Weather conditions in Dubai have been pretty unsettled over the last few weeks. This has led to an upsurge of cases of cases of pharyngitis, bronchitis, intractable cough and conjunctivitis. It is advisable to check the weather forecast every morning you step out of the house.
Follow these steps to stay away from sick bed: Continue reading “Tips For Combating Unsettled Weather in Dubai”
Local experts urge early detection of GERD symptoms – a chronic digestive disease and encourage seeking appropriate medical attention to improve quality of life
DUBAI: Obstetrician-Gynecologist for 27 years Dr. Sejal Devendra Surti recently operated on a 42-year-old single woman found through various tests and ultrasound to have a fibroid removed from inside her uterus.
For a week, the patient, who weighed 45 kilogrammes (kg), had been feeling weak and feeble. She was also experiencing shortness of breath upon exertion.
Further enquiry revealed she had been going through abnormal menstrual cycles with bouts of blood clots since seven years back.
Dubai: A high incidence of influenza is being reported in the UAE as summer transitions to winter and doctors are advising residents to prevent infection by getting vaccinated.
Dr. Sandeep Pargi, a senior pulmonologist from Aster Hospital, Bur Dubai told Gulf News: “I have been signing at least two sick leave certificates per day for the last fortnight.”
He attributes the high incidence of influenza to the change in season.
Aster Hospital Mankhool awarded with international quality accreditation JCI
Aster Hospital Mankhool has been awarded international accreditation by the Joint Commission International (JCI) – A not-for-profit organization dedicated to continuously improve the safety & quality of care in the international community. It represents a recognition from the international community of the high-quality healthcare standard that Aster Hospital provides for its patients.