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IDFC Private Equity Invests Rs 90 Crore In Manipal Health Systems

Marking its first major investment into country's booming healthcare market, infrastructure investor IDFC today said it has placed a private equity placement of Rs 90 crore in Bangalore-based Manipal Health Systems // , acquiring a minority stake in the firm. The investment was made by IDFC Pr...

New Partnerships Added to World Federation of Hemophilia Twinning Program

...nter Twins: Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) and Chapel Hill (North Carolina, USA); Dakar (Senegal) and Paris (France); Quito (Ecuador) and Caracas (Venezuela); manipal (India) and Albuquerque, (New Mexico, USA); Skopje (Macedonia) and Bonn (Germany). For more information on the Twinning Program and to view a video o...

Cricket Science and Medicine Congress in Barbados

...uncil of Cricket (ICC), //was hosted in Barbados from the 4th to 7th April 2007. Dr Rajat Chauhan, a Sports and Exercise Medicine consultant at the manipal Hospital, Bangalore in southern India, attended this conference as a faculty from India. These scientific meetings are held at the same venue as...

Parkison’s Conquered Through Stem Cell Therap

...alore, the state capital, by the management of the manipal Hospital. They said the patient's bone marro...n and deep brain stimulation (DBS), he came to the manipal Hospital. After stem cell treatment last yea...e disorders", said Dr N.K Venkataramana, Director, manipal Institute of Neurological Disorders. The ho...

Free Kidney Check Up Camp in Kasturba Hospital on World Kidney Day

... people Indians are diagnosed with kidney disease every year// and about 90 per cent die as they do not get timely treatment. Kasturba Hospital, manipal had announced a free Special Kidney Health Check-up package in connection with World Kidney Day-2007. The camp is scheduled from March 8 to 16 and inc...

GE Healthcare to Conduct Clinical Trials in India

...ompany, has entered into a strategic alliance with manipal Health Systems (MHS) to conduct clinical studies /...he trials will be conducted at the Bangalore-based manipal Hospital, where GE Healthcare has set up the world...Resonance (HDMR) imaging system. "The IDC at manipal will play a crucial role in our global clinical re...

HIV Certificate from NRI Students No Longer Made Mandatory

...st will continue to be mandatory for foreign students. Dr S Kumar, principal, M S Ramaiah Medical College and Pushpa Keni, student affairs director at manipal Academy of Higher Education, said that HIV test is mandatory for all students. This is because Karnataka is one of the six states with high prevalence...

ISRO To Expand Telemedicine Network, 4 Speciality Hospitals To Be Included

...network that would benefit four more speciality hospitals in the country.// manipal hospital in Banglore, Ganga Ram hospital in New Delhi, Venkatrao Dawle Medi.... With branches in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Goa and Sikkim, the manipal hospital caters to the needs of rural patients, while the Ganga Ram hospita...

Brain drain of dentists from Kerala to Britain

... abroad. // Amit Patel, joint managing director of the Karnataka-based manipal Bapuji Postgraduate Medical (& Dental) Faculty Pvt. Ltd (MBPMF), said there...ense. The courses, which began in February this year, are taught at manipal in Karnataka. "Our fifth batch of training for the IQE is beginning in Dece...

NABH Health accreditations final draft to be released by this month

...tion committee consists of five doctors and one ISO expert: Dr Umesh Gupta, Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, New Delhi. Dr S Murali, Neurologist, manipal Hospital, Bangalore. Col Pawan Kapoor, Army Medical Corps, New Delhi. Dr Siddharth Satpathy of AIIMS, New Delhi. Dr Bidhan Das, Rockland Hospita...
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