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AN OPTIMAL PRESCRIPTION – HOW TO ANALYZE

 Prescription Writing is a daily chore for all Clinicians, however we hardly ever try to excel in it’s format and detailing, because hardly anyone appreciates our dedicated efforts. Pursuit of Excellence is simply not a default Indian Trait . Any style is okay for everyone concerned.  Whether Hand-Written or Computer Software generated, the difference is …

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RESERVE ANTIBIOTICS

We, as clinicians, are aware of the CONSTANT DECLINE in the available spectrum of Effective Antibiotics, with the growing menace of Anti-microbial Resistance, creating huge roadblocks in treating serious Nosocomial Infections in ICU settings. However, we are still possessing a limited range of lesser used, but Effective Antibioitics – that can help us BUY TIME …

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ANTIBIOTIC ABUSE

Growing ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE to all Antibiotics and all the CHARCHA ( discussion ) around this phenomenon has been the Talk of the Town in the last decade. The frequent Lectures and Orations on this subject often imparted an overwhelming GUILT FEELING in the broader Medico Community, that they have been CARELESS and IRRATIONAL in their …

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CONFERENCE PART 2

In my previous blog, I have already enumerated the subtle merits of the Physical Conferences ( esp. PEDICONS) over the Webinars . That was the NON-ACADEMIC PART of our Conferencing Experience. Now, let’s dwell upon the ACADEMICS related one-to-one comparison. After having attended 25 National Pedicons in my long tenure in Central IAP, here too, …

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PARENTS ‘

We, as Pediatricians, are concerned with the growing trend of SINGLE CHILD families. The fashion to have a SINGLE CHILD is so trendy that so many of our Medicos themselves place a FULLSTOP after the first child is born. This is surely not welcome professionally , as a single child does not support our profession …

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