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Dr Rajesh Malhotra appointed head of AIIMS Trauma Centre

Dr Rajesh Malhotra appointed head of AIIMS Trauma Centre

New Delhi: Dr Rajesh Malhotra, professor and head of the orthopaedics department at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), has been appointed as chief of the AIIMS Trauma Centre. more

AIIMS surgeon performs ‘first of its kind’ knee operation | New guidelines to educate doctors on medical ethics

AIIMS surgeon performs ‘first of its kind’ knee operation | New guidelines to educate doctors on medical ethics

Dr Rajesh Malhotra, head of the orthopaedics department at AIIMS, New Delhi, on Friday claimed to have performed a first of its kind surgery, aimed at addressing osteoarthritis by operating only on the inside compartment of a knee. more

Four joint replacements in a single surgery broadens options for hopefuls

Four joint replacements in a single surgery broadens options for hopefuls

New Delhi: In what could possibly be a first of its kind in India and the world, a team of doctors of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) here has performed four joint replacements involving both hips and both knees in a single surgery on a patient. more

New techniques to ease joint replacements

New techniques to ease joint replacements

New Delhi: With a steady increase in the number of Indians suffering from joint disorders, new techniques from around the world that cause minimal invasion and inconvenience have come to their rescue, doctors said here on Sunday. more

Bone and joint diseases are the most common cause of physical disability: IOA

Bone and joint diseases are the most common cause of physical disability: IOA

New Delhi: Bone and joint diseases are the most common cause of physical disability in the world, especially the developing world, as about 10 per cent of the population have a bone and joint problem, according to Dr S Rajasekaran, president, Indian Orthopaedic Association (IOA). He was speaking at a function organised on Saturday at the Indian Spinal Injuries Centre here to celebrate the 1st Bone and Joint Day. more

Unhealed fractures can be treated by injecting blood platelets into the fracture site: Study

Unhealed fractures can be treated by injecting blood platelets into the fracture site: Study

New Delhi: A study conducted by orthopaedic surgeons at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) shows that unhealed fractures can be successfully treated by injecting blood platelets into the fracture site. The only catch that the researchers felt was that very old fractures did not show good results. more