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Mumbai hospital conducts Deep Brain Stimulation system in two pat...
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Mumbai hospital conducts Deep Brain Stimulation system in two ...

Mumbai, March 25 (IBNS): For the first time in Asia, neurosurgeons at Jaslok hospital in Mumbai have successfully implanted the most advanced €˜Deep Brain Stimulation€ system in two patients suffering from Parkinson€s disease and Dystonia. ... India Blooms, 1 month ago

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2 patients get brain pacemakers in hi-tech surgeries at Jaslok Hospital

In two path-breaking surgeries at Jaslok Hospital last week, neurosurgeons successfully implanted the most advanced Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) system in two patients suffering from Parkinson's Disease and dystonia.
 DNA1 month ago Jaslok’s path-breaking procedure offers hope  Asian Age1 month ago
The Freepress Journal

Swine flu: 'There is no need for panic or alarm at this time'

Dr Om Shrivastav of Mumbai's Jaslok hospital, who treats swine flu cases, speaks to Vaihayasi
 INooz2 months ago Unseasonal rain allows swine flu virus to return  The Freepress Journal1 week ago 22 new swine flu cases reported in Mumbai  Asian Age1 week ago After BMC's H1N1 death investigation, death toll comes down to 40  The Freepress Journal1 week ago

Muslim women remain at high risk of TB infection, say doctors

The Tuberculosis hospital at Sewri. (Source: Express Archive) Sana Sikandar Shaikh (14) was diagnosed with tuberculosis (TB) six months ago. After a course of medication, she has been admitted to the TB ward at Sewri hospital, since last December.
 Indian Express19 hours ago

Only two patients registered for heart transplants in Mumbai

MUMBAI: Merely two patients in the city are registered for a heart transplant, even as nearly a thousand get added to the list of end-stage cardiac diseases every year. The reasons for the disparity, say experts, range from lack of database to ...
 Times of India3 days ago Mumbai doctors' bid for transplant has a heart-breaking end  Times of India4 days ago FORTIS : Mumbai doctors' bid for transplant has a heart-breaking end  4 Traders3 days ago
Deal Curry

Japan's Tosoh Corp acquires clinical diagnostics products maker Lilac Medicare

Japanese chemical and specialty products and materials major Tosoh Corporation has acquired Mumbai-based clinical diagnostics products company Lilac Medicare Pvt Ltd to establish bio-science operations in India, according to a press release. ...
 VC Circle5 days ago Japan's Tosoh Corporation Acquires Medical Devices Company Lilac Medicare  Deal Curry5 days ago
Mid Day

How Mumbai's private hospitals buy blood for Rs 100, sell for Rs 2,000

The thousands of well-meaning citizens who donate their blood at government hospitals are probably unaware, that their blood not only saves lives, but also serves to fill the coffers of private hospitals and blood banks that buy it at subsidised ...
 Mid Day5 days ago BMC run hospital gives away over 1025 units of blood to private hospitals to avoid wastage  PharmaBiz1 month ago

Siemens' new ACUSON S2000 Helx ultrasound system for better management of liver diseases

Demographic changes are leading to a significant increase in lifestyle disorders; liver disease is one of them. According to a study, one in 5 Indians is affected by liver disease. In Mumbai alone, nearly 2000 patients die annually from liver ...
 PharmaBiz6 days ago
Afternoon Despatch & Courier

Indian pilots highly stressed due to stringent work hours

High stress diminishes concentration, impairs judgement and affects the decision making capacity of a pilot: Psychiatrist The significant increase in civil aviation disasters has been of great concern to air travelers. Almost three weeks ago, ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 week ago

Consumers cannot claim accident insurance if death is caused by fall due to ill health

The difference between a fall due to ill health, and a genuine accidental fall, would determine whether a claim under an accident insurance policy is payable or not. Case Study: Kishan Lal Jain suffered a fall in his bedroom on March 16, 2009, ...
 Times of India1 week ago
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