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May-August 2020| Vol 13| Issue 2
Safety of health-care workers during COVID-19 times
As on May 20, 2020, 4,999,235 persons have tested positive for the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), and 325,125 have succumbed to the deceased; 1,970,686 have recovered across the globe, and in ...
Acute kidney injury in patients with COVID-19
INTRODUCTION: An outbreak of a coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) was noted in December 2019, affecting Wuhan city, Hubei Province, in China. It soon spread to other areas across the world. ...
Molecular description of fibroblast growth factor and mechanisms by which fibroblast growth factor-21 mediating biological actions and acting as a biologic biomarker of cardiovascular diseases
Fibroblast growth factor (FGF) family members are mostly secreted as signaling proteins with diverse functions in development and metabolism. FGFs can be classified as intracellular, paracrine, and ...
Should the AYUSH doctors be underutilized at subhealth centers under Ayushman Bharat while they prove effective at higher facilities under National Health Mission?
AYUSH systems of medicine are the six different indigenous systems of medicine prevalent and practiced in India. Postindependence, these individualized and healer-based systems got government patron...
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Evaluation of knowledge and perceptions among medical undergraduate students toward novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Southern Haryana, India: A cross-sectional study
BACKGROUND: The year 2019–2020 has seen a worldwide pandemic resulting from corona virus disease 2019 (COVID-19), which can result in illnesses ranging from the common cold to severe ac...
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