Health Bulletin 22/September/2022
Here are the top health news for the day:
A 21-year-old Kuni Suna of Banjipali village in Sonepur district gave birth to quadruplets at Veer Surendra Sai Institute of Medical Sciences and Research (VIMSAR), Burla on Tuesday. Out of 4, three newborns are female, one is male. All four of them were born through normal delivery.
"Birth of quadruplets is very rare. However, this is not a first in Odisha. All the newborns are stable and under observation at the SNCU. The mother is also stable," Superintendent of VIMSAR, Lal Mohan Nayak told TOI.
While the Union Health Ministry has informed the Supreme Court about the "Academic Mobility Programme" as the possible solution for the Ukraine returned medicos who had to leave their courses midway, the medicos have rejected the offer altogether.
Filing a counter affidavit in this regard, the petitioner students from Ukraine informed the Supreme Court that the suggestions offered by the National Medical Commission (NMC) and the Union Health Ministry have been made on the basis of non-exercise of any homework and non-examination of actual facts and reality, adds Outlook India,MD,MS,PG Diploma,
Issuing a clarification, the National Medical Commission (NMC) on Wednesday warned the Foreign Medical Graduates against enrolling for Compulsory Rotatory Medical Internship (CRMI) in the standalone PG institutes and non-teaching hospitals.
In this regard, the Undergraduate Medical Education Board (UGMEB) of the Apex medical commission has made it clear that the FMGs should complete their internship in medical colleges or institutes that are approved for providing CRMI to Indian Medical Graduates.