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Doctors at Paras Bliss Hospital Panchkula Save the Life of The Mother & Baby With Specialised Tertiary Level Maternity & NICU Care

Mr Sudhir Sharma and his family can’t thank their luck enough. The addition in their family has taught them a good lesson – Opt for the best specialised care and do not ignore any abnormalities during pregnancy. The expert team of doctors at Paras Bliss Hospital Panchkula were able to save the life of the 8 month old pregnant woman and the life of the newborn through medical interventions and specialised expertise.

Kavita Sharma, 35 yrs old, was pregnant and in a medically demanding situation. Her BP was high and she was experiencing a hypertensive crisis that meant she needed immediate labour and gynaecological attention. Her high blood pressure also suggested that she had the risk of suffering from convulsions and numerous pregnancy complications. Concerned about her health, Sudhir rushed Kavita to a nearby reputed government hospital, close to their home.

The unavailability of a specialised doctor and a bed for the mother in labour, made the scenario more intense. The odds of managing the same looked slim at the already low staffed government establishment. Concerned and anxious, Sudhir contacted Paras Bliss Hospital, Panchkula – A specialised mother and child care hospital – located in Mansa Devi Complex.

The specialised and fully equipped ambulance of Paras Bliss rushed the critical expecting mother to the hospital, where the already notified team of doctors – gynaecologists, obstetricians, support nursing staff and neonatologists were ready to deal with the challenges.

Kavita was swiftly made to go through an ultrasound. The immediate assessment of the fetal medicine expert highlighted the dipping heartbeat of the baby. The test also suggested that the fluid around the baby had dried up and this was causing the blood pressure of the mother and the baby to rise. This rising blood pressure could pose to be a risk factor for the mother and the baby.

Sighting the urgent need of the situation, the team of doctors at Paras Bliss Hospital Panchkula acted swiftly and immediately moved Kavita to an intensive care unit. Intravenous drugs were given to her to control her blood pressure. A senior anaesthetist was immediate made available and she was rushed to an emergency surgery. A team of neonatologist and senior obstetricians were in the operation theatre to perform the complicated surgical intervention that included saving the life of a newborn and the mother.

After 3 hours, the surgery was successful and the Sharma’s were blessed with a son. The baby however was premature and weighed only 1 kg. He was put under intensive care under the strict observation of the neonatologists. Kavita needed few drugs post operation to settle her vitals, however she most importantly needed rest.

After 2 days, the baby and the mother were reported to be perfect and healthy. They were stated for discharge after 4 days of admission.

According to Dr Monica, Consultant Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Paras Bliss Panchkula, “Patient had come to us with diagnosis of PGR at 32 weeks POG with Chronic hypertension with superimposed PIH with impending eclampsia with prematurity with IUGR with oligohydramnios with fetaldistress. Had come because of non availability of bed/ ventilator. Immediate medical attention was needed as both the mother and baby were critical. After stabilising the patient with intravenous anti hypertensives and anti convulsants she was taken for surgery with a team of seniorobstetrician, anaesthetist andneonatologist.

Both mother and baby were monitored intensively in the post operative period. Baby needed NICU care because of prematurity and low birth weight. Finally both were discharged in a satisfactory condition.

So with complicated pregnancy you should choose a place well equipped with trained doctors and medical facilities so that no stone is left unturned in your quality care and safe delivery is conducted. Ultimately healthy baby and mother is our motto, in a friendly atmosphere.”

According to Sudhir and Kavita , “The birth of our son was an intense challenge against all odds – hospitals, medical care and emotions. We are thankful to the team at Paras Bliss Hospital for understanding our apprehensions and issues and taking full control of the situation. They were in true sense angels and problem solvers for us. We are blessed to have a child and be associated with able guidance. Our baby was born prematurely, however the team of neonatologists ensured that all challenges were addressed. Even when we go back home, we are certain that the team at Paras Bliss shall have our back. Kudos for creating an environment which in every sense delivers more for motherhood.”

International Nurses Day Celebration at Paras Bliss Hospital Panchkula – Social Impression

On May 12, 2017 Paras Bliss Hospital Panchkula celebrated International Nurses Day with Nurses, Doctors and other Hospital Staff. The event was full of amazing activities like Ramp Walk etc. Along with that there was a Cake Cutting Ceremony.

Paras Bliss Hospital New Delhi organized Free Zumba Fitness Workshop on World Dance Day – Social Impression

On April 29, 2017, Paras Bliss Hospital New Delhi conducted Free Zumba Fitness Workshop for Women of all age group at Hotel Le Cadre, New Delhi. The motive of organizing Zumba Workshop is to promote Weight Loss and Fitness.

Paras Bliss Hospital Panchkula Created an Awareness Campaign to Promote World Immunization Week – Social Impression

Paras Bliss Hospital Panchkula created an awareness campaign to promote vaccination for Children in World Immunization Week. In this Campaign patients and their parents actively participated to spread awareness about Immunization.

Paras Bliss Hospital New Delhi Created an Awareness Campaign to Promote World Immunization Week – Social Impression

Paras Bliss Hospital New Delhi created an awareness campaign to promote vaccination for Children in World Immunization Week. In this Campaign patients and their parents actively participated to spread awareness about Immunization.

25 yrs old Woman Chronic Depression Patient treated successfully at Paras Bliss Hospital, Panchkula

Sonali was a bright medical student, the top of her class and an extrovert. However something changed and she started to show signs of isolation. She refused to come out of her room, wouldn’t take a bath and became aggressive in nature. Sonali started to avoid meals and would like to sleep the entire day. She would aimlessly watch TV and browse the internet.  Her parents decided to consult a medical professional and take some advice about their daughter’s sudden change.

Sonali and her family consulted Dr Ruby Ahuja, Consultant Psychology at Paras Bliss Hospital, Panchkula. Dr Ruby specializes in women and child mental health. She has high expertise in managing mental health issues in adolescents, teenagers and women suffering from post partum depression, menopausal mood swings and menstrual stress. On consultation, Sonali shared that she would often cry herself to sleep and cry for a number of hours, for no reason.

Dr Ruby Ahuja shares, “Sonali was suffering from  Depressive Disorder. This condition is also called Dysthymia. It can be defined as a depressed mood that lasts for a long time. A person diagnosed with depressive disorder may have episodes of major depression along with periods of less severe symptoms, but symptoms must last for two years to be considered persistent depressive disorder. The signs and symptoms associated with a Depressive Disorder are:

  • Persistent sad, anxious, or “empty” mood
  • Feelings of hopelessness, or pessimism
  • Irritability
  • Feelings of guilt, worthlessness, or helplessness
  • Loss of interest or pleasure in hobbies and activities
  • Decreased energy or fatigue
  • Moving or talking more slowly
  • Feeling restless or having trouble sitting still
  • Difficulty concentrating, remembering, or making decisions
  • Difficulty sleeping, early-morning awakening, or oversleeping
  • Appetite and/or weight changes
  • Thoughts of death or suicide, or suicide attempts
  • Aches or pains, headaches, cramps, or digestive problems without a clear physical cause and/or that do not ease even with treatment

Sonali displayed all the above and to treat the same we wanted to know the root cause of the issue.”

Dr Ruby implemented Cartharsis Therapy on Sonali. This included the introspection of the past to understand the stem of the depression. Her history highlighted relationship issues. She had inability to continue relationship sand commit to them. Her feelings of hopelessness and anxiety were due to her uncertainty concerning herself. Dr Ruby started sessions of Psychotherapy with Sonali.

Dr Ruby shares, “Psychotherapy includes the treatment of mental disorder by psychological rather than medical means. It may be longer and harder to follow, however has better and long lasting results. The interactions help a psychologist understand the risk factors and the cause of the depression episodes. The common issues are personal or family history of depression, major life changes, trauma, or stress, certain physical illnesses and medications. In psychotherapy it is important to understand that no two patients are same and we need to follow a detailed and careful path while treating patients suffering from mental health issues.”

Today after 4 sessions of detailed psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, Sonali is more stable. She has joined her college, has started to reconnect with her friends and focus on her studies. Intensive counseling sessions with her parents also helped her connect and appreciate the support that surrounded her.

Cognitive behavior therapy was done which involved changing her previous habits and cognition to a newer cognition for better life-skill management. Pharmacological approach was also used so some medicines were added along with psychotherapy.

Dr Ruby shares, “Numerous women suffer from mental health issues. This disease can affect men and women of all age groups. The risk factors for mental health diseases such as Depression are many. It is important for us to be aware of the alarming signs and symptoms, so that we can help ourselves. Moreover it is also important for us to help someone who needs medical help and professional advice.”

Fear of Caring for Two Children Forces Mother into Post Partum Depression: Treated Successfully at Paras Bliss Panchkula

Sujata had everything in life. A caring family, earning and loving husband and two children. The birth of a second child completes a family, however for Sujata it meant way lot different. The 32 year old viewed the birth of her second infant as a sealing deal on her independence. Already burdened with household work and responsibilities associated with her first child, she felt trapped, anxious and confused.

Being an introvert she often had issues expressing herself and discussing her problems with her husband. On one hand the entire family was celebrating the birth of another child and inside the mother of the child felt trapped and suffocated.  Her fears started to cause physical disabilities and the effects started to become apparent. She started to doubt her capabilities and feared that she would not be able to be a fair parent to two children. She stopped caring for her second child and would often escape household work and child care duties.  Her disinterest to feed, wash and dress her second child were alarming signs for her husband, who first tried to reason with her and later decided that she did need some professional help.

Post Partum Depression – Needs Medical Attention:

Sujata and her family consulted Dr Ruby Ahuja, Consultant Psychology at Paras Bliss Hospital, Panchkula. Dr Ruby specializes in dealing with women suffering from Post Partum Depression, Menopausal Mood Swings and Post Traumatic Stress. According to Dr Ruby, “Depression is a major issue in women. Nearly 3 in every 5 women are at risk of suffering from a mental disease. It is first important for the family to understand that their loved one needs care & medical attention and secondly it is then on the patient to be motivated and determined to come out of it. On observing Sujata we realized that she was suffering from Post Partum Depression – A common occurrence in Indian women and often diagnosed due to low awareness.”

A Psychologist can treat Post Partum Depression:

Dr Ruby states that, “ The most common signs and symptoms of Post Partum Depression include insomnia, loss of appetite, intense irritability and difficulty bonding with the baby. Those who develop postpartum depression are at greater risk of developing major depression later on in life. Untreated, the condition may last months or longer. Treatment can include counseling, antidepressants or hormone therapy. For Sujata we wanted her to introspect ad reason with herself for her emotions and apprehensions. We also noticed that due to her unstable mental condition her relationship with her husband was also affected. She started to discuss suicide, which were warning bells for us.”

The Path of Recovery from Post Partum Depression:

Dr Ruby recommended couple counseling sessions along with some light medical regime for Sujata. Over the sessions, the couples opened up and her husband accepted that he could help her in her everyday duties. Sujata also regained her lost confidence and started to bond with her second child.

  1. Find the “ME” time for Sujata
  2. Taking care of diet just before feeding
  3. Taking an hour off from home and going for walk alone when her husband came from office and took charge of children
  4. Writing her emotional dairy everyday

The sessions rekindled the romance and trust that the two had in each other. Today after 3 months of close consultation and couple therapy sessions, Sujata is back to her usual self.  She is busy planning her vacation with her family.

You ask her husband how he feels, he smiles and says, “My happiness lies in Sujata’s well being. Thanks to Dr Ruby for making me understand that my wife is not just my soul mate but the mother of my children and an integral part of my life. We need to appreciate the fine things in life.”

Paras Bliss Hospital Panchkula conducted a Health Checkup Camp at Netsmartz Corporate – Social Impression

On March 27, 2017 Paras Bliss Hospital Panchkula organized a Health Checkup Camp at Netsmartz Corporate. In the Camp Dr. Shilva, Consultant – Obstetrics & Gynecology, Paras Bliss Panchkula gave health advices and examined around 42 Women.

Paras Bliss Hospital Panchkula awarded as Guest of Honour in Women Achievers Awards 2017 at Punjab University – Social Impression

On March 17, 2017 GID Planners organized Women Achiever Awards 2017 in which Paras Bliss Hospital Panchkula participated as a Health Partner & Sponsor at Punjab University. Paras Bliss Panchkula awarded as Guest of Honour in the event.

Paras Bliss Hospital Panchkula Celebrated International Women’s Day with Panchkula Women’s Club – Social Impression

On March 8 & March 9, 2017, Paras Bliss Panchkula celebrated International Women’s Day with the ladies of Panchkula Women’s Club. Experts like Dr. Monica Agarwal, Consultant Obstetrics & Gynaecology & Dr. Shilva, Consultant – Obstetrics & Gynecology gave health advices to the women.

Gang of Girls Event organized by Radio Mirchi on Women’s Day in which Paras Bliss Panchkula was a Health Partner – Social Impression

On #InternationalWomensDay i.e March 8, 2017, Radio Mirchi conducted a Gang of Girls Event in which Paras Bliss Hospital Panchkula was a Health Partner.

Women’s Day Special Health Checkup Camp conducted by Paras Bliss Panchkula at High Court – Social Impression

On International Women’s Day i.e on March 8, 2017, Paras Bliss Hospital Panchkula organized a Special Health Checkup Camp with Dr. Monica Agarwal, Consultant Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Paras Bliss Panchkula at High Court.

Paras Bliss Hospital Panchkula Celebrates 1 Year of Delivering Bundles of Joy – Social Impression

On February 14, 2017 Paras Bliss Hospital Panchkula celebrated its 1st Anniversary of delivering bundles of joy at The Lalit, Chandigarh. The celebration was attended by Dr. Shankar Narang, COO, Paras Healthcare along with all the doctors & staff. Dr Shilva was awarded as ‘Doctor of the Year’ in the event.

Flash Mob on Safe Birthing at Sukhana Lake – Paras Bliss Hospital Panchkula – Social Impression

On February 4, 2017 Paras Bliss Hospital Panchkula conducted a Flash Mob on Safe Birthing at Sukhana Lake Chandigarh. Aim of this play was to spread awareness among people about Safe Birthing and Saving the Girl Child.

Paras Bliss Hospital Panchkula organized a Health Talk on Cervical Cancer on World Cancer Day – Social Impression

On February 4, 2017 i.e on World Cancer Day Paras Bliss Hospital Panchkula conducted a Health Talk on Cervical Cancer with Dr. Monica Agarwal, Consultant Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Paras Bliss Hospital Panchkula at DC Model School, Panchkula.

Mass Zumba Session conducted by Paras Bliss Panchkula to encourage Fitness – Social Impression

On December 18, 2016 Paras Bliss Panchkula organized Mass Zumba Session to encourage fitness & healthy physical activities. Around 250 residents of Panchkula joined this Session. Presence of our Chief Guest Mr Subhash Sachdev, Head of GH Societies, Sector – 5, Panchkula added grace in the event.

Paras Bliss New Delhi and Resident Welfare Association conducted 4th Winter Carnival 2016 – Social Impression

On December 18, 2016 Paras Bliss New Delhi in association with Resident Welfare Association organized 4th Winter Carnival 2016 at Yamuna Park that included various activities like Poster Making Competition, Zumba, Health Quiz for children and Best Home Cook Competition, Tug-of-War etc. for elders.

Paras Bliss Panchkula conducted a Press Conference for Treating Premature Baby Girl by providing support through Ketto – Social Impression

On Dec 17, 2016 Paras Bliss Panchkula organized a Press Conference for Successfully Treating Premature Baby Girl by providing community support from Online Crowdfunding Platform Ketto. Co-founder & Actor Kunal Kapoor appreciated this initiative of Paras Bliss in the video conferencing.

Paras Bliss Panchkula conducted “Baby Shower- Welcome Your baby before Birth” – Social Impression

On December 10, 2016 Paras Bliss Panchkula organized “Baby Shower – Welcome Your Baby before Birth” for the expecting Ladies in which various pregnant ladies participated in several activities like Ramp Walk etc.

Paras Bliss New Delhi organized a Special Yoga Session in association with RWA – Social Impression

On November 27, 2016 Paras Bliss New Delhi organized a Special Yoga Session in association with Adarsh Vijay Gram(RWA) Regd., Sant Nagar in which people of various age group participated in the session. This Yoga Session was headed by Yog Guru SN Ratnawat.

Paras Bliss Panchkula conducted Declamation Competition on “SHE- Let’s Save the Girl Child” – Social Impression

On November 26, 2016, Paras Bliss Panchkula organized Declamation Competition of School Children on “SHE – Let’s Save the Girl Child” in which around 42 children participated in English and Hindi Category.

Diwali Celebration 2016 – Paras Bliss New Delhi – Social Impression

Paras Bliss New Delhi celebrated Diwali on October 20, 2016 at The Eros Hotel, Nehru Place in which staff and doctors gave amazing performances with their Live Band performance and Dance performance. The Diwali event became more graceful with the presence Dr Gurdeep Nagar.

Daughter’s Day – Educated Mothers Make Educated Daughters – Social Impression

On September 25, 2016 Paras Bliss, Panchkula and Paras Bliss, New Delhi organized an event on Daughter’s Day which is Educated Mothers Make Educated Daughters – #TujheySabHaiPataMeriMaa. Team of super specialists addressed all the issues that adolescents are facing nowadays. They told everyone that it is important that the mother should have the right education so that they can counsel their children.

Fetal Medicine Foundation Certified CME – Social Impression!

Paras Bliss, Panchkula hosted the Fetal Medicine Foundation Certified CME on May 29, 2016. The event was attended by around 50 doctors. Paras Bliss is the first hospital in tricity to have a dedicated Fetal Medicine Department. Doctors talked about First Trimester Scan, Biochemical Screening etc. #FetalMedicine

CME – Inutero to Exutero. Social Impression!

CME – Inutero to Exutero. Dr. Dharminder Nagar, Managing Director, Paras Healthcare addressed the audience. Doctors shared their views on mother and child care development followed by the momento presentation. Event was a great success and witnessed the participation of reputed ‪#‎Pediatricians‬, ‪#‎Neonatologists‬ ‪#‎Gynecologists‬ ‪#‎Obstetricians‬ of the ‪#‎Tricity‬

Antenatal Session for Expecting Mothers at Paras Bliss. Social Impression!

Paras Bliss conducted antenatal class for expecting mothers at Paras Bliss Panchkula. The medical experts part of the session were: Dr Nayana Pathak, Ms Neeru Verma (Yoga & Physio Expert). All mothers shared their experiences of Pregnancy. The various topics included Nutrition and Diet, Yoga, Physiotherapy and Labour Pains. To join the FREE Pregnancy Classes call : +91 7307987799. You can also fill in your details at http://goo.gl/forms/yBQBNcmdfD

What is Immunization?

Immunization is the process whereby a person is made immune or resistant to infections, typically by the administration of a vaccine. Although all the diseases may not be preventable, but large number of vaccines have been developed to provide protection against many life-threatening diseases.  Aim of immunization is to decrease the death rate among children because of these preventable infections.

How Immunization works?

By immunization we give the bacteria/virus antigens which have lost their infectivity but are still able to challenge the immune system of our body. Our immune system synthesise protective antibodies against that bacteria/virus. These antibodies act by blocking the actual bacteria and virus when child is exposed to that, thus prevents the invasion and infection by the same.

When to immunize?

Immunization starts at birth. There are many immunization schedules, so it’s better to follow up the schedule as advised by your paediatrician.

Where to get vaccination?

You can get your child vaccinated at government health centres and private clinics/hospitals where facilities to store vaccines at appropriate temperature are available. It is also always recommended that vaccination should be given to the child in a centre which is well equipped to handle allergic/anaphylaxis reaction if any.

Does Immunisation has any side effects?

As all other medicines, vaccines do have many side effects. Common side effects are mild and can be controlled with medicines. Most common side effects with any vaccine are: fever, pain, swelling at the site of injection. These are usually very mild and need only simple analgesic medication to control. Few vaccines like MMR/Varicella may be associated with rash and mild viral illness which is a self-limiting disease with no harm to the child. Serious side effect likes anaphylaxis/allergic reaction and seizures (with DPT) are very rare.

So it is better to get your child immunized against preventable infections by vaccination at well-equipped vaccination centres/hospitals under the guidance of a paediatrician without any fear of side effects.

Prenatal Session – Paras Bliss Panchkula

Paras Bliss Panchkula launched a special Prenatal Session to prepare women for Pregnancy. The session included the participation of eminent Gynecologists, Obstetricians, Yoga and Physiotherapy experts. Special Zumba classes and counselling on weight management was also given. To enroll, email us at infobliss@parashospitals.com or call us at 07307987799. Paras Bliss Panchkula launched a special Prenatal Session to prepare women for Pregnancy. The session included the participation of eminent Gynecologists, Obstetricians, Yoga and Physiotherapy experts. Special Zumba classes and counselling on weight management was also given. To enroll, email us at infobliss@parashospitals.com or call us at 07307987799.
Paras Bliss Panchkula launched a special Prenatal Session to prepare women for Pregnancy. The session included the participation of eminent Gynecologists, Obstetricians, Yoga and Physiotherapy experts. Special Zumba classes and counselling on weight management was also given. To enroll, email us at infobliss@parashospitals.com or call us at 07307987799. Paras Bliss Panchkula launched a special Prenatal Session to prepare women for Pregnancy. The session included the participation of eminent Gynecologists, Obstetricians, Yoga and Physiotherapy experts. Special Zumba classes and counselling on weight management was also given. To enroll, email us at infobliss@parashospitals.com or call us at 07307987799.

Paras Bliss Panchkula launched a special Prenatal Session to prepare women for Pregnancy. The session included the participation of eminent Gynecologists, Obstetricians, Yoga and Physiotherapy experts. Special Zumba classes and counselling on weight management was also given. To enroll, email us at infobliss@parashospitals.com or call us at 07307987799. Paras Bliss Panchkula launched a special Prenatal Session to prepare women for Pregnancy. The session included the participation of eminent Gynecologists, Obstetricians, Yoga and Physiotherapy experts. Special Zumba classes and counselling on weight management was also given. To enroll, email us at infobliss@parashospitals.com or call us at 07307987799.

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