Dean Dr E Theranirajan said a bone marrow transplant is an expensive procedure and would cost several lakhs in private facilities but at RGGGH, it was being done for free
The hospital performed over 950 deliveries for coronavirus-affected women. According to the Gynecology Department HOD Dr G Mahalakshmi, 612 of the deliveries were cesarean and 338 were normal.
To share the achievements, struggles of the 3,000 plus staff, the nodal hospital Covid-19 treatment held a special felicitation ceremony to commemorate completion of one year of fighting the pandemic.
The findings highlighted various other issues that people face at the facility, on which they expect action from the authorities.
Shiv Kumar, , son of a farmer, who delivered yeoman service during the pandemic last year, was beaming with pride and exhibited humility after getting a jab of Covishield on his arm.
Kistamma S, 42, a sanitation worker at Gandhi Hospital, etched her name into history by becoming the first individual in Telangana to get vaccinated against Covid-19.
Dr Manoj Murhekar, Director, National Institute of Epidemiology, Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), was one of the beneficiaries to receive the indigenously developed Covaxin
Meet S Kistamma: Gandhi Hospital's sanitation worker who received first COVID-19 vaccine shot in Telangana
When Gandhi Hospital served as an exclusive COVID-19 treatment government hospital for many months last year and Kistamma served during the entire period.
The Dean of the hospital, Dr E Theranirajan, said the patient had 80 percent lung involvement when he was admitted in September
This is an important shift in the strategy ahead of the second wave of COVID-19 that the TS Health Department is anticipating in January 2021.
Junior doctors said while they welcome the instructions issued, they wanted the specific order that the hospital will only have to admit 200 ICU super speciality cases and not more
One of the major contentions of the students is that lakhs of patients would be benefitted if the hospital resumes non-COVID services, and that it would be a blessing for PG students.
The doctors had initially planned to go on an indefinite strike from November 1 to coerce the government to reopen non-COVID services in the hospital, which is one of the major tertiary care hospital.
Junior doctors of Gandhi Hospital have decided to go on an indefinite strike from November 1 to coerce the government to start non Covid-19 services as well at the hospital.
No immediate reaction was available from the Delhi unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party over the remarks made by the AAP, which is in power in Delhi.