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Pattern and Severity of Multimorbidity Among Patients Attending Primary Care Settings in Odisha, India

With increased life expectancy and better living conditions, the co-occurrence of multiple chronic conditions, commonly referred to as ‘multimorbidity’ is being increasingly observed among individuals globally…

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Millennium Alliance Awards 2018: Making Minimally Invasive Surgeries Available and Affordable – A Report

Millennium Alliance program is organized by FICCI and DST of the Indian Government to encourage innovations that have significant impact on the Society. The awards are given after receiving thousands of applications and…

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Diagnostic and Surgical Camps for Taking MIS to Remote Areas: A Report About Bhalukpong in Arunachal Pradesh

Minimally Invasive Surgeries with rapid turnover has the advantage that visiting surgical teams could use the limited local infrastructure to provide the necessary surgical care. This would also empower the rural surgical facilities and would help in…

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Identifying the Health Needs and Barriers for Local Surgical Care in Rural India

Identify local health needs and barriers to surgical care and unmet surgical needs. Build local health network, connect local researchers, healthcare providers and policy makers. Assess ways…

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Unraveling the Human Salivary Microbiome Diversity in Indian Populations

The human body harbors a large number of microbial cells, organized in complex communities termed microbiota, which was previously thought to exceed the human cells by ten times…

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NABH and Other Standards that are Possible in Rural Areas

The Public Perception and sometimes the perception of the Medical community is that rural hospitals do not need to have standards of care and it might not be possible to do so in rural areas. However many of the areas of…

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ARSI Certificate Course for Rural Medical Officers: A Proposal

The vast majority of the world is without access to surgical and anesthesia care, and a severe workforce shortage, particularly in anesthesia, is a major contributing factor…

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