February 2020
Special Feature
KK Aggarwal

It’s Not New

Every decade, a zoonotic coronavirus crosses species that infect humans and in this decade, we have a virus, called 2019-nCoV, first identified i.... READ MORE


Opinion
KK Aggarwal

It’s the time for the Homoeopaths all over the world to join the fight against coronavirus and show that the concept of nosodes works.

Modern medicine uses vaccines for preven.... READ MORE


From the Desk of Group Editor in Chief
KK Aggarwal

40,553 confirmed cases in 28 countries; 910 deaths

Serious cases: 6,484; New cases: 296; Cases severity: 82% mild, 15% severe, 3% cr.... READ MORE


Medifinance
KK Aggarwal

PAN/Aadhaar rules for AY 2020: As per Section 139A(5B), it is obligatory for employers (who are responsible for deducting tax at source) to quote PAN or Aadhaar number as the case may be, of the persons from whose income tax .... READ MORE


CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
ESICON 2019

21-24th November, 2019| Hotel Le Meridien, Nagpur

Artificial Intelligence in Diabetes Mellitus

Dr KM Prasanna Kumar, Bengaluru, Karnataka


AROUND THE GLOBE

Stepped-up Efforts Needed to Fight Pneumonia

Scaling up pneumonia-related interventions could save the lives of nearly 9 million children over the next decade, the .... READ MORE


Spiritual Update
KK Aggarwal
  • This involves principles of time management and some Vedic principles.
  • The first thing to do is to make a checklist of all the pending work by writing it down and re-categorizing them depending upon the urgency and importance. READ MORE

Lighter reading
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HUMOR

How does Juliet maintain a constant body temperature?

Through “Romeostasis!”

What did one cell say to his sister cell when she stepped on his toe?

Ouch, &ldquo.... READ MORE


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Inspirational Story

When you see geese flying along in “V” formation, you might consider what science has discovered as to why they fly that way. As each bird flaps its wings, it creates uplift for the bird immediately. By fly.... READ MORE


MEDICAL VOICE FOR POLICY CHANGE
KK Aggarwal

New Study Claims to have Found Root of Fatal Malaria Infection

The common fact about the disease is that the parasites carried and spread by Anopheles mosquito bite.... READ MORE


Clinical Study
Rekha NH, Mohan Kumar C

Abstract

Abnormalities in hematological indices are frequently encountered in cirrhosis of liver. Multiple causes contribute to the occurrence of hematological abno.... READ MORE


Clinical Study
Jyoti Yadav, Sneh Lata Garg

Abstract

The present study was conducted in 30 Indian healthy females. Peak expiratory flow rate (PEFR) was measured by Wright’s peak flow meter in standing p.... READ MORE


Clinical Study
Mayank Jain, M Srinivas, Jayanthi Venkataraman

Abstract

Background: There is scarce data from India on symptom correlation in patients undergoing ambulatory 24-hour pH monitoring. Aim: READ MORE


Clinical Study
Rajendra Singh Jain, Jaydeep Kumar Sharma

Abstract

Introduction: Cervical angina is one of the commonly unnoticed causes of chest pain with frequent presentation in cardiology outpatient de.... READ MORE


Clinical Study
NS Sengar, Nipun Gupta, Nandita Prabhat

Abstract

Background: There is considerable overlap in the symptoms related to hypothyroidism and advanced chronic kidney disease (CKD), but little .... READ MORE


Clinical Study
Shashidhar G, Suraj R Bhutada, Manjunath U, Prashanth GK, Vinodh

Abstract

Background: Magnesium deficiency is proposed factor in pathogenesis of diabetic complications. Hypomagnesemia can be both a cause and cons.... READ MORE


Case Report
Himanshu Thakkar

Abstract

Cases of foreign body in nasopharynx are rarely encountered as they present with vague set of symptoms. We encountered a 1½-year-old female child wi.... READ MORE


Case Report
Mahesh Dave, Shubham Kumar Sharma, Jitendra Singh Chaudhary

Abstract

Dengue fever is a vector-borne disease, transmitted by female mosquito Aedes aegypti. The common symptoms may be in the form of high-grade fever, .... READ MORE


Case Report
Ankesh Gupta, Ajit Gupta

Abstract

Syncope or dizziness is defined as a transient, self-limited loss of consciousness with an inability to maintain postural tone that is followed by spontane.... READ MORE


Case Report
Y Ghosh, R Arora

Abstract

Eitel first described omental torsion in 1899. Omental torsion is rarely diagnosed preoperatively. Knowledge of this pathology is important to the surgeon .... READ MORE


Case Report
Sandeep Nathanael David, Suresh Samuel David

Abstract

Pulmonary embolism (PE) is one of the leading causes of undiagnosed deaths in patients worldwide due to its unpredictable clinical course and mimicry of va.... READ MORE


Case Report
Sunthari Rajkumar, Vijayakumar N, Nanjilkumaran A, Umarani R

Abstract

Introduced as pieces of wires in the early 18th century, the electrocardiograph (ECG) machine has become an important clinical bedside tool. This easily av.... READ MORE


Review Article
Avinash Shankar, Shubham, Amresh Shankar, Anuradha Shankar

Abstract

Background: Ascaris lumbricoides infestation is the most prevalent parasitic infection among the children in tropical and developing countries but.... READ MORE


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