Medicines(Search results - 18)
India30, Dec 2019, 7:37 PM IST
Madhya Pradesh: Red sand boa snake worth Rs 1.25 crore rescued
Boa snakes are rare non-poisonous reptiles used for making certain medicines, cosmetics and are in huge demand in the international market
India29, Dec 2019, 3:25 PM IST
Rajasthan: Apathy of government hospital comes to fore
Though Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot has allocated the highest budget for the health sector, a government hospital in Banswara had been treating two patients on single bed due to shortage of beds. Families of patients were furious over lack of medicines and doctors in the hospital.
NEWS21, Sep 2019, 2:03 PM IST
Villagers in Karnataka fall sick after drinking water from contaminated lake
From toddlers to aged, more than 70 people in Shakhapura, in Raichur, Karnataka were seen bed-ridden as they could not afford medical expenses
NEWS8, Aug 2019, 7:52 PM IST
Bengaluru Night Cap: From trouble for Speaker Ramesh Kumar to prepping for Varamahalakshmi
From former Speaker Ramesh Kumar facing trouble to KR Market gearing up for Varamahalakshmi to and Kichcha Sudeep's appeal to fans, watch Bengaluru Night Cap for today's news headlines from the city.
NEWS8, Aug 2019, 6:13 PM IST
Former Karnataka Speaker Ramesh Kumar in trouble for ‘medicines fraud’; lawyer files complaint
Trouble mounts for former Karnataka Assembly Speaker Ramesh Kumar as a lawyer has filed a complaint against him with the Lokayukta, alleging corruption in the health ministry when Ramesh Kumar was the minister concerned.
NEWS8, Jul 2019, 2:06 PM IST
Mosquito menace: Dengue is preventable; here’s how
Vaccination does not play a role in bringing down the number of dengue cases in the city. There are no specific medicines as well. It is support care that is provided to the dengue-infected patients in the hospital, said Dr Sudarshan Ballal
NEWS19, Jun 2019, 12:45 PM IST
KR Puram govt hospital administers expired drugs; officers suspended
BM Vijay Shankar, Bengaluru Urban deputy commissioner, has expressed shock over the fact that a government hospital in KR Puram has been selling expired drugs. The district health officer has been asked to conduct an inquiry to know who is responsible.
17, Mar 2017, 11:37 AM IST
Critical care medicines fail quality test
Bupivacaine in Dextrose INJ, which is most commonly used during complicated surgeries like the one performed in spine were found to be of sub-standard