regularly creating awareness through our health camps, talk shows and digital and media advocacy. Childhood asthma needs special impetus and attention. There is an increase in morbidity and mortality among-st poor children in India due to lack of access to good asthma care. The need of the hour is to create a bridge with chain of health educators, doctors and pharmaceuticals. There is a need to create more awareness for usage of preventive inhalation cortocosteroids among st childhood asthmatics, so that they grow up with healthy lungs and reduce the COPD load in the world.
We at SAANS foundation has pledged to take our Asthma Awareness Program to grass root levels through following initiatives:
1. Public private partnership using CSR initiatives
2. Saksham educators as a part our health worker initiatives for rural India for asthma advocacy
3. Regular health camps and spirometry for Delhi NCR
4. Digital awareness with pharmaceuticals
5. Using our SAANS breathing techniques to improve asthma treatment outcome
6. Pulmonary Rehabilitation as CSR initiative from corporate for rural India with our trained therapists
Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most severe forms of dementia that is, memory loss which also comes with other disorders such as reduced muscle movement. A patient with the Alzheimer’s disease practically forgets even the most basic day-to-day activities and hence, the disease interrupts the lives of people suffering from it and the ones who are related to them. A commonly observed pattern in the patients suffering from the Alzheimer’s disease is that most of them are aged 60 years and beyond. In simple words, it is the death of the brain cells, that is, the nerve cells which causes the memory loss at first and then the cognitive decline of other bodily functions.
A patient of the Alzheimer’s disease might show one or more of the following mentioned symptoms. Read the symptoms carefully and help identify the symptoms if you see them in anyone in your surroundings. Most people mistake this symptom to be something else which causes a delay in the diagnosis. But if the disorder is diagnosed at an early stage it might help people survive, or at least have a little longer until their memory stays intact. Therefore, it is of utmost importance to know about the symptoms that are given below:
- The inability to remembering the information
- Repeating questions or actions
- Unable to find the way on a rather regularly visited road
- The decrease in decision-making ability
- Poor judgment
- Unable to solve complex puzzles or do tough activities
- Unable to recognize familiar people such as colleagues and relatives
- Unable to dress up properly
- Inability in speaking mother tongue or word formation
- Uncontrollable mood swings
- Rude and un-empathetic social behavior such as being outspoken
- They will be unable to maintain their own finances unlike before.
- Stages of Alzheimer’s disease
It is not unknown a fact when someone says that detecting a disease at an early stage is beneficial than at a later stage. The reason being that if a disease is detected earlier, there are more chances of treating it successfully, or in case of the Alzheimer’s disease there are more chances of a medication to work on slowing down the adverse effects of the disease since there is no permanent cure available for it. Therefore, it is of utmost importance that one is aware of the early onset of the disease and also, the symptoms to make a quick diagnosis. The disease affects people between the age of 30 and 60, generally, the symptoms begin at the very early age of 30 but they do not become persistent before reaching a later-on stage. The three stages are:
- Preclinical when the individual hasn’t recorded any symptoms
- The beginning with mild symptoms
- Complete dementia
In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!
So basically I was smoking too much but now I am not, I have completely left it. But It has left its effect on my body weight and even on my face so in your opinion what should I do for faster recovery.
I was a regular smoking. But I quit smoking few past months. So I want to ask that I want to reduce it my heart and keep it healthy, so which exercise and which food I take? Will you suggest me? I want to thank you in advance. Because you gives us free advice and saves our lives.
I want to clean my lungs due to smoking effects Because of visa verification please suggest me something for that.
When I see some person or when I was walking or going the thoughts came to my mind that I kill that person but in reality I do not do that and then I feel depressed, uncontrollable I know that these thoughts are not real but still I feel very bad but thoughts came to my mind that now I kill someone so I got arrested but in reality no such things happen so what should I do with such situations please help me. I would happen 2 days ago but yet the same thoughts came to my mind although I see that person is alive. Also any imaginary thought came to my mind like I push blade in my anus or I cut my penis with knife but in reality no such things happen only I imagine this things and get worried. I know these thoughts are not real but still they come to my Mind all the time each thought is replaced by another thoughts and same procedure repeated. They are uncontrollable, I try to think and believe in reality but thoughts came to my mind are not controllable. I have go through the psychiatrist for treatment and my treatment is continuing for one week. But still I cannot find relief. Please consult me .How should I deal when these thoughts came to my mind.
Hi, I am 21 Female. I am in a relationship. It's been 5 years now but our relationship doesn't look good. There is no understanding between us. He can't understand me he loves me but he takes everything so easy. He can live for months without talking to me but I can't even be a day without communicating him. I don't know how to change him. I just want to live happily without him but I'm failing every time he convinces me so quickly and easily but I'm not getting that how to change him and convince him I just want to live happily without him but I don't know how. Please suggest me either to change him or to leave him please I am almost getting mad. I'm always thinking about him and I have no thought. I'm unable to eat and sleep. Please suggest me.
Sir how to concentrate on study. I am preparing for exam can't concentrate too much. I am not addictive to any kind of addiction like smoking drinking etc. I am losing interest in study I don't know why this is happening. I was an average student but now I am getting worser. My question is 1.What should I do to overcome this problem. 2.Is there medicine required for concentration?
Your bone is a living tissue that constantly undergoes the cycle of breakage and replacement. Osteoporosis is a condition wherein the rate at which new bones form cannot match up to the worn out bones, thus making the bones fragile and brittle. Osteoporosis mainly affects the wrist, hip or spine and can result in a stooped posture accompanied by height shrinkage and back pain caused due to a collapsed vertebra.
Reasons Behind Osteoporosis
Hormones: Lowered estrogen count in women and testosterone in men as a result of ageing or other treatments can result in this condition. Excess thyroid secretion in the body, an overactive adrenalin gland or parathyroid gland can also accelerate bone loss. Women are more vulnerable to osteoporosis during menopause.
Prolonged use of injected: Prolonged use of injected or oral corticosteroid medications such as cortisone or prednisone messes with the bone-building process. Medicines used to combat cancer, gastric reflux and seizures can be responsible as well.
Medical Conditions: Certain medical conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, cancer, liver or kidney disease increases the risks of acquiring osteoporosis.
Sedentary Lifestyle: A sedentary lifestyle with not much physical activity along with an excessive consumption of alcohol and tobacco makes you susceptible to osteoporosis.
Treatments for Osteoporosis:
- Medication: Commonly prescribed medicines for remedying fractures include bisphosphonates such as Zoledronic acid, Ibandronate, Risedronate and Alendronate.However these medicines are not free of side-effects such as abdominal pain, nausea or heart burn. In case, your regular medicine doesn’t work, you can use Denosumab and Teriparatide as alternatives but only after consulting your physician.
- Hormone Therapy: Estrogen therapy for women after menopause helps sustain bone density. However such procedures can escalate the dangers of getting afflicted with cancer, heart diseases or conditions such as blood clotting.
- Alternative Medicine: Ipriflavone, a laboratory manufactured product, when combined with calcium can curb chances of bone loss and alleviate pain. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an orthopedist.