AIMS&RC has conducted a voluntary blood donation camp on event of World blood donor day on 14th June 2017. We would like to extend a big thank you to those voluntary blood donors who rolled up their sleeves, without whom it would not have been possible for making this camp, a grand success. Preceding the magnitude of this event, we are looking forward to organize constant and successful voluntary blood donation camps in future.
"Measles Rubella Campaign snaps of RHTC Budihala field practice area" of Dept. of Community Medicine, AIMS&RC.
Dr Suresh V C, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry presented a public talk on 10/11/2016 about Women's Mental Health, organized by Lion's Club and Women & Child Welfare Department, Doddaballapur. Topics covered are depression, anxiety, suicide, psychosis, dementia, behavioral problems, and personality issues and emphasized on early identification, treatment and preventive measures. Topics covered are depression, anxiety, suicide, psychosis, dementia, behavioral problems, and personality issues and emphasized on early identification, treatment and preventive measures.
World Diabetes Day 2016 was celebrated on 14th November 2016 at Department of General Medicine Akash Hospital. Screening of suspected diabetes patients were undertaken. Diabetic patients were screened for complications of diabetes, about 50 cases were screened in the camp.
Dr Ravishankar S N, Dr Ravindra B N, Dr Timma Reddy, Dr Madhuvan were present in the camp.
Eyes on Diabetes
The theme of World Diabetes Day 2016 is "Eyes on Diabetes". The year's activities and materials will focus on promoting the importance of screening to ensure early diagnosis of type 2 diabetes and treatment to reduce the risk of serious complications. Of the 415 million adults worldwide living with diabetes in 2015,1 over one third will develop some form of diabetic retinopathy – a complication of diabetes that can lead to vision impairment and blindness.More than 93 million adults, or one in three, currently living with diabetes have diabetic retinopathy. The management of diabetes and its complications begins in primary health care and this should include screening for diabetic retinopathy. Early detection and timely treatment of diabetic retinopathy can prevent vision loss and reduce the impact of diabetes on individuals, their carers and society.Careful management of diabetes and screening for diabetic eye disease can help prevent visual impairment and blindness. Global health spending to treat diabetes and manage complications was estimated at e USD 673 billion in 2015.
Dr Suresh V C, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry presented a public talk on 10/09/2015 about Prevalence of suicide, factors influencing/affecting the person to attempt, prevention measures, and stress management organized by Agriculture Department, Devanahalli and various places in Devanahalli Taluk.