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Coverage- Successful surgery of Intestinal Malformation on a new born Baby. التغطية- جراحة ناجحة للتشوه المعوي لطفل حديث الولادة.
IQ City Medical College and Hospital a new-born baby's intestinal deformity was removed by surgery.  The infant had a congenital abdominal disorder.  This was a case of jejuna atresia i.e. intestinal disorder, done of stomach and upper GI.  The surgery took about five hours after the baby's relatives were counselled.  On the third postoperative day, the patient was removed from ventilator support.  On the fifth postoperative day, Shishu Mal jointly discarded Dr. CS Singh (OT equipped with consultant equipment, eighth postoperative day paediatric surgeon) and Dr. Jayant Mudali  Dr. Paramahans Mishra, our team of COO Doctors started her oral nutrition slowly in the hospital.  Carried out Its system is capable of performing Child IQ City Medical College and Advanced Surgery.  Was born 15 days after the surgery, the hospital of the Department of Medicine and Neonatology gave the infant, "We have discharged this surgery to correct such malformations. The latest operation for complex surgery by the major paediatric department will be remembered for a long time.

كلية آي كيو سيتي الطبية ومستشفى تم إزالة تشوه الأمعاء عند المولود الجديد بالجراحة. كان الرضيع يعاني من اضطراب خلقي في البطن. كانت هذه حالة من رتق الصائم ، أي اضطراب معوي ، يحدث في المعدة والجهاز الهضمي العلوي. استغرقت الجراحة حوالي خمس ساعات بعد استشارة أقارب الطفل. في اليوم الثالث بعد الجراحة ، تمت إزالة المريض من دعم جهاز التنفس الصناعي. في اليوم الخامس بعد الجراحة ، تخلصت شيشو مال بشكل مشترك من الدكتور سي إس سينغ (OT المجهزة بمعدات استشارية ، وجراح الأطفال في اليوم الثامن بعد الجراحة) والدكتور جايانت مودالي الدكتور باراماهانس ميشرا ، بدأ فريق أطباء COO لدينا التغذية الفموية ببطء في المستشفى . نفذت نظامها قادر على أداء كلية طب الطفل IQ City والجراحة المتقدمة. ولدت بعد 15 يومًا من الجراحة ، أعطت مستشفى قسم الطب وطب الأطفال حديثي الولادة للرضيع ، "لقد خرجنا من هذه الجراحة لتصحيح مثل هذه التشوهات. آخر عملية جراحية معقدة من قبل قسم طب الأطفال الرئيسي ستبقى في الذاكرة لفترة طويلة .

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Successful surgery of Intestinal Malformation on a new born Baby. جراحة ناجحة للتشوه المعوي لمولود جديد.
IQ City Medical College and Hospital, Durgapur a new-born baby's intestinal deformity was removed by surgery.  The infant had a congenital abdominal disorder.  This was a case of jejuna atresia i.e. intestinal disorder, done of stomach and upper GI.  The surgery took about five hours after the baby's relatives were counselled.  On the third postoperative day, the patient was removed from ventilator support.  On the fifth postoperative day, Shishu Mal jointly discarded Dr. C.S Singh (OT equipped with consultant equipment, eight post-operative day paediatric surgeon) and Dr. Jayant Mudali , Dr. Paramahans Mishra, our team of COO Doctors started her oral nutrition slowly in the hospital.  Carried out Its system is capable of performing Child IQ City Medical College and Advanced Surgery.  Was born 15 days after the surgery, the hospital of the Department of Medicine and Neonatology gave the infant, "We have discharged this surgery to correct such malformations. The latest operation for complex surgery by the major paediatric department will be remembered for a long time.

كلية الطب IQ City والمستشفى ، Durgapur تمت إزالة تشوه الأمعاء لطفل حديث الولادة عن طريق الجراحة. كان الرضيع يعاني من اضطراب خلقي في البطن. كانت هذه حالة من رتق الصائم ، أي اضطراب معوي ، يحدث في المعدة والجهاز الهضمي العلوي. استغرقت الجراحة حوالي خمس ساعات بعد استشارة أقارب الطفل. في اليوم الثالث بعد الجراحة ، تمت إزالة المريض من دعم جهاز التنفس الصناعي. في اليوم الخامس بعد الجراحة ، تخلت شيشو مال بشكل مشترك عن الدكتور سي إس سينغ (تم تجهيز OT بمعدات استشارية ، وثمانية جراح أطفال يوم بعد الجراحة) والدكتور جايانت مودالي ، والدكتور باراماهانس ميشرا ، بدأ فريق أطباء COO لدينا التغذية الفموية ببطء في المستشفى. نفذت نظامها قادر على أداء كلية طب الطفل IQ City والجراحة المتقدمة. ولدت بعد 15 يومًا من الجراحة ، أعطت مستشفى قسم الطب وطب الأطفال حديثي الولادة للرضيع ، "لقد خرجنا من هذه الجراحة لتصحيح مثل هذه التشوهات. آخر عملية جراحية معقدة من قبل قسم طب الأطفال الرئيسي ستبقى في الذاكرة لفترة طويلة .

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Dr. Robert Colton on COVID-19 Facebook post text الدكتور روبرت كولتون على نص منشور COVID-19 على Facebook
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WHAT CAN I DO AFTER I GET MY TWO COVID SHOTS?
By Robert Colton MD
Covid-19 in the US has never been worse. We are in a surge upon a surge. 10% of all deaths in the US since the epidemic started have been due to COVID-19 (370,000). Experts estimate 20% of the US population has already contracted Covid-19.
The vaccine rollout has been slow but is speeding up every day.
The vaccine data from the Pfizer and Moderna studies are spectacular. Both vaccines offer 95% protection after the second vaccination. In the Moderna trial no infections within the vaccine group were severe. The Pfizer data were similar.
The conclusion: the vaccines are about 95% effective in preventing Covid-19 infections AND can help keep you from getting seriously ill if you do contract Covid-19. More good news: patients with obesity and those over 70 years old did as well as normal weight and younger patients in the Pfizer study.
Remember, you are not fully immune until 1 week after the second Pfizer shot or 2 weeks after the second Moderna shot. In fact, you have no protection for the first 10 days after the first injection.
What does it mean and what can you do now?
Let’s look at my age group (65-74). Because vaccines reduce the incidence and severity of the disease, the annual risk of dying from Covid-19 should drop a minimum of 95%, from 0.2% to 0.01%. For comparison, the annual risk of dying from the seasonal flu in this age cohort is about 0.035%., and dying from a car accident in Florida, 0.014%.
The numbers will only improve as the vaccination numbers rise. A 50% reduction in new cases reduces the annual mortality risk to 0.005%
Does this mean you can throw away your mask, hug everyone, and go back to a pre-pandemic life? Unfortunately, no. Why?
Let’s look at some scenarios:
1. Eating indoors at restaurants: I have not been and won’t start yet. Why? By eating indoors, a vaccinated individual with an asymptomatic infection could theoretically be putting unvaccinated diners at risk. My advice: to protect the unvaccinated, avoid indoor restaurants, and other crowded indoor mask-free venues until we have better data on the degree of asymptomatic infection in the vaccine groups.
2. Eating outdoors at restaurants: Unlike eating indoors, where the data shows the risk of getting infected is doubled, the risk of spreading Covid-19 through outdoor dining is theoretical. I will begin going to outdoor restaurants.
3. Flying on airplanes: I have not flown this year but will now fly once again. Since March, airlines have improved their air filtration systems, eliminating spread except from those sitting near you. Everyone is usually wearing masks. Delta keeps the middle seat open.
4. Guests at my home: Before our vaccination, never. Now, we will allow small groups of 2 -6 fully vaccinated guests to visit inside our home without masks. There is no risk of starting a super-spreader event, and a miniscule risk of getting infected.
5. Family or other Guests from out of town: If they have not been vaccinated, we will only require a rapid test when they arrive. If they have been vaccinated, no requirements. Why? Based on the current na