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Saudi Arabia Reports Three New MERS Cases, Highlighting Risks and Differences from COVID-19

The Saudi health ministry has notified the World Health Organization (WHO) of three new Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) coronavirus cases in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Sadly, one of these cases resulted in death. All three individuals were male, aged between 56 and 60, with pre-existing health conditions. None of them were healthcare workers. This brings …

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Exploring the Ever-Evolving Landscape of Healthtech Innovations

In recent years, Healthtech has emerged as a dynamic and rapidly evolving sector, captivating both consumers and investors alike. The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic catalyzed a surge in demand for innovative healthcare solutions, prompting the emergence of new technologies and startups aimed at revolutionizing the industry. As we navigate through this transformative period, let’s …

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Max Healthcare’s Ambitious Expansion Plans in Uttar Pradesh

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Max Healthcare Institute Ltd (MHIL), a prominent private hospital chain based in Delhi, has recently unveiled its ambitious plans to invest a staggering ₹2,500 crore in developing hospitals in Lucknow and bolstering its presence in Uttar Pradesh (UP). This strategic move underscores the company’s commitment to providing top-notch healthcare services and contributing to the state’s …

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India Emerges as Global Cancer Capital, Witnessing Alarming Surge in Cases, Reports Apollo Hospitals

A recent study by Apollo Hospitals reveals concerning trends in non-communicable diseases (NCDs) across India, with cancer cases witnessing an unprecedented rise. The 4th edition of the Health of Nation Report, released on World Health Day 2024, designates India as the “cancer capital of the world.” The report highlights a surge in NCDs such as …

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UK’s NHS Recruits 2,000 Doctors from India to Address Medical Workforce Shortage

The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) has embarked on an initiative to recruit 2,000 doctors from India. Under this fast-track program, doctors will undergo postgraduate training in India before being deployed to hospitals in the UK. The initiative aims to tackle the NHS’s longstanding struggle with medical workforce shortages, exacerbated by factors such as low …

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Patiala Doctors Summoned to Lok Adalat as Health Department Defaults on Internet Bills

Medical officers from the Punjab health department stationed at Aam Aadmi Clinics (AACs) in Patiala have been summoned to the National Lok Adalat after the department failed to clear the clinics’ internet bills. The civil judge, Arun Gupta, issued summons for the medical officers to appear on March 9, 2024, to address the outstanding payment …

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Budget 2024: Pharma Industry Urges More Tax Breaks for R&D, Innovation, and Increased Healthcare Spending

Amidst the anticipation surrounding the upcoming Union Budget on February 1, the healthcare and pharmaceutical industry has outlined a comprehensive wishlist for Budget 2024, aiming for policies that foster innovation, research and development (R&D), and increased healthcare spending. Sudarshan Jain, Secretary General of the Indian Pharmaceutical Alliance, emphasized the need for conducive policies that offer …

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From Panic to Precision: Revolutionizing Code Blue Responses in Healthcare

The frequent blare of a “Code Blue” alarm signals critical, life-threatening emergencies demanding swift and accurate responses. A meticulous 24-month analysis across tertiary care hospitals reveals a daunting reality – 720 Code Blue calls, with 620 genuine emergencies and a survival rate plummeting to 11.13% for cardiac arrests. This stark scenario necessitates a paradigm shift …

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WHO Calls for Regulation of AI in Healthcare Due to Risks, Citing Bias and Privacy Concerns

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The World Health Organization (WHO) is calling for the regulation of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare due to the associated risks, according to a report. WHO emphasizes the need to establish safety and efficacy in AI tools, make them accessible to those who require them, and encourage communication among AI developers and users. While recognizing …

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