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Intractable seizures and role of Thiopentone infusion in post craniotomy for active gliotic lesion

Intractable status epilepticus not responding to conventional pharmacotherapy after residual tumor debridement and cranioplasty. Such refractory status epilepti...

Do’s And Don’t in Nephrology

With the invention of current medical tools and machineries the utilization of clinical judgment sometimes takes a back seat in our day to days practice. We as ...

Rosuvastatin Induced Rhabdomyolysis

The statins are the most effective and best-tolerated agents for treating dyslipidemia. These drugs are competitive inhibitors of 3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl coe...

Validation of Disease Injury Severity Score (DISS)- A newer scoring system for prognostication in ED

Emergency Department is a dynamic environment. The treatment and evaluation usually went hand in hand. People used to be very anxious about their patients. To p...

Auto-immunedisorder as a cause of Pyrexia of unknown origin- A Case Report

80 years old man, known case of CKD , type 2 DM , hypertension presented with complaints of fever . After initial stabilization, routine investigations were sen...

Etiology of Community Acquired Pneumonia: Changing with time

Respiratory tract infections are the most frequent of all the infections and account for the large number of workdays lost in the general population. Among them...

Managing Pressure Ulcer, A Quality Improvement Project

Credibly drive viral infrastructures through enterprise internal or "organic" sources. Dynamically drive dynamic web services vis-a-vis synergistic niches. Uniq...

NAT- the great wall of safety in blood transfusion

Blood transfusion is considered one of the most important therapies in modern-day medical science and most of the time it serves as a lifesaving drug. It is est...

Coagulopathy in Trauma

Worldwide ten percent of death are due to trauma, greater than that of HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria combined. In contrast to other causes of trauma, death exs...