Webinar on
Illness to Wellness
“Digestive Health In COVID–19 Era”

28 October, 2020 ,

About Event



Illness to Wellness
is an innovative way and comprehensive approach to cascade awareness about wellness campaign, to address preventive healthcare management, and to promote health, hygiene, and well-being of people. We are immensely pleased to mention that ASSOCHAM recently organized the webinars under this campaign where renowned medical experts addressed the various session on different topics.

In Continuation of this campaign, ASSOCHAM is organizing next webinar on “Illness to Wellness – Digestive Health In COVID–19 Era”.
The digestive system is a group of organs that work together to transform the food we eat into the energy and nutrients our body needs for growth and repair. It also includes vital organs like Liver & Pancreas- Liver being a potent chemical factory which synthesizes lots of essential substances for continuation of healthy life and detoxifies most of the waste generated by working of body’s various systems, Pancreas is an important organ related to energy regulation and storage. Every organ and part in our body, ranging from hormones to heart, needs the nutrients from the digestive process to work properly and perfectly. Other than this, the organs of digestive tract have multiple functions like secretion of hormones and other vital substances to regulate metabolism and immunity. Healthy digestion is the prerequisite and most important fundamental aspects of overall health and well-being of a person.

Digestive diseases are amongst the most prevalent health conditions across the globe. The outbreak of COVID–19 is potently threatening the global public health as this pandemic has a deep negative effect on overall physical, mental, and especially digestive health which further weakens our immunity system as well.  Generally, the corona virus patients are mostly afflicted with the symptoms of fever, cough, and respiratory illness, however, this virus also affect the digestive system very badly causing diarrhoea, vomiting, and abdominal pain, etc. In some cases, digestive symptoms appear prior to respiratory symptoms and have been linked to worst outcomes.

The COVID–19 pandemic has brought the whole idea of health especially digestive health and immunity at the centre-stage. The healthy digestive system strongly prevents from all viruses and infections especially COVID–19, the most potent and dangerous virus. The digestive symptoms must be treated with caution in the early stage to reduce the higher risk of the complications and mortality.

With an objective to cascade mass awareness and disseminate knowledge and wisdom about preventive and curative measures for an improved digestive health to lead a longer, healthier and prosperous life during current scenario, ASSOCHAM is organizing a webinar on “Illness to Wellness – Digestive Health In COVID–19 Era” scheduled on Wednesday, 28th October, 2020 from 11.00 am to 12.30 pm.

Invited Speakers
1. (Padma Shri) Dr. (Prof.) D.K. Bhargava, Senior Consultant, Gastroenterology & Hepatology, Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi and Former Professor of Gastroenterology, AIIMS New Delhi
2.    (Padma Shri) Dr. Saumitra Rawat, Chairman and Head, Surgical Gastroenterology & Liver Transplant, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi
3.    Dr. Vasudevan K. R. , Sr. Consultant & Head Liver Transplantation & G.I. Surgery, Institute of Gastroenterology & Liver Transplant, PSRI Hospital
4.    Dr. Rajesh Kesari, Founder and Director, Total Care Control
5.    Mr. Anil Rajput, Chairperson, ASSOCHAM CSR Council

In view of importance of the subject, we are pleased to cordially invite you to attend this webinar. For Free registration, please click the following link:
 
After registration, you will receive a confirmation email containing information and details about joining the webinar. Prior registration is mandatory. Participants may send their questions on sandeep.jain@assocham.com in advance.  We shall appreciate your kind consideration and an early confirmation for the program.
 
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