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Cardiology screening Camp organized at NTPC Coal Mining Headquarters

On the eve of World Heart Day, A Cardiology screening Camp was organized for employees at NTPC Coal Mining Headquarters, Ranchi today. The camp was organized by NTPC CMHQ in association with medical team of Pakri Barwadih Coal mining project and Samford Hospital, Ranchi


The program was graced by  Amit Kumar Dubey, Head of Safety as the Chief Guest in presence of Head of the departments, Dr Kabibar Padhan,CMO ,Pakri Barwadih Coal Mining Project and employees.




 On the occasion speaker, Dr Asish Ranjan, DM(Cardiologist) spoke on various aspects of cardiology and symptoms of Heart ailment. He deliberated that this year's world heart day theme is “Connect heart through heart”. Further he added that World Health Day was started by the World Health organization (WHO) in 2012 to create awareness on cardiovascular diseases among people to spread wide awareness that heart disease is preventable with prevention of smoking, regular exercise, and correct diet and not to ignore the symptoms related to heart attack.


Chief guest of the occasion Shri Dubey extended his gratitude to Medical team, Pakri Barwadih Coal mining project, CMHQ-HR dept. and Samford Hospital for organizing the camp.He highlighted the importance of the camp which he said an opportunity for the employees to screen the cardiac conditions and seek advice for precaution and prevention of cardiac problems.


Dr Kabibar Padhan, CMO, Pakri Barwadih Coal Mining Project on the occasion briefed on the post covid effects on the cardiac health condition and suggested for prevention of the same with better medication and timely treatment.


During the camp employees undertook on spot ECG, Random blood sugar, HB1AC tests followed by medical advice and treatment by the cardio specialist. Employees after tests found abnormality in health conditions including ECG were advised for further medical diagnosis and treatment

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