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OVER 90 YEARS OF SERVICE

OVER 90 YEARS OF SERVICE

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Dr. SK BOSE

Dr. Sunil Kumar Bose M.B.B.S., F.R.C.S. (London), F.R.C.S. (Edinburgh), is the visionary who took over the reins of Bose Clinic in 1967 from his Father and Founder of Bose Clinic, Late Dr. R.N. Bose, when he moved back to India from the United Kingdom. Prior to this, Dr. Sunil Kumar Bose worked in various hospitals across the United Kingdom and was the first Indian to be elected in the Nuffield Kidney Transplant Unit in a coveted post at Edinburgh, Scotland.

Dr Sunil Kumar Bose, is best described as a compassionate humanitarian, who has dedicated his life to bringing world-class healthcare within the economic and geographic reach of millions around Dehri On Sone. Under his leadership, guidance and foresight, Bose Clinic has developed into the world class hospital it is today.

As a recognition of his philanthropic work and services rendered to the people of Bihar, Dr Sunil Bose has been conferred with many awards/recognitions including the Magadh Ratna award. Today, at 90+ years of age, Dr Bose visits the OPD at Bose Clinic every morning and evening. His dedication to his work and service stands resilient to this day.

Dr. Sunil Kumar Bose

M.B.B.S., F.R.C.S. (London), F.R.C.S. (Edinburgh),

Prevention Guidelines

The best healthcare is preventive healthcare. When conditions are caught quickly and treated appropriately, or prevented entirely, you can stay healthier and spend less on healthcare. These are some guidelines to help you achieve the best outcomes for your health.

The goal is to find a disease early so lifestyle changes can be made and you can be watched more closely to lower the risk of disease, or to find it early enough to treat it most effectively. 

Type 2 diabetes or prediabetes

All adults starting at age 45 and adults with no symptoms at any age who are overweight or obese and have 1 or more additional risk factors for diabetes

At least every 3 years

Blood pressure

All adults

Yearly checkup if your blood pressure is normal.

 

 

Breast cancer

All women

Screening with a mammogram every year is an option starting at age 40. 

Cervical cancer

All women, except those who had a hysterectomy (with removal of the cervix) for reasons not related to cervical cancer and no history of cervical cancer or serious precancer

Women between the ages of 30 and 65 should have a Pap test plus an HPV test (called “co-testing”) every 5 years. This is the preferred approach. But it is also acceptable to continue to have Pap tests alone every 3 years.

Colorectal cancer

Women of average risk ages 45 years and older

Several tests are available and used at different times.

Tests include:

  • Flexible sigmoidoscopy every 5 years, or
  • CT colonography (virtual colonoscopy) every 5 yearsor
  • Colonoscopy every 10 years, or
  • Yearly fecal occult blood test, or
  • Yearly fecal immunochemical test every year, or
  • Stool DNA test, every 3 years

Gonorrhea

Sexually active women at a higher risk for infection

At routine exams if at risk

Hepatitis C

Adults at a higher risk; 1 time for those born between 1945 and 1965

At routine exams if at risk

Lipid disorders

All women age 45 and older at a higher risk for coronary artery disease

For women ages 19 to 44, screening should be based on risk factors; talk with your healthcare provider

At least every 5 years

Syphilis

Women at a higher risk for infection

At routine exams if at risk

Vision

All adults

Baseline comprehensive exam at age 40

Screening test is done to find possible health problems or diseases in people who don’t have any symptoms. The goal is to find a disease early so lifestyle changes can be made and you can be watched more closely to lower the risk of disease, or to find it early enough to treat it most effectively.

Type 2 diabetes or prediabetes

All adults starting at age 45 and adults without symptoms at any age who are overweight or obese and have 1 or more additional risk factors for diabetes

At least every 3 years

Blood pressure

All adults

Yearly checkup if your blood pressure is normal.

 

 Breast cancer

All women2

Yearly mammogram should be done until age 54. At age 55, switch to mammograms every other year. 

Cervical cancer

All women, except those who have had a hysterectomy with removal of the cervix for reasons not related to cervical cancer and have no history of cervical cancer or serious precancer

Pap test every 3 years or Pap test with human papillomavirus (HPV) test every 5 years

Chlamydia

Women at a higher risk for infection

At routine exams

Colorectal cancer

All women of average risk in this age group

For tests that find polyps and cancer:

  • Flexible sigmoidoscopy every 5 years, or
  • Colonoscopy every 10 years, or
  • CT colonography (virtual colonoscopy) every 5 years

For tests that primarily find cancer:

  • Yearly fecal occult blood test, or
  • Yearly fecal immunochemical test every year, or
  • Stool DNA test, every 3 years

Gonorrhea

Sexually active women at a higher risk for infection

At routine exams if at risk

Hepatitis C

Adults at a higher risk; 1 time for those born between 1945 and 1965

At routine exams if at risk

High cholesterol and triglycerides

All women ages 45 and older at a higher risk for coronary artery disease

At least every 5 years

Lung cancer

Adults age 55 to 80 who have smoked

Yearly screening in smokers with 30-pack per year history of smoking or who quits within 15 years

Osteoporosis, postmenopausal women

Women at age 60 who are at a higher risk for fractures caused by osteoporosis

Check with your health care provider

Syphilis

Adults at a higher risk for infection

At routine exams if at risk

Vision

All adults

Check with your healthcare provider for exam frequency.

For men within age of 40 to 49 need to do a screening test to find possible disorders or diseases in people who don’t have any symptoms. The goal is to find a disease early so lifestyle changes can be made and you can be watched more closely to reduce the risk of disease, or to detect it early enough to treat it most effectively. 

Blood pressure

All adults

Yearly checkup if your blood pressure is normal

Type 2 diabetes or prediabetes

All men beginning at age 45 and men without symptoms at any age who are overweight or obese and have 1 or more additional risk factors for diabetes

At least every 3 years (annually if blood sugar is already rising)

Type 2 diabetes

All men with prediabetes

Every year

Hepatitis C

Anyone at increased risk

At routine exams

High cholesterol and triglycerides

All men ages 35 and older, and younger men at high risk for coronary artery disease

At least every 5 years

Prostate cancer

Starting at age 45

At routine exams

Colorectal cancer

Men of average risk ages 45 and older

Several tests are available and used at different times.

Tests include:

  • Flexible sigmoidoscopy every 5 years, or
  • CT colonography (virtual colonoscopy) every 5 years, or
  • Colonoscopy every 10 years, or
  • Yearly fecal occult blood test, or
  • Yearly fecal immunochemical test every year, or
  • Stool DNA test, every 3 years

Syphilis

Anyone at increased risk for infection

At routine exams

Here are the screening tests that most men ages 50 onwards need. A screening test is done to find possible disorders or diseases in people who don’t have any symptoms. The goal is to find a disease early so lifestyle changes can be made and you can be watched more closely to reduce the risk of disease, or to detect it early enough to treat it most effectively.

Blood pressure

All adults

Yearly checkup if your blood pressure is normal

Colorectal cancer

All men of average risk in this age group

Several tests are available and used at different times.

For tests that find polyps and cancer:

  • Flexible sigmoidoscopy every 5 years1, or
  • Colonoscopy every 10 years, or
  • CT colonography (virtual colonoscopy) every 5 years

For tests that primarily find cancer:

  • Yearly fecal occult blood test2, or
  • Yearly fecal immunochemical test every year2, or
  • Stool DNA test, every 3 years

Type 2 diabetes or prediabetes

All men beginning at age 45 and men without symptoms at any age who are overweight or obese and have 1 or more additional risk factors for diabetes

At least every 3 years

Type 2 diabetes

All men with prediabetes

Every year

Hepatitis C

Men at increased risk for infection – talk with your healthcare provider

At routine exams (All men age 50 to 70 should be tested once for hepatitis C.)

High cholesterol and triglycerides

All adults

At least every 5 years

Lung cancer

Adults age 55 to 80 who have smoked

Yearly screening in smokers with 30 pack-year history of smoking or who quit within 15 years

Prostate cancer

Starting at age 45

At routine exams

Syphilis

Anyone at increased risk for infection

At routine exams

Vision

All adults3

Check with your healthcare provider for exam frequency

Disclaimer: These are basic and generalized guidelines to help you lead a healthier life and for the prevention of diseases. In no way does this replace the consultation or advice of a licensed and qualified medical practitioner. You are you hereby advised to consult with your physician or other health-care professional prior to making any decisions, taking or not taking any actions related to any health care problem or issue you might have at any time, now or in the future. Bose Clinic, Bose Diagnostic Centre or any of the practicing medical professionals at Bose Clinic or at Bose Diagnostic Centre are not in any way responsible or liable for your personal healthcare decision taken by you or in conjunction with any medical practitioner. Health research, diagnosis and treatment of health disorders are constantly changing and you should be aware that the information contained on this Web site, or on any health care website may be outdated, incomplete or incorrect.

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