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Dengue Cases on Rise in Delhi, Over 300 Cases Reported in a Week

Dengue Cases On Rise In Delhi; Private Blood Banks Asked To Gi...

The Delhi government has asked private blood banks to provide platelets for free and beds for dengue patients, to manage the rising number of dengue cases in the city. The government has taken steps to ensure that there is adequate supply of blood and ... Med India, 1 month ago
Delhi sees 300 dengue cases in just one week Deccan Herald, 1 day ago

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Dengue scare keeps Delhi government on its toes

Delhi government issued an advisory to all the hospitals asking them not to deny admission to patients affected by dengue. Govt sends advisory to hospitals, asking them not to deny admission to dengue patients. With the city witnessing a ...
 India Today5 hours ago Hospitals must admit all dengue patients  Times of India13 hours ago Don't deny admission to dengue patients: Delhi Govt to hospitals  DNA19 hours ago More docs needed to fight dengue  Deccan Herald4 days ago
MSN India

Delhi: Dengue scare grips capital, patients refuse to leave hospitals

Over the last week, BLK hospital has been getting about 100 suspected cases of dengue each day, of which only nearly 60% cases turn out to be positive after tests. Even though just 10% of those who test positive need hospitalization, the hospital staff is ...
 MSN India5 hours ago Dengue stings Delhi, scared patients refuse to leave hospitals  Hindustan Times13 hours ago Only 19 EWS cases sent to pvt hospitals in four years  Times of India1 month ago
Med India

Government Hospitals in New Delhi Lack Facilities for Infants and Children

Government-run hospitals in Delhi lack proper facilities to treat patients, especially new born and children. The hospitals turn away several patients everyday due to unavailability of beds or equipment and even those who get admitted are at risk of ...
 Med India1 month ago Free ultrasound facility at govt. hospitals in U.P.  The Hindu8 hours ago Hospital asks cops to catch gang  Deccan Herald2 months ago
Med India

Hospitals In Delhi To Treat Dengue Patients First, Postpone Non-Critical Surgeries

Non-emergency procedures including surgeries to be postponed and instead priority to be given to admit and treat dengue, Delhi Government informed the hospitals in the city. No dengue patient should be turned away because of lack of beds, said the Delhi ...
 Med India1 hour ago
Business Insider India

This diagnostics lab in India has come up with a unique test to treat Septicemia

At one of the largest hospitals in Delhi, a patient was suspected to have Septicemia infection; however the detection needed to be confirmed. The doctor contacted iGenetic Diagnostics, the newly launched diagnostics lab focused on high-end tests.
 Business Insider India1 day ago
Indian Express

India to have online registry of hepatitis patients

New Delhi, July 31 An online registry will be launched soon to register the rising number of hepatitis patients in India, a leading gastroenterologist said here on Friday. The registry will be part of the newly formed Indian National ...
 ProKerala.com1 month ago Online appointment system reduces waiting period in AIIMS, but leaves out some patients  Indian Express4 days ago IMA sets up register for rare blood groups  Asian Age2 months ago

City cops create green corridor to transport liver for patient in Delhi

A green corridor was created in the city for the first time late on Tuesday night to transport a liver retrieved by doctors at King George's Medical University for a patient in New Delhi's Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences.
 Times of India6 days ago Liver sets off journey from city to Delhi through green corridor  Times of India1 month ago
Med India

Parliamentary Panel Recommends Grading System At AIIMS To Treat Critical Patients First

A parliamentary panel has recommended to introducing the grading system at AIIMS in Delhi, to ensure that patients with severe diseases are treated first, as patients have to wait too long for surgeries and tests. "Straitjacketing" of surgeries on a ...
 Med India1 week ago Parliamentary panel recommends doing away with AIIMS' first-cum-first-serve system for surgeries  DNA1 week ago AIIMS: Par'l panel bats for system to ensure prompt surgery of  Business Standard1 week ago
Indian Express

First suspected dengue death in Delhi: A 10-yr-old from Manipur

The patient was suffering from high fever for almost a week but was not given proper medication, according to a senior doctor at AIIMS. In the first suspected case of dengue death in Delhi this season, a 10-year-old girl from Manipur, who had been ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago 10-year-old south Delhiite first dengue casualty in 2015  India Today3 weeks ago Manipuri Girl First Suspected Dengue Death in Delhi  NDTV3 weeks ago Delhi reports first dengue death of the year  Mangalorean3 weeks ago
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