Sources said the PGI administration would also make a detailed presentation on Tuesday about the four new facilities, announced by PGI, to come up at Sarangpur. “We are yet to send the project details of the four major facilities to the Union health ministry.
Earlier, the officials had said that “technical problems in the server, were hampering the trail run of the Wi-fi services at the airport and the problems have been resolved now.” Sahota said that passengers will have free access to Wi-fi services for the first 15 minutes.
This is the first swine flue case to be recorded in the city. Earlier, a resident of Panchkula district had died of swine flue. Besides swine flu, health department officials said the city has not recorded any fresh case of dengue or Chikungunya so far.
According to sources, the advisory was a “preventive measure” to ensure the safety of its personnel who have been the target of attacks as Kashmir witnesses a series of protests ever since last year’s unrest over the killing of Burhan Wani.
Dr Anil Bhansali, head, Department of Endocrinology, PGI, one of the authors of the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR)-India Diabetes study, which was published in The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology journal, talks to The Indian Express about the study.
The Indian Council of Medical Research-INdia DIABetes study, funded by ICMR and the Department of Health Research of the union Health Ministry, seeks to estimate the national prevalence of diabetes and pre-diabetes in India, broken down by states.
Airport officials expect the outlets to come up in the next two to three months. The new terminal of the International Airport was inaugurated in 2015. But not many facilities are available for the passengers at the airport so far.
Sources said that the officials discussed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between the Army and the hospital for the provision of medical infrastructure, manpower, ambulance and hospital beds in a situation that might demand such support.
ON WEDNESDAY morning when 80-year-old Joginder Singh, a native of Yamunanagar in Haryana, was rushed to Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), one of the few things PGI doctors asked the family members was to immediately get an ambu bag (external breathing support) for him. Family members of Joginder, who had suffered an […]