Arun Kr. Gupta

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BACKGROUND & OBJECTIVES Intraosseous (IO) access is an alternative to difficult intravenous (iv) access during emergency clinical situations. Existing IO solutions are expensive, require power supply and trained manpower; limiting their use in resource constrained settings. To address these limitations, a novel IO device has been developed. The objectives(More)
There is evidence in literature pointing to hippocampal atrophy correlating with Alzheimer’s dementia (AD) and quantitative analysis of hippocampus has been used as a method (if not as popular as in mesial temporal sclerosis (MTS)) in diagnosis and prognostication in dementia of Alzheimer’s type.[1,2] The main talking point in this paper is on hippocampal(More)
BACKGROUND Mesial temporal sclerosis (MTS) is the most common cause of temporal lobe epilepsy. Quantitative analysis of the hippocampus using volumetry is commonly being used in the diagnosis of MTS and is being used as a marker in prognostication of seizure control. Although normative data for hippocampal volume (HV) is available for the western(More)
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