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The trauma centre mainly caters to road accident victims with fractures or head injuries Constructed on National Highway 1the 72-bedded centre was attached to the Lok Nayak Hospital when it was inaugurated in 1999 But later it was delinked and set up as an independent unit in February 2007 Trauma centres across the world are attached to bigger hospitals for back-up mainly to keep 30 per cent beds free in case of disasters and emergencies According to the rulespatients are to be shifted to the trauma centers parent hospital within 96 hours of preliminary medical treatment At Sushruta Trauma Centre * No pathologist required to run the blood bank* No neurosurgeon senior resident in general surgery handle head injuries* No radiologist required for CT ScansX-raysetc* One anaesthesiologist four required; three posts lying vacant* No licence blood bank running without one for 18 months For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Medha Deshmukh Bhaskaran | Ahmednagar | Updated: January 30 2016 1:24 pm TN has been described by the sufferers as the worst pain known to mankind says Dr JP (Source: Humanhealthcom) Related News Trigeminal Neuralgia (TN) is considered by many to be among the most excruciatingly painful conditions known to man that causes a sudden sharp and stabbing pain to one side of the face The pain cannot be described in words and yet many sufferers express it by using their imagination as someone giving them an electric shock or blasting a bomb on their face Since it is a chronic condition of acute ‘out of the blue’ episodes of unbearable and agonising pain countless people out of sheer frustration have committed suicide before treatments (and cure) were discovered That is the reason why it is also known as ‘The Suicide Disease’ An estimated one in 15000 people suffers from trigeminal neuralgia but in all likelihood the numbers may be significantly higher due to frequent misdiagnoses (Read more about the disease in Part 1 of this series: Know about Trigeminal Neuralgia the suicide disease) To understand the treatment process better we spoke to Dr Jaydev Panchwagh an eminent Neurosurgeon from Pune (Maharashtra) with special interest in treating Trigeminal Neuralgia For the last 12 years it has been his mission to take brain & spine surgery to the masses Here’s what he had to say: Please tell us the course of Trigeminal Neuralgia or TN Dr JP: TN is a progressive disorder after the initial episodes of excruciating pain there may a pain holiday because body tries to heal the nerve that is getting compressed by pulsating blood vessels that come too close to the nerve for comfort What are the treatment options Dr JP: TN patients may find relief with one medication called carbamazepine It is the only pain suppressant that works on stabbing burning searing and sometimes electric shock-like excruciating pain of TN It acts by reducing nerve impulses If the pain is controlled by smaller doses then the problem gets temporarily solved If the patient comes back with pain despite taking carbamazepine then we have to increase the dose but there are limitations What are the side effects with higher doses of carbamazepine Dr JP: Most common is drowsiness and sleepiness The other side effects are difficulty in concentration confusion unsteadiness nausea and vomiting double vision and reduction in blood cells that help us fight infection If one gets any kind of skin rash a doctor must be consulted at once Same is with feeling of depression There are some other severe toxic effects too What are the other options Dr JP: We recommend brain surgery to patients who need carbamazepine more than 400 mg per day or even lesser if it has to be taken on regular basis What is this surgery called Dr JP: Microvascular Decompression Surgery MVD as we call it in short is a surgical procedure to relieve the agonising pain caused by compression of trigeminal nerve by an artery or vein MVD involves surgically opening the skull and exposing the nerve at the base of the brainstem to insert a tiny sponge between the compressing vessel and the nerve This sponge isolates the nerve from the pulsating effect and pressure of the blood vessel This operation basically cures the TN This is a far better option even when carbamazepine works even in small doses Why Dr JP: The very aim of this surgery is to stop the life-disturbing pain as well as save the patient from the toxic chemical and the untold misery it brings with it Due to carbamazepine’s side effects on body and mind people have given up their jobs even when they were on smaller dosages So surgery is not only indicated if the drug does not stop the pain It is indicated even if it stops and causes side effects The drug which is given to stop the pain brings other diseases in the form of toxic effects Please try to understand this that the disease is increasing in intensity inside while you are delaying the surgical treatment Secondly carbamazepine treatment doesn’t cure the disease So it is NOT comparable or an option for the surgery At best it is a pathetic compromise A person on carbamazepine treatment has severely altered quality of life and has the continuous feeling of impending doom if a dose is missed He or she is drugging the brain on regular basis The other important aspect is that the surgery even cures the ‘side effects’ of TN itself That is interesting can you elaborate Dr JP: I shall tell you one of my clinical experiences As we have already discussed TN has been described by the sufferers as the worst pain mankind knows and there is no exaggeration here It is also called “the suicide disease” as in the absence of proper and timely treatment these people tend to have serious suicidal thoughts And indeed there are instances of people have killed themselves TN can disturb the patient’s mind and in some cases the effects are seen on the body too So coming to this case of a man from Jodhpur who had travelled all the way to Pune was in terrible agony He also had severe psoriasis all over his face scalp and chest Psoriasis is a skin disease and one of the causes and aggravating factor is severe mental stress This man was haunted by the pain and was under mental stress for many years We operated on him He had severe compression of his trigeminal nerve due a blood vessel deeply lodged in the root entry zone of his nerve I had to perform the MVD surgery…and as expected his pain vanished For the first time in 12 years he was free of pain He was duly discharged and returned to Rajasthan When he returned after eight months for routine follow-up I could not recognise him You know why His psoriasis was completely gone You see his pain and stress of many years were cured and this in turn treated his psoriasis A glaring example of how the skin is like all parts of our body is connected to the brain I will go further in saying how the skin like all parts of our body is an extension of our brain In other advise to the patients Dr JP: The painful attacks associated with trigeminal neuralgia can be triggered or made worse by a number of different things For example if the pain is triggered by wind then it is better to avoid sitting near open windows or near the fan or air conditioning Wearing a scarf wrapped around face helps when one is venturing out Hot and spicy food or cold drinks may also trigger the TN pain Using a straw to drink warm or cold drinks may also help It is important to eat nourishing meals however so if chewing triggers pain one must consider eating soft foods or semi-liquid meals Dr JP has two helpline numbers to guide TN patients — +917720948948 and +919011333841 These belong to his NGO Synapse Brain and Spine Foundation For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Radhika Singh | Mumbai | Published: August 3 2016 11:52 am Top News Executive Chef Amit Chowdhury is planning a meal The ingredients – a pencil and some paper He carefully sketches out what the food should look like focusing on every little detail – colours textures composition “I’m an artist” says Chowdhury “and my canvas is a twelve-inch plate” When he was made executive chef of Taj Mahal Palace Mumbai in May last year Chowdhury 52 knew he wanted to turn the focus away from “fusion foods” and instead innovate based on the presentation of dishes At the hotel’s Chef Studio where guests can ask a chef to create a completely original menu Chowdhury once prepared soup in front of his guests using two glass bowls placed on top of one another The top bowl was filled with vegetables and meat and the bottom connected by a stem with stock After gentle heating the difference in pressure forced the liquid through to the top bowl resulting in a soup that was ready to serve “It is not about altering the original taste of the food With this presentation the original taste is not corrupted and it is still something exciting for customers” Chowdhury says His dedication equable personality and approach towards food is probably why he was chosen to take over from Hemant Oberoi who had been the hotel’s executive chef for thirty years Chowdhury who attended The Culinary Institute of America and Le Cordon Bleu entered as a trainee chef at the Taj in 1985 when he was 21 Since then he has worked at Taj properties in Delhi Maldives and Dubai “I was going to be a dentist” he says “but the glamour of the hotel industry pulled me in and I ended up going to catering college My father was very angry” His speciality was and remains European food “With European food you can really eat with your eyes and that’s so important to me” he says Read More Since he joined last year Chowdhury has been guiding Taj Palace’s restaurants “back to the basics” The transformation is best seen in Masala Kraft A little more than a month ago the restaurant scrapped its old menu of contemporary Indian dishes and replaced it with pure Lucknowi cuisine The man leading this change Chef Qureshi was hired last year He is the seventh generation of chefs from his family; preparing Awadhi food has been a family tradition Qureshi testifies that a dish his great-grandmother cooked would taste exactly like his “We felt that the guests were confused about what they were going to get” says Chowdhury about Masala Kraft’s previous menu “You had Indian food cooked in olive oil But now when you are served a dish you know exactly where it is coming from” Similarly restaurants Wasabi and Golden Dragon are returning to their traditional Japanese and Chinese roots Before a dish is added to the menu of any of the nine food outlets Chowdhury subjects it to several food trials He also plans banquets working on everything from its theme to menu with customers “My canvas has graduated for a plate to a hall” he says Recently he had a client who spurned a typical buffet style dessert and wanted the dishes to hang from the walls and ceiling Interacting with colleagues and customers takes up most of Chowdhury’s time At 8:30 am Chowdhury can be seen on his restaurant rounds He usually visits the Sea Lounge first their most popular breakfast eatery where huge glass windows allow visitors to watch the roiling sea He meets guests and listens to their suggestions “Although I am an artist there is a key difference between a painter and me” he says “A painter does not care whether people like his work because he does it for himself But I lose if I put something on the plate that people don’t understand My art is first for other people rather than for myself” Chowdhury’s dreams of a world-class European restaurant at the Taj Mahal Palace Zodiac Grill where he previously worked was closed down last year leaving the hotel without specialised European cuisine For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top News A flat budget for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) isn’t the only unpleasant surprise for research advocates in a House of Representatives spending bill released yesterday The draft bill which reflects Republicans’ desire to undo the 2010 health care law and trim the Department of Health and Human Services would wipe out HHS’s Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) the main supporter of evidence-based medicine The bill also bars NIH from funding economics studies Approved today by the House Appropriations subcommittee on labor HHS and education the bill holds NIH’s budget at $306 billion None of NIH’s funding can be spent on "any economic research" the bill states Howard Silver executive director of the Consortium of Social Science Associations in Washington DC,”I had not signed it.

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