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Bengaluru doctors do their bit to spread awareness on Nipah virus, hospitals to have two beds exclusively for patients

The department has also asked the districts to furnish daily outbreak report regarding Nipah virus. It also directed the authorities concerned to sensitise health assistants and ASHA workers.

Published on 9th June 2019
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Coronavirus and the 'words outbreak': Are you 'Covidiot' or 'Covidient'? 

In the wake of the Coronavirus outbreak, to define new situations new words have been coined and they are being widely used on social media

Published on 24th March 2020
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India's young techies begin Corona Hackathon to find immediate app solutions to battle COVID-19

Teams were formed online and the hackathon will happen virtually. Chat platform Slack is being used for people to discuss projects and form teams

Published on 25th March 2020
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I serve because I must: An Indian Physician Assistant in New York talks about how COVID-19 has flipped life on its head 

Keren Mariam Paul, a physician assistant says that there is a concern of running out of intensive care facility, among other things

Published on 28th March 2020
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Only half a hospital bed for every 1000 Indians. Why we need to worry about Corona patients who need critical care

We are not only behind when it comes to hospital beds but we are also lagging in the number of doctors and nurses

Published on 30th March 2020
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IIT-H calls for adopting alternatives to ventilators like 'bag valve masks' to meet high demand 

The Professors note that while 'bag valve mask' are currently hand-powered and therefore not suitable for continuous use as a ventilator, it would be easy to design a similar device

Published on 30th March 2020
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IIT Guwahati is in the forefront of the battle against the coronavirus pandemic in India

Students and staff of the institution have been providing scientific support, sophisticated instrument facilities as well as being involved in the immediate development of life-saving equipment

Published on 30th March 2020
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US-based university develops hand-held, automatic ventilators to fight coronavirus 

A total of 782,365 COVID-19 cases have been reported across more than 175 countries and territories with 37,582 deaths reported so far, according to Johns Hopkins University data

Published on 31st March 2020
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T-Hub asks students to come up with solutions to COVID-19 linked issues in their innovation challenge

T-Hub, in collaboration with Q City, is asking students of Telangana to come up with ideas to combat Coronavirus and is ready to virtually mentor them along the way through two webinars and experts

Published on 31st March 2020
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IIT Hyderabad Director B.S Murty calls for adopting alternatives to Ventilators like ‘Bag Valve Mask’

The mask is already in consideration in other countries, it is portable and could be used in villages without power supply and is inexpensive enough to be manufactured in bulk

Published on 1st April 2020
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Tamil Nadu guarantees 50% off-take of drugs, ventilators production

The measures were announced to meet the increased demand for the above items to treat the increasing Coronavirus infected persons in the state

Published on 2nd April 2020
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IIT Hyderabad-incubated start-up develops 'Jivan Lite', a low-cost, portable emergency use ventilator

Pursuant to device certification, Aerobiosys Innovations aims to produce at least 50-70 IoT-enabled units per day through collaboration with an Industrial Partner

Published on 3rd April 2020
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AI can predict Coronavirus patients' risk, their need for ventilators or intensive care

Although the models will not be used as a basis for treating individual patients, they will be used as a planning tool that can still make a big difference for hospital staff

Published on 3rd April 2020
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COVID-19: Gujarat firm makes low-cost ventilators in 10 days, 1000 machines distributed in hospitals

The company has manufactured ventilators which cost around Rs 1 lakh whereas the usual ventilators cost around Rs 6.5 lakhs

Published on 5th April 2020
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COVID-19: Chandigarh University uses 3D printing technology to design ventilator splitters 

Chandigarh University had constituted a core research group on the call made by Department of Science and Technology 

Published on 6th April 2020

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