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Epidemiology of Fungal infection in a tertiary care hospital in Northeast India: A Retrospective Study [PART II]

Invassive fungal infection is a common problem faced in ICU’s of all over the world.If we went back to history, It started in 1835 by the discovery of a mould , beauvariabassiana by Agostino Bassi. Th...

Evaluation of Diagnostic Accuracy in Emergency Department and role of clinical, point of care testing and imaging in it in a tertiary care teaching hospital in northeast India.

Emergency department involves challenging care for undifferentiated and unexpected patients with critical illnesses or injuries requiring immediate medical attention. It has a vital role in triaging t...

Evaluation of ICU mortality in a tertiary care hospital in northeast India

Intensive care unit is a highly dynamic area of a hospital with the sickest patient being managed very intensively. But beacause of super severity of illness the mortality rate is also significantly h...

Snake Bite Protocol – An Indian Perspective

Snakebite cases are not unusual to ED visit across the globe. Snakebite is an acute life-threatening time limiting medical emergency. It is a preventable public health hazard often faced by rural popu...

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