Subhankar Choudhury

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Of all non-traumatic amputations 50% occur in Diabetics, mostly as a final outcome of foot ulcers. A major biomechanical factor in the causation of foot ulcers in persons with diabetes mellitus is elevated peak plantar pressure. Offloading the ulcer area in the form of equalisation of pressure across the plantar surface can accelerate healing of the ulcer.(More)
One hundred and sixty-one non-catheterized consecutive acute geriatric admissions were screened for bacteriuria on the day following admission, both in the morning and in the afternoon and seven days later--morning and afternoon. The prevalence of bacteriuria was 29% on admission. A correlation between bacteriuria and leucocyturia was shown. The patients(More)
The effects of sulphinpyrazone 800 mg daily on renal excretory function were studied in a double-blind placebo-controlled randomised trial of incremental and full doses of the drug in 28 patients with plasma urea concentration <10 mmol/l in the period 2–28 days following uncomplicated acute myocardial infarction. Sulphinpyrazone in both dosage regimens(More)
The worldwide prevalence of diabetes has risen dramatically over the past two decades from an estimated 30 million cases in 1985 to 382 million in 2013. The traditional anti diabetic drugs have several drawbacks in long term use. Thiamine is a member of the vitamin B family. Thiamine is necessary for normal insulin synthesis and secretion. So it may be(More)
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