Dr Sandeep Nayak
There is always someone who charges less.
Recently I saw this image circulated on social media which compared the workmanship of two paintings. I realised how true it is even in surgical field! I couldn’t resist writing this blog to convey my thoughts. This in no ways says my work is better…
Shortcomings of Teleconsultation or Video Online Consultation.
In the situation that has arisen because of the COVID19 pandemic, we have reached a stage where teleconsultations have become an unavoidable reality. Many people don’t understand why doctors are reluctant to use teleconsultations. Neophobia, the fear of new things, does exit in medical field…
What is More Dangerous: Tobacco or COVID19?
By Guest Author: Dr V Sreekanth Reddy. MBBS, MS, MCh(Surgical Oncology) Edited by: Dr Sandeep Nayak We heard a lot about the problems people are facing with COVID-19 and suddenly every1 became aware of their health.As the number of cases are increasing and death toll is…
When Problems Can’t Wait: Symptoms that Cannot be Ignored
Medical emergency can be defined as a sudden unexpected occurrence of circumstances like changes in physical or mental status, or a new symptom, such as severe pain, that affects a person’s well-being and demands immediate action. It can happen for many reasons including cancer.
YOU STAY HOME, AS WE ARE WORKING.
Yesterday, I told son of one of my patients who needs ICU care to reduce being in the hospital. I told him to stay at home, we will take care of your father. We will call you if needed. We will do all that is needed.
The applies to OPD patients.
Please reduce the expossure of people as much as possible.
Forbes India- Leaders in Healthcare:
ONE MAN’S QUEST FOR BETTER
TREATMENT FOR CANCER
I am happy to have made it to the Forbes India – Leader in Heathcare issue. I am happy to have got this recognition. I am sharing the download link for the article and few exerpts of the article.
A few questions on cancer treatment that haunt us…..
There are many things that we want to know about cancer treatment and we don’t know where to look for. The questions are simple, but, answers are not so! Here are a few of them!
Challenges in Implementing Robotic & Laparoscopic Surgery for Cancer
Any new technology is accepted only with resistance. The same has happened to robotic & laparoscopy for cancer. Though it is proven to be equal it will take years before capacity building is complete. #robotic #cancers #drsandeepnayak #surgery #oncology #health