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PostPosted: Sun Sep 30, 2012 9:26 am 
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I think, new ROB comes up in north side of existing ROB... But there is a chance for RUB for providing free way to periyar Nagar.. might be just infront of this new hospital...I noticed many times, but didnot take picture of this building..


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 30, 2012 9:18 am 
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Siva will that place not go into acquisition when the ROB is widened ?


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 30, 2012 9:14 am 
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Niranjan wrote:
Good updates siva,

r u talking about this u/c building?

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thank you sir :D


no sir, that building in picture is a mystery . it has 3 complexes side by side and i enquired them what is it . they told to come after 3 months to know what is it.
surely it cannot be an apartment as its infra is not like that.

GVN is under construction exactly next to chinthamani supermarket ( just before the overbridge) in mambala salai.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 30, 2012 9:03 am 
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Good updates siva,

r u talking about this u/c building?

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 30, 2012 12:12 am 
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hi friends, another multispeciality hospital in trichy


GVN MULTISPECIALITY HOSPITAL
-------------- tamil nadu famous and one of the largest the gvn group of hospitals at trichy singarratopu and babu road noted for its
cancer centre---------going to open 100 bedded multispeciality hospital at MAMBALASALI in the month of march --------5 floors -----construction at full swing


it is very delighted and nice to see so many (mushroom growth) number of multispeciality hospitals ranging from 30 bed to 300 bed are coming in large numbers at almost nook and corner of the city. :D

this shows the growing awesome potential of trichy as destioned medical hub :D :D

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Event to educate students on making healthy lifestyle choices

How often are young people a part of the debate on health issues, particularly on lifestyle related disorders like obesity, diabetes and hypertension that have crept into our everyday lexicon? Perceived to be in the acme of life and enjoying the bounty of health, youth and adolescents are seldom the target of health initiatives.

But with the rise of non-communicable diseases in recent years, ‘catch them young’ has been the catchphrase to rein in lifestyle related diseases. Conceived along this line of thought is ‘Youth Health Mela 2012’, an initiative by a consortium of organisations, directed exclusively at young people in schools, colleges and corporate organizations.

Model food court

The initiative carried out under the aegis of V.Shantha, chairman, Cancer Institute, Adyar,is taking root in Tiruchi after its launch in Chennai as a five-day event, earlier this year, in February.

Spread over three days, interactive stalls, debates, symposiums, academic sessions and contests are arranged to educate youth on making healthy lifestyle choices a way of life, right from an early age.

A model food court is set to offer guidance on nutritional choices appropriate to age and development.

The key areas of focus will be substance abuse, nutrition and diet, fitness and exercise, personal and environmental hygiene, according to Arun Seshachalam, event secretary and director, comprehensive cancer care network. V.Jaypal, chairman, GVN hospital, is president and M.Chenniappan, cardiologist is vice-president of the organising committee.

The event will take place at K.A.P.Viswanatham Higher Secondary School between September 28 and 30. Visit youthhealthmela.in for more details. The Hindu is the print media partner of the Youth Mela.

Youth Health Mela Trichy 2012 Date : 27th to 29th September 2012 details @ http://youthhealthmela.in/activites1.html


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Works on Rs.100 crore super specialty centre commence

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Proposal to establish centre announced by Chief Minister in August 2011

A super specialty government treating centre in the district providing low cost quality healthcare has been a long-felt but elusive need. Work has just commenced on the Rs.100-crore worth super specialty centre to come up as a seven-storey structure at the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Government Hospital here.

The proposal to establish the centre at Tiruchi GH attached to K.A.P.Viswanatham Government Medical College was announced by the Chief Minister in August 2011. The centre would be established as 300-bed block housing 10 super speciality departments including cardiology, cardiothoracic surgery, neurology, neurosurgery, nephrology, urology, plastic surgery, paediatric surgery, and medical and surgical gastroenterology.

According to Public Works Department sources who spoke to The Hindu , the centre would come up as a ground plus six floor structure covering an area of approximately 3-lakh square feet. The estimated cost of construction is Rs.53.97 crore. Subsequent to the government order issued in January 2012 sanctioning funds, the medical works department of PWD has taken up the construction work. The contract work was assigned to a Namakkal-based developer. The tentative date of completion has been fixed at May 2014, but sources say work would be completed much earlier.

Health minster V.S.Vijay inspected the site in August but construction was delayed due to various reasons including the location being close to the mortuary. A high-rise wall would be erected between the mortuary and the new buildings. A direct entrance from the main road linking both the super specialty centre and the maternity and child welfare centre was nearing completion, Dean, A.Karthikeyan, told The Hindu . More than ten structures are said to have been demolished for the new centre. The upgrade of the institution has been deferred in the past. A host of political bodies and consumer activists have been taking up the cause repeatedly. A Rs.100-crore Central government project to upgrade the hospital on a par with All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi, was moved to Salem.


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Patient-friendly angioplasty introduced

Transradial angioplasty, a reportedly patient-friendly cardiac procedure to clear blocks in arteries carrying blood to the heart, was introduced at a city hospital recently.

In this procedure, access to the heart is through an artery in the wrist and not the thigh as in conventional angioplasty treatment.

The procedure was performed at Kauvery Hosptial, Tennur, by senior interventional cardiologist Senthilkumar Nallusamy and interventional cardiologist N.Arunkumar.

A heart attack occurs when a block is formed in the arteries conveying blood to the heart due to deposition of fat or cholesterol. With the help of live clips and animated videos, Dr.Senthilkumar explained coronary angioplasty restores blood flow to heart muscle by opening or clearing the block.

A catheter bearing a balloon is inserted, which when inflated, opens the block. A mesh like stent is embedded to prevent further narrowing of the artery.

While conventional angioplasty introduces the catheter through the femoral artery in the leg, the radial artery in wrist is the primary access point in the case of transradial procedure.

Conventional angioplasty may require patient to be immobile and lie flat for around 24 hours, said Dr.Senthilkumar. But transradial procedure provides greater comfort to patient allowing him to walk on the same day if the condition is stable.

There is minimal difference cost-wise between both types of angioplasty procedures that lasts around 30 to 45 minutes, he added.

Transradial angioplasty also ensures lesser bleeding complications and is particularly effective in obese patients, said Dr.Arun Kumar. The cost of the procedure ranges between Rs.1 to 1.5 lakh depending on the type of stent used that can either be bare metal or drug coated.

With the bare metal stent procedure covered under the Chief Minister’s Insurance Scheme, benefits of transradial angioplasty can also be accessed by economically weaker sections.


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N.R.Sivapathy, Minister for Education, Sports and Youth Welfare, inaugurated the 100-bedded exclusive cardiac care centre, ‘Kauvery Heartcity’, here on Sunday.

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Dedicating the Rs.40-crore worth new facility to the city, S.Chandrakumar, director, Kauvery Hosptials, attributed the success of the hospital group to the team for specialists.

From a cardiac wing at Tennur in 2004 to an exclusive centre, the hospital’s growth has spanned more than 3,000 angioplasty and 1,000 bypass procedures, said cardio thoracic surgeon T.K.Senthilkumar.

The three-storied structure with high-end operation theatres, capacity to accommodate 500 outpatients a day, and separate clinics for heart failure, hypertension, and valve replacement would provide all the services to people from Tiruchi.

More @ http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 825957.ece


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