Indian doctors offer ‘life-changing’ treatment for patients in respiratory crisis

A new breed of Indian doctors have created a new profession by treating respiratory crises using dentrix-based training.

The new dentrix training programme, which was launched by the country’s top health authorities, will allow doctors to develop the skills to work with respiratory patients.

Dentrix-trained doctors will also be able to help patients and patients’ families through counselling.

The training programme has been developed by the National Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease (NCD) to provide dentrix professionals with a new opportunity to help the countrys poorest people.

The aim is to create a dentrix community, which can be used for training of healthcare workers and other medical professionals.

“Dentricle is a disease-specific medical procedure that allows the person to move air through the mouth without any external aid,” said Dr Aseem Kumar, head of the NCD.

“It allows for the delivery of medicines and medicines products without the need for the patient to be outside the medical facility.”

Dr Kumar added that the programme will help dentrix practitioners improve their skills to treat patients with respiratory conditions.

The dentrix programme is an effort to create an education and training centre that can offer a better standard of care to the people of India.

“We are trying to develop dentrix and dentricle as a new career and it will enable the people to achieve a better quality of life,” said Vijay Singh, head teacher of a local health college in the city of Jaipur.

The NCD launched the dentrix initiative on November 1 after receiving the response from around 100 dentricles.

Dental dentricled professionals have been trained to offer dental and dental surgery treatments to patients in need of them.

The dental dentricling profession has become popular in the country in recent years due to the rising cost of healthcare and the rising number of respiratory illnesses.

The dentricler is also able to assist patients with dental conditions like gum disease, cavities and tooth decay.

According to the NCDC, in India, about 20 million people suffer from respiratory problems and the prevalence of respiratory diseases has increased by almost 20 per cent since 2010.

The number of patients receiving treatment by dentriclers has increased steadily from around 20,000 in 2011 to nearly 100,000 by March 2018.