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Study on Zebrafish to offer cure for cardiovascular diseases

Chennai: Researchers at the Frontier Lifeline Hospital's Frontier Mediville have taken up a study on zebrafish for clues to treat Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) also known as sudden death syndrome that is said to be the most common heritable ... Deccan Chronicle, 1 month ago
Zebra Fish Study to Regenerate Hearts New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Med India

This 12-Year-Old Indians Heart Was Transplanted To A Pakistani Boy Sadly It Failed To Save His Life

A valiant effort to save a Pakistani boy with an end-stage heart condition in a Chennai hospital ended in tragedy as the 14-year-old died despite a heart transplant. Vaishnav, the donor, died in a road accident. Image: The Hindu The boy got ...
 Indiatimes2 weeks ago Pak boy dies hours after getting a new heart  Times of India2 weeks ago 14-Year-old Pakistani Boy Dies Hours After Getting a Heart Transplant in Chennai  Med India2 weeks ago Indian Heart Couldn't Help Pak Boy Survive  New Indian Express2 weeks ago
Sri Lanka Island

Medical Miracle: Cow's valve placed inside woman's heart to save cancer patient

Chennai , July 16: It can be called a medical miracle and this miracle happened in a hospital in Chennai. Doctors conducted a unique surgery and saved a 81-year-old woman placing a cow's valve inside her heart. The woman, a cancer patient, has ...
 Oneindia2 weeks ago 81-Year-Old Defeats Death With The Help From Cow's Heart Muscles  International Business Times2 weeks ago Chennai doctors give new lease of life to woman aged 81 with valve made from a cow's heart!  Sri Lanka Island2 weeks ago Cow's heart valve used for treating 81-year-old woman  United News of India2 weeks ago

First Woman In India To Undergo Bypass Heart Surgery in 1976 Survives Four Decades

Daisy D'Costa, 84, is the first woman in India to undergo a coronary artery bypass surgery at the Railway Hospital. It was a few days after Easter, on a hot April morning in 1976, that Daisy D'Costa became, arguably, the first woman in India to ...
 MedIndia3 weeks ago The bypass to an epochal medical event  The Hindu3 weeks ago


The heart flown in from Madurai was brought to a hospital in Chennai, where it was transplanted. The Air India flight landed with the organ at 2.40 p.m. and, in 10 minutes, was on its way to the hospital, said airport sources. K.M. Cherian, ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Air India Flies A Heart of Patient from Madurai for Transplantation in Chennai  MedIndia1 month ago

Heart patient: Apple Watch got me in and out of hospital fast

Ken Robson (right), with wife, Gigi. A few days ago, we reported on an incident, related by digital health champion Dr. Eric Topol , of a patient self-diagnosing a serious heart ailment based on Apple Watch data. We have since spoken to that ...
 MedCity News1 day ago

One Belt, One Road

As experiences go, the short time I spent in the Karakoram Highway (KKH) flight (Four Army Aviation Squadron) under the command of Major (later Major General) H U K Niazi, in the high mountains in 1970, is one that far surpassed my expectations and ...
 Daily Times2 days ago

One person saves six lives

A mother's willingness to donate her daughter's organs at the time of dealing with the profound grief of having lost her child moved doctors and staff at the Pondicherry Institute of Medical Sciences earlier this week. Rekha, a 26-year-old from ...
 The Hindu4 days ago

Tyler, The Creator Banned From Australia For Misogynistic Hate Speech — Report

Tyler, The Creator Banned From Australia For… Wow! Tyler, The Creator is in hot water after his misogynistic lyrics raised the ire of an Australian women's group. Tyler is saying he's been banned from the country entirely! Is it true? Tyler, ...
 Mail.com4 days ago

Those "very adorable darlings

Kitty Trevelyan tries to put the troubles of her past behind her as she joins two other girls, Flora Marshall and Rosalie Berwick, to volunteer at one of the busiest war hospitals in Northern France. As the three volunteer nurses settle into ...
 Examiner.com1 week ago Oona Chaplin on 'The Crimson Field': She feels like she 'can change the world'  Examiner.com1 week ago
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