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Heat therapy diabetic patients

Heat therapy may damage feet of diabetic patients

DP CORRESPONDENTLudhiana Sitting near bonfire or giving heat therapy by hot water bottle in winter season may damage the feet of diabetic patients. The doctors stated that the feet could be burnt or patients may see blisters in the sole of feet. The patients with such problems are increasing in, said Dr Parminder Singh of

Street Justice, ACP style

Street Justice, ACP style. Following a protest by the kin of a deceased woman against the Preet Hospital authorities at New Shivpuri, the police lathicharged the protesters on Sunday night. After some protesters hurled stones, the police made residents come out of their houses and forced them to slap each other.A 35-year-old woman, Shanti, was admitted to

Medical students from foreign countries visit DMCH

Four medical students foreign countries visit DMCH. Four medical students from different parts of the world recently visited DMCH under Student Exchange Programme organised by International Federation of Medical Student’s Association. The students including Eve Usenicnik from Slovenia, Gabnela Baksova and Krisztian Kanocz from Slovakia and Johan Estrada Perez from Mexico were given a warm

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Ludhiana DMCH and CMC to conduct study on hearing loss among traffic cops

Dayanand Medical College and Hospital (DMCH) and Christian Medical College, Ludhiana going to conduct a research study on hearing loss among traffic cops.  As per the initial plan, the project will commence in the coming weeks and will be conducted by ENT (ear-nose-throat) department of the DMCH. According to head of ENT department, similar study on Mumbai traffic

Sikh activist Joga Singh Khalistani succumbs to injuries at DMCH

Ludhiana: Battling for life from last three months, the Sikh activist Joga Singh Khalistani died at Dayanand Medical College and Hospital (DMCH) on Thursday. It may be recalled here that Joga Singh and his accomplices were attacked by car borne persons at Churpur Road on June 30. Joga Singh had suffered multiple injuries and admitted

DPI and DEO enquire about health of Atharva in DMCH

Ludhiana: Following the directions of Education Minister, Punjab, Dr. Daljeet Singh Cheema, Balbir Singh Dhol, DPI (S), visited Dayanad Medical College and Hospital along with Paramjit Kaur DEO (S), to know the current status of both the injured students, Atharva and Jagdeep Singh, who are admitted there to get medical treatment from last few days. They