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OBJECTIVES The exact relation between body temperature and mortality of acute stroke victims is poorly understood. However, body temperature can affect the outcome of stroke cases in relation to mortality. In the initial (4-12 hrs) hours of stroke, the temperature rise is often neurogenic in origin and mortality is also higher with raised body temperature.(More)
HIV/AIDS is a new epidemic in current century. Predominant route of transmission is sexual. Virtually all systems are affected either directly by virus or by oppurtunistic infections or by malignancy. Neurological complications may occur at any stage of disease. Clinical manifestations may be acute, subacute or chronic. Presentation and diagnosis are often(More)
  • Amab Ray
  • Journal of the Indian Medical Association
  • 1992
This study was conducted in a subdivisional hospital of eastern Himalayan region among 5,273 pregnant women over a period of 8 years. There were 29 deaths, the maternal mortality rate was 55 per 10,000. Septic abortion was encountered in 4 among them. Direct obstetric cause was responsible in 72.41% of cases and indirect cause in 27.59% cases. Sepsis, both(More)
  • Amab Ray
  • Journal of the Indian Medical Association
  • 1996
The present study includes 2249 cases of delivery over a period of 4 years. Difficulties faced, complications and their management were highlighted. Teen-age pregnancy was 14.98% while 52.33% cases were in the age group of 20-25 years. A total of 26.30% cases were booked. There were 53.66% primigravida cases, 43.88% cases from gravida II to gravida IV and(More)
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