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* Mild symptoms for those who are fully vaccinated * Not much prevalent in children * Cases almost equal in men and women Severity in Covid-19 is much lesser in Omicron variant when compared to Delta variant. Those who are fully vaccinated with both the doses need not

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Max Healthcare has come up with a comparative study of all admitted Covid patients since the beginning of 3rd wave till Jan 20th, 2022. The study has been conducted under Dr. Sandeep Buddhiraja, Group Medical Director, Max Healthcare. This comparative study from all admitted patients across

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  The blood flow to the brain & hands had almost completely stopped and the patient was at the risk of a heart attack, stroke and kidney failure There is merely a 30% chance of survival in such cases when the whole world was looking forward

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Previous studies also demonstrated additional significant strengthening of protection against Omicron by Sputnik Light booster, which can also be a universal booster to other vaccines to strengthen and lengthen their protection against Omicron. A unique comparative study conducted at the Italian Spallanzani Institute, the leading

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~ Co-authored by Dr Asmita Mahajan, Consultant Neonatologist & Pediatrician, SL Raheja Hospital, Mahim & Dr Gurudutt Bhat, Consultant-Paediatrician, Fortis Hospital, Kalyan ~ Did you know that COVID19 may up the risk of Diabetes in children? Recently, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) researchers reported

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Semaglutide, a GLP-1 receptor analogue (GLP-1 RA), indicated for the management of type 2 diabetes has been developed in an oral formulation for the first time. Oral semaglutide will be a gamechanger for people with type 2 diabetes who prefer oral medications over injections. was

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    Regional Head Nursing- Kerala Cluster Aster DM Healthcare Introduction There is no denial of the fact that COVID‐19 outbreak constitutes a massive health challenge to the nurses all around the world. Hostile patients, vaccine distrust, staffing shortages and community indifference have been on the rise, making the job

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Plans to open 300-400 centres in 2022 In an effort to expand its basket of qualitative diagnostic services and preventive healthcare services, one of South India’s largest chain of medical diagnostic services provider, Medall today announced its plans to expand across South India. Apart from penetrating

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