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Experience on loading dose--quinine therapy in cerebral malaria.
Twelve cases of cerebral malaria due to plasmodium falciparum, treated with loading dose of quinine (20 mg/kg salt in 500 ml of 5% glucose infused IV in 4 hrs) are compared with eleven age and sexExpand
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CARDIAC AUTONOMIC NEUROPATHY IN DIABETES MELLITUS.
Forty-eight out of 95 patients with diabetes mellitus, who were asymptomatic for autonomic nervous system affections, were evaluated with 3 bedside tests to detect subclinical cardiac neuropathy.Expand
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Acute renal failure in severe exertional rhabdomyolysis.
During the last 6 years, 7 healthy individuals who were reasonably well acclimatised to physical exertion came under observation with acute renal failure due to exercise induced myoglobinuria. TheirExpand
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Severe acute mountain sickness.
  • A. S. Kasthuri
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of the Association of Physicians of…
  • 1990
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Hypopituitarism following snake bite.
A patient who developed hypopituitarism after viperine envenomation is described. Thrombosis as a part of disseminated intravascular coagulation may have been the cause. Hypopituitarism should beExpand
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Sudden death: a clinicopathological study.
OBJECTIVE To ascertain the causes of sudden death (SD) by autopsy examination. METHODS All cases of sudden death were subjected to a postmortem examination. In addition previous postmortem reportsExpand
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Carbon monoxide poisoning.
OBJECTIVES We studied the clinical profile and autopsy findings of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning encountered at a hospital located at the altitude of 5,000 ft above mean sea level. METHODSExpand
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A clinical study of adult leukaemias.
The incidence of adult leukaemias, their response to therapy and the complications of therapy were studied in 121 cases over seven years (1981-1987). All cases were followed up till recovery or deathExpand
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Ranitidine for the prevention of complications following endoscopic sclerotherapy for esophageal varices.
Thirty one patients with significant esophageal variceal bleed were allocated alternately to receive endoscopic sclerotherapy along with ranitidine 300 mg daily or endoscopic sclerotherapy alone tillExpand
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