Baby Neglects One Side Breast While Feeding?

In last ten years I have seen nearly 100 cases of breast cancer (with history of somewhat abnormal breast-feeding) that followed demographic details as…

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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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Burden of Bacterial Meningitis in India: Preliminary Data from a Hospital Based Sentinel Surveillance Network

Globally, meningitis is a significant cause of morbidity and mortality in the pediatric population accounting for about 180,000 deaths annually. Prior to introduction of vaccines…

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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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Assessment Guide Form for Rural Hospitals

Print a PDF copy of the below Assessment Guide Form

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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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Mobile Microscopy as a Screening Tool for Oral Cancer in India: A Pilot Study

Oral cancer, through a convergence of behavioral and infrastructural factors, is the most common type of cancer among men in India and other countries of South Asia…

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