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Dr KK Aggarwal
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7th August 2012, Tuesday

Small Study: Soft Drinks May Change Metabolism Permanently

Dr. Hans-Peter Kubis, the director of the Health Exercise and Rehabilitation group at Bangor University in England, has shown that regularly drinking soda drinks can not only cause weight gain, but can actually change the metabolism in the human body, potentially triggering a whole host of other medical problems.

The findings published in the European Journal of Nutrition in June, looked at the effects of increased soda intake on a group of 11 men and women described as 'lightly active, healthy, lean subjects with sporadic soft drink consumption.

The study found that even in that short time, the extra soda led their bodies to process calories differently, switching to 'an inefficient metabolism.

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4th Dil Ka Darbar on 23rd September, 2012

Addressing a press conference, Padma Shri & Dr. B.C. Roy National Awardee, Dr. KK Aggarwal, President Heart Care Foundation of India, announces the date for 4th Dil Ka Darbar will be held on Sunday, 23rd September, 2012 at Talkatora Stadium.

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    National News

Indian project declared winner of Environment Day challenge

UNITED NATIONS: A Chennai-based development organisation is among the five winners of this year's World Environment Day Challenge organised by the UN for inspiring environmental action. The UN Environment Programme (UNEP) had challenged people across the world to pledge an environmental activity in connection with this year's World Environment Day, which was observed on June 5. "Today we celebrate five inspiring projects, submitted for the World Environment Day 2012 challenge, that illuminate the pathway to a transition to a green economy," UNEP?s Executive Director Achim Steiner said. Among the winners is a Chennai-based development organisation 'Hand in Hand India. It brought together over 500 volunteers to create a colourful 10,000 square foot rangoli carpet depicting 10 environmental themes.

Other projects that won include Fundacion Ecoprogreso, a group in Colombia that works to protect a mangrove lagoon surrounding the city of Cartagena. Maji Mazuri Centre International, located in Nairobi, runs an initiative called Green Heroes, in which youth focus on organising and improving waste management in the Kenyan capital's informal Mathare settlement. Among its events for World Environment Day were a communal clean-up day and a football match that galvanised over 2,000 people. Asutralia's Sunshine Coast Environment Council is also among the winner of this year?s challenge. A Bangladeshi non-profit organization, Shidhulai Swanirvar Sangstha, which celebrated the day through a solar-powered boat rally, a drawing competition on floating schools and an exhibition on a two-tier boat also declared winner of the competition. (Source: TOI, Aug 3, 2012)

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My Profession My Concern

Dear Dr KK Aggarwal, I fully agree with Dr. OP Yadava about medical ethics with respect to charging your professional colleagues. I also felt that sometimes we overstep our boundaries by walking into professional's chamber without prior appointment. All of us should respect the time of our patients. Doctors should quietly pay the fees in the front office and walk away when he or she visits for consultation. Dr. R Mani, Chennai.

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Medical mistakes in Indian movies

Dear all, eMedinewS is starting a special series on ‘Medical mistakes in Indian movies’. We invite all our readers to share with us the following information:

  1. Scene/s where the image of the medical profession has been maligned in an unrealistic manner, or
  2. Scene/s where medical care and approach has been depicted incorrectly, or
  3. Scenes where the medical profession has been portrayed correctly.

Send us the clippings or description of the scenes. This would be a start to a special campaign to rebuild the image of the medical profession.

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(Contributed by Dr Monica and Brahm Vasudev)

CMV an unlikely contributor to pre-eclampsia: Study

Maternal antibodies to cytomegalovirus (CMV) were not associated with pre-eclampsia in a large Norwegian case-control study. (Source: Medscape)

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FDA approves digestible microchips to be placed in pills

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first ingestible sensor. The Ingestion Event Marker (IEM), by Proteus Health, represents a new category of medical device: It is made entirely of ingredients found in food and is activated on ingestion. (Source: Medscape)

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CMV retinitis increases cataract risk in patients with AIDS

Cytomegalovirus (CMV) retinitis is associated with an increased absolute and relative risk for cataract in patients with AIDS, according to a study published online July 31 in Ophthalmology. The risk is highest for patients older than 60 years and for eyes that have had detached retina repair using silicone oil. John H. Kempen, MD, PhD, and colleagues analyzed data from patients enrolled in the Longitudinal Study of Ocular Complications of AIDS, a prospective cohort study of patients from 19 AIDS ophthalmology centers in the United States. (Source: Medscape)

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@DeepakChopra: Don't let anger and resentment linger. Unless you actively acknowledge and release them, they will build up and fester.

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(Dr KK Aggarwal, Group Editor in Chief, IJCP Group of Publications and eMedinews)

Celebrity vs Social Celebrity

There is a very thin line between the two. Celebrity status means that more than 1% of the population admires you. You can be a politician, minister, sportsperson or a doctor to be a celebrity.

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(Dr Kaberi Banerjee, IVF expert, New Delhi)

What is the process of embryo transfer?

During embryo transfer, the doctor may or may not use an ultrasound machine to provide guidance while inserting an "outer" catheter through the vagina and opening of the cervix into the uterus. A smaller catheter containing the embryos is then inserted into this "outer" catheter and placed near the middle of the cavity of the uterus. Then the embryos are released into the uterus. A slight feeling of cramp may occur when the catheter is inserted through the cervix; rarely, some mild cramping, bleeding and/or spotting may be experienced after the procedure.

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    Tat Tvam Asi………and the Life Continues……

(Dr N K Bhatia, Medical Director, Mission Jan Jagriti Blood Bank)

Rational Use of Blood

Cellular Components


Synonyms: RCC (Red Cell Concentrate), PCV (Packed Cell Volume)

Description: Generally available in two types -

  • RCC without additive solution: 150-200 ml red cells (depending on the volume and hematocrit of blood collected) from which about 80% of the plasma has been removed. Hematocrit is about 65-75%.
  • RCC with additive solution: 150 – 200 ml red cells (depending on the volume and hematocrit of blood collected) with minimal residual plasma to which 100 ml of additive solution has been added. Hematocrit is about 50-70%

Aim: To increase the oxygen carrying capacity in anemic patients.


  • Replacement of RBCs in normovolemic anemia, acute or chronic for restoration of oxygen carrying capacity,
  • Use with crystalloid replacement fluid or colloid solution in acute blood loss

Preparation, Storage and Shelf life: Following are the details of RBCs prepared in different conditions –

Volume of parent

Type of bag used

volume of RBC prepared

Storage temperature

Shelf life

450 ml blood + 63ml anticoagulant (CPD)

With Additive Solution

350+/-20 ml

20 C to 60 C in BBR* (Do not store in domestic fiedge)

. 42 days if unopened
. 01 day if opened

350 ml blood + 49 ml anticoagulant (CPD)

With Additive Solution

300+/-20 ml

20 C to 60 C in BBR* (Do not store in domestic fiedge)

. 42 days if unopened
. 01 day if opened

450 ml blood + 63ml anticoagulant (CPDAI)

Without Additive Solution

280+/-40 ml

20 C to 60 C in BBR* (Do not store in domestic fiedge)

. 35 days if unopened
. 01 day if opened

350 ml blood + 49ml anticoagulant (CPDAI)

Without Additive Solution

230+/-40 ml

20 C to 60 C in BBR* (Do not store in domestic fiedge)

. 35 days if unopened
. 01 day if opened

*Blood Bank Refrigerator (BBR) has facility of maintaining uniform temperature between 2° C to 6° C, digital thermometer with continuous displaying of temperature, continuous temperature recording and audible alarm system.

Unit of Issue: Normally one donation, but in pediatric patients, it can be divided in required quantity.


  • Must be ABO and RhD compatible with recipient
  • Never add medication to the unit of blood
  • Complete transfusion within 4 hours of commencement

Dosage effects:

In Adults, if not bleeding actively, one unit of RBC increases Hemoglobin by 0.75 to 1 gm% & Hematocrit by 2.5 to 3%.

In Children if not bleeding actively, 8 ml/kg body weight of whole blood or RBC prepared from it, increases Hemoglobin by 0.75 to 1 gm% & Hematocrit by 2.5 to 3%.

In Infants if not bleeding actively, 3 ml/Kg body weight of whole blood or RBC prepared from it, increases Hemoglobin by 0.75 to 1 gm% & Hematocrit by 2.5 to 3%.

Advantage of transfusing RBC over whole blood:

  • RBC without additive solution increases oxygen carrying capacity without increasing blood volume. This is useful in chronic anemia, CHF and in old, debilitated patients.
  • Removal of plasma decreases plasma proteins thus decreases chances of allergic or anaphylactic reactions.
  • Total electrolytes are decreased, which is helpful in some diseases.

Advantages of using RBC with additive solution:

  • Reduces the viscosity of blood, hence making the transfusion easy.
  • Shelf life of RCC increases from 35 days to 42 days.
  • Post-transfusion viability of RBCs increases.


  • Pharmacologically treatable deficiency anemia
  • Coagulation factors deficiency
  • Platelet deficiency
  • For volume replacement only
  • To enhance wound healing
  • To improve general “well-being”
  • In place of a hematinic

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    An Inspirational Story

(Dr GM Singh)

All I wanted was to be reconnected. Student-Teacher

Last night’s dream had left me restless. Even in the world of the unknown I could sense it was her. The warmth I felt last night could have emerged only from an aura like hers. It had been ten long years since I had seen her. But the threads of time had forever bound me to her: through her thoughts, her values, her ways, and her morals.

I was six years old when I met her. The class bully had thrown my lunch into the dustbin and I had been helplessly crying out of hunger and anger. She had fondly taken me to the room reserved for teachers and treated me to a feast of crispy pooris and spicy chole. The taste still lingered in my heart, and so did our first meeting. I had run out of the staff room shouting out that I would ask the class bully to throw away my lunch everyday!

What built over the next ten years from that day at school was beyond a student-teacher relationship. She had become my mother at my second home, a companion with the understanding of a timeless comrade. She secretly had treated me with pooris and chole. On Saturday mornings, she undid my hair and plaited them into impeccable plaints. At the age of ten, she introduced me to the world of literature. From Blyton to Wordsworth, she unfolded a world I loved to explore. She kindled poetry in me at the age of twelve. I effortlessly wove magic with words she taught. She instilled me with culture and traditions, a quest to intrigue, a thirst for knowledge, a temptation to explore, the unexplored, the dome of unquestionable humanity… She did have a son, but she had resurrected her unborn daughter in me. And I revered this bonding beyond the ties of blood.

Even after school had ended, I was still in contact with her. Over the years that came over, she predominantly was given an authority to voice her views in the important decisions of my life. Until my marriage, when I settled down in the States forever.

Marriage had not only distanced me from my homeland but also from my dear ones. It was only birthdays and anniversaries now, that calls were exchanged. I had created my world over here and I had no regrets. I spoke of her often, to my husband and daughter while reminiscing olden days.

The whole day I only thought of her. Her words echoed in my ears throughout the day. There was some invisible force compelling me to see her again. I scampered through old photographs to reinitiate the bonding with her. That night, I buried myself in my husband’s chest and cried. Cried for the distances I created, for lost moments, for happier times. He simply held me tight. It was his way.

After two days, I found three tickets to India on the breakfast table. I was more than surprised. Just last month, when my in laws had called inviting us for a marriage at home, my husband had stubbornly refused to go, giving an excuse of an important meeting. Miraculously, the meeting had been put off the previous day. She had once told me, I would find an understanding husband.

After a decade or so, I was back in my homeland. My daughter was intrigued with every small thing. She asked about the dusty streets, the fragrant chamelis, the half clad women, the temples, the richness and the poverty. My husband and I patiently answered them all. The marriage was a fortnight away. I had my time.

After making a full fledged search, I finally found her. In fact, I found her son. He immediately recognized me. The ties of satin and silk had not weakened over the years. He was married now, fathering a son. And what he told me about her left me shattered.

She was suffering from Alzheimer, a disease much dreaded and feared. It was a question of now or then for her. Days and nights had lost count and she was dissolving into an ocean of nothingness engulfed by the dimness of confusion and grief. She lay quiet for most of the time and sometimes shrieked in sheer confusion. She called out to strangers and estranged people she knew.

I wasted no time in gong to visit her in the hospital. She was wrapped in a brown blanket and stared at the roof. Guilt and tears stung my eyes at the same instance. I went and sat down beside her, told her things I had planned to tell her when we met. I knew it was of no use. I gave her the book she had gifted me on my eighteenth birthday, ‘Tuesdays with Morrie’. She gave me her benign smile. After a few hours, I decided to leave. My dream had come true. She had forgotten me and I was helplessly crying for a reconnection.

As I turned to leave, I heard my name being called out. The same way she had done on our first meeting, this time with the quivers of a pointless existence. I turned back with all my hope coming back. What I saw stupefied me then and there.

My nine year old daughter, Aakriti was my shadow. She resembled me in every angle. Except for the dimple she had inherited from her father, her features were bestowed from my genes. Very often she would hold my old photographs in her hand and admire the impeccable resemblance. I often relived my childhood in her. There she was, my daughter, on her lap. She had undone her hair and was braiding them into the same plaits. For once, I envied my daughter. I wanted to snatch her away and sit there instead. Very soon the envy was replaced with what she had always taught me. I resurrected myself into my daughter. It was the only way for are connection!

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Children who spend more time outside are far less likely to become short sighted (myopia). Spending time outside in natural light reduced the risk of myopia in children whether they were active or not and even improved the eye sight. Lead researcher Dr Cathy William of Bristol University said there was a strong link between time spent outside and good vision, regardless of family history, how much time they spent reading or the children’s physical activity The researchers looked at eye tests of 7000 children from South West England who were examined at the age 7, 10, 11, 12, 15. They monitored the children's physical activity over a week. Those who regularly spent times outdoors at the age of eight or nine were half as likely to be myopic by the time they were 15. Between a quarter and a half of young people in the west and up to 80 percent of young people in parts of South east Asia are affected by myopia. (Courtesy: Daily mail online, 3rd August 2012)

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Dr Good Dr Bad

Situation: A patient with pneumonia came with mild breathlessness.
Dr Bad: Admit in ICU.
Dr Good: Admit in ward.
Lesson: The 2007 IDSA/ATS consensus guidelines identified two major criteria for direct admission to an intensive care unit: septic shock requiring vasopressor support and requirement for mechanical ventilation. The presence of either criterion requires ICU care. (Clin Infect Dis 2007;44 Suppl 2:S27).

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Make Sure

Situation: A patient with dengue after platelet transfusion developed acute lung injury.
Reaction: Oh my God! Why were platelets transfused?
Lesson: Make sure that no platelets are transfused unless there is significant spontaneous bleeding.

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Forgiveness is the sweetest revenge. Isaac Friedmann

  Lab Update

(Dr Arpan Gandhi and Dr Navin Dang)

Tests for adrenal insufficiency & Addison’s disease

  • Serum electrolytes (Sodium, Potassium, Chloride and Carbon dioxide): To help detect and evaluate the severity of an existing electrolyte imbalance and to monitor the effectiveness of treatment. Electrolytes may be affected by many conditions; in Addison’s disease, sodium, chloride, and carbon dioxide levels are often low, while the potassium level may be very high.
  • BUN and Creatinine are also done.
    Mind Teaser

Read this…………………

Included in the plan of care for the immediate post-gastroscopy period will be:

A. Maintain NGT to intermittent suction
B. Assess gag reflex prior to administration of fluids
C. Assess for pain and medicate as ordered
D. Measure abdominal girth every 4 hours

Yesterday’s Mind Teaser: What is the best reason for the nurse in instructing the client to rotate injection sites for insulin?

A. Lipodystrophy can result and is extremely painful
B. Poor rotation technique can cause superficial hemorrhaging
C. Lipodystrophic areas can result, causing erratic insulin absorption rates from these
D. Injection sites can never be reused

Answer for Yesterday’s Mind Teaser: C. Assess for pain and medicate as ordered

Correct answers received from: Dr jella, Prabha Sanghi, Dr PC Das, Dr Sushma Chawla,
Dr AP Bhatia, Dr Anurag julka, Dr Kanta jain, Dr (Maj. Gen.) Anil Bairaria, Dr BB Aggarwal, YJ vasavada, Dr Pankaj Agarwal, Dr Avtar Krishan, Dr Chandresh Jardosh, Muthumperumal Thirumalpillai, Raju Kuppusamy, Dr Jainendra Upadhyay, Parimal shah, Dr Valluri Ramarao.

Answer for 5th August Mind Teaser: B. Assess gag reflex prior to administration of fluids
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When u feel sad, to cheer up just go to the mirror and say, "damn I am really so cute". U will overcome your sadness. But don’t make this a habit. Coz liars go to hell.

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(Dr Sudhir Gupta, Additional Prof, Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, AIIMS)

What is a Grievous Hurt/injury?

It is very difficult for doctor to draw a line between those bodily hurts which are serious and those which are slight. To make out the offence of voluntarily causing grievous hurt there must be some specific hurt, voluntarily inflicted and coming within the scope of following as per Indian law: As per 320 Indian Penal Code the following kinds of hurt only are designated as "grievous";

  1. Emasculation: It means depriving a male of masculine power.
  2. Permanent privation of sight of either eye: The gravity lies in the permanency because it deprives a person the use of the organ of sight.
  3. Permanent privation of the hearing of either ear: It deprives a man of his sense of hearing. Injury to the tympanum or auditory nerve or by thrusting something into the ear which causes deafness.
  4. Privation of any member or joint: The term ‘member’ means an organ or a limb being part of man capable of performing a distinct function. It includes, nose, mouth, hands, feet, phalanges etc.
  5. Destruction or permanent impairing of the powers of any member or joint: the use of limbs and joints of body are essential to the discharge of the normal functions of the body. Their deprivation causes lifelong crippling and makes the person defenseless and miserable.
  6. Permanent disfiguration of the head or face: The word ‘disfigure’ means to cause some external injuries which detracts from his personal appearance but does not weaken him
  7. Fracture or dislocation of a bone or tooth: It is not necessary that a bone should be cut through and through, the cut should be up to the medulla. If there is a break by cutting or splintering of the bone or there is a rupture or fissure in it, it would amount to a fracture but the doctor must document the dimensions of fracture and duration/age correlation with age of injury. Dislocation means displacement. Mere looseness of teeth will not amount to dislocation. It has to be proved that the tooth was originally not loose and that there was fracture or dislocation by the injury.
  8. Any hurt which endangers life or which causes the victim to be in severe bodily pain or unable to follow his ordinary pursuits for a period of 20 days: A wound may cause intense pain, prolonged disease or long lasting body injury but does not fall under any of the seven clauses. A body injury/beating may not mutilate the sufferer or fracture his bones but may be so harsh and painful may cause even death. The eighth clause provides for such hurts. Under this, three different clauses of hurt are included. These are:
    • Any hurt which endangers life
    • Any hurt which causes the victim to be in severe bodily pain for a period of 20 days
    • Any hurt which prevents the victim from following his ordinary pursuits for a period of 20 days

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When Constipation May be a Serious Problem

While most instances of constipation may not be serious, some cases of infrequent or difficult bowel movements need evaluation by a doctor said Padma Shri and Dr B C Roy National Awardee Dr KK Aggarwal President, Heart Care Foundation of India.

Heart Care Foundation of India offers this list of warning signs:

  1. You're constipated for the first time
  2. Constipation occurs for you very infrequently.
  3. You've been treating constipation at home with more fiber, fluids and exercise for at least three weeks, but have no improvement.
  4. You have abdominal pain.
  5. You have bloody stools.
  6. You have unexplained weight loss.
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Date: 5th Aug 2012
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