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Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and Thailand have recently become the first four countries in the World Health Organization (WHO)’s South-East Asia region to have successfully controlled Hepatitis B. The virus is said to be controlled when the disease occurrenceis reduced to less than 1% among children less than 5 years of age. Hepatitis B is a ..
Topics: Healthcare-associated infections • Hepatitis • Hepatitis C treatment in Moldova • Infectious causes of cancer • Infectious diseases • Liver • Medical specialties • Medicine • RTT • Vaccine-preventable diseases • Viral diseases • Viral hepatitis
The Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has rolled out a programme for universal screening of children below 18 years for leprosy and tuberculosis (TB). About the Scheme Under the scheme, an estimated 25 crore children and adolescents will be screened annually for leprosy and TB and put on treatment if required. The Rashtriya ..
Topics: Acid-fast bacilli • Bacterial Diseases • Infectious causes of cancer • Infectious diseases • Lepra • leprosy • Medical specialties • Microbiology • Mycobacterium • Mycobacterium leprae • Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram • Tuberculosis • Tuberculosis in India
The World Hepatitis Day (WHD) is observed every year on 28rd of July to raise awareness about the disease which causes inflammation of the liver and claims around 1.4 million lives every year. The date of 28 July was chosen because it is the birthday of Nobel-prize winning scientist Dr Baruch Blumberg, who discovered hepatitis ..
Topics: Baruch Samuel Blumberg • Healthcare-associated infections • Hepatitis • Hepatitis B • Infectious causes of cancer • Infectious diseases • Medical specialties • Medicine • RTT • Vaccine-preventable diseases • Viral diseases • World Hepatitis Day
April 19 is observed as World Liver Day. This day is meant to raise awareness about liver and following a lifestyle which supports liver health. This day is observed to understand importance of liver in human body and how liver ailments can be treated. As per World Health Organisation (WHO), liver diseases are 10th most ..
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The researchers at IIT-Delhi have designed an “Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based low-power electronic hardware system” to easily detect Malaria, Tuberculosis (TB), Intestinal parasite, and Cervical cancer in a few milliseconds. The research is focused on building an intelligent Neuromorphic system which can be used for healthcare access in resource-constrained areas with limited access to human specialists. ..