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Unidentified man dies at K.R. Hospital
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Unidentified man dies at K.R. Hospital

Mysuru: An unidentified man, who was found lying unconscious by the Lashkar Police near Sangam Theatre, breathed his last at the K.R. Hospital at about 7 am on July 16. He was admitted at the Hospital on July 12. The unidentified man is about 40-45 years old, 5.5 ft. tall, well-built, round faced, has an…

NGO lends Cell Counter Machine to K.R. Hospital
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NGO lends Cell Counter Machine to K.R. Hospital

Mysuru: City-based NGO  I Serve Nation has extended a helping hand to  K.R. Hospital by lending a Cell Counter Machine to the Blood Testing Laboratory here this morning till the hospital gets a new machine. The NGO has also deployed two technicians to operate the machine. This Cell Counter Machine, which is capable of testing…

Ramdas visits K.R. Hospital
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Ramdas visits K.R. Hospital

Mysuru: Former Minister S.A. Ramdas, who is also the President of Asare Foundation, visited K.R. Hospital this morning to get first-hand information on  patients admitted to the hospital on complaints of viral fever. Ramdas, who went around the wards, asked the authorities not to turn away patients for want of bed and said that his…

Dr. No: The lucky patient!
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Dr. No: The lucky patient!

Sir, KBG’s Point Blank titled “Dr. No” published in SOM dated July 3 reminded me of a similar incident. Recently, one of my employees had suffered a similar predicament. He had visited the K.R. Hospital, where the abscess had been opened surgically and the pus squeezed out. The wound was then dressed and he was…

Cases of Fever on the Rise: Shortage of beds hits city hospitals
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Cases of Fever on the Rise: Shortage of beds hits city hospitals

Mysuru: There is a sense of panic among Mysureans ever since dengue outbreak has been reported. Adding to their fear is the dramatic increase in the number of dengue positive cases and reports of fever-related deaths. And the direct impact of this fear is being felt at city hospitals that are full with patients literally…

Man leaps to death from Jayadeva Hospital building
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Man leaps to death from Jayadeva Hospital building

Mysuru: A man committed suicide by jumping off the fourth floor of Sri Jayadeva Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences and Research building inside K.R. Hospital campus yesterday. He has been identified as 36-year-old Manjunath, a resident of Udayagiri. Manjunath worked as a daily wager at a fruit shop at Udayagiri and had known a woman in…

MP Pratap Simha visits K.R. Hospital
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MP Pratap Simha visits K.R. Hospital

Mysuru: Mysuru-Kodagu MP Pratap Simha visited K.R. Hospital today and enquired about the health of those undergoing treatment for suspected dengue. Speaking to media, the MP said that there was increase in dengue and viral fever cases in city and rural places, which was creating panic among the public and added that as per the…

Two die in accident near Belavatha village
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Two die in accident near Belavatha village

Relatives stage protest in front of K.R. Hospital Mysuru: Two bike-borne riders who met with an accident on Saturday night in the outskirts of the city, near Belavatha village, succumbed to injuries as the treatment failed. The two who have died are Raghavendra and Shankar, both residents of Belavatha village and working in a Bar…

Unidentified woman dies in K.R. Hospital
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Unidentified woman dies in K.R. Hospital

Mysuru: An unidentified woman who was found sick and admitted to K.R. Hospital for treatment on Apr. 20, passed away in the hospital on June 8, after failing to respond to the treatment. Based on the Death Memo issued by the Hospital, Lashkar Police have registered a case of Unnatural Death. The unidentified deceased woman…

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