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October-December 2018 | Vol 9 | Issue  4 Table ofContents RSS Feed
Editorial
Drug-resistant tuberculosis – A ticking time bomb!
Srikanth Krishnamurthy
Historical evidence suggests that tuberculosis (TB) is probably the most significant challenge ever imposed on humankind by nature. Many millenniums without specific therapy for TB have recorded catas...
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Effect of telmisartan on blood pressure in patients of type 2 diabetes with or without complications
Pradeep Gadge, Roshani Gadge, Nikita Paralkar, Preeti Jain, Vrunda Tanna
Introduction: Telmisartan is one of the preferred choices of antihypertensive in patients of diabetes with hypertension (HTN) and lowers blood pressure (BP) effectively. Objective: The ...
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Comparison of efficacy and safety of topical 1% nadifloxacin and tretinoin 0.025% combination therapy with 1% clindamycin and tretinoin 0.025% combination therapy in patients of mild-to-moderate acne
Swapnil Narayan Deshmukh, Vandana Avinash Badar, Manali Mangesh Mahajan, D Sujata Dudhgaonkar, Dharmendra Mishra
Background: Topical retinoids in combination with antimicrobials have been proven to reduce acne lesions faster and to a greater degree than antimicrobial therapy alone . Aims and Objectiv...
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Evaluation of treatment outcome and adverse drug reaction of directly observed treatment (DOT) plus regimen in multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) patients at district tuberculosis centre Rajkot
Kiran Gordhanbhai Piparva, Gaurav Jansari, Anil P Singh
Background: The emergence of drug-resistant mycobacteria becomes a significant public health problem globally creating an obstacle to effective tuberculosis (TB) control. Gujarat, Maharashtra, ...
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