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CME on Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology

Chughtai Lab as part of its academic services to the healthcare sector conducted yet another CME on “Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology & True Cut Biopsy” in the Surgery Ward of DHQ Teaching Hospital, Sargodha on the 5th of July 2018. More than 30 professors, associate professors, medical officers and house officers attended the CME and appreciated the commitment of Chughtai Lab in developing, organizing and implementing quality educational activities. Chughtai lab endeavors to assist as many health professionals as possible in continuing education programs.

Such educational sessions not only introduce the attendees to a detailed explanation of various medical topics by highly trained and qualified professionals but also add to their skill set through hands-on workshops and live demonstrations ensuring complete knowledge-based grip on the subject being discussed.

Chughtai lab strives to continue imparting education along with health services and holding such cmes in the future as well.
#Education #Service #CLcares #OneNation #OneLab

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The thing is to know how we can fight this heat wave, how can we beat this hot weather by Chughtai Lab

Beat the Heat Wave!

“Perhaps we need to cool down!!!”

Ever wondered why you are so angry these days? Why are you getting into a brawl with almost everyone? Problems at work and home? Pending work load and that constant feeling of being extremely tired!

Congratulations! You are officially “the hottest guy/girl around”.

Though it’s kind of flattering to be called “hot”. Perhaps not around this time of the year! With sky rocketing temperatures and the extreme heat wave. The sun might just be getting to your head.

Petty fights over a parking spot turning to vengeful battles is only a reaction  to your constant discomfort due to our heavenly companion “the sun” . A taste of the hell fire perhaps each day seems to be getting hotter than the previous.
Whether it’s the sun getting closer or we are enabling it through our concrete jungles the truth is it is unbearably hot.
People are dying and people every day are falling extremely sick.
There are tons of flyers out there to tell you about heat stroke, heat wave and heat exhaustion and Google is loaded with information on what you can or should do about it.
But we feel we need to address it more according to where we live and how we may handle it in our country keeping our culture, circumstances and environment in mind.

We all know what it does to us in terms of making our body temperature really plummet, our head throb with headache, dizziness and that fainting feeling with your child’s school calling in to tell you she collapsed during the morning assembly, nose bleeds, sun burns on the skin: those red patches turning dark over your cheeks, extreme muscle pain and weakness making you feel so drained like you have just run a marathon with a ton on your head, a rapidly beating heart that is thumping in your chest, hot and dry skin that looks as parched as those cracked mud fields you saw on TV when they showed droughts in Somalia.

Nausea at the sight of food, though you are hungry and it’s your favorite meal and throwing up the moment you try to have it. All this and feeling cranky, angry, delirious and confused and one word to sum it all; very very uncomfortably intolerably hot!

The thing is to know how we can fight this heat wave, how can we beat this hot weather.

Almost every region has its dress in accordance to its weather. Culture actually springs from the weather: neither religion nor nationality makes you wear what you do.

The pagri or pag the pride and honor of our ancestors and the loose airy muslin tehmat were the dress for a purpose. When the Arab in the desert wears the loose fitting white thobe and agal on his head, he did so to beat the heat wave. The much spoken hijab or loose covering to cover the head isn’t just a mark of modesty it’s a protection from the ruthless sun.

Loose light coloured clothing that is airy and made of our own grown cotton with a suitable head cover protected us then and can protect us now. Not that everyone can wear a tehmat or pag now but they certainly can avoid figure hugging spandex nylon and rayon in dark dyed shades. Our lawn industry isn’t flourishing for no reason! And we should promote it by wearing local.

Then come our houses. Those huge verandas and roshan dans of nanis home had a purpose. That jute ki charpoy or cot with air passing through it and a cotton quilt on it. With khas on the windows a plant mesh that tied to the windows and soaked with water would make the breeze pass through it cooler. Placing the fridge outside the room with least number of electronics and a tub of cold water with ice to soak our hankies in.

All these measures helped us beat the heat. Undoubtedly the trees around helped and there were shady spots and open fields. The least we can do now is keep windows open on both sides for cross ventilation.  Replace foam mattresses with cotton quilts. Replace metallic bed frames with jute ones. For those who can afford the air conditioner and the generator it’s a blessing to stay indoors and for those who can’t; such measures can help.

The less we use these machines the less they contribute in heating it more for others around us. Hanging the herb mesh we use in air coolers over windows, keeping the drapes drawn are simple little things that can make a difference.  For those who can we should install as many solar panels as we can to harness this energy.

A major overhaul in our cities planning but since that is something beyond our control at least the houses we construct should have huge windows.

Now let’s address as to what we can do and should be doing so effortlessly on a daily basis. It’s simpler than you think! Just go back to your roots when it comes to diet and drinking.
Our own conventional diet was organic, pure and the most suited to us. The famous imli aloobukhara (tamarind and plum juice), sikanjbeen (lemonade and modern day ORS to beat dehydration), aab shola (raw mangoes with black salt and fennel saunf), sattoo (barley water), lassi (buttermilk), podina chutney (mint and lemon chutney) what we may now consider obsolete are proven to be the healthiest and rehydrating drinks and diet.

They are neither diuretics nor dehydrating, kidney straining, sugar laden diabetes causing, sodium loaded And blood pressure raising or preservative and dye filled fizzy sips of poison that we so proudly consume in the name of sodas and drinks. These were and continue to be scientifically proven to be the healthiest options to keep the body and it’s fluid and electrolyte levels in control.

Not having too much meat or oil in summer and having the seasons vegetable and fruit that God has provided for in a particular season is an answer to it all. Having frozen processed foods from a storage isn’t a luxury rather it is a strain on our health.

So let’s just follow these simple little steps and go back to being who we are in pride and confidence. Cause nanis are never wrong and their totkay carried their love. It was hot then too but people weren’t dying or as sick. Yes, let’s plant trees, minimize concrete and all that but to begin with what we can now and for our own health we are what we eat. We are known for what we wear and how we live and we shall beat these summers !

Wishing you all a joyous summer. Enjoy the nights and make the best of what we can, helping who may not be as fortunate with the kind of facilities we may have by encouraging healthy organic vendors and local national lifestyle where we can. Nothing is more “cool” than being original!

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Chughtai Lab conducted CME on Virology

Chughtai Lab conducted CME on Virology in medical unit 2 of Jinnah hospital on May 14th. Dr. Hajra Farooq from Chughtai Lab conduted the CME and briefed the participants about Hepatitis B, C, Hepatits D by PCR, needle stick injury and sample handling protocols. More than 50 professors, associate professors, medical officers and house officers attended the CME and appreciated the committment of Chughtai Lab in developing, organizing and implementing quality educational activities.

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Chughtai Lab co-hosted Al-Badar Sports Festival in Faisalabad Medical University

Chughtai Lab co-hosted 22nd Al-Badar Floodlights, Sports Festival at Faisalabad Medical University dated May 7th to May 11. Chughtai Lab believes in the saying of Hippocrates “”Sports is a preserver of health”” and we help you to maintain it. We are keen to support activities that promote the physical well-being of the individual.

For the entire 6 days of the event, the number of matches and activities were held among professors and doctors. The event turned out to be center of attraction for students and professors. The festival was concluded with the prize distribution ceremony by Chief Guest Prof Dr Ahmad Saeed Sb. The ceremony was attended by HODs of different departments of Faisalabad Medical University.

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Chughtai Lab organized CME on LBC PAP Smear & Frozen Section in Jinnah Hospital

Chughtai Lab is committed to developing, organizing and implementing quality educational activities through a collaborative process with hospitals, consultants, medical officers and other healthcare professionals. In assessing the continuing medical education needs of the community, Chughtai Lab organized one day CME on Liquid Based Cytology, PAP Smear and Frozen Section in Gynae II ward of Jinnah hospital in Lahore.

The CME was attended by 60 participants that include professors, associate professors, medical officers and house officers. Dr. Anila Chughtai from Histopathology department delivered lecture on LBC PAP Smear and Frozen Section. She also briefed about Chughtai Lab services and how Chughtai Lab is providing quality testing. CME was concluded with question answer session followed by the appreciation from the attendees about Chughtai Lab CME sessions.

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Pre-Ramadan Free Medical Consultation at Chughtai Medical Center

CHUGHTAI LAB organized 2 day “Pre-Ramadan Free Medical Consultation at Chughtai Medical Center” located in Lahore & Multan on May 4th and 5th, 2018. The medical camp aimed to provide quality medical care under one roof. Hundreds of people visited Chughtai Medical center to find out whether they are fit enough to fast and what should be their ideal diet.

Consulstants of various specialties e.g Medical specialist, Cardiologist, Gynaecologist, General Physician, Urologist, Skin specialist, Eye specialist, Gastroenterologist, Psychiatrist, ENT specialist, Occupational Therapist, General Surgeon and Neurosurgeon were available to provide free consultation to all the visitors. The visitors appreciated the services of Chguhtai Medical Center and recommended their friends and families to avail services of Chughtai Medical Center. The free camp was accompanied by special Ramadan Screening packages along with 20% discount on radiology services and 12% discount on Chughtai Pharmacy.

Chughtai Medical Center is currently working in Lahore and Multan at following locations.

  • Chughtai Medical Center, Lalik Jan Chowk, plaza no 09, CCA Sector T Phase II, DHA, Lahore
  • Chughtai Medical Center, 194-CCA, Sector DD, Phase IV, DHA, Lahore
  • Chughtai Medical Center, Shalimar link road, Shabnam Plaza Opp Shalimar hospital, Lahore
  • Chughtai Medical Center, Nishtar Road, Multan

You can book your visit with our specialists any time by calling at Aap ki Sehat Ka Number 03111456789.

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Coagulation workshop in collaboration with Hemophilia society

One of the core values of Chughtai Lab is education and we are keen to support next generation of pathologists. To continue this tradition, Chughtai Lab organized one day workshop titled “Coagulation workshop (Hands-on and practical implications) in collaboration with Hemophilia society” on April 18th. It was organized for FCPS part II candidates who will appear in next examination with an objective to enable them in understanding basic techniques and case scenarios.

Coagulation disorders include both congenital and acquired bleeding disorders. Many of these patients remain undiagnosed or either misdiagnosed. As hematologists are responsible for proper diagnosis and management of these patients, this workshop aimed to give basic and important high-lights about diagnose and consultative approach of coagulation disorders.

Prof. Dr. Nauman A. Malik, HOD Hematology Department Chughtai Lab, Dr. Ayisha Imran and Dr. Ayesha Mansoor, Consultant Hemotolgoists at Chughtai Lab led the workshop for FCSP candidates. 25 candidates from various institutes attended this conference. The workshop was concluded with certificate distribution ceremony among all the participants.

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Chughtai Lab co-hosted 3rd Safari Health Marathon with Bahria Town, Rawalpindi

Chughtai Lab co-hosted 3rd Safari Health Marathon with Bahria Town, Rawalpindi on April 15th. The event focused on individual’s health and active lifestyle. The marathon was an idea to make people aware about importance of exercise and active physical lifestyle. Chughtai Lab provided health and fitness tips to all the attendees with on-site testing facility. The attendees got themselves checked with various blood tests. They were also able to get access to their blood test results anytime online. Chughtai Lab will continue to serve and collaborate for such events with a mission of Healthy Pakistan.

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Blood Donation Drive at Ripah International University

Chughtai Lab organized one day Blood Donation Drive at Ripah International University on April 12 with a theme “Give Blood, Save A Life”. The students actively participated in the drive and donated blood as a part of their social responsibility. Chughtai Lab also offered Free Blood Screening to donors so that they can get access to their blood test results any time with just a click or call away.

Chughtai Lab Blood Bank is working since 1986 with donor screening services. Donation of blood helps to save millions of lives every year. It helps patients who are suffering from life-threatening conditions, live longer and supports complex medical and surgical procedures. Donation of Blood means a few minutes to you but a lifetime for somebody else. We are working aggressively to ensure quality, safety, accessibility and timely availability of blood and blood products through organizing blood drives.

The blood drive was concluded with distribution of “Thank You Certificates” to all the donors who took time from their routine and donated actively. Chughtai Lab is keen to organize blood drives in future and motivate people to continue giving blood and people in good health who have never given blood.

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Chughtai Lab Home Care 24/7 at Health Asia 2018

Chughtai Lab Home Care team participated at 14th Health Asia International Exhibition & Conferences held at Lahore Expo Center, Lahore from April 10th to April 12th. They briefed about home care services to the attendees.

Chughtai Lab Homecare is working with a mission to to deliver care with compassion with a primary objective of making healthcare accessible at the comfort of your home. Home Care also introduced recently launched Ambulance service to the attendees

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