NMC Bill: Genuine Concerns need to be addressed K G Suresh The NMC bill, passed in the Rajya Sabha last week amid protests from the medical community, proposes to replace the Medical Commission of India with a National Medical Commission to regulate all aspects of medical education, profession and institutions.
Freedom from Ventilator; Time for paralyzed patients to breathe naturally Dhananjay Kumar New Delhi: For 53 year old Satpal Singh from Meerut, the word freedom connotes riddance from ventilator and breathing naturally. As India celebrates its 73 rd independence day, his freedom from ventilator has just begun, thanks to ground
Jewels in India’s Healthcare Crown: Few Facts By Mr. R Shankar, President, Organizing Committee, HEAL Convention While India is often criticised for trying to abdicate its responsibility in healthcare segment, the facts are otherwise. India has its own priorities, especially as a nation so diverse in so many ways. Here
Leadless pacemakers: The Present and the Future of Cardiac Pacing Cardiac pacemakers have gone through evolutionary growth in the past decade. Old traditional permanent pacemakers are being replaced by new leadless pacemakers. Conventional pacemakers work as part of a pacing system that consists of a pulse generator and pacing leads
India has one of the most well-planned healthcare policies. It was detailed in addressing the multi- layered issues of a developing nation that has wide disparities in wealth distribution, geographic and climatic variations and illnesses that are both infectious and non-infectious in aetiology. It is in this backdrop that healthcare