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September 2020 | Vol 9 | Issue 9

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15th August - Few thoughts for future
India was not born on 15th August. India was always there and will remain so as the 'most ancient living civilization in continuity' free in spirit, despite centuries of colonizat...
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Invited Article
Drawing inference from nationwide lockdown as a response towards novel Cornavirus-19 (CoVID-19) epidemic in India
Background: Lockdown effectively can only result in relative freezing of populations that is expected to slow down the disease spread rather than zeroing it. Flattening of epidemic curve Curr...
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Telemedicine: Embracing virtual care during COVID-19 pandemic
Telemedicine and related e-health facilities facilitate care from a distance through electronic information systems. COVID-19 pandemic is establishing telemedicine in the health care delivery system...
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COVID 19 and diabetes: An endocrinologist's perspective
The clinical manifestation of COVID-19 is diverse, oscillating from mild flu-like symptoms to more severe outcome, such as acute respiratory distress syndrome, multiple organ failure, and death. Adv...
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Review Article
A systemic review of vertical transmission possibility in pregnant women with coronavirus disease 2019-positive status
An unknown pneumonia outbreak has been reported by hospitals in Wuhan, China, in late December 2019. A public health emergency of international concern announced by the World Health Organization (WH...
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