Monday, November 7, 2011
Our Hospital is growing and we want to achieve a high standard in all levels of the hospital. Due to the fact that nearly all donations for this project are coming from abroad we request you, dear friends, donors and well wisher of the Hospital to support the professional development. For this we need DOCTORS of all qualifications as volunteers, NURSES who can give support and help to the local nursery staff, volunteers as SECRETARY for computer work for hospital, people you are good in ORGANIZATION, with knowledge about hospital organization. Please be so kind and ask in your environment if someone could come to help us. We need your help!
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Thank you very much!
Two new Schiller Multi Parameter Monitor has been purchased for our Hospital this month. We are very thankful to our donors for that. These both monitor are very necessary for all emergency patients. Vishwaguru Maheshwarnanda’s Mata ji spent the last days of her life in our hospital. During those days we where very much missing this Monitors. One Monitor is working in the Emergency room and another one in our Minor Operation Theater. These Color Monitors having multiple measuring functions include 3-Lead, 7 Lead ECG/HR, RESP, SpO2/Pulse and Duel Temp. These both Monitor are able to connect with central station to realize centralized monitoring with alarm.
Once again we are really very thankful to all our donors and supporters, because of their effort we can give better services to the needy people of Rajasthan and increase the quality of the medical treatment.
The 'tulsi' plant or Indian basil is an important symbol in the Hindu religious tradition. The name 'tulsi' connotes "the incomparable one". Tulsi is a venerated plant and Hindus worship it in the morning and evening. Tulsi grows wild in the tropics and warm regions.The presence of tulsi plant symbolizes the religious bent of a Hindu family. A Hindu household is considered incomplete if it doesn't have a tulsi plant in the courtyard.
The Holy Herb: Places that tend to inspire concentration, meditation and places ideal for worship. The manufacture of tulsi necklaces is a cottage industry in pilgrimages and temple towns.
Tulsi as Elixir:
Apart from its religious significance it is of great medicinal significance, and is a prime herb in Ayurvedic treatment. Marked by its strong aroma and a stringent taste, tusli is a kind of "the elixir of life" as it promotes longevity. The plant's extracts can be used to prevent and cure many illnesses and common ailments like common cold, headaches, stomach disorders, inflammation, heart disease, various forms of poisoning and malaria. Essential oil extracted from karpoora tulsi is mostly used for medicinal purposes though of late it is used in the manufacture of herbal toiletry.
On the Eve of Guru Nanak birthday the Sri Swami Madhavananda Austria Hospital announce a specially Bone and Joint Pain relief Medical Camp at our Hospital premises. It is a general Holiday so many people have opportunity to come for the camp. Our Physiotherapy department is progressing and this BONE and JOINT Medical Camp on the 10.Nov. will be free of charge for villagers. A well known Orthopaedic doctor from Jodhpur Dr. AJAY SINGH PARIHAR , MCH Orthopaedics (UK) and his team will give their best services to the patients. With him comes his Physio consultant Dr. Mohmmed Imran and he will work in our Physiotherapy center together with Dr. Siddant Joshi, the Physiotherapist of our Hospital. Medical Officer Dr. Govind Naryan Arora and Dr. A.K.Naval ,Surgeon Dr. Rajesh Vyas , Dentist Dr. Abhishek Dadhich and Eye specialyst Dr. G. K. Goyal also provide their services.
We are happy to offer this facilities to the most needy ones. Bone and joint problems are very common in this area and a good treatment is needed. Thank you dear donors and well wishers because through your donations we can offer this camp and help the needy ones.
Apart of the Physiotherapy Center we opened also a FITNESS Center in the hospital to give people the possibility to improve their fitness and health condition. The area where the hospital is situated is a deserted area, a place before the desert Tar is starting. There are no mountains or hills and people have no opportunity for condition training as in areas where hills, mountains and rocks are part of the landscape.
In the photo you see Austrian yogis practicing on the Gym machine in the Fitness center. They enjoyed very much their training as you can see….