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Published On: March 15, 2023 03:39 PM NPT By: Republica

Ma Pani Doctor: A Comprehensive Guide to Preventing Heart Disease

Ma Pani Doctor: A Comprehensive Guide to Preventing Heart Disease

In "Ma Pani Doctor," cardiologist Dr Om Murti Anil provides a comprehensive guide to managing non-communicable diseases, with a particular focus on heart diseases. The author offers practical solutions through clear and accessible language, drawing on his extensive experience in the field of cardiology to provide insights into how to prevent and manage diseases through lifestyle changes, diet, and health awareness.

"Ma Pani Doctor”, which roughly translates as “I am also a doctor," covers a wide range of topics, including high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, gout, and rheumatic heart disease, among others. The book provides readers with practical information on diet, including what to eat and what to avoid, as well as insights into the benefits, drawbacks, and usage of drugs. Written in straightforward language, the book is accessible to all those seeking to improve their health. Dr Om Murti emphasizes public awareness as the key to avoiding non-communicable diseases and highlights the relationship between lifestyle and disease.

The book's 30 chapters, comprising 336 pages, provide a wealth of information about non-communicable diseases, prevention measures, treatment, complications, and more. Written in a simple and easy-to-understand language, the book is accessible to anyone looking to improve their health. The author's focus on public awareness and the need for more blood pressure and cholesterol testing centers is particularly noteworthy. This will undoubtedly have a positive impact on Nepal's efforts to prevent non-communicable diseases.

Dr Om Murti was born on October 31, 1978, in Mahottari district of Nepal. Despite coming from a middle-class family, he pursued his childhood dream of becoming a doctor. He completed his ISC from Janakpur, followed by his MBBS from the College of Medical Sciences in Bharatpur. Dr Anil furthered his education by obtaining an MD in Internal Medicine from the Institute of Medical Sciences (IOM) Maharajganj and a DM in Cardiology from the prestigious All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in New Delhi. Dr Anil's career in medicine has been impressive, having worked as an Assistant Professor of Cardiology at the Manmohan Cardiovascular and Thoracic Center from 2011 to 2015. During his tenure, he also led the center's cath lab. Afterward, he served as the director of interventional cardiology at Grande International Hospital. Eventually, he founded the National Cardiac Centre, located in Basundhara, which focuses on providing curative and preventive treatment for heart diseases.

Dr Om Murti's impressive credentials and experience make him an excellent cardiologist, and his contribution to the health sector of Nepal through this book is invaluable. The book has been recognized for its crucial role in preventing heart disease in Nepal through health awareness. Since its initial publication in 2013, this book has served as a cornerstone for health-related articles written by numerous health journalists and news portals in Nepal. It continues to remain a valuable and pertinent resource, with information that is still highly relevant in light of the current surge in cardiovascular diseases.

Overall, "Ma Pani Doctor" is a must-read for anyone looking to improve their health and avoid non-communicable diseases. Dr Om Murti's comprehensive guide is an essential resource for patients, health workers, and doctors, and the book's accessibility and relevance make it a valuable contribution to the health sector of Nepal.

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