In Madhya Pradesh's Shadol district, a shocking incident, which led to the death of a 3-month-old was reported. A 3-month-old baby, suffering from pneumonia died after a quack, poked the baby 51 times with an iron rod on her stomach, as a part of the pneumonia treatment. Treating pneumonia with an iron rod is a blind faith followed by people residing in tribal-dominated regions in MP.
Rahul Bajaj (83), the former Chairman of Bajaj Group, died on February 12. "It is with deep sorrow, I inform you about the passing away of Shri Rahul Bajaj, husband of late Rupa Bajaj", said Bajaj Group. Rahul Bajaj died while undergoing treatment for Pneumonia. Meanwhile, Rahul Bajaj, who resigned as Bajaj Chairman in 2021, held the position for 40-years and was also an awardee of Padma Bhushan (2001).
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Legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar's health is worsening, following which she has been put on ventilator. On February 5, doctors at Breach Candy Hospital, Mumbai confirmed the same and said, she is undergoing treatment under the doctor's supervision, in the ICU. Notably, Ms Mangeshkar was admitted to the Mumbai hospital, on January 11, after she was diagnosed of COVID-19, following which she also got pneumonia and is undergoing treatment.
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Legendary Singer Lata Mangeshkar's health condition is improving, under the team of doctors headed by Dr. Pratit Samdani. According to the family statement, issued on January 27, "Lata didi continues to be in the ICU at Breach Candy Hospital, Mumbai under treatment. We thank each one of for your prayers and good wishes". Notably, the 92-year-old was admitted on January 8, after being diagnosed with COVID-19 and later pneumonia.
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Legend singer Lata Mangeshkar's health is improving, updated Dr. Pratit Samdani on January 23. The Breach Candy Hospital Dr. said, "Lata Ji is still in the ICU but her health condition is improving". Notably, Lata Mangeshkar was admitted to the Mumbai hospital on January 10, after being diagnosed with COVID-19. Later, the 92-year-old singer was also diagnosed with pneumonia and is currently being treated in the ICU.
Legendary Singer Lata Mangeshkar who recently tested COVID-19 positive and was diagnosed with pneumonia is still in ICU. "We are trying our best to ensure she recovers soon," said Dr. Pratit Samdani of Breach Candy Hospital. Furthermore, fans and wellwishers of Lata Ji are praying for her recovery. Many reports claimed she was on a ventilator but she is not on a ventilator, confirmed sources.
Legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar, who contracted Covid-19 recently is under constant medical observation for the next 10-12 days. The singer has not only developed Covid-19 but also got pneumonia. Dr. Pratit Samdani, Mangeshkar's doctor said, "She has both Covid-19 and pneumonia. Due to old age, it will take time to recover." On January 11, the 92-year-old singer tested positive for Covid-19 and was admitted to the Breach Candy Hospital,… read-more
Naseeruddin Shah, the veteran actor of the Indian cinema was hospitalized for pneumonia on June 29. The 70-year-old has been kept under medical supervision for the past two days after a patch was found in his lungs. Shah is survived by actor-wife Ratna Pathak Shah and his two sons. "His condition is stable and he's responding well to the treatment", his manager said.
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In a miraculous instance, a 22-day-old baby, born at private Yashoda hospital in Ghaziabad's Nehru Nagar in UP, has recovered from COVID-19. As per sources, the baby was found infected with coronavirus eight days after being born on April 5, and was brought to hospital again by the grandmother. Suffering from pneumonia in the right lung, the baby reportedly contracted the virus via the parents, who have also tested positive.
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The Serum Institute of India has successfully developed the country's first indigenous vaccine against pneumonia. The domestic vaccine will reduce the dependency on earlier two vaccines by Pfizer and GlaxoSmithKline, both foreign drug-makers. After securing approval by the Indian drug regulator in July 2020, the SII has conducted the vaccine's trials in India and the Gambia of Africa. Reportedly, the vaccine will be available in the Indian… read-more
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