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BD-India organizes discussion on ‘Hospital Acquired Infections’

Dr Victor Rosenthal, a distinguished expert on nosocomial infections, discussed the facts of health-economies in Hospital-Acquired Infections prevention, acquired from healthcare facilities through hospital staff, patients, contaminated equipment and linen, among other factors...................

Experts assert the need to manage Parkinson’s with advanced solutions

Innovations in DBS systems are giving impetus to the fight against Parkinson’s................

HCAH introduces upskilling courses for nurses & physiotherapists

The home healthcare company says its internationally accredited course helps general nurses to acquire critical care skills in 6 months, the time is one-fourth of the time taken by hospitals...................

65% counsellors believe students not aware of mental illnesses: Fortis Study

Fortis Mental Health Program conducts a survey to ascertain the need for mental health curriculum in schools. Search engines and social media were reported as a preferred source of information for students about mental health................

Rare disease patients’ never-ending ordeal

Rare disease patients awaiting treatment despite sanction of 3 Crore rupees fund from the Karnataka Government...…………...

Fortis organizes awareness initiative on hospital-acquired infections

Preventing hospital-acquired infections and addressing Antibiotic Resistance is a major focus at PANFORAnIC, a Fortis initiative. Two-day conclave calls upon behavioural change and effective clinical practices to strengthen infection prevention & control for better patient care...………...

Tomotherapy is all about precision & efficiency

With Tomotherapy, physicians can adjust the size, shape and intensity of the radiation beam to accurately target the size, shape and location of the patient's tumor, writes Dr S Hukku, Senior Consultant & Chairman, Radiation Oncology, BLK Super Speciality Hospital...……...

Central govt to bear 60% cost of setting up tertiary care...

The maximum permissible assistance for State Cancer Institutes (SCIs) is Rs 120 crores and for Tertiary Care Cancer Centres (TCCCs) is Rs 45 crores in different parts of the country............…..

A leadless pacemaker successfully implanted in a patient at Fortis Hospital

The doctors went ahead with the miniature, leadless cardiac pacemaker, post confirming no contraindications exist for device implantation..........

21.63% of Delhiites are diabetic: Metropolis survey

1,98,689 sample data was compiled and studied by Metropolis Healthcare and it was found that 20% people have ‘poor control’ in managing diabetes...……….