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50% Covid deaths at Gurugram hospitals in this wave were of patients aged 21-40 | Gurgaon News

One in every two lives lost to Covid between April 1 and May 10 — coinciding with the fierce second wave of the pandemic — in the city was of a young

CM Gehlot urges Harsh Vardhan to help streamline oxygen supply in Rajasthan

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CM Gehlot urges Harsh Vardhan to help streamline oxygen supply in Rajasthan
CM Gehlot urges Harsh Vardhan to help streamline oxygen supply in Rajasthan
The Centre has disrupted the state’s oxygen supply from nearby suppliers
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Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot during a press conference in Jaipur, on Feb. 24, 2021; (ANI)
On Sunday, May 9, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot was at the virtual foundation stone laying ceremony of medical colleges at Sri Ganganagar and Chittorgarh where he urged Union health minister Harsh Vardhan, who was also present, to ensure that Rajasthan gets oxygen from nearby plants instead of far off places such as Odisha and West Bengal which took almost a week to arrive. “Please do not treat our feedback as a complaint,” Gehlot urged, expressing his disappointment at the Centre ignoring some of his requests that could have improved efforts against the Covid pandemic.

Vijayawada: Four Hospitals Booked For Overcharging, Irregularities

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Vijayawada: Four Hospitals Booked For Overcharging, Irregularities
May 10, 2021, 17:53 IST
Vigilance authorities have booked four more hospitals in Vijayawada for irregularities.
Vijayawada: According to K V R Rajendranath Reddy, director-general, the vigilance and enforcement department raided 15 hospitals last week and filed criminal cases against four of them.
He said that the hospital administration was not providing receipts to patients after they were admitted. Apart from that, they engaged in unnecessary charging and Remdesivir vial misappropriation.
According to the director-general, criminal charges have been filed against Narayana Hospital in Guntur for charging fees in excess of the prescribed rates and failing to issue receipts.

Active cases cross 11,000 as 6 more die in South Coastal A.P.

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Nellore gets 2,000 doses of Remdesivir with intervention of Minister
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Nellore gets 2,000 doses of Remdesivir with intervention of Minister
Coronavirus continued to rattle South Coastal Andhra Pradesh as six more patients succumbed to the viral disease while more than 1,300 got infected in a span of 24 hours, taking the number of active cases to over 11,000.
The toll rose to 1,179 in the region with SPSR Nellore district accounting for 572 deaths and Prakasam 607, according to the health bulletin released by the State government on Saturday night.

Designated Private hospitals to increase bed capacity for Covid patients: Div Com

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JAMMU, APRIL 21: Divisional Commissioner Jammu, Dr Raghav Langer today convened a meeting of Health and Medical Education Department regarding rationalization of Covid cases management in designated private health care institutions.
The meeting was attended by CEO Shrine Board, Ramesh Kumar; Deputy Commissioner Jammu, Anshul Garg; CEO Ayushman Bharat, Sagar Doifode; MD NHM, Yasin Choudhary; Deputy Commissioner Reasi, Principal Government Medical College Jammu, Director Health, besides Director ASCOMS, Jammu and management of  Narayana Hospital and other concerned officers.
Keeping in view the surge in Covid-19 cases in recent times and to keep all possible facilities in place for treatment of Covid-19 positive cases; the Div Com directed the ASCOMS and Narayana Hospitals to increase their bed capacity for Covid-19 cases with all necessary facilities like ICU, Ventilators etc. The Div Com also directed both the institutions to share regular details of bed occupancy with MD NHM and Director Health Services.

Designated Private hospitals to increase bed capacity for Covid patients: Raghav Langer

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Designated Private hospitals to increase bed capacity for Covid patients: Raghav Langer
Hints towards capping of rates being charged
JAMMU: Divisional Commissioner Jammu, Dr Raghav Langer today convened a meeting of Health and Medical Education Department regarding rationalization of Covid cases management in designated private health care institutions.
The meeting was attended by CEO Shrine Board, Ramesh Kumar; Deputy Commissioner Jammu, Anshul Garg; CEO Ayushman Bharat, Sagar Doifode; MD NHM, Yasin Choudhary; Deputy Commissioner Reasi, Principal Government Medical College Jammu, Director Health, besides Director ASCOMS, Jammu and management of Narayana Hospital and other concerned officers.
Keeping in view the surge in Covid-19 cases in recent times and to keep all possible facilities in place for treatment of Covid-19 positive cases; the Div Com directed the ASCOMS and Narayana Hospitals to increase their bed capacity for Covid-19 cases with all necessary facilities like ICU, Ventilators etc. The Div Com also directed both the institutions to share regular details of bed occupancy with MD NHM and Director Health Services.

Beat Covid 2.0 blues with IPL, OTT streaming at home


Beat Covid 2.0 blues with IPL, OTT streaming at home
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New Delhi, April 17 : As the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic grips India, millions of people have once again gone back to the remote working mode as many companies have halted the back-to-office initiatives.
According to life coaches, even at home, one needs to stay active and engage with healthy screen time to beat the Covid 2.0 blues.
Along with a rapid increase in Covid-19 caseloads, uncertainty about the future and anxiety/stress have again started to resurface in the people.
"The pandemic is giving rise to the feeling of anxiety and panic among the people of all age groups. In such a situation, it is important to get rid of all the negativity by decluttering your thoughts, and the best way to do that is by writing them down and taking baby steps to work on them," Sheetal Shaparia, a life coach and relationship counsellor in Mumbai, told IANS.

Why wearing mask is not enough to keep COVID at bay: Experts


Why wearing mask is not enough to keep COVID at bay: Experts
With COVID-19 spreading fiercely in many parts of the country, it has now become extremely important to follow all the precautionary measures, besides wearing a mask, to keep infections at bay, health experts have said.
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NEW DELHI: With COVID-19 spreading fiercely in many parts of the country, it has now become extremely important to follow all the precautionary measures, besides wearing a mask, to keep infections at bay, health experts have said.
It is important to understand that the virus responsible for COVID-19 spreads mainly from person to person.

Why wearing mask is not enough to keep Covid at bay

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Why wearing mask is not enough to keep Covid at bay
With Covid-19 spreading fiercely in many parts of the country, it has now become extremely important to follow all the precautionary measures, besides wearing a mask, to keep infections at bay, health experts have said.
It is important to understand that the virus responsible for Covid-19 spreads mainly from person to person. Therefore, coming in close contact with a sick person can put them in danger.
Doctors have therefore advised that in times like these indoors social gathering could be full of risks.
"Covid cases in India are increasing because people are not taking even basic protective and preventive measures such as hand washing, regular sanitation, social distancing," Rahul Bhargava, Director and Head, Haematology and Bone Marrow Transplant, Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurugram, told IANS.

Explained: Why wearing Mask is not enough to keep Coronavirus at bay

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Explained: Why wearing Mask is not enough to keep Coronavirus at bay
It is important to understand that the virus responsible for Covid-19 spreads mainly from person to person
Friday April 16, 2021 3:00 PM, IANS
New Delhi: With Covid-19 spreading fiercely in many parts of the country, it has now become extremely important to follow all the precautionary measures, besides wearing a mask, to keep infections at bay, health experts have said.
It is important to understand that the virus responsible for Covid-19 spreads mainly from person to person. Therefore, coming in close contact with a sick person can put them in danger.

Corona cases in Haryana: In new surge, children account for 8% of Covid cases in Haryana | Gurgaon News

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Experts say children are more vulnerable now because of exposure to outdoor activities, functions and other social gatherings. Representative image
GURUGRAM: The new Covid wave, in which the number of cases is skyrocketing, is hitting children hard — unlike earlier when the elderly and those with comorbidities were seen to be the most vulnerable.
In Haryana, 41,324 people have been tested positive for Covid-19 between March 15 and April 11.
Of them, 3,445 children below the age of 10 were found infected, amounting to 8% of the total cases.
As per state health department data, less than 1% of the infected cases were children in the last surge that lasted from November 5 to December 12.

Kidney saved of patient suffering from Scoliosis at Maxlyfe Hospital

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Kidney saved of patient suffering from Scoliosis at Maxlyfe Hospital
Kidney saved of patient suffering from Scoliosis at Maxlyfe Hospital
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JAMMU, Apr 9: Senior Surgeon of Jammu Dr Rajive Gupta saved the kidney of a 45-year-old patient who was suffering from multiple stones along with a big Staghorn stone (branched stone that fills all or part of renal pelvis and branches into several or all of the calyces) in Right Kidney.
Ram Pal, son of Chuni Lal, resident of Udhampur, a known case of Scoliosis (in which backbone is tilted sidewise) was suffering from multiple stones in Right kidney as a result of which Right kidney had been more than 60 percent damaged (moderate hydro nephrosis) and would have become 100 percent damaged and totally nonfunctional if not operated in few days.

Lucknow doctor couple covid positive vaccinated both jabs latest news

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Lucknow's doctor couple found Covid positive days after receiving both vaccine jabs
A successful doctor couple in their 60s, who live in the posh Gomti Nagar locality in Lucknow, received both doses of Covid vaccine last month. Re-energised, they resumed private practice at their clinic. But to their horror, both of them have now been found Covid positive.
A family member told IANS on condition of anonymity that even she and her kid are now Covid positive as she visited her parents in the last few days.
They are not alone as news emerged from Lucknow that at least 40 doctors of King George's Medical University (KGMU), including Vice Chancellor Lt Gen (retd) Vipin Puri, have tested positive for novel coronavirus, despite most of them taking both the doses of the vaccine.

2-dose vaccination no guarantee that you won't get Covid


2-dose vaccination no guarantee that you won't get Covid
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New Delhi: Vaccination officer inject Covid-19 vaccine above age 45 at a MCD Dispensary Darya ganj in new Delhi on Thursday April 01, 2021.(Photo:Wasim Sarvar/IANS). Image Source: IANS News
New Delhi/Lucknow, April 7 : A successful doctor couple in their 60s, who live in the posh Gomti Nagar locality in Lucknow, received both doses of Covid vaccine last month. Re-energised, they resumed private practice at their clinic. But to their horror, both of them have now been found Covid positive.
A family member told IANS on condition of anonymity that even she and her kid are now Covid positive as she visited her parents in the last few days.

Vaccination no guarantee that you are safe from Coronavirus

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Vaccination no guarantee that you are safe from Coronavirus
As India doubles down on vaccination, such reports are worrisome as they may desist people from going for the jab
Wednesday April 7, 2021 5:27 PM, IANS
New Delhi/Lucknow: A successful doctor couple in their 60s, who live in the posh Gomti Nagar locality in Lucknow, received both doses of Covid vaccine last month. Re-energised, they resumed private practice at their clinic. But to their horror, both of them have now been found Covid positive.
A family member told IANS on condition of anonymity that even she and her kid are now Covid positive as she visited her parents in the last few days.

Doctor couple tests positive after receiving two doses of COVID-19 vaccine in Lucknow

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Doctor couple tests positive after receiving two doses of COVID-19 vaccine in Lucknow
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A successful doctor couple in their 60s, who live in the posh Gomti Nagar locality in Lucknow, received both doses of Covid
vaccine last month. Re-energised, they resumed private practice at their clinic. But to their horror, both of them have now been found
Covid positive.
A family member told on condition of anonymity that even she and her kid are now Covid positive as she visited her parents in the last few days.
They are not alone as news emerged from Lucknow that at least 40 doctors of King George's Medical University (KGMU), including Vice Chancellor Lt Gen (retd) Vipin Puri, have tested positive for novel coronavirus, despite most of them taking both the doses of the vaccine.

Study: TB Patients Need Extra Precautions Amid Pandemic

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World TB Day is observed on March 24. Pixabay
As the Covid pandemic has overtaken every other health issue throughout the country, some of the doctors have suggested extra precaution for tuberculosis (TB) patients as the virus affects the lungs directly. World TB Day is observed on March 24 every year to raise awareness about the disease in the world.
The doctors said that TB patients often have underlying co-morbidities and lung damages that might make them more prone to the coronavirus. They further said that the symptoms of TB and Covid are quite similar, for instance, cough and fever, which could not only create diagnostic confusion but might worsen the stigmatization of a TB patient.

TB patients need extra care amid pandemic: Doctors


TB patients need extra care amid pandemic: Doctors
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Gurugram, March 24 : As the Covid pandemic has overtaken every other health issue throughout the country, some of the doctors have suggested extra precaution for the tuberculosis (TB) patients as the virus affects lungs directly.
World TB Day is observed on March 24 every year to raise awareness about the disease in the world.
The doctors said that TB patients often have underlying co-morbidities and lung damages that might make them more prone to the coronavirus.
They further said that the symptoms of TB and Covid are quite similar, for instance cough and fever, which could not only create diagnostic confusion, but might worsen the stigmatisation of a TB patient.

Uncertainty looms on how frequently Covid reinfection occurs


Uncertainty looms on how frequently Covid reinfection occurs
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New Delhi, March 21 : As India once again witnesses a surge in Covid-19 caseloads, health experts on Sunday warned people, especially those who have recovered from the deadly disease, to be extra careful as it is still uncertain how long someone is protected from getting reinfected.
Various studies have shown people who survived a Covid-19 infection continue to produce protective antibodies against key parts of the virus from two months to almost a year. However, according to the health experts, there is still uncertainty to suggest that people are immune to Covid-19 after the first infection.

CKD patients need to be extra cautious amid Covid: Doctors

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CKD patients need to be extra cautious amid Covid: Doctors
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Gurugram : World Kidney Day (WKD) is observed on March 11 every year and the aim of this day is to raise awareness of the importance of kidneys to the overall health and to reduce the frequency and impact of kidney disease and its associated health problems.
The day is also observed mainly to reduce the frequency of kidney diseases in a high-risk population and also help to retard the progression in patients who already have early kidney disease by timely and appropriate intervention.

CKD patients need to be extra cautious amid COVID-19, says doctors

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World Kidney Day (WKD) is observed on March 11 every year.
According to Global Burden of Diseases (GBD) 2015, chronic kidney disease ranks as the eighth leading cause of death in India.
A person can understand his kidney`s health through the regular kidney function test.
Gurugram:World Kidney Day (WKD) is observed on March 11 every year and the aim of this day is to raise awareness of the importance of kidneys to the overall health and to reduce the frequency and impact of kidney disease and its associated health problems.
The day is also observed mainly to reduce the frequency of kidney diseases in a high-risk population and also help to retard the progression in patients who already have early kidney disease by timely and appropriate intervention.

Chronic Kidney Patients Should be Careful Amid COVID-19

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Chronic Kidney Patients Should be Careful Amid COVID-19
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World Kidney Day (WKD) is observed mainly to reduce the frequency of kidney diseases in a high-risk population and also help to retard the progression in patients who already have early kidney disease by timely and appropriate intervention.
However, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, doctors have also suggested a need to be extra cautious as the wide range of adverse effects caused by COVID-19 infection is not limited to lungs only.
It can affect the kidneys, brain, liver and can even cause sepsis or disseminated disease in the body.

Quit smoking for better mental health: Experts

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Quit smoking for better mental health: Experts
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New Delhi, March 10 : Smoking cigarettes is not merely just associated with different types of cancers or heart diseases but it can also affect your mental health, experts warned on Wednesday.
The health experts emphasized that people think smoking helps in relieving stress and anxiety, however, what they do not know is that the presence of nicotine in cigarettes can cause anxiety symptoms or make them worse.
"Research has shown that smoking initially gives a sense of relaxation and seems to relieve anxiety which is due to nicotine, which creates an immediate sense of relaxation so people smoke in the belief that it reduces stress and anxiety and one gets addicted to the immediate false good feeling," Sahil Kohli, Consultant, Neurology, Narayana Hospital, Gurugram, told IANS.

Shield yourself from Covid with three-layered masks

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New Delhi, March 6
While buying a new face mask to protect yourself against Covid-19 infection, make sure you go for a three-layered mask as it is more effective than single or double-layered alterna

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