Category : Experts Views

Universal Health Coverage: everyone, everywhere

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Dr Chandrakant Lahariya National Professional Officer, World Health Organization India Universal Health Coverage (UHC) aims that ‘all people have access to needed promotive, preventive, curative and rehabilitative health services, of sufficient quality to be …

Artificial Limbs Increasing the Movability for Physically Disabled People

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Technological innovation has increased the capacity of medical treatment especially in cases related to physical disability that are fixed by using prosthetic body part. Stats given by National Limb Loss Information Center for the …

Breastfeeding provides the strongest foundation for lifelong health and optimal nutrition

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Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh, WHO Regional Director for South-East Asia Exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life and continued breastfeeding up to the age of two years and beyond provides the strongest …

How home healthcare industry is set to transform the Indian healthcare industry

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  Dr Gaurav Thukral Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer (Acute and Pharma Services), Health Care at Home India Pvt. Ltd Health has always been a critical issue for the developing nations and …

Pricing the CART Cell Therapy- Indian Perspective

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Abstract The Chimeric Antigen Receptor- T Cell (CAR-T Cell) therapy is a ray of hope for patients suffering from refractory Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) under the therapy name “Kymirah” by Novartis. It is a …

First time in Eastern Region : A successful Knee replacement done by Unique Navigated system

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“Riddhima’s shoes, her frenzied possessions, collected from all across the world, sat inside the closet for years together. At times, she used to open the closet to clean and keep all the shoes back …

A COMPARITVE STUDY OF STRESS LEVELS OF DOCTORS IN GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE SECTOR

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“A COMPARITVE STUDY OF STRESS LEVELS OF DOCTORS IN GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE SECTOR.” Shrini Shukla, Program Officer for Chhattisgarh State Health System Strengthening Project, Introduction: Modern life is full of stress ranging from personal …

IoMT: A Game Changer in Healthcare in 2020

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Amit U Jain With a cluster of Cloud Computing, Big Data, wearable devices, portable devices etc., IoMT is making healthcare move towards an integrated healthcare delivery system that leverages technology, while being patient-centric. It …

TOBACCO – THE SILENT KILLER

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On the occasion of World No Tobacco Day – 31st May 2018   “It killed our ancestors; It’s killing us and will kill our generations.” Tobacco the most commonly sold drug that looks cheap …

Eating right and keeping well during Ramadan: An expert guide

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Swapping fried food for grilled goodness, ditching samosas, swerving sugar and salt, and spending nights drinking as much water as possible could help millions of Muslims across the globe tackle the challenges of Ramadan. …