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Free MRI, CT Scan At 7 Private Labs For Patients At Delhi Government Hospitals
Outlook India

Mail Today impact: Delhi govt to provide MRI/CT scan facility ...

Delhi health minister Satyendra Jain said on Tuesday, "Patients with an annual family income of less than Rs 300,000 and bonafide residents of Delhi for three years will be eligible for free MRI/CT scan facility." India Today, 1 day ago
Delhi govt to provide free MRI scans Millennium Post, 1 day ago
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AIIMS Writes To JP Nadda For Linking Of Aadhaar With Health Ministry

Nearly 40 lakh patients generated UHID's since e-Hospital software was launched in July 2015 New Delhi: AIIMS has written to the Union Health Ministry requesting it to issue a notification that would mandate linking of Aadhaar number with the ...
 NDTV8 hours ago AIIMS writes to Health Min for linking of Aadhaar with UHID  Millennium Post6 hours ago Now use Aadhaar at health facilities  HT Syndication3 days ago

Life-saving drug scarce, patients suffer

New Delhi: Saima was only six when her older brother Afzal suddenly started complaining about pain in the legs and knee joints. Before his parents and local doctors could understand what caused it, his condition aggravated and he died. He suffered ...
 Times of India6 hours ago

Ayurvedic hospital patients can seek health cover: Govt

New Delhi, Dec 7 (PTI) Patients subscribing to ayurveda for treatment will also be able to seek health cover as the Centre has issued guidelines to insurance companies to this effect, the Rajya Sabha was informed today. Patients at Central and ...
 Press Trust of India15 hours ago
Ani News

Jayalalithaa put on extracorporeal membrane oxygenation: What is ECMO? Who needs it, how does it work?

ECMO is a treatment used in patients with life-threatening heart and/or lung problems. New Delhi: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, who is undergoing treatment at Apollo Hospital in Chennai following a cardiac arrest on Sunday evening, has ...
 ZeeNews.com2 days ago Jayalalithaa 'critically-stable' says Dr. Naresh Tehran  Ani News2 days ago Please Pray For Jayalalithaa, Says Apollo Hospital After Cardiac Arrest  NDTV3 days ago Jaya laid to rest with state honours  Assam Tribune1 day ago
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MedIndia

Delhi Hospitals Tie Up With Banks, Post Offices to Ease Cash Crunch

Delhi hospitals are co-ordinating every day with the bank officials to make sure that there is no problem for the patients in terms of withdrawing the currency or to exchange.’ Advertisement "We have given three extra counters and extra security guards ...
 Med India1 week ago Hospitals tie up with banks to help patients  The Hindu1 week ago Paras HMRI Hospitals Showcases Rare Cases of Neurosurgery Success; Patients with Serious Vascular and Tumor Conditions Treated Successfully  Pocket News Alert.com2 days ago Delhi hospitals tie up with banks to ease patients' cash crunch  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago
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MedIndia

Social stigma causing depression in HIV patients

New Delhi, Nov 30 Social stigma, fear of isolation attached to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection is driving patients towards depression and suicide, a survey conducted by Curofy revealed on Wednesday. Curofy is a doctors' networking ...
 ProKerala.com1 week ago Break The Myths; Support HIV Affected Patients  MedIndia6 days ago World AIDS Day 2016: US Embassy Aims To End AIDS by 2030  News18.com1 week ago World AIDS Day: Social stigma causing depression in HIV patients  Firstpost.com6 days ago
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Is there a way to switch 'off' asthma attacks? Scientists think so!

New Delhi: In what could be a huge relief to all asthma patients, a new study has revealed ways of switching off the painful asthma attacks. Scientists from Johns Hopkins have identified a critical cellular "off" switch for the inflammatory ...
 ZeeNews.com2 days ago Turning off asthma attack 'switch'  HT Syndication4 days ago

Researchers develop novel drug to repair brain damage in stroke patients

Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: Researchers at University of Manchester, UK have come up with a novel drug that could possibly repair brain damage in stroke patients. It can potentially reduce the number of brain cells destroyed by stroke and also ...
 ZeeNews.com1 week ago This novel technique can help brain overcome fear Read  ZeeNews.com1 week ago

AIIMS: Patients pained by note ban, struggle to find ways

22 November 2016, New Delhi, Piyush Ohrie The stories of despair continue for poor homeless patients who come to All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) for treatment. Most of these patients who come from neighbouring and other ...
 Millennium Post2 weeks ago AIIMS comes up with way to ease patients misery  New Delhi Pioneer6 days ago Hospitals, patients left confused  The Hindu4 weeks ago
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