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Short Circuit Triggers Blaze in CT Scan Room at Children's Hospital
New Indian Express

Short Circuit Triggers Blaze in CT Scan Room at Children's Hos...

CHENNAI: A minor fire broke in the CT scan room at Institute of Child Health and Hospital for Children here on Friday causing a few tense moments. While smoke engulfed the room by the fire in the electrical line, hospital sources said there were no ... New Indian Express, 1 week ago
Protest as Kin of Deceased Child Beat up Doctor New Indian Express, 1 month ago

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WA Today, 1 week ago

King Institute Will Soon Get Lab for Zika Detection: TN Health Secretary

CHENNAI: The King Institute of Preventive Medicine at Guindy, which can detect 23 types of fever, will soon have a diagnostic laboratory, said the State Health Secretary, Dr J Radhakrishnan here on Wednesday. He said the Centre has promised to ...
 New Indian Express1 day ago
The Hindu

One-year-old girl dies at ICH

A one-year-old girl died at the Institute of Child Health (ICH), Egmore, on Thursday. A. Lakshitha reportedly had fever for two days. Her parents, residents of Nettukuppam, Ennore, had reportedly taken her to a private doctor first, before she was admitted to ...
 The Hindu2 months ago

TN leads in supporting rare health disorder LSD

NT Burea Chennai: Lysosomal Storage Disorders (LSD) are ultra-rare ones and since so little is understood of these disorders, at least in India, these children and their families have to face great adversity, said actor Karthi Sivakumar. ...
 News Today2 days ago Child with Rare Disorder to be Treated Free  New Indian Express2 days ago 15,000 Kids With LSD, Only 600 Enrol for Treatment  New Indian Express1 day ago

Milestones in Indian Healthcare

Express Healthcare chronicles 16 areas of change in Indian healthcare and retrospects on their impact Augmenting Health Indices The last 16 years have been eventful for India, dotted with significant achievements and failures. The recently ...
 Financial Express3 weeks ago Ministry of Health and Family WelfareNotable Achievements and Initiatives- 2015  Noodls1 month ago What universal health assurance can mean for India  The Hindu1 month ago

A Medical Kit for Safe Childbirth

CHENNAI: Pregnancy and child birth are crucial phases in many women's life. During ancient times, there were Vaithiyars or Dhais who used Siddha herbs to ease the pain of women in labour and also help them deliver their babies. Unlike earlier ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago

Direct Observation of Treatment Provided by a Family Member as Compared to Non-Family Member among Children with New Tuberculosis: A Pragmatic, Non-Inferiority, Cluster-Randomized Trial in Gujarat, India

Abstract Background The World Health Organization recommends direct observation of treatment (DOT) to support patients with tuberculosis (TB) and to ensure treatment completion. As per national programme guidelines in India, a DOT provider can ...
 Plosone.org5 hours ago

Gender of the foetus

Union Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi's suggestion of making the sex determination test mandatory, so that registration of pregnant women can be facilitated to curb female foeticide, is commendable but not pragmatic ( No cabinet ...
 The Hindu2 days ago
Times of India

Maneka makes a retreat on sex test

After making a controversial statement on prenatal sex determination, Union minister for women and child development Maneka Gandhi on Tuesday clarified that it was not a formal proposal, but a suggestion by stakeholders, open to debate. Gandhi had ...
 Times of India2 days ago Maneka retreats on sex test as experts fume  Times of India3 days ago

Free care soon for kids with rare diseases

CHENNAI: Three years after Tamil Nadu launched the country's first birth defects registry, the state is now making efforts to provide treatment free-of-cost to children suffering from rare genetic disorders. Recently , the Institute of Child ...
 Times of India2 days ago
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