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Kerala To Probe Hospital Equipment Rotting In Kochi Port

Kerala Health Minister P.K. Sreemathi has announced a probe into news reports that hospital equipment worth Rs.50 million, gifted by a US-based entrepreneur //, has been rotting in the Kochi port for three years. Sreemathi said she had read reports about comments made by Dr. M. Anirudhan, a U...

MedRP International Signs MoU with Kochi Based Info Vision

MedRP International, a medical staffing firm providing healthcare professionals to the medical community throughout the US, Monday entered into an agreement with// Kochi based InfoVision IELTS Training Center. The memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed between the company's Asia-Pacific...

The Female Health Company / HLL Lifecare Limited Receive National AIDS Control Organization of India Order for 1.5 Million FC2 Female Condoms

...ed infections. We are extremely happy to supply the Female Condoms for the NACO supported program from our commercial manufacturing facility set up at kochi in collaboration with FHC." About HLL Lifecare Limited HLL Lifecare Limited (HLL) ( www.lifecarehll.com ), a government of India enter...

Avantis Medical Systems Announces Key Addition to Scientific Advisory Board

...f Jichi Medical University Hospital. Dr. Yamamoto received his MD from Jichi Medical University, and completed post-graduate clinical training in the kochi Central Hospital. Additionally, he trained in the U.S. at Beth Israel Medical Center (New York, NY), the Mayo Clinic (Rochester, MN) and the Univers...

Stray Kerala Dogs Face Keyhole Surgery to Control Birth Rate

...dogs are released at the place from where they were caught. Dogs are kept in cells for a day before surgery and three days after surgery. The kochi unit of the Society for Prevention of Cruelties to Animals (SPCA) is spreading this message among the masses even a year after its formal launch. ...

Apollo Tyres All Set to Enter the Healthcare Sector

...was difficult to get requisite land in metropolitan areas. "So far, we have decided on four cities - Baroda in Gujarat, Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh, kochi in Kerala and Jaipur in Rajasthan. In all these cities, at least 200-bed tertiary hospitals will come up under the AHS banner." Besides hospital...

Kerala Sees Medical Tourism Soaring

...y, hip and knee replacement, ophthalmology, voice therapy and obesity treatment. The second Kerala Health Tourism (KTH)-2007 fair, to be held in kochi from March 23 to 26, is jointly organised by the tourism department along with the Confederation of Indian Industry. "We are expecting 1,000 par...

Kerala Drafts a New Health Tourism Policy

...s (NRK), making it a reliable venture ensuring steady returns in the// long term. Kerala Tourism Department has planned for an investor meet in kochi from March 23 – 27 for showcasing the opportunities in the health tourism sector. The meet is expected to be a congregation of major hospitals, health...

Kerala Tourism Will not be Affected by Chikungunya: Minister

...ssistance. Once we get the green signal, work would begin for it," said Suman. Meanwhile, the fifth India International Boat Show would begin at kochi Oct 20. "The show would also have 16 boats that are coming from Greece as part of the Vasco da Gama Yacht rally and en route to the finishing po...

Kochi To Conduct Campaigns Against Chikungunya

... The kochi Corporation has announced that it will be conducting a drive against chikungunya. Health workers, volunteers and NGO representatives will visit areas ...
Kochi in Biological News

Nature publishes new evidence about the deep biosphere written by biogeoscientists

...chs and Julius Lipp of the Center for Marine Environmental Sciences (MARUM) at University of Bremen, Germany; and Fumio Inagaki and Yuki Morono of the kochi Institute for Core Sample Research at the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC) concluded that about 87 percent of the deep b...

Scientists obtain core samples from subsea fault system off Japan

...lf of IODP, managing operations aboard Chikyu. Chikyu is scheduled to depart from the port of Shingu on Feb. 12 to deliver the core samples to the kochi Core Center, one of three IODP repositories that archive sediment samples. NanTroSEIZE investigations will continue with Expedition 320 in Fall 2008. ...
Kochi in Biological Technology

90 billion tons of microbial organisms live in the deep biosphere

...chs and Julius Lipp of the Center for Marine Environmental Sciences (MARUM) at University of Bremen, Germany; and Fumio Inagaki and Yuki Morono of the kochi Institute for Core Sample Research at the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC) concluded that about 87 percent of the deep b...
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