Exclusive Interaction On X-ray And ECG At Home Services During Covid-19

In an exclusive interaction with Healthwire, Dr. Shabnam Mir, Head of Clinical Services, Antara shared her insights on how X-ray and ECGs are done at the comfort of our home during the time of this pandemic.

The current strain of the covid 19 is more infectious and is spreading even faster. Hence, lowering our guards is not an option. Prevention from this mutation requires more safety and strictly adhering to COVID-appropriate behavior. With different symptoms, COVID-19 is being caught by the majority of young adults this time with newer symptoms.

Hence, for COVID-positive patients with mild and manageable symptoms who are isolating at home, a proper care regime is very important for the recovery and ensuring that they don’t become spreaders.  The spread of infection from one family member to another is very high, hence it is very important to isolate patients properly to contain the spread of the virus.

Following this, the Max Group introduces Antara Care at Home for seniors in need of medical assistance at home. Bringing clinical expertise and personalized care, provided by a team of trained professionals in the safety and comfort of your home.

In an exclusive interaction with Healthwire, Dr. Shabnam Mir, Head of Clinical Services, Antara shared her insights on how X-ray and ECGs are done at the comfort of our home during the time of this pandemic.

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“When the pandemic started across the globe including India none of the countries were really prepared to deal with such a huge health crisis. The major two factors which I feel which has impacted the health care infrastructures are- mental and physical extortion of healthcare workers and a backlog of all the hospital procedures. Hence the doctors and patient’s relationship also changed during this period. During the pandemic, healthcare services are seen as a booming industry and we at Antara have served 100s of patients who had mild to moderate symptoms of Covid as well as we have also supported patients due to the unavailability of beds and facilities at hospitals,” said Dr. Shabnam Mir.

 

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