Health
Mumbai/Chennai: Indian hospitals using surgical robots for performing complex soft tissue surgical procedures are extending their wings by using this superior technology for joint replacement with the introduction of robots custom built for orthopaedic surgeons, according to Dr Mahendra Bhandari, CEO, Vattikuti Foundation.
Robotic Surgery extends its wings to Joint Replacement
Mumbai/Chennai: Indian hospitals using surgical robots for performing complex soft tissue surgical procedures are extending their wings by using this superior technology for joint replacement with the introduction of robots custom built for orthopaedic surgeons, according to Dr Mahendra Bhandari, CEO, Vattikuti Foundation.
Kolkata: War against tobacco epidemic began more than a decade ago but could only achieve limited success with certain parts of India lagging behind in enforcing laws to combat it. According to Tobacco Free West Bengal, a non-governmental initiative which is making an effort to deliver high impact, evidence-based tobacco-control interventions, the law under which smoking in public places is prohibited must be enforced in the state.
New Delhi, Dec 10: Underscoring the urgent need for countries like India to put women’s cancers on the map of the public health agenda, Prof Ian Jacobs, Vice-Chancellor of the University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney, an acknowledged global expert on the subject, Monday said India can benefit immensely from the global experience on screening and prevention in the area of ovarian and cervical cancers.
Smart people think on their feet and act. And then we stand tall on our feet all day long, walk and run around to get our chores done. So your legs are not just your wheels in the journey of life, but almost have a heart of its own. And yet our legs are perhaps the most neglected body part.
New Delhi, Dec 10: Underscoring the urgent need for countries like India to put women’s cancers on the map of the public health agenda, Prof Ian Jacobs, Vice-Chancellor of the University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney, an acknowledged global expert on the subject, Monday said India can benefit immensely from the global experience on screening and prevention in the area of ovarian and cervical cancers.