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Dec 2019 | Vol 8 | Issue 12

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Death of a doctor - Ek Doctor Ki Maut—Time to boost the ailing and failing public health system in India
Recently, Dr Deben Dutta who was volunteering at a tea estate in the Assam state of India was beaten to death by a strong mob of 250 persons. Earlier a junior doctor was grievously injured leaving a...
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Evidence Based Summary
A qualitative study of facilitators and barriers to cardiovascular risk factor control in a semiurban population in India
Cardiovascular (CV) risk factors like diabetes and hypertension are poorly controlled in both rural and urban India. This study was designed to identify the reasons for suboptimal control in a semiu...
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Review Article
The role of bisphosphonates in orthodontic tooth movement—A review
The present study has reviewed and put insights on the reports and recent literatures confined to the effects of bisphosphonate (BP) medication on orthodontic tooth movement (OTM). Pharmacological a...
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Opinion Paper
Inequality and the future of healthcare
To protect our masses, primary care institutes were developed in many countries, all over the globe. In the previous era, labour was valuable to produce crops and protect native countries from enemi...
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Review Article
Management of multiple traumas in emergency medicine department: A review
One of the main causes of adults' disability during their working age is multiple trauma. The process of medical care of patients who are injured seriously is still a challenging job. The primar...
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