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AAPI Signs MoU to Eradicate Tuberculosis in India

NEW YORK (TIP): On the concluding day of the 10th Global Healthcare Summit in New Delhi, India, January 31, American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) signed a Memorandum of Understanding to work towards eradicating Tuberculosis (TB) ... MyInforms, 2 days ago
PIO docs to help raise trauma treatment in India Times of India, 2 weeks ago
Times of India

US gives $21 mn to fight TB in India

The US on Friday announced $21 million to fight tuberculosis in India, including towards projects in Kolkata and Bengaluru. The US Agency for International Development (USAID) announced the three new awards as part of the Tuberculosis Health ...
 The Statesman1 week ago USAID extends funding for projects for TB-free India  Press Trust of India1 week ago
India Infoline

President of the Association of Hospitals said,

Mumbai, 17th December 2015: Innovations and technological developments in 2015 have taken India's healthcare sector to new heights. The members of the Association of Hospitals (AOH) assembled at Bombay Hospital in Mumbai today amidst anticipation ...
 Pocket News Alert.com5 days ago Era of advance technology in healthcare: Association of Hospitals  India Infoline1 month ago How to Make New TB Technology More Accessible to the Private Health Sector  NextBillion.net5 days ago Hospitals come together to discuss future of technology in healthcare  Times of India1 month ago
SlideShare.net

Community pharmacists: Need of the hour

Manjiri Gharat , Vice President and Chairperson, The Indian Pharmaceutical Association, speaks on the role of community pharmacists in effective healthcare delivery, highlights the fact that the concept has not evolved in India and recommends ...
 Financial Express1 month ago Pharma Uptoday Monthly Magazine Volume 21; Issue Dec 2015  SlideShare.net1 month ago November 2015 Briefing - Pharmacy  Doctors Lounge2 months ago

A Contrast of Tuberculosis control programme in United Kingdom and India:

National Institute of health and Care Excellence (NICE) has formulated a series of guidelines for diagnosis and management of Tuberculosis (TB) in United Kingdom (UK). In UK, the rate of Tuberculosis remains high and the rate is declining slowly ...
 British Medical Journal2 weeks ago

Association between Regimen Composition and Treatment Response in Patients with Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis: A Prospective Cohort Study

Abstract Background For treating multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR TB), the World Health Organization (WHO) recommends a regimen of at least four second-line drugs that are likely to be effective as well as pyrazinamide. WHO guidelines ...
 PLoS Medicine1 month ago Direct Observation of Treatment Provided by a Family Member as Compared to Non-Family Member among Children with New Tuberculosis: A Pragmatic, Non-Inferiority, Cluster-Randomized Trial in Gujarat, India  Plosone.org3 days ago Drug-resistant tuberculosis control in China: progress and challenges  MyInforms1 week ago Factors that associated with TB patient admission rate and TB inpatient service cost: a cross-sectional study in China  MyInforms2 weeks ago

Pharma Newsletter - February 01 to 05, 2

Top News Ind-Ra revises pharma sector outlook to stable from positive India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) has revised its outlook on the pharmaceuticals sector to stable for FY17 from positive as the sector's growth momentum is likely to moderate ...
 India Infoline2 days ago
The Hindu

India sets an example in subsidised TB diagnosis

There is a bright spot in an otherwise gloomy TB scenario in India. Of the 12 high-burden countries where the private sector is a major player in providing health care, the Indian private sector offers the cheapest price for the WHO-approved Xpert ...
 The Hindu1 week ago India's fight against TB lacks punch  The Hindu2 months ago

Clarithromycin use by GPs in developing countries needs even more caution

We studied the article by Wong et al.1 with great interest. The significant association with adverse cardiovascular outcomes with short term use of Clarithromycin for H. pylori treatment may present unique challenges in the context of developing ...
 British Medical Journal1 week ago

Will alternative cadre of doctorss help India?

Should India's quacks be trained to deliver basic patient care? This was the title of a special report published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) last week, bringing a recurring public health debate here back into focus. Many social activists ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Will alternative cadre of doctors help India?  Times of India2 weeks ago
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