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DOTS Sure cure for TB - Dr. K.N. Gupta, MD (Chest and TB)
DOTS – Direct Observation Treatment Short course Short Course chemotherapy under Direct Observation, It is the internationally accepted treatment strategy for sure cure of tuberculosis. Under Revised National Tuberculosis Control P...

Epidemiology for Occupational Health Services - Arin Basu
Abstract Epidemiology the basic science of public health – is defined as the study of distribution and determinants of diseases in populations. Epidemiology, when conducted in an occupational setting, can provide vital clues about ...

Femoral Shaft Fractures in Children - Rationale of Operative Treatment - Dr. Bobby John
Most Orthopaedic Surgeons are reluctant to internally fix fractures in children. There appears to be a false sense of security that most children’s fracture will heal and remodel with time. This, of course, is not always true. Left...

First Aid Management - Dr. A. Malik
This is a powerpoint presentation entitled “*Emergency First Aid Management”* that will be especially useful for industrial doctors for giving training (part of our routine job) to the employees on industrial first aid mana...

Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumours - Dr. Vijay, R.
Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors (GIST) GISTs form the largest category of primary, nonepithelial ,neoplasms of gastrointestinal tract(GIT).They can be defined as neoplasms derived from pluripotent mesenchymal cells of GIT capable of eith...

Help Available for Adults/Children Who Stammer - Ajit Harisinghani M.S.(USA);C.C.C.(USA)
Case History 1 Mohan, a 24 years old electronics engineer, has been stammering ever since he can remember. The eldest son in his family, Mohan had a bad time at school because his speech was the focus of many unkind taunts from his class...

Hematuria
Definition – Blood in urine. It’s either microscopic or macroscopic. Types of hematuria 1. Microscopic: Urine appears normal, blood can be discovered on “dipstick” testing. Or, Microscopy of midstream urine (M...

Imaging of Orbital Cysticercosis - Dr. Sumer K. Sethi
Cysticercosis is considered the most common parasitic disease of the central nervous system. It also affects the eye, skeletal muscle and subcutaneous tissue. The extaocular muscle form is the most common type of orbital cysticercosis. I...

In Vitro Model Systems in Neurotoxicity Assessment - Reyaz Waris Ansari, Govind Singh, Aditya B. Pant
Nervous system, a complex organ system in terms of both structure and function, is unique in that way that the neurons are not capable of regeneration after lethal damage, thus rendering the nervous system particularly vulnerable to any ...

Income Tax tips to Healthcare Professionals - Dr Ravi Balagani, MD
The friend of a mathematician saw him out of the office of a tax consultant. What are you doing here? asked the friend. The Professor replied, Arranging for them to do my income tax. You? The friend said You are a professor of mathematic...

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