It is not just Kerala and its neighbouring states where Covid infections have been rising over the past few days. As many as 13 states recorded an increase in cases last week, apart from Tamil Nadu which saw no change, although absolute numbers remained low at most places, reports Amit Bhattacharya.
With the rising incidence of the black fungus alongside COVID19, more and more patients are indulging in the self-prescription of Amphotericin B - an anti-fungal medication. However, inappropriate unprescribed use of this drug can cause serious complications too. Here is what you know about Amphotericin
Prequalification will fast-track procurement and global access of ROTAVAC 5D®
The only rotavirus vaccine in the world to be delivered in a 0.5 ml dose volume
Bharat Biotech today announced that the World Health Organization (WHO) has awarded prequalification to its rotavirus vaccine, ROTAVAC 5D®.
Owing to reverse smoking, high lung cancer incidences seen in women
80-85% of patients continue to report lung cancer at advance stages
Targeted tissue therapy fast becoming best alternative to chemotherapy for cancer treatment
The life expectancy of lung cancer patients has increased
Virologists and health experts are not on the same page about the timing and the characteristics of a new wave. The third wave, some argue, could be an aggregate of many ripples spread across the country.
During the first Covid outbreak in India in early 2020, the government
The civic body’s mega centre at Jai Hind Bhawan on Harish Mukherjee Road is also drawing huge crowds from outside the city limits. This centre is getting a daily allocation of around 800 vaccines in a day.
KOLKATA: A significant number of those queueing up for
The portrait, entered in the Archibald Prize, features Dr West in full Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) holding the hand of a patient. The painting also includes an oxygen mask; a common COVID-19 treatment.
Dr Lokuge, who has been painting since high school, said the artwork is
Scientists, including an Indian-American researcher, have identified a molecule that can help treat breast cancer, giving hope to patients who have become resistant to traditional therapies.
The first-in-class molecule shuts down oestrogen-sensitive breast cancer in a new way, researchers said.
First-in-class drugs are those that work by