To ensure that clinical trials on new vaccines can be completed quickly, the COVID Vaccine Trials Unit at JIPMER is preparing an advance contact list of persons who may be interested to participate
The JIPMER on Saturday withdrew its decision to give free treatment only to patients with Below Poverty Line (BPL) ration cards.
The decision has evoked strong opposition from political parties as well as the Lt Governor Dr Tamilisai Soundarajaran
The judge further said a full-body X-ray is a must since there is an allegation that the deceased was beaten black and blue and he might have sustained bodily injuries and fractures.
Stating that India is fast moving towards becoming the global leader for ‘energy transition’, Naidu hailed the recent landmark of 100 Gigawatt of installed renewable energy capacity in India.
Professor SC Parija maintained that in the coming years, the impetus is on introducing Artificial Intelligence and machine learning into the realms of health sciences.
The JUHC was established in 1954 to provide a family folder-based health care for four wards under Puducherry Municipality -- Kurusukuppam, Chinnayapuram, Vazhaikulam, and Vaithikuppam.
Some of the patients never had Covid. In fact every year, JIPMER has been treating a few cases of mucormycosis, said a doctor.
In a memorandum to Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan, state BJP President V Saminathan said COVID-19 is spreading at a rapid pace in the UT, with around 2000 cases and around 30-35 deaths each day
Since the institute is preferentially admitting patients with severe illness, it has been trying to convert more of its oxygen beds to ICU beds, which are likely to reach 100 by the end of May
The number of ICU beds have been increased from 35 to 61 and the process of redesignating an additional 75 beds for COVID-related emergencies is underway.
JIPMER primarily admits COVID-19 patients with oxygen demand or uncontrolled critical co-morbidities, noted Rajya Sabha member N Gokulakrishnan
JIPMER Director Dr. Rakesh Agarwal in a statement said that on Saturday evening, a group of 75-100 persons disturbed patient care in the Emergency Medical Services Division of JIPMER.
In a memorandum to the Union Health Minister, the secretary of the CPM state unit R Rajangam said it is a matter of serious concern to poor patients frequenting the hospital
The number of COVID-19 patients in Puducherry has rapidly increased in the last four weeks. This has resulted in a multifold increase in COVID-positive patients admitted in Jipmer.