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My son's soul can now rest in peace, says Ravindra Patil's mother (Page 9)

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Posted: 07 May 2015 at 12:24pm | IP Logged
Double faced shitty celebrities.
Imagine the extent of pressure and terror this mother must have faced to abandon her own son

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Posted: 07 May 2015 at 12:37pm | IP Logged
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Tuberculosis is a bacterial disease which is caused by a very resistant pathogen once it gets in our body. It can lay dormant for years (latent TB) before flaring into active TB showing the appropriate symptoms. Some people develop active disease faster than others. Any thing that compromises the immune system can worsen existent TB conditions or cause active TB to manifest itself. I am sure being in jail and being malnourished did this man no favors as far as is condition goes. Another point to be made is people who live or work in prisons are at a higher risk of catching TB due to the crowded and unsanitary conditions..so it's possible that this poor man caught the disease while going to prison for saying the truth..



Catching TB ain't that hard. Even the hospital staff are at higher risk of catching TB or even traveling to any of the 3rd world countries. Dormant TB ain't as devastating. It's when it flares up + no treatment or delayed treatment that makes a bigger difference to one's prognosis.


I disagree with the statement -catching TB ain't that hard. It is not that communicable a disease such as influenza or meningitis. TB requires close and repeated exposures to infected sputum or air droplets..that's why people who live in close proximity and in confined areas are at higher risk. Hospital staff are at risk yes but are monitored regularly. I work at a hospital but not directly with patients and am required to undergo PPD test every year..
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Posted: 07 May 2015 at 12:47pm | IP Logged
Rip mr. Patil..poor guy

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Posted: 07 May 2015 at 12:50pm | IP Logged
poor man kept running and hiding to save his life but paid his life 

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Posted: 07 May 2015 at 1:03pm | IP Logged
After reading this I can't believe a person like Salman Khan is being supported by the entire Bollywood industry!!
Shame on these people whom we are idolizing and admiring like crazy
Are the people who are non celebs so insignificant in this country? Isn't the life of every person supposed to equally important?
How can people justify this by saying that Salman saved lives by doing charity...He can save 1000 more lives but that doesnt change the fact that he did kill one of them 

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Posted: 07 May 2015 at 1:10pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Fiery-Phoenix

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I disagree with the statement -catching TB ain't that hard. It is not that communicable a disease such as influenza or meningitis. TB requires close and repeated exposures to infected sputum or air droplets..that's why people who live in close proximity and in confined areas are at higher risk. Hospital staff are at risk yes but are monitored regularly. I work at a hospital but not directly with patients and am required to undergo PPD test every year..


Of course the statement was to be taken more in the context with the discussion at hand and i.e India. In US, precautions and measures are way better than let's say India or any other 3rd world country. I work with patients and the fact that we have to be completely off for about a year if proven positive for active TB and the fact that everyone regardless have to undergo PPD testing, shows the kinda precautions we have here, not necessary the same everywhere. The reason why TB is less prevalent in the western counterparts than in developing and 3rd world countries. I don't have any article on hand, but I am sure a big chunk of population in India has dormant TB.  So yes, there is a higher chance of catching TB down there. My statement may be a bit lose but not completely incorrect going by the discussion at hand. But I'll gladly agree to disagree if you think so otherwise.
 


Yes, most people in india do have dormant TB and it flares up as per the immunity of the patient and other factors involved.

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Posted: 07 May 2015 at 1:20pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Fiery-Phoenix

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I disagree with the statement -catching TB ain't that hard. It is not that communicable a disease such as influenza or meningitis. TB requires close and repeated exposures to infected sputum or air droplets..that's why people who live in close proximity and in confined areas are at higher risk. Hospital staff are at risk yes but are monitored regularly. I work at a hospital but not directly with patients and am required to undergo PPD test every year..


Of course the statement was to be taken more in the context with the discussion at hand and i.e India. In US, precautions and measures are way better than let's say India or any other 3rd world country. I work with patients and the fact that we have to be completely off for about a year if proven positive for active TB and the fact that everyone regardless have to undergo PPD testing, shows the kinda precautions we have here, not necessary the same everywhere. The reason why TB is less prevalent in the western counterparts than in developing and 3rd world countries. I don't have any article on hand, but I am sure a big chunk of population in India has dormant TB.  So yes, there is a higher chance of catching TB down there. My statement may be a bit lose but not completely incorrect going by the discussion at hand. But I'll gladly agree to disagree if you think so otherwise.

Well I am glad to have an actual sensible discussion on IF after a long time even though it is not directly bollywood related...Wink You could be right about the statistics about dormant TB but the 50% sounds really high. I lived in India for almost 10 years and I never caught it and don't now of anyone else in my area or college who did. But this is of course my personal experience not a population study.
I could be wrong however, I am sure the rates of transmission is definitely higher there than anywhere else..
 

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