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Lake Plus Clinic is North Kolkata's premier ultramodern, tertiary care clinic situated in Laketown, and is recognized for its tradition of excellence in care.

Our mission to assimilate the finest medical & surgical talents with excellent diagnostic and treatment facilities.


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FAQ

  1. What is orthopedics?

    Orthopedics (alternatively, orthopaedics) is a medical specialty focused on the diagnosis and treatment of conditions, disorders, and injuries of the muscles, bones, joints, tendons, ligaments, and nerves.

  2. What is minimally invasive fracture surgery?

    Fracture fixation done under C_Arm with minimum blood loss,minimum pain.

  3. Is surgery necessary for fracture neck of femur in elderly?

    In 95% cases surgery is the only option to mobilize the patient.

  4. After how many days hip replacement patients able to walk?

    Usually with in 24- 48 hrs post surgery.

  5. How to treat osteoporotic compression fracture?Surgical/ conservative?

    Mostly conservative.

  6. How ACL surgery done?

    Arthoscopically( key hole surgery).

  1. Should I take pain medication only when I have a lot of pain?

    No. Don't wait until pain becomes severe to take pain medication. Pain is easier to control when it is mild. You should take your pain medication regularly, just as prescribed. Sometimes this means taking medicine on a regular schedule, even when you don't feel pain.

  2. Do I have to suffer with chronic pain for the rest of my life?

    Not necessarily. With proper treatment, people can live full, normal lives after having experienced chronic pain.

  3. Some days my acute pain is much worse. What can I do?

    You might notice at times that you are in more pain than usual (such as at the end of a tiring day or as a result of certain activities). If you notice that certain activities contribute to your pain, or that you feel worse at certain times of the day, medication can be taken prior to the activity (or time of day) to help prevent the pain from occurring. You may also be prescribed a long-acting pain medication with a short-acting one for breakthrough pain that you take as needed. Always be sure to follow your doctor's instructions.

  4. How should I describe my pain to my doctor?

    Describe your pain clearly and in as much detail as possible. Most doctors and nurses ask you to describe your level of pain on a scale.

  1. What is gynecology?

    Gynecology is medical care that deals with women’s and girls’ reproductive system. Gynecology is about keeping them healthy as well as treating medical conditions and illnesses having to do with the reproductive system. An obstetrician-gynecologist (ob-gyn) is a doctor who specializes in women’s health care.

  2. Is cervical cancer is preventable?

    Yes, only cervical cancer is preventable by taking vaccination & also by screening.

  3. What is the permanent solution of PCOS?

    Lifestyle modification

  4. What is a PAP test?

    A Pap test (also known as a Pap Smear) is a test for cervical cancer. It is one of the most important gynecology tests a woman should have on a regular basis to keep healthy. In an examination room, the doctor gently swabs a tiny sample of cells from the patient’s cervix (the opening of the uterus). The sample is then sent to a lab to test for any abnormal cells. Abnormal cells do not mean the patient has cervical cancer, but further tests may be needed.

  5. Who should get a Pap Test?

    All women ages 21-29 years old should get a Pap Test every 3 years. Women 30-65 should get a PAP Test and HPV Test every five years or a PAP Test alone every three years. Women over 65 do not need a PAP screening.

  1. How long can I live with chronic kidney disease?

    Many people think that if their kidneys fail, they will die. Right away. This used to be true—50 years ago. Back then, there were not enough dialysis machines to go around and medical knowledge about kidney disease was limited. It is no longer true today.
    How long you can live with CKD depends on your age, other health problems, and how involved you become in your care. Most people with early CKD will never have kidney failure. Others will reach kidney failure and may live for decades with dialysis or kidney transplants.

  2. How can I keep my kidneys working as long as possible?

    There are a number of treatments, including medications and lifestyle changes, that may help keep your kidneys working longer. People can even get transplants before having dialysis, especially if they have a willing living donor. Ask your doctor what would help you. To learn more about possible treatments, see Options for Dialysis.

  3. At what size of prostate, it's necessary to do operation?

    Prostate size has little direct relation to operation.

  4. Do all kidney stone needs operation?

    No

  5. What is treatment of Gall Bladder stone?

    Operation

  6. What is the best treatment of patient on catheter?

    First medical treatment if fails surgery

  7. Does patient of increased urination with USG needs operation?

    Most of the time no operation

  8. How to remove kidney stones?

    Small hole at back, removal by telescope.

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