29Aug, 2017

AIIMS suspends 12 students for ragging juniors

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The All India Institute of Medical Sciences has suspended a dozen students for three months over ragging, in the first such step by India’s premier medical institution. Five of the culprits were studying MBBS while the rest were paramedical students. According to sources, a first-year student has been badly injured and is receiving treatment. Ragging on India’s school and college campuses has over the years provoked dozens of students to commit suicide, fall into depression, or leave renowned institutes that few can get into. The issue received international attention in […]
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28Aug, 2017

Price caps on most medical devices soon?

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A draft national medical devices policy that could bring most medical devices within the ambit of price regulation while also outlining measures to boost local manufacturing of devices has been circulated by the Centre. The proposal, which comes soon after a draft national pharma policy, marks continued government activism to reduce costs of medical care and control insurance payouts in view of steep treatment and hospitalisation expenses in the private sector. Currently, only a few critical medical devices are under indirect price control and 80% of all devices are imported products. This […]
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28Aug, 2017

Medical Council of India spells terms for open school students to study MBBS abroad

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Students who have pursued intermediate from NIOS or state open schooling boards will not be eligible to pursue MBBS or an equivalent course abroad if they have not taken practical examination in physics, chemistry or biology in class 11 and 12. In a circular, the Medical Council of India (MCI) said that the candidates who have passed 10+2 from National Institute of Open School (NIOS) or state open schooling boards (SOS), would not be eligible to take admission to MBBS or equivalent course outside the country. The MCI made clear […]
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28Aug, 2017

WHY WE NEED CAP …AFTER RCT????

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A larger filling is usually not the best choice because when a tooth gets to the point of needing a crown, most of the tooth’s original enamel is broken or gone. Taking out an old filling and replacing it with a larger one takes away more of the original enamel, which makes the tooth weaker. We don’t want the tooth to get so weak that it breaks or splits when you chew on it. The tooth might have to be extracted if it splits down the root. So most of […]
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