Amid back-to-back low pressure induced heavy rainfall, mosquito-borne viral infection dengue is on the rise in the state. At least 500 cases of dengue have been reported in the capital Bhubaneswar in last couple of days.
At least 500 cases of dengue have been reported in the capital city in the last few days.
With five Dengue patients being admitted to the Capital Hospital on Friday, the total number of patients undergoing treatment has gone up to 34.
The mock drill by the forest department was done a few days after a fire broke out in Berhampur-based MKCG Medical College and Hospital.
This is the scene from Capital Hospital in Smart City Bhubaneswar. With shortage of beds, patients are forced to get their treatment on floor. Instead of getting well, this is allegedly deteriorating their health condition.
These days, patients receiving treatment on the verandah of Capital Hospital is common to find.
The Indian Hearts Lacking Care (IHL Care) recently surveyed young people in cities across India. Their alarming conclusion was that 53% of Indians in the age group of 26-40 years are at risk of cardiovascular disease.
The victim’s family members reportedly suspected medical negligence after the doctors treating him hid the prescription.
Odisha is No1 in the country when it comes to death due to attendance by untrained doctors. This hard fact has come as a big embarrassment for the State government, especially when it is betting big on the Biju Swasthya Kalyan Yojana
Odisha government is likely to start PG courses in as many as 15 departments at the Post Graduate Institute of Capital Hospital from the 2022-23 academic year.
The frontline workers who tested positive include as many as 40 doctors, 30 staff nurse, 4o laboratory technicians and more than 15 pharmacists
Owing to the third wave surge these days, the Capital Hospital has been struggling to maintain healthcare services up to the mark.
Four students were returning from tuitions when the unidentified car mowed them down in front of the CIFA office in Pipili.
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