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2016  July-August | Vol 9 |Issue  4      Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
Editorial Commentary
Standardizing the assessment and management protocol of critically ill under-five children: World Health Organization
Globally, it has been observed that the majority of the reported under-five deaths occur within the initial 24 h of admission.[1] However, many such deaths could be easily prevented, provided very sic...
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Standardized management of Zika virus infection during pregnancy   Pharmacoepidemiology: Pattern of some commonly reported diseases and drugs utilized in a tertiary health institution
Zika virus disease has been declared as a public health emergency of international concern owing to its extensive magnitude and its potential to spread to any part of the world.[1] Pregnant women resi...   Purpose: Due to a wide variation of diseases reported and drugs utilized in different regions, It became necessary to assess the pattern of diseases commonly reported and drugs utilized prior t...
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