The students built the machine at an expense of Rs 6,000 as against the Rs 4,00,000-worth CPR device found in hospitals.
It affects the bloodstream and is highly infectious, transmitting to low immunity patients in ICUs. In India, as many as 200 cases have been reported in hospitals in the last two years alone.
In an interview to Moneycontrol, Ameera Shah, Managing Director of Metropolis said the company will continue to be on fast pace expansion, and doubling market share in five focus cities and eight seeding cities.
The study was conducted by researchers at University of New South Wales in Sydney, Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research, Kinghorn Cancer Centre, Liverpool Cancer Therapy Centre in Australia and International Agency for Research on Cancer, Lyon.
The party promises full immunization coverage for all the children and pregnant women by 2022.
To replace Dr Nachiket Mor, who held this position for the past three years and resigned last month to return to his prior work as a donor and investor in India’s development sector, with a special focus on health system design.
The interest cost of the loan is borne by Aster DM Healthcare for patients who are struck by sudden illness or accidents and do not have availability of sufficient money.
The health department of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation last month inspected several stalls on roadsides here selling lemonade, sugarcane juice and ice pops.
US has been waging a war against drugs, pharmaceutical companies and their executives who are pushing these drugs to doctors through inducements.
India has been clubbed along with countries such as Algeria, Argentina, Chile, China, Indonesia, Kuwait, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Ukraine and Venezuela in the USTR Priority Watch List.
Implants developed in India often do not match up to the international standards.
A community’s future depends on the health of its citizens, particularly its children.
The United Nations agency, issuing its first such guidelines, said under-fives should also be physically active and get adequate sleep to help develop good lifelong habits and prevent obesity and other diseases in later life.
The government wants to channelize dental graduates who are in excess to serve primary healthcare needs of rural and semi-urban areas, where there is shortage of MBBS doctors.
The DGCI has asked state controllers to ensure that manufacturers list the side effects either on the packaging or promotional concerns.
Even when antibiotics are available, patients are often unable to afford them. High out-of-pocket medical costs to the patient are compounded by limited government spending for health services, according to the report by CDDEP in the US.
The WHO estimates that around 2.3 billion people worldwide drink alcohol, with average per person daily consumption at 33 grams of pure alcohol a day.
Coca-Cola has begun hunting for "ethnic drinks" or traditional beverages of India to bolster its offerings.
Vaibhavi Khanwalkar gets in conversation with Moneycontrol's Viswanath Pilla to find out how this will affect the final consumer.
According to a notice released by the Drug Control Organisation of Rajasthan, two batches of the shampoo contained formaldehyde more than stated by the company.
Drug eluting stents or the stents coated with a drug, constitutes 95 percent of the market
Stigmatization of mental illness, becomes a major barrier for people with mental health problems to seek professional help, as they fear being labelled and bullied.
Daiichi's stock has climbed 45 percent this year on optimism about the drug.
The New Drugs and Clinical Trial Rules state the any drug discovered in India and proposed to be manufactured and marketed in India, will be deemed approval for clinical trials in 30 working days, if no communication received from the Central Licensing Authority (CLA).
Due to come into effect at midnight on March 27 for 30 days, it appears to be the most radical step by US officials following outbreaks in several regions blamed on an anti-vaccination movement.