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Dr KK Aggarwal
President, Heart Care Foundation of India; Sr Consultant Physician, Cardiologist and Dean Medical Education Moolchand Medcity; Chairman Ethical Committee Delhi Medical Council; Chairman (Delhi Chapter) International Medical Sciences Academy; Hony Director IMA AKN Sinha Institute (08–09); Hony Finance Secretary National IMA (07–08); Chairman IMA Academy of Medical Specialties (06–07); President Delhi Medical Association (05–06), President IMA New Delhi Branch (94–95, 02–04); Editor in Chief IJCP Group of Publications & Hony. Visiting Professor (Clinical Research) DIPSAR


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26th May 2012, Saturday

Hepatitis B vaccination

The US Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices recommends that hepatitis B virus (HBV) vaccination be given to unvaccinated adults with diabetes mellitus who are ages 19 to 59.

For elderly diabetics vaccination should be given at the discretion of the treating clinician based on the risk of acquiring HBV and the likelihood of an adequate immune response to vaccination (MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep 2011; 60:1709).

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World Earth Day organized at DPS Mathura Road

Students of DPS presents a beautiful song on the occasion of World Earth Day. The event was organized jointly with Heart Care Foundation of India

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    National News

Mark attendance in biometric mode, says medical varsity

CHENNAI: Postgraduate medical, dental and paramedical students in the state will have to mark their attendance in biometric mode from the coming academic year. The state medical university will make it mandatory for all the affiliated colleges from 2012 after it received complaints of fake attendance, vice–chancellor Dr Mayil Vahanan Natarajan said. The university has been receiving complaints from several faculty members and examiners that many students, especially those in nursing schools, have been marking fake attendance through the course. "It’s a scam which involves students and colleges. We have found that some nurses enroll themselves for postgraduate course but never come to college as they are employed in private hospitals. Some colleges don’t seem to mind their absence," said Dr Natarajan. (Source: TOI, May 22, 2012)

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(Contributed by Dr Monica and Brahm Vasudev)

IDSA issues diabetic foot infection management guidelines

Correct multidisciplinary treatment of common diabetic foot infections can reduce amputations, according to guidelines for diagnosis and treatment issued by the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA). The new recommendations, which are a revision and update of IDSA’s 2004 diabetic foot infections guidelines, werepublished online May 22 and in the June 15 print issue of Clinical Infectious Diseases. (Source: Medscape)

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Nighttime intensivist staffing may reduce ICU deaths

Adding nighttime intensivist staffing to intensive care units (ICUs) with low–intensity daytime staffing, but not to those with high–intensity daytime staffing, was linked to lower mortality among critically ill patients, according to the results of a retrospective cohort study published in the May 24 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine. (Source: Medscape)

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Maryland teen wins world’s largest high school science competition

A Maryland student was awarded the top prize at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair on Friday for developing a urine and blood test that detects pancreatic cancer with 90 percent accuracy. Jack Andraka, 15, claimed the $75,000 prize for his test, which is roughly 28 times cheaper and faster, and over 100 times more sensitive than current tests. The teen from Crownsville, Md., received the Gordon E. Moore award at a ceremony to mark the conclusion of the week–long science fair in downtown Pittsburgh.

(Source: http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2012/05/21/maryland–teen–claims–top–prize–at–international-science–fair/)

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Foreign–born in U.S. report less hypertension

Among adults living in the U.S., those who were born in other countries were less likely to report having hypertension than were native–born Americans, researchers found. The lowest rates of self–reported hypertension occurred in individuals born on the Indian subcontinent (14.4%) and in the Middle East (14.7%) and the highest were in those born in the U.S. (27.7%), according to Abhishek Pandey, MD, of SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn. After adjustment for potential confounders, immigrants from every region –– with the exception of southeast Asia –– were about 15% to 50% less likely to say they had hypertension, Pandey reported at the American Society of Hypertension meeting. (Source: Medpage Today)

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

Science behind Confession

Confession is one of the ways of detoxification of the mind. It has its roots in Hindu mythology but today it is mainly practiced in Christian religion as a hardcore ritual. Christians usually go to a Church and confess to the Bishop without disclosing their identity.

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    Infertility Update

(Dr Kaberi Banerjee, IVF expert, New Delhi)

How hirsutism is diagnosed?

Some gynecologists, dermatologists and general practitioners have also acquired the necessary expertise. During your initial medical consultation, your physician will first try to make a distinction between terminal hair growing in a masculine pattern indicating hirsutism, and hair growth due to genetic or ethnic predisposition rather than a hormone disorder. If you are diagnosed with hirsutism, your physician may perform blood tests, ultrasound, special x–rays and hormone suppression or stimulation tests to evaluate the function of your ovaries and adrenal glands. After identifying the causes of hirsutism, your physician can recommend appropriate treatment.

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

(Dr. Neelam Mohan, Director, Dept. of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology " Liver Transplantation, Medanta – The Medicity Hospital, Gurgaon)

What about post liver transplant care?

Following liver transplant the patient requires immunosuppression usually for life long (according to the present consensus). There are 3 drugs, tacrolimus, mycophenolate mofetil and steroids. Steroids are discontinued first followed by mycophenolate mofetil. Thereafter, patient is on one immunosuppressive drug, usually tacrolimus, which needs to be taken twice–daily. The patient needs to undergo regular blood tests to monitor the liver functions, kidney functions and immunosuppressive drug levels.

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    An Inspirational Story

(Ms Ritu Sinha)

Heaven and Hell

Little Johnny had heard all about heaven and hell, about good and evil. But, being so young, it never really bothered him, and he never really thought about it.

As he got a little older, and began to understand things better, he became curious. One day, he asked his mum, "Mum, what is so different about heaven and hell?"

Johnny’s mum pondered for a little while, then took out a piece of paper and a pencil. She drew a horizontal line across the middle of the page. On the top half, she wrote "heaven" in big letters, and then drew a picture. In the bottom half, she wrote "hell", and drew another picture. She then passed the piece of paper to Johnny.

Johnny looked at the pictures and first observed the one in the "heaven" part of the paper. There was a huge banquet table, and many people were seated around it. Men, women, young and old, children and old folks, all together, like one big family. Each one of them held a very long fork. It was a strange, huge fork, much bigger than any Johnny had ever seen. On the table lay a feast. The people looked well–fed, very happy and satisfied. They were talking, laughing, hugging and looked like they were having a good time.

The "hell" picture was not all that different. In fact, it was almost exactly the same picture. But the people were neither talking, laughing, nor hugging. They had looks of anger, suspicion and distrust on their faces. And they were stick thin, obviously starving.

Johnny was a little confused. "Mum. In hell, there is also great food lying on the table. Why do the people look so hungry? Why don’t they use their forks to eat the food? The people are also sitting on big, comfortable chairs. And they are surrounded by so many people. How come they look so lonely and unhappy? They have everything the people in heaven have, so why are they so miserable?"

"You see, Johnny. In hell, there is no love and trust, and the people bear grudges. The spirit of giving and sharing is also absent, the people are selfish and only think of themselves. Unfortunately, the forks are too long, and when the people use the forks to pick up the food, they are unable to reach their own mouths and put the food in. So they go hungry, and are very unhappy. These negative feelings multiply and give rise to other negative feelings, like anger and bitterness. That’s why they are so miserable."

"In heaven, however, the people love each other. They may have their differences and they may make mistakes, but they learn to forgive. They may have their selfish instincts, but they learn to share. They learn to give without first taking. When a man is hungry, all he has to do is ask, sometimes he doesn’t even have to, and someone from across the table would use his or her fork to pick up some food and feed the hungry man. You see, Johnny, in heaven, they, too, may have forks which are too long to feed themselves. But they don’t allow this slight obstacle to deter them. In heaven, Johnny, they feed each other. That’s why they don’t go hungry. And this spirit of giving and sharing breeds even more love, that’s why everyone is so happy and satisfied with life, not just physically, but emotionally too."

Each of us has the power to make life heaven or hell for someone else. Let us use this power to make heaven a place on earth. And then, we, too, will experience true heaven.

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Dr Good Dr Bad

Situation: An uncontrolled diabetic came with hearing loss.
Dr Bad: Go for a hearing aid.
Dr Good: Get your sugar controlled first.
Lesson: Lack of glycemic control shows a positive correlation with extent of hearing loss when compared to those diabetics with good glycemic control (Source: Int J Diab Dev Ctries 2008;28:114–20).

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Make Sure

Situation: A hypertensive patient on atenolol developed erectile dysfunction (ED). Atenolol was stopped.
Reaction: Oh my God! Why did you stop the beta–blocker? You should have just switched over to nebivolol.
Lesson: Make Sure that nebivolol is used as the beta–blocker of choice in a hypertensive patient with ED (Source: Asian J Androl 2006;8(2):177–82).

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(Prof. M C Gupta, Advocate & Medico–legal Consultant)

Q. I am an integrated medical practitioner. I am registered under the Maharashtra Medical Practitioners Act, 1961. I have a qualification in Indian medicine and I claim, on the basis of the following acts, rules, notifications etc. that I am legally competent and allowed to practice modern medicine/allopathy. Do you agree with my claim?


  1. I do not agree with your claim. As a matter of fact, it is not a question of whether I agree or not. It is more a question of whether the courts, including the Supreme Court, agree or not.
  2. By the way, let me make it clear that there is nothing like integrated medicine or integrated medical practitioner. This term is not mentioned in any legislation or court judgment. On the other hand, the MCI circular no. MCI/Circular/10/1116–31–32/Anti–quackery/2010 dated 10–8–2010 sent to various authorities (Health Secretaries of all states; Health directorates of all states; Directors of Indian Systems of Medicine & Homeopathy of all states; Registrars of all State boards/Councils; District magistrates of all states; Superintendent of Police of districts of all states; and, Secretary–general of IMA) states in para 3 as follows: "There is no system of medicine recognised in our country like: 1—Electro–homeopathy; 2—Alternative System of medicine; 3—Integrated system of medicine or integrated medicine". Hence you are simply a practitioner of Indian Medicine and not of integrated medicine.
  3. Even otherwise, the word "integrated" does not occur anywhere in the Act under which you are registered.
  4. The acts, rules, notifications etc. referred by you are discussed below:

    1) According to MMP ACT 1961 section 2(fa) says that Indian medicine means astang ayurveda or siddha or unani whether supplemented or not by such modern advances as the central council from time to time by notification may declare under clause (e) of section 2 of the IMCC ACT 1970.

    My Response: This means nothing. It does not mean you are qualified to practice allopathy. This has been so held by the Supreme Court in Dr. Mukhtiar Chand & Ors. Vs. State Of Punjab & Ors., Date Of Judgment: 08/10/1998, K. T. Thomas, Syed Shah Mohammed Quadri, AIR 1999, SC 468, (1998 (7) SCC 579.

    Also section 25(1) says that a legally qualified medical practitioner under MMP ACT 1961, having right to practice any system of medicine shall, in all acts of the state legislature and in all central acts, i.e., IMCC Act 1970.

    My Response: You are trying to distort things. The Preamble to the Act reads— "An Act to regulate the qualifications and to provide for the registration of practitioners of the Ayurvedic, Siddha and Unani Systems of Medicine…" The words "any system of medicine" in your quote refer to any system out of the three systems mentioned. Also section 33(1)(i) says that the register mentioned under MMP ACT 1961, registered practitioners shall practice any system of medicine in the state.

    My Response: You are falsely trying to distort things. The register referred concerns only the three systems, namely, Ayurvedic, Siddha and Unani.

    2) IMCC ACT 1970, in which all practitioners of ISM are registered are having right and privilege of practicing any system of medicine have been protected under section 17(3)(b) of IMCC ACT 1970.

    My Response: Your statement is wrong. This has been so held by the Supreme Court in Dr. Mukhtiar Chand case.

    3) According to the state GAZZETE published by GOVT OF MAHARASHTRA dated 25/11/1992 it is clearly mentioned that "the govt. of Maharashtra here by directs that the Ayurvedic practitioners enrolled on the state register under MMP ACT1961 holding qualification specified in part A, B & A–1 of the schedule appended in the said act shall be eligible to practice the modern system of medicine which is known as allopathic system of medicine to the extent of the training they received in that system.

    My Response: I have not seen the said gazette notification. It appears you are again misquoting/misrepresenting. This is most likely so because the said notification is based upon the MMP ACT1, i961, which concerns only the three Indian systems mentioned above. The said notification is dated 1992 and stands over–ruled by the Mukhtiar Chand judgment dated 1998.

    4) When the food and drug commissioner issued a misguiding circular dated 18/12/1996 directing to all the chemists in Maharashtra not to honour the prescriptions of ISM doctors if it contains allopathic medicine, our organisation filed a writ petition in honourable HIGH COURT Mumbai bench, the honourable HIGH court Mumbai quashed the said circular & after that department of medical education & drug passed a GOVT. NOTIFICATION order dated 23/02/1999 that the practitioners registered under MMP ACT 1961 in part A, A–1,B&D can practice modern scientific system of medicine for the purpose of the Drug & Cosmetic Act 1940 (23 of 1940).

    My Response: The position stated by you is untenable. Mukhtiar Chand applies. MMPA has nothing to do with allopathy.

    5) In the letter issued by under–secretary B. H. Tayade dated 28/05/2007 under RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT it is clearly informed that the Ayurvedic practitioners can practice allopathic system of medicine.

    My Response: Even if it is so stated (though not accepted) that it is so mentioned in some statement sought/given under RTI, it has no value. The purpose of RTI is to reveal official documents and not to inform about or interpret law. SC has already done that. Mukhtiar Chand is still valid.

    6) According to the CCIM resolution dated 30/08/1996 "institutionally qualified practitioners of ISM & those covered under IMCC ACT 1970 are eligible to practice Indian system of medicine & modern medicine which is known as allopathic medicine including surgery, gynecology & obstetrics based on their training & teaching. This training & teaching is included in the syllabus of CCIM. The meaning of the word modern advances means advances made in various branches of modern scientific medicine, clinical, non–clinical & bio–sciences.

    My Response: This resolution has no meaning. It cannot negate a SC judgment.

    7) According to the CCIM notification dated 30/10/1996 it is clearly mentioned that, The right of practitioners of ISM doctors to practice modern scientific system of medicine (Allopathic medicine) are protected under section 17(3)(b) of Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970.

    My Response: This notification was considered and not relied upon by the court in Dr. J. Kaleem Nawaz vs. State of Tamil Nadu & Ors., Madras, 29 October, 2010, M. Sathyanarayanan, J.

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(Dr GM Singh)

Somewhere there must one Made for this soul, to move it. William Johnson Cory

    Lab Update

(Dr Navin Dang and Dr Arpan Gandhi)

BNP and NT–proBNP

BNP or NT–proBNP may be used to help diagnose heart failure and to grade the severity of that heart failure. BNP and NT–proBNP levels decrease in most patients who have been taking drug therapies for heart failure, such as ACE inhibitors, beta blockers, and diuretics. Levels of both BNP and NT–proBNP tend to increase with age. Levels of NT–proBNP and BNP are increased in persons with kidney disease.

While both BNP and NT–proBNP will rise with left ventricle dysfunction and either can be measured, they are not interchangeable and the results cannot be directly compared.

    Mind Teaser

Read this…………………

Which of the following signs and symptoms would Nurse Maureen include in teaching plan as an early manifestation of laryngeal cancer?

a. Stomatitis
b. Airway obstruction
c. Hoarseness
d. Dysphagia

Yesterday’s Mind Teaser: A client has been diagnosed with disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC). Which of the following is contraindicated with the client?

a. Administering heparin
b. Administering coumadin
c. Treating the underlying cause
d. Replacing depleted blood products

Answer for Yesterday’s Mind Teaser: b. Administering coumadin

Correct answers received from: Dr Prabha Sanghi, Dr PC Das, Dr Kanta Jain, Dr Kanta Jain, Dr Thakor Hitendrsinh G, Dr Jainendra Upadhyay, Niraj Gupta, Raju Kuppusamy, Dr.Chandresh Jardosh, Dr LC Dhoka, Dr Avtar Krishan, Dr U Gaur, Anil Bairaria.

Answer for 23rd May Mind Teaser: d. Gastric distension
Correct answers received from: Mannalal Bhansali, Shirish Singhal

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    Laugh a While

(Dr GM Singh)

At a history examination

Examiner: "Mention an important event in 1564."
Examinee: (after thinking for a long time): "Shakespeare was born."

Examiner: "Very well, and in 1574?"
Examinee: "Let me think…ah, yes. I know. Shakespeare’s tenth birthday!"

    Medicolegal Update

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

What is the Continuing Treatment Rule?

In medical practice, when a physician retires or moves and sells his or her practice to a succeeding health care provider, patients records are often sold as part of the transaction. However, physicians should be warned that many states have medical record retention acts, and these acts usually do not provide an exception for record–keeping requirements even in such a transfer.

  • When the patient treatment continues for a period of time, during which it is difficult to ascertain when the negligence occurred. Some jurisdictions have adopted a "continuing treatment" rule to determine the time of injury for purposes of the statute of limitations.
  • The continuing treatment rule provides another exception to the statute of limitations by extending the time allowed for the filing of a complaint.
  • The malpractice action would only accrue, thus activating the statute of limitations, when treatment of the medical condition ceases.

(Ref: American College Of Legal Medicine, the Medical Malpractice Survival Handbook 2007)

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Public Forum (Press Release for use by the newspapers)

Prescribe insurance to all patients in the prescriptions?

When we do not take our car on the roads without an insurance then why do we take our body out without insurance said Padma Shri and Dr B C Roy National Awardee Dr KK Aggarwal, President Heart Care Foundation of India. He said:

  1. Everybody should be insured and for those who cannot, the government must pay for their insurance. Insurance should be added in the prescription of any doctor.
  2. Even if a patient has a disease, he or she needs insurance so that he is covered for other illnesses. Remember one is entitled for 1% of the cover as room rent or 2% for the ICU bed.
  3. The coverage amount is for one full year. Do not exhaust it in one admission.
  4. The patients should choose their insurance so that even OPD treatment is added to the coverage.
  5. A person can have more than one insurance policy.
  6. Health is not mere absence of disease but a state of physical, mental, social, environmental, spiritual and financial well being.
  7. The purpose of life should be to desire for inner happiness and for that to earn righteously.
  8. One must plan for the old age; remember that today one can live above the age of 80. An old age treatments can be very costly.
  9. Most disputes are due to property and one must write his or her will in time. Property dispute is number one cause of heart attack in the country.
  10. All doctors should be insured against malpractice. To err is human and malpractice is not a criminal negligence.
  11. The banks should come out with schemes so that patients can get loans for treatments on the spot.
    Prayer meeting for Dr V P Sood

With profound grief We announce The passing away of Dr V P SOOD on the 3rd March in U S A. To pay our last respects to a beloved and most loving dad, we are holding a prayer meeting in his rememberance at The Chinmaya Mission, Lodhi Road, Date Sunday, 10th June, Time 11 am – 12 noon. Please do pass this to as many wel lwishers from our side. Nitima sood mittal, cell 9810094389.

    Readers Response

Dear Sir, "Calendar for July 2012: This year, July has 5 Fridays, 5 Saturdays and 5 Sundays. This happens once every 823 years. This is the only time we will see and live this event. This is called money bags."

The above information is WRONG!!! July 2012 has 5 Sundays, 5 Mondays, & 5 Tuesdays.

Moreover, there is an urban myth doing rounds of the internet message boards: "This happens once every 823 years. This is the only time we will see and live this event". This too is WRONG!! Every year has 7 months with 31 days. Each of these 7 months has three weekdays of which there are 5. For each individual year, two 31–day months start on the same weekday. In a common/regular year, January and October look the same. In a leap year, January and July look the same.

If you notice, January 2012 & July 2012 both have 5 Sundays, 5 Mondays, & 5 Tuesdays!

Variations of this Urban Myth:

  1. This year July has 5 Fridays 5 Saturdays and 5 Sundays. This happens once every 823 years, & is called money bags.
  2. This year, July has 5 Fridays, 5 Saturdays and 5 Sundays. This happens only once every 823 years.
  3. This year October will have 5 Sundays, 5 Mondays and 5 Saturdays. This happens only every 823 years.
  4. 2010: October will have 5 Sundays, 5 Mondays & 5 Saturdays which only happens every 823 years
  5. October 2010 has 5 Fridays, 5 Saturdays and 5 Sundays. Only happens every 823 years…

    –– Sincerely yours, Dr. Sandip Kr. Roy, Delhi, India.
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All are cordially invited for the 2nd National Conference of IYCF Chapter of IAP. This conference is organized by: IYCF Chapter, MOH&FW GOI, MOWCD GOI, WHO, UNICEF, IMLEA, SDHE Trust.
The theme of the conference is: "Proper Nutrition: Defeat Malnutrition – Investing in the Future"
Venue: India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi – 110 003.
Date: 5th Aug 2012
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Ph: +91.124.2223836, Mobile: +91.9811108230

Dil Ka Darbar

September 23, 2012 at 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
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A non stop question answer session between all the top cardiologists of the NCR region and the mass public. Event will be promoted through hoardings, our publications and the press. Public health discussions

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