Exercise within Your Target Heart Rate to Derive Maximum Benefit

Yes, many clinicians have forgotten to examine pulse of a patient; more so the clinical method that we used to regard as the best friend, in 1980s. Now, when patient comes to a doctor, advices flow, USG, ECHO, Doppler, ECG and MRI, and so on and so forth; and, why not? It is easier to […]

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Mutation in BRCA Gene dramatically Increases the Risk of Breast Cancer

Faults or breaks develop in the DNAs (Deoxyribonucleic Acid) that house several genes, may be following repeated divisions or other environmental factors like radiation. The primary responsibility of the BRCA gene is to signal for a protein that can repair the defects in the genes in association with some other proteins. Both BRCA 1 and […]

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How to Differentiate between Acute Bacterial and Viral Infection

Recently, in a research article published in PLOS One, the researchers claim to have successfully tested for a novel Host Immune Protein that is mostly elevated in viral infection and least in bacterial infection. In the PLOS One study, the ImmunoXpert immune signature was developed and independently validated on a cohort of 1002 patients with […]

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20 Minute Whole Blood Clotting Test (WBCT20)

Sometimes, it becomes difficult on the part of the clinician to effectively distinguish between a poisonous snake bite from a non-poisonous snake bite in the early hours; whether to start treatment with Anti-Snake Venin (ASV) or not. Read more; Clinician On Net: Role of 20 Minute Whole Blood Clotting Test (WBCT20) in Snake Bite.

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2014 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 4,100 times in 2014. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 3 trips to carry that many people. Click here to […]

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