Apollo Hospitals has announced the launch of a comprehensive and integrated response plan to take the battle to COVID-19. Continue Reading
Doctors at Apollo Hospitals here gave a new life to two critically sick patients from a single donor. Continue Reading
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
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
It grew to Rs 25,295 million compared to Rs 21,690 million in Q3FY19, aided by Healthcare services growth of 12 per cent YoY and SAP growth of 22 per cent. Continue Reading
Apollo Hospitals has successfully completed a minimally invasive double curve correction using the revolutionary non-fusion anterior scoliosis correction technique on a 13-year-old girl, who was affected by adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, an abnormal sideward curvature of the spine.
A special postal stamp in recognition of the contribution of Apollo Hospitals towards blood donation awareness and blood transfusion services was released by The Department of Post recently. Continue Reading
Apollo Hospitals announced that it has delivered a strong performance in the second quarter of the year, with continued growth of volumes, revenues and margins. There was a good performance, both in the hospitals and in the pharmacy division, said a statement. Continue Reading
Apollo Hospitals has successfully performed a redilatable stent implantation procedure giving a new lease of life to a pre-term boy baby here.
“Six years ago, the World Bank warned that in the next decade 80 per cent of deaths in the world will be due to non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and cost burden to be $30 trillion while India’s cost burden would be 4.8 trillion dollar, which is 50 per cent of country’s GDP,” said Apollo Hospitals Group chairman, Dr Prathap C Reddy. Continue Reading