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Saluting cops for green corridors

When Gunasheelan, a driver at Mico Layout police station, had to transport a live heart from Sagar Hospital to Narayana Hrudayalaya last month, he realized the value of every passing second. Times of India, 2 days ago

Assam CHD patients leave for free treatment in Bengaluru

Hrudayalaya, Bengaluru, for treatment. At a function held in this regard, Assam Health and Family Welfare Minister Dr Nazrul Islam said the state government has been sending CHD patients outside Assam for free treatment since 2010. The minister also denied ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
DNA India

Bengaluru 'live heart' transport a success

P Gopalan, 39, Narayana Health ambulance driver said, "We reached the destination in 20 minutes as it was zero traffic thanks to the BCTP and the public. Whenever I transfer organs I feel very happy that I am indirectly a reason for saving someone's ...
 DNA India1 month ago Medical Miracle: 22-year-old man's 'live' heart transplanted to 63-year-old in Bengaluru  Oneindia1 month ago Green corridor created to transport live heart in Bengaluru  ZeeNews.com1 month ago Bengaluru: Police create green corridor to successfully transport live heart  Ani News1 month ago
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A passion with compassion

We need to start treating the patient as well as the disease’. This line from the movie ‘Patch Adams’ may have been ahead of its time when the film came out, but today, there are many who see the true meaning behind it. Colours, ...
 Deccan Herald3 days ago
New Indian Express

Organ Transplants Call for Sensitive Handling, Says Devi Shetty

HOSURROAD: Every few days, Bengaluru hears about traffic being stopped to help the movement of organs for transplant. Dr Devi Shetty, who pioneered budget heart surgery, is happy with the development, and says awareness is spreading. In an ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago Parents of teen boy who attempted suicide donate his organs  Deccan Herald4 weeks ago One boy's tragedy gives lifeline to many  Bangalore Mirror1 month ago Green corridor created in Bengaluru for transporting organs of 22-year-old  The Hindu1 month ago
MedIndia

Good Quality Healthcare Not Linked to Affluence But Good Policies: Cardiac Expert

Eminent cardiac surgeon, Devi Prasad Shetty from Karnataka feels that India can become the first country in the world to prove that healthcare can be de-linked from affluence. He is well known for his contribuitions in the field of cardiology in ...
 MedIndia2 weeks ago Good healthcare not linked to affluence, but policies: Cardiac surgeon Devi Shetty  Mangalorean2 weeks ago 'Good healthcare not linked to affluence, but policies'  The Statesman2 weeks ago

Four farmers commit suicide

Four farmers have ended their lives in different parts of the State.Manjunath Gulappa Jagapur, 32, hanged himself from a tree at his field in Amminbhavi, Dharwad taluk, on Wednesday. The rural police said Jagapur was upset over the failure of crops and was ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

The Hemodynamic Monitoring Market Forecast to 2020 in New Research Reports

/PRNewswire/ -- ReportsnReports.com adds 2015 hemodynamic monitoring market research reports with 2020 global forecasts as well as analysis of hemodynamic monitoring system by product, type and end users with information on market penetration, ...
 RCL Advisors1 month ago
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Daijiworldcom

Indiamedicalholiday.com - Connecting international patients with best of doctors

Daijiworld Media Network - Business Udupi, Jul 29: Healthcare in India has undergone drastic change in the last one decade. It continues to evolve resulting in streamlining and improving patient care to a great extent. Even then there is always a ...
 Daijiworldcom1 month ago

34-year-old saves four lives after death

Four patients in the city got a new lease of life after receiving the heart valves, liver, a pair of eyes and kidneys of a 34-year-old brain-dead man. Rajanna was admitted in a critical condition on July 22 at Prolife Hospital, Hebbal after the bike ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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