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King George's Medical University in Lucknow to fully revive Cadaver organ donation program

One of Lucknow's prominent medical centres, the KGMU has decided to completely revive organ donations under its Cadaveric Multi-Organ Donation (CMOD) programme. Initially launched in 2016, the scheme aims to retrieve functional organs from brain dead patients for transplants surgeries. With its comeback, the KGMU hopes to save hundreds of lives per year, including those suffering from skin cancer, burn injuries and even the visually challenged.

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Government hospital across Lucknow to be cleared of encroachments within 7 days

Aiming to ensure encroachment-free campuses for the government hospitals in the city, the district administration of Lucknow has initiated a special drive for this purpose. As a part of this initiative, a region of about 40 to 50 metres around the entrances of public hospitals will be made free from any kind of intrusions, within a span of 7 days. Additionally, the municipal corporation will also undertake steps for the removal of illegal hoardings, banner/posters and kiosks in the city.

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5 new hospitals to soon foster better medical aid across remote areas in Lucknow

In a bid to augment the medical infrastructure in Lucknow, the district administration station has decided to set 5 new hospitals, including a mother and child care centre, in various remote areas. This will foster better aid to people living in isolated regions, saving them from making several runs to urban health centres for the treatment of minor ailments. As per reports, all arrangements for the hospitals are completed and their inauguration is slated soon.

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23-day-old infant gets a new lease of life at Lucknow's Sanjivini Hospital & Research Centre

The Sanjivini Hospital and Research Centre in Lucknow, has emerged to be a centre of comprehensive medical services amid the pandemic hour and it has proved its clinical expertise, yet again! Adding another success story to its credit, the Paediatric and Neonatology Department here, has successfully treated a 23-day-old infant, diagnosed with an absent anal opening and a "distended abdomen".

This dedicated department for newborns and children at Sanjivini, has eased the availability of specialised assistance for this population segment in Lucknow, adding to the city's medical reputation!

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Lucknow's SGPGI sets up a 50-bed paediatric ward ahead of the expected 'third wave'​

In view of the looming threat of the third COVID wave and the increased possibility of infection in children, the Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Science in Lucknow, has set up a dedicated pediatric ward here. The 50-bed facility has been centred at the old OPD of PGI's main building. As per reports, the ward is equipped with ventilators, oxygen support and other life-saving equipment, essential for COVID care.

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