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Bans of WHO Class I Pesticides in Bangladesh—suicide prevention without hampering agricultural output
Abstract Background Pesticide self-poisoning is a major problem in Bangladesh. Over the past 20-years, the Bangladesh government has introduced pesticide legislation and banned highly hazardousExpand
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Analysis of Recent Situation of Pesticide Poisoning in Bangladesh: Is There a Proper Estimate?
Background: Pesticide poisoning is a common method of suicide attempt and less commonly accidental poisoning in Bangladesh. This review for the first time estimated the extent and characteristics ofExpand
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Comparative frequency and allelic distribution of ABO and Rh (D) blood groups of major tribal communities of southern Bangladesh with general population and their determinants
Background : Allelic distribution of major blood groups (ABO and rhesus) has not been defined in Bangladeshi population. Determinants of blood group frequency in this region have not been studiedExpand
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Pattern and risk factors of acute poisoning in a tertiary hospital of Central Bangladesh
Objective: Acute poisoning is a common cause of hospital admission in Bangladesh. But, risk factors and characteristics of victims of different modes of poisoning have not been evaluated for possibleExpand
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Lymphangitic Carcinomatosis of Unknown Primary: A Case Report
Lymphangitic carcinomatosis is an uncommon manifestation of metastasis to lung. Its presentation can mimic several disorders of the lungs. A case is presented here where patient presented withExpand
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Alcohol Use and Alcohol Use Disorders in Bangladesh
Background: This review was performed to evaluate the trend of alcohol use, characteristics of consumers, alcohol use disorders and toxic alcohol intoxications in Bangladesh. In addition, sources andExpand
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FREQUENCY OF TRANSFUSION TRANSMITTED DISEASES AMONG TRIBAL POPULATION OF RANGAMATI IN BANGLADESH
Background: Frequency of transfusion transmitted diseases is unknown among tribal population of Rangamati. This study was undertaken to obtain data about burden of transfusion related diseases amongExpand
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Unilateral Pulmonary Hypoplasia in a Child.
  • G. Dewan
  • Medicine
  • JNMA; journal of the Nepal Medical Association
  • 2015
Pulmonary hypoplasia is an uncommon congenital anomaly. A case reported in a six year old male child from Bangladesh who presented with chronic dry cough, episodic fever and occasional haemoptysisExpand
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Country Specific Research on Women's Health
Hena Rani Barua, MD, Gourab Dewan, MD, Mohammad Ashiq Hasan Ziko, MD, Rangamati Medical College, Bangladesh Introduction: In Bangladesh nearly 38% deliveries occurs at home and 42% are not attendedExpand
Mosquito Coil Poisoning with Neurological Manifestation
Background : Mosquito coil (allerthrin) is a type of pyrethroid. Few reports describe severe poisoning after ingestion of this common household product. This is the first ever report on severe formExpand