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Rural Surgical Care: The SBMC Model

Simdega is one of the backward districts of Jharkhand with a population of about 600,000. According to the 2011 census the district had only 31 allopathic medical practitioners. There was only one hospital where surgeries were…

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NABH and Other Standards that are Possible in Rural Areas

The Public Perception and sometimes the perception of the Medical community is that rural hospitals do not need to have standards of care and it might not be possible to do so in rural areas. However many of the areas of…

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Assessment Guide Form for Rural Hospitals

Print a PDF copy of the below Assessment Guide Form

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The GLLS Workshop at Medical College Kolkata: A Report

Medical College, Kolkata is the first Medical College in Asia that was established in 1835. It pioneered many innovations in education and has pioneered taking Laparoscopic surgeries to rural areas by supporting the Gas Less Lift Laparoscopic Surgery [GLLS] workshop and plans to send faculty and students to rural areas… 

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Easy Patient Transport System for Rural Hospitals: A Proposed System

The proposal is to produce a transport device that is smaller than 2 x 2 feet that has the capability of transporting the patient in an erect position and has the capability of fitting into a 2 x 2 feet lifting device in the stairs…

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The Importance of Proper Data Collection in Rural Surgical Facilities

Generally the Protocols, methods, guidelines for surgical treatment originate in the West or the medical colleges. It is not that they have greater experience, better methods or their guidelines are superior. They are able to produce the guidelines because they have better data…

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Marketing Model for MIS in Rural Areas

A population of 100,000 will have about four surgical facilities that are standardized who share human resource and equipment and carry out about 2,000 MIS every year…

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