In today’s lightning-fast lifestyle, the cases of infertility are on the rise due to excessive work-related stress, irregular eating habits and various other reasons. There are a host of factors responsible for infertility. It could be congenital, hereditary (in some cases), a result of any internal injury or many other reasons. There are millions of couples who’re facing the prickly issue called infertility. The bright side is that many couples with fertility problems have gone on to have babies after the clinical treatment. ESIC Model Hospital, Bari Brahmana, Jammu is undergoing one such special Clinic Initiative by the Specialist Obstetrics & Gynecology Dr. Payal Gupta & her team on every working Wednesday from 2:00 P.M to 4:00 P.M at room no 66, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology under the able guidance of Medical Superintendent, Dr. Sunil Prabhakar Deshpande. This will help the couples navigate smoothly through the often complicated process of infertility curation and ultimately fulfill their dream of parenthood. It is the noble objective of our team to provide the ESIC Beneficiaries with the congruous skills to address infertility. We place enormous emphasis on ethical practices and ensure that all protocols are diligently & unfailingly followed. ESIC Model Hospital ,Bari Brahmana will introduce one-to-one counseling sessions which involves comprehensive analysis of patient’s reports and brain-storming discussion on the range of suitable treatment plans according to the patient’s problem. All investigations and treatment will be done free of cost for the ESIC beneficiaries.
INFERTILITY CLINIC BY DEPARTMENT OF OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY ESIC MODEL HOSPITAL,JAMMU Update on : 2016-07-13
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MICROBIOLOGYUpdate on : 2015-12-07 Rudresh SM, Nagarathnamma T. Antibiotic susceptibility pattern of Salmonella enterica serovar typhi and Salmonella enterica serovar paratyphi A with special reference to quinolone resistance. Drug Dev Ther 2015;6:70-3.
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