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Alarming rise in congenital heart disease cases in toddlers

Hospitals in Bengaluru have seen an increase in the number of cases of babies under the age of one year suffering from congenital heart disease, a birth defect in the structure of the heart. This causes a change in normal blood flow. "We get around 150 babies ... Deccan Herald, 2 months ago

Govt hospitals short of paediatric drugs

There is a shortage of paediatric drugs in government hospitals. Government hospitals in the city are turning away parents as government pharmacies do not have many of the medicines prescribed on a daily basis for anaemic or preterm babies. "I usually do not ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Woman dies in accident

A 53-year-old woman was knocked down by an autorickshaw at Vivekananda Road near Halasuru on Monday. She was admitted to Bowring hospital and died on Tuesday morning. Police said the victim, Rebecca Devdas, a resident of Jogupalya, was working as housekeeper ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Several of those injured are on road to recovery, but some need weeks of care

Several of those injured in the building collapse at Eijipura seem to be recovering while others will take weeks of recovery before they can be discharged from the hospital. Three-year-old Sanjana, who sustained severe burns and lost her parents in the ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Four firemen injured during rescue operations

The building collapse at Eijipura left four firemen who were trying to rescue the inmates of the apartments injured. They were injured when a beam from the ceiling fell down as they were trying to help a pregnant woman who was trapped under the debris. "We ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Monsoon sickness takes its toll

Battling floods for several weeks, Bengalureans are now caught up in another dangerous yet predictable mess: A spurt in vector-borne and enteric diseases, compounded by a shortage of 'affordable' hospital beds, and the usual lack of a quick remedial ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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