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Indian standardization soon for medical devices

    Indian standardization soon for medical devices

NEW DELHI: A range of medical devices, old or new, will soon have an ‘Indian standard’ and nearly 1,000 products are currently being benchmarked, a top government official has said.

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India leads in multi-drug resistant tuberculosis

    India leads in multi-drug resistant tuberculosis

NEW DELHI: India accounted for 24 per cent cases of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) in 2017 – the highest in the world and followed by China’s 13 per cent and

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Institutional births help cut child mortality rate

    Institutional births help cut child mortality rate

NEW DELHI: The government’s initiatives to promote institutional births, scaling up newborn care at home and strengthening of immunization services are the key initiatives credited for achieving “historic” under-five mortality

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Indian doc alleges racism in UK health service

    Indian doc alleges racism in UK health service

LONDON: A senior Indian-origin medic who heads Britain’s leading doctors’ union has called on the government-funded National Health Service to treat its black and minority ethnic doctors more fairly, alleging

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Punjab to launch program to curb oral cancer

  Punjab to launch program to curb oral cancer

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab government will soon launch a special program to curb oral cancer in the state, Health and Family

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Audit contests Gujarat’s malnutrition figure

  Audit contests Gujarat’s malnutrition figure

GANDHINAGAR: The Comptroller and Auditor General of India has said the Gujarat government has shown low number of malnourished children

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India’s first anti-nuclear medical kit developed for paramilitary

  India’s first anti-nuclear medical kit developed for paramilitary

NEW DELHI: In a major shot in the arm for paramilitary and police forces, scientists at a central research institute

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UK medical journal lauds ‘Modicare’

  UK medical journal lauds ‘Modicare’

NEW DELHI: Narendra Modi is the first prime minister of India, which is engulfed in a “swirling epidemic of non-communicable

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Parents seek strict regulation of pvt hospitals

NEW DELHI: People, who have lost their children due to alleged medical negligence and malpractice, have launched a campaign under

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Stroke increases by 50% in India, says study

  Stroke increases by 50% in India, says study

NEW DELHI: Prevalence of ischemic heart diseases (IHD) and stroke has increased by over 50 per cent between 1990 and

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