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Guideline for Medical Treatment of Deprived Citizens

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Bipanna Nagarik Aushadhi Upchar Kosh


  1. Kidney transplant expense: Upto NRs. 4,00,000/
    – Kidney dialysis: Upto NRs. 1,00,000/
    – Acute Glomerulonephritis, Nephrotic Syndrome: Upto NRs. 1,00,000/
    – Medicine expense for post-transplant management: Upto NRs. 1,00,000/
    – HLA Test: Upto NRs. 50,000/
    – Dialysis for seropositive: Upto NRs. 4,000/ session
    – NRs. 2500/ session for patients who need more than 2 times dialysis per week.
    – Peritoneal dialysis per patient upto 90 packages
  2. Heart Diseases: Upto NRs. 1,00,000/
  3. Cancer; Upto NRs. 1,00,000/
  4. Parkinson’s Diseases: Upto NRs. 1,00,000/
  5. Alzheimer: Upto NRs. 1,00,000/
  6. Spinal Injury: Upto NRs. 1,00,000/
  7. Head Injury: Upto NRs. 1,00,000/
  8. Sickle cell anemia : Upto NRs. 1,00,000/

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