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Lupus is a chronic autoimmune disease that affects the immune system: Dr. Satyam Bhatt

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15 May 23
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Lupus is a chronic autoimmune disease that affects the immune system: Dr. Satyam Bhatt

Lupus is a disease that affects our heart, joints, lungs, hair as well as the face. The risk of this disease is more in women from adolescence to 30 years of age. This week is celebrated worldwide as World Lupus Week. The purpose of celebrating this is to make people aware of this disease.
In the same sequence, during World Lupus Week at Geetanjali Medical College and Hospital, an awareness talk was organized by Dr. Satyam Bhatt, clinical immunologist and rheumatologist, which Dr. Satyam said that "The theme of World Lupus Day, 'Make Lupus Visible' is a great opportunity for this temporary disease." This is a powerful effort to raise awareness and remind people of the challenges faced by people living with lupus. 
he also pointed out that lupus is a stable autoimmune disease that affects the immune system. It can affect any body part, but it can be stopped by giving treatment at the right time. In this disease, prolonged fever, tiredness, pain in the joints and muscles, butterfly-shaped rashes on the nose and cheeks, and loss of hair. There are symptoms such as hair loss, restlessness, swelling of the feet, etc. To prevent this, sun protection or using sunscreen and medicines should be taken per the doctor's advice.
Lupus and other autoimmune diseases are continuously being successfully treated in Geetanjali Medical College and Hospital's clinical immunologist and rheumatologist departments.
Geetanjali Medical College and Hospital has been providing all world-class services under one roof for the last 16 years and has been setting records in the medical field; the doctors and staff working in Geetanjali Hospital are always ready to treat every patient coming to Geetanjali Hospital. |
 


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