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India's Hospitals Among The Best, Says Renuka Chowdhury

...cardiology, minimal invasive surgery, oncology and orthopaedics for treatment of foreign patients in India. Several patients from Europe have been travelling to India for what is called 'medical tourism'. The CII and IHCF have been specifically promoting medical tourism in India. Major hospitals showcasing thei...

Ossur Acquires the U.S. Orthopaedics Company

Iceland-based Ossur hf., a global orthopaedics company, has acquired Innovation Sports, Inc., a U...ate Ossur's strategic initiative to advance in the orthopaedics market with improved operating efficiencies and other synergies. Innovation Sports, based in Footh...

Shanghai Doctors Clueless About Baby's Deformity

...per quoted Chen Baocheng, director of the centre's orthopaedics department, as saying. "We don't know the cause of the deformity," he said. Chen said the doctors were likely to remove one of the left arms and try to preserve normal functions in the remaining one. "He may need a series of operations," he wa...

Lawn Mower injuries - children needs precaution

...stic surgery, microsurgery, pediatric surgery, and orthopaedics are at the forefront in repairing these injuries and see, firsthand, how devastating they can be for children and their families,' said ASPS President Bruce Cunningham, MD. 'It is equally important for us to aid in the prevention of these injuries as...

The myth about government hospitals

...clock and 4 superspecialists in medicine, surgery, orthopaedics and paediatrics. Medical superintendent Dr D.K. Sarma, AIIMS said that the patient needs to get his medical treatment in the golden hour period which is best for his survival. He said that istead of calling some unrecognised nursing homes which may ...

A&E departments To Be Shut Down warns NHS chief

...dded that some specialist departments, such as orthopaedics or oncology may be combined in fewer units. He pointed out that this task was challenging because, the excellent results will have to be maintained along with meeting the challenge of the deficits. Sir Ian also mentiond to the ‘Guardian’...

Apollo Group Permitted to Carry out Surgeries in its Oman Centre

...us is on gynaecology, neonatology and paediatrics, orthopaedics and general surgery. The centre currently has around 20 doctors, but the staff strength is expected to go up to 75 with the induction of new doctors, nurses, paramedics, technicians and others. There are over 300,000 Indians residing in Oman. ...

A Soldier's Healing Touch

... radiology, dermatology, dentistry, physiotherapy, orthopaedics and surgical departments. The cost of surgeries ranges between Rs. 5,000 and Rs. 8,500 - depending on how complicated they are. A woman is charged 50 paise a day, and supported with Rs. 1.50. "We are also now working out a medical insurance plan fo...

Mismanagement of fractures a major concern, say experts

..., according to orthopaedic experts here. "Indian orthopaedics is at par with the world with many delicate and co...erformed here daily," said Surya Bhan, head of the orthopaedics department at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) here. Bhan is also organising se...

Foot Deformity Could Be Corrected With Minimal Surgery

...mity. Ignacio Ponseti, M.D., professor emeritus of orthopaedics and rehabilitation at the University of Iowa, pioneered a method that called for weekly casting and manipulation of the foot starting soon after birth. When done correctly, the Ponseti method has greatly reduced the need for extensive surgery, and as...

Apollo Sets Up Asia's First Health City in Hyderabad

... Centres of excellence for heart diseases, cancer, orthopaedics and joint diseases, emergency, renal diseases, neurosciences, eye, minimally invasive surgery, trauma and cosmetic surgery are coming up in the integrated facility. The Apollo Group plans to apply for a special economic zone (SEZ) status to the hea...

Senior Doctor of Apollo Hospital Commits Suicide

...a family dispute. Umesh Sharma, president of the orthopaedics department, was found dead at around 7.00 a.m. in his cabin in Apollo Hospital in Sarita Vihar, south Delhi. Sharma, who is said to have had an ongoing family dispute, came to the hospital at around 6.00 a.m. to monitor his patients. After 20 minut...

New Delhis Apollo Hospital Treats More Than 80 Iraqis

...are doing cochlear implants, paediatric surgeries, orthopaedics and spine. We treat them and then they go back. We form linkages with doctors in Iraq so that they have continuative care," said Anupam Sibal, the spokesperson of the hospital. The treatment of Iraqi patients at the hospital began on June 1 after ...

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