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Indian Treatment for Iraqi Babies

...sain Abbas and Mohamed Salman, 10, will be able to return home to Baghdad as normal children.// Part of a contingent of 20 Iraqi kids who have arrived in Chennai to surgically correct their complicated cardiac problems by the Much Acclaimed heart surgeon Dr K.M. Cherian, who specialises in healing babies, t...

New Drug That Might Help Congestive Heart Failure Patients

...kers. However, nearly 30 percent of these patients return to the hospital //within two months, and some of the medications can cause serious side effects such as electrolyte abnormalities and worsening kidney function. Researchers say a new drug Tolvaptan may be more effective than existing medications for ...

Tumour marker for detecting early Recurrence of Thyroid cancer may be soon available

...ero, however its presence later signals a possible return of the disease. Thyrogen, approved for use in 1998, allowed people to have a stimulated Tg test and continue taking the synthetic hormone. The present study sought to help interpret the results of the Thyrogen-assisted Tg test. It involved 107 pat...

Cognitive rehabilitation holds promise for schizophrenic brain function improvements

...ering information. This process may also start the return of normalcy in remembering and retaining information in the brain by these people suffering from the disease. Schizophrenia is a chronic severe disabling mental illness. Some of the symptoms suffered by schizophrenics are hallucinations seen or hear...

Women who had stopped HRT get back their symptoms

...ontroversies in 2002. These women had reported the return of their symptoms in a moderate to severe manner, even after using the hormones for as long as five continuous years. The researchers for the study had recommended that women, who are willing to try out HRT for getting some relief from their menopau...

First telesurgery

...time delay between the surgeon's movements and the return video image displayed on screen was less than 200 milliseconds. The estimated safe lag time is 330 ms. Professor Jacques Marescaux, who led the team, said the operation ushered in "the third revolution we've seen in the field of surgery in the past 1...

First telesurgery

...time delay between the surgeon's movements and the return video image displayed on screen was less than 200 milliseconds. The estimated safe lag time is 330 ms. Professor Jacques Marescaux, who led the team, said the operation ushered in "the third revolution we've seen in the field of surgery in the past 1...

Brain Cell Repair Loss disclosed

...rsity of Stanford, have discovered the point of no return stage at which adult brain cells lose the ability to repair themselves. The investigators said their work should help find new opportunities to reverse this regeneration loss and speed nerve cell growth. Researcher Ben Barres, a Stanford neurobiolo...

Doctor demonstrates `psychic surgery'

... had gathered in the city for his treatment had to return unhappy as a city court slapped a notice on him and the organisers of the event. Orbito had said that with `negative energy' flowing, he could not perform more than the five or six surgeries he had done on the first day of his visit. He left the cit...

Lasik surgery effective in correcting vision

...rmal heating and prevent infection. Many patients return to work the very next day after the procedure, already enjoying improved vision. A day after lasik procedure the doctor will see you for a post operation check and then followed by regular check ups at internals of one week, one month, three months a...

SARS outbreaks contained

..., possibly in an ever more powerful form, with the return of the northern hemisphere winter....

Patient Negligence - Significant Problem In The Early Detection Of Breast Cancer

...women who have had one or two mammograms failed to return for regular screenings. While screening mammogra...nt had one or two screening mammograms and did not return with 27 months. The figures only address the need for a critical evaluation regarding the issue as...

Worlds Largest Cord Blood Bank to be started in India

...d consent and pay a one time fee of about $280. In return the bank will provide stem cells free to the family when needed. Potential customers are families with inherited blood disorders like Thalassemia. Histostem claims the cord blood is also marketable as a stem cell product to those researching the poss...

Stem cell cure for peripheral vascular disease: New hope on the horizon

...y, lives a year. This will not only save, but also return function to limbs that many people would have thought doomed to amputation ...

The Falling Sperm Count In Men

... semen quality once affected by pesticides may not return to normal even with treatment. Smoking : Smoki...become weak. Once smoking is given up the sperm do return to normal in a few weeks. Besides this smoking also reduces blood supply to organs such as heart a...

Changing Trends Regarding Insurance Cover For Weight Reduction Surgery

...f a surgery is necessary. It is estimated that the return on investment associated with an employer’s decision to provide some level of coverage for bariatric surgery and the demand for such surgeries is based on various out-of-pocket costs. In a recent study conducted, it has been found out that nearly 9...

Treatment For Prostate Cancer Relapse Linked To Marital Status

... men. Konski said that single men were unlikely to return for retreatment. "We need to come up with strategies to support them, such as nurse follow-up and patient navigators who can help them through the healthcare system," he added. He also observed that the trend might have something to do with the fac...

Canadians flocking to India for quick and efficient medical treatment

...not covered by a dental plan in their insurance. A return ticket to India costs about the same, making it highly viable for patients to combine dental care with a holiday in the east....

India – Haven Of Medical Touris

...rompted scores of Indian doctors working abroad to return home. "Doctors are so well paid here that many of them have since returned from the US and other places. They are getting even more than what they were earning in say places like Australia, New Zealand, the UK or even the US," the minister said. To...

Harsh British Winter Could Kill Upto 90,000 Pensioners

... stockpiles, could lead to factory shutdowns and a return to the three-day week. One of the most severe winters in Britain was recorded in 1963 when temperatures dropped to minus 22 degrees Centigrade - the Thames had turned into a sheet of ice, while large parts of England were under more than a foot of ...

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