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UOSSM Doctors Run Training Mission in Bangladesh To Prevent Diabetic Amputation

Geneva, Switzerland – Over 900,000 Rohingya refugees are living in unhealthy conditions in Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh. Due to a lack of available medical care, chronic diseases are ravaging the population. Among them, diabetes. This silent disease, whose severity is frequently underestimated, can cause multiple complications including the diabetic foot in 15% of cases. The onset

Doctors gathered to address the sessions for mothers to deal with Postpartum Challenges

36 mothers were invited to share their day-to-day problems Doctors shared their valuable inputs with the women on challenging issues Gurugram, May, 2018: In order to address motherhood issues, group of doctors came together and organized a special session for the mothers and working women. During the session, doctors shared important inputs on Diet, yoga,

BREAKING: UOSSM PHC and Office Attacked in Ghouta, Doctors Describe Attacks as “Mass Hysteria”

Geneva, Switzerland -A UOSSM Primary Health Care Center in Misraba and a UOSSM office in Hammouria, were hit under a wave of attacks on hospitals, buildings and “anything standing” in eastern Ghouta in the past 24 hours. No casualties were reported as all medical centers in the area were shut down due to heavy shelling

Doctors at Sankara Eye Hospital performed ‘tooth in the eye’ surgery to give back vision to a 35-year-old female

Miracle surgery performed for the first time in Karnataka to save a young woman’s vision   Doctors at Sankara Eye Hospital performed ‘tooth in the eye’ surgery to give back vision to a 35-year-old female   Bengaluru, March 01, 2018: A team of specialists at Sankara Eye Hospital gave 35-year-old Mamtha, a new lease of

ZeOmega® Introduces EldriCare™ to Help Doctors Bridge Gaps in Care and Execute Tailored Care Plans

Outstanding Care Management Services from Eldricare Come at a Critical Time for India   16th February 2018, Bangalore: ZeOmega®, an industry leader in population health management (PHM) solutions servicing healthcare organizations throughout the United States, announced today the opening of its new sister company—EldriCare™. Based in Bangalore and servicing all of India, EldriCare creates and

Over 70% Women in Haryana Lack Awareness on HIV: Doctors Call For Awareness on World AIDS Day

National Family Health Survey (2015-2016) of Haryana states only 30% of women (aged 15-59) is aware of HIV infection. National AIDS Control Organization (NACO) 2016-2017 reports that 1836 HIV infections are transmitted to Female Sex Workers and 786 IV drug users. Over 25 Lakh Indians are infected by HIV and 14 Lakh not aware of

Doctors Around The World Unite, Raise 150K+ Signatures To Stop Hospital Bombings

Toronto, ON- Doctors from around the world, organized by the aid agency UOSSM (Union Of Medical Care And Relief Organizations), under the campaign #DoctorsInDanger, have united in protest against the targeting of medical facilities and staff in Syria. The petition already has 150,000 signatures and is growing by the day. The medical situation in Syria has

Doctors at Paras Bliss Hospital, Panchkula Give Tips on How Jaundice at Birth can be Dealt With

Panchkula, July 2017: Jaundice (clinically known as neonatal hyperbilirubinemia), is a common medical condition that may develop in newborns within the first two to five days after birth. It occurs due to high levels of bilirubin in the body (a waste product created from the breakdown of blood containing proteins present particularly in red blood

Smartphones may be the leading cause for brain tumor in adults, say doctors at Indian Spinal Injuries Centre, New Delhi

New Delhi, 21st June 2017: With instant access to text messages, emails, social media, games and practically everything else we could want, the obsession with cell phones is starting to resemble an addiction among youth in Delhi-NCR. People use their phones when they are walking, driving, hanging out with friends, waiting for a bus, standing in line,

Doctors at Indian Spinal Injuries Center deliver first ever baby at the hospital after treating the mother severely paralyzed following a road accident during the eighth month of her pregnancy

The fairytale birth of ‘Nayika’ Doctors at Indian Spinal Injuries Center deliver first ever baby at the hospital after treating the mother severely paralyzed following a road accident during the eighth month of her pregnancy   ISIC exhibits exemplary medical excellence in surgically treating the mother completely paralyzed in a road accident; also gifts her