Monthly Archives: September 2014

Ebola Virus Haemorrhagic Fever – Current Scenario

Click to download this Ebola Haemorrhagic Fever presentation by Dr. Sonu Agrawal Viewing this presentation requires Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer. If you cannot open the file, you can download the viewer at: Dr. Sonu Kumari Agrawal, MBBS 2011 from Manipal Medical College, is currently a PG student (third year) in… 

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Morbidity Patterns and Health Care Seeking Behavior among Older Widows in India

The process of aging is lead by the decline in fertility reinforced by increasing longevity due to falling mortality in older ages [1]. It produces unprecedented changes in the age-structure of all societies, notably the historic reversal in the proportions of younger and older persons. In the turn of 21st century, population aged 60 and above is increasing at an accelerated rate and most of …

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Case Study: Hyperkalemia and ECG Changes

By: Dr. Pragnesh Vachharajani
A 70-year-old male presented to the ER with giddiness & presyncope for the past two hours. He was also having difficulty in breathing. No other history was known, except that he was diabetic.

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Surgical Pathology Unit at Metropolis Healthcare Receives the CAP Accreditation

Surgical Pathology unit at Metropolis Healthcare Ltd, a leading multinational chain of diagnostic centers received The College of American Pathologists Accreditation. Quality in surgical pathology may be defined as accurate, timely, and complete reports.

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Launch of Virtual Skin Clinic at the 5th National Conference of Indian Society of Teledermatology (INSTED)

Press Release Chennai, 24th August, 2014: Virtual Skin Clinic is an online skin care consultation platform launched by Indian Society of Teledermatology (INSTED). This unique clinic connects dermatologists with patients from various parts of the world for consulting and second opinion. A best choice to reach dermatology experts globally as… 

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Medical Camps in India Held by Physicians from other Countries: Guest Blogger P. Lal Arora, MD

Do these camps offer value? Experience of a Physician. Background I am a practicing physician, an internist and a geriatrician in the State of Ohio in the United States. I live and practice near Cleveland. Under the auspices of a local physician non-profit organization, I have participated in a number… 

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Role of X-rays in Rhinology

X-rays in the present day context are considered to be outdated by rhinologists. CT scan images have replaced conventional X-ray imaging, but X-rays still have a role in the field of rhinology. The inherent advantages like easy availability and cost effectiveness make this investigation still relevant in the present day scenario.

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