Volume Archives: 5

An Example of Pre-Mortem Analysis

Post mortem is a familiar word to many. It is where the dead teach the living. It is carried out to find out the cause of death. Unfortunately it does not help the person who died. A pre-mortem — also known as a premortem — is a managerial strategy in which a…

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Immunotherapy for Oncological Cancer: ASCO Focus

Dr. Jamal’s DENVAX is a Dendritic Cell (DC)-based cancer immunotherapy that prevents to the recurrence of cancer after surgery, chemotherapy or radiation because the immune system will need to recognize and attack a smaller number of cancer cells, which was the main theme of the ASCO event…

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In The News: YOGA in to Medical Mainstream

As June 21 was declared as the International Day of Yoga by the United Nations General Assembly, the whole world is geared up for celebrating the Second International Day of Yoga. The day is very special for India as Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual practice having its origin… 

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Lockheed Martin Award for Innovative Easy-Position/Easy-Fix Stirrups

Dr. J. Gnanaraj recently received the DST Lockheed Martin Award for the Easy-Position / Easy-Fix Stirrups at the India Innovation Growth Program. It is a simple device that adds great value and has the potential for replacing the standard stirrups in all the operating rooms…

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India’s first successful implant of HeartMate 3™ LVAD with Full MagLev™

Patients no longer need to travel abroad for HeartMate 3™, the world’s first commercially approved fully magnetically-levitated left ventricular assist device (LVAD), proven to show high survival rates in advanced heart failure patients…

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What Can Rural Surgeons Learn From Standard Business School?

The olfactory system in our body is different from the other systems in that there is no censorship or filtration of the sensation by the thalamus. It is situated close to the emotional area of the brain. About 3% of the human genes code…

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Video: Human Evolution and Disease

This presentation focuses on on how the indian genetics is different from rest of the world and what would be its implications in health and disease…

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