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AMRI launches 24x7 ambulance service

MRI Hospitals here recently launched a state-of-the-art ambulance patrol service in the city to render on-spot health support to critical care and trauma patients before rushing them to the hospital's emergency unit. These ambulances can be ... New Delhi Pioneer, 1 week ago

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The Telegraph

AMRI seeks nod for fire-ravaged annexe

Emami-owned AMRI Hospitals has moved court for permission to resume "any type of legal commercial business" in the Dhakuria building where 92 people died in a fire on December 9, 2011. The third additional sessions judge's court in Alipore, where the petition ...
 The Telegraph1 month ago AMRI victims seek damages  The Telegraph1 month ago AMRI Hospital Fire: Three Years On, Victims' Families Wait For Justice  NDTV2 months ago

"Awake Brain tumour surgery" a success

Statesman News Service Bhubaneswar, 25 December AMRI Hospitals, Bhuba-neswar, claimed to have successfully conducted Awake Brain Tumor Surgery, billed as a unique procedure, on an 18 year old patient. According to consultant neurosurgeon Dr ...
 The Statesman2 months ago

Pragativadi effect: Health Minister orders probe against AMRI Hospital

Pragativadi effect: Health Minister orders probe against AMRI Hospital Pragativadi, February 4, 2015 Bhubaneswar: Reports of irregularities at AMRI Hospital were published in Pragativadi on a regular basis since January 22. It has ...
 Pragativadi4 weeks ago Patient suffers at AMRI; Rs 4 lakh spent against estimated amount of Rs 40,000  Pragativadi4 weeks ago Dead body received after depositing Rs 5,23,000 at AMRI  Pragativadi4 weeks ago

Pesticide case: Family discharged from hospital

Afkar Abdullah - Principal Correspondent / 6 March 2015 Parents thought their 21-day-old baby was sleeping when, in fact, he was dead ...
 Khaleej Times18 hours ago Newborn dies after inhaling pesticide, neighbour arrested  MENAFN1 day ago Baby dies, sister in critical condition from pesticide  The Gulf Today1 day ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Start and stop signals for in-house flu tests

The Bengal government has allowed a private hospital to do swab tests for swine flu and hauled up another for testing samples without permission. Peerless Hospital, off the Bypass, received permission for swine flu tests from the health ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 days ago

Liver tumour surgery saves cancer patient

KOLKATA: A huge malignant abdominal tumour was removed by doctors at a city hospital along with a portion of the liver to revive a third stage cancer patient. The tumour, termed retroperitoneal tumour in medical parlance, originated outside the ...
 Times of India3 days ago
The Freepress Journal

City hospitals can now rise up to 45 metres

Mumbaikars can expect 4,000 more hospital beds in three years as the state government has paved the way for the vertical expansion of hospitals. The state cabinet on Tuesday allowed hospitals to increase building height to 45 meters from the ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago State to permit hospitals to go up to 45m, up from current limit of 30m  Indian Express3 weeks ago Soon, Hospitals Can Go Vertical  The Freepress Journal1 month ago

Patient dies due to negligence in treatment at AMRI

Pragativadi, February 24, 2015 Bhubaneswar: An unfortunate incident of death of a patient due to alleged negligence in treatment at AMRI hospital has come to light. Kandia Samal of Kunua village in Dhenkanal district was admitted to ...
 Pragativadi1 week ago Irregularities at AMRI: Blood collected from patient without permission  Pragativadi4 weeks ago Man dies of medical negligence in AMRI  The Statesman1 month ago Man dies of "medical negligence" in AMRI  The Statesman1 month ago
Mumbai Mirror

State allows hospitals to build 45-m towers

New rule will help accommodate more patients, say relieved doctors. The state urban development department has cleared a proposal allowing hospital buildings to exceed the 30-metre limit imposed on such structures by the National Building Code. The ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago
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