May 2021
Observational Study
Mahesh Dave, Manasvin Sareen, Yash Shah, Sahil Kharbanda, Aniruddha Burli

Abstract

Background: In December 2019, a new respiratory tract infecting agent emerged in Wuhan city of China, known as the coronavirus. There are .... READ MORE


Brief Communication
Sanchit Tiwari, PK Kar, BV Murlimanju, Amit Agrawal

Patient administration, laboratories and accounts handle large volumes of numeric data and the revolution in the field of information and technology (IT) has made the clinical activities involving calculations much eas.... READ MORE


From the Desk of Group Editor in Chief
KK Aggarwal

AHA/ASA: Treat All Patients with Suspected CVST Due to a COVID-19 Vaccine with Nonheparin Anticoagulants

The American Heart Association (AHA)/American Stroke Associ.... READ MORE


MEDICOLEGAL
KK Aggarwal

Yes, the treatment can be carried on by the MBBS doctor, even if the specialist visits the patient 1 or 2 times. Further, as per the provisions of Regulation 3.6 of the Indian Medical Council (Professional Cond.... READ MORE


AROUND THE GLOBE

Link Between AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine, Rare Blood Clots Plausible, Says WHO Committee

The World Health Organization (WHO) Global Advisory Committee on Vaccine S.... READ MORE


Spiritual Update
KK Aggarwal

Religious beliefs may have a powerful influence on the health of our patients, and we need to know about them. A large and growing number of studies have shown a direct relationship between religious involvement and po.... READ MORE


Lighter reading
IJCP

HUMOR

Traffic Court

A New York man was forced to take a day off from work to appear for a minor traffic summon. He grew increasingly restless as he waited hour after endless hour for his case to b.... READ MORE


Inspirational Story
IJCP

During the mid-1950s when I was a kid, my dad worked in a furniture shop at Spadina and Queen in Downtown Toronto. Sometimes, I got to go to the shop with him and I made a bit of pocket change running to the restaurant and getting coffee for every.... READ MORE


MEDICAL VOICE FOR POLICY CHANGE
IJCP

CMAAO Coronavirus Facts and Myth Buster

Minutes of Virtual Meeting of CMAAO NMAs on “Will Surge in Cases in India Affect the Neighboring Countries?&rd.... READ MORE


Pictorial CME
BV Nagabhushana Rao

Case Presentation

A 58-year-old female patient consulted us for her diabetes control. She was a known diabetic for the last 18 years and had been on insulin injecti.... READ MORE



Original Article
Parwinder Kaur, Silky Mahajan, Kanwal Masih

Abstract

Background: Tuberculous lymphadenitis is the most common form of extrapulmonary tuberculosis. Fine-needle aspiration cytology of lymph node for its diagnosis is simple and safe. Conventional Ziehl.... READ MORE


Clinical Study
Wimpie Pangkahila, AAAN Susraini, Rajesh Kumawat, Abdul Rehman

Abstract

Introduction: Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the failure to achieve or maintain the penile erection for sufficient satisfactory sexual perfo.... READ MORE


Clinical Study
Archana Jorige, Lohitha B, Lavanya Sl

Abstract

Background: Rational prescribing for children is very essential as there is increased risk from the use of medicines in them due to multip.... READ MORE


Clinical Study
Sunita Chandra, Suhani Chandra

Abstract

Background: The objective of this study was to appraise counseling intervention for infertile patients. Methods: One hund.... READ MORE


Case Report
Virendra Kr Goyal, Jitesh Aggarwal, Manan Dave, Rootik Patel

Abstract

Scrub typhus or bush typhus or tsutsugamushi disease is a mite-borne acute febrile illness caused by Gram-negative intracellular organism Orientia tsut.... READ MORE


Case Report
CJ Selvakumar, Shraddha Laxmidhar Mohanty, V Sadeeshkumar, N Shobana

Abstract

Introduction: Out of all the painful conditions, headache is one of most common cause of patients coming to hospital. Usually few patients.... READ MORE


Case Report
Mahesh Dave, Aniruddha Burli, Ramit Singh Pala, Sahil Kharbanda, Manasvin Sareen

Abstract

Ethylene dibromide (EDB) is a commercially available fumigant used as a pesticide. Its toxicity may develop from poisoning after ingestion. It principally .... READ MORE


Original Research
Amit Kumar, VN Jha

Abstract

Introduction: Acute and severe electrolyte imbalances can manifest with seizures, which may be the sole presenting symptom. Seizures are m.... READ MORE


Review Article
Rekha Rani, Shikha Singh, Ashwani Nigam, Asha, Sangita Sahu

Abstract

Thyroid disease is the second most common endocrine disorder affecting women of reproductive age, and when untreated during pregnancy, is associated with a.... READ MORE


Review Article
Neethu Poulose, Anil Antony, Sreelakshmi Sreedhar, Anil Babu

Understanding Evolution of Resistant Strains in Recent Decades and Approach Towards Antibiotic Therapy

Abstract

Developing resistance to antibiotics is a natural process, and a rising threat to hum.... READ MORE


Short communication
Ezequiel GarcĂ­a-Ballestas, Luis Rafael Moscote-Salazar, Amit Agrawal

Studies suggest that there is a link between temperature decline from the highest of the previous day (TDP) to the lowest of the event day with the incidence of subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH).1 The impact of .... READ MORE


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