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Terminal Patients Should Avoid Hospitalization for better Quality of Life

...incentives for nursing homes to continue providing skilled care. The results of the findings have been published in current issue of Health Services Research....

Britain's Support for India's Health Programme

... if mothers going into labour had the support of a skilled midwife and children were properly immunised against killers such as measles and tetanus." Of the estimated 530,000 mothers who die each year while giving birth, one in five are in India. Similarly, of over 10 million children who die before the ag...

Indian Scientist to Help Reduce Infant Mortality in Africa: UNICEF

...s ideal that every mother should be attended to by skilled medical personnel in health facilities, the reality is that the majority of mothers in Africa, especially in rural areas, give birth at home," said Luwei Pearson, UNICEF's coordinator on maternal and neonatal health for eastern and southern Africa. ...

Not Enough Support For The Young Homeless Of UK With Mental health Problems

...on and Centrepoint, had indicated that the lack of skilled staff has resulted in people failing to get the required help. The report also identified failure by agencies in working together as another cause of the problem. It was explained that half of the people who were surveyed had explained regular feel...

Horticultural Therapy Offers Measurable Physical, Mental Benefits

...loses interest in that activity, a therapist who’s skilled in the practices of horticultural therapy might then hand her a pruning tool and discover that the patient is happy to clip dead leaves from plants until her hands are too tired to prune any longer,” Airhart said. ? People whose age ranges from the...

Regulatory T-cells – Protector or Cause of Diseases

...ning, some people may have regulatory T cells less skilled at keeping the immune system from attacking their bodies and/or too skilled at protecting invaders. It also means one day physicians might steer early education of regulatory...

Researchers Warn That Routine Physical Examination Could Miss Breech Presentation

...ing to rely heavily on the scans and becoming less skilled at physical examination. She said, “The use of scans as a second opinion, when there is difficulty in palpation, perhaps for overweight women, is already used. However, it is crucial that women are provided with unbiased information and with the choi...

HIV Epidemic Can Slow Down Economic Growth: UNDP

...th of HIV infected people impacting supply of both skilled and unskilled workforce. "Under the impact of AIDS, poverty will inevitably increase since the real wages for unskilled labour will fall the most among the three labour groups - skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled." The epidemic hits the sectors ...

HIV/AIDS Epidemic to Cause Adverse Effects to Indian Economy

...with unskilled labor declining by 0.35 percent and skilled labor by 0.22 percent. In addition there will be lower labor productivity of HIV-affected workers as well as a decline in sectoral total factor productivity growth rates. Inevitably there will by impoverishment with the real wage rate falling by 0....

Rush of honor for Rush University – Magnet Status for Excellence in Nursin

...ers to institutions that attract and retain highly skilled nurses and foster an environment that promotes quality patient care. In all, a little more than 200 hospitals out of approximately 5,000 hospitals nationwide have been awarded Magnet designation since the program was formally established in 1993. ...

Over Five Million Illegal Abortions In India Every Year

...irths still take place at home, mostly without any skilled help to ensure a safe delivery. Puneet Bedi, a leading foetal medicine expert, quoting records of the Delhi government, said only 700 out of the registered 1,800 ultrasound clinics in New Delhi submitted monthly reports mandated under the PNDT (Pre-...

AIIMS Strike Enters Second day, Support Continues To Pour In

... And government should understand that such highly skilled institutes could not be developed easily. Huge money goes into it. If by interference, degeneration sets in at such a place, then recovery would be difficult.” Another senior consultant said, “It is not the loss of Dr Venugopal. He will continue to...

GE Healthcare to Conduct Clinical Trials in India

...ntry has rich research and development capability, skilled medical professionals and advanced medical infrastructure. MHS director and CEO R. Basil said the first studies would focus on Visipaque, an isosmolar contrast agent, used in X-ray and computer tomography (CT) procedures. "Contrast agents are use...

UN Bodies Launch Action Plan To Check Pregnancy Related Death

... Nordstrwm said. The programme seeks to increase skilled health attendants in target countries besides improving health of pregnmant women and newborn babies. "We are faced with an urgent need to increase investment in sexual and reproductive health to ensure access to quality reproductive health service...

Doctors Attitude and Costs Plays a Vital Role in Boosting Medical Tourism in India

...o eat, you do not worry about your nose," said the skilled surgeon. But he added that cosmetic surgery had won wide acceptance among both women and men in India. Although the favourite cosmetic surgeon to Bollywood stars, Pandya said he normally did not have the time to attend Bollywood concerts or watch...

Breast Feeding Alone Can Reduce Infant Mortality Rates: Govt

...breast feeding for the first six months, she needs skilled support at various points so as to solve the problems encountered during breast feeding, Nayyar said addressing a regional workshop on promoting child survival, nutrition, and health. The workshop organised by the Ministry of Women and Child Develop...

Breast Feeding Alone can Reduce Infant Mortality Rates

...breast feeding for the first six months, she needs skilled support at various points so as to solve the problems encountered during breast feeding, Nayyar said addressing a regional workshop on promoting child survival, nutrition, and health. The workshop organized by the Ministry of Women and Child Develop...

India Set To Become Hub For Clinical Trials

...ly 700,000 hospital beds and 221 medical colleges, skilled Engligh speaking investigators are India's trump cards,' says Sawant. 'The entire world is watching the growth and performance of India in this segment of business. There are positive signals and reports which justify the trends for pharmaceutical s...

Bangladesh Progressing But Must Yet Face Challenges In Health Sector

...hat the UNFPA is working to increase the number of skilled birth attendant from 1, 500 to 13,000 by the end of 2020. Commenting on the population, Thoraya said that the issue was a big success of Bangladesh; the UNFPA executive said the Bangladeshi women now want to have less children. Some 30 years ago a ...

UNICEF Facts & Figures About Maternal Death In India On The Eve Of Mother’s Da

...irths still take place at home, mostly without any skilled help to ensure a safe delivery. For each one of... needs focused antenatal care, birth preparedness, skilled attendance at birth, post-partum and neonatal essential care within the first 24 hours and the first...

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