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Accident Victims Often Need Psychological Help

... people. "Sometimes it is sufficient just to be on standby without saying much," she advises. Questions too can help assess how the person is feeling. "If the person says something like: 'I don't know where I am', it is an indication of a shock condition and then the person should not be left alone. Rela...

Delhi Hospitals On Standby For President Bush

...s two of the super-specialty hospitals in Delhi on standby in case he seeks or requires medical treatment. Th...sfaction and issued a letter designating us as the standby hospital for the US president and other dignitaries," said S.K. Sama, chairman of Sir Ganga Ram Hosp...

Mumbai To Get Emergency Ambulance Service

...cy critical care with a trained doctor and team on standby at all times. Edited (IANS)...

Chinese City Suspends Water Supply Fearing Pollution

...vember. Health officials also put 15 hospitals on standby for handling possible cases of chemical poisoning, the newspaper said. (IANS)...

Mobile Phones Found To Reduce A Man’s Fertility by 30

...t of the sperm of them men who had their phones on standby all day were not swimming properly. If a man’s sperm does not swim properly his fertility is reduced. However researchers, say other factors could be influencing the results. Factors such as social class and age range would have a big impact on the...

New antibiotic already developing resistance

... faecium) infections that are resistant to the old standby antibiotic vancomycin. The hope has been that the new drug would help tackle the growing problem of vancomycin-resistant enterococci infections. But in the April 14th issue of The Lancet, Chicago doctors report on five cases in which patients' infect...

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