The rise in the number of covid cases in the state and in the country and a massive surge in Kerala is a serious concern for us, said Dr Sudarshan Ballal.
Date : July 31, 2021
Publication name : Bangalore Mirror
The modern era of technological advancement has shifted the world towards new development. When it comes to the healthcare sector, organ transplantation is serving wonders for mankind. Not only it is one of the most successful advances in modern medicine but even for the patients, it is serving a new hope for survival. Organ transplantation refers to a medical procedure in which an organ is removed from a donor’s body and placed in the body of a recipient, to replace any form of damaged, failure or missing organ. With the help of Organ transplantation, patients suffering from chronic illness such as diabetes or any physical injuries can live a healthier and longer lifespan. The criteria for organ transplant include a sequence of tests to determine the kind of donor organ to best fit the recipient and prevent organ transplant rejection. Initially, organ transplantation was restricted to only to the vital organs. However, with developed medical and surgical process have paved new paths for transplantation of several organs. A lot of misconceptions and myths revolving around organ transplantations and its process exist out there.
Date : July 27, 2021
Publication name : Business World
Publication: CNN News 18
Date : July 17, 2021
Publication name : CNN News 18
The crisis offered an opportunity to restructure parts of the business that required transformation. To that end, Manipal Hospitals invested heavily in technology and systems to ensure business continuity and better serve customers, said Mr Sameer Agarwal.
Date : July 14, 2021
Publication name : CFO Content
Publication: India Ahead
Date : July 12, 2021
Publication name : India Ahead
Dengue is related to mosquito breeding in stagnant fresh water and high-density populations where infected mosquitoes can bite a large number of individuals in a cluster. It is possible that many migrant workers were displaced and severe crowding in the lower socio-economic area might have been less during the pandemic, said Dr.H Sudarshan Ballal.
Date : July 8, 2021
Publication name : The Hindu
If we maintain this strategy long enough, we might move the COVID pandemic to an endemic status like the seasonal flu, which is more manageable. There is also a likelihood of yearly COVID vaccination for high-risk groups, similar to flu vaccination, said Dr H Sudarshan Ballal
Date : July 5, 2021
Publication name : News 18
With the imposition of a second lockdown in many parts of the country, implementation of COVID-appropriate behaviour and the arrival of vaccines, we have managed to bring down the number of new cases from almost 4 lakh per day to about 40,000 to 50,000 per day. I do believe these numbers will come down further if we control our behaviour, said Dr H Sudarshan Ballal.
Date : July 5, 2021
Publication name : First Post