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General Medicine

  • ”Common

    Outpatient treatment of mild to moderate common diseases such as :

    1. UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTIONS

    1. Nasopharyngitis
    2. Tonsilitis
    3. Laryngitis

    2.  LOWER RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTIONS

    1. Bronchitis
    2. Pneumonia (Mild to moderate)
    3. Bronchial Asthma (Mild to moderate)

    3. SKIN

    1. Allergic Dermatitis
    2. Fungal infection
    3. Eczema
    4. Psoriasis

    4. SKIN / SOFT TISSUE INFECTIONS

    1. Cellulitis (Mild to Moderate)
    2. Abscess (Mild to Moderate)

     5. EYE DISEASES

    1. Bacterial Conjuctivitis (Mild to Moderate)
    2. Allergic Conjuctivitis (Mild to Moderate)
    3. Corneal  Ulceration (Mild to Moderate)

    6. EAR DISEASES

    1. Otitis Externa (Mild to Moderate)
    2. Otitis Media (Mild to Moderate)
    3. Impacted ear wax

    7. GENITOURINARY DISEASES

    1. Urinary tract infection
    2. Cystitis
    3. Pyelonephritis (Mild/Moderate/Severe)
    4. Mild Renal Calculi

    8. PEPTIC ULCER DISEASE

    1. Gastritis (Mild to Moderate)
    2. Gastric Ulcer/Duodenal Ulcer/Reflux Esophagitis
    3. H.pylori infection

    9. Others

    1. Allergic Rhinitis
    2. Acute Sinusitis
    3. Migraine
    4. Gastroenteritis

     10.SOFT TISSUE AND MUSCULOSKELETAL  INJURIES

    1. Abrasion wound
    2. Contusions
    3. Laceration wound
    4. Dirty, contaminated wound
    5. Muscular spasm/strain (Mild to moderate)
    6. Joint /Ligament sprain(Mild to Moderate)
    7. Osteoarthritis(Mild to Moderate)
    8. Acute Gouty Arthritis(Mild to Moderate)
    9. Prolapsed Intervertebral Discs(Mild to Moderate)
  • ”Chronic

    Outpatient treatment and follow up (including blood tests) of Chronic illnesses :

    Hypertension

    Diabetes Mellitus (mild to moderate)

    Hypercholesterolemia / Hyperlipidemia

    Gouty Arthritis

    Congestive Cardiac Failure (Mild)

    Ischaemic Heart Disease (Mild)

  • ”Early

    Early diagnosis and appropriate referral of conditions such as:

    1. Coronary artery disease

    2. Pneumothorax

    3. Pleural effusion

    4. Fracture or dislocations of upper limb and lower limb

    5. Severe Peptic Ulcer Disease / Bleeding Peptic Ulcer

    6. Appendicitis

    7. Severe Pneumonia

    8. Severe Bronchial Asthma

    9. Infected Diabetic Foot

    10. Severe Uncontrolled Hypertension

    12. Uncontrolled Diabetes Mellitus

    11. Stroke

    12. Gall bladder stone/ Bile duct stone

    13. Renal/Ureteric stone

    14. Cardiac arrhythmia