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Consumer Protection Act and the Medical Profession - N.Satyanarayana, G. Vijaya Kumar
Introduction Charaks’s oath (1000 B.C) and Hippocratic oath (460 B.C.) illustrates the duties and responsibilities of the persons who adopt the Noble profession of Medicine. "However, the events, which have been taking place i...

Counselling in HIV Infection
Introduction Counselling is face to face communication by which you can help the person make decisions and act on them. It aims at preventing transmission of HIV infection and providing psychological support to those already affected. Co...

Cross Sectional Anatomy - Dr Ramachandrappa
Relevance of Cross Sectional Anatomy in Diagnostic and Therapeutic Measures “Man’s World has always been grounded upon his body as its center, from it and its necessities he has circled out and learned what he knows about the...

Dental Implants - Prof. Dr. B. Srinivasan
Introduction: Replacement of teeth require the fitting of artificial set of removable partial or complete dentures or crowns and bridges. Attempts have been made sucessfully by using dental implants as root analogues for tooth replacemen...

Diabetic Constitution - Stagnaro Sergio
Primary Prevention of Diabetes Mellitus Type II (NIDDM) (From the book, in advanced preparation: "*Semeiotica Biofisica. Microangiologia Clinica* ", with some modifications) Due to the use of Biophysical Semeiotics in day-to-da...

Diffuse Axonal injury and Hypoxic Brain Damage in Craniocerebral Trauma - Dr Jacob P Alappat, Dr. Sujith Sreenivas, Dr M R
Introduction The most important mechanism of primary brain damage in head injury is Diffuse Axonal Injury and the most important mechanism of Secondary brain damage is Hypoxic Brain Injury. Even though the clinical setting may be helpful...

Doctors should use their own emblem: The staff with two snakes - Dr K K Aggarwal
The recent controversy whether or not doctors can use the Red Cross sign has brought about the need to understand the deeper meaning behind the doctor’s emblem. Doctors are required to use this original emblem: The staff with two s...

Donor Motivation and Retention - Dr. Deepika Chatterjee
Types of blood donors: There are basically 3 types of blood donors: Family or family replacement donors. Paid commercial or professional donors Voluntary, non remunerated donors. Family or family replacement donor is a donor who giv...

Dry Eye Management - Dr. R. Kumar
Dry eye is a rising menace of modern day living in pollution and stress and is the commonest problem of eye. Most of us have suffered from dry eye one time or the other. One has to suspect dry eye from the symptoms/history, since the pat...

Duties of Nurses
Duties and Responsibilities of Staff Nurses and Nursing sisters Objectives: Lists own responsibilities and that of staff nurses. Lists the tasks and activities required to fulfill each responsibility. Identifies areas of job responsi...

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