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Asbestos: Foe or Friend? - Furquan Ahmad Ansari, Iqbal Ahmad Mohd. Yunus and Qamar Rahman
Asbestos is grouped into two serpentine and amphibole. Serpentine group, which includes only chrysotile fibre, while amphibole covers actinolite, amosite, anthophyllite, crocidolite and tremolite. Asbestos is characterized as long, thin,...

Basic Medical Science Education Must Include Medical Informatics - Suptendra Nath Sarbadhikari
Originally published in: Indian J Physiol Pharmacol 2004; 48 (4): 395 – 408; Republished with Author’s permission Abstract: Medical Informatics is the science and art of processing medical information. In this age of “I...

Basic of Electrophorosis (An Emerging Tool For Bio - Medical Researchers) - Deepshikha Tewari
The phenomenon of the migration of charged particle in the influence of electrical field is termed as Electrophoresis. It is one the powerful means of separating proteins and other bio-molecules such as DNA, RNA etc. PRNCIPLE & THEOR...

Bharat Ratna Dr BC Roy
July is month of great pride and honour to all Allopathic Doctors, especially IMA Members. July 1 is celebrated as Doctor’s Day in memory of Birth and Death Anniversary of the Doyen of Medical Profession Dr Bidan Chandra Roy. His l...

Biophysical-Semeiotic Dyslipidaemic Constitution - Sergio Stagnaro
Introduction A part from its inflammatory, infectious, degenerative, metabolic, neoplastic nature, a disease arises and evolves in relation to the individual constitution, since environmental factor, surely important, interacts with gene...

Bony Ankylosis of Temporomandibular Joint - Mahdi Hasan, S. Shukla, C.S. Saimbi and A. Sahai
Bony Ankylosis of the Temporomandibular Joint: Morphology, Orthopantomography, Craniometry and CT Scan Craniofacial morphology is the study of dynamic relationships among various craniofacial skeletal components, which is influenced by ...

Brachial Plexus Injuries - Dr. Ashok K. Gupta
Projecting for a useful rehabilitation following Brachial Plexus Injury is one of the most demanding surgical designs. Advent of microsurgical techniques has made Brachial Plexus more accessible surgically, than it used to be a couple of...

Casulty and Emergency Services - V.L. Satesh, G. Gururaj
Assessment of Facilities at Casulty and Emergency Services in Hospitals at Bangalore Introduction Bangalore is one of the fastest growing cities in India. It is located in Karnataka state and has a population of 4.5 million (1991 census)...

Cataract Surgery and IOL Implantation in Children - Dr.P.Mishra
Aim In search of better technique for management of childhood cataract a comparative study comprising lensectomy, ECCE and scleral tunnel surgery was undertaken. The objectives are to evaluate the techniques of, visual outcome and compli...

Clinical engineers should be a part of medical equipment dept - Dr Narendranath V
A study conducted in district hospital near New Delhi in early 90s about availability and utilization of equipment showed the following results. There was short fall of 25.9 per cent requirement for equipment compared to standard require...

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