Holy Spirit Hospital unveiled its newly renovated emergency department November 10th at a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by our Doctors, staff, and hospital administrators.
This renovation not only improves the look and feel of the space, but it also provides the alterations necessary to better accommodate our patients’ needs, and support our staff in doing their jobs efficiently.
The “World Heart Day-2021” was celebrated in Holy Spirit Hospital with great enthusiasm on 29.09.2021.
World Heart Day informs people around the globe that CVD, including heart disease and stroke, is the world’s leading cause of death claiming 18.6 million lives each year, and highlights the actions that individuals can take to prevent and control CVD.
It aims to drive action to educate people that by controlling risk factors such as tobacco use, unhealthy diet and physical inactivity, at least 80% of premature deaths from heart disease and stroke could be avoided.
The topic of discussion by Dr.G. P Ratnaparkhi and Dr. Amit Sharma on this World Heart Day was the TAVR: Latest in Non – Surgical Heart Valve replacement technology.
Fujifilm India has installed Amulet Innovality — a breast cancer diagnostic machine at the Holy Spirit Hospital in Mumbai. AMULET Innovality works towards making early detection of breast cancer a reality for women by achieving optimum image quality at a very low patient dose. It combines Hexagonal Close Pattern (HCP) image capture technology, and intelligent image processing, optimising contrast, and dose based on breast density which results in exceptional imaging, optimised contrast, low dose, and fast acquisition time.
The Innovality utilises Fujifilm’s unique a-Se direct conversion flat panel detector (FPD)*1 to produce clear images with a low X-ray dose. This system makes use of intelligent AEC (i-AEC) combined with an image analysis technology to automatically adjust the X-ray dosage for each breast type. It is a highly advanced mammography system, which offers an extremely fast image interval of just 15 seconds.
Chander Shekhar Sibal, Executive Vice President & Head of Medical Division at Fujifilm India, “We have designed this machine to help doctors conduct fast and hassle-free medical examinations with utmost precision. With this association, we aim to save lives by offering the highest standard of healthcare solutions and spread awareness about early detection of breast cancer in India.”
Dr Sneha, Executive Director, Holy Spirit Hospital said, “Our partnership with Fujifilm India will bring together the power of innovation in medical technologies and scale our fight against breast cancer in a new way. With Fujifilm’s Amulet Innovality series, it will allow us to protect women’s health by offering timely treatments at an affordable cost with our doctor-patient friendly approach.”
Dr Shampa Brahmachari, Sr. Consultant Radiologist, Holy Spirit Hospital further added, “Early and precise detection, timely treatments, and the right amount of attention will help increase the survival rates among patients.”
The World Pharmacy Day was celebrated by the Pharmacy Department with great gusto on 25th September 2021 at Holy Spirit Hospital. The purpose of World Pharmacists Day is to encourage activities that promote and advocate for the role of the pharmacist in improving health in every corner of the world.
National Nutrition Week Celebration at Holy Spirit Hospital, Andheri.Various activities were conducted by the Department of Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics throughout the week which included:-
1) Talk on the importance of Healthy Diet for children.
2) A Skit & Jingle was performed for children highlighting the Importance of "HEALTHY DIET". Recipes were demonstrated for children.
3) A Song " Tuje Samjhaye, Kahe Ghabraye" was recorded - This was to create Importance & Awareness among the common public - To consult A Qualified Dietitian only.
4) A talk was given to the Nursing Assistants on the "Importance of Hygiene & Etiquettes" while handling & serving food to the patients.
Song- Tuje Samjhaye, Kahe Ghabraye link:-
Holy Spirit Hospital wins 1st place at the Breastfeeding week recipe competition
Holy Spirit Hospital congratulates and salutes Dr. Nicholas Antao for being among top notch 25 orthopaedic surgeons chosen through the survey of Economic Times, awarded by the hands of Union Health Minister on 1st July, Doctors Day, for creating a difference in the health care sector through his extraordinary contribution. We wish him all the very best and are very proud of him.
Hearing Screening Camp for Cochlear Implants- 28th October 2018
Global Recognition Award
1ST INTERNATIONAL RFCCN SAARC CONFERENCE
World Kidney Day
Sr Sneha Executive director of Holy Spirit Hospital first woman to give plasma four times
The Joy of Helping Others....
Covid Warriors Award
Dr.Bharat Bhosale Medical Oncologist of Holy Spirit Hospital features in Hindustan Times
Certificate of Appreciation to Holy Spirit Hospital
Article in THE TIMES OF INDIA
Sunil Gavali is one recent case treated at Holy Spirit Hospital, in which doctors detected a Covid-induced clot in the intestine. The 58-year-old had come to the emergency ward with severe abdominal pain after a meal. The man, an OT staffer at the same hospital, was vaccinated with both doses of Covishield, and there were no usual Covid red flags. When Gavali’s pain didn’t subside with medications, doctors did a CT scan which showed multiple clots in the main artery supplying blood to the intestine, called mesenteric superior.
Vascular surgeon Dr Aniruddha Bhuiyan said there was no time to spare as the clot had led to intestinal gangrene, which if not treated immediately, could become fatal. The surgeon dissolved the clot and cleared it, reversing the gangrene and avoiding a surgery of the intestine that could have been debilitating. “It was my tenth case in the past 8-9 months where Covid and intestinal clot have presented together,” he said, adding that in several cases, patients didn’t come with the typical respiratory signs. “Stomach pain was their only complaint,” he said, adding that Gavali had subsequently tested positive for Covid.
World Breastfeeding Week (WBW) is celebrated every year from 1-7 August.
The theme for the year 2021 was -Protect Breastfeeding: A Shared Responsibility.
It is time to inform, anchor, engage and galvanise action to protect breastfeeding at all levels.
Maternity Protection is the key to enable breastfeeding and empower parents for successful implementation of recommended breastfeeding practices.
A brief talk was held in the Gynaec ward. All Expectant and nursing mothers (lactating) were explained about :-
Also few healthy recipes were displayed for pregnant & lactating mothers.
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