Srinagar | (PTK): Sana Bhat, the girl from Magarmal Bagh locality has been diagnosed with relapse acute myeloid leukemia (a type of blood cancer). She is currently under treatment at Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute New Delhi. According to reports, the family has already spent huge chunk of money on the treatment of Sana, now they are left with no money for her further treatment. According to local media.
Organizational transformation is notoriously difficult. Twenty years ago, John Kotter pegged the failure rate at 70% and the needle hasn’t moved much since. Major change also takes a long time to implement — between five and seven years on average — and the performance improvements that are achieved rarely last. In healthcare, change is even harder than in most industries. Clinical and administrative.
Srinagar | (PTK): According to the Assistant Commissioner Food Safety, a team of Food Safety Officers from Drugs and Food Control organization today inspected Sanatnagar area of Srinagar city to check the quality of edibles. During the inspection, the team found a Fast Food shop namely KHOSA’S FAST FOOD using synthetic colour carmoisine and taste enhancer Monosodium Glutamate in the different preparations.
When McDonald’s intended to open its first outlet in Rome 30 years ago in 1986, one Italian journalist, Carlo Petrini was incensed. He saw the very idea of the now global behemoth opening a store in Rome as a threat to Italy’s regional traditions of food and a slow pace of life. Patrini filed a case against McDonald’s seeking denial for it to set-up shop. He lost the case. With nothing more to.
NEW DELHI: External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj is suffering from kidney failure and is on dialysis at AIIMS. “Presently, I am on dialysis. I am undergoing tests for a Kidney transplant. Lord Krishna will bless,” Swaraj said in a tweet on Wednesday. “Her condition is stable. Her history of chronic diabetes has affected her kidney functioning. She is on dialysis,”.
Srinagar |(PTK): With the temperatures dipping below freezing point, Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) today said that patients in Kashmir hospitals face huge inconvenience due to lack of heating arrangement.
President DAK Dr Nisar ul Hassan in a statement said patients are shivering with cold as heating systems of hospitals are not yet operational.
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Srinagar | (PTK): Government Medical College Srinagar would establish a Multi-Specialty Afternoon Clinic at SMHS hospital in order to provide a comprehensive management platform to manage the non-communicable diseases. According to the Principal Government Medical College, the clinic shall run on all working Thursdays from 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm in the ground floor of Block-F SMHS Hospital Srinagar which.
Jammu | (PTK): Trauma hospitals in the state will soon get Critical care Ambulances and in this regard Minister of State for Health and Medical Education , Housing and Urban Development and Social Welfare Asiea Naqash today inspected these ambulances at Medical Supplies Corporation at Government Medical College (GMC) Jammu. The department will distribute 18 ICU ambulances and 136 normal.
New Delhi: With heart diseases being one of the major causes of death in India, it is perhaps not surprising that most people presume any pain in the chest area to be an attack. As a result, in a large number of cases a patient is rushed to the hospital, only to find that it is a mere heartburn. To prevent the panic following a presumed attack, the victim and the people around.
Srinagar | (PTK): B positive blood group needed urgently at GMC hospital Bakshi Nagar Jammu, a matter of saving some one . Most urgent, any donor please contact 9419212394 Someday it could be your loved one as well. So donate blood. (PTK)