The world is changing.
The world of healthcare is changing too.
But doctors who are diagnosing, treating and diagnosing people with Down Syndrome have always been relegated to the back room.
But now, as more people are diagnosed, treated and diagnosed with the condition, doctors like Dr. Ravi Sharma are beginning to become prominent in the industry.
Dr. Sharma, who heads the Diagnostic and Statistical Analysis Unit at the National Institute of Mental Health in New Delhi, is a leader in diagnosing and treating people with the syndrome.
“This is a new age,” Sharma says.
“It’s like the new era of medicine where you have an algorithm to diagnose and treat, which has become more and more sophisticated.”
Sharma, whose father is a medical doctor, says he believes that it’s only a matter of time before people with DSS start making their mark in the healthcare industry.
Sharma says DSS patients with autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, autism, and schizophrenia are often diagnosed differently from other patients. “
They have different brain pathways and different brain functions,” he says.
Sharma says DSS patients with autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, autism, and schizophrenia are often diagnosed differently from other patients.
“I’ve seen many cases where DSS is not a big problem,” he said.
We just know that they are affected by this condition. “
In the case of DSS, we don’t know the specific cause of their illness.
Sharma is one of the few doctors to diagnose DSS in a hospital setting, and is the only doctor to do so in a non-government setting. “
We don’t think it is a disease but rather a condition,” he added.
Sharma is one of the few doctors to diagnose DSS in a hospital setting, and is the only doctor to do so in a non-government setting.
Sharma has been working with patients for almost two decades.
He says he started his career in the early 1980s in the pediatric division of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
He says Dss patients have different needs.
“One thing is to provide a medical service, and another thing is a social service,” he explains.
I have treated many cases of people with autism who are not well-mannered,” he adds. “
Many of the people that I treat are very well-behaved.
I have treated many cases of people with autism who are not well-mannered,” he adds.
The first DSS patient Sharma treated in the 1970s, he says, had a high IQ, but was “a typical kid who didn’t want to play sports and didn’t speak.”
Sharma says people with ADHD have different symptoms and needs, and he believes there are also differences in the brains.
“There are many different types of Ds, and we treat them according to the severity of their disorder,” he explained.
“What is different about the Ds is that their brains are very different.
There is a large part of the brain which is very different to normal brains, and they also have a very large part which is not as active.”
Sharma believes that DSS can be treated in many different ways.
“The problem is, we have very few specialists with expertise in this area.
They need to learn to diagnose patients differently, to work with them differently, and also to see them differently,” he noted.
“Some of them are very smart, but they are also not very experienced.
They don’t understand how to deal with people with disabilities.”
Sharma also says that a lot more work needs to be done on DSS diagnosis.
“To find out what the cause is, how do we identify and treat it?
How do we do it in a humane way?” he asked.
“A lot of research needs to go on to understand the different brain types.
And then we have to study the differences between the brain structures and the different types,” he concluded.