WHO's surgical safety checklist makes surgery safer: Study

Implementation of World Health Organization's Surgical Safety Checklist should be made mandatory in India and the developing world as it significantly reduces postoperative morbidity and mortality, states a recent study.

Pregnant mother, child survive swine flu at Delhi hospital

A 28-year-old woman, who was suffering from swine flu and was on ventilator support, has delivered a healthy baby at a city hospital here.

Swine flu scare in Delhi: Health Minister says no need to panic

A day after Delhi recorded its first swine flu death, Health Minister JP Nadda ​on Saturday assured people that there is no need to panic.

Sonia Gandhi discharged from hospital

Congress president Sonia Gandhi, admitted to a hospital here for an infection in her lower respiratory tract, was on Tuesday discharged, a doctor said.

Sonia Gandhi's test results showing improvement, to be discharged soon: Doctors
Sonia Gandhi's test results showing improvement, to be discharged soon: Doctors

Congress president Sonia Gandhi, who was admitted to a hospital here for an infection in her lower respiratory tract, is feeling better and is all set to go home may be in a day or two, the hospital said on Monday.

Sonia Gandhi's health improving: Doctors

 Congress president Sonia Gandhi, who is admitted to a hospital here for an infection in her lower respiratory tract, is feeling better, the hospital said on Sunday.

Sonia Gandhi feeling better, will remain under observation: Doctors

Congress President Sonia Gandhi, who has been hospitalised for lower respiratory tract infection, is feeling better but will remain under observation.

Sonia Gandhi suffering from respiratory tract infection, condition stable

The condition of Congress president Sonia Gandhi was stable on Friday, a day after she was admitted to the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital here for an infection in the lower respiratory tract. 

Sonia Gandhi, hospitalised for respiratory tract infection, recovering fast

New Delhi: Congress chief Sonia Gandhi, who has been hospitalised for lower respiratory tract infection, is stable and recovering well.

Delhi reports 781 dengue cases till November 22

There has been a spurt in dengue cases in the national capital and its adjoining areas which reported a total 781 cases till November 22, civic officials said on Monday.

Dengue claims its first victim in Delhi this season

An eight-year-old boy has become the first victim of dengue in the national capital this year after he succumbed to the mosquito-borne infection.

Delhi hospital sends relief to Jammu and Kashmir

Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in Delhi has sent emergency relief supplies to flood-ravaged regions of Jammu and Kashmir to help it overcome the acute shortage of medicines and blankets.

Delhi hospital sends relief material for J&K flood victims

A city hospital on Saturday sent relief material for the victims of the devastating floods in Jammu and Kashmir, particularly those in Kashmir Valley.

Delhi-based hospital conducts fellowship programme for Afghan doctors

Delhi`s Sir Ganga Ram Hospital is providing fellowship programmes in ophthalmology and sub-specialty to Afghan doctors.

Decline of hearing ability related to gene: Experts

In a path-breaking research which may have implications for those suffering from a decline of their cognitive and hearing abilities, Indian and American experts have established the role of a specific gene in triggering such conditions.

Pancreatic, biliary cancers difficult to treat: Experts

Early diagnosis and treatment for pancreatic and biliary cancers is very challenging as development of breakthrough chemotherapy and target therapy is limited in such cases, say health experts.

Waste water treatment facilities make for hardy bacteria

Waste water treatment facilities can be hotspots for the spread of antibiotic resistance in bacteria, making them immune to drugs that fight infection.

Rare robotic surgery to remove cancer a first by docs in north

In a first by doctors in the northern region, a robotic procedure was used to remove a tumour from the large intestine to give a new lease of life to a 62-year-old city-based businessman.

Govt hospital nurse commits suicide in Delhi

A 24-year-old nurse of a government hospital allegedly committed suicide by hanging herself from a ceiling fan inside her hostel room in Rajendra Nagar area here on Monday, police said.

Indian researchers find faster way to detect sepsis in newborn

Indian researchers have devised a method that can immensely reduce the detection time of sepsis, one of the most common problems in newborn in India, thus reducing usage antibiotics usage.