Author: Dr. Prerna

5 Advantages for doctors of having their own website

Build An Online Presence Get people to know you. Having an online presence ensures that if someone searches for a doctor or a specialist, your name will flash on their screens. It significantly improves the chances of attracting more people or patients. Broaden your Horizon When you are good at something, why would you keep it a secret? Let the people from not only your city but throughout the country to know about how good you are and to approach you at the time of need. Reference With internet being available almost everywhere, everyone searches the web to know...

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Worked inhuman hours, still terminated: An Indian PG

This is a story of lack of compassion and simple human instincts that is missing in the government medical colleges in the country. Story of an Indian PG student that will open your eyes to the atrocities that is making our doctors leave government set ups. Its time to take notice. I am Dr. Kalpesh Harjibhai Kalsariya,I was a resident doctor at anesthesia department, GMC, Surat. I joined the department as a first year PG student on 30 September 2013.   I worked for regular hours, i.e, 36 hours of continued duty bi-weekly, 12 hours daily and 6-7 hrs...

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Medical Guideline : Scabies

Guidelines Scabies.   -Scabies is an itchy, highly contagious skin disease caused by an infestation by the itch mite Sarcoptes scabiei. -Direct skin-to-skin contact is the mode of transmission. -A severe and relentless itch is the predominant symptom of scabies. -Sexual contact is the most common form of transmission among sexually active young people, and scabies has been considered by many to be a sexually transmitted disease (STD), although not all cases are transmitted sexually. Signs and Symptoms: Skin rash composed of small red bumps and blisters that affects specific areas of the body. Other symptoms can include tiny...

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Medical Guideline : Malaria Diagnosis & Treatment

Medical Guideline : Malaria Diagnosis & Treatment 1 INTRODUCTION Malaria is one of the major public health problems of the country. India reports around one million malaria cases annually. In India, P. falciparum and P. vivax are the most common species causing malaria, their proportion being around 50% each. Plasmodium vivax is more prevalent in the plain areas, while P. falciparum predominates in forested and hilly areas. Malaria is curable if effective treatment is commenced early. Delay in treatment may lead to serious consequences including death. Prompt and effective treatment is also important for controlling the transmission of malaria....

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Medical Guideline : TB TREATMENT PRINCIPLES

 TB TREATMENT PRINCIPLES The key to stopping the spread of TB in a community is to start treating patients who are coughing up live TB bacilli as soon as possible. Apart from the public health imperative, effective treatment reduces individual morbidity and mortality. For treatment to be effective, it is crucial that the correct drugs are given for the correct period of time. PTB and EPTB are both treated in the same way. The aims of TB treatment are to: • Cure the patient of TB • Decrease transmission of TB to others • Prevent the development of acquired...

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