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We are sure by now every body would have come to know about Siachen Glacier and Indian Army Soldiers. If not, we are here to give you a brief and get you all pray for our 1 alive Indian Solider and the rest of soldiers RIP.
The Siachen Glacier is located in the eastern Karakoram range in the Himalaya Mountains at about 35.421226°N 77.109540°E, just northeast of the pointNJ9842 where the Line of Control(LOC)between India and Pakistan ends. At 76 km (47 mi) long, it is the longest glacier in the Karakoram and second-longest in the world's non-polar areas. It falls from an altitude of 5,753 m (18,875 ft) above sea level at its head at Indira Col on the China border down to 3,620 m (11,875 ft) at its terminus. Entire Siachen Glacier with all major passes is currently under administration of India since 1984, while Pakistan controls the region west of Saltoro Ridge. The average winter snowfall is more than 1000 cm (35 ft) and temperatures can dip to −50 °C (−58 °F). Including all tributary glaciers, the Siachen Glacier system covers about 700 km2 (270 sq mi) - Source/Courtney Wikipedia.com
Indian soldiers are our real heroes to our country, as they protect and serve our borders while we are working on moving our country in to one of the top socio-economic status . Every 3 months few soldiers gets deployed on rotational basis to cover LOC in our Himalayas, as we heard from our sources is spot is one of the most dangerous/challenging(to proud to) part to patrol due to serve climatic conditions. The soldiers who get deployed to patrol in Karakoram are healthy, athlete and most enduring human being on the planet. We would like to take a moment to show our gratitude to the soldiers who lost their life in the glacier and Please do pray for the 1 solider who some how surveyed the glacier for 7 full days, it's a miracle and as he was airlifted to Delhi and now he is getting treated in the hospital.
Please join us in taking a moment out of our busy life to pray for the one man who is struggling to be alive and also the others who couldn't survive - Rest in Piece, Please share this post to your friends, family and send comforting good deed messages by commenting below to the family/friends of our Indian Army personals.
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one presumes this is the start of a push to install the “telemedicine pods” in Rite-Aid stores throughout the country. Furnished by Healthspot, these small stations provide medical care to customers by connecting those customers to remotely located care providers. The pods are equipped with interactive medical devices. Each one is about 40 square feet and equipped to give the customer privacy while he or she is teleconferencing with a doctor who is not located in the same location. Some of the items in the pod include a stethoscope, otoscope, magnascope, and pulse oximeter, all of which provide basic data on the patient’s physiology.
The telemedicine kiosk is, according to MedCityNews’ Stephanie Baum, one of two distinct models for the delivery of remote medical and/or psychological care. The first is the web-based model, which is the one used at Arcadian Telepsychiatry. Patients use Internet connectivity and a computer workstation, tablet, or mobile device to teleconference with a remotely located care provider. This is a cost-effective, efficient method of delivering care, which allows a remotely located provider to serve multiple individuals in disparate locations without incurring travel expenses or spending the time necessary to move from place to place. It also allows individuals in remote locations, or areas where they cannot receive specialized care through more traditional means (such as in prisons) to connect with service providers.
The second model, that of the healthcare kiosk, is dominated by Healthspot and SoloHealth“HealthSpot users connect with a physician online and tend to play an active role in the exam by using one of a handful of electronic medical devices,” writes Baum. “With healthcare kiosks and many of the online models, the physician tends to be someone the patient hasn’t previously met. But the founders of these businesses take the view that access triumphs familiarity. SoloHealth has kiosks in retail sites and lets consumers in high-traffic retail locations monitor their blood pressure, central vision and weight, as well as get a health-risk assessment.”
Drugstore chain CVS, by contrast, provides nurse practitioners who supervise while patients access telemedicine services. It’s doing this mostly in rural communities that have less access to physicians. Meanwhile, retail giant Walmart is reportedly collaborating with provider Humana to bring telemedicine access to some of its stores.
As widespread acceptance of telemental health services and telemedicine services becomes the norm, rather than the exception, it will be interesting to see the ways in which improving technology and increased penetration of remote healthcare services changes our society. We are seeing the first steps in a world better connected to qualified care than ever before. Regardless of the model used, this increased, cost-effective access is a very good thing indeed.