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Dr K K Aggarwal

If you hate somebody, it means you have a lot of time to waste

By Dr K K Aggarwal
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If you hate somebody, it only means that you have lot of meaningless time to spare. If you are busy and live in the present, you cannot think of the past or the future.

There is a well-known saying in Vedanta that you cannot hate strangers, you only can hate somebody whom you loved and withdrawal of love is what hatred is.

Love and hate, therefore, are the two sides of the same coin. You cannot have both. You need to make an effort to hate somebody but love is always spontaneous. It is not true that if you love somebody, it means that you have a lot of time to spare. Love comes from the heart and not from the mind or the intellect.

(Disclaimer: The views expressed in this write up are my own).

Live In The Present And Take Hints

By Dr K K Aggarwal
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You can only take hints if you live in the present. When JCI inspection team concluded their inspection at Moolchand Hospital they said we can not tell you about the results of inspection whether or not we are going to re recognize you or not. Its the US higher ups how will decide after ten days. His last remarks wee ” thanks for inviting us at the hospital We will re see you i three years. And that was the hint which came from their mouth that which meant that the hospital has cleared the re accreditation exam. If you live in the presence you can pick up the signals of the nature. The truth always speaks. You can sense the positive or negative aura of the person with whom you are talking. If you are thinking of the past or the future you will miss the signals. When a doctor comes out of the operation theater, his very first facial expression decides about the surgery results.

ECG can be a marker for future sudden cardiac death

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All school children enrolling for competitive games should have their ECG done.

Padma Shri & Dr. B C Roy National Awardee, Dr. K K Aggarwal, President Heart Care Foundation of India, said that routine ECG, if read correctly, can be used as a marker for sudden cardiac death, especially in children.

Dr. Aggarwal who is also Senior vice President, Indian Medical Association, said that all children being recruited for competitive sports should have their resting ECG done. ECG consists of wave which need to be interpreted by the doctors.

The Width of the wave called QRS duration is something which can be picked up even by inexperienced doctors and  nurses. A QRS width duration of more than 120 micro seconds in adults and 100 micro seconds in children 4-16 years and more than 90 micro seconds in children less than 4 years of age should warrant a specialized opinion.

Any heart rate of less than 60 or more than 100 per minute should also warrant, a further evaluation, especially if it is associated with wide QRS duration, as mentioned above. The heart rhythm should be regular and any irregularity should be evaluated.

Missing beats is a common occurrence but if a person misses his beat on exercise, it may be a sign of underlying heart blockages. In children, one should also look for QT prolongation in the ECG and if it is prolonged, it is a matter of concern.