Relation between Smoking and Increased carboxyhaemoglobin in the Body

Carboxyhaemoglobin reduces the oxygen-carrying capacity and oxygen utilization of the RBC’s, leading to deficiency of oxygen. Hypoxia, and toxicity can lead to cerebrovascular ischemia, and myocardial infarction and disruption in the cellular process. The functioning of the normal cell crucially depends on a continuous oxygen supply, and delivery of oxygen from lungs to every tissue cell in the body is the primary function of blood. This essential process of carrying blood to the tissues depends on the protein haemoglobin (Hb) contained in red blood cells (erythrocytes).

Smoking Deteriorating Bone Health

Consumption of tobacco is the foremost risk factor for several chronic diseases, like cancer, lung disorders, cardiovascular disease, stroke etc. As per WHO, nearly half of tobacco users fall prey to different diseases leading to death. It is estimated that more than 8 million people are killed every year due to hazardous effects of tobacco, out of which over 7 million deaths are the results of direct tobacco use while around 1.2 million non-smokers due to exposure to second-hand smoke. About 10.7% of adults and 4.1% of youth (ages 13–15) in India smoke tobacco.

World Health Day 2022: Our Planet, Our Health

Are we able to reimagine a world where clean air, water and food are available to all?
Where economies are focused on health and well-being?
Where cities are liveable and people have control over their health and the health of the planet? Looking at the history of the world and evolution of life forms on the planet ‘struggle’ was one prominent factor that was common. Life forms have struggled in the past to acclimatize and adapt to the environmental conditions of the planet. But today we see that one species of the nature has surpassed in terms of growth and has habited the entire planet. Now, the environment is changing and the planet is striving to adapt to the changing dynamics of the nature.

World Earth Day: Invest in Our Planet

Development in various sector across the world are causing pollution and degrading the planet earth. Of the various pollution caused soil pollution is of significance as it is hampering the soil fertility which is necessary to support diverse vegetation. In maintenance of healthy ecosystems there is interaction of biotic and abiotic elements. Soil is one of the vital abiotic factor that is necessary for plant life and luxuriant forests which are home to diverse faunal species. Hazardous chemicals and constituents from various industrial sectors result in soils that have presence of heavy metals and hazardous constituents.

Benefits of Hospital management software

Hospital management software is a web-based software system developed to optimize a healthcare organizations' operational processes and workflows. The software provides individual interfaces to various hospital stakeholders to help them effectively capture, access, and manage crucial information on hospital functioning. . A good HMS solution helps hospitals improvise care delivery, enhance staff efficiency, reduce costs and paper-works, eliminate any chances of errors, and ensure complete patients' data security and privacy through compliances.

Uses and Features of a Dental Clinic Management App

Dental Clinic Management Software provides an opportunity to enhance patient care and raise its profitability. The application would greatly improve operational control and therefore streamline operations. This will enhance the response time to the demands of patient attention because it simplifies collecting, collating, and recovering individual information.

Is Your Hospital’s Growth Stunted Due to Managerial Deficits?-

Accessing quality healthcare is one of the critical aspects of life. In the present pandemic scenario, hospitals played a vital role in providing healthcare to millions. But managing patient information, delineating tasks, and managing operations can be hectic and chaotic for hospital management. Hospital management system software can be an efficient tool and a helping hand for the healthcare sector.

eSankalan” Hospital Management Software: A Legal Shield for Doctors

Hospital Information Management System/software (HMIS) is a widely growing technology that has eased the hospital process by managing, controlling, and storing hospital documents. HMIS has also provided legal aid to the hospitals by all-time availability and proper storage of the patient data.

eSankalan is one of the best cloud-based software that provides an end-to-end solution for hospitals. It is designed and developed by professionals from engineering, and healthcare backgrounds, keeping in mind all the legal requirements and issues faced by the hospitals.

Under section 24A of the Consumer Protection Act 1986 and Limitation Act 1963, it is advised to maintain the records for the outpatient department for 2 years and records for surgical cases and inpatient records for 3 years while medico-legal documents till the cases are legally closed.