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Happy Doctor’s Day!

What is brain Tumour?

A brain tumour is a group of abnormal cells in the brain. Primary brain tumours start in the brain and can be either benign or malignant. In most parts of the body, a benign tumour is not as serious as a malignant tumour. In the brain, both benign and malignant tumours can be serious and possibly life threatening.

બાળકો માં એન્જીયોપ્લાસ્ટી અથવા કેથેતર આધારિત પ્રોસીઝર કેટલી સુરક્ષિત છે? આ પ્રોસીઝર ના ફાયદા ક્યા છે?

બાળકો માં એન્જીયોપ્લાસ્ટી અથવા કેથેતર આધારિત ઈન્ટરવેન્શેન શું છે ?


COOKING TIME: 10 minutes
• ½ cup wheat flour
• ½ cup jowar flour
• A pinch of asafoetida
• ½ cup dhuli moong dal-soaked for 1 hour
• ½ tsp cumin seeds
• ¼ tsp turmeric powder
• ½ tsp chilli powder
• 2 tbsp coriander chopped
• ½ tsp saunf
• 4 tsp oil
• Salt to taste
• 1 tsp ghee
• Sieve the floor and knead to a soft dough by adding enough water. Keep aside.
• Drain the dal and cook in 1 cup of water.
• Heat 2 tsp oil in a pan, add the cumin seeds, asafoetida, let the seeds crackle, add the cooked dal, salt turmeric powder, chilli powder and mix well.
• Add coriander chopped and saunf and mix well.
• Divide the dough into equal circles.
• Make half roti out of a dough and fill it will 1 spoon of the filling. Roll it again and make the paratha.
• Heat the tawa and bake the paratha. Repeat with others.
• Serve hot with raita or pudina chutney.

International Yoga Day celebrated at CIMS Hospital

Monsoon Mistakes you should Avoid this Season

Carry necessary items which protect you from rain:

Do not walk out of your house without an umbrella, raincoat or other rainy gears. It might be possible that there is sun light in the morning but it might not be dry throughout the day.
Eating fried foods: A hot cup of tea with pakora or bhajiyas is a perfect dish for monsoon evening. But this can lead to gastronomical complications and you may suffer from acidity.
Skipping exercise: One of the best excuses during rain is to skip exercise and rest inside the blanket. This makes your body vulnerable to infections and allergies. If hitting the gym is not an option, go for a stroll in the park all covered up, and watch your steps.
Drinking less water: Do not skip drinking enough water during monsoons, humidity might lead to dehydration of your body. One should drink at least 5 liters water per day.
Oversleeping or sleeping less: Due to drop in temperature either we oversleep or sleep less. It can lead to low immunity, indigestion and general fatigue. So make sure you don’t change your sleep routine.
Being careless about personal hygiene: Personal hygiene is not limited to washing your hands, you have to clean your feet too with soap or an antibacterial solution, in case you step into a puddle.
Eating a heavy meal: Eating heavy meals lead to a dip in the metabolic rate giving rise to indigestion, acidity and other gastric problems. So avoid having a lavish dinner at night and keep it simple.
Missing multivitamins: Not everyone needs multivitamins, but in case you are prescribed to take them don’t miss your pills, at least not during monsoons. You will need all those antioxidants to fight the bacterial strains in the atmosphere and stay healthy, especially your B-complex tablets.
Ignoring signs of infection: Conjunctivitis and ear infections are way too common during monsoon both in children and adults. So don’t delay visiting a doctor if you notice the early signs of it.


Earlier elbow replacement was carried out for patients whose joints had been severely damaged due to Rheumatoid Arthritis. They are still the most benefitted due to this surgery. In younger and more active people, early failure of the mechanism is much more likely; therefore, it is recommended for people older than 60 years of age.

Why MSG is bad for you

Monosodium glutamate (MSG) is a flavor enhancer which is widely used in Chinese food, canned vegetables, soups and processed meats. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has classified MSG as a food ingredient that’s “generally recognized as safe,” but its use remains controversial. Due to this reason, when MSG is added to food, the FDA requires that it be listed on the label.
MSG has been used as a food additive for decades. Over the years, the FDA has received many anecdotal reports of adverse reactions to foods containing MSG. These reactions — known as MSG symptom complex — include:
• Headache
• Flushing
• Sweating
• Facial pressure or tightness
• Numbness, tingling or burning in the face, neck and other areas
• Rapid, fluttering heartbeats (heart palpitations)
• Chest pain
• Nausea
• Weakness

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CIMS GlobL Healthcare Excellence Awards 2018

October 30, 2018
CIMS Family is honoured to be the recipient of “Among Best Hospital (Cardiology & Oncology) in Gujarat” on October 27, 2018 at the “Prime Time Global Healthcare Excellence Awards 2018”, New Delhi. A very special thanks to our CIMS Staff for their commitment and the patients who have always trusted us. CIMS GlobL Healthcare Excellence Awards 2018

CIMS Hospital has been awarded the Certificate of Excellence as the Best Multispecialty Hospital in Gujarat

August 31, 2018
We proudly announce that CIMS Hospital has been awarded the Certificate of Excellence as the Best Multispecialty Hospital in Gujarat at the International Healthcare Awards, 2018 held in Delhi. The Award is a testimony to the hard work and dedication of the entire CIMS Family which has inspired trust in us leading to rising patient volumes.

Renal Transplant (CIMS/RIC/2018/09) on 15/05/2018

May 15, 2018
Renal Transplant is done on 15/05/2018, which was approved by Hospital based Ethical committee and Government Authorization committee. Relationship between Donor and Recipient : Wife - Husband

CIMS Heart Transplant Team completes another successful Heart Transplant on 06-02-2018, 5th row in a short term.

February 8, 2018