Despite India facing a shortfall of nearly three million units of blood annually, over six lakh litres, or 28 lakh […]
Delhi government will procure four lakh condoms and distribute it in the national capital’s red-light area G B Road till […]
The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in collaboration with AIDS Healthcare Foundation, Department of Telecommunications and National AIDS Control […]
Despite being a country with a population of 1.2 billion, India faces a blood shortage of 3 million units. The problem […]
Rajnish Rohatgi, Director, BD Medical- Medical Surgical Systems delves into the detail of the different initiatives and projects the company […]
[This article was published in the July 2011 issue of the eHEALTH Magazine (https://www.ehealthonline.org) ]
Build security, end blood scarcity : Dr Rajesh Gopal, Managing Director, Gujarat State AIDS Control Society
[This article was published in the October 2010 issue of the eHEALTH Magazine (https://www.ehealthonline.org)]
Well-coordinated chains of mother banks and storage centres, supported by NGOs and altruistic donors, is the way to go
A tele-medicine facility for HIV infected patients is being set up on a pilot basis in the Center of Excellence, Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi.
India is considering a proposal to hike costs of obtaining blood via tranfusion by up to 70% as part of a plan to revise service charges to help pay for more advanced testing and storage of blood.
The Government of India has announced that it would set up state of the art blood banks in 600 districts across the country and a model blood bank in all the states within next two to three years.
National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO), Clinton Foundation and Becton Dickinson (BD) India, through a public-private partnership shows the way for HIV/ AIDS victims.
The state of Tamil Nadu (India) launched an initiative to introduce female condoms, which is backed by Tamil Nadu State AIDS Control Society (TANSACS) and the Hindustan Latex Family Planning Promotion Trust (HLFPPT).
The National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO) has cleared a new programme to provide nutritional supplement to children enrolled under the Anti-Retroviral Programme (ART).