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A Critical Situation

In an exclusive conversation Dr. Rommel Tickoo, Associate Director - Internal Medicine, Max Hospital, Saket speaks about the reasons contributing to the increase in Covid-19 cases, the challenges in management and the outlook.

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IFFCO Setting Up Oxygen Plant In Guj, To Give It For Free To Hospitals

IFFCO will also put up three more plants across the country to help the nation in this pandemic period, it said.

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Private Sector To Play Vital Role In COVID-19 Vaccination Drive: RS Sharma, National Health Authority

Sharma said that while private hospitals are playing an important role in the vaccination programme, the private sector itself is poised to contribute actively to major healthcare-related initiatives including roadmap for Co-WIN platform, and National Digital Health Mission.

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COVID: Panel Set Up To Ensure Adequate, Timely Supply Of Medical Oxygen To Hospitals In J-K

The committee has been asked to meet frequently and make necessary arrangements for ensuring regular and adequate supply of medical oxygen to all hospitals to meet any current and future needs,

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Covid ICU Beds With Ventilators Fully Occupied In 69 Of 94 Hospitals In Delhi

Out of 1,177 COVID ICU beds with ventilators, only 79 were vacant, while 348 out of 2,130 COVID ICU beds without ventilators were vacant, according to the app.

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Vaccinated Indian National Among 20 New COVID-19 Cases Reported In Singapore

The Indian, who worked as a lashing specialist, was detected as COVID-19 positive through pooled rostered routine testing on April 7, according to a news report.

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World Health Day: Liver Disease On Rise, Alarming Factors

Patients with liver disease may not have any symptoms or discomfort, therefore, an early visit to a liver specialist is helpful. Most patients with liver disease, including liver cancer can be offered very good and often curative treatments despite advanced stages of their liver disease.

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Pvt Vehicle Public Place Even With Single Person, Mask Has To Be Worn: HC

"There are several possibilities in which while sitting alone in the car one could be exposed to the outside world. Thus, it cannot be said that merely because the person is travelling alone in a car, the car would not be a public place," the court said.

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Healthcare: From Waiting Rooms To Holograms

Here are key lessons for healthcare organizations on how to use technology to make their services more accessible to patients:

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Omani Child’s Liver Saves Indian Child In A Rare Domino Transplant

The donor and two recipients luckily did not face any hiccoughs in the postoperative recovery period.

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D&I Initiatives Are Key To Priorities In Mental Health At The Workplace

A welcoming step towards being inclusive of mental health will be to sensitize, educate and encourage the employees as well as the leadership at all levels.

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10 Effective Physical & Mental Fitness Activities For Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders

Here are 10 mental or cognitive activities which can help in the cognitive developmental of a child:

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COVID-19: India Records 96,982 New Cases, 446 Fresh Fatalities

India on Monday recorded an all-time high of 1,03,558 single day new coronavirus infections in a span of 24 hours.

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COVID-19: Delhi Govt Orders Its Hospitals To Run 1/3rd Of Inoculation Sites 24x7, Increase Bed Count

The case positivity rate also rose to 5.54 per cent amid a massive surge in cases in the last few weeks, according to a health bulletin.

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WHO Reports 10% Weekly Rise In Virus Cases

WHO said in its weekly update on the status of the global outbreak published on Wednesday,the worldwide number of new COVID-19 cases peaked in early January at nearly 5 million cases, but then dropped to about 2.5 million cases per week in mid-February.

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