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Displaying 1 through 10 of 72 Cyber Lectures in Specialty: Hospital Administration

Acrylic Museum Jars - Dr. V. Balasubramanyam
Preparing Acrylic Museum Jars A limited range (in size, thickness and quality) of glass containers are available for mounting of museum specimens. It has always been a problem finding jars for smaller specimens like embryos and small bon...

Application of "Value Engineering" to Rationalize the Cost of Cataract Surgery in Eye Clinic at Tata Main Hospital - S.P. Jakhanwal, G.B. Singh
Key Words: Value Engineering, Cost of Cataract Surgery. Key Messages: The concept of Value Engineering (VE) can be successfully utilized to rationalize the cost of cataract surgery. Functional Analysis System Technique (Fas...

Basic Medical Science Education Must Include Medical Informatics - Suptendra Nath Sarbadhikari
Originally published in: Indian J Physiol Pharmacol 2004; 48 (4): 395 – 408; Republished with Author’s permission Abstract: Medical Informatics is the science and art of processing medical information. In this age of “I...

Bharat Ratna Dr BC Roy
July is month of great pride and honour to all Allopathic Doctors, especially IMA Members. July 1 is celebrated as Doctor’s Day in memory of Birth and Death Anniversary of the Doyen of Medical Profession Dr Bidan Chandra Roy. His l...

Casulty and Emergency Services - V.L. Satesh, G. Gururaj
Assessment of Facilities at Casulty and Emergency Services in Hospitals at Bangalore Introduction Bangalore is one of the fastest growing cities in India. It is located in Karnataka state and has a population of 4.5 million (1991 census)...

Clinical engineers should be a part of medical equipment dept - Dr Narendranath V
A study conducted in district hospital near New Delhi in early 90s about availability and utilization of equipment showed the following results. There was short fall of 25.9 per cent requirement for equipment compared to standard require...

Consumer Protection Act and the Medical Profession - N.Satyanarayana, G. Vijaya Kumar
Introduction Charaks’s oath (1000 B.C) and Hippocratic oath (460 B.C.) illustrates the duties and responsibilities of the persons who adopt the Noble profession of Medicine. "However, the events, which have been taking place i...

Doctors should use their own emblem: The staff with two snakes - Dr K K Aggarwal
The recent controversy whether or not doctors can use the Red Cross sign has brought about the need to understand the deeper meaning behind the doctor’s emblem. Doctors are required to use this original emblem: The staff with two s...

Donor Motivation and Retention - Dr. Deepika Chatterjee
Types of blood donors: There are basically 3 types of blood donors: Family or family replacement donors. Paid commercial or professional donors Voluntary, non remunerated donors. Family or family replacement donor is a donor who giv...

Electrical Safety in Intensive Care Units (ICU's) - Prof. Prashant B. Patel
Introduction: 1) Electricity presents a serious hazard in hospitals. 2) It is not possible to determine the incidence of fatal and non-fatal hospital electrical accidents. 3) Estimates vary from 1200-1500 per year. 4) Accidents generally...

Displaying 1 through 10 of 72 Cyber Lectures in Specialty: Hospital Administration