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Hospital in controversy to be sealed, patients being shifted

Agra: The Paras hospital in Agra is being sealed following the death of 22 patients reportedly due to a shortage of oxygen.

Govt to announce regulatory guidelines for OTC drugs

R Chandrashekar, Deputy Drug Controller (India), MoH&FW, Govt of India, said that the government will soon announce regulatory guidelines in order to...

Over 50% donors ready: Plasma trials

GHAZIABAD: The health Department in Ghaziabad is planning to start plasma therapy trials in the district after over 50% of recovered patients have shown willingness to...

About 13000 COVID-19 patients in India do not have any symptoms:...

India's top health research agency on Tuesday revealed for the first time that of the total confirmed COVID-19 cases in the country 69...

Pharmacies to keep record of people buying fever med

HYDERABAD: All the pharmacies and pharmaceutical associations across the city have been directed to maintain record of persons purchasing drugs for fever,...

Wardbot to serve food and med to COVID-19 patients: IIT

CHANDIGARH: A team of researchers at IIT Ropar is aiming to develop a wardbot that will deliver food and medicine to COVID-19...

PGI gets 3,000 cancer cases annually

ROHTAK: More than 3,000 new cases of cancer are registered at the PGIMS Rohtak here every year. Figures of the...

Ready to deal with Chinese virus: Hospitals

New Delhi: The new deadly coronavirus infecting people in China has no cure at present. No vaccine exists either to prevent the disease.

Cartel of docs, pharma firms, labs fleecing patients: HC

Chennai: Asserting that a cartel of doctors, pharma companies and diagnostic labs is fleecing patients in the country, the Madras high court took a suo motu notice...

Music therapy for patients

SAMBALPUR: In a novel attempt, doctors at the District Headquarters Hospital in Sambalpur have started providing music therapy to the patients. 

Resistance to common antibiotic rising among Indian patients

New Delhi: Resistance to commonly-used antibioticclarithromycin is rising among Indian patients and that too at quite a fast pace, health experts have warned.

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IPC flags safety alert against immunosuppressive drug Tacrolimus

The Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission (IPC), which is the National Coordination Centre (NCC) for the Pharmacovigilance Programme of India (PvPI), has flagged a...

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