Terms & Conditions: For fixing an appointment with Dr. Sanjay Chugh or with a counsellor from Dr. Sanjay Chugh’s Neuropsychiatry Clinic, you must agree to these terms and conditions before you proceed to seek an appointment and make a payment.
All payments are to be made in advance. Once you seek an appointment, an executive will get in touch with you and send you an online payment link.
The Appointment will only be confirmed after the complete payment has been received.
Cancellations: Appointments may be cancelled by either the Client or by Dr. Chugh’s Clinic through this platform at least Twenty-Four Hours in advance. Full refund of the entire amount that has been received by us will be credited to your account in case you cancel your appointment with more than Twenty-Four Hours to go for the scheduled appointment. This will not include the Service Charges, Credit card charges or Taxes, if any.
No cancellations by the Client shall be allowed within Twenty-Four Hours of the scheduled appointment. If such cancellation occurs, you will be charged in full without exception.
If the Client gets late for an appointment, the session will only be for the remainder of the scheduled time.
The refund will be made by Cheque or credited back to the Card that was used to make the payment.
If an appointment is cancelled by Dr. Chugh’s clinic with less than 24 hours to go, you will get the full refund back, including the Service Charges or Taxes. You may then seek a fresh appointment, which will not be charged.
An epidemic is defined as the rapid spread of a pathogen within a defined population or demographic. This can be due to a number of reasons, such as a change in the immunity to an existing pathogen within the respective population, or the introduction of a new 'novel pathogen' into a demographic.
Epidemic occurrences are opposed to endemic ones, which are defined as being well-established within their respective populations
These phenomena are the field of expertise of the best epidemiologists in India. Their research and study of cases of epidemic diseases and infections helps to build an ever-increasing knowledge of how epidemics are introduced into their target population, take root, and spread exponentially.
The ability for the healthcare industry to prepare for and even possibly predict future outbreaks are dependant on the best epidemiology doctors in India to learn from epidemics of the past.
The amount of variables involved makes the study of epidemic disease cases one of the most complex areas of study there is. Therefor, the best epidemiologists in India concern themselves with multiple aspects of epidemic diseases, including;
comparisons of treatment effects achieved in clinical trials
The resulting data obtained in epidemiologist clinics is used to inform how communities are educated and informed on issues relating to their susceptibility to epidemic diseases and thus minimise the risk of a disease being able to take root and spread.
In India, many epidemiologists work outside the field of direct, hands-on research and are employed in areas such as governmental boards that inform public health policy.
The best epidemiologists in India will be familiar with the history of epidemic diseases in India, which include;
2015 - swine flu outbreak (influenza virus subtype H1N1),
2014 – jaundice outbreak (hepatitis E and hepatitis A),
2013 – ebola outbreak,
2012 – middle-east respiratory syndrome
2009 – Gujarat hepatitis B outbreak,
2008 – cholera outbreak
2006 – Chikungunya virus outbreak
2006 – dengue fever outbreak
2006 – malaria outbreak