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October-December 2017 | Vol 6 | Issue 4

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Editorial
Addressing the escalating burden of chronic diseases in India: Need for strengthening primary care
The growing epidemic of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) has impacted the national health systems, policies, and socioeconomic developments, thereby leading to increasing country level disparities. D...
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CME
Primary immunodeficiencies for general practitioners – making a difference in diagnosing severe illness
PIDs are heterogeneous disorders caused by hereditary genetic defects of the immune system. The immune system normally helps the body fight off infections by germs/'micro-organisms' such as ...
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Review Article
Errors of insulin therapy: Real-life experiences from developing world
A significant bulk of people living with diabetes is on insulin therapy aiming for satisfactory glycemic control and resultant reduction in vascular complications of diabetes. Insulin undoubtedly is...
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Family Medicine Exchange
Diversity in family medicine: The art of thinking independently together – Reflections on the RCGP exchange 2016
This narrative summarizes the reflections of a UK conference exchange experience of four young general practitioners (GPs) from Peru, Portugal, Italy, and Pakistan. This article was written after pa...
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Original Article
Assessment of menstrual hygiene among reproductive age women in South-west Delhi
Background: The issue of menstrual hygiene is inadequately acknowledged in our nation. The use of sanitary pads and washing the genital area are essential practices for good menstrual hygiene...
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