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PIMA urged the society to take the covid seriously

Lahore, 20 April 2021: While Covid continues to affect large segment of population in Pakistan, efforts to counter it with effective vaccination campaign are far from being satisfactory. This follows a dismal response to following SOPs causing large scale illnesses and deaths. Government and society both should appreciate the dangers of ...

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PIMA issues working paper on World Health day

Islamabad, 6 April 2021: Pakistan Islamic Medical Association (PIMA) has launched a working paper on National Health Policy on the occasion of World Health Day. It comprises practical suggestions as to how the obsolete present system of health delivery in Pakistan can be changed to a much better one. Firstly, it ...

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PIMA for joint approach on use of Covid-19 vaccine

Islamabad, 4 February 2021: The Pakistan Islamic Medical Association (PIMA) has stressed the need for an integrated and systematic system for corona vaccine use, saying that national harmony should be demonstrated beyond politics, regionalism and self-interest. In a press release in this regard on Thursday, February 4, it also took note ...

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Doctors warn of severity of Covid-19 2nd wave

Peshawar, 5 December 2020: President, Pakistan Islamic Medical Association Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Dr. Muhammad Tayyab on Friday demanded that all types of gatherings should be banned as second wave of Coronavirus was more dangerous. Addressing a press conference at Peshawar Press Club along with PIMA GS KPK Dr Fazle Wahab and ...

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Revised PIMA Covid Guidelines

Children Clinic Guidelines Children Health FAQs Corona and Pregnant Women Diet and Nutrition Guidelines Home Isolation Guidelines Mask Wearing Guidelines Burial Procedure SOPs Guidelines for GPs Guidelines for General Surgeon Guidance on selection and use of PPEs

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PIMA Press Conference at Lahore

Lahore, 13 November 2020: Pakistan Islamic Medical Association (PIMA) has announced a nationwide diabetic screening of 100,000 people on the occasion of World Diabetes Day, saying that about 200,000 people become disabled every year due to diabetes in Pakistan. PIMA will conduct various activities to spread awareness about the disease ...

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