Monday, July 19, 2010

Medicines Donated to Lok Biradari Prakalp

Medicines Donated to Lok Biradari Prakalp are as follows :-
Cefuroxime Sodium Injection IP 250 mg (I.V/I.M use only) - 25 Nos
Saline Nazal Solution (Saline Nasal Drops) 10 ml- 7 Nos
Xylometazoline Nasal Drops IP 10 ml- 5 Nos
Formoterol Fumarate and Mometasone Foroate Power for Inhalation -10 Nos
Foremoterol Fumarae and Budesonide Powder for Inhalation IP - 11 Nos
Ramipril & Hydrochlorothiazide Capsules - 2.5/12/5-104 Nos
Losartan Tablets IP 50 mg A Class Antihypertensive - 80 Nos
Atorvastatin and Enteric Coated Asprin Capsules - 100 Nos
Rupatadine 10 mg -40 Nos
Itopride Hydrochloride Tablets 50 mg -60 Nos
Montelukast Sodium and Levocetirizine Tablets - 40 Nos
Atorvastatin Tablets IP 10 mg - 200 Nos
Oxymetazoline Hydrochloride Nasal Spray 5 G - 4 Nos
Polyvinyl Alcohol and Povidone Eye Drops 5 ml- 3 Nos

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Medicines Donated to Dharmarth Dispensary New Delhi

The following Medicines were donated to Dharmarth Dispensary New Delhi. These Medicines were donated by Mr Devath Rao from Tirupati.
Flurbiprofen & Gatifloxacin Opthalmic Solution 3 ml – 36 Nos
Moxifloxacin Eye Drops 3 ml – 10 Nos
Naphazoline Hydrochloride - Phenylephrine Hydrochloride Opthamic Sol – 5 Nos

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Medicines Donated to Snehaanchal Cancer Hospice Nagpur.

Following Medicines were Donated to Snehaanchal Cancer Hospice Nagpur (Snehaanchal takes care of Terminally ill Cancer Patients (Services of the Hospice are free ) .
Cefuroxime Sodium Injection IP 750 mg (I.V/I.M use only) - 4 Nos
Cefuroxime Sodium Injection IP 250 mg (I.V/I.M use only) - 10 Nos
Saline Nazal Solution (Saline Nasal Drops) 10 ml - 3 Nos
Xylometazoline Nasal Drops IP 10 ml - 3 Nos
Deriphyllin OD 300 (Sustained Release Tablets of Etofylline and Theophylline) - 106 Tablets
Polyvinyl Alcohol and Povidone Eye Drops 5 ml - 2 Nos

Monday, July 12, 2010

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Medicines Donated to Shri Datta Humane Services

Medicines were sent to Shri Datta Humane Services Hyderabad on 26.06.2010. Weight of Medicines donated was about 2.25 Kgs. Speed Post receipt attached.

Monday, June 21, 2010

Dr Mrs Patankar donates Medicines.

Dr Mrs Patankar came to know about Givemedicines.org she immediately called me and ask me to collect the Sample medicines she gets. Thank you Doctor. May your tribe increase. She has asked me to visit her every 15 days and collect the samples. I have asked her to introduce Givemedicines.org to one more doctor.

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Monday, July 6, 2009

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Medicines Donated to Hatkhola Institute Medical Bank

This box full of Medicines was Donated to Mr D. Ashish in Kolkatta who runs a Medicine Bank and distributes free medicines to the poor in Kolkatta.

Monday, June 8, 2009

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

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Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Master Rishab Sonarkar Collected Unused Medicines.

Hrishabh aged 14 years studies in the 9 Standard in St Francis De Sales High School Nagpur. He was motivated by his father to collect unused medicines . He started doing so from his friends and relatives. Here he is segragating medicines , removing medicines with expiriy Dates and half used strips which are not given to NGOs. The cost of the Medicines he collected were more than Rs 6000/-. The medicines were donated to Missionaries Of Charity Nagpur.

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Friday, March 27, 2009

Leo Club of Bombay Lakeside Collects Unused Medicines


Apurva Pohonerkar from Mumbai contacted me after visiting http://www.givemedicines.org/ and said that they would like to put a drop box at the entrance of their colony. The idea was appreciated by all in their colony. These youngsters will be organising a unused medicines collection drive. May their tribe increase.

Friday, January 30, 2009

Mr Shiraz Doongaji Donates Medicines.

Today early in the morning Shiraz Dropped a bag full of unused medicines at my place. When i sorted out these medicines they were worth Rs 800/- approximately. Out of which medicines worth Rs 300/- were past their expiry dates.
The other medicines worth Rs 500/- were donated to the Ramkrishna Mission at Nagpur.

Friday, December 12, 2008

Accident Victim

I was returning to office from Lunch . I had just passed the LIC Square in Nagpur and saw a huge crowd gathered in front of Bank of India. As is our habit (my younger brothers and mine) i parked my two wheeler and went into the crowd to help the victim. People were just surrounding the victims and nobody was touching them . Everbody surrounding his was saying that he is a drukard. What i saw shocked me. I saw a man who was dehydrated and his skin and bone were touching and he had fainted. Next to him was lying a girl child who was barely a year old. She was crying .
I could not take it. I asked someone to get a bottle of water. Someone got water , we splashed it on the person face. After sometime the person recovered. He started crying as soon as he recovered. By that time the crowd dispersed. Somebody abusing him that he was a useless felow carrying a child with him when he was drunk. But the fact was that he was not drunk. He had got fits and he had fainted. Neither was he drunk.
I asked him what the problem was. He said that his wifes leg was amputed and she was admitted to IGMC Nagpur. She was asked to take some medicines which he could not afford. He had sold off his rickshaw to get medicines. Now he did not have the money to buy medicines. He had gone to a money lender who refused to give him money, as he did not have anything to pledge . We put him on to a rickshaw with the child and i accompanied him to IGMC. There we saw his wife lying outside the hospital on the road.
It was quite pathetic sight. I had some money with me about Rs 300/- which i handed over to them and asked them to get some medicines. I left them to Gods mercy. This incident happened a few years back.