First of its kind study among COVID-19 patients done 42 days after introduction of vaccination drive in India to understand the benefits of the vaccination
Vaccination reduced ICU stay by 66% and mortality by 81%
Mean hospital expense was 24% less in
Convenient loading dosage of the oral suspension helps reduce dosage frequency
Home-grown pharma major, FDC Limited, today, announced the launch of India’s first oral suspension of Favipiravir – Favenza Oral Suspension, used to treat mild to moderate cases of COVID-19. This prescription-only solution is currently available at all retail medical outlets and
The strategic alliance brings together two industry leaders that share the vision to create an unparalleled offering for customers looking to develop a world-class laboratory.
The alliance will provide customers with offers focused on enabling them to achieve their sustainability and digital footprint goals.
Dr Akhilesh Yadav, Senior hip & knee Replacement surgeon, Centre for knee and hip care, Ghaziabad
The prevalence of joint pain is not new and uncommon these days as a higher proportion of young and middle-aged population have been spotted in this limelight. While COVID has
NASSCOM CoE launches Healthcare Innovation Challenge 2.0
to focus on digital transformation of healthcare
After the success of first edition of Healthcare Innovation Challenge (HIC), a unique initiative by the NASSCOM Centre of Excellence CoE- IoT & AI - a MeitY initiative with State Govt, today launched
A female resident doctor of Ram Manohar Lohia Institute of Medical Sciences (RMLIMS), Lucknow has been airlifted to KIMS Secunderabad for Lung transplant. Dr Sharda Suman, a postgraduate resident at RMLIMS’s gynaecology department, had contracted Covid-19 on April 14. She was 32 weeks pregnant then.
The chances of people developing mucormycosis (black fungus) post taking the vaccine are lower
With herd immunity, the severity of 3rd wave will be less severe than 2nd wave
Delta plus variant remains the cause of concern
Antibodies produced by the vaccine protect against
Health Ministry, Department of Biotechnology (DBT), WHO, JSS Academy of Higher Education and Research, BIRAC, AMTZ and Indian Pharmaceutical Alliance provide a unique learning platform
The fourth of a series of six virtual workshops on current Good Manufacturing Practices to support the Indian pharmaceutical / Medical Devices industry’s vision of
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a huge and everlasting impact on hospitals. Its outbreak in 2020,
saw many hospitals shut their doors on their patients, and defer treatment and care, due to safety concerns. They partially opened up at the end of the year, but even
The two waves of Covid-19 that have inflicted India so far have seen us scrambling for resources and medical supplies. Be it smaller medical establishments, or large hospitals, stock-out situations
have plagued the Indian healthcare infrastructure regularly. The adaption of technology and
robust real-time, agile, prediction models