From the past months, several infants’ death incidents have been bringing out in the different parts of Kolkata that accused the State health authorities to run hospitals.
As per report, eight infants’ babies have died at the BC Ray Memorial Hospital within past 24 hours, the sole state-run referral hospital for newborns in Bengal.
This is really horrible that State hit again with the infants’ death and hospital authorities are not ready to take any responsibility for this. According to them the babies were brought to the hospital in a critical state with low birth weight and infections. Read the rest of this entry…
‘Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation’ is the scientific method that can boost the learning power of a person by passing small electric currents through the brain.
Through this method, for 20 minutes small currents having an intensity of 1-2m are passed that make firing of neurons in specific regions of the brain simpler.
As per study of the University of Oxford’s department’s researcher, such technology helps to treat brain injury patients of having impaired abilities and those with learning difficulties by improving capability of vision, decision-making, problem-solving, mathematical, language and short memory. Read the rest of this entry…
FIR has filed by Delhi Police against an unknown person in the case baby brutality case under which two year old baby, named Falak, has beaten very badly along with several injuries on her head , cardiac arrest, broken arms and her body marked by “human bits”.
Falak is admitted in the All India Institue of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) where she is struggling for her life. Doctors shifted her at the neurosurgery ICU of the AIIMS trauma centre for ventilator support. But her chances of survival are only 30-40% and if doctors will able to save her life then it will be not sure that she will be able to lead a simple life due to many heavy injuries that damaged her head and made her to stay in coma. Read the rest of this entry…
Today when everyone is busy to fulfill his desire and to make his life more comfortable something still missing that is being connected socially.
No connection means feel lonely and left out, even ignorance from a stranger also disturbed us and hurts.
This has also studied by researchers from Purdue University, Ohio University and the Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata in Argentina by making eye-contact with people.
A new study shows that even being ignored by a stranger hurts. A person who walks at the road either made eye contact with some people and smiled or looked in the air as direction of people without eye contact as being ignored them. Read the rest of this entry…
As per Health Organisations records, more than 40% of the world’s population is now infected from dengue fever.
From 2008 the numbers of infected people are rapidly increases and around more than 100 countries are endemic with fever.
WHO, the World’s Health Organisation said, “Today, severe dengue affects most Asian and Latin American countries and has become a leading cause of hospitalization and death among children in these regions.”
As per measures 5, 00 000 people amongst them several are children are require hospitalization each year and 2.5% die because of dengue. Read the rest of this entry…
India’s biggest drug maker, Ranbaxy is facing a situation of changes in its plants both in US and India as permanent injunction filed in a federal court in Maryland by the US Justice Department.
As per Department, Ranbaxy plants are not accordance with standards as per the rules and there has problems with data integrity, so department filed settlement against the Ranbaxy in the court.
Ranbaxy also had received complaint from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regarding its standard in December and Company promised to made changes at its manufacturing plants in the US and India.
But having no effective action by Ranbaxy, now Justice Department is deciding to act legally against Company by filling injunction. The Assistant Attorney General for the Justice Department’s Civil Division, Tony West said, “This action against Ranbaxy is groundbreaking in its international reach – it requires the company to make fundamental changes to its plants in both the United States and India.” Read the rest of this entry…
The doctors of Malda, West Bengal where newly tremendous incident of death of 15 babies has happened within 48 hours, has been defended by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee by saying that all has because of poor infrastructure of Government hospital left by previous govt.
As per average death rate record, 40,000 infants every year in West Bengal has died and death of 15 more infants would raise the hurdles of the Malda Medical College Hospital that is already accused under the act of negligence that resulted in death of 26 infants on last November within six days.
But as per Malda hospital authorities, 4 babies out of seven that were died had brought in a very critical condition and two amongst them were brought dead, and they denied of having any negligence from them. Read the rest of this entry…
The 9 years old conjoined twins, Vani and Veena wants to stay in the hospital and also have desire to go to school after their operation will complete.
But on the basis of their age factor, it is required for them of having psychological development that they will get only when they interact with outsiders.
However the doctors and hospital authorities of Niloufer Hospital, Hyderabad where both are admitted and their treatment are in processing, advised Veena and Vani‘s parents to bring them home for their social development.
But Parents are refusing to do same as per authorities. According to them they can not bear the cost of taking care of these twins. Read the rest of this entry…
In Gurgaon’s Medanta Medicity Hospital, New Delhi, Tejasree, Ansa and Anish named children who were suffering from liver disease, has successfully operated after having 20 hours operation with team of 40 doctors and 110 staff members.
Amongst them Ansa, 22-month-old lives in Kashmir and one-year-old Anish from Gaziabaad , both were suffered from biliary atresia.
The three-year-old Tejasree who brought from Gandhinagar in Gujarat had lead to Maple syrup urine disease (MSUD) due to which she could not digest even milk and had to only drink milk that their relative would send from the US which cost about Rs 50,000 a month. Read the rest of this entry…
The Pipili gang rape turns to a news fact when the alleged girl’s father refused to give his consent while India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in New Delhi came to him and asked to write consent.
However the victim girl has admitted in the SCB Medical College and Hospital, her condition is critical. So for better treatment and also due to lack of super-speciality facilities of neurological and psychological disorders, she is going to be shift to the AIIMS in the ICU ward.
As per doctors report who are attending her, the girl’s condition is slowly improved but still it is very critical.
But shocking fact is that why girl’s father refused to write consent at the time when his daughter is in hospital and fighting for her life. Read the rest of this entry…