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Case Report on Intra Ventricular Colistin

Patients who are suffering from meningitis or have developed meningitis/Ventriculitis post operatively with culture sensitive pathogens sometimes do not respond adequately or show signs of improvement...

Case Report on Melioidosis

Melioidosis or Whitemore disease is caused by a motile, aerobic non spore forming bacillus called Burkholderia Pseudomallei. It is highly infectious by inhalation and resistant to routine antibiotics....

Surviving Sepsis Campaign 2021 : Summary

Isolated lateral STEMI is less common, but may be produced by occlusion of smaller branch arteries that supply the lateral wall, e.g. the first diagonal branch (D1) of the LAD, the obtuse marginal bra...

Comparative In Vitro Analysis of Meropenem Vs Biapenem

Isolated lateral STEMI is less common, but may be produced by occlusion of smaller branch arteries that supply the lateral wall, e.g. the first diagonal branch (D1) of the LAD, the obtuse marginal bra...

Coconut Oil with Oxygen Therapy Vs Standard Therapy For Treatment Of Bedsore In A Tertiary Care Centre In North East India

Isolated lateral STEMI is less common, but may be produced by occlusion of smaller branch arteries that supply the lateral wall, e.g. the first diagonal branch (D1) of the LAD, the obtuse marginal bra...

Levonadifloxacin in atypical pneumonia: A Case Report

Isolated lateral STEMI is less common, but may be produced by occlusion of smaller branch arteries that supply the lateral wall, e.g. the first diagonal branch (D1) of the LAD, the obtuse marginal bra...

Bougie modification of percutaneous dilatational tracheostomy

Isolated lateral STEMI is less common, but may be produced by occlusion of smaller branch arteries that supply the lateral wall, e.g. the first diagonal branch (D1) of the LAD, the obtuse marginal bra...

Case Report – A Case of Hematotoxic Snake Bite and Requirement of ASV Without Bleeding Despite Deranged Coagulation

Isolated lateral STEMI is less common, but may be produced by occlusion of smaller branch arteries that supply the lateral wall, e.g. the first diagonal branch (D1) of the LAD, the obtuse marginal bra...

Central Fever – Is it so rare??? – a review article

Central fever (CF) is defined as elevated temperature with no identifiable cause. It is basically a non –infectious source of fever in patients with traumatic brain injury.