Amazing Facts

10 Amazing Facts

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Man who never missed his monthly target for the last 19.5 yrs.

Mr. Shankar M of Kollam H.Q., Kerala, working as a Medical Representative in Zydus. The organization set him a tight sales target, which he exceeded with a 127.59% achievement. Since then, he has never missed his regular monthly targets for the last 19.5 years & made a Limca book of records.

Ophthalmologist who performed 224 cataract surgeries in Day

Dr. Atul Sureshbhai Badiani practicing at Rajkot & performed 224 cataract surgeries by stich-less phaco-emulsification technique within 11.15 hrs at Shri Ranchhoddasji Bapu Charitable Hospital.

Anti-allergy drive-by Dr Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd.

Grandera Division of Dr Reddy’s completed a patients awareness campaign with the name of “Go All Out”. They touched 5,025 doctors & 57,245 patients across Dermatology, Paediatrics & ENT specialities. Their intent was to educate patients with the help of doctors on the Do’s & Don’ts of Allergy management. Each doctor conducted 30 mins session on allergy management, engaging 10 of his patients using posters and patient education material on how to avoid allergens.

One family donates 36 eyes

One family of Indore that is Ramnani family has a record in eye donations. Over the last 29 years, 18 pairs of eyes were donated through the Lions Club of Neemuch. It was started many year before when Dr Jairamdas Ramnani saw many people from his village in need of corneas for restoring their vision. Then he decided to donate his eyes after death & set the example in May 1987 by donating his eyes. After that other members of the family followed the same, even women of this family were not behind & donated 8 pairs of eyes.

First IVF baby

Baby Harsha was born to Mani & Shyami Chawda on 6th August 1986 by in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer (IVF-ET) method. This method was used after three years of research by Dr Indira Hinduja of King Edward Memorial Hospital and Seth Gordhandas Suderdas Medical College, Mumbai.

First Online Clinic

Homoeopath Dr Mukesh Batra set up Dr Batra's Positive Health Clinic at Mumbai, Maharashtra, in 1982, which has now expanded to 15 branches across Indian cities and abroad. He went online in 1997, which made him the first online medical consultant in the country. The clinic at Mumbai now has over one lakh case studies in its database.

First Medical College in India

The first medical college in India is Medical College and Hospital, Kolkata, commonly referred to as Calcutta Medical College. It was established on 28th January 1835 by Lord William Bentinck, the Governor-General of India at that time.

How stethoscope was invented

More than two hundred years ago, Laennec, a young French physician, invented the stethoscope in 1816 in Paris. He was not comfortable placing his ear directly onto a woman's chest to listen to her heartbeat; therefore, he used a long, rolled paper tube to travel the sound from the patient's chest to his ear without direct physical contact with patients. This is the way first stethoscope was invented.

It is commonly used to listen to the sounds made by the heart, lungs, intestines, and blood flow in arteries and veins. It is also used in measuring blood pressure in combination with a manual sphygmomanometer.

The word stethoscope is derived from two Greek words: stethos (chest) and skopein (to view or see)

Stethoscope becomes a symbol of healthcare professionals & medical students feel proud to wear it.

List of 7 big corporate hospitals in India


Name of Hospital

Number of Beds


Fortis Healthcare Ltd



Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd.



Narayana Health



Manipal Group of Hospitals



Aravind Eye Hospitals



Care Hospitals



Max Hospitals


Taken admission in MBBS at the age of 64

If the intention is steely, then age is just a number. A 64-year-old man from Odisha has proved something similar. Despite all odds, this man fulfilled his dream and enrolled in MBBS at the age of 64. Jai Kishore Pradhan has taken admission at the Veer Surendra Sai Institute of Medical Science and Research (Wimsar) in Burla, Odisha. After retiring in 2016 from the bank, he prepared for NEET & sat in the entrance exam and succeeded. After training as a doctor, he desires to provide free medical treatment to the poor because he doesn’t want to pursue this degree as a profession.

The story of Mr. Jai Kishore Pradhan is no less than a motivation for all of us.


Book: Limca Book of Record, 2017 Edition

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