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Deputy Commissioner P. Manivannan has informed that the second round of pulse polio programme will be held tomorrow and warned the Health Department officials that action will be taken against them in case they fail to achieve the target of 90%.
He was speaking at a recent meeting organised in connection with the second round of pulse polio programme. He used them to strive to achieve the target on the first day itself and...
The Karnataka State Orthopaedic Conference will be held for the first time in Kodagu from Feb. 8 to 10 at Crystal Hall, Madikeri. More than 500 Orthopaedic surgeons from the State and neighbouring States and also post-graduate students in Orthopaedics will participate.
The faculty will include Orthopaedic surgeons and teachers of national and international repute from India and abroad. The Indian Orthopaedic Association President Dr. Goel, Indian Orthopaedic Association President-elect Dr. Shantharam Shetty and OASISCON President and various Heads of Orthopaedic Associations in the country will participate.
The inaugural ceremony of the Conference will be held at Crystal Hall in Madikeri on Feb. 9 at 10.30. a.m. Lt.Gen. B...
A three-day mega health check-up programme for children of Government schools in the district began today.N.S. Chennappagowda, Deputy Commissioner, inaugurated the programme under the Suvarna Karnataka Arogya Chaitanya project of the State Government, at Maharani's New Type Middle School on Narayana Shastri Road.
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The facility, for direct contact with National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro-Sciences (...
Under the auspices of Kamakshi School of Nursing, Kamakshi Hospital, BSMS Trust is organising an AIDS Awareness Week and Exhibition at the hospital from today upto Dec. 8.
M. Vinod Rao, Managing Trustee, BSMS Trust, inaugurated. Lilly Sarojini, Principal, Kamakshi School of Nursing presided. Dr. K.R. Kamath, Administrator, Kamakshi Hospital was the guest of honour. Dr. Nataraj, Medical Officer, Sagarakatte Primary Health Centre, was a special invitee.
Dr. Umesh Kamath, Medical Superintendent, Kamakshi Hospital, Dr. C.D.S. Murthy, Dr. J.S. Hegde and Dr. Srinivas were present.
Dr. Nataraj in his speech said that there are 2.7 million HIV patients in India and one lakh in Karnataka. In the order of number of HIV patients,...
The concerned doctors of K.R. Hospital are contemplating to provide basic amenities in the hospital with the help from private philanthrophists.
The doctors are learnt to have taken this decision because the hospital is not getting enough grants from the Government to provide basic amenities for the patients.
The doctors are said to be contemplating to invite philanthropists to donate ambulance, ventilators, dialysis machines, x-ray and scanning machines, generators, air-conditioners, lenses needed for eyes, life saving medicines, equipment for diabetic and high blood pressure patients and other necessary items needed in the hospital.
It is being contemplated to contact the alumni of Mysore...