Madan Jadhav

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Shigella dysentery caused 65% of all cases of acute renal failure (ARF) seen in children treated at the Christian Medical College Hospital, Vellore, during the 33 months ending September 1977. In the 40 children with ARF secondary to shigella dysentery, haematological findings suggested that they were suffering from the haemolytic-uraemic syndrome, and(More)
Anaphylactic reactions are rare emergencies observed in hemophilia patients. In hemophilia (B) (HB) patients they typically occur coincident with the development of an inhibitor. It is important to be aware of the possibility of such reactions, and the patient's family should be educated at the time of initial diagnosis and discussion. Because these(More)
Seventy-eight children were treated for the haemolytic-uraemic syndrome complicating bacillary dysentery over a ten-year period. Early dialysis favoured survival significantly. The renal status of 22 of the 28 survivors was re-evaluated 18-84 months after initial hospitalization. Complete recovery was found in all except two patients; one of them had(More)
A self-limited acute fluid diarrhoea was seen in 80 of 3550 (2.2%) live-born infants not kept in a nursery in this hospital. Rotavirus and enteropathogenic serotypes of E. coli were detected with equal frequency with and without diarrhoea. It is suggested that this self-limited episode of diarrhoea occurring soon after birth is not necessarily due to(More)
OBJECT The authors report their experience in treating 21 patients by using a novel form of treatment of lumbar degenerative disease that leads to canal stenosis. The surgery involved distraction of the facets using specially designed Goel intraarticular spacers and was aimed at arthrodesis of the spinal segment in a distracted position. The operation is(More)