Mumbai: Doctors save Pakistani boy's cancer affected hand

A young Pakistani boy, who was on the verge of getting his hand severed in his home country because of cancer, was saved by Indian doctors.

India needs 3.5 mn hospital beds, 3 mn doctors by 2034: Report

The Indian healthcare delivery system, which suffers from acute problem of limited resources, will need an investment of around USD 245 billion through traditional means to deliver desired outcome in next two decades, according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) report.

Joan Rivers' daughter files negligence lawsuit against clinic
Joan Rivers' daughter files negligence lawsuit against clinic

 Joan Rivers ' daughter Melissa Rivers has filed a lawsuit against doctors and the clinic where Joan was treated for showing negligence during the treatment.

Two doctors get Padma Bhushan, 16 Padma Shri

Two members of the medical fraternity were Sunday named for the Padma Bhushan, while 16 were selected for the Padma Shri.

West Bengal: Villagers demand vaccination, doctors assure safety

Villagers on Wednesday lined up in front of a rural hospital at Sandeshkhali in South 24-Parganas district demanding they be vaccinated against rabies.

AR Rahman gives tickets of 'I' to doctors
AR Rahman gives tickets of 'I' to doctors

Double Oscar-winning composer A.R. Rahman offered tickets of his latest Tamil outing "I" to a group of doctors and their families of Apollo Hospital here as a token of gratitude for treating his mother when she was seriously ill.

Healthcare quality should not suffer in quest for more doctors: Nadda

Union Health Minister J P Nadda Saturday said the medical education framework must attend to the "critical requirement" of enhancing clinical skills which he claimed often get ignored due to the pressure of producing more doctors.

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DNA test of unnecessary surgeries in hospitals

A recent study by Mumbai's Medi Angels claim that approx 44% of the surgeries recommended by doctors are for their own financial gains. Therefore, patients must seek second opinion before any surgery.
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Ebola returns to Europe with first case diagnosed in Scotland

A healthcare worker recently back from Sierra Leone was diagnosed with Ebola on Monday by doctors in Scotland`s largest city, the first diagnosis of the deadly virus in Britain during the current outbreak.

CMC suspends registrations of seven private doctors in Raipur

Raipur: The Chhattisgarh Medical Council (CMC) suspended registrations of seven private doctors today, after the incident of?unnecessary hysterectomies by doctors, to allegedly make insurance claims surfaced in the state, more than two years ago.

Doctors want pregnant Irishwoman off life support

Irish doctors who have been keeping a brain-dead pregnant woman on life support in hope of saving her 17-week-old foetus pleaded in court today to be permitted to turn off the machines because their treatment was becoming horrific and could not end in a successful birth.

Doctors end strike in Rama Krishna Mission hospital

The agitating doctors of Rama Krishna Mission Hospital here ended their three-day strike on Thursday after Home Minister Tang Byaling assured them of providing security during duty.

Doctors will now write generic drugs name in capital letters

The Centre has amended rules in Indian Medical Council Regulations 2002, directing physicians to prescribe drugs with generic names in legible and capital letters, the Lok Sabha was informed today.

EU calls for 5,000 doctors to fight Ebola: Source

The European Commission called Wednesday for 5,000 doctors to be sent from EU states to combat West Africa`s Ebola epidemic, a European source said on Wednesday.

US lawmaker seeks faster visas for Indian and Pakistani doctors

Ahead of President Barack Obama`s slated plans to take unilateral executive action to overhaul America`s "broken" immigration system, a Democratic lawmaker has introduced legislation to expedite visas for Indian and Pakistani physicians.

Hyderabad HC asks Telangana junior doctors to end stir

 The Hyderabad High Court has asked striking junior doctors in Telangana to end their protest and resume duties within 48 hours.

Doctors step up efforts to save ailing children

 A day after the death of five babies at the Government hospital here, authorities today enlisted a team of child specialists from the Institute of Child Health at Chennai for treating six other infants who have been put on ventilator.

Compulsory for UK surgeons to reveal patient deaths

 Surgeons in the UK will have to make public their patient mortality rates or else they will face sanctions, a move opposed by some doctors who warned that it could lead to consultants refusing to take on difficult cases.