Mumbai, May 27 () Those holding a Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology (DMLT) can land in prison if they run independent pathology labs or sign patients' reports. "Running an independent pathology lab by a DMLT holder or an equivalent diploma ... Times of India, 5 hours ago
Running path lab by DMLT holders now an offence - The Freepress Journal, 2 days ago
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REPRESENTATIVE IMAGE FROM THINKSTOCK.COM This move comes after repeated complaints against bogus reports issued by doctors against these technicians Given the repeated complaints and bogus reports issued by doctors against diplomas in medical ...Pune Mirror, 1 day ago
MUMBAI: The state government has stayed the circular which restricts that holders of a diploma in medical laboratory technician ( DMLT ) certificate to run independent pathology laboratory or sign reports. The circular issued on May 24 which was ...Times of India, 3 hours ago Technicians can't run med labs, sign test reports: State Times of India, 3 days ago More than 50% of state labs illegal: Pathologists assn Pune Mirror, 1 month ago
The long fight by the Maharashtra Association of Practising Pathologists and Microbiologists (MAPPM) against malpractice in pathological labs has finally borne fruit. The government on Tuesday issued a resolution saying a Diploma in Medical ...DNA India, 1 day ago Maharashtra govt to take action against hospital path labs run by unqualified people PharmaBiz, 2 weeks ago Unethical practice: 4 pathologists suspended for signing reports they didn'ttest Yahoo! India, 2 months ago
KOCHI: The hostel of paramedical students in Ernakuklam medical college has shut following seven chickenpox cases reported in the last one week. The hostel will remain closed till May 31. The hostel was closed on Tuesday following Kalamassery ...Times of India, 2 days ago
GVK EMRI 108 ambulance service has announced recruitment drive for the post of Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and EMT trainee at 108 District Office, Sasthri Ground, Azad Road, R.S. Puram, Coimbatore, from 9.30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday (April ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
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