July 23  2015, Thursday
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editorial
Low cholesterol linked to anxiety, depression, suicide, hemorrhagic stroke and cancers
Dr KK AggarwalPeople with very low cholesterol levels are at increased risk of developing stomach cancer, according to a study published in the International Journal of Cancer.

The study involved 2,600 residents of Hisayama, Japan, who were followed for 14 years. Gastric cancers developed in 97 subjects. After accounting for age and gender, stomach cancer rates rose significantly with descending cholesterol level. For example, among subjects with the highest cholesterol levels, the gastric cancer rate was the equivalent of 2.1 cases per 1000 persons per year; among those with the lowest cholesterol, the rate was 3.9 per 1000 persons per year.

Patients with low serum cholesterol should consider periodic gastrointestinal examination for the prevention of stomach cancer.

Low cholesterol has been earlier linked to depression, anxiety and suicide in both men and women. Another earlier report has also shown that people with cholesterol level below 180 had twice the risk of brain hemorrhage as compared to those with cholesterol levels of 230.
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Neurology
Elderly patients with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) who completed a 12-week multidisciplinary brain fitness program noted marked improvement in cognitive performance and enlargement in hippocampal size, reported a study presented at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference (AAIC) 2015.

Oncology
The diabetes drug pioglitazone does not appear to be associated with an increased risk of bladder cancer as had been previously suggested; however, new data indicate a possible increased risk of prostate and pancreatic cancer. The findings were published July 21 in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

Diabetes
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a marker of undiagnosed diabetes and should be a trigger to begin diabetes screening, especially in middle-aged men, suggests a cross-sectional survey published in the July/August issue of the Annals of Family Medicine.

Infectious diseases
The introduction of opioid agonist therapy, also known as methadone maintenance treatment, has led to a dramatic decrease in HIV- and drug-related mortality in HIV-positive injection drug users, reported new research presented at the 8th International AIDS Society (IAS) Conference.

Rheumatology
Certolizumab pegol, a humanized anti-TNF antibody fragment conjugated to polyethylene glycol, is effective for treating early rheumatoid arthritis (RA) with poor prognostic factors, suggests the C-OPERA study published online in Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases.
Cardiology eMedinewS
  • Coronary computed tomography angiography (CTA) may be useful in determining whether patients who present with chest pain will develop acute coronary syndrome (ACS), suggests new research published July 28 in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.
  • In low-to-intermediate risk patients who presented with possible acute coronary syndrome (ACS) and had a coronary CT angiography (CCTA) scan to detect stenosis, those on statin therapy were less likely to have a high-risk plaque and more likely to have coronary artery calcification, reported an analysis of the Multicenter Study to Rule Out Myocardial Infarction by Cardiac Computed Tomography (ROMICAT-II). The results were presented at the Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography (SCCT) 2015 Annual Scientific Meeting.
Pediatrics eMedinewS
Pediatrics
Obesity
A pediatric obesity intervention that focused on frequent, low-dose family support was able to effectively reduce excess weight in mild to moderately overweight children. The findings were published online July 20 and in the August issue of Pediatrics.

Pediatrics
Rheumatology
Past antibiotic exposure may be associated with newly diagnosed juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA), which suggests that alterations in the human microbiome may be implicated in the development of the disease, reported a case-control study published online July 20 in Pediatrics.
Dr KK Spiritual Blog
Allopathic Medical Vrat

There was a time everybody in India, especially the women, used to observe regular fasts. In my childhood, I saw my mother not only observing fasts herself but also insisting upon my sisters to fast once a week, an extra fast once in a month and observe 2 Navratras in a year of 9 days each. This sums up to be around 80 fasts in a year.

When I go back to my childhood, I remember the fast used to be one day of avoiding cereals altogether. We were allowed to eat chapatis made of Kuttu flour, singharha flour, samak rice and chaulai daal (all fruits).

As children, we could never understand the meaning and/or significance of fasts. Today India is fast becoming a hub of diabetes, heart diseases and insulin resistance. All these disease conditions are linked with not observing fasts or eating high carb diets every day.

The major culprit is eating carbohydrates, especially, refined carbohydrates. Recollecting our mythology when only one king Raja Dashrath died of heart attack, it only signifies that our mythological lifestyle was preventing heart diseases in India. The western culture, which is now spreading fast in India, involves eating carbohydrates, especially, refined carbohydrates (white sugar, white rice, white maida) every day.

I recently conducted a survey and found that women who observe weekly fast or vrat have lower incidence of metabolic syndrome. But, today, girls and women are failing to observe ‘vrat’ or ‘spiritual vrata’.

Therefore, they must be made to understand the same in the language of a ‘medical vrat’. A simpler version of ‘vrat’ can be – not eating carbohydrates at all once in a week and replacing them with fruits and vegetables.

I usually suggest that once in a week, one should eat only fruits and vegetables and at the most can have milk, curd. If still someone has desires, can have besan ka chila.
Make Sure
Situation: An 18–year–old girl complained of purulent nasal discharge, nasal congestion, pain in the cheek and upper teeth for last 10 days. CT scan showed maxillary sinusitis.

Reaction: Remember to give macrolides.

Lesson: Make sure to remember that clarithromycin (macrolide) 500 mg twice–daily for 7 days is not only effective in maxillary sinusitis but also in other sinusitis.
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Dr Good Dr Bad
Situation: A middle–aged patient was found to have central obesity.

Dr Bad: It is normal.

Dr Good: Rule out diabetes.

Lesson: Findings of a prospective cohort study (1989–2007) of 4,193 men and women 65 years of age and older in the Cardiovascular Health Study suggest that among older adults, overall and central adiposity and weight gain during middle age and after the age of 65 years were associated with risk of diabetes (JAMA. 2010 Jun 23;303(24):2504-12).

(Copyright IJCP)
eMedi Quiz
A 5-year-old boy passed 18 loose stools in last 24 hour and vomited twice in last 4 hour. He is irritable but drinking fluids. The optimal therapy for this child is:

1. Intravenous fluids.
2. Oral rehydration therapy.
3. Intravenous fluid initially for
4 hours followed by oral fluids. 4. Plain water ad libitum.

Yesterday’s Mind Teaser: A couple, with a family history of beta thalassemia major in a distant relative has come for counselling. The husband had HbA2 of 4.8% and the wife has HbA2 of 2.3%. The risk of having a child with beta thalassemia major is.

1. 50%
2. 25%
3. 5%
4. 0%

Answer for yesterday’s Mind Teaser: 4. 0%

Correct Answers received from: Dr Poonam Chablani, Viswanatha Sarma, Dr B R Bhatnagar, Dr A C Dhariwal, Dr B B Aggarwal, Daivadheenam Jella, Dr Avtar Krishan.

Answer for 21st July Mind Teaser: 2. Bilateral cordectomy

Correct Answers received: Dr Jainendra Upadhyay, Dr K Raju, Dr Poonam Chablani, Dr K V Sarma, Dr B R Bhatnagar, Dr G Madhusudhan, Dr Pandit Hantodkar.
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Total CPR since 1st November 2012 – 101090 trained
Video of the Day
Sameer Malik Heart Care Foundation Fund
The Sameer Malik Heart Care Foundation Fund is a one of its kind initiative by the Heart Care Foundation of India instituted in memory of Sameer Malik to ensure that no person dies of a heart disease because they cannot afford treatment. Any person can apply for the financial and technical assistance provided by the fund by calling on its helpline number or by filling the online form.

Madan Singh, SM Heart Care Foundation Fund, Post CAG

Kishan, SM Heart Care Foundation Fund, Post CHD Repair

Deepak, SM Heart Care Foundation Fund, CHD TOF
eIMA News
IMA does not agree with views published in BMJ
Doctors and medical students in India should stop wearing white coats

http://press.psprings.co.uk/bmj/july/whitecoats.pdf Edmond Fernandes postgraduate, Department of Community Medicine, Yenepoya Medical College, Yenepoya University, Mangalore, Karnataka, India

This views are published by BMJ. They are not scientific and not based on facts and merit. IMA does not agree with the views.

It looks that it's easier to publish any views in BMJ than in Indian journals, especially if it relates to health care system of India.

White coats are not symbol of doctor or professionalism. They are worn so that your cloths do not get infected. You are suppose to wash then daily. If you reuse them you are likely to spread infections.

If you are going to wear half sleeve aprons then the full sleeve shirt underneath will get infected.

We need to be proactive so that we do end up with negative stories by Indians in foreign media.

Dr K K Aggarwal
News
  • Ferric pyrophosphate citrate (FPC) administered via dialysate, reduces erythropoiesis-stimulating agent (ESA) use in dialysis patients, while maintaining hemoglobin levels, according to the PRIME study.
  • Donating a kidney modestly increases an individual's absolute long-term incidence of gout (Am J Kidney Dis. 2015;65(6):925-932).
  • Biosimilars in IBD are here to stay (Curr Opin Gastroenterol. 2015;31(4):290-295).
  • Dietary fiber supplements have been advocated for the management of chronic constipation and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Recently, a fermentable oligosaccharide, disaccharide, monosaccharide and polyol (FODMAP) restricted diet has been recommended for IBS (Aliment Pharmacol Ther. 2015;41(12):1256-1270).
  • Past antibiotic exposure may be associated with newly diagnosed juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA), which suggests that alterations in the human microbiome may be implicated in the development of the disease. The results of the case-control study were published online July 20 in Pediatrics.
  • Executive committee member and IMA office-bearer Dr Shivkumar Utture said, "The problem is that relatives of patients have become fearless. Those who assault doctors have realised that no police action will be taken against them. Not a single person known to have attacked a doctor has been convicted yet and this has led to lawlessness among them. The police needs to set a deterrent, only then will such cases stop." (DNA)
Sunday multi location Video CME

Details of Presto’s representatives who are the primary contact person for the various sites.
S No.
State
City Name
Manpower
Contact No.
1
Andhra Pradesh
Hyderabad
Md Shoaib
8801617456
2
Assam
Guwahati
Amit Ray
8527029013
3
Bihar
Patna
Praveen Rohilla
9910013174
4
Chandigarh
Chandigarh
Jagdeep Bhatia
8968111877
5
Chhattisgarh
Raipur
Ashish
8527596190
6
Gujarat
Ahmedabad
Md Shakil
8527010022
7
Gujarat
Surat
Israr Alam
9312-204050
8
Gujarat
Vadodara
Sachin Srivastava
8527104506
9
Gujarat
Gandhinagar
Akash Kumar
8527596197
10
Haryana
Gurgaon
Goutam Koul
9971591581
11
Karnataka
Bangalore
Ranjit Ojha
9900971942
12
Madhya Pradesh
Indore
Sameer Khanna
9958871843
13
Madhya Pradesh
Bhopal
Saurabh Jain
01123007427
14
Maharashtra
Pune
Rahul Jagtap
9890832694
15
Maharashtra
Nagpur
Adhish Satpate
08237582821
16
Maharashtra
Nashik
Rushikesh Sardal
9920904390
17
Orissa
Bhubaneswar
Nilanjan Mitra
9831039187
18
Orissa
Cuttack
Prabhat Barick
9831527755
19
Punjab
Ludhiana
Avtar Saini
9215777889
20
Rajasthan
Jaipur
Vijay Kumar
21
Rajasthan
Kota
Vinod Rana
8527013388
22
Uttar Pradesh
Lucknow
Yogesh Mishra
9839975203
23
Uttar Pradesh
Agra
Manavendra Singh
8527596194
Inspirational Story
The Falcon & the Branch

Once there was a king who received a gift of two magnificent falcons. They were peregrine falcons, the most beautiful birds he had ever seen. He gave the precious birds to his head falconer to be trained. Months passed, and one day the head falconer informed the king that though one of the falcons was flying majestically, soaring high in the sky, the other bird had not moved from its branch since the day it had arrived.

The king summoned healers and sorcerers from all the land to tend to the falcon, but no one could make the bird fly. He presented the task to the member of his court, but the next day, the king saw through the palace window that the bird had still not moved from its perch.

Having tried everything else, the king thought to himself, “May be I need someone more familiar with the countryside to understand the nature of this problem.” So he cried out to his court, “Go and get a farmer.” In the morning, the king was thrilled to see the falcon soaring high above the palace gardens. He said to his court, “Bring me the doer of this miracle.”

The court quickly located the farmer, who came and stood before the king. The king asked him, “How did you make the falcon fly?” With his head bowed, the farmer said to the king, “It was very easy, your highness. I simply cut the branch where the bird was sitting.”

Moral: We are all made to fly — to realize our incredible potential as human beings. But at times we sit on our branches, clinging to the things that are familiar to us. The possibilities are endless, but for most of us, they remain undiscovered. We conform to the familiar, the comfortable, and the mundane. So for the most part, our lives are mediocre instead of exciting, thrilling and fulfilling. Let us learn to destroy the branch of fear we cling to and free ourselves to the glory of flight.
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  • It is a dream situation which will bring all dedicated IMA workers and leaders to be in touch and know each other views and get motivated. Our National president and the Digital emperor Secretary General have made possible this intellectual unity and deserve all our appreciations. Prof Dr JA Jayalal, Secretary IMA Tamil Nadu (2010-13)
  • Dear friends, Season’s greetings. Kudos to excellent leadership initiative (Organ Donation & Leadership Skill Upgradation) taken up by our sincere committed "team-IMA" leaders spearheaded by Dr A Marthanda Pillai and Dr KK Aggarwal. Every man in his journey will face and develop relationship either good or bad, with incidents, things and humans. Out of these three types of relationships, the most difficult and tumultuous is managing the human relationships. To be a leader, one has to master these skills. Once again thanks to our national president and Hony Secy Gen, for giving this opportunity to all of us. With best regards: Dr C Srinivasa Raju
Wellness Blog
3 simple ways for a restful sleep
  1. Cut down on caffeine: Caffeine drinkers may find it harder to fall asleep. Even a single cup of coffee in the morning may lead to a sleepless night. Caffeine blocks the effects of adenosine, a neurotransmitter thought to promote sleep. Caffeine can also interrupt sleep by increasing the need to urinate during the night. Because caffeine withdrawal can cause headaches, irritability, and extreme fatigue, it may be easier to cut back gradually rather than to go cold turkey. Those who can’t or don’t want to give up caffeine should avoid it after 2 pm, or noon if they are especially caffeine–sensitive.
  2. Stop smoking or chewing tobacco: Nicotine is a central nervous system stimulant that can cause insomnia. If you continue to use tobacco, avoid smoking or chewing it for at least one to two hours before bedtime.
  3. Limit alcohol intake: Alcohol depresses the nervous system, so a nightcap may seem to help some people fall asleep. Alcohol suppresses REM sleep, and the soporific effects disappear after a few hours. Alcohol also worsens snoring and other sleep breathing problems
IMA Humor
Santa calls up the doc at 2 AM. "Doc, my wife is having severe abdomen pain. I think it's her appendix."

"What nonsense!" says the doc sleepily.

"I took out your wife's appendix two years ago. Go back to sleep."

Five minutes later, the phone rings and its Santa again.

"Doc, I'm sure it's her appendix."

"Oh God!" the doctor groaned.

"Did you ever hear of anyone having a second appendix?"

"No...," says Santa. "But I'm sure you must have heard of someone having a second wife!!!!"
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What are the common adverse reactions to HRIG?

In rare cases, the following adverse reactions to HRIG may occur:
  • Allergic reactions including fall in blood pressure, dyspnea, cutaneous reactions and in isolated cases reaching as far as anaphylactic shock, even when the patient has shown no hypersensitivity to previous administration of immunoglobulins.
  • Generalized reactions such as chills, fever, headache, malaise, nausea, vomiting, arthralgia and moderate back pain
  • Cardiovascular reactions, particularly if HRIG is inadvertently injected intravenously.
  • Local reactions such as local pain, tenderness or swelling at the injection site can be observed in rare cases.
Press Release
Indian Medical Association goes Digital

Taking inspiration from the Prime Minister’s Digital India initiative, IMA aims to soon become a paperless organization

Technological advancements have helped bridge distances in our vast country and have made possible, seamless communication between people based in different cities. Keeping in line with the dynamics of the changing world, the Indian Medical Association, the only representative voluntary organization of doctors of the modern scientific system of medicine has decided to go digital. IMA aims to amplify its messages to both its 2.5-lakh doctor members and to the public at large through the digital medium.

Addressing the press, Padma Shri Awardee Dr. (Prof.) A Marthanda Pillai, National President and Padma Shri Awardee Dr KK Aggarwal, Hon. Secretary General, IMA in a joint statement said, “IMA is in the process of becoming a paperless Association. It has been our constant endeavor to make the medical profession more transparent and effective along with raising large-scale public health awareness about matters of National importance. We echo our Prime Minister’s belief in the potential of a Digital India and will be using this as a medium to communicate with both doctors and the public.”

IMA has already created a digital group called Team IMA, which will make daily communication between over 2500 Central Council Members possible. Since the beginning of this year, over 2 lakh doctor members of the IMA are being sent daily updates on the organization and key health matters through the medium of text messages and emails.

To make IMA’s functioning more effective, the association has also tied up with M/s Presto and BSNL communication to make regular Video CMEs possible across 23 different locations in the country.

The IMA headquarters in New Delhi have been equipped with a video conferencing facility where family physicians can communicate with each other. IMA will also be launching a first of its kind Tele Medicine Rural Health Consultation service on 16th August, 2015 where the IMA Dhule Branch will connect with the IMA headquarters through video conferencing.

A health education weekly programme from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. every Thursday will also be started by the Association which will allow doctors to interact with Dr A Marthanda Pillai and Dr KK Aggarwal, through a live webcast on the IMA website on issues of common interest for doctors and patients and healthcare facilitators.

Recently the IMA has also started an online TB notification facility for doctors as well as a rare blood group directory for people in need of emergencies.

As its next steps, IMA will be rolling out a website on organ donation where every doctor will be able to pledge to donate their organs.

Dr V K Monga, Dean of Studies-Elect, IMA CGP and Dr R N Tandon, Hony. Finance Secretary, IMA were present at the Press conference.

Continuing the part of CPR training of 252 PCR Van staff trained at IMA.
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State

Name

Mobile

Venue

ANDHRA PRADESH

Dr. VENKATESWARLU PONNURU

9848032246

EB Section 1st Floor, TE Madhapur, Hyderabad

ASSAM

Dr. MANABENDRA GOSWAMI

9435193724

CTO building, Ground Floor, PAN Bazaar, Guwahati.

BIHAR

Dr. SAHAJANAND PD. SINGH (ACTING PRESIDENT)

9334118698,9431009091

Room adjacent to media centre room, ground floor,O/o CGM, BSNL Bihar Telecom Circle, Sanchar sadan, CTO building, Near GPO, Patna – 800001

CHHATTISGARH

Dr. AJAY GOVERDHAN

9424107891

Room no.F-207, 1st Flr, Telephone Bhavan, Fafadih, Raipur

CHANDIGARH

Dr. GAJINDER DEWAN

9876027113

Grnd Flr, Adjoining CSC, Sector -17, Chandigarh

GUJARAT

Dr. CHETAN N. PATEL

9426378078

Grnd Flr, Central Repair Shop, Navrangpura, TE, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad

GUJARAT

Dr. CHETAN N. PATEL

9426378078

Grnd Flr, Karimabad, Admin Building, Ghod Road, Surat

GUJARAT

Dr. CHETAN N. PATEL

9426378078

Alkapuri TE Building, Grnd Flr, BB Helpdesk room, Near Race Course Circle, Vadodara

GUJARAT

Dr. CHETAN N. PATEL

9426378078

TE Building, Sector-11, 1st Flr, CRS room, Gandhinagar

HARYANA

Dr. ANIL GOYAL

9810053999

1st Floor Room, Sector 44, Plot No.42, CSC BSNL Gurgaon

KARNATAKA

Dr. HONNE GOWDA

9448118299

CTO Building, Ground floor, Adjacent to CSC, Bangalore

MAHARASHTRA

Dr. T.C. RATHOD

9422168300

Grnd Flr, CSC, TE Building, Model Colony, Pune

MAHARASHTRA

Dr. T.C. RATHOD

9422168300

Room no. 64 SFMS, Ground Floor, CTO Bldg, Civil Lines, Nagpur

MAHARASHTRA

Dr. T.C. RATHOD

9422168300

SDELC, 1st Floor, Canada Corner, BSNL Nasik, Nashik

MADHYA PRADESH

Dr. AMARJIT SINGH BHALLA

9826266385

BSNL Bldg No.3, 1st Floor, Nehru Park, Indore

MADHYA PRADESH

Dr. AMARJIT SINGH BHALLA

9826266385

CTO BSNL Building, New market, TT Nagar, Bhopal

ORISSA

Dr. SAROJ KUMAR SAHU

9437002424

1st Floor, CTO building, CSC, PMG Square, Bhubaneshwar

ORISSA

Dr. SAROJ KUMAR SAHU

9437002424

CTO Building BSNL Cuttack

PUNJAB

Dr. SURINDER PAUL SINGH SOOCH

9814064426

1st Floor, Dugri Urban Estate, BSNL Ludhiana, Ludhiana

RAJASTHAN

Dr. R.K. AGARWAL

9314475929

1st floor, CTO Building, MI road, BSNL, Jaipur

RAJASTHAN

Dr. R.K. AGARWAL

9314475929

Grnd flr, E-10B, BSNL Bldg, Road no.2, Indraprastha Area, Kota

TELANGANA

Dr. SHYAM SUNDER KASAPA

9849797013

EB Section 1st Floor, TE Madhapur, Hyderabad

UTTAR PRADESH

Dr. SHARAD KUMAR AGARWAL

9717111942

TE Kaiser Bagh, Lucknow

UTTAR PRADESH

Dr. SHARAD KUMAR AGARWAL

9717111942

108, 1st floor, BSNL Admin building, Sanjay Place, Agra

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State

Name

Mobile

Venue

ANDHRA PRADESH

Dr. VENKATESWARLU PONNURU

9848032246

EB Section 1st Floor, TE Madhapur, Hyderabad

ASSAM

Dr. MANABENDRA GOSWAMI

9435193724

CTO building, Ground Floor, PAN Bazaar, Guwahati.

BIHAR

Dr. SAHAJANAND PD. SINGH (ACTING PRESIDENT)

9334118698,9431009091

Room adjacent to media centre room, ground floor,O/o CGM, BSNL Bihar Telecom Circle, Sanchar sadan, CTO building, Near GPO, Patna – 800001

CHHATTISGARH

Dr. AJAY GOVERDHAN

9424107891

Room no.F-207, 1st Flr, Telephone Bhavan, Fafadih, Raipur

CHANDIGARH

Dr. GAJINDER DEWAN

9876027113

Grnd Flr, Adjoining CSC, Sector -17, Chandigarh

GUJARAT

Dr. CHETAN N. PATEL

9426378078

Grnd Flr, Central Repair Shop, Navrangpura, TE, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad

GUJARAT

Dr. CHETAN N. PATEL

9426378078

Grnd Flr, Karimabad, Admin Building, Ghod Road, Surat

GUJARAT

Dr. CHETAN N. PATEL

9426378078

Alkapuri TE Building, Grnd Flr, BB Helpdesk room, Near Race Course Circle, Vadodara

GUJARAT

Dr. CHETAN N. PATEL

9426378078

TE Building, Sector-11, 1st Flr, CRS room, Gandhinagar

HARYANA

Dr. ANIL GOYAL

9810053999

1st Floor Room, Sector 44, Plot No.42, CSC BSNL Gurgaon

KARNATAKA

Dr. HONNE GOWDA

9448118299

CTO Building, Ground floor, Adjacent to CSC, Bangalore

MAHARASHTRA

Dr. T.C. RATHOD

9422168300

Grnd Flr, CSC, TE Building, Model Colony, Pune

MAHARASHTRA

Dr. T.C. RATHOD

9422168300

Room no. 64 SFMS, Ground Floor, CTO Bldg, Civil Lines, Nagpur

MAHARASHTRA

Dr. T.C. RATHOD

9422168300

SDELC, 1st Floor, Canada Corner, BSNL Nasik, Nashik

MADHYA PRADESH

Dr. AMARJIT SINGH BHALLA

9826266385

BSNL Bldg No.3, 1st Floor, Nehru Park, Indore

MADHYA PRADESH

Dr. AMARJIT SINGH BHALLA

9826266385

CTO BSNL Building, New market, TT Nagar, Bhopal

ORISSA

Dr. SAROJ KUMAR SAHU

9437002424

1st Floor, CTO building, CSC, PMG Square, Bhubaneshwar

ORISSA

Dr. SAROJ KUMAR SAHU

9437002424

CTO Building BSNL Cuttack

PUNJAB

Dr. SURINDER PAUL SINGH SOOCH

9814064426

1st Floor, Dugri Urban Estate, BSNL Ludhiana, Ludhiana

RAJASTHAN

Dr. R.K. AGARWAL

9314475929

1st floor, CTO Building, MI road, BSNL, Jaipur

RAJASTHAN

Dr. R.K. AGARWAL

9314475929

Grnd flr, E-10B, BSNL Bldg, Road no.2, Indraprastha Area, Kota

TELANGANA

Dr. SHYAM SUNDER KASAPA

9849797013

EB Section 1st Floor, TE Madhapur, Hyderabad

UTTAR PRADESH

Dr. SHARAD KUMAR AGARWAL

9717111942

TE Kaiser Bagh, Lucknow

UTTAR PRADESH

Dr. SHARAD KUMAR AGARWAL

9717111942

108, 1st floor, BSNL Admin building, Sanjay Place, Agra