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India has only 1 anaesthetist per lakh people, reveals global study

India has only 1 anaesthetist per lakh people, reveals global ...

New anaesthesia workforce map shows huge shortages impacting 5 billion people worldwide DNA, 3 days ago

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Med India

Novel Anaesthesia Technique Safe for Patient With Obstructed Airway

A pioneering anaesthesia technique that makes surgery safer for patients with obstructed airways has helped save at least one life already, doctors in Australia said. "An adult patient with an infected epiglottis was in danger of having his airway blocked by ...
 Med India1 month ago New anaesthesia technique saves patient with obstructed airway  Daiji World1 month ago

AIIMS staffer was operated upon without anaesthesia: Doctor

The 28-year-old AIIMS staffer, Rajbir Kaur, who died during childbirth at the institution, was operated upon without anaesthesia, a doctor who was part of the medical team revealed on Wednesday.According to him, doctors from the Gynaecology and Anaesthesia ...
 Prokerala2 months ago

Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu has kidney stones removed

The medical intervention under anaesthesia was successfully carried out at Hadassah hospital in Jerusalem. Jerusalem: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu returned to work on Friday after surgery to remove kidney stones, his office said. The operation ...
 Zee News2 days ago Israel PM has kidney stones removed  Business Standard2 days ago
Med India

Movies could replace anaesthesia for kids having radiotherapy

Children could be spared dozens of doses of general anaesthesia by projecting a video directly on to the inside of a radiotherapy machine during treatment, researchers said.
 DNA2 weeks ago Making radiotherapy less traumatic for kids with cancer  Business Standard2 weeks ago Can Watching Movies Replace General Anesthesia for Kids With Cancer?  Med India2 weeks ago

Swallowable balloons may combat obesity without surgery: study

Weight-loss balloons which can be swallowed rather than surgically inserted in the stomach have been found safe and effective at combating obesity, according to a new study unveiled today. Intragastric balloons (IGBs) have been used as weight loss devices for ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

'Many cancers are sheer accidents'

'The best way to face cancer is to get it diagnosed, staged and identify the best which line of management.' Cancer surgeon Dr Ramakant Deshpande answers the most crucial questions on the disease. And offers very important advice on ensuring yourself a healthy, everyday life. Part 3 of the must-read interview with's Vaihayasi Pande Daniel. Part 1: 'Cancer is not incurable' Part 2: How Young India can try and keep itself cancer free How cutting edge is cancer treatment in India? ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Let kids watch cartoons during radiotherapy: Study

Watching cartoons like "Sponge Bob", "Cars" and "Barbie" during radiotherapy sessions may make them less traumatic for kids as well as spare dozens of general anaesthesia doses, a study said.According to the research, this would also make each treatment ...
 Prokerala2 weeks ago

HIV+ rape survivor appeals to SC for abortion

When the Patna High Court in Bihar rejected a 35-year-old rape survivor's plea to terminate her pregnancy, she was compelled to approach the Supreme Court (SC). The woman, who is also HIV positive, is 26 weeks pregnant, which is over the legal permissible ...
 DNA3 weeks ago

Case of medical negligence against hospital after boy's death

A case of medical negligence has been lodged against Annayya Health Care Centre at Sector V, HSR Layout, following the death of a six-year-old child. The family of the child has attributed the death to an overdose of anaesthesia. Santosh N was admitted to the ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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