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Bhupendra Rana, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      QUALITY IN MEDICAL LABORATORIES
The survey shows responses from good to excellent and the poor response recorded may be attributed to the lack of resources. All The laboratories were provided necessary technical and educational support to keep the momentum of "Continual Quality Improvement". Participation in IQC and EQAS were encouraged. Quality can be improved considerably with sustained efforts despite some limitations..

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Journal of National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers 

Bhupendra Rana (author)
New Delhi, India  (author's city and country) / New Delhi, India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
T.k. Pal, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      SEARCH OF AN ANIMAL MODEL FOR BIOMECHANICAL TESTING OF DENTAL IMPLANTS
The newly developed implants need animal trials before human use. Live animals are generally used for prospective biological changes whereas cadaveric ones can be used for biomechanical purpose. Cadaveric goat jaws which do not encroach upon ethical issues can be used as an in-vitro model for biomechanical dental implant studies..

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Journal of the International Clinical Dental Research Organization (ICDRO) 

T.k. Pal (author)
Kolkata, India  (author's city and country) / Kolkata, India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Barkat Khan, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      MATRIX BASED TABLETS OF FLURBIPROFEN
Eudragit® polymers can be used successfully to develop directly compressed prolonged release tablets of flurbiprofen..

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Latin American Journal of Pharmacy 

Barkat Khan (author)
Ciudad De Buenos Aires, Argentina  (author's city and country) / Ciudad De Buenos Aires, Argentina (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Muhammet Ayar, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      BONDING TO ENAMEL WITH ETHANOL-WET BONDING TECHNIQUE
Ethanol-wet bonding is a novel bonding technique aimed to improve quality of hybrid layers. Hence, effects of ethanol wet bonding on resin enamel bonds in the present study. It was found that ethanol-wet bonding improved resin-enamel bond strength of the tested adhesives..

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Journal of Dental Sciences 

Muhammet Ayar (author)
Trabzon, Turquía  (author's city and country) / Trabzon, Turquía (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Mauli Simratvir, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      ROLE OF SCHOOL TEACHERS IN PROMOTING ORAL HEALTH
Teachers can play a crucial role during the mentor years of the child by imparting oral health knowledge and inculcating positive health attitudes.This paper discusses the role of teachers in promoting oral health, especially in developing countries..

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Journal of Education and Ethics in Dentistry 

Mauli Simratvir (author)
Udhiana, India  (author's city and country) / Udhiana, India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Sunita Tandulwadkar, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      OBSTETRIC COMPLICATIONS IN WOMEN WITH IVF CONCEIVED PREGNANCIES AND PCOS
This literature review concluded that the adverse obstetrical outcomes in pregnancies conceived by assisted reproductive technology (ART) in women with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) were attributable to the condition of PCOS in itself rather than the ART procedure..

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Journal of Human Reproductive Sciences 

Sunita Tandulwadkar (author)
Pune, India  (author's city and country) / Pune, India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Li-kuei Chen, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      ATTITUDES, UTILIZATION AND BACTERIAL COLONISATION OF INPATIENT MOBILE PHONES
Inpatient use of mobile phones is popular and common. However, there are risks with the use of such technology in the clinical environment, specifically bacterial phone surface contamination, noise, confidentiality and health and safety concerns. There is an association between patient MRSA nasal colonisation and mobile phone colonisation..

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Clinical Microbiology and Infection 

Li-kuei Chen (author)
Taipei, Taiwán (Republica Nacionalista China)  (author's city and country) / Taipei, Taiwán (Republica Nacionalista China) (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Robert C Bourge, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      RAPID TRANSTION FROM INHALED ILOPROST TO INHAED TREPROSTINIL IN PAH
tested the feasibility and safely of the rapid transition from inhaled iloprost (6-9 times per day) to inhaled treprostinil (4 times per day) and therapy for pulmonary arterial hypertension. In 69 of 73 patients, treated at 9 institutions, the switch was well tolerated and demonstrated improved patient satisfaction, and, over 12 weeks, an improvement in exercise capacity, probably due to improved....

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Cardiovascular Therapeutics 

Robert C Bourge (author)
Birmingham, United States  (author's city and country) / Birmingham, United States (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Kannan Radhika, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      A PILOT STUDY USING SHORT MESSAGING SERVICE (SMS) OF MOBILE PHONE AS A FOLLOW UP TOOL IN A PREDOMINANTLY OUT PATIENT PA
A diagnosis of malignancy often means a protracted course of treatment which is punctuated by pain. Patients need effective pain relief as out patient. In a 300 bedded palliative care clinic. A simple score was devised using Short Messaging Service (SMS) of mobile phone to follow up adequacy of pain relief and compliance with analgesics in out patients..

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Indian Journal of Palliative Care 

Kannan Radhika (author)
Chennai, India  (author's city and country) / Chennai, India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Wei-ling Hsiao, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      HERBAL TREATMENT OF SKIN DISEASES
Skin constitutes the largest organ of human body and the diseases associated with it are also manifold. Allopathic drugs available for treatment of skin diseases are associated with a number of side effects so a shift towards herbal medicaments is on the rise. A review of plants which are scientifically validated for treatment of skin diseases was thus prepared..

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Pharmacognosy Reviews 

Wei-ling Hsiao (author)
Taipei, Taiwán (Republica Nacionalista China)  (author's city and country) / Taipei, Taiwán (Republica Nacionalista China) (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Wei-ling Hsiao, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      HERBAL TREATMENT OF SKIN DISEASES
Skin constitutes the largest organ of human body and the diseases associated with it are also manifold. Allopathic drugs available for treatment of skin diseases are associated with a number of side effects so a shift towards herbal medicaments is on the rise. A review of plants which are scientifically validated for treatment of skin diseases was thus prepared..

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Pharmacognosy Reviews 

Wei-ling Hsiao (author)
Taipei, Taiwán (Republica Nacionalista China)  (author's city and country) / Taipei, Taiwán (Republica Nacionalista China) (ciudad y país del autor/a)
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