How to perform CPR Step by step

The heartbeat can stop suddenly. In fact, breathing may stop suddenly for a number of reasons from infection to accidents to heart attacks. But fatality (read death) does not have to be the only outcome because CPR (Cardiopulmonary resuscitation) has been developed to increase the survival chances. What is CPR? The term decoded CPR is basically a first aid procedure in which the rescuer tries to restart the victim’s heart or more precisely his breathing by compressing his chest to push air into his lungs or by breathing straight into his mout... Read more ...


Heart Health Tips? Commit to a Heart Healthy Lifestyle

Research data demonstrates heart healthy lifestyle can reduce the threats and risks of heart disease by 80%! Your heart is the hardest working muscle. Here are a few heart health tips to keep your heart healthy and keep it going. The fact is undeniable, healthy lifestyle keep your heart healthy. Recent research data demonstrates heart healthy lifestyle can reduce the threats and risks of heart disease by 80%! With this comes the next pertinent question – what’s a ‘heart healthy lifestyle’ anyway? To put it simply; it’s a commitment to... Read more ...


Heart Research

Cardiovascular disease remains our leading health problem despite numerous advances and a decade of declining results, it is still the leading cause of death in INDIA and many other countries. Millions of people have no symptoms, in fact, many do not know that they have potentially serious illness until they suffer a heart attack, stroke or sudden death. Information For Doctors Dr Tatun Prahraj had treated Most Challenging Cases in his career, Dr. Praharaj also had the opportunity to treat Mother Teresa in the year 1993 and 1996. On both the oc... Read more ...


Stent Angioplasty

First, a cardiac catheterization is performed. You will receive medication for relaxation, and then the doctor will numb the site with local anesthesia. Next, a sheath (a thin plastic tube) is inserted into an artery — usually in your groin, but sometimes in the arm. A long, narrow, hollow tube, called a catheter, is passed through the sheath and guided up the blood vessel to the arteries surrounding the heart. A small amount of contrast material is injected through the catheter and is photographed as it moves through the heart’s chambers, ... Read more ...


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