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Evolving technology in healthcare and nursing practice

It’s amazing to see how revolution is taking place in healthcare and we become techno oriented while delivering the patient care. If we look back to Florance Nightingale who was the founder of modern ...

Epidemiology of Fungal infection in a tertiary care hospital in northeast India: A Retrospective study

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 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...

Epidemiology and outcome of poisoned patient : A Retrospective analysis in a tertiary care hospital in northeast India

A common medical emergency is poisoning, irrespective of whether it is intentional or accidental. Poisoning is a significant global public health problem. According to WHO data, in 2012 an estimated 1...

Extra Pontine Myelinolysis: a case report

The first case of extra pontine myelinolysis was described in 1987 and before that the concept of central pontine myelinolysis was being widely used. When extra pontine myelinolysis and central pontin...

An Unusual Case Of Leptospirosis: A Case Report

Leptospirosis is a widespread and prevalent zoonotic disease. It occurs in both temperate and tropical regions; the incidence in the tropics is approximately 10 times higher than in temperate regions....

A Case of Adult-Onset Bartter’s Syndrome

Bartter’s Syndrome is characterized by renal potassium wasting with hypokalemia, metabolic alkalosis, increased renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system, normal blood pressure, resistance to the pressor e...

Acute Kidney Injury Induced by Rhabdomyolysis

The reported incidence of acute kidney injury after rhabdomyolysis is as high as 65%1 which occurs as a result of multiple mechanisms including tubular obstruction, direct and ischemic tubular injury,...

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 exsanguination occurs rapidly (median 2- 3 ...

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