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Washington, Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Novel tissue scaffolds help body grow new bone

In a first, chemical engineers led by an Indian-origin researcher at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have devised a new implantable tissue scaffold coated with bone growth factors that... »
More on medical specialisation AND: medical researchPlastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetics
VIJAYAWADA, Wednesday, August 20, 2014

The importance of intensive care

World-class critical care management is now a reality in the State. Before Nightingale’s arrival on the scene, mortality rate of hospitalised soldiers was as high as 40 per cent, thanks to lack of critical care and high rate of infection. After her arrival, it fell to 2 per cent. »
More on medical specialisation AND: construction and propertyeconomy, business and financehealthhospital and clinicmedical servicetrauma & emergency healthcare
VISAKHAPATNAM, Friday, August 15, 2014

Rare procedure lends near normal vision to patient

We have become the first hospital in Andhra Pradesh and third after hospitals in Chennai and Hyderabad to perform it, says LVPEI’s Jayesh Vazirani. »
More on medical specialisation AND: Andhra Pradeshhealthmedical educationopthalmologyVisakhapatnam
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