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Old May 18th, 2019, 10:43 PM   #1321
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ICH gets hi-tech system to transport lab samples

The creche, that will be open 24 x 7 at the institute, will take care of the children of the staff of the ICH, Government Hospital for Women and Children and Government Ophthalmic Hospital.

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CHENNAI: In a first-ever initiative in government sector hospitals in the State, Health minister C Vijaya Baskar officially launched the pneumatic tubular system, a system for transporting diagnostic samples like blood and urine for testing, to the laboratory, at the Institute of Child Health, Egmore, on Friday.

Speaking to Express, Dr A T Arasar Seeralar said, “The samples of blood and urine for diagnostic tests from the emergency and newborn wards, will be transported through pneumatic tubes system, a system that propels the test tubes by compressed air. The test samples were earlier transported manually to the laboratory. This is the first of its kind initiative in the government hospital. In the second phase, the facility will be extended to paediatric and surgical wards, and in the third phase, to other wards,” Arasar Seeralar said.

The health minister also inaugurated an Art theatre and creche. The creche, that will be open 24 x 7 at the institute, will take care of the children of the staff of the ICH, Government Hospital for Women and Children and Government Ophthalmic Hospital.
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Old June 29th, 2019, 06:37 PM   #1323
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More medical tourists from Gulf flock to India

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  • India has become a flourishing hub for medical tourism and the growth has been attributed to 'word of mouth'.
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India has been witnessing an influx of medical tourists from across the world, including the UAE and the Arab region, a doctor from the south Indian city of Chennai has said.

Dr Subash Udipi Rau, a renowned general and critical care physician with over 20 years of experience in the UK and in India, told Khaleej Times that patients from the region have been travelling to India mostly for treatments in orthopaedics, cardiac work, and some cosmetic treatments.

"A small segment of the patients also travels to India for treatment of lifestyle diseases, including bariatric surgeries, and some cardiac-related treatments including hypertension," said Dr Rau.

Though it is challenging to determine the exact number of Arab medical tourists who travel to India - Chennai, specifically - a large number of Indian expatriates travel from the UAE for a wide range of medical specialities, said Dr Rau.

The doctor said Chennai attracts about 45 per cent of health tourists from abroad and 40 per cent of domestic health tourists because of its doctors and healthcare facilities.

With 25 years of experience, Dr Rau has practised at the Venkataeswara Hospitals in Nandanam, Chennai, and he is also a consulting physician at Apollo Spectra Hospitals in Chennai.

He said that over the last 10 to 15 years, India has become a flourishing hub for medical tourism and the growth has been attributed to 'word of mouth', expertise and competitive price points.

"A large population of Indian doctors have been trained abroad and have returned to India for work. The cost of treatments in India are only one-tenth of those in the UK and the US. They are also cheaper than those in Singapore," Dr Rau said.

Natural treatments, such as Ayurveda and other ancient Indian healing practices, are also extremely popular among foreign clients.

Dr Rau is also an advisor with Dakshin Medical Tourism in Chennai, a company that works as a one-stop shop for medical treatment and prescription drugs in the city and throughout India.

"Dakshin Medical Tourism (DMT) connects our patients with the best doctors at the best hospitals for the best treatment," said Dr Rau. The DMT helps patients get the best results, based on the ailments they are suffering from. "We have a growing network of specialists who provide patients with the best treatments and results, keeping in mind the patients' budget as well.

"What we do is called 'concierge medicine', and what is unique is that our model is based on the niche information that only an insider has. That is, the reputation of doctors among peers, infection risks of hospitals, etc, rather than being purely based on commercial interests."

The DMT has four levels of services, which are diagnostics, specialist referral, hospitality and tourism.

"We will get as many opinions as required and guide our clients in making fully informed decisions regarding the treatments offered," said Dr Rau.

The DMT provides specialists for orthopaedics and spine surgery, urology and andrology, cardiac surgery, ENT surgery, transplantation surgery, oncology and oncosurgery, and ophthalmology, among other services.
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Old June 30th, 2019, 03:46 PM   #1324
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India’s largest bone bank inaugurated in Chennai

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Chennai: Rotary Madras Central Prahlad Rai Saraogi Bone Bank was inaugurated in Cancer Institute (WIA) Adyar, Chennai by Rotary International Director Elect Kamal Sanghvi in the presence of Babu Peram, Rotary District Governor – RI 3232 Chennai, Past District Governor SVRM Ramanathan as known as Abhirami Ramanathan, Saranyan, president, Rotary Club of Madras Central and other Rotarians, Doctors, officials from Cancer Institute (WIA) Adyar on 28 June.

This bank was built with approximately Rs 80 lakh by Rotary Club of Madras Central through Rotary International Global Grant programme. Dr Chandra Kumar (Orthopedic Oncologist) of Cancer Institute (WIA) will be the Head of Bone Bank. He has undergone special training in Singapore and South Korea to carry out Bone Bank operations.
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Old July 7th, 2019, 01:40 AM   #1325
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‘Tamil Nadu, a forerunner in ophthalmology’

The 34th edition of the annual conference of Intraocular Implant and Refractive Society of India (IIRSI) was inaugurated by Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami on Saturday.

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CHENNAI: The 34th edition of the annual conference of Intraocular Implant and Refractive Society of India (IIRSI) was inaugurated by Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami on Saturday. The two-day event is being attended by over 2,000 ophthalmologists, along with 20 prominent experts. IIRS India was established in 1982 to create a platform for ophthalmologists across the country for discussing the latest advancements in ophthalmology contributing to the treatment of preventive blindness.

Palaniswami said: “Health has always been an area of concern and challenge for the government. The State hosts many premier eye institutes which train aspiring ophthalmologists in advanced skills and technology. ” IIRSI 2019 has several interesting features this year. In Ophthalmic Premier League, participants will showcase their most challenging cataract cases through videos.
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Old July 11th, 2019, 12:37 AM   #1326
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7,468 organs harvested from donors so far: Minister

Organ donation awareness event held at Stanley Hospital

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At an organ donation awareness week programme, Health Minister C. Vijaya Baskar said 7,468 organs have been harvested from 1,282 deceased donors so far.

Taking part in the awareness programme organised at the Government Stanley Medical College Hospital on Monday, he urged people to come forward to make organ donation a public movement.

When organs of a brain dead person are donated, they give life to many people, he said, according to a press release.

He honoured the families of five donors and gave away prizes to winners of various competitions organised as part of the awareness week. Fisheries Minister D. Jayakumar was present.

Among others, Health Secretary Beela Rajesh, Director of Medical Education A. Edwin Joe and dean of Government Stanley Medical College Hospital Shantimalar were present.
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Old July 11th, 2019, 12:39 AM   #1327
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Only T.N. students will get govt. quota medical seats: Vijaya Baskar

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Old July 11th, 2019, 03:55 AM   #1328
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He means state government quota ....
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Old July 12th, 2019, 04:40 AM   #1329
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Apollo Hospitals, Samsung launch mobile clinic to fight NCDs
  • Responsible for over 50 per cent of deaths, NCDs like diabetes, cancer, hypertension and cardiac ailments cause majority of the fatalities in India.
  • Medical professionals from Apollo Hospitals will be engaged to execute the primary requirement of screening and camps through this initiative.NCDs are a growing menace across the world.

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Chennai: Samsung India Electronics has teamed up with the Apollo Hospitals Group on Wednesday to launch the 'Samsung-Apollo Mobile Clinic' to provide access to quality, preventive healthcare against growing non-communicable diseases (NCDs) to the less privileged in rural areas.

The mobile clinic is equipped with high-end technology for advanced screening of NCDs and is expected to increase awareness, besides helping in cure through early detection and preventive screening. Rural people will receive free-of-cost access to primary screening. Medical professionals from Apollo Hospitals will be engaged to execute the primary requirement of screening and camps through this initiative.NCDs are a growing menace across the world. Responsible for over 50 per cent of deaths, NCDs like diabetes, cancer, hypertension and cardiac ailments cause majority of the fatalities in India.

Commending the effort while inaugurating the clinic, TN Governor Banwarilal Purohit said healthcare needed increased focus and he's "happy to be part of this journey to make a difference".

Dr Prathap C Reddy, executive chairman of the Apollo Hospitals Group pointed out that the biggest challenge in India "is to make healthcare accessible to all, especially in the wake of the rising incidences of NCDs". An estimated 17 million people die of cardiovascular diseases worldwide every year and the real solution to all this is early detection and prevention. "But in our vast country, everyone cannot access hospitals due to time and distance issues. Apollo Hospitals decided to take the accessibility challenge head on. Powered by Samsung, we now have a mobile clinic which will reach everyone who needs healthcare", said Dr Reddy, adding, "Only healthy and happy citizens can build a prosperous India".

Pledging involvement with Apollo in "transforming communities and creating better life for people", corporate vice-president Peter Rhee of Samsung India said his company through this collaboration aspired to provide quality healthcare to the people of Tamil Nadu.
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Old July 12th, 2019, 10:55 AM   #1330
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Did anyone watch Vijayabaskar's response in TN Assembly on Stalin and Congress's accusation on NEET. This is available in you tube as well.

He listed each and every step taken by each successive Govt since 2005 related to entrance exam, doing away with it, NEET etc and clearly highlighted Congress/DMKs double standard and politics that they are playing in this.....Congress and DMK just could not respond anything....

While it is true currently ADMK is in power and they have the responsibility to resolve the issue or make sure there is improvement and make people accept NEET, DMK/Congress cannot use this as political tool because they are the culprits in the first case....
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Old July 17th, 2019, 11:53 AM   #1331
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Cancer Specialty Center to come up at Kanchipuram Karapettai at the cost of 120 crores


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Old July 17th, 2019, 09:29 PM   #1332
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Multi-crore projects for govt. hospitals

They include the creation of a Centre of Excellence at a cost of ₹120 crore

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Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami on Wednesday announced multi-crore projects in the health sector, including the establishment of a Centre of Excellence at a cost of ₹120 crore at the Arignar Anna Memorial Cancer Hospital at Karapettai in Kancheepuram district.

Making a suo motu statement in the Assembly, Mr. Palaniswami said additional primary health centres and urban primary health centres would be converted into welfare centres to provide 12 types of treatment, including pain relief, prevention, reduction and rehabilitation. The total allocation for this project is ₹105 crore.

New buildings would be constructed for health sub-centres at a cost of ₹79.93 crore under the Health for All scheme.

The Chief Minister said that since the first hour after an accident was considered the ‘golden hour’, the State government would set up Multi-disciplinary Critical Care Units at a cost of ₹49.01 crore in one hospital each in 32 districts to treat accident victims.

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Another project in the offing is the creation of a world-class Rehabilitation Centre at the Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine at K.K. Nagar in Chennai at a cost of ₹40 crore.
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Tamil Nadu’s Maternal Mortality Rate sees sharp six-point drop

Dips from 66 deaths per one lakh live births to 60

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Tamil Nadu’s Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) is down six points. It has dipped from 66 to 60 per one lakh live births, according to the 2018 State Health Management Information System data.

The MMR was 66 per one lakh live births as per the 2014-2016 Sample Registration System data. It was 90 per one lakh live births in 2010-2012, according to the Health and Family Welfare Department.

The decline of six points, say health officials, is a result of continuous efforts to improve maternal care and measures to address the commonest causes of maternal deaths.

“It is the last mile that is a tough job. We have started to distribute nutrition kits to pregnant women, and it will certainly have an impact after a while. Among the reasons that have led to this dip are continuous maternal death audits and follow-up of every case. Inter-facility Transfers, RCH centres of excellence and availability of specialists are among the other reasons,” said K. Kolandaswamy, Director of Public Health and Preventive Medicine.

Tamil Nadu achieved the Sustainable Development Goal of bringing MMR down to under 70 per one lakh live births by 2030 back in 2014-2016. The country’s maternal mortality rate stood at 130.

Based on maternal death audits, the department had identified the commonest causes for maternal deaths — anaemia, hypertension complicating pregnancy, post-partum haemorrhage, sepsis, heart disease complicating pregnancy — and adopted strategies to address them.

Tamil Nadu’s Maternal Mortality Rate sees sharp six-point drop

For instance, 6% of maternal deaths are due to heart disease complicating pregnancy. For this, Benzathine Penicillin injections for rheumatic heart disease are made available from block primary health centres. Mothers, aged above 30 years, are registered as high-risk and followed up regularly as 5% of total deliveries of mothers aged above 30 contributed to 21% of maternal deaths, according to official documents.

Pregnancy and Infant Cohort Monitoring and Evaluation, Reproductive Child Health ID and linkage with the Civil Registration System have played a vital role, Dr. Kolandaswamy said. “We are establishing RCH Centres of Excellence in major hospitals that account for more than 300 deliveries. Through this, we are augmenting the physical infrastructure in hospitals. This includes district headquarters hospitals and medical college hospitals,” he added.
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Old July 17th, 2019, 11:19 PM   #1334
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It is impossible to get exemption from NEET yet politicians belonging to all parties talk in the same manner of getting the same by putting pressure on the centre.In the assembly even the main opposition party do not taken up the issue of the state sliding down to 9th position from third in medical services index a fall of 6 position in just 2 years from 2016 to 2018. Is it not a serious matter?


I agree. That’s why we need employees in Govt offices to release Tik Tok videos like in Telengana
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I agree. That’s why we need employees in Govt offices to release Tik Tok videos like in Telengana
It is funny that Rajenderreddy. Aka Ranga is talking about Neet and TamilNadu . His own state has been a social outcast with regard to medical education for as long as I can remember ...maybe 30 years even . Andhra Pradesh ( united) was completely isolated from the rest of India, along with Kashmir in the sense that no Andhra or j and k student can study in a government college anywhere outside their own state , because they refused to allow other students to come in and study in their respective states . That’s why you don’t see too many Andhra doctors practising outside erstwhile Andhra Pradesh ....the only exception is when they did a dnb or managed to get themselves admitted to a central institute.
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Old July 30th, 2019, 01:40 AM   #1336
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Tamil Nadu to Celebrate 'Hospital Day' on Muthulakshmi Reddy's Birth Anniversary

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Chennai: The Tamil Nadu government Monday announced 'Hospital Day' celebrations to be held every year on July 30, the birth anniversary of one of the country's prominent successful woman doctors in the early 20th century and the State's first woman legislator Muthulakshmi Reddy.

A statement issued by the health ministry said doctors, nurses and other employees of government hospitals and primary health centres would be able to showcase their activities, new initiatives and achievements as part of the celebrations. "Funds have been allocated to every hospital," it said.


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responsibility (CSR) funds for development of the hospitals, the statement said.

Born on July 30, 1886, in Pudukottai princely state, Reddy took up various social service activities and became the first woman legislator of Tamil Nadu assembly, it said. Reddy, who died in 1968, also founded the Adyar Cancer Institute.
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Aster DM Healthcare to invest Rs 552 Cr for new hospital

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Aster DM Healthcare Wednesday said it will invest Rs 552 crore for its new 500-bed multi-speciality hospital coming up in Chennai. The construction of the hospital at Velachery in Chennai will begin soon and it will be made operational in two-and-a-half years, Aster DM Healthcare Chairman Azad Moopen said here.

After the company's director board meeting here, the Gulf-based healthcare tycoon said it has signed an agreement with a realty developer for setting up the hospital. Moopen said the business atmosphere in India has improved under the BJP-led government at the centre.

"This government is investment friendly. We expect that the Modi 2.0 government will have much more impact than his previous tenure," he said. Moopen said Alisha Moopen, Non-Executive Director and CEO of Aster Hospitals and Medcare Hospitals & Clinics-GCC, has been promoted to the role of Aster DM Healthcare's Deputy Managing Director.

Her appointment was approved by the Board of Directors during their meeting Wednesday. "The appointment is a part of our long-term strategy to create a sustainable business that is well-equipped to meet the needs of the market and the people," he said.

Aster DM Healthcare is a leading private healthcare service provider in multiple Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states. It is also an emerging healthcare player in India. Meanwhile, the Group Wednesday announced its financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2019.

The company said it has recorded a net profit of Rs 24.7 crore for the quarter ending June 30, 2019. Revenue from operations for Q1FY20 recorded an increase of 14.3 per cent reaching Rs 2,028.6 crore on sustained organic growth from its existing operations that includes 25 hospitals, 115 clinics and over 231 pharmacies in nine countries, including India, a company release said.
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3 victims of Madhya Pradesh botched cataract surgeries flown to Chennai hospital
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Did anyone watch Vijayabaskar's response in TN Assembly on Stalin and Congress's accusation on NEET. This is available in you tube as well.

He listed each and every step taken by each successive Govt since 2005 related to entrance exam, doing away with it, NEET etc and clearly highlighted Congress/DMKs double standard and politics that they are playing in this.....Congress and DMK just could not respond anything....

While it is true currently ADMK is in power and they have the responsibility to resolve the issue or make sure there is improvement and make people accept NEET, DMK/Congress cannot use this as political tool because they are the culprits in the first case....
BTW is it possible to scrap NEET for one state?
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