Lal Babu Gupta

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In a pilot trial, 28 days of oral treatment with 100-200 mg miltefosine (hexadecylphosphocholine) per day cured 14 of 15 patients with Indian visceral leishmaniasis (VL). To extend the testing of this regimen, 45 additional subjects with VL, of whom 17 had failed previous antimony therapy, were treated with 100 (N = 17), 150 (N = 18) or 200 (N = 10) mg/day.(More)
Although short-course therapy with new lipid formulations of amphotericin B represents an advance over lengthy traditional treatments in visceral leishmaniasis (kala-azar), high cost has rendered these agents largely irrelevant in developing countries where the disease is endemic. Therefore, we tested standard amphotericin B deoxycholate mixed with a(More)
The helical beam antenna, invented by John D. Kraus in 1946, possesses inherent properties, such as desirable radiation pattern, impedance and polarization characteristics, over a relatively wide frequency range. It is characterized by two modes, namely, normal-mode and axial-mode; the paper discusses the axial-mode at some length, due to its suitability in(More)
This small volume contains wonderful statements regarding the pulse. t{ Inside the body of each corporeal being tliere are altogether thirtyfive millions blood tubes or passages such as veins and arteries. These naris or blood tubes or veins and arteries as far as these may be defined here, being fastened at the navel as centre, are spread upward and(More)
Tongue, because of its surface texture contributes significantly in plaque formation and accumulation, has remained a neglected part in the oral cavity. The study conducted on twenty students aged 18 to 23 years, was undertaken to clinically evaluate the role of supplementing tongue brushing to most advocated regime of tooth brushing. In both the phases of(More)
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