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20
Aug

Choose Geriatric Rehabilitation for Healthy Ageing

Choose Geriatric Rehabilitation for Healthy Ageing India is ageing fast. Very soon as the country will rank first in global population, it will also become home to nearly 32 crore elderly people (above 60 years). Thanks to the tremendous advancements in healthcare sector, we have a higher life expectancy today. But the question is, are we ageing well? Along with

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22
Jul

SuVitas Wins Social Welfare & Growth Award for Innovation & Excellence in Healthcare

SuVitas Wins Social Welfare & Growth Award for Innovation & Excellence in Healthcare New Delhi, 22nd July 2019: SuVitas, the pioneer of the Transition Care Industry in India, has been honoured with the Award for Innovation & Excellence in Healthcare by The CSR Journal at their annual Social Welfare and Growth Excellence Awards in Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi today. The

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28
Jun

Group therapy to combat dementia

Group therapy to combat dementia Recently, Raj has been noticing significant changes in his father’s life. His ability to recollect familiar persons and environment has been evidently compromised. The toughest part in life is seeing your loved one’s not recognising you. Talking to his colleagues about his father’s rapidly changing situation, Raj realised that Smitha’s father had had a similar

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28
May

Stroke rehab can lower readmissions

Stroke rehab can lower readmissions Stroke care has become an immediate healthcare priority of India. Aligned with global trend, India too is a victim of stroke — a long-term disability. The country also ranks high in the number of early stroke victims compared to developed economies. This means active and earning member suffering from stroke will impact not just the

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20
May

Reversing Hierarchies in Healthcare

Image credit- swipeclock.com Reversing Hierarchies in Healthcare A major part of the patient care is completely centered on the work of nurses. Nurses have always been at the sharp end of care. Despite being a prominent symbol of healthcare since the history of medical sciences, nursing profession certainly hasn’t received its due. It is true; you don’t run to a

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7
May

5 Reasons to Consider Respiratory Therapy

5 Reasons to Consider Respiratory Therapy All that matters between life and death is breath. Breathing is one of the basic activities that keep us alive. Living with breathing difficulties is definitely not easy. One in every 10 asthma patient in the world is in India. Environmental triggers like pollution, dust, bugs, pollen and domesticated animals increase the prevalence of

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2
May

Discharge from Hospital: 5 Things to Consider Before Going Home

Discharge from Hospital: 5 Things to Consider Before Going Home Hospital stays are getting shorter every year. But the number of re-admissions to hospitals within less than 30 days of discharge is steeply increasing. Discharge from hospital happens not necessarily when a patient is healed. But instead it might occur at a point when he likes to move to a

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7
Apr

The Right to Recover- 5 Ways to Make Your Road to Recovery Easy and Effective

The Right to Recover- 5 Ways to Make Your Road to Recovery Easy and Effective Today, as we celebrate the commemoration of the founding of the World Health Organization (WHO), SuVitas joins the medical fraternity to reinforce our commitment to realize the highest level of wellness for our countrymen, through awareness and action on the health priorities of our nation.

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5
Oct

Inpatient rehabilitation can help in Stroke Recovery

Inpatient rehabilitation can help in Stroke Recovery There are often many complications associated with strokes in the form of after-effects that follow the stroke. An incidence of a stroke isn’t one that doesn’t leave traces behind. There are often many complications associated with strokes in the form of after-effects that follow the stroke. This post explores the reason why Rehabilitation

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21
Sep

Make cities Alzheimer-friendly, says Doctors

Make cities Alzheimer-friendly, says Doctors The onset of Alzheimer’s is slow and gradually worsens as the person ages. With over four million people in India suffering from some or other form of dementia and around 35,000 suffering from the debilitating condition in Bengaluru alone, doctors say it is time the city was made Alzheimer-friendly to help their integration into society

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