Friday, May 2, 2014

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eHEALTH Weekly Newsletter: 02 May, 2014   Volume 11, Issue 16
 Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease – A deadly combo
Continuous mild pain in chest led 42 year old Raman to consult a cardiologist. The diagnosis came as a bit of shock to him. His blood glucose level was high and his arteries were blocked.
 FDA announce proposal to regulate e-cigarettes
As part of its implementation of the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act signed by the President in 2009, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration today proposed a new rule that would extend the agency’s tobacco authority to cover additional tobacco products.
 Breast Cancer Survivors meet at Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals
Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals today organised a Breast Cancer Support Group Meet to extend counselling and emotional support to women suffering from breast cancer.
 Fortis Memorial Research Institute launches Art Therapy Clinic
Recognizing the growing complexities of an urban lifestyle and the increasing side effects of stress, anxiety and the lack of essential communication among individuals, Fortis Memorial Research Institute...
 Dr L H Hiranandani Hospital to host IBOM 2014 in Mumbai
Dr L H Hiranandani Hospital will host the International Biologics Orthopaedic Meet (IBOM 2014) in Mumbai on May 30 & 31, 2014. The event which is scheduled to take place at Sofitel, Bandra Kurla Complex...
 India has Decentralized Blood Banking System
With vast 39 years of experience as Head of Department, Pathology, in various army hospitals, Dr (Brig) Anil Khetarpal, Director- Blood and Transfusion Medicine, Artemis Medicare Services Limited, believes that India needs a central top of the knot regulatory body for the blood banks.
 Cumulative Approach towards Safe Blood Transfusion in India
Dr Prashant Pandey, Consultant, Department of Transfusion Medicine & Blood Bank, Jaypee Hospital, Noida says Blood transfusion may lead to serious clinical consequences for the recipient, if the transfused blood is not safe.
 Heart Health for All
Sagar Hospitals has made expansion in South India to bring affordable healthcare services within reach of those living in south India’s tier two and three cities. Ishiqa Multani,Vice President for Sagar Hospitals, in conversation with ENN elaborates more on the expansion of the hospital.
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