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'Injections' - 59 News Result(s)

  • New Radiation Injections for Better Cancer Treatment in the Offing

    New Radiation Injections for Better Cancer Treatment in the Offing

    Cancer Australia estimated that 17,586 women would be diagnosed with breast cancer in Australia in 2017.

  • Soon, Anti-Diabetes Drugs to Replace Painful Insulin Jabs

    Soon, Anti-Diabetes Drugs to Replace Painful Insulin Jabs

    The new drug doesn't act on the liver to reduce glucose product like most commonly prescribed anti-diabetes drugs like Metformin.

  • Soon, Eye Drops to Replace Painful Injections in Vision-Loss Treatment

    Soon, Eye Drops to Replace Painful Injections in Vision-Loss Treatment

    The drop uses a cell-penetrating peptide (CPP) to deliver the drug to the relevant part of the eye within minutes.

  • Arkansas Carries Out First Double Execution In US Since 2000

    Arkansas Carries Out First Double Execution In US Since 2000

    Arkansas carried out back-to-back executions on Monday night, administering lethal injections to two men convicted of rape and murder to become the first US state to put more than one inmate to death on the same day in 17 years.

  • Placenta Shots And Fake Names - South Korean President's Treatments Raise Eyebrows

    Placenta Shots And Fake Names - South Korean President's Treatments Raise Eyebrows

    At the start of President Park Geun-hye's term, physician Kim Sang-man was a frequent guest at Seoul's Blue House, exempt from thorough security checks, giving injections derived from human placenta to South Korea's most important patient.

  • Injections, Implants Tested As New Weapons To Prevent HIV

    Injections, Implants Tested As New Weapons To Prevent HIV

    Scientists are taking the battle to prevent HIV to the next level with large-scale trials set to start using injections to protect vulnerable groups such as gay men and women in Africa for at least two months.

  • Adolf Hitler Was Drug Addict, Veins Collapsed Due To Injections: Book

    Adolf Hitler Was Drug Addict, Veins Collapsed Due To Injections: Book

    Adolf Hitler was a gibbering "super- junkie" whose veins were all but destroyed by thousands of opiate injections and the Nazi dictator's heavy reliance on drugs was behind his "increasingly erratic" decision-making in later stages of World War II, a new book has claimed.

  • Nanoparticle Injections Hold Hope For Osteoarthritis Patients

    Nanoparticle Injections Hold Hope For Osteoarthritis Patients

    US researchers have designed a peptide-based nanoparticle, which when injected into an injured joint will not only suppress the inflammation immediately but also reduce the destruction of cartilage, thus lowering the risk for osteoarthritis.

  • Dr Reddy's Launches Chronic Kidney Disease Generic Drug In US

    Dr Reddy's Launches Chronic Kidney Disease Generic Drug In US

    Drug firm Dr Reddy's Laboratories on Monday said it has launched in the US generic Paricalcitol injection used for treatment associated with chronic kidney disease.

  • Urjit Patel Likely The Comfort That Markets Need: Investors

    Urjit Patel Likely The Comfort That Markets Need: Investors

    Urjit Patel, the incoming governor of the Reserve Bank of India, will aggressively fight inflation and continue a policy of a stable rupee and cash injections into the financial system, investors said, offering a comforting degree of continuity to his predecessor's policies.

  • How Hepatitis B, C Are Silently Killing India

    How Hepatitis B, C Are Silently Killing India

    Despite the cost of drugs coming down and dramatic advances in the treatment of Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C, getting rid of both types of the disease remains a huge challenge primarily due to lack of awareness and unsafe injection practices, experts have rued. Hepatitis B is 50-100 times more infectious than HIV and Hepatitis C is 10 times more inf...

  • Unsafe Needle Practices Leading Cause Of Hepatitis C: Doctors

    Unsafe Needle Practices Leading Cause Of Hepatitis C: Doctors

    Unsafe injection practices such as reuse, incorrect disposal and poor sterilisation of syringes are increasingly contributing to Hepatitis-C Virus infection in India, doctors have cautioned on the eve of World Hepatitis Day.

  • Lupin Shares Fall On Product Recall In US

    Lupin Shares Fall On Product Recall In US

    The injections, manufactured at Lupin's Mandideep facility in Madhya Pradesh were recalled due to violation of current good manufacturing norms.

  • Uber-Didi Global Duel Intensifies as Each Raises Billions

    Uber-Didi Global Duel Intensifies as Each Raises Billions

    The new capital injections give the two companies extra firepower to duel each other for global dominance.

  • Banks Still Resisting Rate Cuts As Liquidity Row With RBI Drags On

    Banks Still Resisting Rate Cuts As Liquidity Row With RBI Drags On

    The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has stepped up fund injections in the two months since Governor Raghuram Rajan pledged to gradually erase a cash deficit in the financial system, but commercial banks say it is still not enough for them to sharply lower interest rates.

  • Dilip Kumar 'Recovering Well,' Says Saira Banu

    Dilip Kumar 'Recovering Well,' Says Saira Banu

    "Dilip Sahab was admitted to Lilavati Hospital for treatment of high fever and chest infection on April 15 night. He was advised intravenous administration of antibiotics for speedy recovery. Oral drugs would not act as fast as the IV injections, the doctors advised. Hence it became necessary to shift him to the hospital"

  • Aurobindo Gets Final FDA Nod For Pre-Surgery Sedation Drug

    Aurobindo Gets Final FDA Nod For Pre-Surgery Sedation Drug

    Aurobindo Pharma has received final approval from the USFDA to manufacture and market pre-surgery sedation injections Dexmedetomidine Hydrochloride.

  • New Smartphone-Based System To Treat Diabetes

    New Smartphone-Based System To Treat Diabetes

    Diabetics may soon be able to ditch constant finger pricks and insulin injections, thanks to a new smartphone-based system that can automatically control blood-sugar levels.

  • Scientists Hope a Deadly Virus May Help Fight Brain Cancer

    Scientists Hope a Deadly Virus May Help Fight Brain Cancer

    People facing one of medicine's most dreaded diagnoses may someday have an unlikely source of hope: Injections that treat some types of brain cancer with part of a deadly tropical virus.

  • Botox May Prevent Irregular Heartbeat After Bypass Surgery

    Botox May Prevent Irregular Heartbeat After Bypass Surgery

    Botox injections into fat surrounding the heart can reduce the chances of developing an irregular heart rhythm - the most common complication of bypass surgery, say scientists.

  • US Judge Halts Arkansas Executions

    US Judge Halts Arkansas Executions

    A US judge halted the scheduled executions of eight inmates in Arkansas on Friday, preventing what would have been the state's first lethal injections in a decade amid controversy over the drugs used.

  • Aadesh Shrivastava in Hospital, Critically Ill With Cancer

    Aadesh Shrivastava in Hospital, Critically Ill With Cancer

    "Aadesh is in hospital for the last 41 days. His cancer has relapsed. It is growing at a rapid stage. He is right now in critical condition, he is serious. The injections of new technology that were brought from America have not worked much on him," Aadesh's brother-in-law and composer Lalit Pandit disclosed

  • Death Row Inmate to Ask US Top Court to Consider Death Penalty

    Death Row Inmate to Ask US Top Court to Consider Death Penalty

    A death row inmate in Oklahoma who unsuccessfully sought to ban a controversial drug used in lethal injections will ask the Supreme Court to consider if capital punishment is constitutional, his lawyer said Friday.

  • Chris Gayle to Have Back Surgery, Sidelined for Three Months

    Chris Gayle to Have Back Surgery, Sidelined for Three Months

    Chris Gayle has a long-standing problem with a troublesome back. He even missed a World Cup match this year and needed pain-killing injections to play another.

  • Ashes: Australia 'Hopeful' Over Mitchell Starc's Fitness

    Ashes: Australia 'Hopeful' Over Mitchell Starc's Fitness

    Mitchell Starc suffered a right ankle injury during the series opener in Cardiff and needed pain-killing injections to finish the game.

  • 7-Month-Old Infant Dies Reportedly After Receiving Anti-Polio Injection in Bihar

    7-Month-Old Infant Dies Reportedly After Receiving Anti-Polio Injection in Bihar

    A seven-month-old girl died reportedly while six other children are undergoing treatment at a government hospital after being administered anti-polio injections at Shahpur village in Bihar's Vaishali district.

  • US Supreme Court Takes On Lethal Injections

    US Supreme Court Takes On Lethal Injections

    The US Supreme Court was set to hear arguments about lethal injections Wednesday, after states began using alternative drugs -- believed by some to cause pain and suffering -- to carry out the executions.

  • Took 400 injections, Had a Lung Removed: A TB Survivor's Account

    Took 400 injections, Had a Lung Removed: A TB Survivor's Account

    Today, people tell me I am a survivor. Well it wasn't without challenges and doubts. I took treatment for MDR TB for six years in which I had to take about 400 injections and I had to undergo two major surgeries to get my affected lung removed.

  • Antibiotics Made by Emcure Pharmaceuticals Recalled in US

    Antibiotics Made by Emcure Pharmaceuticals Recalled in US

    Two different types of antibiotic injections manufactured by India's Emcure Pharmaceuticals sold in the US by Heritage Pharmaceuticals Inc are being recalled following concerns over quality control processes.

  • As War Rages, Syrian women Look To Keep Up Appearances

    As War Rages, Syrian women Look To Keep Up Appearances

    The echoes of government air strikes and incoming rebel mortar fire rattle buildings in the distance, but inside a beauty exhibition in Damascus the shoppers try not to notice.

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