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5-Year-Old Heart Patient Waits Out In The Delhi Cold
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5-Year-Old Heart Patient Waits Out In The Delhi Cold

New Delhi: As the temperature continues to drop in Delhi, survival becomes an increasingly uphill task for those who live on the streets of the sprawling metropolis. Even more so for the family of five-year-old Rajiv, who is awaiting surgery to mend ... NDTV, 1 day ago

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25 more drugs come under price control

NEW DELHI: There's good news for patients. Drug pricing regulator NPPA announced cap on prices of over 25 drugs, including painkillers and antibiotics, which will lead to reduction in their costs over the next few weeks. The price regulator in a ...
 Times of India1 week ago Price of Life-saving Drugs Reduced: Government  New Indian Express2 days ago After price control, several key drugs in short supply  Times of India1 week ago Several key drugs in short supply after government's price control measure  Economic Times1 week ago

Low awareness results in 'flop' online OPD idea

The Delhi government is planning to install kiosks at government hospitals so that patients can register for OPD service online on the spot. This comes after the government found that there were few takers for the service. The online OPD registration system ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Online Services for Patients  PIB2 days ago IMA plans to run OPD services soon  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Free Treatment to EWS Category Patients

The Government of National Capital Territory (NCT) of Delhi has informed that the judgment dated 22.03.2007 in WPC No. 2866/2002 was challenged by the identified private hospitals in the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India vide SLP No. 18522/2007.
 PIB1 week ago Establishment of Science Cities  India Brand Equity Foundation5 days ago
Jagran Post

Non-prevalent states see rise in HIV patients

NEW DELHI: The number of HIV patients has registered an increase in states where it was earlier being considered to be non-prevalent with 10 such states together accounting for 57 per cent of new infections in 2012. According to a report compiled ...
 IndiaPost1 week ago 'Non-prevalent' 10 states see rise in HIV patients, record 57 percent cases  ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago Punjab, Ukhand see rise in HIV patients  Chandigarh Tribune2 weeks ago Non-prevalent 10 states see rise in HIV patients, record 57 pc cases  The Freepress Journal2 weeks ago
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Free Treatment for EWS People in Private Hospitals of NCR Delhi

Patients belonging to the economically weaker sections (EWS) are being provided free treatment at identified private hospitals. The Government of National Capital Territory (GNCT) of Delhi has informed that in 2013-14, 34,725 indoor and 1,05,086 outdoor ...
 Business Standard5 days ago Fewer using EWS beds  Times of India1 month ago ESIC spending on referrals to private hospitals on the rise  Hindu Business Line1 week ago Free bed quota for poor goes waste  Deccan Herald1 month ago
IndiaTV News

Delhi University training nurses on use of sign language in hospitals

Delhi University In attempt to help nursing staff in hospitals across the city to deal with hearing-impaired patients, the Delhi University is training them in sign language. A team of six students and an associate professor at the university’s Cluster ...
 Asian Age6 days ago DU training nurses on use of sign language in hospitals  Press Trust of India1 week ago
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Bangalore Mirror

Shortage of many essential drugs across Delhi leaves patients suffering

Shortage of some essential drugs across the capital after government's decision to bring down their prices have left patients suffering from various serious diseases like diabetes and liver ailments in lurch. The drugs that are in short supply ...
 Bangalore Mirror6 days ago Essential drugs in short supply in capital  Press Trust of India1 week ago Essential drugs in short supply, patients suffer  Asian Age6 days ago
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Times of India

Ebola patient to stay under lens

NEW DELHI: The 26-year-old Ebola patient, who was quarantined at Delhi airport on November 11, continues to be under observation. Doctors monitoring his condition said they will wait another two weeks to check for remnants of the virus in his ...
 Times of India1 week ago Ebola scare fizzles out in Hyderabad  Khaleej Times2 weeks ago Breath easy, Ebola carrier in quarantine cannot infect  Times of India4 weeks ago Ban Ebola patients from entering Goa: Ex-CM  Deccan Herald1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

Punjab cataract surgery: Centre seeks report from state government

Patients who lost vision after undergoing eye surgery at an eye camp in Amritsar (Photo: PTI) New Delhi: The Centre on Friday sought a report from the Punjab government on an NGO-sponsored medical camp tragedy in Gurdaspur where several people ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago Indian doctors to restore vision of 6 catract patients  Emirates Business 24/72 weeks ago Some blinded by botched surgery may get back sight  Qatar Peninsula2 weeks ago New sight hope for six left blind by India cataract surgery  New Straits Times2 weeks ago
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