Author Archives: Lal Arora, MD

Case Study: Appropriate Care for an 80 Year Old Man from India with Dementia

By: Dr. P. Lal Arora
I have known of an 80 years old business man in India who started with memory loss a couple of years ago and was diagnosed with…

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Medical Camps in India Held by Physicians from other Countries: Guest Blogger P. Lal Arora, MD

Do these camps offer value? Experience of a Physician. Background I am a practicing physician, an internist and a geriatrician in the State of Ohio in the United States. I live and practice near Cleveland. Under the auspices of a local physician non-profit organization, I have participated in a number… 

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Hospice care in the end of life in patients with terminal illness: Time has come to develop the discipline in India – Guest Bloggers Dr. P.L. Arora and Dr. Z. Arora

Even with increased sophistication in care now available in India for a variety of illnesses, it should be expected that there will be instances where further medical care in patients with a terminal illness will be considered futile by current standards of care. This is unfortunately more applicable in cases… 

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Indians traveling abroad: Advice physicians can give to their patients

Foreign travel has become common among Indians. Documents needed for travel differ from one country to another, but these are usually well known and followed, since entry to a foreign country is virtually impossible without complying with all of the rules and regulations. People from India may visit for business… 

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