Phadke Labs in News

Superbugs get tough, 25% patients in Mumbai resistant to strong antibiotics
Email: The Times of India

On the eve of antimicrobial awareness week, SRL Avinash Phadke Laboratory studied samples of over 40,500 patients and found that almost 33% harboured drug-resistant bacteria.

Nov 17, 2019
Skilled manpower will be required in order to validate automated process
Email: Express Healthcare

Dr Ajay Phadke, Centre Head, SRL Dr Avinash Phadke Labs, shares with Prathiba Raju on how automation in diagnostics sector is becoming an essential factor as it brings in efficiency, speed, precision and cost efficiency

Oct 23, 2019
Automated workflow A new norm for pathlabs
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Pathlabs in the future will be strongly backed by automation and digital technologies that will enable pathology to become more efficient and scalable

Sep 11, 2019
The overall, diagnostic space will grow at a CAGR of around 12-15 per cent
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Dr Avinash Phadke, Founder, Dr Avinash Phadke Pathology Labs, and President-Technology, SRL Diagnostics, explains the opportunities and challenges within India’s diagnostics space in a chat with Raelene Kambli

Aug 23, 2019
The alchemy of growth in diagnostics
Email: Express Healthcare

Many healthcare companies today are faced with a big question. Is the business of diagnostics in India an opportunity or a challenge? By all means, most CEOs and business leaders would state self-evident opportunities such as growing demand for diagnostic services in India, expanded access to such services, increased insurance penetration and more.

Aug 23, 2019
Dissecting the future of diagnostics
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The first edition of Dx Summit brought together the best minds to deliberate and debate on the right strategies to shape a sustainable future for diagnostics business in India

Aug 23, 2019
Special address: Dr Avinash Phadke, President and Mentor, SRL & Founder, Dr Avinash Phadke Labs
Email: Express Healthcare

In genomics or specialised oncology tests there are niche areas which can further growth but larger corporates still need to look into such niche products

Aug 23, 2019
Panel discussion: Is diagnostics business in India an opportunity or a challenge?
Email: Express Healthcare

India’s diagnostics industry has gone through tremendous transformations in last 2-3 decades. With increasing PE investment flowing in, heightened competition, rapid tech advancements and improved quality regulations, this segment of healthcare is poised for further growth.

Aug 23, 2019
Panel discussion: The next disruption in diagnostics
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Disruption is said to be a critical component of innovation in any healthcare organisation. Disruption ensures that every organisation continues to focus on innovations that improves productivity, efficiency and patient satisfaction.

Aug 23, 2019
Dx Leadership Awards
Email: Express Healthcare

The Indian Express Group and Express Healthcare, through its Dx Leadership Awards, recognised and rewarded business and scientific excellence across all spectrum of diagnostics.

Aug 23, 2019
It All Starts With a Simple Handshake
Email: BW Healthcareworld

The industry case for hospitals to partner with established diagnostics labs to build an holistic, successful and sustainable healthcare services value chain

Mar 28, 2019
World Tuberculosis Day: Evolution of TB Diagnosis in India
Email: Health Hunt

Tuberculosis (TB) was once feared as much as, AIDS is feared today. This social perception comes from the fact that it is a highly communicable disease and can become difficult to treat.

Mar 24, 2019
Tuberculosis in pregnancy: A timely diagnosis is critical
Email: The Indian Express

World Tuberculosis Day 2019: While treating TB in pregnancy is absolutely essential, the process can be a little tricky. Doctors and expecting mothers need to be extra cautious about getting the right treatment and maintaining the health of the baby as well as the mother.

Mar 24, 2019
DocYard | Forewarned is forearmed
Email: The Pioneer

The incidence of type I Diabetes is rising by three per cent every year, with nearly 75,000 new children being diagnosed to have T1DM every year. Type I Diabetes is also known as Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus (IDDM) and Juvenile Onset Diabetes Mellitus. As of 2018, there were at least 97,000 cases of juvenile Diabetes reported in India alone, which is alarming.

Mar 19, 2019
How Dr Avinash Phadke Pathology Labs is fighting the phenomenon of inaccurate lab diagnoses
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Pathology is the science which examines the causes and effects of diseases through laboratory examination and diagnosis of samples of body tissue. In India, there are thousands of laboratories that deal in these diagnostic services.

Feb 14, 2019
Will Grow at a CAGR of Around 12 - 15 Per Cent
Email: Express Healthcare

World over, diagnostics plays a key role in the overall healthcare delivery business. It cannot be outsourced to a large extent and is completely recession proof.

Feb 11, 2019
To Vaccinate or not?
Email: Express Healthcare

Recent reports on adverse effects of MMR vaccines have reignited the age-old debate whether to vaccine or not. Industry experts and stakeholders share their views on this burning issue.

Feb 06, 2019
Do you have an overactive or an underactive Thyroid? Here are signs
Email: The Times of India

India is suffering from a significant burden of Thyroid. According to official data, there are 42 million people who are battling from a thyroid disorder. The butterfly-shaped thyroid gland is quite a powerful organ. Besides many bodily functions, it is also responsible for keeping your heart and brain working to help regulate energy.

Feb 01, 2019
What is preeclampsia? How does it affect pregnancy?
Email: The Indian Express

Women with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, chronic hypertension, kidney diseases and/or family history of preeclampsia are primarily prone to the condition. Other factors include late conception or an interval in pregnancy of more than 10 years.

Jan 11, 2019
Preeclampsia: Get tested in the first trimester to prevent it
Email: Express Parenting

Women with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, chronic hypertension, kidney diseases and/or family history of preeclampsia are primarily prone to the condition. Other factors include late conception or an interval in pregnancy of more than 10 years.

Jan 10, 2019
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