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Apollo launches new level 4 epilepsy care centre in Vanagaram

Apollo Speciality Hospitals, Vanagaram has launched a new advanced quaternary care, level four epilepsy care center to help people living with epilepsy.

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Liver abscesses found in recovered covid patients at Delhi hospital

Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, in Rajendra Nagar, Delhi has recently reported 14 cases of large and multiple liver abscesses among patients who have recovered from Covid-19.

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Nashik Civil Hospital administers monoclonal antibody cocktail to treat covid patients

Nashik Civil hospital has started using a monoclonal antibody cocktail — Regn-Cov — to treat mildly symptomatic, but high-risk, Covid patients as the hospital received 100 vials from the state government.

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Covid-19 infection likely to affect male fertility: Study

Men with moderate Covid infections had a decrease in overall sperm quality including sperm concentration and motility compared to men without infection, which persisted even up to 60 days post-infection, revealed a study conducted by the in-vitro fertilisation center, Crysta IVF.

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India logged 39,496 new Covid cases on Friday

India reported 39,496 new COVID-19 incidences on Tuesday. With as many as 541 fatalities recorded on the day, the overall number of deaths reported in the country due to the pandemic escalated to 4,20,043.

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Lung function improves in three months post Covid-19: Study

A study by doctors at the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital showed that the majority of Covid-19 patients, even those with severe Covid-19-related pneumonia, are likely to show signs of improvement in the lungs, both structurally and functionally within three months.

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A third of the Indian population is without antibodies: ICMR Serosurvey

Findings of the Indian Council of Medical Research’s (ICMR) 4th national Covid serosurvey showed that a third of the population did not have SARS-CoV-2 antibodies, which means about 400 million people are still vulnerable to COVID-19 infection.
 

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