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  • Woman finds pin in tablet

    India8, Jun 2019, 11:36 AM

    Tamil Nadu woman finds pin in tablet given at Erwadi government hospital

    A woman suffering from diarrhea, headache and vomiting was given Ciprofloxacin tablets by the government hospital in Erwadi. She was shocked to see a piece of pin inside the tablet when she broke it into halfRamanathapuram: A Tamil Nadu woman was shocked to find a pin inside a tablet, which was given to her at the government hospital in Erwadi. Sakthi from Tamil Nadu’s Eranthurai village was suffering from diarrhea, headache and vomiting. She went to the government hospital. She was given a strip of Ciprofloxacin tablets in the hospital. She broke the tablet into two as she had throat ache and it was difficult to gulp the tablet as a whole. But to her shock, she found a piece of pin inside the tablet. Scared to take any risk, she broke another tablet into four pieces before consuming it. Reports claimed that Deputy Director (Public health) Dr B Kumaragurubaran has collected the tablet with pin and the strip. He is said to have sent a report to the Tamil Nadu Medical Services Corporation, which supplied drugs to various government hospitals.

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    Politics4, Jun 2019, 1:37 PM

    Andhra Pradesh CM Jaganmohan takes action to improve government hospitals

    YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) chief and Andhra Pradesh chief minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy asked the officials to submit a report on the infrastructure requirements in government hospitals and also promised on filling up vacancies in government hospitals.

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    India31, May 2019, 3:16 PM

    Tamil Nadu: Ramanathapuram Collector pays a surprise visit to govt hospitals; reviews medical services

    On Thursday (May 30), Madurai Collector K Veera Raghava Rao made a surprise visit to the government hospitals in Tamil Nadu’s Ramanathapuram and warned the doctors that strict actions would be taken if failed to discharge their duties to the best of their ability

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    India28, May 2019, 5:35 PM

    Brain death determination to be made compulsory in Kerala to promote organ transplantation

     Transplant and Procurement Management (TPM) facilities will be introduced in government hospitals in Kerala. Expert doctors in Neurology and Anesthesia departments will be vested with the responsibility of the facility.