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What Should Be Present In Your Home First-aid Kit?

First aid is important in emergency cases. Emergencies take place all around us, in all phases of life. Someone may be injured at work, school or at home. When this happens, first aid essentials will endow anyone around the injured person to decrease the danger posed by the accident. We shall check it out what things should be included in first aid kit:

  • Analgesics
  • Allergy medication
  • Anti-nausea medication
  • Diarrhea medication
  • Anti-biotic cream and ointment
  • Antiseptics and disinfectants
  • Gauze bandage, pressure bandage and elastic bandage
  • Sterile pads
  • Clear adhesive film
  • Scissors
  • Thermometer
  • Tweezers
  • Vinyl protective gloves
  • Instant cold packs
  • Insect repellant
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Blanket
  • Calamine lotion
  • Any prescription drugs that are regularly taken by family members.

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Hon.PM Modi addressing on Jan Aushadhi Diwas

Hon. PM Modi said that more than Rs 800 crore worth of medicine has been sold till now which has saved around Rs 13,000 crores for the common people. New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with the beneficiaries of the Jan Aushadhi Yojana today on the occasion of Jan Aushadhi Diwas via video conferencing. The theme of the event was ‘Jan Aushadhi-Jan Upyogi’. The interaction was followed by an address by the Prime Minister on the occasion of the conclusion of Jan Aushadhi week. Ahead of the event, PM Modi tweeted, “At 12:30 PM today, will be joining a program to mark the Jan Aushadhi Diwas. I look forward to interacting with the Jan Aushadhi Kendra owners and beneficiaries of the scheme which has brought an affordable medicines revolution.” During his address, he said that the Jan Aushadhi Yojana is helping people in saving medical costs and that money can be used in other necessities of life. “Money saved is money earned,” he said. He said that more than Rs 800 crore worth of medicine has been sold till now which has saved around Rs 13,000 crores for the common people. He also talked about the benefits of this scheme for women as they can buy sanitary napkins at a cost of Re 1. He added that the sale of 21 crore sanitary napkins is proof of the benefits of the scheme. PM Modi also said that his government has taken a decision recently that the Private medical colleges in the country will have to charge the fees equivalent to government colleges for half of the seats so that the lower-income groups can also afford medical education. Added to that, all the colleges will also provide education in local languages to make sure that students from every group get a chance to study medicine. Jan Aushadhi week was being celebrated since March 1 to generate awareness about the usage of generic medicines and the benefits of Jan Aushadhi Pariyojna. During this week, many events like Jan Aushadhi Sankalp Yatra, Matri Shakti Samman, Jan Aushadhi Bal Mitra, Jan Aushadhi Jan Jagran Abhiyan, Aao Jan Aushadhi Mitra Baney, and Jan Aushadhi Jan Arogya Mela have been organised. As per a press release by the PMO, under the Jan Aushady scheme, now there are more than 8,600 Jan Aushadhi stores in the country. Source: abplive.com

Why Dolo 650 became popular ?

  1. Easy availability in Pandemic across India.
  2. Reasonable Cost of Dolo-650.
  3. No alternative available of 650mg in managing high fever, except DOLO 650mg. Relief from fever and pain provided by Paracetamol 500 mg was not adequate.
  4. Word of Mouth.
  5. Memes across Social Media.
Dolo 650 is manufactured by Micro Labs Limited, a Bengaluru-based privately held firm that was founded in 1973 by a pharmaceutical distributor, G.C. Surana. The company is currently run by his son, managing director Dilip Surana.

Jan Aushadhi Medicines Available

1. How can I buy medicine online of Pradhan Mantri Jan Aushadhi Kendra? You can buy Jan Aushadhi medicines and its surgical products on Chemistonline.in. We deliver across India. 2. Why Jan Aushadhi medicines are cheap ? Pradhan Mantri Jan Aushadhi Scheme is the initiative in making quality medicines available at affordable prices for all, particularly the poor and disadvantaged to reduce out of pocket expenses in healthcare. You can purchase Jan Aushadhi medicine online at chemistonline.in or can send your medicine requirement on whatsapp 9820192284 or can purchase at exclusive outlets " Pradhan Mantri Jan Aushadhi Medical Store" across India. 3. How does Jan Aushadhi Medicines ensure quality of their products The quality, safety and efficacy of medicines are ensured by getting each batch of medicines procured from CPSUs as well as private suppliers tested from NABL approved laboratories and conforming to the required standards before the same are supplied to Super stockists / Jan Aushadhi Stores from the Warehouse of BPPI.  Every product has enhanced packaging with dedicated quality control team to address any customer complaints. 4. Is Insulin available in Jan Aushadhi? Insulin are available at Jan Aushadhi store. 5. Which medicines are available in Jan Aushadhi Kendra? You can visit this link https://chemistonline.in/product-brand/janaushadhi/ to view entire product line of Pradhan Mantri Jan Aushadhi Scheme.  

‘CoviSelf’ Test Kit: Complete guide

The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has approved a self-testing kit for COVID-19 called CoviSelf. The kit will be launched by Pune-based Mylab Discovery Solutions at Rs 250 per pack. This will help to address the requirement for testing more people for the novel coronavirus . Now, people will be able to test themselves in the comfort of their homes, and the need to wait for testing lab reports will end. Sujeet Jain, Director of Mylab Discovery Solutions, Pune was quoted as saying by ANI that if the result comes positive through the self-testing kit, there will be no need for the RT-PCR report. It is easy to use as it comes with a manual. Things you need to know about the self-testing kit:
  • The self-testing COVID kit has been named CoviSelf
  • It is India’s first coronavirus test kit for self-use
  • The result will come within 20 minutes of the completion of the test
  • The result can be accessed through the Mylab CoviSelf app.
  • A unique QR code will be generated so that you get the right report
  • It will be packed in a biohazard bag for easy and safe disposal
  • It will come with an Intelligently Designed Tube filled with a solution that inactivates the virus and contains the biohazard
Users can follow these simple steps to use CoviSelf:
  1. Download the Mylab CoviSelf app
  2. Wash your hands and let them dry. Now, open the CoviSelf kit
  3. Open the Mylab CoviSelf app and enter your credentials. Now, scan the QR code on the test device to link the code with the credentials filled in
  4. Tap the pre-filled buffer tube vertically and ensure that the extraction buffer solution settles at the bottom of the tube
  5. Remove the cap and keep it upright so that there is no spillage
  6. Take the nostril swab and insert it into the nose till you face some resistance. Roll it inside your nose at least five times so that enough cells are extracted. Repeat the process with the other nostril with the same swab
  7. Now, dip this nasal swab into the pre-filled extraction tube and pinch its bottom. Swirl the swab 10 times before breaking it at its "break point". Now, cover the tube with its attached nozzle cap
  8. Add two drops of extracted antigen buffer mixture into the sample of the test device by pressing the tube
  9. Wait for a few minutes. The result will be available on the app within 10-15 minutes. If results don’t appear within 20 minutes, your report must be negative. The result will be considered invalid if it appears after 20 minutes. Click a picture of the device with the phone app and wait for it to analyze the result
  10. Dispose of the kit in the biohazard bag provided. If your result is positive, isolate yourself as per ICMR guidelines.
Source: Firstpost.com

Bppi Contributes Rs.25 Lakh To Pmcares Fund

New Delhi: To support government in its fight against COVID-19, Bureau of Pharma PSUs of India(BPPI) Under the Department of Pharmaceuticals, Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers has contributed Rs. 25 Lakh to PMCARES fund.

A cheque of the said amount was presented by Secretary Pharma, shri PD vaghela to Union Minister of Chemicals and Fertilizers Shri . DV sadananda Gowda in New Delhi today. On this occasion Shri Sachin Singh, CEO, BPPI, Shri Rajneesh Tingal, JS, pharma , Shri Navdeep Rinwa, JS, pharma and other senior officers were also present

The amount was contributed by employees, of BPPI and owners and distributors of Janaushadhi Kendras. The Kendras working under Pradhan Mantri Bhartiya Janaushadhi Pariyojana (PMBJP) have been rendering essential services to the nation. Bureau of Pharma PSUs of India (BPPI), the implementing agency of the PMBJP has been keeping a close tab on the situation in all of its areas of operations. BPPI has been standing with its stakeholders and consumers in these challenging times as Pradhan Mantri Bhartiya Janaushadhi Kendra (PMBJK) are functional and maintaining operations as part of their commitment.

BPPI is committed to ensure uninterrupted availability of essential medicines at the PMBJK. BPPI has a clocked appreciable sales turnover of Rs. 52 Crore despite the lockdown and testing times in the month of April 2020 as compared to Rs. 42 Crore achieved in March 2020. As the product basket of PMBJP consists of all the essential medicines enlisted in the NLEM other than lab regents & stents, BPPI has adequate stock of the medicines which are currently under demand viz. Face mask, Hydroxychloroquine, Paracetamol, and Azithromycin. BPPI has sold about 6 lacs Face masks, 50 lacs tablets of Hydroxychloroquine in the month of March & April 2020. Further, orders for 60 lacs Hydroxychloroquine tablets have also been placed. Envisioning current market demand, BPPI has also placed purchase orders for the procurement of these medicines so as to have enough stock for the next six months.

Following the lockdown measures in place, over 6300 PMBJKs are functioning across the nation, covering 726 districts of the country. Supporting the government’s initiative of practicing social distancing, pharmacists at the PMBJK, now popularly known as “Swasth Ke Sipahi” are undertaking the delivery of medicines to patients and elderly people at their doorstep.

Modi Government’s Big Move!

To facilitate medicine procurement during lockdown, many Pradhan Mantri Bharatiya Janaushadhi Kendras (PMBJK) under the Union Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers are accepting orders for medicines on WhatsApp and e-mail. Medicines are delivered at the doorsteps of the patients on the basis of uploaded prescriptions. This move is ensuring use of technology for facilitating easier procurement of medicines by the users. In addition, supply arrangements with India Post has also been made for supply to remotely located stores.

Complementing PMBJKs for this initiative Union Minister of Chemicals and Fertilizers DV Sadananda Gowda said, “It is heartening to note that many PMBJKs are using modern communication tools including social media plataforms like Whatsapp to provide better services in effecting faster delivery of essential medicines to the needy.”

  • PMBJKs are working under the Pradhan Mantri Bhartiya Janaushadhi Pariyojana (PMBJP).
  • At present there are over 6300 PMBJKs functioning in 726 districts of the country ensuring supply of quality medicines at affordable prices.
  • These medicine are cheaper by about 50% to 90% on an average. In April 2020 around 52,crore rupees worth of medicine have been supplied throughout the country.

Moreover, a dedicated team has been created of BPPI Officers for every State to sort out bottlenecks in supply due to lockdown. Jan Aushadhi warehouses are working at full capacity and inhouse residential arrangements have been made for staff.

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