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Providing people-centric high-tech solutions

ARTPARK at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, developed an AI-driven platform that helped in the interpretation of images sent over WhatsApp, thus bringing about early interventions through rapid screening of COVID 19

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............................

DCGI approves India’s first indigenous pneumonia vaccine by Serum Institute

On 14th July, 2020, Serum Institute of India, Pune has been granted permission to manufacture domestically developed first Pneumococcal Polysaccharide Conjugate Vaccine

Indian MedTech innovation to reduce mortality rate of pneumonia affected ICU...

VAPCare from InnAccel is the first device of its kind in the world and automates today’s manual process of secretion clearance and oral cleansing performed by nurses..................

PM praises immunization programme, says it’s close to my heart

While addressing the Partners' Forum 2018 at New Delhi, the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi appreciated the gathering to discuss and deliberate ways to improve the health and well-being of mothers and children...……….

Save the Children releases call to action on Pneumonia, aims to...

Save the Children has launched a global report on Pneumonia – Fighting for Breath – A call to action on childhood Pneumonia..........

Protecting the protector’s hands!

The protection from radiation during image guided procedures is an absolute necessity to keep safe the hands of surgeons that save our lives, writes Satyaki Banerjee..........

Govt launches Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine under UIP

The pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV) protects children against severe forms of pneumococcal disease, such as pneumonia and meningitis...........