India is increasingly becoming recognized as a leader in healthcare and technology. Tuberculosis (TB) is a bacterial disease that occurs throughout the world and can be deadly if not properly treated. While most who have latent TB never become sick, about 5-10% of those who have latent TB will become sick with it. The most high-risk populations are young children, people who have been infected for more than two years, people with HIV, and those with immune deficiencies.
India has been fighting against TB, including transmitted drug-resistant TB, for years. While India has the highest burden of TB, medical professionals also well-equipped to treat TB and offer a comprehensive treatment plan. Qunomedical is partnered with top medical professionals in India who are ready to diagnose and treat individuals who have tuberculosis.
Medical professionals in India are fighting to provide TB treatment to people from all walks of life and all socioeconomic backgrounds.In 2010, India adopted a comprehensive TB treatment plan under the DOTS-Plus Guidelines. DOTS ensures that patients receive their daily TB medications while supervised by trained DOTS agent. DOTS agents do not prescribe medication but are there to ensure it is received.
India is also well-known for its natural healing techniques. Yoga, meditation, and Ayurvedic treatments are all sought-after alternative or additional sources of physical and mental healing popular throughout India. There are also plenty of low-cost, low-physical impact sight-seeing opportunities to check out while visiting India.