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By- Corina Mathew
You might know everything about him and still be perplexed with the thought, what to gift him! As girls, we are already blessed with a lot of options and guys don't get second thoughts while gifting us anything. However, you may have known him all your life but still would not have enough gift ideas to surprise him. Whether he is your bae, brother, or dad, every gift represents much more than each ounce of love you have for that man. But the fact is. Despite fewer options available for men, you can always find interesting gifts to offer which is not cliché and common.
Here's What You Should Gift to make him Feel Special
Gift Him his Precious Time: Wrist Watch
When it comes to accessories, men become picky because their choice is never cliché things. And a wristwatch is the minimum accessory that every man carries. And the idea of gifting a wristwatch is always a safe option because he will love flaunting his watch with every formal or casual outfit and also be on time for every professional and personal commitment. What else can be more useful than gifting him Redux Watch with attractive design, dial, and band color?
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Let him be Eye Catchy: Shades and Aviators
Cool summer shades or black aviators can never go out of fashion because this defines the style statement. Be it basic dressing or a fancy outfit, aviators add an extra dose of glamor to your personality and makes your face look even better. One of the most eyeconic style statements, sunglasses has their charm plus you can use them in daily use to beat sunstroke and look stylish at the same time. DEVEW Silver Frame Aviator can be one that you need to gift him.
Upgrade his Grooming Needs
To pull off your personality, grooming is a compulsory step towards it and you have to ensure you have the right tool for it. This festive season, gift your man the right grooming appliance and help him look attractive each day. VEGA Trimmers for men is specially curated for his grooming and can be a strong recommendation for those seeking to gift their men. From stainless steel blades to multiple length settings and better charging power, you have all the reasons to fall in love with this product.
The fragrance of love with Right Perfume
The chemistry between a man and his strong personality multiplies automatically if he smells good. Women go crazy for men who look good as well as smell good. Hence gift him something that will make him smell good every time he steps out, be it office or any party. Almas Pocket Perfume for men will easily adjust in his pocket so that he can carry it wherever he goes and he smells good all the time.
Gift him something that will make him smell good every time he steps out, be it office or any partyUnsplash
Investing in the Right Footwear for Him
If someone told you that never buy a pair of shoes for a man because he will simply wear them and walk out of your life; don't believe them! If you are thinking of gifting him the right pair of shoes, then please do because he will need them in a daily run and this gift would long last too. Every guy desires to own at least one pair of shoes that is both branded and stylish and you can simply avail this opportunity by gifting him Long walk men sneaker that is the perfect choice for both casual and formal outfits.
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Healthcare startups in India have brought about an uberisation of the secondary care surgery market in the country with a focus on specialist care, personal attention and affordability.
Surgeries are the biggest part of healthcare expenditure with secondary care surgery a growing market.
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Healthcare startups like Pristyn Care, Practo and Mirascare have thus created tech platforms which connect doctors, customers and hospitals at cheaper prices.
These startups offer online medical consultations and thereafter if required non-critical minimally invasive surgeries for ailments like hernia, piles, gall stones etc., in smaller hospitals across the country, which run on lesser capacity than bigger hospitals in metros.
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Pristyn Care, which has grown nearly five times since January 2021, is a pioneer in this space. It has an ecosystem of over 80 clinics, more than 400 partner hospitals, and over 140 in-house super specialty surgeons. It operates in more than 22 cities across the country. A recent entrant, Mirascare Clinic and Centre also offers an array of treatments in advanced general, laparoscopic surgery and proctology.
"Apart from specialist care, the USP of Mirascare and such startups is ultra-modern facilities coupled with technology platforms which connect doctors, customers and hospitals," said a spokesperson for Mirascare.
Bengaluru-based health platform Practo has also unveiled more than 50 Practo Care Surgery Experience Centres at six places (Bengaluru, Mumbai, Pune, Delhi-NCR, Hyderabad and Ahmedabad), marking its foray into secondary care in India.
Across India 2,000 large sized hospitals or corporate chains, and about 20,000 small-to-medium sized hospitals already have such facilities.Unsplash
Minimally invasive surgery without extensive hospitalisation, which can easily be done by skilled surgeons outside major hospital chains in smaller/mid-sized units is poised to be a nearly $80 billion market in India.
Across India 2,000 large sized hospitals or corporate chains, and about 20,000 small-to-medium sized hospitals already have such facilities.
Healthcare startups are tapping on to this opportunity by creating a win-win situation for hospitals looking to optimise their OT capacities, patients looking at affordable surgical expenses with personalised medical attention as well as skilled individual surgeons looking for a stable number of monthly surgeries without added insurance and operations related overheads.
(Keywords : healthcare, startup, India, surgery, medical, consultations, expenditure, growth, minimally invasive, hospitalisation, patients, doctors, opportunity.)
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About one in 100 patients hospitalised with Covid-19 are likely to develop central nervous system complications, including strokes, according to a study. The researchers from the Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, US analysed nearly 40,000 cases of hospitalised Covid-19 positive patients from seven US and four western European university hospitals.
Symptoms led doctors to suspect brain complications in about 11 per cent, the researchers reported at the recent annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America.
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The most common complication was ischemic stroke, with an incidence of 6.2 per cent, followed by intracranial hemorrhage (3.72 per cent) and encephalitis (0.47 per cent), an inflammation of the brain.
"Much has been written about the overall pulmonary problems related to Covid-19, but we do not often talk about the other organs that can be affected," said study lead author Scott H. Faro, M.D., FASFNR, professor of radiology and neurology and director of the Division of Neuroradiology/Head & Neck Imaging at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia.
"Our study shows that central nervous system complications represent a significant cause of morbidity and mortality in this devastating pandemic."
The patients had been admitted between September 2019 and June 2020. Their average age was 66 years old, and there were twice as many men as women. The most common cause of admission was confusion and altered mental status, followed by fever. Many of the patients had comorbidities like hypertension, cardiac disease and diabetes.
There were 442 acute neuroimaging findings that were most likely associated with the viral infection. The overall incidence of central nervous system complications in this large patient group was 1.2 per cent.
"Of all the inpatients who had imaging such as MRI or a CT scan of the brain, the exam was positive approximately 10 per cent of the time,a Faro said.
"The incidence of 1.2 per cent means that a little more than one in 100 patients admitted to the hospital with Covid-19 are going to have a brain problem of some sort."
The researchers also discovered a small percentage of unusual findings, such as acute disseminating encephalomyelitis, an inflammation of the brain and spinal cord, and posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome, a syndrome that mimics many of the symptoms of a stroke.
"It is important to know an accurate incidence of all the major central nervous system complications," Dr. Faro said. "There should probably be a low threshold to order brain imaging for patients with Covid-19."
(Keywords : Covid, complications, stroke, research, analyse, hospitalise, pulmonary, patients, .)
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Every year on December 4, Indian Navy Day is celebrated wherein the whole country remembers one of the most significant operations, Operation Trident.
This year, the nation is all set to celebrate the day as ‘Swarnim Vijay Varsh’, as it shall be commemorating the 50th anniversary of the victory in the Indo-Pak war of 1971.
It must be noted that the Indian Navy was established by the East India Company (EIC) in the year 1612. Later on, it was named as Royal India Navy, and post-Independence, it was again named as the Indian Navy in the year 1950.
The Indian Navy is the naval branch of the Indian Armed Forces which is led by the President of India as Commander-in-Chief. Moreover, the Maratha Emperor, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj is considered as the Father of the Indian Navy.
Now, Indian Navy Day becomes much more important because this day commemorates Operation Trident– a key offensive during the 1971 India-Pakistan War, when the Indian Navy inflicted heavy damage on Pakistani vessels in Karachi harbour area.
Lt. Gen A.A.K. Niazi of Pakistan signing the Instrument of Surrender with Lt. Gen J.S. Aurora of India watching with a smile, at Dhaka at 4:55 pm that day.Photo by Wikimedia Commons.
Going back in history, the India-Pakistan War of 1971 had begun on December 3, when the Pakistan Air Force launched pre-emptive strikes on airfields in Western India regions. To this, India responded by formally declaring war in the wee hours of December 4.
Now, on December 4 under Operation Trident, the Indian Navy sank three vessels near the Pakistani port city of Karachi. The stalwarts of the mission were the then-recently acquired Soviet Osa missile boats, fitted with 4 SS-N-2 (P-15) Styx missiles.
INS Kiltan, Katchall, Nipat, Nighat, and Veer sank PNS Khaibar killing almost 222 Pakistani sailors, and PNS Muhafiz killing around 33 Pakistani sailors, along with a merchant ship, MV Venus Challenger.
At the same time, the Indian Air Force (IAF) also played a crucial role during Operation Trident.
Operation Trident came to an end when on December 5, the Indian Navy’s Western C-in-C, Vice Admiral SN Kohli received the code word “Angaar”, which meant nothing but success.
Finally, the war of 1971 came to an end on December 16 when Lt. Gen A.A.K. Niazi of Pakistan signed the Instrument of Surrender with Lt. Gen J.S. Aurora of India watching with a smile, at Dhaka at 4:55 pm that day. This successfully marked India’s victory in the war of 1971!
Keywords: Indian Navy Day, India, History, 1971 War, Indo-Pak War, Victory, Dhaka, Bangladesh, Operation Trident.