There are various Pros and Cons of the Blood donations in India.Always there is a reason behind doing something. There is no need to donate the blood when ever your sick or you’re not happy. Donating the blood more often than in 60 days is not all good. Usually the blood should be donated 3 to 5 times a year. The rest of the time the people should be make themselves healthy.
As the Indian rupee is falling against the foreign currencies, the number of the medical tourism who are coming to India has increased to 40% in the past six months as per the assoc ham study. Due to fall in rupee versus the dollar has proved to best advantage for the patients from Middle East, country like Africa and SAARC countries have increases their medical treatment to a extent of 35 to 45% on complex surgeries.
As there is lot of improvement in the information technology it allows the top medical professionals to digitally reach out to a larger physical area and then consult on a wide range of cases.WhatsApp is the best among the smart phone users that comes handy in a profession like medical among the doctors. The app which was introduced mainly to text, exchange photos the videos and the voice note. It is one of the medium for the doctors to help the people and give them the suggestions during the times of emergency.
As per the report, last month the tragedy took place with bhargavi and the laisan kanhar in sambalapur district of odisha.The couple's child banita who was in class 3 fell into the hot egg curry cauldron at her school in the Girischandrapur village while she waited for the midday meal. The eight old suffered the severe burns and was also rushed to the nearby primary health centre, where the only who should be present was absent. The staff applied the first aid and then sent them to the VSS Medical College and the hospital at the burla.
Healthcare in India features a universal health care system run by the constituent states and territories of India. The Constitution charges every state with "raising of the level of nutrition and the standard of living of its people and the improvement of public health as among its primary duties". The National Health Policy was endorsed by the