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Dengue In City: KMC To Appoint 30 Contract Doctors

With dengue, viral fever and malarial attacks reported in the city areas, the Kolkata Municipal Corporation today decided to appoint 30 doctors on contract and engage para-medical staff to attend to the afflicted//. KMC's Mayor-in-Council (Health) Subodh De said that only dengue cases were re...

21 Regional Hospitals Recognized as Nation's Most Wired

... in Coeur d'Alene, ID and Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center & Children's Hospital in Spokane, WA, received specific "most wired" recognition. kmc also received "most wireless" designation. The additional 19 hospitals were grouped into regions under INHS for purposes of the 2009 Most Wired recogn...

Petition On Recurrence Of Dengue And Malaria In Kolkata

... mosquitos, prompt blood tests to be made for people suffering from fever and areas kept clean and dry. These directives were not followed by the kmc and the state government, Ali claimed. The bench directed that notice be served on the state government and KMC. Source:PTI News...

Dengue Claims its First Victim in Kolkata

...sioner Alapan Bandyopadhyay has instructed the health department to include more malaria and dengue-prone areas under the civic scanner. Though kmc has 141 wards in the city, the civic body has only 60 malaria clinics. Besides opening new clinics, the civic authorities have decided to emplo...

Water borne diseases, need caution

...re contaminated and that lead in water is a major source of concern as it affected a child's mental ability. Dr D P Saraswat, chief operating officer, kmc Hospitals, said children and elderly were more prone to water borne diseases. Courtesy : Times of India ...
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AEterna Zentaris Opens Extended Study for Cetrorelix in Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

...ect future results, events or developments except if we are requested by a governmental authority or applicable law. (1) Reference: Verhamme kmc et al, Eur Urol 2003;44:539 and Nichol MB et al, J Urol 2009;181:2214. ...

The NCIIA Recognizes Collegiate Biomedical Engineering Innovations

...ier suturing, leading to reduced procedure times, fewer surgical risks and faster patient recovery. The second cash prize of $2,500 was given to the kmc ApneAlert team from Northwestern University. This team's device monitors the abdominal breathing movements of premature infants and sounds an alarm wh...
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