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Stay Safe From Coronavirus | Tips And Tricks To Stay Away from Corona Virus | GigaDocs


Coronavirus Care- Stay Home and Virtually Consult a Digital Paediatrician for your Child Health

COVID-19 has transformed legacy medicine practices from traditional face to face consultation to a technology backed Virtual Consultation. Telemedicine technology is proving to bring medical care closer to patients while mitigating the risk of Coronavirus transmission among patients, emergency workers and Medicare professionals.

Read More...

Fighting COVID-19 – Toothache Treatment with Tele-Dentistry Virtual Doctor Consultation

Few months ago, virtual consultation over the telephone or a video call seemed an alternative to those tied up with work or other commitments. While we all preferred a face to face consultation pre- COVID-19, Medicare delivery has changed post the pandemic has struck, crippling normal life out of gear. To mitigate the spread of COVID-19 infectivity, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has urged registered medical practitioners to conduct remote virtual consultations through the phone, video or messaging format.

Read More...

COVID-19 Stress Management with Virtual Doctor Consultation and Tele-mental Healthcare

Coronavirus has led the world to change, and brought us in the middle of a worldwide pandemic with unprecedented shifts observed in work culture and stay at home policies. Social distancing, work from home has made not only working professionals stressed but dependent children and senior citizens as well. Frequent complaints include neck and back pain, muscle cramps, and irregular sleeping habits.

Read More...

How Does E- Healthcare and Virtual Consultation Help you During COVID-19 Pandemic?

COVID-19 virus has wreaked havoc around the world, infecting millions and raising fears of uncertainty. As a consequence, Governments have imposed stringent social distancing and lockdown measures to control the spread and contain the pandemic. This has left, those with medical priorities for routine check-ups and other chronic diseases in a quandary. Amidst rising fears of disease infectivity from contaminated surfaces, people have turned their dependency on technology. Technology powered virtual consultation has stepped up into the spotlight aiding healthcare provider organizations, doctors, and patients with digital consultations aired at the safe environs of a hospital/clinic straight to a patient’s home.

Read More...

Fighting Coronavirus with Virtual Healthcare, Telemedicine Technology, and Digital Consultation

Digital Consultation over the phone or video conferencing has been around for a long time now, the recent COVID-19 outbreak has led to a tremendous increase in the popularity of telemedicine technology. The adoption of virtual healthcare has catapulted since the outbreak of Coronavirus and preventive lockdown measures announced by governments across the world.

Read More...

Coronavirus Impact- Has COVID-19 Changed our Lifestyle for Good?

With over 3 million infected cases, Coronavirus is a global threat spreading like a wildfire and taken the world by storm. The pandemic has changed our life’s too, shut-downs, stringent social distancing measures, self-isolation, facemasks, and work from home becoming the new normal. The impact of these lifestyle changes bought by the deadly virus will be felt for years to come.

Read More...

Coronavirus Safety Tips for Liver Cirrhosis and Liver Transplant Patients

Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2, or SARS-CoV-2 shares a similar genome sequence with its earlier cousin namely the SARS-CoV and Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) by 82% and 50% respectively. Liver impairment is a common condition detected in patients who have tested SARS-CoV or MERS-CoV positive. In SARS-CoV liver impairment is reported among a staggering 60% of patients.

Read More...

Coronavirus Protection Essentials- How to Use, Re-Use, and Dispose Face Masks?

The number of those infected by the Coronavirus pandemic continues to surge every hour, causing a global uproar. To mitigate the risk of COVID-19 virus contamination, Governments and regulatory agencies adapt to the nonpharmacological steps mandating the use of masks to contain the Coronavirus infectivity.

Read More...

How to Prepare for Digital Healthcare and Telemedicine Doctor Consultation During COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has made a regular check-up visit to the doctor not just risky but also fearful with the high chance of COVID-19 contamination. The COVID-19 pandemic is accelerating the transition to a new model that aims to a safe Digital consultation and harnesses the benefits of digital and data technologies.

Read More...

Pregnancy Care During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Pregnancy is an exciting journey for expecting parents and their families. If you are one of them, there is no doubt you will have concerns about the ongoing Coronavirus infection and if it will affect the baby while you are pregnant.

Read More...

Coronavirus High Risk Group- Watch out for Weight Gain, High BMI, and Obesity

Obesity-related conditions seem to worsen the effect of COVID-19, particularly among younger patients below 60 years. High BMI, a key indicator of obesity is identified as a high epidemiologic risk contributing to increased COVID-19 morbidity rates.

Read More...

Caring for the Heart- Cardiovascular Disease Precautions During COVID-19

Cardiovascular disease, such as Congenital heart disease, Coronary artery disease, Heart muscle disease is a leading cause of death across the world. The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) account for over 25% of all annual medical deaths worldwide.

Read More...

Diabetes and High Sugar? What Precautions Diabetic Patient Must Take During COVID-19

COVID-19 infection is a double challenge for diabetic patients. Sugar diabetes is a high-risk factor increasing the chances of hospitalization and mortality rates among diabetic patients who catch the COVID-19. In a study conducted among 52 COVID-19 ICU admitted patients found that diabetes was an existing precondition in 22% of the 32 non-survivors. Studies show Coronavirus mortality rates are about threefold times higher among diabetic patients when compared with the general mortality rates in China.

Read More...

Can Meditation reduce the Stress of Self-Isolation?

Self-isolation has changed the way we conduct our lives causing anxiousness, uncertainty and stress. For many of us lockdown is new and a bolt out of blue. As we live in self-isolation have you ever wondered that there are individuals who voluntarily embrace self-isolation?

Read More...

How to Successfully Work from Home with Kid in the Coronavirus Crisis

COVID-19 has brought unique challenges to our everyday lives, social isolation, uncertainty and anxiety to cope up with. Add to that the pressure of working from home in uncomfortable workspaces, juggling between household and office work especially when the rest of the family is at home can be daunting. As businesses have shifted most of the office staff to work from home, WFH can be a tough task with kids demanding your time and attention.

Read More...

Coronavirus Stress- How to relieve Anxiety and Calm your Mind during COVID-19

The uncertainty and fear surrounding COVID-19 multiplies as new cases are being detected and quarantined each day. Coronavirus has made watching news increasingly stressful gripping nations worldwide into an unprecedented lockdown and citizens across nationalities practice stringent social distancing measures. Though social distancing and self-isolation is the key to mitigate the COVID spread, it can be stressful to stay at home with fear and uncertainty about the future.

Read More...

How important is Balanced Diet, Regular Exercise and Immunity to Fight Coronavirus Crisis?

Strong immunity is critical to fighting against the ongoing Coronavirus crisis. In the absence of preventive and prescriptive medicines, and an exponential increase in the number of cases, our immune system is our body’s first line of defense to fight the deadly COVID-19 virus and other harmful invaders.

Read More...

Virus attack on Economy

As the Covid-19 brings the normal everyday life to a grinding halt, what would its implications be in the long run? The unprecedented lockdown has not only thrown the everyday routine into a topsy-turvy circus but is threatening to cause damages that may end up beyond repair.

Read More...

Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Infection- Breaking the myths

As everyone speaks about the deadly Coronavirus, misinformation has raised to deadly myths that have spread in conjunction with the outbreak.

Read More...
Hello All! Gigadocs wishes and encourages all its patrons to practice safe habits and take extra precautions, especially keeping the current pandemic situation in mind. Focusing on the confusion and panic the world is facing, we encourage you to keep calm and have a progressive yet cautious outlook. Hence, we have come up with a self-assessment test to help you better understand the symptoms. Please note that the test is developed on the guidelines from the World Health Organization and this should not be considered as an expert diagnosis under any circumstances. We assure the confidentiality of any information provided here.

Your Age:

Have you travelled abroad in the last month?

Have you been in contact with anyone who has traveled abroad within the last month?

Have you been in contact with anyone who had basic symptoms such as Fever or Cough?

Do you have a Fever?

Do you have any symptoms of a Cold (Including Coughing, Sore Throat, Breathing Difficulty, etc.)?

Do you have Body Aches or Headaches?

Stay Safe From Coronavirus | Tips And Tricks To Stay Away from Corona Virus | GigaDocs

Follow Don'ts to protect yourself from Corona Virus | GigaDocs

Coping Coronavirus Pandemic with E-Healthcare- How to Prepare Senior Citizens for Virtual Consultation?

As the lockdown restrictions ease, the situation around the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) changes rapidly. The key to well-being is to stay informed and follow safe hygiene measures to protect yourself and those around you especially the kids and the senior citizens.

Read More...

Coronavirus Care- Stay Home and Virtually Consult a Digital Paediatrician for your Child Health

COVID-19 has transformed legacy medicine practices from traditional face to face consultation to a technology backed Virtual Consultation. Telemedicine technology is proving to bring medical care closer to patients while mitigating the risk of Coronavirus transmission among patients, emergency workers and Medicare professionals.

Read More...

Every Flu is not Coronavirus- Addressing Seasonal Influenza & Infectious Diseases with Virtual Consultation

COVID-19 pandemic infecting millions worldwide can be increasingly challenging for healthcare providers who on priority are addressing to the calls of Coronavirus infected patients. Add to it the ongoing seasonal Flu season that usually leads to a spike in face to face consultations. To curb the cold & flu rush, medical providers are turning to telemedicine to diagnose and treat patients remotely through technology-aided virtual consultation.

Read More...

Fighting COVID-19 – Toothache Treatment with Tele-Dentistry Virtual Doctor Consultation

Few months ago, virtual consultation over the telephone or a video call seemed an alternative to those tied up with work or other commitments. While we all preferred a face to face consultation pre- COVID-19, Medicare delivery has changed post the pandemic has struck, crippling normal life out of gear. To mitigate the spread of COVID-19 infectivity, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has urged registered medical practitioners to conduct remote virtual consultations through the phone, video or messaging format.

Read More...

Fighting Coronavirus- Online Video Doctor Consultation or Telephone Consultation Which One you Should Choose?

The current COVID-19 pandemic with over 4 million active cases has rapidly altered general healthcare practices changing the way health-care is accessed and delivered to ensure coronavirus infectivity is restricted to a minimum. One of these changes is increasing the ability for general practice consultations to be conducted via telehealth consultation (Phone Consult), or as a Virtual Consultation (Video Consultant).

Read More...

COVID-19 Stress Management with Virtual Doctor Consultation and Tele-mental Healthcare

Coronavirus has led the world to change, and brought us in the middle of a worldwide pandemic with unprecedented shifts observed in work culture and stay at home policies. Social distancing, work from home has made not only working professionals stressed but dependent children and senior citizens as well. Frequent complaints include neck and back pain, muscle cramps, and irregular sleeping habits.

Read More...

E-Healthcare & Virtual Consultation- Services Offered and Service Delivery Methods

Virtual Consultation has redefined healthcare as an effective way to alleviate the ongoing strain on hospitals battling with the Coronavirus pandemic. Telemedicine offers a safe digital consultation to patients at the comfort of their homes through a secure video or phone format.

Read More...

How Does E- Healthcare and Virtual Consultation Help you During COVID-19 Pandemic?

COVID-19 virus has wreaked havoc around the world, infecting millions and raising fears of uncertainty. As a consequence, Governments have imposed stringent social distancing and lockdown measures to control the spread and contain the pandemic. This has left, those with medical priorities for routine check-ups and other chronic diseases in a quandary. Amidst rising fears of disease infectivity from contaminated surfaces, people have turned their dependency on technology. Technology powered virtual consultation has stepped up into the spotlight aiding healthcare provider organizations, doctors, and patients with digital consultations aired at the safe environs of a hospital/clinic straight to a patient’s home.

Read More...

Is Virtual Consultation Safer than a Physical Doctor Visit to Fight Coronavirus?

Coronavirus has led to widespread global panic across the world. Massive lockdowns, stringent preventive measures and social distancing have given way to uncertainty and global panic. Medicare is no exception, for chronic and non-chronic diseases people are increasingly getting scared to visit their doctors for the fear of contracting the infection while they travel or sit at the clinic waiting for their turn.

Read More...

Fighting Coronavirus with Virtual Healthcare, Telemedicine Technology, and Digital Consultation

Digital Consultation over the phone or video conferencing has been around for a long time now, the recent COVID-19 outbreak has led to a tremendous increase in the popularity of telemedicine technology. The adoption of virtual healthcare has catapulted since the outbreak of Coronavirus and preventive lockdown measures announced by governments across the world.

Read More...

How Does Social Distancing Protect you From Coronavirus Pandemic?

Coronavirus pandemic has made almost the entire world stay at home, in a lockdown, and practice stringent social distancing measures. Social distancing has been mandated by governments to slow down the transmission rate of COVID-19. Health authorities point that Coronavirus can mitigate the infectivity rate, easing the tremendous burden on the health care infrastructure.

Read More...

Coronavirus Impact- Has COVID-19 Changed our Lifestyle for Good?

With over 3 million infected cases, Coronavirus is a global threat spreading like a wildfire and taken the world by storm. The pandemic has changed our life’s too, shut-downs, stringent social distancing measures, self-isolation, facemasks, and work from home becoming the new normal. The impact of these lifestyle changes bought by the deadly virus will be felt for years to come.

Read More...

COVID-19 Reinfection Scare – Can the Coronavirus Attack Twice?

The deadly Coronavirus pandemic has infected over a million people across the world, engaging researchers debating over its reinfection and reactivation probabilities. Reinfection is a possibility that the COVID-19 virus can re-attack those who have been cured. While Reactivation is the re-evolution of the virus in areas where it has been wiped off. Since the coronavirus is still evolving, it has shown signs of re-infection in some cases reported in South Korea. This has left researchers and public health authorities’ study about the re-infection scare as it is still under study how the human immune system responds to SARS-CoV-2 virus.

Read More...

Coronavirus Safety Tips for Liver Cirrhosis and Liver Transplant Patients

Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2, or SARS-CoV-2 shares a similar genome sequence with its earlier cousin namely the SARS-CoV and Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) by 82% and 50% respectively. Liver impairment is a common condition detected in patients who have tested SARS-CoV or MERS-CoV positive. In SARS-CoV liver impairment is reported among a staggering 60% of patients.

Read More...

Addressing Diarrhoea and Gastrointestinal Disorders as a Coronavirus Sign

Diarrhoea accompanied with COVID-19 lasting for about five days on an average is an early symptom of the Coronavirus pandemic. Though gastrointestinal problems like appetite loss, abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting can be taken as a sign of digestive illness, they are recognised as one of many COVID-19 symptoms. Gastrointestinal disorders and digestive symptoms are common signs among half of the patients hospitalized with Coronavirus. Thus, it is important to recognize digestive problems can also be related to the Coronavirus infection.

Read More...

Coronavirus Protection Essentials- How to Use, Re-Use, and Dispose Face Masks?

The number of those infected by the Coronavirus pandemic continues to surge every hour, causing a global uproar. To mitigate the risk of COVID-19 virus contamination, Governments and regulatory agencies adapt to the nonpharmacological steps mandating the use of masks to contain the Coronavirus infectivity.

Read More...

Why Should You Care for Food Safety During the Coronavirus Outbreak?

The pace at which Coronavirus transmits has made everyone wonder, how it has spread like a wildfire. There exist unanswered questions, like does the COVID-19 virus transmit through food, what food safety precautions must be taken at the grocery stores or the kitchen?

Read More...

How to Prepare for Digital Healthcare and Telemedicine Doctor Consultation During COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has made a regular check-up visit to the doctor not just risky but also fearful with the high chance of COVID-19 contamination. The COVID-19 pandemic is accelerating the transition to a new model that aims to a safe Digital consultation and harnesses the benefits of digital and data technologies.

Read More...

Wearing Contact Lens Increases the Risk of Coronavirus Infection?

An estimated 140 million people worldwide use contact lenses as a highly effective form of vision correction. Those who wear contact lenses are aware that these lenses may cause eye irritation, resulting in users to frequently touch their eyes and the face. This puts them at a higher risk of acquiring the infection. COVID-19 virus transmits through droplet transmission from the infected person. These droplets enter a healthy person through a mucous membrane like eyes, by frequent touching and changing the contact lens.

Read More...

Pregnancy Care During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Pregnancy is an exciting journey for expecting parents and their families. If you are one of them, there is no doubt you will have concerns about the ongoing Coronavirus infection and if it will affect the baby while you are pregnant.

Read More...

Stability and Infectivity of SARS-CoV-2 Virus in Different Temperatures & Surfaces

Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2 or COVID-19) is categorized as a global pandemic, with over 2 million casualties reported world-wide till date. The incubation period of the virus has been studied by different scholars across the world for the greater benefit of humanity. In a research report published in the Lancet Microbe, the Stability of SARS-CoV-2 in different environmental conditions is highlighted by researchers from the School of Public Health, LKS Faculty of Medicine, University of Hong Kong.

Read More...

Coronavirus High Risk Group- Watch out for Weight Gain, High BMI, and Obesity

Obesity-related conditions seem to worsen the effect of COVID-19, particularly among younger patients below 60 years. High BMI, a key indicator of obesity is identified as a high epidemiologic risk contributing to increased COVID-19 morbidity rates.

Read More...

How to Battle Cancer During the Coronavirus Pandemic

The Coronavirus pandemic can have a disastrous effect on cancer patients undergoing stringent medical treatment. Cancer patients battling different stages of this deadly disease might feel worried about COVID-19. A report from the WHO-China Joint Mission on Coronavirus Disease indicates that in China, as of 20th. February 7.6% of patients with confirmed COVID-19 results had cancer as a comorbid condition.

Read More...

Caring for the Heart- Cardiovascular Disease Precautions During COVID-19

Cardiovascular disease, such as Congenital heart disease, Coronary artery disease, Heart muscle disease is a leading cause of death across the world. The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) account for over 25% of all annual medical deaths worldwide.

Read More...

Lung Inflammation and Asthma Care – Precautions to Be Taken During COVID-19

The deadly SARS-CoV-2 virus, behind the COVID-19 pandemic, primarily affects the functioning of the respiratory system. It infects the upper or lower part of the respiratory tract including the nose, throat, and lungs and irritates the respiratory lining causing inflammation.

Read More...

Diabetes and High Sugar? What Precautions Diabetic Patient Must Take During COVID-19

COVID-19 infection is a double challenge for diabetic patients. Sugar diabetes is a high-risk factor increasing the chances of hospitalization and mortality rates among diabetic patients who catch the COVID-19. In a study conducted among 52 COVID-19 ICU admitted patients found that diabetes was an existing precondition in 22% of the 32 non-survivors. Studies show Coronavirus mortality rates are about threefold times higher among diabetic patients when compared with the general mortality rates in China.

Read More...

High Blood Pressure Care- Precautions to Be Taken During COVID-19

On average, nearly two-thirds of people over 60 have high blood pressure, a condition which could raise their risk of experiencing severe complications from COVID-19 if contracted. Older people and people with pre-existing medical comorbidities (such as high BP, and cardiovascular disease) appear to be more vulnerable to becoming severely ill with the COVID-19 virus.

Read More...

10 Tips to Achieve Healthy Work-Life Balance With Work From Home

The novel coronavirus pandemic has bought tougher measures for all of us. Widespread lockdowns implemented across the world has led to uncertainties and stress. Work from home has become the new normal. Almost all the companies (with an exception of emergency services) world-wide have implemented voluntary or mandatory work from home policies. Work from home means most of us are dealing (for the first time) with an unusual challenge of full-time work from home (WFH).

Read More...

De-Stress during Lockdown

While many of you may be utilizing this Lockdown to catch up on the much needed and way overdue family time, not everyone is getting to do that. There is a huge number of people who are trapped alone, away from their families and this Lockdown is turning out to be a very anxious time for them. This lockdown has thrown various types of challenges which not everyone is equipped to handle. Especially the ability to deal with stress revolving around these uncertain times. Let us unite at the face of adversity and sail through these tough times together. Here are a few places that you can make a difference.

Read More...

Coronavirus Effect-Are You Suffering From Lower Back Pain & Neck Pain During WFH?

Coronavirus has made most of us work from home. For many of us, this experience is completely a new situation. Adjusting to this new way of working may still be tough for many, add to it, uncomfortable postures in the absence of proper desk tables which we are accustomed to- in our offices.

Read More...

Can Meditation reduce the Stress of Self-Isolation?

Self-isolation has changed the way we conduct our lives causing anxiousness, uncertainty and stress. For many of us lockdown is new and a bolt out of blue. As we live in self-isolation have you ever wondered that there are individuals who voluntarily embrace self-isolation?

Read More...

How to Successfully Work from Home with Kid in the Coronavirus Crisis

COVID-19 has brought unique challenges to our everyday lives, social isolation, uncertainty and anxiety to cope up with. Add to that the pressure of working from home in uncomfortable workspaces, juggling between household and office work especially when the rest of the family is at home can be daunting. As businesses have shifted most of the office staff to work from home, WFH can be a tough task with kids demanding your time and attention.

Read More...

Coronavirus Stress- How to relieve Anxiety and Calm your Mind during COVID-19

The uncertainty and fear surrounding COVID-19 multiplies as new cases are being detected and quarantined each day. Coronavirus has made watching news increasingly stressful gripping nations worldwide into an unprecedented lockdown and citizens across nationalities practice stringent social distancing measures. Though social distancing and self-isolation is the key to mitigate the COVID spread, it can be stressful to stay at home with fear and uncertainty about the future.

Read More...

How important is Balanced Diet, Regular Exercise and Immunity to Fight Coronavirus Crisis?

Strong immunity is critical to fighting against the ongoing Coronavirus crisis. In the absence of preventive and prescriptive medicines, and an exponential increase in the number of cases, our immune system is our body’s first line of defense to fight the deadly COVID-19 virus and other harmful invaders.

Read More...

Precautionary Measures for Kidney Patients on Dialysis During COVID-19

Kidney patients on dialysis are one of the most vulnerable group’s susceptible COVID-19, an infectious pandemic disease caused by the novel Coronavirus (SARS CoV-2). COVID-19 may cause high morbidity among the senior citizens and patients with associated comorbidities. Chronic Kidney Disease Stage-5 (CKD-5) patients on dialysis are one of the most critically vulnerable groups who need to take extra precautionary measures to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

Read More...

Tuberculosis (TB) is as deadly as CODVID-19, be safe on this World Tuberculosis Day

Tuberculosis (TB) has infected every country of the world and is the leading cause of infectious death worldwide. Tuberculosis is a deadly airborne disease which affects the lungs and spreads when the carrier (infected person) coughs or sneezes.

Read More...

Virus attack on Economy

As the Covid-19 brings the normal everyday life to a grinding halt, what would its implications be in the long run? The unprecedented lockdown has not only thrown the everyday routine into a topsy-turvy circus but is threatening to cause damages that may end up beyond repair.

Read More...

Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Infection- Breaking the myths

As everyone speaks about the deadly Coronavirus, misinformation has raised to deadly myths that have spread in conjunction with the outbreak.

Read More...

Follow Don'ts to protect yourself from Corona Virus | GigaDocs


Coping Coronavirus Pandemic with E-Healthcare- How to Prepare Senior Citizens for Virtual Consultation?

As the lockdown restrictions ease, the situation around the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) changes rapidly. The key to well-being is to stay informed and follow safe hygiene measures to protect yourself and those around you especially the kids and the senior citizens.

Read More...

Every Flu is not Coronavirus- Addressing Seasonal Influenza & Infectious Diseases with Virtual Consultation

COVID-19 pandemic infecting millions worldwide can be increasingly challenging for healthcare providers who on priority are addressing to the calls of Coronavirus infected patients. Add to it the ongoing seasonal Flu season that usually leads to a spike in face to face consultations. To curb the cold & flu rush, medical providers are turning to telemedicine to diagnose and treat patients remotely through technology-aided virtual consultation.

Read More...

Fighting Coronavirus- Online Video Doctor Consultation or Telephone Consultation Which One you Should Choose?

The current COVID-19 pandemic with over 4 million active cases has rapidly altered general healthcare practices changing the way health-care is accessed and delivered to ensure coronavirus infectivity is restricted to a minimum. One of these changes is increasing the ability for general practice consultations to be conducted via telehealth consultation (Phone Consult), or as a Virtual Consultation (Video Consultant).

Read More...

E-Healthcare & Virtual Consultation- Services Offered and Service Delivery Methods

Virtual Consultation has redefined healthcare as an effective way to alleviate the ongoing strain on hospitals battling with the Coronavirus pandemic. Telemedicine offers a safe digital consultation to patients at the comfort of their homes through a secure video or phone format.

Read More...

Is Virtual Consultation Safer than a Physical Doctor Visit to Fight Coronavirus?

Coronavirus has led to widespread global panic across the world. Massive lockdowns, stringent preventive measures and social distancing have given way to uncertainty and global panic. Medicare is no exception, for chronic and non-chronic diseases people are increasingly getting scared to visit their doctors for the fear of contracting the infection while they travel or sit at the clinic waiting for their turn.

Read More...

How Does Social Distancing Protect you From Coronavirus Pandemic?

Coronavirus pandemic has made almost the entire world stay at home, in a lockdown, and practice stringent social distancing measures. Social distancing has been mandated by governments to slow down the transmission rate of COVID-19. Health authorities point that Coronavirus can mitigate the infectivity rate, easing the tremendous burden on the health care infrastructure.

Read More...

COVID-19 Reinfection Scare – Can the Coronavirus Attack Twice?

The deadly Coronavirus pandemic has infected over a million people across the world, engaging researchers debating over its reinfection and reactivation probabilities. Reinfection is a possibility that the COVID-19 virus can re-attack those who have been cured. While Reactivation is the re-evolution of the virus in areas where it has been wiped off. Since the coronavirus is still evolving, it has shown signs of re-infection in some cases reported in South Korea. This has left researchers and public health authorities’ study about the re-infection scare as it is still under study how the human immune system responds to SARS-CoV-2 virus.

Read More...

Addressing Diarrhoea and Gastrointestinal Disorders as a Coronavirus Sign

Diarrhoea accompanied with COVID-19 lasting for about five days on an average is an early symptom of the Coronavirus pandemic. Though gastrointestinal problems like appetite loss, abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting can be taken as a sign of digestive illness, they are recognised as one of many COVID-19 symptoms. Gastrointestinal disorders and digestive symptoms are common signs among half of the patients hospitalized with Coronavirus. Thus, it is important to recognize digestive problems can also be related to the Coronavirus infection.

Read More...

Why Should You Care for Food Safety During the Coronavirus Outbreak?

The pace at which Coronavirus transmits has made everyone wonder, how it has spread like a wildfire. There exist unanswered questions, like does the COVID-19 virus transmit through food, what food safety precautions must be taken at the grocery stores or the kitchen?

Read More...

Wearing Contact Lens Increases the Risk of Coronavirus Infection?

An estimated 140 million people worldwide use contact lenses as a highly effective form of vision correction. Those who wear contact lenses are aware that these lenses may cause eye irritation, resulting in users to frequently touch their eyes and the face. This puts them at a higher risk of acquiring the infection. COVID-19 virus transmits through droplet transmission from the infected person. These droplets enter a healthy person through a mucous membrane like eyes, by frequent touching and changing the contact lens.

Read More...

Stability and Infectivity of SARS-CoV-2 Virus in Different Temperatures & Surfaces

Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2 or COVID-19) is categorized as a global pandemic, with over 2 million casualties reported world-wide till date. The incubation period of the virus has been studied by different scholars across the world for the greater benefit of humanity. In a research report published in the Lancet Microbe, the Stability of SARS-CoV-2 in different environmental conditions is highlighted by researchers from the School of Public Health, LKS Faculty of Medicine, University of Hong Kong.

Read More...

How to Battle Cancer During the Coronavirus Pandemic

The Coronavirus pandemic can have a disastrous effect on cancer patients undergoing stringent medical treatment. Cancer patients battling different stages of this deadly disease might feel worried about COVID-19. A report from the WHO-China Joint Mission on Coronavirus Disease indicates that in China, as of 20th. February 7.6% of patients with confirmed COVID-19 results had cancer as a comorbid condition.

Read More...

Lung Inflammation and Asthma Care – Precautions to Be Taken During COVID-19

The deadly SARS-CoV-2 virus, behind the COVID-19 pandemic, primarily affects the functioning of the respiratory system. It infects the upper or lower part of the respiratory tract including the nose, throat, and lungs and irritates the respiratory lining causing inflammation.

Read More...

High Blood Pressure Care- Precautions to Be Taken During COVID-19

On average, nearly two-thirds of people over 60 have high blood pressure, a condition which could raise their risk of experiencing severe complications from COVID-19 if contracted. Older people and people with pre-existing medical comorbidities (such as high BP, and cardiovascular disease) appear to be more vulnerable to becoming severely ill with the COVID-19 virus.

Read More...

10 Tips to Achieve Healthy Work-Life Balance With Work From Home

The novel coronavirus pandemic has bought tougher measures for all of us. Widespread lockdowns implemented across the world has led to uncertainties and stress. Work from home has become the new normal. Almost all the companies (with an exception of emergency services) world-wide have implemented voluntary or mandatory work from home policies. Work from home means most of us are dealing (for the first time) with an unusual challenge of full-time work from home (WFH).

Read More...

De-Stress during Lockdown

While many of you may be utilizing this Lockdown to catch up on the much needed and way overdue family time, not everyone is getting to do that. There is a huge number of people who are trapped alone, away from their families and this Lockdown is turning out to be a very anxious time for them. This lockdown has thrown various types of challenges which not everyone is equipped to handle. Especially the ability to deal with stress revolving around these uncertain times. Let us unite at the face of adversity and sail through these tough times together. Here are a few places that you can make a difference.

Read More...

Coronavirus Effect-Are You Suffering From Lower Back Pain & Neck Pain During WFH?

Coronavirus has made most of us work from home. For many of us, this experience is completely a new situation. Adjusting to this new way of working may still be tough for many, add to it, uncomfortable postures in the absence of proper desk tables which we are accustomed to- in our offices.

Read More...

Precautionary Measures for Kidney Patients on Dialysis During COVID-19

Kidney patients on dialysis are one of the most vulnerable group’s susceptible COVID-19, an infectious pandemic disease caused by the novel Coronavirus (SARS CoV-2). COVID-19 may cause high morbidity among the senior citizens and patients with associated comorbidities. Chronic Kidney Disease Stage-5 (CKD-5) patients on dialysis are one of the most critically vulnerable groups who need to take extra precautionary measures to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

Read More...

Tuberculosis (TB) is as deadly as CODVID-19, be safe on this World Tuberculosis Day

Tuberculosis (TB) has infected every country of the world and is the leading cause of infectious death worldwide. Tuberculosis is a deadly airborne disease which affects the lungs and spreads when the carrier (infected person) coughs or sneezes.

Read More...