Such a blood-based testing methodology could help clinicians better understand disease progression and choose a more effective treatment regimen.
As per the experts from the Neurosurgery department of AIIMS, the recovery rate from brain stroke is 66 per cent for those who have not got infected from the virus.
Residents of Naregal town in Gadag district have a new worry, other than Covid: brain fever.
With symptoms of seizures and speech problems, the patient, a native of Bhadrak district, had presented at the premier hospital a month back.
The Neurobiology Research Centre at NIMHANS-Bengaluru was the first to set up a brain bank in the country and the one at Bhubaneswar will be established in collaboration with NIMHANS.
According to a statement from the hospital, the patient and her husband were in the US on student visas and were unable to meet the medical costs in the country.
Due to the serious conditions, he was shifted to a hospital there. As his condition worsened, he was intubated and put on ventilator support.
These findings help to better understand why regular exercise is beneficial in AD and may provide new insight for disease prevention or effective treatment approaches.
After a 48-year-old woman from Karnataka suffered a rare case of brain haemorrhage post Covid-19, a private hospital in the city helped save her life by performing a crucial surgery in time.
Organs harvested from a 47-year-old brain dead patient from the district gave a fresh lease of life to three patients on Sunday, after they were sent to various hospitals in Tiruchy and Madurai.
V Nava Koteswara Rao did his PhD in Nanotechnology under the guidance of Prof MV Shankar, Material Science and Nanotechnology Department, Yogi Vemana University.
However, some important mental illnesses, such as depression and anxiety, were each occurring in as many as 25% of people with COVID-19.
Australia’s oldest-ever man has included eating chicken brains among his secrets to living more than 111 years.
Teachers are not dismissing these tech innovations because they believe that most of these are designed to retain the student’s attention.