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To compare efficacy of 3% saline administered by pressure driven nebuliser Vs ultrasonic nebuliser in patients of Bronchiolitis
Abstract : OBJECTIVE: To compare efficacy of pressure driven nebuliser vs ultrasonic nebuliser in management of Bronchiolitis using 3% saline as nebulising solution . DESIGN: Prospective randomised control trial . SETTING: Tertiary care teaching hospital in Pune . PARTICIPANTS: 75 children with clinical diagnosis of Bronchiolitis..
Liver Functions as a marker of severity of disease in children with Dengue fever
Abstract : Objective : To study liver function in dengue infection and to correlate it with the severity of disease . Follow up liver function studied at discharge . Design : prospective cross sectional study. Methods: Fifty patients admitted with clinical diagnosis of dengue at D. Y. Patil medical college Pune were included and ..
Across wrist external fixation for distal radius fractures in adults
Abstract: Distal radius fractures , closed or open , are common upper limb injuries . Many classifications help understand them from different perspectives including correlations and comparisons between various management modalities , their outcome , complications etc . Over a period of 5 years 32 adults with 35 distal radius fr..
Immediate and early injuries associated with traumatic posterior hip dislocation: A retrospective study.
Abstract: Traumatic dislocation and fracture-dislocation of the hip is an orthopaedic emergency. A delay in recognition and reduction leads to grave complications and morbidity. We undertook a retrospective study of 1 year and found 37 patients with posterior dislocation of the hip. Hospital records were studied for immediate an..
A Rare Case of Hepatitis E Induced Viral Thyroiditis
Abstract : We report a one of its kind case of a 26-year-old Gentleman, who had initially presented to our hospital with acute symptoms of viral hepatitis. Initial laboratory studies done revealed an elevated liver function test with an elevated Anti-HEV serology and thus the patient was diagnosed and managed for Viral Hepatitis ..
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Impact of hygienic caring of the umbilical cord in the prevention of neonatal tetanus
Abstract: Background: Neonatal tetanus (NNT) remains among the leading causes of deaths among neonates in the developing countries with a recorded 130,000 neonatal deaths in 2004. In addition to immunizing pregnant women with 3 doses of tetanus toxoid vaccine, hygienic delivery of the newborn and caring of the umbilical cord are..
Improving esthetics to improve behavior through enhancing phonetics
Abstract : Denture characterization according to individual clinical findings has seen an upsurge in the recent decade with advances in techniques and dental materials. Increased aesthetic demands of the geriatric patients have in turn contributed to fuller understanding of psychosocial factors associated with denture aesthetics...
Herpes Simplex Virus-Associated Dermatitis with Either High or Normal IgE Responded Well to Antiviral Therapy: A Study of 787 Quick-Tzanck-Test-Positive Patients
Abstract: Background: The overall age-adjusted seroprevalence of herpes simplex virus(HSV) type 1 is 62.6% and of HSV type 2 is 17%. If a test could diagnose more than HSV immunoglobin G-positive patients, at least these serologically positive patients will benefit from antiviral agents, as do patients with HSV-associated erythe..
Diabetes mellitus: a complete ancient and modern historical perspective
Abstract : Diabetes mellitus is one of medical conditions that have been extensively investigated. Despite these enormous developments cure for diabetes still remains virtual. The history is backdated to the Egyptian antiquity. As the history became unravelled with regard to the pathophysiological and biochemical bases, medical a..
Old un reduced posteromedial elbow dislocation: A rare case report
Abstract : Posteromedial elbow dislocation is a rare injury when compared to posterolateral elbow dislocations.In developing countries like India old unreduced dislocations are not uncommon due to lack of medical facilities in villages. When elbow dislocation are old, management options include conservative, closed or open reduct..
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