Stroke cases increase in Chennai during pandemic

Stroke cases see a surge in Chennai during the Pandemic, said Apollo Hosptials, adding that its OMR facility saved more than 250 patients between 20 and 80 years of age, from paralysis caused due to Stroke within a span of an eleven months since January 2020. Continue Reading

Best way to find breast cancer

A breast cancer awareness survey pertaining to self-breast examination, its importance and awareness on hereditary aspects of breast cancer was carried out recently. Continue Reading

Apollo ready to administer one million Covid-19 vaccines per day

Apollo Hospitals has announced that it was prepared to administer one million Covid-19 vaccines per day once it becomes available to support the Government’s battle against the dreaded virus. Continue Reading

Apollo launches latest scanner

Apollo Hospitals, Chennai has introduced India’s first Aquilion One Prism 640-slice CT Scanner ‘that sets new paradigms’ in non-invasive cardiac assessment for patients. Continue Reading

Apollo performs minimally invasive cardiac surgery on 85-year-old man

Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the top cause of death globally, taking an estimated 17.9 million lives each year. Continue Reading

Apollo Hospitals successfully saves one-week-old baby

Apollo Hospitals has successfully completed a lifesaving procedure on a one-week-old baby to treat coarctation of aorta, a life-threatening condition that occurs in newborn babies. Continue Reading

Apollo Hospitals unveils ‘Project Kavach’

Apollo Hospitals has announced the launch of a comprehensive and integrated response plan to take the battle to COVID-19. Continue Reading

Donor saves two lives at Apollo Hospital

Doctors at Apollo Hospitals here gave a new life to two critically sick patients from a single donor. Continue Reading

Docs gain knowledge in field of physiotherapy.

Apollo Prime (Physiotherapy Rehabilitation Meet to Innovate, Motivate & Educate) 2020 conference of Apollo Hospitals was held to build a uniform programme and develop guidelines for physiotherapists across Apollo Hospitals Group. Continue Reading

Knee pain, no more for this US music teacher

A 69-year-old American woman diagnosed with Grade 3 Osteoarthritis took an international trip right after four weeks from the surgery. Sarrah Hassler, music teacher in an international school in Chennai was suffering from Grade 3 Osteoarthritis that made her daily routines miserable. She had to stop teaching and had to fall in the bed completely. Continue Reading