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Healthcare workers in high demand yet not easy to fill such...

It turns out that many of the hardest-to-fill healthcare roles are quite advanced, with the majority being doctor roles....................

Chennai surgeon develops India’s first 3D printed heart valve

The scope of using 3D printing to design new heart valves that could overcome these problems related to artificial heart valves was proposed by Chennai-based Heart Surgeon, Dr. Sanjay Cherian...........................

World Kidney Day: 40% of kidney transplant patients at Apollo are...

The upsurge in chronic kidney diseases in people below 30 years of age, Delay in treatment of fluctuating BP along with sedentary lifestyle reported as key risk factors.....................

Medanta appoints leading Robotic Thoracic Surgeon, Dr Arvind Kumar

As per the leading private hospital, Dr. Arvind Kumar along with his team of four consultant chest surgeons will help strengthen its cohort driven approach of providing end-to-end diagnosis and treatment for thoracic diseases.....................

New technique developed by Indian doctors to improve treatment of Ptosis

Surgery imperative for children below 5 years of age to prevent permanent visual impairment...………...

Orthopaedic surgeon Dr Raju Vaishya gets prestigious Dr B C Roy...

The award was given away in the inaugural function of 63rd Annual Medical Conference of IMA, Madhya Pradesh organized on 27th and 28th October 2018 at Jabalpaur………..

Using liquid biopsy to monitor colorectal cancer

In this co-authored column, Dr Sudhir Borgonha, Chief Medical Officer, Strand Life Sciences and Dr Shabnam Bashir, Associate Consultant Oncosurgery explain the significance of liquid biopsy to track colorectal cancer...........

Transplant surgeons call for national awareness campaign on hand donation

India has the capability and skills required to emerge as a center of excellence in hand transplants, but there is an acute shortage of donors due to lack of awareness and reluctance of families of potential donors..............

India revises the definition of blindness

The definition of blindness has been changed in consonance with the definition of blindness used by WHO for global comparison........