Fortis ‘healthcare’ now amongst the Guinness world record holders

Fortis ‘healthcare’ now amongst the Guinness world record holders

The ‘Fortis’ group of super specialty hospitals, has set to itself a new Guinness world record, of conducting 14,161 free cholesterol tests in the NCR region, on World Heart Day. The free cholesterol tests were part of the awareness campaign, run by Fortis as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility. 14,161 adults from the NCR region avail to themselves this opportunity of having a free cholesterol test at one of the leading health chains in…

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Pakistani Businessman Became Subject for Bone Marrow Transplant from Non-Family Donor

Pakistani Businessman Became Subject for Bone Marrow Transplant from Non-Family Donor

Three months ago a bone marrow transplant was performed on Abdul Samad, 36 year old Pakistani businessman, wherein the donor was a German resident. The bone marrow transplant surgery was conducted at a reputed Delhi Hospital on June 20. It was also the same time when bone marrow was extracted from the body of German donor. Myelodysplastic Syndrome, a disorder where the production of blood cells is low in bone marrow, was detected in Samad’s…

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Smile Train and Medanta Join Hands to Bring Smile on Cleft Lips

Smile Train and Medanta Join Hands to Bring Smile on Cleft Lips

The cosmetic surgery division of Medanta, The Medicity has recently joined hands with a US based NGO ‘Smile Train’ to provide free of cost treatments regarding cleft lip and palate surgeries in Gurgaon. Dr. Rakesh Khazanchi, director of the division of plastic, aesthetic and reconstructive surgery, along with his consummate team will conduct the surgery at Medanta. Talking about their collaboration with Smile Train for this humanity and quality health care cause, Dr. Naresh Trehan,…

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Fortis and GE Health Group Introduced Tele-ICU System in India

Fortis and GE Health Group Introduced Tele-ICU System in India

For managing critically ill patients in small towns, the Fortis Group in a joint venture with GE Health has launched a project called ‘CritiNext’ in India. Though the concept of tele-medicine or critical care through technology is in a budding state in India, both the two aforementioned healthcare groups are expecting a fruitful result from their initiative in the upcoming time. In this regard, the internet-base communication technology would be used so that 24×7 medical…

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Kidney Transplant Patient Support Group organized by Columbia Asia Hospital

Kidney Transplant Patient Support Group organized by Columbia Asia Hospital

Doctors are the face of Gods on earth and this has been proved with the doctor-patient initiative taken at Columbia Asia Referral Hospital in Bengaluru. Recently a ‘Kidney Transplant Patient Support Group’ has been started for the 32 year old Anita who has been suffering Chronic Kidney disease for last 2 years and is yet to find a donor for the resurgence of her life. The main aim behind starting this program is to bring…

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Medical Treatments in India Beneficial for Global Patients

Medical Treatments in India Beneficial for Global Patients

The benefits of opting for a medical tourism in India is now been recognized by various international organizations and a latest report states about its multifaceted profits too. Though all across the globe, around 50 countries have identified medical tourism as a major industry, but considering accreditation and other quality measures, the experts have suggested that some of the destinations are not only hazardous, but can also become life threatening for the medical tourists. India,…

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Latest News about Apollo Hospitals in India

Latest News about Apollo Hospitals in India

How Prone Are You to Heart Attack? Apollo Hospitals Would Tell You in 10 Seconds … Apollo Hospitals in India launch the 64 Slice CT Angio Scan to diagnose how prone is a person to heart attack. The breakthrough technology would minutely scan the arteries and walls of the heart for blocks and calcium deposits to generate highly clear cardiac images without the incision of a single needle. Moreover, the painless procedure would be over…

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