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Appeal for patient at CMCH

Mr. Harinder Singh, (hospital Unit No. C-7789110) was admitted in Christian medical college & Hospital, Ludhiana 3 days ago with severe back pain, fever and disturb consciousness. He was told by the doctor to have tuberculosis of the spine (back). In view of low BP and disturb consciousness he was admitted in ICU. He had

Doctor acquitted in rape case

New Delhi, Oct 9, A Delhi court has acquitted a doctor of the charge of raping a woman patient, saying the alleged victim’s testimony was inconsistent and could not be relied upon. Additional Sessions Judge Sanjiv Jain absolved the accused, a doctor running a private clinic in south Delhi, of the charges of rape and

Haryana BJP leader stops ambulance, patient dies

Haryana BJP leader stops ambulance. On Saturday evening, the ambulance allegedly hit Mr Nagpal’s car at a traffic intersection in Fatehabad, around 220 km from Chandigarh. Patient Naveen Soni’s relatives, Sitaram Soni and Arun Soni, have said in their complaint that the BJP leader chased the ambulance down, blocked its way and refused to let

Traffic SI stopped the President’s convoy and gave way to ambulance trapped in jam

A Traffic Police officer from Karnataka stopped the convoy of President Pranab Mukherjee. The incident took place on Saturday’s Trinity Circle of Bangalore. Actually, the President’s convoy was going to be passing through here. Due to VIP movement there was an order to stop traffic from all sides. But during this time SI Nijalingappa posted

8 year old cancer patient makeover to look like Cara Delevingne

Cancer Patient, 8, Recreates Cara Delevingne’s Met Gala Look

Cancer Patient, 8, Recreates Cara Delevingne’s Met Gala Look . Cara Delevingne shaved her head for her upcoming drama Life In a Year.  Delevingne totally rocked it and created a futuristic look by covering her scalp in a silvery mixture. And now a makeup artist has recreated the look on a young girl battling cancer.8 year-old

Patient registration free Chandigarh government hospitals

Patient registration free in Chandigarh government hospitals

Chandigarh:  Patients coming to the government health facilities here in Punjab no longer require to pay a registration fee, the Health Department said on Tuesday. A Health Department spokesperson said OPD (Out-Patient Department) registration will be free in the government multi-specialty hospital, civil hospital in Manimajra, Sector 22 and Sector 45 as well as dispensaries.

Suspected dengue patient dies at Civil Hospital

Ludhiana: Due to non-availability of blood platelets in Civil Hospital, Ludhiana, 22-years-old Noorsad of Janakpuri died on Wednesday late evening. It was a suspected dengue death. The health department officials, however, claimed that it was not confirmed that the deceased was suffering from dengue as the department was yet to take the blood sample for dengue

‘Jaadu Ki Jhappi’ in Kolkata hospital: Communications lessons for doctor-patient gap

Kolkata: Remember how Munna Bhai’s trademark “Jaadu Ki Jhappi” (magical hug) in the film “Munna Bhai MBBS” worked its wonders on patients? Well, a unique communications course designed by a doctor here coaches physicians to be more sensitive and helps bridge the patient-doctor gap. An initiative by surgical oncologist and breast and endocrine surgeon Diptendra

Patient Examined in torch light at GGSMC hospital Faridkot

  Faridkot: A emergency case in which ,patient Examined in torch light at GGSMC hospital Faridkot, today. According to source, Electricity in hospital snaps for more than one hour and there is no power backup. Medical Superintendent by making an excuse said he was not aware of this problem as he is in Chandigarh.

New smartwatch app could improve patient safety

New York: A new smartwatch app being developed at Binghamton University may prevent serious injury for nursing home residents due to poor communication systems, researchers say. The proposed design integrates all of the existing safety systems at nursing homes — for example, call lights, chair and bed alarms, wander guards, calling-for-help functions — and provides

Junior doctors protest for 4 hours; patient care services hard hit

Chandigarh: For about four hours the patient care services at the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), went on halt as about 1200 junior residents from various department sat on protest outside the PGI’S administrative block here on Friday. Sharing the reason behind the called strike, most of the junior doctors said