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16th September 2011, Friday

Insulin nasal spray may slow Alzheimer's disease

Intranasal insulin therapy may have beneficial effects on cognition and function among patients with Alzheimer's disease, a pilot study suggested. Patients who received 20 IU of intranasal insulin daily for four months had improvements on delayed story recall tests (P=0.02, Cohen f effect size=0.36), according to Suzanne Craft, PhD, of the Veterans Affairs Puget Sound Health Care System in Seattle, and colleagues.

Study suggests that intranasal administration of insulin over a four-month period to patients with amnestic mild cognitive impairment or mild-to-moderate Alzheimer's disease improved delayed memory and preserved general cognition compared with placebo.

Insulin is critical for normal brain function, and dysregulation of its metabolism has been shown to contribute to the development of Alzheimer's disease. Because patients with Alzheimer's disease also exhibit decreased levels of insulin in the central nervous system, it has been hypothesized that raising these levels to normal might help maintain cognitive ability. (MedPage)

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Encephalitis: Death toll rises to 26 in Bihar

GAYA: With the death of two more children in a hospital here on Wednesday, Japanese encephalitis has claimed 26 lives in Bihar during the past three weeks, official sources said. The two children died in the Anugrah Narayan Sinha Medical College-cum-Hospital, its Superintendent Sitaram Prasad said. A total of 25 children are currently undergoing treatment in the hospital, Prasad said, adding that their blood tests had confirmed the disease. He said that most of the patients had come from Gaya, Aurangabad and Nawada districts of Bihar and Chatra district of Jharkhand. (Source: TOI, Sept 14, 2011)

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(Dr Monica and Brahm Vasudev)

12 million people worldwide diagnosed with cancer each year

London: The number of new cancer cases has soared by a fifth in less than a decade and now stands at 12 million a year, according to new figures. This is more than four times the annual number of new HIV infections. The World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) said it believed that 2.8 million cases of cancer are linked to poor diet, lack of exercise and being overweight — a figure expected to rise dramatically in the next decade. The figures were released ahead of a United Nations meeting on diseases, including cancer, later this month. The WCRF said there was a “once in a generation” opportunity to reverse the trend. "The truth is the number of cases around the world is going up partly because we are an ageing population, but also because of changes in lifestyle,” Professor Martin Wiseman, medical and scientific adviser for WCRF, told the BBC. "As countries become more urbanised, they become more prone to the Western diseases that we are used to seeing. Not just cancers — coronary heart disease, diabetes, obesity and lung diseases,” he added. Prof Wiseman also warned that many people were still unaware that risk factors such as alcohol and obesity affect cancer risk. (Source: http://www.thehindu.com/health/article2436453.ece, September 8, 2011)

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Child mortality down over 50% in Asia Pacific

SINGAPORE: The Asia Pacific region has made great strides in reducing child mortality according to the latest estimates released by the United Nations agency, UNICEF, and the World Health Organisation. According to the new estimates, the total number of under-five deaths fell in the region from nearly 2.2 million in 1990 to 694,000 in 2010. This is a 68 per cent decline in the region's child mortality in 20 years, translating into over 4,000 fewer children dying each day. This has been partly a result of investments in national immunisation programmes by governments in the region which reduced the number of deaths of children between the ages of two and five. But the new figures highlight a number of critical challenges for Asia Pacific policy makers in the lead up to 2015 when countries have committed to achieving the Millennium Development Goal of reducing child mortality by two thirds. UNICEF's Young Child Survival & Development Advisor for East Asia and the Pacific, Basil Rodriques, said infant and neonatal deaths are now making up a much higher percentage of child deaths in the region. According to the new estimates, 79 per cent of child deaths in the region occur in the first year of life, and the vast majority of these children die within a month of being born.

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Even low-dose aspirin may increase risk of gi bleeding, study suggests

According to a new study in Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology, the use of low-dose aspirin for prevention of heart blockage and cancer increases the risk for GI bleeding, with the risk being increased further with additional use of cardiovascular disease-preventing therapies, such as clopidogrel and anticoagulants. In patients who took proton pump inhibitors (PPIs), bleeding risk decreased. Low-dose aspirin, defined as 75 to 325 mg daily, is a mainstay of therapy for cardiovascular disease. Patients with prior cardiovascular disease have fewer cardiovascular events and deaths with the use of low-dose aspirin compared with patients who do not use it. It is also being used for cancer prevention, especially GI and colon cancer.

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Curcumin in turmeric kicks off cancer-killing mechanisms in human saliva

Curcumin, the main component in the spice turmeric used in curry, suppresses a cell signaling pathway that drives the growth of head and neck cancer, according to a pilot study using human saliva by researchers at UCLA's Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center.

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The brittleness of aging bones: More than loss of bone mass

It is a well-established fact that as we grow older, our bones become more brittle and prone to fracturing. It is also well established that loss of mass is a major reason for older bones fracturing more readily than younger bones, hence medical treatments have focused on slowing down this loss. However, new research from scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)'s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) shows that at microscopic dimensions, the age-related loss of bone quality can be every bit as important as the loss of quantity in the susceptibility of bone to fracturing.

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Can Sildenafil (Viagra) cause acute heart attack?

  1. Acute heart attack and sudden death have been described after sildenafil therapy (1, 2).
  2. Seventy percent of the men who developed MI of SCD had known cardiovascular disease and several were using a nitrate concurrently with sildenafil (3).


  1. Lancet 1998;352:957.
  2. N Engl J Med 1999;341:700.
  3. Circulation 2000;102:2516.

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    Spiritual Update

Free writing can clear mental stress

By spending thirty minutes each day for four days to write out your innermost thoughts and feelings, one can significantly boost mental and physical health. So called "expressive writing" or "journal therapy" requires only pen and a paper.

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    Legal Question of the Day

(Contributed by Dr MC Gupta, Advocate)

Does the SDM have power to waive off the requirement for postmortem examination?

As per general legal principles, my views are as follows:

  • The role of police is to maintain law and order and to investigate crime as per rules and, after investigation, to file the charge sheet or the closure report before the appropriate judicial authority for passing appropriate judicial orders.
  • Police is bound to get a postmortem examination done as per departmental rules and has little or no discretion in the matter.
  • When death occurs and a body is likely to be disposed / cremated, the judicial authority has powers to grant a request for postmortem and to issue necessary orders to the police to get an autopsy done.
  • It stands to reason that if the judicial authority has power to order an autopsy, it should also have power to waive the requirement for autopsy when the circumstances so demand.

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    An Inspirational Story

(Dr GM Singh)

God's Presence

"Let me see your kindness to me in the morning, for I am trusting you. Show me where to walk, for my prayer is sincere." -Psalm 143:8 (LB)

Arthur Gordon is a favorite writer of mine. Once he came to New York to interview Dr. Blanton, a co-founder of the American Foundation for Religion and Psychiatry. Mr. Gordon sat in a restaurant waiting for the esteemed psychiatrist to arrive. As he waited, his mind went back over his life. By the time Mr. Blanton arrived, Mr. Gordon was sitting there with a frown and a very sad look on his face. "What's the matter, Arthur?"

"Oh," the writer replied, "I've just been sitting here thinking about all the 'ifs' in my life. "Dr. Blanton suggested, "Let's drive over to my office after lunch; I want you to hear something." Later in his office, Dr. Blanton put on a tape and said, "I'm going to let you listen to three different people; they're all patients of mine and they are mentally ill. Listen carefully."

For one hour the great author listened. When the tape was finished, Dr. Blanton asked, "Tell me what single trait all these people had in common.” Arthur Gordon thought a moment and then answered, "I can't think of anything." "Then I'll tell you," the psychiatrist said. "All of them kept repeating the phrase, 'If only...if only...if only.' These words cause mental sickness. They are like poison. These people must learn to say, 'Next time...next time...next time.' These words point to the future, to a new day, to healing and health!"

I trust my past to God. My eyes are on the future!

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    Gastro Update

(Dr. Neelam Mohan, Director Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Liver Transplantation, Medanta – The Medicity)

Inflammatory Bowel Disease

What are the characteristics of IBD?

Ulcerative Colitis (UC) is characterized by diffuse mucosal inflammation limited to the colon. Disease extent can be divided into distal or more extensive disease.

  • ‘‘Distal’’ disease refers to colitis confined to the rectum (proctitis) or rectum and sigmoid colon (proctosigmoiditis). More extensive disease includes ‘‘left-sided colitis’’ (up to the splenic flexure).
  • ‘‘Extensive colitis’’ (up to the hepatic flexure), and pancolitis (affecting the whole colon)in around 60-80% of the children.

In contrast to UC, Crohn’s disease is characterized by patchy, transmural inflammation, which may affect any part of the gastrointestinal tract. It may be defined by location (terminal ileal, colonic, ileocolic, upper gastrointestinal), or by pattern of disease (inflammatory, fistulating, or stricturing).

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    Infertility Update

(Dr. Kaberi Banerjee, Infertility and IVF Specialist)

Panel Discussion 3 – Essential pre – requisites before opening your own IVF centre

Highlights: The do’s and don’ts before opening your own IVF centre will be discussed in this session with a panel of knowledgeable professionals in this field. There will also be clarification of audience doubts.

Panelists: Dr R S Sharma (ICMR), DGHS, Tanushree Siddhart, Hospital Administrator, Dr Nandita Palshetkar (Mumbai), Dr Dinkar Kalra, Lawyer, Dr K D Nayyar (New Delhi), Dr Kuldeep Jain (New Delhi)

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Prothrombin time (PT)

PT is done in a person with hepatitis or suspected hepatitis. Coagulation factors (proteins used in the formation of a blood clot) are mostly produced by the liver, and prolonged PT may indicate the severity of liver damage.

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Lesson: Make sure that a pulse pressure of less than 20 is not ignored. It is an impending sign that the patient is going into shock.

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In the doghouse: In a situation in which someone is annoyed with you because of something you did

    Medicolegal Update

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

Post mortem test in surgical death with alleged negligence

The strict test to be applied should be: ‘Would death could have occurred, if the operation had not taken place?’

  • Information is required before beginning the medicolegal autopsy. The patient’s notes are essential along with some other relevant information. Equally important is the attendance of clinicians at the autopsy, more indeed, in deaths associated with anesthesia.
  • Discussion among autopsy surgeon and the anesthetist may arrive at an amicable conclusion of opinion to offer the investigating authority.
  • The hospital lab may be requested to retain any antemortem blood or fluid samples sent to them so that they remain available for analytical checks, such as blood grouping in transfusion mishaps, or creatine phosphokinase activity in malignant hyperthermia
  • If death is due to a disease or disability, other than that for which the operation was performed, a distinction has to be drawn between those conditions that were known before the operation was and those which were unexpected. Naturally, operative and anesthetic techniques may have to be modified to take into account the known adverse conditions.
  • Death may occur due to failure of a surgical technique. This may be inadvertent, from a true ‘accident’ sometimes caused by unusually difficult operative circumstances, to anatomical abnormalities or even failure of equipment.
  • When death is a result of error of incompetence, then a legal action for negligence may ensue and the autopsy surgeon must be even more meticulous than usual in producing a detailed and impartial report.
  • When a failure of equipment may be responsible, then expert examination and advice is required. Anesthetic machines, gas supply, compatibility of connections and all the sophisticated hardware of Operation Theater must be subjected to the most rigorous inspection if a malfunction is suspected. This is an important concern of the autopsy surgeon, as he is responsible for the eventual decision about the cause of death.
  • Cardiac arrest was found to be the most common single mode of death, being seen on average once or twice a year in most busy operating suites even under the most careful surgical and anesthetic regimens. Most cardiac arrests occur either at the start or end of the surgical procedure.

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    Mind Teaser

Read this…………………

Incidence of gallbladder cancer is highest in

a. Chile
b. India
c. United Kingdom
d. South Africa

Yesterday’s Mind Teaser: High dose chemotherapy given prior to stem cell transplant may be associated with gonadal failure. Risk is least with the use of:

a. Busulfan + cyclophosphamide
b. Cyclophosphamide + TBI
c. Ifosfamide +carboplatin+ Etoposide
d. Fludarabine + ATG

Answer for yesterday’s Mind Teaser: d. Fludarabine + ATG

Correct answers received from: Dr Y. J. Vasavada, Dr.K.Raju, Dr Chandresh Jardosh, Dr Jainendra Upadhyay, Anil Bairaria, Dr Anjan Kumar Dhua, Dr. A.K.Kela

Answer for 13th September Mind Teaser: d. Procarbazine
Correct answers received from: Dr Y. J. Vasavada, Dr Priya, Dr Shashank, Dr Khushi, Dr Pooja, Dr Fiza

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(Ms Prabha Sanghi)

An elderly gentleman...

An elderly gentleman had serious hearing problems for a number of years. He went to the doctor and the doctor was able to have him fitted for a set of hearing aids that allowed the gentleman to hear 100%. The elderly gentleman went back in a month to the doctor and the doctor said, “Your hearing is perfect.. Your family must be really pleased that you can hear again.”

The gentleman replied, “Oh, I haven't told my family yet. I just sit around and listen to the conversations. I've changed my will three times!”

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List of Approved Drug From 01–01–2011 to 30–06–2011

Drug Name
DCI Approval Date
Dasatinib 20mg/50mg/70mg (Additional Indication)
Treatment of newly diagnosed adults with chronic myeloid leukaemia (CML) in chronic phase.
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18th MTNL Perfect Health Mela to Focus on Science behind Rituals: Ghaziabad to Benefit

Heart Care Foundation of India, World Fellowship of Religions, NDMC; MCD and Health Department, Government of Delhi and Ministry of Science and Technology, Environment etc Govt of India in association with other NGOs, Public (Steel authority of India, LIC) and Private Sector (coke) undertakings and medical establishments (International oncology group) is organizing 18th MTNL Perfect Health Mela from 14th to 23rd October, 2011 in New Delhi. The Mela will attract over 3 lakhs members of the public and will be a mix of competitions, checkups, exhibitions and infotainment.

The basic objective of the event is to create awareness about all aspects of health for people from all sections of the society and all walks of life incorporating all pathies under one roof using cost effective infotainment modules. The event will be held from14-18th at multiple locations and 19-23rd Oct. at NDMC Ground Delhi, Near Philanji Village, Laxmibai Nagar, New Delhi.

Addressing a press conference, Padma Shri and Dr B C Roy National Awardee Dr. K K Aggarwal, President, Heart Care Foundation of India and MTNL Perfect Health Mela said that the main theme this year will be science behind mythology.

Dr. B P Tyagi, Ghaziabad Coordinator Heart Care Foundation of India said that the mela also provides young budding artists an opportunity to test their talent. Healthy competitions held at the mela will bring the best out of these participating children and youth, he further added.

Sr Officers from MTNL, Department of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of Delhi, MCD, NDMC, LIC, Coca Cola India Ltd., World Fellowship of Religions, etc. also in a joint statement said that the Mela will be a perfect Health picnic spot for the families to visit. They further said that these events will provide the right opportunities to the public to know how to live healthy up to that age of 100.

The events of the Mela

One of the highlights of the event will be the Medico Masti where youth from over 30 colleges will participate in events like Rock Band, fashion show, choreography, western dance, Indian dance, classical dance, T-shirt painting; pot painting, poster making, mehendi, slogan writing, and all the events will focus on health directly or indirectly. Other events will be Divya Jyoti (nurses health festival); Harmony and Ecofest (School health festival), Anmol (Festival for children with special needs) etc. The Mela will provide free education, exhibition.

  1. 14th October, Friday: Media Advocacy and Press Conference at Russian Cultural Centre
  2. 15th October, Saturday: Seminar on Women Health at Acharya Sushil Muni Ashram, Defence Colony, New Delhi. The topic is Impact of Climate Change on Women Health.
  3. 16th October, Sunday
    a. 8am to 10am – Allopathic Medical Doctors’ Conference on Lifestyle Disorders
    b. 11am to 4pm – Interactive Conference for doctors from all pathies
    c. (homeopathy, Ayurveda, Naturopathy, Yoga) at Acharya Sushil Muni Ashram, Defence Colony, on Making a Consensus on Lifestyle Disorders.
    d. In total 700 doctors will participate.
  4. 17th October, Monday
    a. 8am to 12 noon: Anmol, Festival for Children with Special Needs at Balwant Rai Mehta School, GK-II, New Delhi.
    b. 8am to 4 pm: A free heart and cancer checkup camp at Ansal Plaza
    c. 8am to 4PM: Blood donation cam at Ansal Plaza
    d. 4pm to 6pm: Public lecture on Cancer Awareness at Ansal Plaza e. 6pm to 10 pm Drum Jamming audience based show with Robert Narain from Bangalore on the theme “Breast Cancer” (Breast Cancer Awareness).
  5. 18th October, Tuesday
    a. 4pm to 5PM: Inauguration of the Mela at Sirifort Auditorium.
    b. 5pm to 7pm: Kavi Sammellan by Ashok Chakradhar at Sirifort Auditorium.
    c. 7pm to 10pm: Lively cultural evening by Hari and Sukhmani at Sirifort Auditorium.
  6. 19th October, Wednesday to 23rd October, Sunday: The mela will shift to MTNL Perfect Health Mela Ground at NDMC Parking, Laxmibai Nagar, New Delhi near Pilanji Village and activities will be as under:
    a. 19th October, Wednesday: Harmony – Interschool Festival consisting of interschool competitions, over 2000 children will participate in various competitions; a lively cultural evening by Punjabi Academy; a live 1- hour show by Delhi Aaj Tak.
    b. 20th October, Thursday: Ecofest – Interschool Echo Club Festival, participation by 2000 school children, competitions and cultural performances; in the evening Cultural Programme by Urdu Academy.
    c. 21st October, Friday: Divya Jyoti – an inter nursing school festival with competitions and cultural programmes, over 2000 nurses to participate in the evening in cultural programme by Sahitya Kala Academy.
    d. 22nd October, Saturday: Heritage- Inter Dancing School festival from 8 am to 4 pm with competitions on Bharat Natyam, Odisi and Kathak; 4pm to 10-pm Medico Masti – Medical Youth Festival with fashion show, choreography, western dance, live band and other competitions.
    e. 23rd October, Sunday: Live Video Conference from Delhi to Mumbai on Lifestyle Disorders; Valedictory Function; Cultural Programme by Hindi Academy.

    From 19th to 23rd October: General Activities at the mela will be- general and speciality checkups incorporating all pathies; public audience with specialists etc. Event will be widely publicized by media both print and electronic-cum-web.

    The entry to the event will be free. Special arrangement will be made for the NCR people from Ghaziabad and near by areas.

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  1. Needless hysterectomy is an interesting discussion. Sometime patient does not need it but is sick of taking medical treatment for years, so it is more important is define and discus proper protocol for various menstrual disorders. Regarding surgeons doing hysterectomies, as long as you do it correctly and for proper indications there is no harm. After all gynecologists are treating breast diseases for social reasons and they also do appendicectomies along with hysterectomy. What is more important is you should know how to do it and in proper set up and for proper reasons. Vivek Kumar,Varanasi.
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International Heart Protection Summit (IHPS–2011)

Organized by Ministry of Health & Family Welfare Govt. of India & ASSOCHAM September 28th, 2011 at Hotel Ashok, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi
President: Dr. H.K. Chopra, Intl. President: Dr. Navin C. Nanda, Scientific Chairman: Dr. S.K. Parashar, Org. Secretary: Dr. O.S. Tyagi,
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18th MTNL Perfect Health Mela

Date: 14th–18th October
Different locations in Delhi
19th–23rd October
Venue: NDMC Ground, Opp. Indira Nari Niketan Working Girls Hostel
Near Philanji Village, Laxmibai Nagar, New Delhi
Theme: Science Behind Rituals


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