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Tag: Medical

SCB
3-Member Committee Formed To Probe Alleged Mismanagement In SCB Covid Ward

Bhubaneswar: In a prompt action by SCB authorities, a three members committee has been formed to probe the alleged mismanagement in the corona ward of the hospital in Cuttack, Friday. The committee has been asked to submit a report on the matter on Saturday. The three-member body comprises additional superintendent, manager and emergency authority doctor […]

NIT Recruitment 2019
NEET UG 2019: Attention Candidates! Important Details You Must Know

The last date to apply for the mop-up round of counselling for admission to undergraduate medical or dental programmes (MBBS or BDS), has been extended by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). The candidates, who have cleared NEET UG 2019 can now complete the registration process by August 18. Earlier, after starting the registration for NEET […]

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Youth injured in bombing over past rivalry in Puri

Puri: A youth suffered critical injuries after four bike-borne miscreants hurled bombs at him near Baselisahi area of Puri district today. The injured, Sibaram Patra is now undergoing treatment at the District Headquarters Hospital. According to Patra, four were involved in the attack while he could identity only one of them. “The accused Dama came […]

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Dreaded criminal Krishna injured in police encounter in Bolangir

Bolangir: Police on Monday nabbed dreaded criminal Krishna after an encounter near Tusura chhak in Bolangir yesterday. With injury on his left leg, the criminal was initially admitted to Saintala hospital and later shifted to Bolangir hospital. However, he was rushed to Burla hospital after his condition deteriorated again. Acting on a tip-off, police attempted […]

Skin cancer
Aspirin, ibuprofen can improve survival rate of patients suffering from cancer

New York: Regular use of a common type of medication such as aspirin and ibuprofen significantly improves the survival rate for a third or more patients with head and neck cancer, a new study has found. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or NSAIDs, for at least six months provided “markedly prolonged” improved five-year survival rate from 25 […]

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Admission process begins for MBBS and BDS courses in Odisha

Bhubaneswar: Admission process at various private and government medical colleges across the state began today. According to OJEE officials, the admission process will continue till July 10 and classes will begin from August 1. “On the first day, students will be enrolled for as many as 212 seats at SCB Medical College and Hospital in […]

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Odisha hikes salaries of contractual doctors

  Bhubaneswar: The Odisha Finance Department on Thursday announced a hike in salaries for assistant and specialist surgeons engaged on a contractual basis. According to a press release issued by the government, the salary of assistant surgeons working in primary and secondary care centres on contract basis has been increased to Rs 55,000 from Rs […]

NEET PG 2021 Exam Postponed
NEET-PG 2018: Online application begins, Know details

New Delhi:  The online registration for NEET PG 2018 has begun from October 31, 2017 and will continue till November 27, 2017 (till 11:59 pm). The exam will be conducted by National Board of Education (NBE) on January 7, 2018. It will be completely computer based test. The registration process cane be available on the […]

74% feel corruption is common in Government hospitals, reveals survey

New Delhi: Seventy-four per cent of respondents in a recent set of polls said that corruption related to procurement/supplies is a common phenomenon at government hospitals while just 2 per cent said that was not the case. Twenty-four per cent were not sure about this. Citizens’ engagement platform LocalCircle conducted the surveys in the wake […]

NHRC
NHRC notice to Odisha govt over poor medical arrangements

New Delhi: The National Human Rights Commission has called for a report from the Odisha government over the death of woman and her son due to lack of medical facilities at a health centre in Cuttack district. According to the commission, which took cognizance of the issue through media reports, Bharat Nayak of Cuttak district […]

Will laughing gas have the last laugh?

London: At a time when the use of laughing gas (nitrous oxide) in clinical practice has gradually reduced, a new article contends that there is ‘no clinically relevant evidence’ for the withdrawal of nitrous oxide. The issue whether laughing gas (nitrous oxide) should be banned from the operating room figured prominently in a debate at […]

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