Showing posts with label Health. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Health. Show all posts


314 New Products from TTD Ayurveda Pharmacy

 An exercise is underway to manufacture 314 new medicines from TTD Ayurveda Pharmacy in Narasingapuram soon, said TTD JEO(H&E) Smt Sada Bhargavi.

Along with the officials, the JEO inspected the expansion works of the Ayurvedic Pharmacy at Narasingapuram on Saturday evening. Speaking on this occasion she said that in the first phase, a new shed will be opened on March 31, which will be equipped with advanced machines to manufacture 10 types of medicines. 

She said the management has decided to manufacture additional 314 types of medicines to provide modern medicine to the patients. According to this, the pharmacy is being developed with Rs.5 crores, she said. She said that 30 types of medicines are currently being produced in the pharmacy. Recently 314 drug formulas have received certification from AYUSH.

JEO said that apart from providing medicines manufactured in SV Ayurveda Pharmacy to patients in TTD Ayurveda Hospital, the Ministry of AYUSH has given permission to the government to pay 50 percent of the production cost of the medicines.

Earlier, the JEO inspected the installation of new machines and the sheds constructed in the premises of the pharmacy. Various instructions were given to the officials by JEO regarding the raw materials required for the 10 types of products to be launched on 31st, as well the engineering department regarding arches, sign boards, catalog etc.

Chief Engineer Sri Nageswara Rao, SEs Sri Satyanarayana, Sri Venkateshwarlu, Ayurveda College Principal Dr. Muralikrishna, Ayurveda Hospital Superintendent Dr. Renu Dixit, Pharmacy Technical Officer Dr. Narappareddy, EE Sri Murali Krishna, DE Electrical Smt. Saraswathi participated.


Study Body Philosophy to Reach Your Goals Easily

Vaidya Jayant Yashwant Dev Pujari, the Chairman, the Commission for Indian Systems of Medicine said that if students understand their body philosophy and adopt the study method accordingly with dedication, they will be able to achieve the desired goal in an effortless manner.

Shri Vaidya Jayant Yashwant Dev Poojary, Chairman, the Commission for Indian Systems of Medicine said that if students understand their body philosophy and adopt the study method accordingly with dedication, they will be able to easily achieve the desired goal.

During his visit to SV Ayurvedic Hospital on Friday evening,  Sri Pujari has given a detailed methodology to the students on how to study Ayurveda. Explaining the superiority of Ayurveda Samhita he narrated in detail that how they contribute to the study. He said that Ayurvedic medicine is gaining popularity all over the world and added that the best results can be achieved by researching and studying them thoroughly.

He inspected all the wards in the TTD-run SV Ayurvedic college and hospital and interacted with the patients undergoing treatment. Sri Pujari lauded the services of TTD.

Ayurveda College Principal Dr. Muralikrishna, Vice Principal Dr. Sundaram, Medical Superintendent Dr. Renu Dixit, Dr. Jagadish Kumar, Dr. Srinivasa Kumar teachers and students participated in this program


Ayurveda Should Become A Compass for the World - Dr G Sateesh Reddy

The ancient medicine of Ayurveda should become a role model to the world in the field of Medicine in curing all sorts of ailments, strongly opinioned Dr G Satheesh Reddy, the Technical Adviser, Ministry of Defence.

He visited SV Ayurveda College and Hospital on Thursday. Addressing the students on this occasion, he asked them to examine the treatment methods and principles of Ayurveda through western technology and show the superiority of India with new innovations.  Students are expected to understand Ayurveda with dedication and hard work.

Earlier, he paid a visit to the various wards including Panchakarma treatment, Ksharasutra process and other treatment methods and interacted with the patients who were undergoing treatment in the hospital.

Later he lauded the services of the doctors', paramedical and office staff in both the hospital and at the college and also keeping the premises clean and hygienic.

Ayurveda College Principal Dr. Muralikrishna, Hospital Medical Superintendents Dr. Renu Dixit, Dr. Sundaram, Vice Principal Dr. Vijayabhaskar Reddy, Faculty Dr. Durga and students participated.


TTD JEo (H&E) Presents Uttama Shodapatra Award

TTD JEO (Health and Education) Smt Sada Bhargavi on Saturday complimented Dr T Sirigeeta, a Research Associate and student of SV Ayurveda College who bagged "Uttama Shodapatra"(Best Research Paper) award.

Dr Sirigeeta a 2nd year PG student of the college had received the unique award for her research paper on Ayurvedic medicine for the prevention of the pandemic covid-19 presented at the international conference held between February 23-25 at the deemed University of Rashtriya Ayurveda Samsthan, at Jaipur, Rajasthan.

Her paper was presented at a conference attended by over 500 Ayurvedic experts focused on the scope of ayurvedic medicine in future.

College Principal Dr P Muralikrishna, HOD Dr Durga, Associate Professor Dr Ramesh Babu and others were present.


More Ayurveda Products - TTD H&E JEo

TTD is contemplating to bring out more Ayurvedic products in its Narasingapuram Pharmacy, said JEO for Health and Education Smt Sada Bhargavi.

During a review meeting held at SPRH Tirupati on Thursday, the JEO said to strengthen the pharmacy three industrial sheds have been constructed which will be opened up soon.

She also said Rs. 3.50cr for setting up medicine-making machines out of which 75% of them have been furnished. The Ministry of Ayush has given permission to 314 pharma products and 60 have already been prepared and made available for the needy.

She also directed the engineering officials to complete the pending works before March 15.

DFO Srinivas, Pharmacy incharge Dr Narappa Reddy, Medical Superintendent of Ayurvedic Hospital Dr Renu Dixit and others were present.


Barbers Cautioned to Avoid Infections - Dr Krishna Prashanthi

Eminent Diabetologist, Dr Krishna Prashanti advised barbers of Kalyana Katta to take all precautions to avoid infections to devotees who offer tonsure ahead of Srivari Darshan.

Addressing a health awareness program at Asthana Mandapam in Tirumala on Tuesday to kalyana katta barbers Dr Krishna Prashanti said barbers should wear masks and frequently clean their hands with lotions to avoid nose, hair and lung infections to devotees.

Among others,  she advised barbers on walking and do neck, shoulders exercises every hour since they were seated for long hours as a part of their work.

SVETA Director Smt Prashanti, AEO Kalyanakatta Sri Ramakanth Rao, 300 barbers were present.


Tough Competition in Games and Sports

The competitions in the annual Games and Sports Meet for TTD employees are getting tougher day by day.


On Thursday Table Tennis, Carroms singles and doubles, Kabaddi were conducted for women and men employees aged above and below 45 years.


The employees took part with great sportive spirit and enthusiasm.


Good Habits Leads to Good Health - TTD Eo

Lead a healthier and happier life by practicing good habits, said TTD EO Sri AV Dharma Reddy.

After lighting the lamp and inaugurating the three-day awareness programme to male employees of TTD on Life Style Disorders and Diseases on Saturday in Mahati Auditorium the EO said, to change their lifestyle by practicing good habits to enhance their health."If one member's family is aware about his or her health and follows good habits, they can educate their entire family which will in turn help in executing the responsibilities at their workplace with more enthusiasm.

Earlier JEO Smt Sada Bhargavi briefed about the importance of the Health Awareness programme to TTD employees to lead a healthy and happy life. "Similar programme was conducted to women employees on Cancer Awareness on October 7-9 during the last.

Director of SP Paediatric Hospital Dr Srinath Reddy, SVIMS Director Dr Vengamma has also spoken on the occasion.

Later the EO released a small handbook on lifestyle disorders and also presented Diabetic kits donated by a donor to a few employees who have high levels of sugars.

SVETA Director Smt Prasanthi, about 1500 men employees including senior officers were also present.

Timely Tests of BP and Sugar at Early Stage Will Help in the Preventio of Disease - Experts to TTD Employees at Awarness Camp

Medical experts in the field diabetes and cardiac care on Saturday advised the TTD employees to undergo timely test for Sugar and BP for healthy treatment.

Addressing a three-day wellness awareness session at Mahati auditorium the experts from Apollo hospital made a power point presentation to strike home the awareness among male employees of TTD to whom the awareness program is exclusively designed for.

Among them Dr Jayaprakash Sai, Dr Sai Krishna, Dr Srinivas Kumar and Dr Srinivas highlighted the precautions,early Medicare,balanced diet and hygienic practices besides treatment for Heart ailments,Hypertension and Diabetes.

TTD officials felicitated the doctors with shawls and Srivari Prasadam.

Earlier a cultural show by faculty of SV College of Music and Dance enthralled employees and invitees.


Marma Ayurveda Therapy to Prevent Diseases - Expert

Marma Ayurveda Therapy is performed to prevent many diseases said expert Hereditary Marma Therapist Dr Ramesh.

Bengaluru based Trans Disciplinary Medical Varsity Professor Dr Ramesh explained about this ancient Therapy in Ayurveda at SV Ayurveda College in Tirupati on Wednesday.

Principal Dr Muralikrishna, Professors Dr Renu Dixit, Dr Srinivasa Kumar, other faculty, students were present.


TTD JEO (H&E) Inspects Children Hospital Works

 The JEO(H&E) Smt Sada Bhargavi on Saturday thoroughly inspected the ongoing construction works of the upcoming Paediatric Hospital at Alipiri along with the Engineering Officials.

At the construction site, she instructed EE Sri Krishna Reddy to ensure that the first level of works be completed before February end as per schedule. Similarly, she directed the concerned to review the progress of works on a daily basis to avoid any delay in the execution of works.

Later she also visited Sri Padmavathi Children's Heart Centre (SPCHC) and inspected the OT, Medical Store, cath lab etc. She also interacted with the patients to know about the medical services and other amenities being provided to them, to which they expressed immense pleasure.

She also instructed the DFO Sri Srinivasulu to develop greenery outside as well inside the Hospital premises to provide an aesthetic feel to the patients and their attendants. "Plan some dioramas of Mother and Child, Tirunamam, Shanku and Chakra etc.with the greens itself", she said.

Similarly, she also instructed the officials to form a WhatsApp group with TTD Engineering including Civil, Electrical, Waterworks, Vigilance, Health and the Resident Doctors of SVIMS, BIRRD and SPCHC to rectify the defects related to any of the above departments without delay.

The JEO appreciated the Doctors team led by the Director of the Paediatric Center Dr Srinath Reddy, Dr Ganapathi and others who have so far successfully carried out over 1000 plus heart surgeries in the hospital and given new lease of life to many children. She also congratulated everyone for the maiden successful Heart Transplantation carried out in the hospital a couple of days ago. 

She said the boy who underwent heart transplantation has spoken with her. "With the benign blessings of Sri Venkateswara Swamy the boy was successfully treated by the team of our dedicated doctors. However he will be under observation in hospital for a week", she added.

Director Dr Srinath Reddy, SE Electrical Sri Venkateswarulu, Additional Health Officer Dr Sunil Kumar, DE Smt Saraswathi, DFO Sri Srinivas, VGO Sri Manohar, Resident Medical Officer Dr Bharath,  and others were also present.