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Editor’s Note

MT INDIA HEALTHCARE AWARDS 2013

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Let me thank each of you who made this event grand & Successful.

Editor Dr. m.a. Kamal

I am Delighted to share with you that Medgate Today , Country’s leading healthcare magazine has successfully completed 1095 Days. What you are holding in your hand s is the result of sweat blood and enough booze to soak. Welcome to Advance Media Group super 3rd Anniversary.

National Head Afzal Kamal

In a country where doctors have always been given the respect reserved next to god. It was a surprise that there was no effort to recognize the contribution of the medical fraternity lead by Doctors, for contributing to growth of India and Health of Indians. Medgate Today as the voice of the industry took it upon itself to honour and award , the True Lifelines of india. The Healthcare Professionals. The main motive of conducting this grand event is to commemorate and appreciate the tremendous efforts made by our doctors, professionals and others who have contributed their best towards serving this industry. I personally have immense regards for all of you present here! Medgate Today Magazine is one of the most informative magazines available for the healthcare industry focused to keep the doctors, hospital staff, young entrepreneurs in the sector and others well informed on the developments. Many a renowned healthcare professionals have expressed their views in Medgate Today, which have been enlightening and appreciated by our readers. I thank our Jury members for their time and patience in choosing this years awardees for Medgate Today Healthcare Awards. I can tell you from the feedback of judges , it is really a herculean task to select few stars in a illustrious universe like this. God and the Doctor we alike adore But only when in danger, not before; The danger o'er, both are alike requited, God is forgotten, and the Doctor slighted

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Volume-III Issue-VI March-April 2013 News Update

EXERCISE can slow onset of Alzheimers MEMORY LOSS Page-6

Pre Event

Bringing IT to Indian healthcare

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Cover Story

3rd Mt Healthcare Awards 2013 Page-22

Cover Story

Top Doctors of India

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Expert Views

Dr. Naresh Sen Page-46


NEWS UPDATE

EXERCISE can slow onset of Alzheimers

memory loss Keeping active can slow down the progression of memory loss in people with Alzheimer’s disease, a study has shown. A team of researchers from The University of Nottingham has identified a stress hormone produced during moderate exercise that may protect the brain from memory changes related to the disease. The work, funded by Research into Ageing (Age UK) and the University and published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, may also explain why people who are susceptible to stress are at more risk of developing the disease. 8

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia affecting almost 500,000 people in the UK, the majority of who are over the age of 65. Symptoms can include memory loss, mood changes and problems with communicating and reasoning. There is no cure for Alzheimer’s and, although there are a few treatments available that can reduce the symptoms in some people, they cannot halt the progression of the disease. Increasingly, there is evidence that physical and mental activity can reduce people’s chances of developing the disease or can slow down it’s progression but up until now it has been unclear how this happens. March – April 2013


NEWS UPDATE

Plunging new depths in hunt for life-saving

antibiotics The hunt for new life-saving antibiotics is taking researchers to some of the deepest and coldest places on Earth.

effective antibiotics might soon run out completely, leaving no means to treat seriously ill patients in the future.

Led by the University of Aberdeen, scientists from across Europe will probe previously untapped oceanic trenches in the Arctic and Antarctic to collect and screen samples of mud and sediment.

Project leader Professor Marcel Jaspars, professor of Chemistry at the University of Aberdeen, said: “If nothing’s done to combat this problem we’re going to be back to a ‘pre-antibiotic-era’ in around 10 or 20 years, where bugs and infections that are currently quite simple to treat could be fatal.

The PharmaSea project will plunge up to 2km below sea level to retrieve samples from some of the most extreme parts of the planet in a bid to uncover new bacteria that can produce novel antibiotics. Antibiotics have saved millions of lives over the years but new drugs need to be constantly created as bacteria build up resistance, making infections difficult if not impossible to treat.

“There hasn’t been a completely new antibiotic registered since 2003. This is partially because of a lack of interest by drugs companies as antibiotics are not particularly profitable. The average person uses an antibiotic for only for a few weeks and the drug itself only has around a five to ten year lifespan – so the firms don’t see much return on their investment.

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NEWS UPDATE

GUT MICROBES COULD DETERMINE THE SEVERITY OF MELAMINE INDUCED

kidney disease Microbes present in the gut can affect the severity of kidney disease brought on by melamine poisoning, according to an international study led by Professor Wei Jia at the University of North Carolina in collaboration with the research group of Professor Jeremy Nicholson at Imperial College London. In 2008, nearly 300,000 Chinese children were hospitalised with kidney disease brought on by supplies of powdered milk deliberately contaminated with melamine to boost the apparent protein content. Although melamine was known to combine with uric acid in the children’s bodies to produce harmful kidney stones, the details of the reaction and the role of specific gut microbes were not well understood. By studying how melamine contributes to the development of kidney stones in rats, the research groups have shown experimentally that gut microbes may be central to understanding melamine-induced kidney failure in humans. The formation of kidney stones occurs when melamine reacts with cyanuric acid in the kidney to form crystals which cannot be dissolved in the bloodstream. According to the paper, published today in Science Translational 12

Medicine, certain species of gut microbes are responsible for converting melamine into the toxic cyanuric acid, thereby accelerating the rate at which kidney stones are formed. Tests on rats showed that the presence of microbes of the Klebsiella family tended to facilitate the process of melamine conversion, potentially making them key players in the formation of kidney stones. This study suggests that toxicity in this case is linked to the make-up of gut microbes in the poisoned organism. “The metabolic activities of gut microbes strongly influence human health in profound ways and have been linked to the development of multiple medicalproblems ranging from autoimmune diseases, obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease,” said Professor Nicholson, head of the Department of Surgery and Cancer at Imperial. “The specific implication of this research is that the expression of the kidney disease in the Chinese contaminated milk scandal is likely to have been mediated by gut bacteria in affected children. The more general implication is that gut microbial status affects the outcome to exposures to environmental and food contaminants.”

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NEWS UPDATE

Melatonin linked to type 2 Diabetes Low

People with low levels of melatonin

are twice as likely to develop type 2 diabetes but it’s not yet clear whether the link is causal, say US researchers. The study looked at melatonin secretion in 370 women from the Nurses’ Health Study cohort who did not have diabetes in 2000 but went on to develop it over the following

decade. Compared with controls, the women had lower ratios of 6-sulfatoxymelatonin to creatinine (28 vs 36 ng/mg), the Bostonbased researchers found. Patients in the lowest category of melatonin secretion had more than double the risk of developing diabetes compared with those in the highest, representing an extra five cases per 1,000 person years.

Dabigatran backed for PBS listing Again

The new anticoagulant dabigatran (Pradaxa) has yet again been recommended for a PBS listing for stroke prevention in atrial fibrillation, its manufacturer claims. Official confirmation is not expected for another three weeks but Boehringer Ingelheim said it “understands that the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee has recommended Pradaxa for a third time however no further comments can be made at

this time”. The company issued the brief statement in response to a story in Pharma Dispatch, claiming that the positive recommendation applies to “more than one” of the new agents dabigatran, rivaroxaban and apixaban. All three are jostling for PBS listings for the high-profile AF indication, in a saga that now spans more than two years. The PBAC first recommended dabigatran for a PBS listing

Renal impairment a risk factor for ACS Renal impairment should be

added to the list of risk factors for acute coronary syndrome (ACS), Queensland researchers argue. In their study of 2,000 patients who presented to emergency rooms with chest pain, those with an abnormal estimated glomerular filtration rate were up to 70% more likely to receive an ACS diagnosis. The

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increased risk remained after controlling for factors like hypertension, diabetes, family history and cardiac troponin levels. “Clinicians should maintain high clinical suspicion for ACS in patients with abnormal renal function ... regardless of whether they have known kidney disease, traditional ACS risk factors, or abnormal diagnostic test results. March – April 2013


NEWS UPDATE

VTE risk trebles with glucocorticoids Glucocorticoids increase the risk of

venous thromboembolism, particularly pulmonary embolism, new research shows. A large Danish study found patients starting systemic glucocorticoids had a threefold increased risk of VTE, equivalent to an extra 11 cases per 1,000 new users each year. The risk of DVT and pulmonary embolism was also significantly increased among patients starting inhaled steroids and those currently using intestinally acting glucocorticoids, albeit a lower risk than for systemic glucocorticoids. Writing

in JAMA Internal Medicine, the researchers said experimental studies had shown glucocorticoids increased levels of clotting factors and fibrinogen, and that their results also indicatedan effect on coagulation. “Also, it is parallel to the epidemiologic effects of oral contraceptive on VTE risk, which are also coagulation-mediated,” they said. They postulated local factors could account for the higher risk of PEs. “This paradox has

previously been observed for pulmonary conditions such as COPD and may result from local phenomena in the lungs rather than represent a complication of DVT,” they wrote. “However, whether a similar explanation exists for glucocorticoids is unclear.”

Cancer prognoses lost in translation Uncomfortable truths about patients’ cancer prognoses are getting lost in translation, with interpreters commonly “softening” or even “blocking” the doctor’s words, Australian research finds. The in-depth analysis of consults with non-English speaking patients found 50% of prognostic information given by oncologists was altered when being translated, even by professional interpreters. Just under one-quarter (23%) of information was never translated at all, while 27% was translated 16

with the message subtly altered— typically making the outlook sound brighter than it really was. “We found many examples of both professional and family interpreters changing the doctor’s message, usually to soften the news and occasionally to hide a poor prognosis completely,” the Sydney researchers said. “More active engagement with both family and professional interpreters is urgently required to negotiate prognostic disclosure and ensure patients’ needs for information are met.” The researchers audiotaped and translated 142 oncology consults involving 78 patients diagnosed with metastatic disease. Twenty-four were native Chinese speakers, 12 Greek and 11 Arabic. The remainder were Australian-born, serving as a control group. Dubious translations commonly re-

moved doctors’ uncertainty and caveats, for example turning “there is a 40% chance that the treatment will prolong your life” into “the treatment will prolong your life”. Another example of softening the blow saw a “very, very unlikely” chance of cure become “the possibility is not very high”. Oncologists, for their part, were fairly consistent in their content and style when delivering a prognosis. However, they did use more jargon and less hope-inspiring language when speaking through interpreters. The flow of information was even worse in the other direction: 59% of patients’ questions about their prognosis were altered or blocked by interpreters.

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EXPERT VIEWS

International Copper Promotion Council (India) promotes the Role of

Antimicrobial Copper As a part of its initiative to promote Copper, Mr. Ashley Lobo, Vice President - Building Construction, International Copper Promotion Council (India) presented at the Medgate Today awards and introduced the role of Copper in India. Speaking at the event, Mr. Lobo highlighted the various properties of copper and how it has become the backbone of all commercial, industrial and household infrastructures today. Copper- a simple metal used for nearly 10,000 years holds a name in almost every household and industry in today’s day and age. Today, copper is an indispensable part of our everyday lives – from the most sophisticated gadgets to the simplest of devices. Cars, airplanes, computers, cell phones, household components and just about anything with an electrical element has copper. Its unique visual characteristics, conduciveness, and malleable properties make it one of the most widely used metals in the world. Copper has the power to produce and mould a diverse range of high quality products, for easy and safe build due to its inherent properties and best applications.

Antimicrobial Copper Copper has been recognised as a hygienic material since the dawn of civilisation and, in the last two centuries, the anecdotal evidence has been supported by scientific research showing that copper has rapid and broad spectrum antimicrobial efficacy against harmful pathogens - bacteria, moulds, algae, fungi and viruses. Replacing frequently touched surfaces with copper or high-copper alloys such as brasses and bronzes, which are naturally antimicrobial, could be an important infection control measure and complement other measures such as hand washing, patient screening and isolation, and improved cleaning. Frequently touched surfaces in hospitals/care homes which could be made from copper or copper alloy include: door handles, push plates, light switches, bed rails, grab rails, intravenous poles, dispensers (alcohol gel, paper towel, and soap), dressing trolleys, counter and table tops. These touch surfaces are all potential reservoirs of infection, and reducing the number of live germs on these surfaces could help in controlling the spread of hospital-acquired infections. To evaluate the effectiveness as an infection control measures, various products have been made from copper and its alloys and deployed in hospital geriatric wards, intensive care units, and general medical wards around the world. The success of clinical 18

trials to date, are prompting hospitals around the world to specify antimicrobial copper touch surfaces as an additional weapon in the fight against infection

Copper Front (Cu+) Copper Front, the first ever company registered for Manufacturing Antimicrobial Copper (Cu+) Products in India, has come a long way! It boasts of one of the most extensive list of Antimicrobial Copper Products produced by any company, not just in India – but, around the world. Its aim - ALL Antimicrobial Products under one roof. The company is beginning to make its presence felt in different regions across the Globe and is gathering quick repute. Copper Front’s (healthcare) products include Instrument Trolleys, OverBed Trolleys, Intra-Venous Poles, Wash Bowl Stands, Writing Pads, Door Handles (“C” Handles, “D” Handles, “H” Handles), Cabinet Handles, Pull Handles, Catheter Trays, Instruments Trays, Kidney Trays, Bowls, Lotion Bowls, etc. all antimicrobial certified. Available in two different finishes – the light Copperish look and the Steel/Silvery look depending upon each respective requirement. The company is in a process to launch its new product – Liquid Soap and Hand Sanitizer Diffusers.

About ICPCI:

The International Copper Promotion Council (India) is a member of Copper Alliance and the Indian arm of the International Copper Association, the leading not-for-profit organization for the promotion of copper worldwide. ICPCI is driven by the same objective as that of its parent organization, which is to ‘defend and grow markets for copper based on its superior technical performance and its contribution to a higher quality of life worldwide’. ICPCI contributes mainly through its catalytic role, accelerating changes and transforming the long-term markets for Copper in a sustainable way through its major initiatives such as electrical safety and energy efficiency. ICPCI’s activities focus on helping end users to better understand and appreciate the positive attributes of copper.

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NEWS UPDATE

It’s now easy to keep pace with the next-generation

MRI Compatible Pacemakers Meeting the Need for Safe Pacing and MRI: • Over 20 million Indians suffer from cardiac arrhythmias and sudden cardiac deaths account for more than 40-45% of cardiovascular deaths in India • Cardiac arrhythmias are under diagnosed (more than 50%) due to the lack of awareness or quality of diagnostic tools • In India, 25,000 – 30,000 people resort to pacemakers & devices annually • It is estimated that up to 75% of pacemaker patients will have a medical need for an MRI over the lifetime of their device. • Elderly patients are the primary users of MRI. Individuals over age 65 are twice as likely to need an MRI compared to younger patients

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About one million people worldwide get pacemaker implanted every year and many among them need an MRI scan during life time, the most common being brain, spine, joints and abdomen. These could be a serious risk for patients if not diagnosed and treated in time. Till very recently, patients who had inbuilt pace makers were not allowed to undergo any MRI scanning as exposure to magnetic radiation would cause complications to the pacemaker thus permanently damaging it. Switching off the pacemaker could prove fatal for the patient even if it is for few minutes. These challenges have only made it necessary for pacemakers to be attuned with MRI as patients cannot deal without the pacemakers nor can they be denied an MRI due to several pressing conditions.

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PRE EVENT

Bringing IT to Indian Healthcare The state of Healthcare IT in India is a paradox. While India has state-of-the-art hospitals of excellence, these are few and far between. Such hospitals are simply restricted to the urban elite and the well to do. India is in a position to offer state of the art healthcare, to those who come to us from other countries but is unable to do so for the millions of Indians living in suburban and rural India. Despite the apparent benefits, it is a matter of grave concern that the use of informatics in the healthcare industry is relatively less than in banking, commerce, travel, automobile or any other industry. The picture, however, is not totally bleak. It is reassuring to see that the central government and several state governments have accepted, integrating healthcare with Informatics as a means to provide healthcare. To understand the best viable progressive model for delivering medical care and expertise, The Healthcare IT India Summit will bring in the industry experts and regulators to discuss and present the scope for the Healthcare Informatics. The summit hosted by Fleming Gulf conferences will be held at Taj Krishna, Hyderabad on the 22nd and 23rd April 2013. The delegates will also share their personal views which are backed with their immense credibility and exposure to the technological advancements, making them the “Most Valued People” in their own area of Interest. Dr. Thanga Prabhu, General Electric (GE Healthcare IT), Indian Association for Medical Informatics, American Medical Informatics Association, Swansea University, UK, Clinical Director, EC Member, Member, International Ambassador, Shri. Adi Codaty, United Healthcare International, Vice President, Global Sites, Shri. Syam Adusumilli, UnitedHealth Group, VP - Consulting, Products and Solutions, Shri. Sampath Kumar, Sankara Nethralaya, Chief Information Officer, Shri. Devender Manral, Fortis Healthcare Limited, Global Head – Information 22

Technology Data Center & Infrastructure Management Services are some of the eminent speakers for the Healthcare IT summit. Senior Healthcare IT Representatives from GMV and DELL will also be sharing their take on Healthcare IT in India. The two day summit will witness talk given on intriguing subjects like, Issues and Solutions - Implementing Electronic Medical Records, Mobile clinical computing, New Age Biometrics: A big data and Mobile view, Collaborative portals for improved patient experience and quality of care and so on. The Evolution of Pharmacy Management in India, Health information exchange – collaborative portals for improved patient experience and quality of care and Real world evidence data are amongst the attention-grabbing subjects for the panel discussion. IT in healthcare is all set to bridge the gap between the haves and the have nots. The establishment of the Telemedicine Society of India, the Medical Informatics Society of India, the publishing of several journals dedicated to e-Health promise well for the future. India has a long way to go, but then so do scores of other countries. The Government of India has launched the Health Management Information System (HMIS) portal to convert local health data into real time useful information, management indicators and trends which could be displayed graphically in reports. With the commendable increase in mobile usage and the imminent deployment of 3G, it is vital that broad band wireless technology be exploited and used to develop mHealth. While mBanking, mCommerce, mEntertainment is becoming a reality India needs to develop mHealth. IT improves patient care, by enabling processes and systems to be introduced and repeatedly monitored. The present digital divide in healthcare, existing between the haves and the have nots, will gradually shrink. March-April 2013


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3rd MT India Health Care Awards 2013 3rd MT India Healthcare awards were organized in Delhi (India) on 22nd March2013. An Initiative by India’s leading magazine on Healthcare Sector, Medgate Today. The awards ceremony was honored by the presence of dignitaries like Mr. Rashid Alvi, Chief Spokesperson. Indian National Congress Party and Syed Faisal Ali,Group Editor, Sahara Network These awards are an effort by Medgate today to recognize, the people behind India’s growing Healthcare Sector and its increasing clout in the global market. Today the healthcare scenario has changed from a dominance of Govt hospitals, to a wide network of private Hospitals, brining world Class health Care Services and Infrastructure to India for Indians and world at globally competitive price points.

Sharing his Vision behind the awards, Mr. Afzal Kamal , National head Medgate today said that this was the need of the hour to recognize, appreciate , honor and celebrate the community that is bringing global laurels to India, Second only to Software industry. While all other sectors are reeling under the stress of recession, healthcare sector is poised to attain new heights, thanks to passion, hardwork and commitment of healthcare Professionals. Medgate Today , as Industry’s leading magazine with more than 35,000 circulation in India and world and more than 3.25lakh readers across, took it upon itself to do the honors. The 3rd MT India Healthcare award is an effort in this direction.


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INDIA’S TOP HEALTHCARE ARCHITECT-2013 DR. R.CHANDRASHEKHAR CHIEF ARCHITECT MINISTRY OF HEALTH GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

• Participated in “ Building Design & Engineering Approach to Airborne Infection Control” Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts.

• B.Arch. from Sir J.J.College of Architecture, Mumbai . • WHO Fellowship from Medical Architecture Research Unit (MARU) South Bank University, London, UK • PG Diploma in Health Facilities Pla ning from School of Planning Arch tecture, Delhi. • Doctoral Degree from BITS, Pilani in the field of Medical Architecture, • He is the first Ph.D holder in this field in India.

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• Advisor with Delhi Urban Arts Co mission • Fellow of The Indian Institute of Architects • Fellow The Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management UK • Life Member of Academy of Hospital Administration • “Genius Millennium Award 2002” • “ Best Citizen of India award 2006”

• Vice President RFHHA (Research Foundation of Health and Hospital Administrator • Co-Authored Book titled “ Modern Trends in Planning & Designing Ho pitals – Principles & Practice • Member Secretary of Expert group to Start the PG courses in Health Facility Planning & Design & Healthcare Engineering and Management approved by Ministry of Health & F W Govt. of India.

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3rd MT India Health Care Awards 2013 India’s No.1 Healthcare Exhibition

High calibre visitors including a lot of decision-makers Venue for making excellent and long lasting business contacts

MESSE DÜSSELDORF INDIA PVT. LTD. MEDICAL FAIR INDIA is a trend setter and a platform for innovations in the medical trade and its partners.

First class exhibitor portfolio High quality stands. International presence and size: 8000+ visitors from India and abroad Exhibitors: more than 410 from 16 countries, Size: 16000 sqm in 3 halls,

INDIA’S TOP HOSPITAL 2013 FORTIS HOSPITAL

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Women Entrepreneur in Healthcare DR.RUCHI DASS

CEO & Founder,Health Cursor Consultancy, Hyderabad Dr. Ruchi Dass was recently felicitated by President of India Mr. Pranab Mukherjee for her report on “Innovations in Healthcare” (ASSOCHAM awards) is an award winning mHealth expert from India. She is the founder and CEO of the Asia’s only niche mHealth consulting company called “HealthCursor”.

involved in several projects that seek to use mobile phones and wireless technologies to accelerate the achievement of the United Nation’s health related Millennium Development Goals across the world. working towards facilitating innovation and leadership around technology driven healthcare for the underprivileged across the World. Through their esteemed clients and partners, HealthCursor efforts have also made to the PMNCH Forum of Healthworkers @ WHO, HIMSS

Dr. Dass embraced technology for the deployment of Public Health in developing countries and has been

Innovation Community, GSMA’s Best mHealth Awards jury in Barcelona, IPIHD Top innovators list with World

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Economic Forum and UN’s Millennium development goals expert committee volunteers as well. She presented at TED and is the jury to the most coveted “GSMA’s Best mHealth Innovation Awards” in Barcelona, Spain for the past 3 years. As an Advisor to Department of IT, Government of India for the “Commonwealth Connects Program” she along with her company aims at bridging the economic and digital divide in Healthcare internationally to help adopt low cost healthcare solutions and systems across 53 Commonwealth countries

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3rd MT India Health Care Awards 2013 Young Doctor of the year DR.SARANSH JAIN Urologist- Lucknow

India’s No. 1 Health Channel Care World TV

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Top Doctors Of India Dr. M. Wali

Dr. Naresh Trehan

Dr. Sharad Lakhotia

Dr. Rajiva Kumar

Dr. Pradeep Bhardwaj

Dr. Rohit Garg

Dr. A. Marthanda Pillai

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Physician to President of India Padamshree Dr. M. Wali MD FACC (USA) Physician to The President of India Former Physician CGHS, RML Hospital Physician to The Former Prime Minister of India Dr. M. Wali, a consultant physician who served tillrecently at the department of medicine, Dr. Ram ManoharLohia Hospital, New Delhi, a specialist in medicines and Professor at Post Graduate Institute of Medical Research and Education, attached to that most prestigious hospital, has been elevated and posted as the Consultant Physician to the Pres-

ident Pranab Mukherjee at RashtrapatiBhawan. Earlier, Dr. Wali had served two Presidents, R. Venkataraman and Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma, as their full time physician. He was also physician to a former Prime Minister. He has also been appointed to serve family of deceased President ZakirHussain and a number of VVIPs/VIPs and celebrities. According to official sources in the Union Ministry of Health & Family Planning, Dr. Wali is the only clinician in India formally trained in Geriatrics. Honoured with Padma Shri by President A.P.J.Abdul Kalam, Dr. Wali is highly accomplished and most sought after medical healer of national repute. He is

also an astute teacher, keen researcher and large hearted health provider, popularly known for establishing spontaneous personal chord and empathy with his patients. Immensely popular, he is an incredible doctor, a health care provider extraordinaire, and at that a very polite and caring doctor with excellent communication skills, friendly and helpful. He is a versatile healer with a remarkable sense of consideration, compassion and benevolence for his patients. He is considered unrivalled in patient satisfaction. That is how he has proved at his end that medical profession is, indeed, noble and rewarding.


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Dr. Naresh Trehan

Renowned Cardiovascular and Cardiothoracic surgeon DR.NARESH TREHAN

Dr. Naresh Trehan, an Indian national, is a renowned Cardiovascular and Cardiothoracic surgeon, a graduate from King George Medical College and subsequently trained and practiced at New York University Medical Center Manhattan USA from 1971 to 1988, where he obtained a Diplomat from the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Cardiothoracic Surgery. Dr Naresh Trehan is the Chairman & Managing Director and Chief Cardiac Surgeon, MedantaTM-The MediCity, a 1500 bedded multi super speciality institute, which offers cutting edge technology and state of art treatment facilities at an affordable cost. The Institute 34

is governed under the guiding principles of providing medical services to patients with care, compassion and commitment. Dr. Naresh Trehan founded the Escorts Heart Institute and Research Centre where he was the Executive Director. Escorts was conceptualised, created and managed by Dr. Trehan from November 1987 to May 2007.

the International Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery (ISMICS), Minneapolis, USA 2004-05 and has also received Honorary Doctorate Degrees from three prestigious universities.

Dr. Naresh Trehan has received many prestigious awards, including the Padma Shree and the Padma Bhushan Award, presented by the Government of India. Dr Naresh Trehan was the President of March – April 2013


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DR.Sharad Lakhotia Opthalmic Surgeon

Dr. Sharad Lakhotia is President of Eye Care Awareness Foundation (Regd). & Ophthalmologists Club.Dr. Sharad Lakhotia is Past President of Delhi Ophthalmological Society, comprising 7000 Eye Surgeons of the country including all Eye Surgeons of Delhi. Delhi Ophthalmological Society is one of the largest academy bodies of ophthalmologists in Asia and many of its members are teaching faculty in International Conferences. He was also chairman International Relation in SAARC academy of ophthalmology which was attended by ophthalmologist from various countries. Dr.Sharad Lakhotia is international member of American Academy of Ophthalmology. Dr. Sharad Lakhotia established Lakhotia Eye Centre & laser Institute in 1986 after returning from abroad

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after specialized training. Dr. Lakhotia topped university in both graduation and post graduation examination and received scholarship throughout. He has been Chairman, Co-Chairman, Moderator of various National and International Conferences. He had been vice president of Delhi Medical Association comprising of 14,000 thousands doctors of Delhi. He has been Editor of Ophthalmology Today, a journal of Eye Surgeons & is currently authoring a text book in ophthalmology. He has contributed in both print & electronic media for Eye Care Awareness. A programme on Zee T.V ‘Ham Honge Kamyab’ in Ophthalmology was featured on him Dr. Lakhotia specializes in Cataract by Phacoemulsification & foldable square edge lens implantation through

minimal incision without stitches. He also specializes in C-Lasik for correction of spectacle power besides contact lens & medical retina. Dr. Lakhotia started doing cataract surgery since 1980 and has operated several thousand Cataract operations since then. He has been pioneer of Intra Ocular Implant Surgery and started doing it in 1985 when it just begun in our country. He has been awarded Human Care Award by Chief Minister. He has been nominated for selection committee of Gyan Vigyan Puraskar initiated by Ministry of Home Affairs. He is a self made man with a motto ‘Nobody should lose sight because of ignorance’ & every person has a right to sight with best Eye Care facility within their means.

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Dr.Pradeep Bhardwaj

Hospital Administration & Management Dr. Pradeep Bhardwaj alumnus of IIM – Ahmedabad, University of Delhi , Amity & Symbiosis, is a young healthcare entrepreneur, who plays on people strengths. He is known for his undying enthusiasm and positive attitude. According to ‘Express Healthcare Management’ Dr. Bhardwaj is a dynamic, confident and courageous star performer of Indian Healthcare Industry, who is providing overall management leadership & innovation in Healthcare Industry. Dr. Bhardwaj is renowned hospital and healthcare management expert, recipient of many prestigious awards like - Limca Records holder for being the Youngest Medical Superintendent (Recorded in Limca Book) at the age of 26 years, Rajiv Gandhi Award -2010, Indian Achiever Award by UAE Govt., and Rashtriya Ratan Award-2009 (first recip36

ient in healthcare management). He was a nominee for young achiever Medical Excellence Award of Infomedia 18 and listed Top 10 Doctors of India, Listed in 20 most Influential people in healthcare. Born on Oct, 1978 (Scorpion) in Military Hospital at Ahmedabad (Gujrat, India) in the family of a valiant soldier (Army Captain) father (who originally belongs to Rohtak district of Haryana). Dr. Bhardwaj is one of the few young leaders who have made a mark for themselves, without having a godfather in the industry. Its his positive thinking which has always given him hope to achieve greater heights. He started his career from DDU Hospital, Delhi (Trainees), Apollo Hospitals Group, Fortis Healthcare Group, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital and Indian Spinal Injuries Centre, New

Delhi. He is an expertise Healthcare Management, Medico Legal Consultant, Author’s and Visiting Professor & Faculty in leading Healthcare Management Colleges / Universities like Harvard, IIM – Lucknow, ISB – Hyderabad, Amity University, Symbiosis International University, AIIMS, National Board of Examinations (Gyandarshan) etc. He is also Board of Advisory in many healthcare organizations / management institutes / universities. He participated in over 45 symposia as Jury, Faculty, Chairperson, Chief Guest and panelist at National & International Level.

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3rd MT India Health Care Awards 2013 Dr.Rohit Garg Psychiatrist

Dr. Rohit Garg is a psychiatrist currently worked in the department of psychiatry at All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi. After finishing with his preliminary education in Chandigarh, he joined B. J. Medical College Pune, for his graduation (M.B.B.S.). He received his master’s degree (M.D.) in psychiatry from King George’s Medical University Lucknow, which is one of the prestigious universities of India. Apart from interest in general psychiatry he has special interest in child psychiatry, geriatric (old age) psychiatry and de-addiction. He has written various chapters related

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to mental illnesses in different books. He has great interest for research in psychiatry and has shared his findings and experiences with others at national and international level. He has been trained internationally, in applying tools in research, for diagnosing psychiatric illnesses like depression. He is also a member of Mental Health Foundation, an NGO which works to increase the awareness about mental illnesses among people and treat those suffering from mental disorders.

health in both biological and spiritual way. Currently he is working on techniques which could help in preventing and managing stress among children and individuals. He has also been trained for Cognitive Behavior Therapy which is useful therapy in handling negative emotional states especially during stress, depression and anxiety.

He holds good command over his field and believes in approaching mental

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Dr.Rajiva Kumar Pediatrician

Dr.Rajiv Kumar is consultant pediatrician .Practicing for last 20 years.

Dedicated to his duty and responsibilities .Case taking 300 per day in OPD

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Dr. Deepak Arora-Sexologist

Dr. Awadesh Kumar Singh

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Dr. N. Ashraf-Chest Medecine

Dr. Mukesh Bavishi

Adult joint replacement & spinal surgery

Gynec surgery & gynec Oncology

Dr. Naveen Nishchal-Medical Specialist

Dr. Rajendera S.Sankpal

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Dr. Ashutosh Sayana

General Laproscopic Surgeon

Dr. Baburajendera B.Naik Diabetology

Dr. Arun Suresh Chaudhary Opthalmology

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Dr. Pranab Jyoti Bhattacharya Cardiology

Dr. Premanidhi Panda Diabetology

Dr. Virenderjit Singh Virdi Newborn & Child Specialist

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Dr. Sunil Kumar Gupta Medical Oncology

Dr. Naresh Sen Cardiology

Dr. Bimal Kumar Surgery

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Dr. Y.K.Khanna Surgery

Dr. K.C. Kabra

Laproscopic & Urology Surgeon

Dr. Sachin Gothi

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Dr. Pradipkumar Uddhav Tupere Proctology

Dr. Pratibha Sachan

Gynecologist & Infertility Specialist

Dr. M.C.Pant

Radiation Oncology March-April 2013

Dr. Aanchal Gupta Opthalmologist

Dr. Krishna Shama Rao Carniofacial Surgeon

Dr. V.B. Maikwadi General Surgeon

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Dr. L.M.Darlong

General Thoracic & Thoracic Oncology

Dr. Ajay Kumar Sachdev Gastro-Intestinal Surgeon

Dr. Ramesh Rajaram Bhoti Cardiologist

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Dr. T.K.Karmakar

Infertility, Laparohysteroscopy, Women’s Care

Dr. Harinder Singh Bedi

CardioVascular & Thoracic Surgeon

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Social Media & Facebook Marketing for Healthcare Paniel Jayanth, Founder & Chief Strategist, AMEN As part of it’s continuous Healthcare Events and Training Initiative, AMEN would be organizing a workshop on Social Media and Facebook Marketing for Healthcare at Bangalore on the 4th of May 2013. The Workshop is being conducted in association with EchoVME, a Chennai based Digital Marketing Company, with Mr. Sorav Jain as the Chief trainer. The workshop would focus mainly on Facebook Marketing covering topics such as : Introduction to Facebook Marketing – Redefining Your Marketing Skills Establishing Your Facebook Presence Why Facebook Marketing for Healthcare • Facebook Advertising – How to Generate Leads Using • Facebook Advertisements

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• Importance of Content and Varieties of Content • Feedback Management • Facebook Products & Apps • Facebook Insights The participants would also take home knowledge on Creating a Facebook Page and a facebook Ad. However, in addition to Facebook Marketing, a few general topics on Social Media such as Ethics in Social Media Marketing for Healthcare, Listening and Engaging on Twitter, LinkedIn and your Professional Brand, Google+ Marketing for Business etc. would be covered. “This workshop is of immense importance to Healthcare Professionals today and we would also be looking at conducting such workshops across other parts of the country”, shared Mr. Paniel Jayanth, Founder & Chief Strategist of AMEN. AMEN has conducted more than 50 Healthcare management Conferences and Workshops in the past 7 years.

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Dr. Naresh Sen MBBS, MD(Int. Med), D.Cardio, FICE Consultant Cardiologist City Max Hospital, Tohana(HR) Ex- Jun Consultant Cardiologist/ Registrar NarayanaHrudayalaya, Bangalore(KA), Jaipur(Raj) Ex- Consultant Cardiologist MK Superspeciality Hospital, Bhiwani(HR) Ex- Consultant Cardiologist YSR Memorial Hospital, Anantpur(AP) Ex- Registrar Metro Herat Institute, Noida (UP)

“Ways to control the epidemic of heart diseases�

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It is a matter of great concern infront of the whole world that the rate of deaths occuring annually due to heart diseases is increasing in india among the world day- by- day. Heart attack is the principal cause of death…the reason we do understandbut as compared to other countries in india the ratio of heart diseases , diabetes and its related diseases and death ratio is increasing rapidly…it is very clear to us. Despite of having a high class, higher standard of health sciences and education ,top medical colleges, research centres ,the death ratio has increased by 3 fold since 1960 to 2010.Among people between the age group of 35yrs to 64yrs, about 4% suffered fromangina,heart attack, heart failure.This value has increased to 13.5% in 2010. Every year 15 to 16 lac people are going in the garth of death,among which 90% die of heart attack.Amongst the 90% population, only 1 to 3% people are able to get proper and correct treatment.Do you understand the reason behind this horrible situation? What is the reason? Is it the government…no!! Are our doctors…no!! or whether our country’s health facilities, medicines…no. Then what is the reason for it… is it our lack of awareness..Yes… Yes… it is lack of awareness. We all are suffering from this horrible situation due to lack of awareness towards medical field/health platform and lack of complete and proper education. These are not our words, the present statistics scores tells that the % of death

occurring due to heart diseases in various states of India rank as follows:Punjab 49% , Goa 42% , Tamil nadu 36% , Kearla 38% , Andhra Pradesh 31% , Haryana 30% , Delhi 29%. Among various regions, various reasons came infrontof us such as : • Disturbed lifestyle/unplanned daily schedule.• Wrong eating habits. • Smoking • laziness, Lack of physical activity • Stress, Fear, Anger • leading to Hypertension, Diabetes(high blood sugar), Obesity, Stressful Personality, High C1holesterol level etc. As a result of all these above risk factors, there starts accumulation of fat in the arteries of heart.Due to development of coronary plaque and atherosclerosis, the heart muscles are unable to get proper and sufficient amount of blood and hence oxygen and so, the people complains of shortness of breath on. As a result of all these above risk factors, there starts accumulation of fat in the arteries of heart.Due to development of coronary plaque and atherosclerosis, the heart muscles are unable to get proper and sufficient amount of blood and hence oxygen and so, the people complains of shortness of breath on walking, chest pain. And when the arteries are completely blocked or the plaque ruptures resulting in a more drastic situation…Heart Attack! Proper knowledge of risk factors for heart diseases and ways to prevent them , knowledge of medicines, consultation from a heart specialist with a healthy daily schedule and eating habits, good

oral hygiene .Avoid use of red meat but can use fish as it contains omega 3 fatty acids which protect the heart and increase the level of good cholesterol : HDL, avoid excessive alcohol consumption. everyday half an hour brisk walk/exercise, best exercise for the heart: isotonic exercise, brisk walking, swimming, cycling and interval training- this include mixing cardio and strength training exercises with yoga, meditaion,mantra chanting and short prayer. Health screening is a must atleast once every five years.maintain a healthy weight, eat lots of vegetables and fruits. Limit carbohydrates, sugar and salt(6gm a day), laughter and a cup of black or green tea or lemon water every day keep your heart healthy.Be religious, truthful , honest and keep a healthy environment at your home and in society, havehealthy and limited sexual life with your spouse “only”. Fearless,stressfree ,angerfree, affectionless/ desirefree personality aided with good controlled bloodpressure, controlled blood sugar,control at obesity. By having a control on all the above factors supported with every person’s social contribution to needy, we can reduce the heart diseases ,damage occurring due to them and the death due to heart diseases and thus we can give support in building a peaceful, happy, prosperous, healthy earth and we’ll definitely be successful. Your heart is mine and it is vibrating seeing this frightful condition. so join yours hands with me in fighting against this.

As per my wife-Dr. Sonal (Oro-Dental Surgeon)

Global Study Suggests Dental Health Could Someday Be A Useful Risk Marker For Heart Disease- Poor dental health, especially tooth loss, is associated with several established cardiovascular risk factors, including diabetes, smoking, blood pressure, obesity and other novel risk factors, according to research being presented at the American College of Cardiology’s 62nd Annual Scientific Session. Although several studies have proposed a link between periodontal disease and coronary heart disease, knowledge about periodontal disease in patients with established heart disease is lacking. March-April 2013

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Ref Number: 7740057 Tender Number: Buyer/Seller: Indian Institute Of Science Education And Research Requirement: Supply, installation of lab furniture, fume hoods, services & integration of lab exhaust system with HVAC in main lab & PEB-II lab at IISER Location: Pune - Maharashtra - India Document Fees: Rs.1,500 EMD: Rs.3,500,000 Estimated Cost: Rs.250,000,000 Closing Date: 3/04/2013 at 15:00 Hrs. Contact Details: Indian Institute Of Science Education And Research 900 NCL, Innovation Park, Dr Homi Bhaba Road, Pune Maharashtra, India 411 008

Ref Number:7749418 Tender Number: Tender Prod. No: IISER/ PUNE/54/2012-2013 Buyer/Seller: Indian Institute Of Science Education And Research Requirement: Supply, Installation of Lab Furniture, Fume Hoods, Services And Integration Of Lab Exhaust System With Hvac In Main Lab And Peb- Iii Lab At Iiser Location: Pune - Maharashtra - India Document Fees: INR1,500 EMD: INR3,500,000 Estimated Cost: INR250,000,000 Closing Date: 3/04/2013 at 15:00 Hrs. Contact Details: V. S. Rao 020-25898022,25898023 900, Innovation Park Ncl Campus Dr. Homi Bhabha Road, Pune Maharashtra, India 411 008 Document Sale To: 26-3-2013 at 16:30 Hrs Ref Number:7745990 Tender Number: Tender Prod. No: 2013_ 50

NDMC_33034_1 Buyer/Seller: New Delhi Municipal Council Requirement: Installation of Pre-Fabricated/Modular Operation Theatres. (1) Renovation of Recovery Room, Labour Room, Complex And NICU As Clean Rooms In PMH.(Part A)

Closing Date: 5/04/2013 at 13:00 Hrs. Contact Details: Director-Principal, maids maulana azad institute of dental sciences (an autonomous organisation of govt.of nct of delhi) mamc complex, new delhi- 110002. Document Sale To: 5-4-2013 at 13:00 Hrs

Location: New Delhi - Delhi - India EMD: INR388,500 Estimated Cost: INR19,425,000 Closing Date: 3/04/2013 at 14:30 Hrs. Contact Details: New Delhi Municipal Council New Delhi, Delhi India Document Sale To: 3-4-2013 at 14:00 Hrs

Ref Number:7701431 Tender Number: Buyer/Seller: Hospital Services Consultancy Corporation [ India] Limited Requirement: Supply & installation of Hospital furniture for Setting up 150 bed General hospital at Dickoya, near Hatton in Central Sri Lanka.

Ref Number:7792672 Tender Number: Tender Prod. No: 2013_ILBS_33145_1 Buyer/Seller: Institute Of Liver And Biliary Sciences Requirement: Procuring of Tabulated medical & general goods & services – Grossing station, autopsy table, annual rate contract 2013-14 liveries, General services - FMS (IT)

Location: Noida - Uttar Pradesh - India Document Fees: Rs.2,500 Estimated Cost: Rs.4,100,000 Closing Date: 6/04/2013 at 14:00 Hrs. Contact Details: Hospital Services Consultancy Corporation [ India] Limited E-6(A), Sector-1, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India 201301 Tel # 0120-2542436-40 Fax # 0120-2542447

Location: New Delhi - Delhi - India EMD: Rs.110,000 Estimated Cost: Rs.5,500,000 Closing Date: 16/04/2013 at 00:00 Hrs. Contact Details: Institute Of Liver And Biliary Sciences, D-1 Vasant kunj, New Delhi, Delhi India

Ref Number:7688006 Tender Number: Buyer/Seller: National Institute Of Pharmaceutical Education And Research Requirement: Supply Installation, Test and Commissioning of Modular Chemistry Laboratory Furniture, Lab No. B-205, B-206, B-212, B-213 and B-304. Supply, Installation, Testing & Commissioning of Chemicals Fuming hoods and Water Sink

Ref Number:7726838 Tender Number: Tender Prod. No: 2013_ MAIDS_32455_1 Buyer/Seller: Maulana Azad Institute Of Dental Sciences Requirement: Fabrication of Mobile Dental Clinics Location: New Delhi - Delhi - India EMD: INR200,000 Estimated Cost: INR5,000,000

Location: Sas Nagar - Punjab - India Document Fees: Rs.500 EMD: Rs.50,000 Estimated Cost: Rs.2,450,000 Closing Date: 5/04/2013 at 14:30 Hrs. Contact Details: National Institute Of Pharmaceutical Education And Nov – Dec 2012


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Research Sector 67, SAS Nagar, Punjab India 160 062 , Tel # 0172-2214682-2214687 Fax # 0172-2230068 Document Sale To: 4-4-2013 at 13:00 Hrs Ref Number:7643103 Tender Number: Tender Prod. No: 3009126062 Buyer/Seller: East Central Railway Requirement: Providing of Fix Wheel Chair Wheel Chair Non-Folding Overall Length 1000-1100mm Overall Width- 650-720 Mm Overall Height910-950 Mm Sensitive Castor Wheels 178 Mm Dia Easily Re-Placable 24 Inch X 1.5 Solid Tyre At Rear. Height Adjustable Foot Rest And Push/Full Type Positive Lock Location: Vaishali - Bihar - India Document Fees: INR150 EMD: INR6,200 Estimated Cost: INR308,200 Closing Date: 10/04/2013 at 14:00 Hrs. Contact Details: Stores Tenders 916224271520, 916224274468 Controller Of Stores East Central Railway Hajipur, Vaishali, Bihar, India 844101 Document Sale To: 10-4-2013 at 14:00 Hrs Ref Number:7726821 Tender Number: Tender Prod. No: 2013_GGSGH_32912_1 Buyer/Seller: Guru Gobind Singh Government Hospital Requirement: Supply of Equipments & Instruments for Mortuary Services Location: New Delhi - Delhi - India EMD: INR25,000

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Closing Date: 9/04/2013 at 11:00 Hrs. Contact Details: Ms,Ggsgh Ggsgh,Raghubir Nagar New Delhi Delhi, India -27 Document Sale To: 9-4-2013 at 10:00 Hrs Ref Number: 7701431 Tender Number: Buyer/Seller: Hospital Services Consultancy Corporation [ India] Limited Requirement: Supply & installation of Hospital furniture for Setting up 150 bed General hospital at Dickoya, near Hatton in Central Sri Lanka. Location: Noida - Uttar Pradesh - India Document Fees: Rs.2,500 Estimated Cost: Rs.4,100,000 Closing Date: 6/04/2013 at 14:00 Hrs. Contact Details: Hospital Services Consultancy Corporation [ India] Limited E-6(A), Sector-1, Noida, Uttar Pradesh India-201301 Tel # 0120-2542436-40 Fax # 0120-2542447 Ref Number:7727939 Tender Number: Buyer/Seller: Rajasthan Medicare Relief Society Requirement: Supply of ECG machine with Trolley Location: Sriganganagar - Rajasthan India Document Fees: Rs.400 EMD: Rs.3,000 Estimated Cost: Rs.150,000 Closing Date: 5/04/2013 at 17:00 Hrs. Add to Calendar Contact Details: Rajasthan Medicare Relief Society, Sriganganagar, Rajasthan India Document Sale To: 2-4-2013 at 17:00 Hrs

ANAESTHESIA MACHINE TENDERS Ref Number:7807585 Tender Number: Buyer/Seller: Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel Hospital Requirement: Annual Repair & Maintenance of Gas Pipeline, Anesthesia Machine installed in various OT/Wards in Hospital. Location: Meerut - Uttar Pradesh India Document Fees: Rs.500 EMD: Rs.24,000 Estimated Cost: Rs.1,200,000 Closing Date: 29/04/2013 at 12:00 Hrs. Contact Details: Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel Hospital, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh India Ref Number:7682524 Tender Number: Buyer/Seller: Central Coalfields Limited Requirement: Procurement of Slurry pump. Provide service provider as selling agent for disposal of scrap, secondary arising out of surplus stores, spares, miscellaneous articles etc. Supply of Anaesthesia items to gandhi nagar hospital Location: Ranchi - Jharkhand - India Document Fees: Rs.5,000 Estimated Cost: Rs.8,100,000 Closing Date: 15/04/2013 at 00:00 Hrs. Add to Calendar Contact Details: Central Coalfields Limited, Ranchi, Jharkhand India

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