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July-September 2017| Vol 15| Issue 3

Editorial

Diabetes mellitus: The responsibility of the generalist and specialist

[INLINE:1] Diabetes mellitus can no longer be thought to be just a monothematic disorder, and is a disease that encompasses a vast and complex milieu of symptoms and complications which floods the ...


Clinical Queries

Clinical questions: Responses to clinical queries from readers: HbA1C

Question 1 At a peripheral hospital setup where laboratory results may be doubtful, how specific and sensitive is HbA1c to indicate glycemic control? Is HbA1c reliable in a patient with low hemoglobi...


Clinical Queries

Clinical questions: Responses to clinical queries from readers: Chikungunya

Question 2 What can be done to patients who had chikungunya and now suffering from severe pain in metacarpophalangeal, metatarsal joints, wrist elbow, and shoulder? This pain is quite disabling as th...


Clinical Queries

Clinical questions: Responses to clinical queries from readers: Procalcitonin in Sepsis

Question 3 What would be a reliable marker(s) of sepsis? Many are depending on procalcitonin in treatment of high-grade fever, is it a reliable marker of sepsis? What is the role of ulinastain (whic...


Review Article

Oral antidiabetic agents: Recently available novel oral antidiabetic agents in India: Aclinical review

Oral anti-diabetic agents form an important therapeutic strategy in the management of diabetes, after lifestyle modification. There are several new agents available, like dipeptidyl peptidase 4 (DPP...


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