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November  2016 |
 Vol 60 | Issue 11

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The mandatory regulations from the Medical Council of India: Facts, opinions and prejudices
The need to improve the doctor: patient ratio in India as per the world standards led to the Government of India launching various initiatives and encourage the establishment of new medical colleges t...
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Special Article
Faculty promotions in medical institutions in India: Can we improve the criteria?
Research publications are desirable for academic promotion in medical colleges as per the current rules of the Medical Council of India (MCI). These rules reflect an endeavour to improve the academic ...
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Critical incidents in paediatric anaesthesia: A prospective analysis over a 1 year period
Background and Aims: Critical incident reporting helps to identify errors and formulate preventive strategies. Many countries have existing national reporting systems. Such a system is yet to b...
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Ultrasonography - A viable tool for airway assessment
Background and Aims: Accurate prediction of the Cormack-Lehane (CL) grade preoperatively can help in better airway management of the patient during induction of anaesthesia. Our a...
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Effect of melatonin on duration of delirium in organophosphorus compound poisoning patients: A double-blind randomised placebo controlled trial
Background and Aims: Organophosphate compound poisoning (OPCP) is associated with high incidence of delirium. Melatonin has been tried in the treatment of delirium and has shown a beneficial ef...
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