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Easing the Role of A Caregiver

Caregiver, Medical Opinion, Specialist Surgeons in India, Second Opinion

Life is known to throw curve balls but the worst ones to hit, are when a loved one develops a serious illness. The fears and feelings that surface are a mix of many emotions; anger, anxiety, a deep sense of loss. Additionally, there is a sudden helplessness to handle this new situation. Your relationship with the person too, undergoes a transformation, where your loved one suddenly becomes the ‘patient’ and you automatically assume the role of a ‘caregiver’. And this new role that you have suddenly assumed is not really easy to play. For anyone who has played the role …

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Jama Abdi Farah is a 53-year-old male from Garowe, Puntland, Africa. A driver by profession, he has spent long hours driving a car for most of his adult life. While driving, he often experienced pain in his knees, back and wrists. Assuming it was part and parcel of his profession, he would take a short break, stretch and sip a tea and continue driving. Mr.Farah, a driver by profession used to experience pains in his knees, back and wrists my-healthconnect, recently tied up with Arafat Hospital at Garowe (a new hospital opened in July 2018). We also flew in a …

Donor Day | Valentines Day

Donor Day, Valentines Day

Today is Valentines Day and the world knows it too. Did you also know that today is also Donor Day? Donor Day is a day that celebrates all those people who have helped save people’s lives by donating blood, marrow, tissue, and even organs. It’s a day that drives home exactly how amazing and giving the human spirit is because it pays tribute to so many people who have donated of themselves, often to help save the life of someone they’ve never met. So, how can you celebrate Donor Day? It’s quite easy, and don’t worry because you don’t have …

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Waiting in OPD area for meeting the doctor

Mr.Anil is 65 years old and has had some severe back pain for a few weeks now. He has a 10am appointment pre-booked with a specialist spine (orthopaedic) doctor. His plan was to finish his morning walk, meet the doctor and then return home for lunch. But, he’s been waiting in the OPD area well past his appointed slot and is only able to finish his preliminary consultation with the doctor by 12 noon, post which he is required to take an X-ray of Lumbar Spine which, unfortunately, can only happen by 2pm. He ends up having lunch at the …

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