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12th January 2013, Saturday

Why the word CPR 10?

All my life, I have taught medicine in the form of formulas. The CPR 10 was created so that the public could remember the process of cardiopulmonary resuscitation or revival after sudden cardiac death.

There is substantial evidence to suggest that CPR is effective in the first 10 minutes of cardiac arrest. After 10 minutes of death, there is practically no chance of recovery unless patient is in hypothermia.

There is also enough evidence that at least 10 minutes of cardiac massage should be given with a speed of 100 per minutes.

So, we created a formula of 10 which means that – within 10 minutes of death (earlier the better), at least for the next 10 minutes (longer the better, up to 25 minutes), compress the centre of the chest of the victim with a speed of 10x10 i.e. 100 per minute.

Numerologically also, the CPR equates to number 10. In English alphabets, ‘C’ comes at number ‘3’, ‘P’ comes at number ‘16’ and ‘R’ comes at number ‘18’. If we add the three i.e. C=3, P=16, R=18 (3 + 16 + 18 = 37) and, if we further add the two digits in ‘3 + 7’, the total we get is ‘10’. So, numerologically ‘CPR 10’ should be an effective way to remember.

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    Constipation Update

When should enemas be used in a patient with constipation?

Enemas (tap water, sodium phosphate, soapsuds) should be used only as needed for constipation in the older adult, i.e., after several days of constipation in order to prevent fecal impaction. Adverse effects can include fluid and electrolyte abnormalities with phosphate enemas and rectal mucosal damage with soapsuds enemas. In elderly patients, sodium phosphate enemas should not be used for the treatment of constipation as they may lead to severe metabolic disorders associated with a high mortality and morbidity (Ori Y, et al. Fatalities and severe metabolic disorders associated with the use of sodium phosphate enemas: a single center’s experience. Arch Intern Med 2012 Feb 13;172(3):263–5).

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    National News

Dear Colleague, Let’s celebrate New Year by learning CPR-10 and saving the life of a person

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SC summons health secretaries of seven states

The Supreme Court today summoned health secretaries of seven states including Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Delhi for the dismal performance of their states in taking action under PNDT Act that prohibits pre-natal sex determination.

A bench of justices K S Radhakrishnan and Dipak Misra also directed the officials of Haryana, Rajasthan, Bihar and Maharashtra to be present in the court with statistics explaining action taken under the Pre-Conception and Pre-natal Diagnostic Techniques Act 1994.

Expressing concern over the drastic drop in girl child ratio in these states, the bench issued notice to them and sought response from them and posted the matter for further hearing on February 12.

The average count of girl child (0-6 years) in the country has dropped to 914 per 1000 boys as per the Census 2011 which was earlier 927 under the 2001 Census.

The court was hearing a PIL by NGO Voluntary Health Association of Punjab pleading it to interfere in the matter in view of decreasing number of girls/boys ratio in the country.

The petitioner alleged that three other states -- Jammu and Kashmir, Uttarakhand and Madhya Pradesh -- too fared badly on the Census list. But the court did not issue notice to them as of now.

Additional Solicitor General Indira Jaising informed the court that it was the state which has to implement the act and they should be asked to respond on the issue. (Source: Business Standard)

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Medical mistakes in Indian movies

Dear all, eMedinewS is starting a special series on ‘Medical mistakes in Indian movies’. We invite all our readers to share with us the following information:

  1. Scene/s where the image of the medical profession has been maligned in an unrealistic manner, or
  2. Scene/s where medical care and approach has been depicted incorrectly, or
  3. Scenes where the medical profession has been portrayed correctly.

Send us the clippings or description of the scenes. This would be a start to a special campaign to rebuild the image of the medical profession.

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    My Profession My Concern

Dear Sir, I really appreciate the endeavor and efforts of IMA and Dr. K. K. Aggrawal in drafting recommendations for Justice Verma Commission. In this regard I have certain suggestions to make and request you to kindly incorporate these suggestions into your recommendations to the Govt. of India.

  1. We should strengthen our education system by incorporating moral education as well as sex education into our curriculum.
  2. With regard to the quantum of punishment in rape cases, I agree that the punishment should be the severest and its execution shall be such that it acts as a deterrent so that nobody shall ever think of committing such a heinous crime in the first place and the same shall be equally applied to the people of other sex also who upon investigation are found to be implicating others in false/fabricated/frivolous cases.
  3. Not only in this case but the same provision of severe punishment should be there for the people committing other equally or more heinous crime such as child abduction, kidnapping and extortion etc. Child abduction/kidnapping shall be dealt with as a rarest of rare crime because it not only badly effects the innocent child of tender age who is dependant on his/her mother for everything but also gives much greater trauma to the parents, his/her mother in particular.
  4. Murderers of elders/old age people/senior citizens should also be treated as a rarest of rare crime and culprits committing such crimes shall be awarded with no less than a death penalty.
  5. In order to increase the participation of general public in helping the victims of road side accidents and/or other accidents, our laws should be amended in such a manner so that they doesn't allow such innocent helping people to be harassed by the investigating and/or other authorities as till date the general perception is that if you help any accident victim. You are bound to be either made accused or dragged into unnecessary litigation/harassment.
  6. The one more reason why the common people don’t stop or even slow down upon seeing somebody lying at road side or waving at a lonely or ill lit place is because of the fear that the person stopping or waiving to stop mid way may be a criminal/antisocial element or his/her associate and may in turn harm him/her.
  7. Constitution of fast track courts shall not only be done for the rape cases but the same shall be constituted to try the cases pertaining to our political leaders and all their cases shall be decided in a time bound period so that the message of "Nobody is above Law of the Land" and "Law of the land gets applied equally to everyone in a same manner" shall spread among masses in general because if the leaders are clean, honest, non corrupt, and bear good moral character and crime-free record they will become a real role model for the masses and will help cleanse the society.
  8. Law enforcing agencies should implement the laws strictly and impartially, so that the culprits should not even think of roaming around and committing crimes, not even in the day light.

Thanks & Regards

Dr. Sunil Bansal

    Valvular Heart Disease Update

What are the five main issues for managing and advising a patient with a prosthetic heart valve?

  • Antithrombotic therapy to prevent valve thrombosis and thromboembolism
  • Evaluation of valve function
  • Endocarditis prophylaxis
  • Safety of exercise
  • Pregnancy

(Experts: Dr Ganesh K Mani, Dr. Yugal Mishra, Dr Deepak Khurana, Dr Rajesh Kaushish, Dr K S Rathor, Dr Sandeep Singh and Dr KK Aggarwal)

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(Contributed by Dr Monica and Brahm Vasudev)

Oldest patients may not need cancer screening

Patients with a life expectancy of less than 10 years derive little benefit from screening for breast or colorectal cancer, a meta-analysis of randomized trials suggested. (Source: Medpage Today)

FDA panel likes Janssen diabetes drug

After a day of deliberations, an FDA advisory committee concluded that the agency should approve canagliflozin (Invokana), a novel agent for type 2 diabetes. (Source: Medpage Today)

AHA emphasizes importance of cardiorespiratory fitness

The American Heart Association (AHA) has published a new policy statement emphasizing the importance of cardiorespiratory fitness in the US population, noting that cardiorespiratory fitness is as strong a predictor of adverse clinical outcomes as traditional risk factors and other exercise test variables, including ST-segment depression and hemodynamic responses. (Source: Medscape)

Study: Wood stove smoke may be deadly

Cutting down on air pollution from wood stoves and other biomass-fueled fires may save lives, an Australian study suggested. (Source: Medpage Today)

Frozen embryo transfer may improve IVF pregnancy rates

Frozen embryo transfer (FET) may be associated with better in vitro fertilization outcomes compared with fresh embryo transfer, according to the findings of a meta-analysis. Matheus Roque, MD, from Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona in Spain and the Origen Center for Reproductive Medicine in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, and colleagues published their findings in the January 2013 issue of Fertility and Sterility. (Source: Medscape)

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(Dr KK Aggarwal, Group Editor in Chief, IJCP Group of Publications and eMedinews)

Negative Thoughts Are Absence Of Positive Thoughts

Darkness cannot be removed physically; it can only be removed by switching light or going into sunlight or lighting fire. Similarly negative thoughts are absence of positive thoughts.

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    Infertility Update (Dr Kaberi Banerjee, IVF expert, New Delhi)

How are the risks of multiple pregnancies related with the IVF procedure?

The more embryos that are transferred into the uterus, the higher the risk. Multiple pregnancies carry significant risks, including:

  • Premature labor with possible risks to the infant
  • Premature delivery
  • Maternal hemorrhage
  • Cesarean delivery
  • Pregnancy–induced high blood pressure
  • Gestational diabetes

Your doctor should transfer the minimum number of embryos necessary to provide a high likelihood of pregnancy with the lowest risk of multiple pregnancies.

    Tat Tvam Asi………and the Life Continues……

(Dr Sanjay Chaudhary, Medical Director, Chaudhary Eye Centre, Dr Pallavi Sugandhi, Consultant Ophthalmologist, Cornea & Refractive surgeon, Chaudhary Eye Centre)

Myth: An entire eye can be transplanted.
Fact: Only the cornea is used for transplantation.

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    An Inspirational Story (MP Singh)

Positive thinking

A successful business man was growing old and knew it was time to choose a successor to take over the business.

Instead of choosing one of his Directors or his children, he decided to do something different. He called all the young executives in his company together. He said, "It is time for me to step down and choose the next CEO. I have decided to choose one of you. "The young executives were shocked, but the boss continued. "I am going to give each one of you a SEED today - one very special SEED. I want you to plant the seed, water it, and come back here one year from today with what you have grown from the seed I have given you. I will then judge the plants that you bring, and the one I choose will be the next CEO."

One man, named Jim, was there that day and he, like the others, received a seed. He went home and excitedly, told his wife the story. She helped him get a pot, soil and compost and he planted the seed. Everyday, he would water it and watch to see if it had grown. After about three weeks, some of the other executives began to talk about their seeds and the plants that were beginning to grow.

Jim kept checking his seed, but nothing ever grew Three weeks, four weeks, five weeks went by, still nothing.

By now, others were talking about their plants, But Jim didn't have a plant and he felt like a failure.

Six months went by -- still nothing in Jim's pot. He just knew he had killed his seed. Everyone else had trees and tall plants, but he had nothing Jim didn't say anything to his colleagues, however, he just kept watering and fertilizing the soil. He so wanted the seed to grow.

A year finally went by and all the young executives of the company brought their plants to the CEO for inspection.

Jim told his wife that he wasn't going to take an empty pot. But she asked him to be honest about what happened. Jim felt sick to his stomach, it was going to be the most embarrassing moment of his life, but he knew his wife was right. He took his empty pot to the board room.

When Jim arrived, he was amazed at the variety of plants grown by the other executives. They were beautiful - in all shapes and sizes. Jim put his empty pot on the floor and many of his colleagues laughed, a few felt sorry for him!

When the CEO arrived, he surveyed the room and greeted his young executives.

Jim just tried to hide in the back. "My, what great plants, trees and flowers you have grown," said the CEO. "Today one of you will be appointed the next CEO!"

All of a sudden, the CEO spotted Jim at the back of the room with his empty pot. He ordered the Financial Director to bring him to the front. Jim was terrified. He thought, "The CEO knows I'm a failure! Maybe he will have me fired!"

When Jim got to the front, the CEO asked him what had happened to his seed, Jim told him the story.

The CEO asked everyone to sit down except Jim. He looked at Jim, and then announced to the young executives, "Behold your next Chief Executive Officer!

His name is "Jim!" Jim couldn't believe it. Jim couldn't even grow his seed. "How could he be the new CEO?" the others said.

Then the CEO said, "One year ago today, I gave everyone in this room a seed. I told you to take the seed, plant it, water it, and bring it back to me today. But I gave you all boiled seeds; they were dead - it was not possible for them to grow.

All of you, except Jim, have brought me trees and plants and flowers. When you found that the seed would not grow, you substituted another seed for the one I gave you. Jim was the only one with the courage and honesty to bring me a pot with my seed in it. Therefore, he is the one who will be the new Chief Executive Officer!"

* If you plant honesty, you will reap trust.
* If you plant goodness, you will reap friends.
* If you plant humility, you will reap greatness.
* If you plant perseverance, you will reap contentment.
* If you plant consideration, you will reap perspective.
* If you plant hard work, you will reap success.
* If you plant forgiveness, you will reap reconciliation.

So, be careful what you plant now; it will determine what you will reap later.

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Dr Good Dr Bad

Situation: A patient with heart failure came for cardiac evaluation.
Dr. Bad: Go for Echo test.
Dr. Good: Go for Tissue Doppler Echo test.
Lesson: A patient with heart failure must get Tissue Doppler Echo Test for evaluation of diastolic functions.

Make Sure

Situation: A patient on ACE inhibitor developed angioneurotic edema.
Reaction: Oh my God! Why was ACE inhibitor continued?
Lesson: Make sure that patients on ACE inhibitors are advised to watch for symptoms of urticaria and stop the drug immediately in case swelling of lip, face or tongue develops (Br J Clin Pharmacol 1999;48(6):861–5).

  Quote of the Day (Dr GM Singh)

What other people say

You have to forget about what other people say, when you're supposed to die, or when you're supposed to love. You have to forget about all these things. Jimi Hendrix

    Legal Question of the Day (Dr M C Gupta)

Q. An Obs-Gyne consultant was scheduled to perform a laparoscopic hysterectomy on a patient but, at the last moment, she left it to be done by a general surgeon (with training in lap surgery as she had to attend a family function. Some complications occurred during surgery but there was no ventilator. Life saving medicines and oxygen cylinders were not enough and had to be brought from another hospital, causing delay and further aggravation of the situation. The patient and relatives were not informed that somebody else would operate. My questions are:

a. Is it criminal offence that a non-gyne Lap- surgeon performed this surgery?

b. Can charges be brought against the gyne consultant?

c. What would be the liability of the medical superintendent and the person I/C of the OT, which lacked in ventilator/oxygen cylinders/life saving medicines?


  • It is not a criminal offence for a non-gyne Lap surgeon to perform laparoscopic hysterectomy. It was against law on his part to operate without informed consent. In this case, the information about the identity of the operating surgeon was withheld. It was apparently not an emergency surgery. The patient has a right to choose her surgeon. She was not only denied this right but a deceit was played on her.
  • The following charges can be brought against the gyne consultant:
    • Charge of unethical conduct in terms of MCI Regulations, 2002.
    • Charge of deficiency in service.
  • The liability of the medical superintendent is certainly there. He would be liable for deficiencies in the OT also.
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Metabolic acidosis is best treated with:

a. calcium gluconate via IV push.
b. normal saline via bolus IV.
c. oxygen.
d. sodium bicarbonate via IV push.

Yesterday’s Mind Teaser: An intravenous pyelogram reveals that Paulo, age 35, has a renal calculus. He is believed to have a small stone that will pass spontaneously. To increase the chance of the stone passing, the nurse would instruct the client to force fluids and to

A. Strain all urine.
B. Ambulate.
C. Remain on bed rest.
D. Ask for medications to relax him.

Answer for Yesterday’s Mind Teaser: B. Ambulate.

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  • A child's behavior will improve in proportion to the distance she is away from the parent.
  • Two is equal to two, except when referring to time. Two minutes of tantrum lasts 20 times as long as two minutes of quiet time.
  • The choice of a preschooler's best friend corresponds directly to the distance the friend lives from your house.
  • The chance of a surprise visit by your parents-in-law is directly proportional to the size of the mess in your home.
  • A child will always eat exactly what she has loved for the past year---unless it is the only food in the fridge.
  • The ease with which a toddler acquires the ability to say a word increases with its likelihood to embarrass a sailor.
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(Dr Sudhir Gupta, Additional Prof, Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, AIIMS)

The Bolam test

A restraint on the Bolam standard further disclosed in the decision made in November 1997, by the House of Lords, in Bolitho v City and Hackney Health Authority

  • The applicability of the Bolam test was affirmed but it was subject to the proviso that in cases involving the weighing of risks against benefits, it could be demonstrated that the experts who had formulated their view had directed their minds to the question of comparative risks and benefits and had reached a defensible conclusion on the matter.
  • That is, before a practice could be described as being in accordance with the practice accepted as proper by a ‘responsible’ or ‘reasonable’ or ‘respectable’ body of professional opinion, the exponents of that opinion could demonstrate that such opinion had a logical basis.
  • If the courts were not convinced that a logical conclusion was reached by the medical profession, then the law would set the standard for them.
  • However, the principal qualification to this apparent revision of the Bolam standard was expressed by Lord Browne–Wilkinson when he said that "It would ‘very seldom’ be right for a judge to conclude that the genuine views of a competent medical expert were illogical… though he reserved the right to do so."

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Public Forum (Press Release for use by the newspapers)

Human body needs servicing too

While automobile vehicles need preventive servicing every three months, the human body needs it every two months, said Padma Shri & Dr. B.C. Roy National Awardee, Dr. KK Aggarwal, President, Heart Care Foundation of India and National Vice President (Elect.) IMA.

According to Ayurveda, the seasons change every two months, approximately in the middle of the month.

Ayurveda describes these changes and precautions to be taken in great detail. The current makar rashi season, which starts today with sun changing its direction northwards resulting into lengthening of day and shortening of night time needs many lifestyle changes to balance health and prevent diseases. Vata gets aggravated, kapha gets accumulated and pitta gets depleted in this season.

In allopathic language, pitta denotes metabolic functions, vata signifies movement functions and kapha stands for secretory functions of the body.

Lohri, Makar Sankranti and Pongal are celebrated with khichdi, milk, gur, bhaat, sesame (Til) laddu, light hot food and beverages, etc. all indicating measures to reduce vata and kapha and to increase pitta in the body.

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  1. Dear Sir, I think that punishment for rapist under influence of alcohol or drug should be more severe as a habitual addict will always give excuse of his addicted state to save his skin from capital punishment. Also, I personally believe that punishment for heinous crime like rape should be the severest most, as person who has done heinous crime like rape, will try to kill the victim and destroy the evidence, even if he knows that he will not get capital punishment but life imprisonment. Severe and fast trial will help in preventing this type of crimes in long run and victim will also get justice. Dr Sameer Singhal, Saharanpur.
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There is no registration fee. All delegates will get Registration Kit, Attractive gifts, Certificates. Morning snacks and lunch will be provided.

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