In the ongoing laboratory testing for COVID-19 diagnosis by molecular diagnostic methods, clinical specimens or a subset of the clinical specimens may need to be retained for various purposes such as performing additional tests, for quality control purposes or for use as control materials to assess newer diagnostic tests.

The Haryana State Council For Physiotherapy Act, 2020 is an Act to provide for the constitution of the Haryana State Council for Physiotherapy for the purpose of registration of Physiotherapists in the State and for the recognition of institutions imparting training in the field of Physiotherapy and for co-ordination and determination of standar

The manufacturer of a medical device shall upload the information specified in sub rule (2) relating to that medical device for registration on the “Online System for Medical Devices” established by the Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation for this purpose.

NITI Aayog released the report on ‘Health Systems for a New India: Building Blocks—Potential Pathways to Reforms’.

NITI Aayog released the report on ‘Health Systems for a New India: Building Blocks—Potential Pathways to Reforms’.

A new Global Health Security Index suggests that not a single country in the world is fully prepared to handle an epidemic or pandemic. The GHS Index is a joint project of the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security and the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI), with research by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU).

Making cancer detection more easy and quick, scientists developed a cancer-detecting breathalyzer that can detect cancer just through a person’s breath and have already begun its clinical trials.

There were as many as nine lakh “preventable” unplanned Caesarean section (C-section) deliveries out of 70 lakh in private hospitals in India in one year, driven mainly by “financial incentives,” s

A new report by the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Regional Office for Africa shows a high improvement in health in the region. However, this achievement can only be sustained and expanded if countries significantly improve the way they deliver essential health services to the people who need them most.

Low quality healthcare costs time and money says this new report published by the World Health Organization (WHO) , Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), and the World Bank. Poor quality health services are holding back progress on improving health in countries at all income levels, not just low- and middle-income countries, the report said.

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