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Tamil Nadu launches Scheme to Provide Cardiac Drugs

Published on June 29, 2023
Current Context: Tamil Nadu on Tuesday launched a scheme which aims to provide life-saving emergency “loading dose” for persons who experience symptoms of myocardial infarction or heart attack through over 10,000 primary level health facilities.
Tamil Nadu launches Scheme to Provide Cardiac Drugs
  • Health Minister Ma. Subramanian launched the scheme at Malumichampatti village in Coimbatore district.
  • Under the scheme, the government will make life-saving cardiac drugs available in 8,713 health sub-centres (HSC) and 2,200 primary health centres (PHC) and urban primary health centres (UPHC) across the State at a cost of ₹3.37 crore.
  • The scheme is aimed at saving lives of people who live in remote areas and do not have access to advanced medical care.


Q.1 Which State launched the scheme to provide life-saving cardiac drugs through primary level health facilities?
a. Kerala
b. Tamil Nadu
c. Karnataka
d. Andhra Pradesh
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