Dr. Guleria said it is important to understand whwn to end home isolation in mild or asymptomatic cases.
The pandemic is spreading to tier-2 and tier-3 cities, so it is very important to train doctors about treating this new disease, AIIMS Director Randeep Guleria said while underlining that misuse of drugs like Remdesivir and Tocilizumab has to be avoided.
AIIMS director Randeep Guleria said there are many patients who will experience several symptoms even after recovering from the coronavirus disease even several weeks post recovery and they need to be treated for them; The Odisha government rushed a large contingent of rescue and relief teams to Balasore district bordering West Bengal on Monday where the very severe cyclonic storm Yaas is likely to make landfall; The aviation regulator has asked for a report after a mid air wedding was conducted on board a spice jet flight. All this and more news at 9 PM.
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AIIMS director Dr Randeep Guleria had warned against CT scans in mild Covid cases linking its radiation to cancer risk. Backing Dr Guleria, Dr Naval Vikram, Dept of Medicine, AIIMS, New Delhi and Dr Jagadish Hiremath, Founder, ACE Healthcare also cautioned against the overuse of CT scans. They pointed out its harmful effects and urged everyone to be very careful. Watch the full video for more.
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AIIMs director Randeep Guleria has noted that mild covid cases in patients are turning into severe pneumonia because of strong medicaton and repeated tests. Guleria, who is a member of the National Task Force on Covid-19, said patients with mild symptoms who had consumed steroids were triggering a virus replication in their bodies, causing a drop in oxygen levels.
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After comedian D.L. Hughley recovered from Covid-19, his experience of the health care system inspired him to write a manual on ‘How to Survive America.’ “People have this notion that whatever happens to us is our fault.”
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Serum Institute CEO Adar Poonawalla said that SII has “never exported vaccines at the cost of the people of India"; A vessel with 273 personnel on board, which was stranded near Bombay High during the impact of Cyclone Tauktae, has sunk; 4,22,426 Covid-19 patients have recovered in India in the past 24 hours; Sushil Kumar has been denied pre-arrest bail by a Delhi court; a 32-year-old man was arrested from Haryana for allegedly deceiving people on the pretext of providing Remdesivir injections by the Delhi Police.
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Mallika Dua, daughter of journalist Vinod Dua took to Twitter to seek help for her Covid affected mother, Chinna Dua. She tagged Congress leader Deepender Singh Hooda to help her arrange for Tocilizumab, an antibody therapy to treat Covid. Hooda responded to the tweet immediately. BJP's Hardeep Singh Puri also responded to Dua’s plea and even gave a mobile number for Dua to contact him for help.
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Chief Minister of Haryana, Manohar Lal Khattar said that control room for oxygen supply has been made in Chandigarh amid soared requirement of oxygen in the state. He also informed that they have received 12,700 Remdesivir injections from the Centre till now out of demand of 20,000. "We have made control room for oxygen supply in Chandigarh. We have been allotted 70 MT per day of oxygen from Odisha. We have acquired 20 tankers for the transportation of oxygen. We need more tankers. We have demanded 20,000 Remdesivir injections from the Centre, as of now we have received 12,700 injections. We also received 160 Tocilizumab injections from the Centre, out of which we gave 80 to private hospitals and 80 to govt medical colleges," said CM Manohar Lal Khattar.