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16 swine flu deaths in two Delhi hospitals; official toll is two

New Delhi, March 5 Two top government hospitals in Delhi - Safdarjung Hospital and LNJP Hospital - have reported 16 swine flu deaths this year, top officials said Thursday, contradicting the figure of one death in each hospital given out by the ..., 3 weeks ago
AIIMS to gets Rs 1,470 Crore EHealth Magazine, 4 weeks ago

No anti-rabies serum in North Corporation hospitals: officials

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The life-saving anti-rabies serum is not available in hospitals and the central medical store run by the North Delhi Municipal Corporation, officials have admitted. The supply of the serum has been ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Resident Doctors Handling Swine Flu Cases Go on Strike

Resident doctors of at least 14 prominent central and state-run hospitals have decided to go on strike in a when the city is struggling to contain the swine flu crisis. "The resident doctors of hospitals including Safdarjung, Ram Manohar Lohia ...
 MedIndia1 month ago 3 doctors at Lok Nayak down with swine flu  Times of India1 month ago 'Government does not pay heed to our demands until we strike'  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Resident doctors go off duty, patients suffer  Millennium Post1 month ago
Med India

59 cases of swine flu reported on Monday

Fifty-nine fresh cases of swine flu were reported on Monday, taking the total number of cases to 3,586 this season. Safdarjung Hospital reported another death onSaturday. "There was one swine flu death on Saturday here," said Dr Rajpal, medical ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Delhi Reports 59 New Cases of Swine Flu  Med India2 weeks ago

15,000 doctors go off duty in protest

OPD services badly hit Healthcare in the city’s government hospitals was badly affected on Friday after some 15,000 resident doctors went on a day-long strike to demand better security in the hospitals. The Federation of Resident Doctors’ Association ...
 Asian Age1 month ago
New Indian Express

H1N1 Treatment Burns hole in Patients' Pocket, Exposes chinks in Medical Sector

NEW DELHI: Ritu Aggarwal, sitting outside the swine flu ward of Safdarjung Hospital is worried. Her husband Mahesh has been admitted there and the prevailing conditions are unsatisfactory. Ive spent around Rs 15,000 in my hometown in Uttar Pradesh ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago Struggling To Contain  New Indian Express1 month ago
Indian Express

Key swine flu hospital out of Tamiflu

Patients wait outside a private chemist for the drug on Monday. (Source: EXPRESS PHOTOS) With swine flu cases continuing to rise in the city, several patients at the Central government's Ram Manohar Lohia (RML) hospital on Monday were asked to buy ...
 Indian Express1 month ago Another patient succumbs to swine flu in city  Deccan Herald1 month ago Swine flu: One more succumbs, toll climbs to six  Millennium Post1 month ago Youngster dies of swine flu three deaths in Jan  Hindustan Times2 months ago
Indian Express

East Delhi man is second to die of H1N1 since the New Year

A tourist walks around wearing a mask after Delhi sees a spurt in H1N1 cases. (Source: Express photo by Ravi Kanojia) A 30-year-old man from East Delhi, who was being treated at a private hospital, became the second one to die of H1N1 in the last ...
 Indian Express2 months ago
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