A Moment Called Life

by: Piush Choudhry

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About the author
Dr. Piush Choudhry did his MBBS from King George’s Medical College Lucknow in 1993 and completed his internship training at Civil Hospital, Lucknow. Then worked on a project ‘Desynchronisation of Alpha Rhythm in Brain Waves’ in 1995-96 at Computational Brain Facility Centre, Cognitive Neuroscience Unit, Westmead Hospital, Sydney, Australia. After completion, he began post graduation in Master of Surgery at M.S.Ramaiah Medical and Teaching Hospital in 1997, Bengaluru and completed the surgical training in 2000. He joined Batra Hospital and Medical Research Centre, New Delhi in 2001. In 2003 he was a visiting surgeon to the university of Erlangen-Nurnberg, Germany and a member of European Association of Endoscopic Surgeons. He also worked in Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, Indian Spinal Injuries Centre, was a Surgical Trainee at All India Institute of Medical Sciences and was attached to other hospitals in New Delhi. Since August 2010 he is working in his hospital at Shahjahanpur(U.P.).

About the book
In a sequel to the book ‘Doctors the Living,’ real-life events have been described and an analysis of the Indian healthcare system has been performed, while discussing the possible integration of newer methodology for improved healthcare, with the intent to facilitate the improvement of our healthcare system by identifying the causative factors that are a hindrance to efficient healthcare delivery. The chapters of the book ‘Doctors the Living’ have been taken as checkpoints and explained as either being true or false while ascertaining that the identity of characters is not revealed. For each moment that we cherish living and conditioning ourselves for the next one, myriad of possibilities that surround us, to a technology savvy future that awaits us, different and newer concepts are introduced to prepare for the next moment called life.

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Author's Name

Piush Choudhry

Publication Date

July 15, 2019




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