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Ludhiana: Kin perform delivery in absence of doc, woman loses baby

The family members of Ramandeep Kaur, who belonged to Rajgarh village, Raikot tehsil, even submitted a written complaint with SMO Dr Geeta, giving details how the patient was given raw treatment since she was admitted to the hospital, which allegedly led to the death of her child.

Jaipur : 3 fire incidents in a month at SMS Hospital raise concern

Frequent fire incidents at Sawai Man Singh Hospital and medical college are putting a question mark on the safety of the patients and the healthcare staff.

Madurai: MMHRC’s pan-Indian car rally on cancer awareness concludes

The officials said that they resorted to creating such awareness as many didn't know that 80% of cancer, among children, is curable if detected on time.

Breast cancer detection van launched in Noida to screen patients for free

This bus will travel through UP and Haryana touching the remote areas around the regions of Ghaziabad, Delhi, Noida, Greater Noida, Hapur, Gannaur, Sonipat, Pilakhua, Dadri, Sahibabad, Kundli, Indirapuram, Gohana and Modinagar.

Jaipur: SMS makes separate arrangements for patients coming with heatstroke

All the patients with heatstroke belonged to Jaipur’s rural areas. According to the health experts, heatstroke is a medical emergency, which needs immediate medical help.

Jaipur : SMS Hosp patients to get medicines on bed

City’s Sawai Man Singh Hospital, competing with private and corporate hospitals, has started providing medicines to patients on their beds.

Goa Medical College to offer palliative care for cancer patients

Borkar said GMC dean S M Bandekar and the government have been very supportive and made all provisions to get the centre started with required facilities and staff.

WB: Doctors' strike enters 2nd day, patients suffer

The strike by junior doctors of NRS Medical College and Hospital here entered the second day on Wednesday, leaving patients in the lurch.

Hyderabad: OGH gasps for emergency drugs

The latest indent of drugs at the OGH shows unavailability of six out of nine emergency drugs.

No heart surgeries at JJ as it runs out of crucial equipment

Citing dues amounting to Rs 3 crore, vendors stop supply of oxygenators and artificial valves; Manoj Joshi, head of CVTS Dept, says hospital tackling the situation.

Maharashtra: Notices to be issued to 2 Sion Hospital doctors

Their alleged negligence resulted in the death of a 19-year-old patient last year.

1 in 3 healthcare staff at AIIMS faces violence

A recent study has shown that even All India Institutes of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) has not been spared from assaults against healthcare workers by irate patients and their family members.

Kolkata attack: Doctors' stir spreads to Delhi & Maharashtra, OPDs shut today

Healthcare services across Delhi and Maharashtra are set to be paralysed on Friday with doctors giving a call for complete shutdown of OPD services and routine surgeries in government hospitals as a mark of solidarity with members of their fraternity in Bengal who have been protesting against murderous attacks on them.

Doctors in US, UK and China also vulnerable

The rise in incidents of violence against doctors isn’t limited to Delhi or hospitals in India. This phenomenon is being seen as an emerging crisis in healthcare that is growing in several other countries, including USA, UK and China.

Crisis deepens in Bengal as doctors refuse to call off strike, CM warns of strict action

The protesting doctors at NRS hospital demanded chief minister’s intervention, though chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday visited SSKM hospital, where thousands of doctors are also protesting.

Aurangabad: MGM hospital to get a modern ICU

The charitable hospital already has nine ICUs and the one unveiled on Saturday would be the 10th ICU of the hospital.

Bengal healthcare in coma as over 700 doctors quit

Bengal's healthcare system stared at an imminent collapse on Friday with more than 700 government-employed doctors tendering resignations in an unprecedented show of solidarity with their striking junior colleagues.

Mamata blinks, but docs reject offer of resolution

She assures security, asks for withdrawal of strike; doctors want her to visit hospital where violence erupted

Aurangabad: GMCH conducts procedure to detect non-palpable cancer

As many as 180 delegates, including radiologists, pathologists, surgeons and PG radiology and surgery students from Aurangabad, Nanded, Hingoli, Jalgaon and other cities participated in the event.

AIIMS doctors skip OPD services after kin of patient ‘manhandle’ colleague

The alleged attack on the AIIMS doctor comes against the backdrop of the medical fraternity holding protests all over the country in solidarity with the junior doctors in West Bengal.