Khalid Mahmood Malik

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We report the successful use of water-cooled radiofrequency where more traditional forms of neuroablation-conventional and pulsed radiofrequency-had failed to achieve adequate pain relief. We also discuss the mechanism of neural damage with water cooled radiofrequency and discuss why this technique may have a broader role in the management of a wide array(More)
For a list of any errors or omissions found subsequent to printing, please visit our website at Foreword The 2014 Human Development Report— Sustaining Progress: Reducing Vulnerabilities and Building Resilience—looks at two concepts which are both interconnected and immensely important to securing human development progress. Since the United Nations(More)
Acknowledgements We warmly acknowledge the contribution of many colleagues and co-workers who participated in the update of the MPI in 2011. In particular, we are grateful to our colleagues at the HDRO and UNDP for their substantive engagement and particularly to Jeni Klugman, Milorad Kovacevic, Khalid Malik, and Emma Samman. We are grateful for competent(More)
This note has been prepared within the OPHI theme on [multidimensional poverty measurement. Development (DFID), and AusAID are also recognised for their past support. Acknowledgements We warmly acknowledge the contribution of many colleagues and co-workers who participated in the update of the MPI in 2014. In particular, we are grateful to our colleagues at(More)