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Management of cardiac emergencies in a rural setup

Author: Dr. Robin Pinto, MBBS, MD, DM (Cardiology) Introduction Cardiovascular emergencies are a life-threatening disorders   that  must  be  recognized  immediately  to avoid delay in treatment and to minimize morbidity and mortality. Patients may present with severe...

How to save a new born in a low cost settings

Author:  Dr. Armida Fernandez, MD, DCH (Paed.) A neonate experiences rapid change of physiology at birth and during the initial few days of life. This is the period when many infants would fall sick and may even die. Care at birth and during first few days of life is...

Acute Trauma Care in Orthopaedics

Author:  Dr. Dylan Goveas, MS (Ortho) Introduction: More than 60 percent of injuries involve the musculoskeletal system, and more than half of hospitalized trauma patients have at least one musculoskeletal injury that could be life threatening, limb threatening, or...

Management of Sepsis

Author: Dr. Lipeeka Parulekar,  MD (Gen. Med) Sepsis, severe sepsis and septic shock are terms used to describe the body’s systemic response to infection. Severe sepsis is one of the most important causes of morbidity, increased length of hospitalization as well as...

Hysteroscopy

Author: Dr. Kevin Quadros (MBBS – MD OBGY) It is a technique in which a telescope is introduced into the cervical canal and uterine cavity for visualization of the endocervical canal &uterine cavity. Fibroptically transmitted light provides illumination. The...

Emerging ethical issues in health care

Author: Rev. Dr. Stephen Fernandez Introduction The newspapers is daily flooded with many issues that challenge human dignity in the field of bio-medical ethics from womb to tomb. I will expose two such issues, one on cloning and the second one on surrogacy. Research...