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For an emergency physician, there is no “typical day.” The next patient could have appendicitis just as easily as a severe bone fracture. Life in the emergency room (ER)—more commonly known as the emergency department (ED) among physicians—is both unpredictable and fast-paced. But it’s not

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 In a step towards increasing its footprint in the country, Aster DM  Healthcare, one of the largest integrated healthcare service networks in the GCC and India, has announced  the launch of its 75-bedded dedicated ‘Women and Children Hospital’ in Kottakkal, Kerala. Comprising of  28 Neonatal

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OmiX iAMP is a multiplex platform-based test that can accurately detect Covid-19, TB, Influenza and, thereby, address detection dilemmas faced by physicians in diagnosing diseases with similar symptoms   OmiX iAMP is able to report 10x more tests in the same time at 1/10th the

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In a study of 614 fully vaccinated health workers in India discovered a "significant" drop in their COVID-fighting antibodies within four months of the first shot. This findings might help the Indian government to decide whether to provide booster doses. Some of the Western countries have done. The director

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In England, all 12- to 15-year-olds will be offered a COVID-19 vaccine after the top medical advisers said on Monday that this will benefit children from reduced disruption to their education. The British government confirmed that the offer would be extended to all children aged 12-15

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The National Medical Commission has agreed to make significant changes to the draft post-graduate medical education regulations 2021 bill, which proposed a common counselling for all the institutions on the basis of national rankings. Minimum stipend for junior residents has not fixed. Several doctors’ bodies,

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According to the senior Biden administration official, the US is communicating regularly with India through bilateral and multilateral channels to discuss about the supply of COVID-19 vaccines and also to inquire about the timeline for restarting the vaccine exports. The global pandemic will be the key

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In Uttar Pradesh with two more casuality reported due to dengue, the death count due to the viral fever in the district rose to 60 on Monday, stated officials in Firozabad. Additional Director, Health, Agar Divison, A K Singh stated that a 14-year-old girl died in

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Study of over 350 public limited corporates by CSRBOX reveals over 750 CSR projects were implemented to combat second wave India Inc. spent over INR 1,600 crore on combatting the second wave of Covid-19 in financial year 2020-21. A study of over 350 public listed companies

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On Sunday, Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy said, U.S. President Joe Biden will be announcing the new steps to reduce the spread of COVID-19 before the U.N. General Assembly meets. Although Murthy did not specify what those steps would be. The next session of the General

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