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July-September 2019| Vol 17| Issue 3

Original Article

A prospective study to determine the clinical profile of patients suspected to have acute intestinal obstruction in the emergency department

Background: Acute intestinal obstruction (AIO) is a surgical emergency, with its varied symptomatology and presentation, and diagnosing it is always a challenge to the emergency physician. This...


Original Article

To identify newer probable risk factors of chronic kidney disease in the indian population: A case–control study

Introduction: This study was conducted to identify unknown factors which may have been contributing to the increasing incidence of chronic kidney disease (CKD) in the Indian population. Mate...


Original Article

A retrospective study on the profile of long bone injuries in trauma patients presenting to emergency department

Background: Trauma is one of the major causes of long bone injuries in India. This study was done to improve the understanding of the mode of trauma, type of injury and severity and outcome of ...


Review Article

Venomous snakebites: Management and anti-snake venom

In the Indian subcontinent, the “Big four” snakes of cobra, krait, Russell's viper, and saw-scaled viper are responsible for most of the venomous snakebites. Diagnosing envenomation is...


Review Article

Diuretic-induced dyselectrolytemia and its clinical implications

Diuretics are the most important and commonly used therapeutic agent in daily clinical practice, particularly in edematous states and hypertension. They increase urinary sodium and water losses by dim...


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