Mediscan Systems director Dr Suresh said ultrasound has become an important part of primary obstetric care and needs to be available and easily accessible.
Non-banking finance company, IIFL Finance, along with IIFL Foundation, has launched a new community connect program called ‘IIFL Milan’, to organise initiatives with social impact. Continue Reading
IIT-Madras has entered into an agreement with Translational Health Science and Technology Institute (THSTI), an autonomous institute of Department of Biotechnology, to address public health issues and predict adverse pregnancy outcomes using technology. Continue Reading
Asian Society of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgeons (ASCVTS) in association with the Indian Association of Cardiovascular-thoracic Surgeons (IACTS) is hosting a joint international conference from 21 to 24 February in city. Continue Reading
Ten per cent of world population suffer from depression, with India, China and US being the top three, said Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Centre for Advanced Circuit Therapeutics director Helen S Mayberg. Continue Reading
When a 26-year-old woman was diagnosed of mild-grade endometrial adenocarcinoma in 2014, little did she knew she would be able to bear a child despite removal of uterus and left ovary. However, the procedure of transpositioning the right ovary beneath the skin, has helped her bear a baby through surrogacy. Continue Reading
“Medical diagnostic laboratories in Tamilnadu have a rare opportunity of shaping the outcomes and trust aspiration of patients by investing in good quality instruments, the cost of which is much lower than the cost of failures due to poor quality,” said speakers at a conference. Continue Reading
Over 350 delegates from leading hospitals and academic institutions from all over India took part in the three days international conference on ‘Evidence Based Practice in Sub-fertility, Obstetrics and Gynaecology’ held from 1 to 3 February at Madras Medical Mission (MMM).
Cancer Institute (WIA) chairman Dr V Shanta said though cancer cannot be eradicated totally, the morbidity can be controlled. She was speaking at the ‘Sensitisation Programme For Media Personnel’ held today to mark World Cancer Day at the Cancer Institute (WIA), Chennai. Continue Reading
In all, world is home to 41.5 crore diabetics and for every 20 minutes, toes or feet of a patient is removed and as a result of which 40 per cent of the population are disabled, according to a press release issued by Health Department. Continue Reading