The second wave of Covid-19 has accelerated throughout the country and healthcare workers on the frontline have been battling the inevitable. While infections are surpassing the daily count, teams at hospitals are not only tackling the case loads but have also have tested positive themselves.
The second wave of Corona pandemic is playing havoc in our country with overcrowding of hospital beds, apparent scarcity of Oxygen, drugs and burial grounds. The stress level on people are souring up. The Health Care workers and modern Medical fraternity are working with altruism
Authored by Dr Rahul Pandit, Director-Critical Care, Fortis Hospitals Mumbai & Member-Maharashtra’s COVID19 Taskforce ~
Repurposed drugs are an immediate response to an outbreak that has accelerated beyond the containment strategies during the COVID19 pandemic. They are timesavers because these drugs have proven themselves to be
After success of Sri Lanka Medical & Equipment Virtual Expo, Worldex India to organise Bangladesh Medical & Healthcare Virtual Expo from 21-24 June 2021
More than 100 global suppliers expected to join this international virtual business matching platform
FICCI is likely to form India
The COVID-19 Red Book is a Ready Reckoner to navigate through the pandemic for Hospitals, Nursing Homes and Healthcare Workers ~
The Apollo Hospitals Group, Asia’s largest integrated healthcare provider, has developed a ready reckoner of Best Practice Guidelines for Hospitals, Nursing Homes and Healthcare Workers
Thermo Fisher Scientific’s Amplitude Solution receives FDA authorization for COVID-19 testing.
Thermo Fisher Scientific, the world leader in serving science, received emergency use authorization (EUA) from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for Thermo Fisher Scientific Amplitude Solution with the TaqPath COVID-19 High-Throughput Combo Kit.
A single dose of the antiviral Virafin administered subcutaneously early on shows significant clinical and virological improvement in moderate COVID-19 adult patients
91.15% of patients treated with PegIFN were RT PCR negative by day 7.
The treatment significantly reduces the hours of supplemental oxygen
In a bid to bolster India’s fight against infectious diseases, India Health Fund (IHF), a Tata Trusts initiative, today announced the on-boarding of two start-ups – AI-driven, TrakItNow Technologies and, affordable TB rapid testing creators, Stellar Diagnostics (SDIL) – to its portfolio of innovations. IHF
There has been a shift in the prevalence and affected age groups of vaccine-preventable diseases (VPDs) in India.
· Diseases such as influenza and typhoid, which affect adults, have high burden. In Delhi, cases of seasonal influenza increased from 78 in 2012 to 3,627 in 2019.
· Low levels
Capacity expansion has been implemented across multiple facilities in Hyderabad and Bangalore, to reach ~ 700 million doses / year, one of the largest production capacities for Inactivated viral vaccines worldwide,
· IMDG agonist molecule synthesis and manufacturing has been successfully implemented in India eliminating dependency on