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Karnataka: Double mask is the new safety buzzword

The Times of India 12 Jun 2021
BENGALURU ...Common cloth masks are not worn properly most of the time ... However, compliance to the mask rule itself may go for a toss if the double mask use is made a norm as there is already massive fatigue over Covid norms for the past one-and-a-half years, said another doctor from Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute ... .
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The Family Man 2: Meet Samantha Akkineni, Mime Gopi, Uday Mahesh and other Tamil actors in the show

Hindustan Times 12 Jun 2021
The second season of The Family Man showcased the talents of a number of actors from the South film industries other than Samantha Akkeneni. Check out details about actors like Mime Gopi, Azhagam Perumal and Devadarshini here ... Popular work ... Popular work ... A Bangalore-based medical graduate, Ravindra has been pursing acting full-time since 2011 ... ....
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Bengaluru Medical students gear up to face questions on Covid-19 in this year’s examA cursory ...

Deccan Herald 11 Jun 2021
Dr TS Ranganath, head, Department of Community Medicine, Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute (BMCRI), said the institute will question its PG students on analysing reproduction number (R0), interpreting various Covid models and the measures they will take at the community level as medical officers if the R0 is increasing.
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Fake Covid medicine sites in Hyderabad: Conmen dupe dozens

The Times of India 04 Jun 2021
In the past month, people looking for Covid-19-related medicines and medical equipment lost over Rs 50 lakh to fraudsters operating from Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai and other north Indian cities ... treat black fungus from a popular medical store, but landed up in a fraudster’s hands.
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Fake Covid medicine sites in Hyd: Conmen dupe dozens

The Times of India 04 Jun 2021
In the past month, people looking for Covid-19-related medicines and medical equipment lost over Rs 50 lakh to fraudsters operating from Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai and other north Indian cities ... treat black fungus from a popular medical store, but landed up in a fraudster’s hands.
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Saving Lives in India: International students rally for COVID relief back home

News India Times 04 Jun 2021
The first set of disbursements from the fundraiser went towards the purchase of oxygen concentrators in Delhi through the SaveLifeFoundation; oxygen concentrators for home-care in Bangalore through the GiveIndia-OlaCabs partnership; oximeters and other medical supplies in rural ...
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BEML, with ToT from DRDO, starts making oxygen generating units

Business Line 03 Jun 2021
To provide immediate medical attention, the company has set up Covid Care Centers at its KGF and Bangalore Complexes ... To boost the government’s effort in vaccination, the company has conducted vaccination camps at BEML’s KGF, Bangalore and Mysore complexes through medical staff in ...
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Mobile van Covid-19 testing at KIA, results in 4 hoursThe vans equipped with mobile laboratories ...

Deccan Herald 03 Jun 2021
The test results are to be ready within four hours. While the Bangalore International Airport Ltd (BIAL) has partnered with Tata Medical & Diagnostics Ltd (TMD) for the vans, the testing partner is Aster Lab ... The patients are required to produce their Aadhaar card, the prescription provided by the referral hospital and relevant medical documents.
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Bensalem looks at racial inequities, ways to improve its schools for all

The Doylestown Intelligencer 03 Jun 2021
Racism in education — an uncomfortable topic for many in public schools — was the focus Wednesday night in Bensalem as the district works to address diversity, equity, and inclusion in its classroom ... Shop till you drop ... Bensalem to Bangalore. Bucks medical student's relief efforts help India breathe amid COVID fight.
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Covid-19: 78% beds in Bengaluru vacant; ICUs, ventilators near full

The Times of India 31 May 2021
Doctors in Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute said all 60 ventilator beds in Victoria Hospital were full, while 27 of the 35 ventilator beds in PMSSY hospital were occupied and the rest blocked. Dr CR Jayanthi, dean-cum-director, Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute, told TOI.
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Covid: AIIMS to hold postgraduate entrance test on June 16

The Telegraph India 31 May 2021
The June 16 Institutions of National Importance Combined Entrance Test (INICET) is meant to fill the 850 MD and MS seats in the 6 functioning AIIMS and 3 other medical “institutions of national importance” — PGIMER Chandigarh, Jipmer Puducherry and Nimhans Bangalore.
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CM Jaganmohan Reddy lays foundation for 14 new medical colleges in Andhra PradeshThe decision to ...

Deccan Herald 31 May 2021
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Jaganmohan Reddy laid the foundation for the construction of 14 medical colleges in the state ... Eleven medical colleges are operational in the state at present, CMO officials said ... Reddy said that the state lacks superior medical infrastructure in the private sector like that in Hyderabad, Bangalore, and Chennai.
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Covid spike is giving Mysuru doctors cold feet

The Times of India 30 May 2021
Recently, the district administration and Mysuru Medical College planned to hire new MBBS graduates for a six-month project. Sadly, not more than 15 candidates made it to the interview ... Speaking to Bangalore Mirror, Dr C P Nanjaraj, dean and director, Mysuru Medical College, said, “Cases are increasing in the city, so are the death rates ... .
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Dr. Mumtaz Ahmed Khan lived in pursuit of a vision; thankfully he could see the change

The Siasat Daily 29 May 2021
He earned his MBBS from the Stanley Medical College in Chennai, then Madras, in early 1960s. Having completed with distinction, he was employed as a lecturer in the same Medical College where he later joined Master of Surgery (MS) course which he discontinued due to marriage in a mercantile family of Bangalore (now Bengaluru) in 1965.
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Explained: How to restore oxygen levels in Covid-19 patients

Hindustan Times 29 May 2021
In a press release by the Press Information Bureau (PIB), Chief Medical Officer of National Tuberculosis Institute, Bangalore, Dr Ravichandra has explained some important aspects involved in restoring oxygen levels in the body, for the benefit of the small proportion of patients who end up needing supplemental oxygen ... Medical College, Pune, Prof.
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