Global Research Institute of Kitchenopathy®
Premature death between 25-55; leaves their kids orphaned & spouses deprived of their support
This incident starts a cascading & negative impact on the economic well being of the society & the HDI of the nation.
To prevent such environmental degradation; we have to reduce incidents of this type.
Global Research Institute of Kitchenopathy® has been formed to reduce India's premature death rate by providing access to higher knowledge, and a better lifestyle to the general society; with the help of Scientific, technological research and design.
Is it not true that much of the attention in the healthcare industry is focused on treating illnesses and conditions that have already developed, rather than on preventative measures or early detection?
Is it not true that in the business of saving life, most of the attention is in the field of post clinical symptoms but to save a life a lot of probability goes haywire after arising clinical symptoms in one's life?
Overall, it is important to take a holistic approach to healthcare
that focuses on promoting preventative care to help people maintain their
health and avoid developing serious illnesses.
Is hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs) not amongst the top five causes of death?
Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs) are amongst the top five causes of death?
Yes it is. do Read more at: health.economictimes
In the presence of insurance, hospitalization is a compulsion for you.
Thanks to the hospital induced infections, heavy antibiotics are the compulsion of the hospital management.
To bear the after effects of those heavy antibiotics; is your compulsion; after hospitalization.
So in the end:
Despite the umbrella of all kinds of insurance, when we reach inside the hospital; does above two causes not reduce our chances; of quick recovery from the claws of diseases?
When we admit our patient in any big hospital; do we not get elated; observing our patient showing signs of improvement; on the very first day of hospitalization?
Subsequent to this, do costly medicines and examinations for achieving better results not start appearing in front of us?
Soon the condition of our patient does not start deteriorating?
Assuming the threat of infection by hospital administration; they recommend more rest to the patient and less contact with our patient.
Does day by day contact of us, with our patient; not start decreasing; along with ballooning of due bills; while patient's condition deteriorates exponentially?
Do we know; why do big hospital chains; erect following signboards at their entrances?
In this scenario, can we understand that once the clinical symptoms are set in once body; there remains a very grim chance of survival back; to the good health of the patient; for living upto one hundred years?
Is there not a better way to save a life?
Yes a better way is certainly there by making people aware of the preclinical symptoms and making them so affordable that everybody could afford it and enjoy the benefits of a long healthy life.
That's why we are proposing to capture the hidden signals in the body; before they get pronounced upto the level of clinical symptoms. This way we have much more chances; preventing premature death in the 25 to 55 years old citizens.
To achieve this, we are initially focusing on causes by which; more than half of the people; die prematurely in our country.
How can we achieve that?
We have to create an environment where everybody would aspire for it. We have to make it so fashionable that a mass movement towards healthy and wealthy life will flourish in the nation.
Now in this decade to dominate globally, in the best livability environment
What is premature death?
What is the impact of premature death on the Human Development Index?
Human Development Index (HDI) is a measure of a country's average achievements in three basic dimensions of human development: a long and healthy life, access to knowledge and a decent standard of living.
Premature death can have a negative effect on HDI as it reduces the average life expectancy, which is one of the components of HDI. Additionally, when people die prematurely, their potential for contributing to the economic and social development of their communities is lost, which can also have a negative impact on HDI.
Moreover, if the deaths are concentrated in certain age groups or certain population segments, it can lead to imbalances in the demographic structure of a country, resulting in a decrease in the labor force and putting additional pressure on health and social welfare systems.
Therefore, reducing premature death is important not only for improving people's lives and well-being, but also for achieving sustainable human development.
What impact will it generate in India?
Thus more people will move forward in the direction of prosperity than the combined population of Kuwait and Bahrain.
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The leading causes of death in India in the age group of 25 to 60 years vary by region and demographic factors, but some common causes randomly include:
These many MBBS joining per year. The future of medical education will be just like what happened to engineering. Substandard training at several of these private colleges. These will only add to the manpower of corporates.
And now the government of India's MoHFW made this decision for post graduation in that field.
Do we know; why do big hospital chains erect such signboards at their entrances?