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Abbott to upgrade 75 Primary Health Centres across India, care to...

Abbott has partnered with Americares India Foundation to upgrade 75 Primary Health Centres (PHCs) to Health and Wellness Centres (HWCs) across nine states in India

Abbott hosts Global a:care Congress 2022 to unlock insights on medicine...

The India-specific sessions uncovered regional challenges and myths of non-adherence, with leading experts including Dr Shashank Joshi and Dr Agam Vora  

Abbott launches Grow Right 2.0 highlighting the right M-E-A-N-S to help...

Indian parents remain concerned about after-effects of the pandemic on their children as they begin returning to a normal lifestyle, reveals a new Abbott-Momspresso survey

Abbott launches HBsAg Next Assay in India to accelerate Hepatitis B...

The next-generation qualitative assay solution supports earlier and enhanced detection of the Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) to help improve healthcare outcomes

World Pneumonia Day: Testing a crucial step to enhancing disease care

Timely diagnosis, such as through point-of-care rapid testing, can quickly guide targeted treatment delivery by care providers, enabling better patient outcomes. This is the key to enhanced pneumonia patient care............................

Abbott to host first global Congress on medication adherence & behavioural...

From October 20th-21st, 2021, the organization is convening world-renowned experts across therapeutic areas to share their knowledge, experiences and insights about adherence

Abbott introduces room temp stable Carbetocin for Postpartum Haemorrhage in India

The novel, room-temperature-stable (RTS), single-dose formulation will address prevailing challenges with existing protocols that require cold-chain storage and transportation...................

Abbott launches new device for premature babies with heart defects in...

First and only minimally invasive, transcatheter treatment specifically approved for premature babies with patent ductus, a life-threatening opening in their heart (a common congenital defect).............................

Abbott researchers find rare group of people with controlled HIV who...

A study of more than 10,000 people identifies a rare group with controlled HIV in the Democratic Republic of Congo, suggesting additional research could uncover links between natural virus suppression and future treatments........................

Pan-India study shows young Indians aged 18-30 years are most affected...

A pan-India study underscores that 77% of the population tested showed deficiency and the prevalence is highest in adults aged 18-30 years (81.2%)....................