PANCHKULA: Dr. Rajiv Trehan, retired as in-fee of the psychiatric and de-addiction ward from Government Hospital, Sector 6, Panchkula, is now training privately and runs a psychiatric and de-dependency clinic in Sector 12, Panchkula.
When asked about the national protest by doctors over the attack on medical doctors, Dr. Trehan said: “A health practitioner’s essential purpose is to provide the fine facility to patients. Sometimes, due to the painting burden, mainly at government hospitals, doctors can’t see all the patients, but it’s far constantly their priority to see emergency sufferers first.”
On asking about the country-wide protest, he says: “The whole protest during the country changed into most effective to spread cognizance most of the public to not attack medical doctors and to apprehend their scenario. A doctor’s activity says that he has to paintings to store human life by giving their excellent,” he added.
While giving a message to the public on Doctor’s Day, Dr. Trehan stated: “Looking for emotional health is important these days. Staying mentally wholesome has to be one’s precedence for a wholesome lifestyle in this busy world.”
CHANDIGARH: Age isn’t always a bar for Dr. Kala Vashisht, a well-known gynecologist in Chandigarh. At seventy-eight, she continues to be active in her career. According to her, one needs to sit down idle in no way.
Retired as the top of the gynecology department on the PGI, Dr. Kala is a suggestion to many due to how she takes existence. A satisfied-going individual, she is a homemade woman who enjoys operating for the people. She is continually prepared to help those in need and regularly treats financially vulnerable patients at no cost.
A canine lover, Dr. Kala also likes to work for stray animals.
She gives credit to her dad and mom when she requests her accomplishments.
“I misplaced my parents for a long time in my lower back. They are my idea. We are three sisters, and my dad and mom never complained. They usually inspired me to do something I desired to do in my life. I studied tough because the first days getting admission to PGI were hard, and my difficult paintings paid off,” she smiles, patting her dog Sheru, her bodyguard.
The current incident of an attack on a medical doctor in West Bengal saddens her.
She says: “We are not God. We also are humans. We do our best to save a patient’s life. But, not anything can be finished against God’s desires. Whatever occurred in West Bengal is unfortunate. The authorities must work to guard medical doctors and amend laws. Such incidents are on the upward thrust and must be stopped.”
CHANDIGARH: Prof Anil Bhansali has served in the endocrinology branch of PGI for the last three decades. He was awarded the distinguished Dr. B C Roy National Award in the ‘Eminent Medical Teacher’ class, which was given with the aid of the Medical Council of India (MCI) for 12 months in 2017.
PGI is known for handling the very best footfall of sufferers. Prof Bhansali feels a physician should be an awesome communicator to control sufferers efficaciously.
He is thought to all of the resident docs running below him as he arranges for funds for sufferers who are unable to seek remedy because of economic crisis.
Though Prof Bhansali is unassuming and does not talk about it, he feels it’s miles his duty to help sufferers in some feasible way. However, Prof Bhansali thinks the interplay with patients has deteriorated because of the lack of first-class medical training. Consequently, there has been a decline in physician-patient dating. “I had never heard of any violent incident in the authorities’ sanatorium. I remember even as I was in my past due to the 20s, there was vandalism in a private nursing home in Bharatpur, Rajasthan. But in recent times, this violence is rampant all through,” he stated.
Dr. Bhansali has pioneered an effective answer for type 2 diabetes through a stem cell transplantation approach. He said the latest incidents of violence against docs had been specifically due to 3 principal factors. “The patient-health practitioner ratio is skewed with the rise within the population. Secondly, patients have emerged as greater worrying, and thirdly, there is less interplay among doctors and sufferers,” he said. He stated: “There has been a decline in determination towards patients.”
“There are not many specialists in the course of the night time on the emergency everywhere. Everything is left to resident medical doctors who rely on their seniors. Consultants have to be posted at night,” he said.