Blog - VIMS


Trauma Care
What happens if someone walking along ITPL road near Kadugodi Tree Park, early in the morning is severely hit by a passing vehicle? Our immediate response is to call for an Ambulance.  With the Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre in Whitefield, the trauma experienced by the victim could be addressed immediately. Every minute matters during such an emergency. These kinds of incidents happen frequently around us. According to the National Health...
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Anxiety and Depression
Do you feel like your anxiety and depression issues are flaring up? Or do you lack enthusiasm for once-fun hobbies or feel disheartened, despondent, restless, or overwhelmed? If you are experiencing any of these destructive emotions, it’s time to seek the help of a medical professional.  Two of the most prevalent mental health conditions that affect people on a regular basis are anxiety and depression. Anxiety disorders are thought to impact about...
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Consequences of Air Pollution on Human Health
Air Pollution Air Pollution in today’s world makes it difficult for us to breathe pure, clean air. Strangely, we are now on a quest to look for a planet similar to earth despite the fact that ours is said to be the only planet where living things can live. Because of the numerous human activities carried out in the name of development since the industrial revolution of the 19th century,...
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Sleeping Disorder
Do you get a good night’s sleep? Do you wake up feeling fresh and active? Or is it quite the opposite? Most people in today’s age of technological evolution are losing their connection to sleep. Staying awake for long hours, falling asleep at work or school, or feeling tired and irritated throughout the day are becoming increasingly common phenomena. This can affect physical and mental health in the long run....
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Lungs Infection
A human can survive three weeks without food, three days without water, and only three minutes without air. The ability to breathe is thus of utmost importance, making the lungs an indispensable part of the human body. The lungs are a pair of inverted-pyramid-shaped spongy, air-filled organs on either side of the chest. It helps transport oxygen to all body parts and filters out harmful carbon dioxide, keeping the body...
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