K. Annadurai

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Desmotology is a branch of medicine that addresses the health care needs of people detained in jails, juvenile detention centers, and prisons (1). Desmotology, the term is adopted from Greek word " Desmoterion " meaning prison. It deals with a unique population, with unusual health problems and distinct setting away from main stream of health care. More(More)
Ebola virus disease (EVD), previously named as Ebola haemorrhagic fever, is often a highly fatal illness (1). The disease occurs in outbreaks mostly in Sub-Saharan Africa and the largest of the outbreaks is the ongoing 2014 West Africa Ebola outbreak. The disease has a mortality rate of upto 90% and so far 1711 cases & 932 deaths (till 6 Aug, 2014) have(More)
"Vector-borne disease" is the term commonly used to describe an illness caused by an infectious microbe which is transmitted to people by blood-sucking arthropods and more than half of the global populations are at risk of these infections (1). The disease accounts for 17% of estimated global burden of all infectious diseases. (2). According to the recent(More)
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