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Mandaviya to Congratulate Top 25 NEET-PG Medical Course Holders

New Delhi: Union Health Minister Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya will congratulate and engage in conversation with the top 25 NEET-PG exam scorers for medical and dental courses on Thursday evening.The event will take place on the eve of National Doctors Day, which is celebrated annually on July 1. In medical schools across the country, many events […]

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300-level medical student emerges one-day VC from Bowen University, kicks off project – The Sun Nigeria

From Lateef Dada, Osogbo A 300-level Department of Medicine and Surgery at Bowen University, Iwo, Osun State, Iyanuoluwa Odedeji, was appointed as a one-day Vice Chancellor on Wednesday. The new vice-chancellor also has Motunrayo Odusanya and Similoluwa Adeyemo as deputies. Odedeji, who served as vice-chancellor in the university’s Senate meeting, ate breakfast in the vice-chancellor’s […]

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Saskatchewan HIV and HCV education program continues at USask College of Medicine – News

The education program helps address the complexities that determine rates of sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections (STBBIs) in Saskatchewan and their impact on patient care. Content will include clinical treatment and infection management and will feature the involvement of experienced HIV/HCV care providers, organizations and community members to create made-in-Saskatchewan solutions to the environment and […]

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Treat dental caries on the root of the tooth with herbal medicine

The antimicrobial capacity against S. mutans biofilms was investigated using a Calgary biofilm device coated with collagen (CFU and Live/Dead Confocal). Collagenases from Clostridium histolyticum, Porphyromonas gingivalis and S. mutants were used to assess anti-collagenolytic activity. The biocompatibility of the two compounds with human dental pulp stromal cells (HDPSC) was studied in 3 different donors […]

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Awards and Honors: Summer 2022 | News from the Department of Medicine

Stanford awards for 2021-22 academic year include many DOM faculty and residents Congratulations to over 40 recipients of awards for excellence in teaching, patient care, etc., recently presented by Stanford Medicine in recognition of their outstanding contributions during the 2021-2022 academic year. See the partial list (including several of our DOM colleagues) below. Tracy RydelMD, […]

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When healing takes more than drugs – News

When Jesse Schmidt (Psychology ’21, MIB ’22) enrolled in a fall 2019 course on spirituality and health care, she had no idea how powerful the connection between the two could be. She would soon find out firsthand. Schmidt has worked for a “telephone friends” service, speaking with people across the country struggling with debilitating illnesses […]

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Cancer Medicine News: “First time in history”; Cancer Disappears From Every Patient’s Body During Drug Trial |

NEW DELHI: In what appears to be a miracle and a “first in history”, a small clinical trial has revealed that every rectal cancer patient who received experimental treatment found that their cancer had disappeared. According to the New York Times, in the small clinical trial run by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, 18 patients […]

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How to keep pets healthy and happy this summer

Summer is here and North Carolina is feeling the heat. With rising temperatures and humidity, Steve MarksAssociate Dean and Director of Veterinary Medical Services at NC State College of Veterinary Medicine and Veterinary Hospital, does not want your outdoor activity to include an emergency visit to the veterinarian. “Pets can suffer from heatstroke, dehydration, and […]

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ER Goddess: Gender Bias Knows No Boundaries : Emergency Medicine News

Figure: gender bias, women in EM, gender equality Figure I went from tourist mode to EP mode when my son collapsed in the Eiffel Tower. We watched the man at the macaron counter arrange a rainbow of sweets while we waited for his sign to say “open”. My bored teenagers started bickering, and an […]

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Quick reference : Symptoms: Loss of peripheral vision and… : Emergency Medicine News

Figure: loss of vision, headache Figure Figure A 40-year-old man presented with peripheral vision loss. A severe headache three days earlier had woken him up, but his pain had eased with ibuprofen. His headache was completely gone, but he continued to have vision loss and was bumping into things on his right side. His […]

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Clinical Pearl: How to Recognize a Bilateral Thalamic Stroke : Emergency Medicine News

Figure: Percheron’s artery, stroke BY EMEDHOME.COM Percheron’s artery is a variant of the arterial supply to the thalamus in which a single artery supplies both sides of the thalamus and the midbrain. Occlusion of this artery can lead to a bilateral thalamic stroke. Knowledge of the PDO and its occlusion is crucial for […]

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Toxicology rounds: Reports of new illicit drugs often cause a stir… : Emergency medicine news

Figure: substance use disorder, misinformation Figure We have all been taught to be wary of popular press reports about the effects of new illicit drugs. More often than not, they are sensational and unsupported by scientific data. A kerfuffle broke out a few years ago over krokodil, the homemade designer opioid originating in Russia […]

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Standing AFFIRM: Gun counseling can be surprisingly simple… : Emergency Medicine News

Figure: gun tips, gun safety, injury prevention Figure I recently saw a patient who had intentionally overdosed, a common occurrence in the daily work of an emergency physician. I spoke to him after a psychiatric guard was signed by law enforcement. She had overdosed on ibuprofen, which had minimal adverse effects at the dose […]

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Human factors in medicine: rise and fall : Emergency Medicine News

International EM, first responder: The scene of a motorcycle collision where Dr. Jedick provided treatment. Figure As a young Air Force flight surgeon, I despised nothing more than drill week. I was stationed in the Republic of Korea, which meant 24-hour war games for a week. These drills were very high fidelity. We doctors […]

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News: EP Volunteer: ‘Don’t Forget Ukraine’: Emergency Medicine News

Figure: Ukrainian war, medical volunteering Figure Dusk came quickly and it started to rain again. The cold, damp air soaked through all my layers of clothing, sending shivers down my spine. It was our last day at the border and we had just said goodbye. The orange vests we wore all week had been […]

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POV: EPs are the new servants of corporate America : Emergency Medicine News

Figure: contract management, healthcare costs Figure The COVID-19 outbreak has thrust emergency physicians into the media spotlight, showing them saving countless lives from a highly contagious virus through hands-on frontline care. Emergency doctors intubated infectious patients without hesitation moments before their last breath of air, performed CPR on those arrested in the emergency department, and […]