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Immunity Against Diphtheria Among Children Aged 5–17 Years i...
Lancet Infec Dis

The findings of our serosurvey indicate that a substantial proportion of children aged 5–17 years were non-immune...

22 Jan 2021

Not only Diabetes but also Prediabetes leads to Functional D...
Diabetes Care.

Prediabetes, in addition to diabetes, is associated with faster functional decline and disability, independent of...

22 Jan 2021

Association Between Environmental Air Pollution and Rheumato...
Rheumatology

We found a striking association between air pollution and RA disease severity and reactivations in a cohort of...

21 Jan 2021

Early-but Not Late-Onset Hypertension Is Related to Midlife...
Hypertension

Our results indicate that early-onset hypertension is a potent risk factor for midlife cognitive impairment. Thus,...

21 Jan 2021

Key Trials

Fixed Dose Combination of Oral Cefixime and Moxifloxacin Improves Symptoms in Lower Respiratory Tract Infections

In a real-world clinical setting, the fixed dose combination of oral cefixime (400 mg) and moxifloxacin (400 mg) was effective in improving all...

Fluticasone is Comparable to Mometasone in Alleviating Symptoms of Allergic Rhinitis

Treatment for 8 weeks with fluticasone was as effective as mometasone in patients with moderate-to-severe allergic rhinitis and resulted in a...

Colistin & β-lactams – No Significant Difference in Nephrotoxicity Study

This study highlights that colistin is erroneously blamed for nephrotoxicity and nephrotoxicity rates may be over-estimated as AKI is common in...

Zinc: Low Dose vs. High Dose for Childhood Diarrhoea

Amongst children with acute diarrhoea, low dose zinc (10 mg and 5 mg per day) was non-inferior to high dose zinc (20 mg/day) in terms of duration of...

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Effect of Zinc on Innate Immunity in Children with Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC)-Induced Diarrhea

Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC) is the major bacterial pathogen causing acute watery diarrhea in children from countries of the developing...

 
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Diagnosis of Cough at A Primary Care Setting

Diagnosis of cough poses a common dilemma during consultations at primary care settings in India. A diagnostic strategy which involve step-by-step...

 
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Allergic Rhinitis – Myths and Facts

Allergic rhinitis (AR) is a very common disease with a steadily increasing prevalence. It has a significant impact on the quality of life with a...

 
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Superficial Fungal Infections

Superficial fungal Infections are caused by dermatophytes, also known as tinea. Tinea is a common fungal infection that can affect the skin, nails...

 
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Our Publications

Emzumab (Omalizumab) Monograph

Emzumab is omalizumab 150mg powder for subcutaneous injection. This Emzumab monograph captures efficacy studies, safety data, how to reconstitute...

Favipiravir: Frequently Asked Questions

Favipiravir is a novel antiviral approved in 2014 by Japan for the treatment of novel or re-emerging pandemic influenza virus infections. In the...

Ciplenza (Favipiravir) Monograph

Favipiravir is a novel antiviral approved in 2014 by Japan for the treatment of novel or re-emerging pandemic influenza virus infections. In the...

Ciclohale (Ciclesonide) Product Monograph

Ciclesonide is a nonhalogenated synthetic ICS available in an extra fine formulation that has been approved for the treatment of persistent asthma....

Patient Education

Do’s and Don’ts While Taking Iron Supplements

Many common factors increase or decrease absorption of iron. Knowing these factors may help avoid mistakes one makes while taking iron supplements, a...

GNP - Mouthpiece versus Facemask

With the evolving science of nebulization with respect to current pandemic, using the preferred patient-device interface like mouthpiece would decrea...

GNP - Precaution during Nebulization

With the evolving science of nebulization with respect to current pandemic, adherence to nebulization is most important aspect for optimal therapy th...

GNP - Maintenance of Nebulizer

With the evolving science of nebulization with respect to current pandemic, cleaning and disinfection of nebulizer accessories after each use is the...

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