In vitro effect of indigenous plant extracts on ixodid ticks of small ruminants
EFFICACY OF COW URINE AND PLANT PRODUCTS AGAINST HONEYBEE MITE, VARROA DESTRUCTOR (ANDERSON AND TRUEMAN) IN APIS MELLIFERA (LINNAEUS) COLONIES IN UTTARAKHAND - A NOVEL APPROACH
It has been concluded that the tested eco-friendly cow urine and plant products were significantly reduced the mite infestation in treated bee colonies with significant increase in mite fall and sealed worker brood area without adversely affected the workers an queen activities in comparison to synthetic chemicals used in A. mellifera colonies.
CARASIL – A Review of Patients from India
- D. Khandelwal, V. Mathur, A. Vyas, Jaypalsing Ghunawat, A. Bagaria
- Medicine, BiologyNeurology India
- 1 September 2021
Testing facilities of HTRA 1 genetic mutation are now more widely available in India than before, and should be encouraged for appropriate patients to help in diagnosing, prognosticating and avoiding unnecessary further investigations and medications for these patients.
Mild cognitive impairment in COVID-19 survivors: Measuring the brain fog
- A. Vyas, Vasim Raja Panwar, Rajeev Gupta
- Psychology, MedicineInternational Journal of Mental Health
- 20 October 2021
The overall cumulative prevalence of any components of brain fog was 34%, with a mean score of 6.11 ± 1.7 in those who experienced it, and Males were more affected than females (42.3% vs. 29.1%) with males scoring higher than females.
Efficacy of animal origin products and ajwain powder against honey bee diseases in Apis mellifera (Linnaeus) colonies in Uttarakhand-A novel eco-friendly approach
The studies to manage the honey bee bacterial European foul brood ( EFB) disease caused by Meliso- coccus plutonius and ectoparasitic brood mite disease caused by Varroa destructor in the colonies of…
Wildervanck syndrome – a review of the “triad” and its variations
Elevated factor VIII levels and arterial stroke: a review of literature with a case report
- D. Khandelwal, V. Mathur, A. Vyas, C. Shah, C. Ranawat, Parth Patel
- MedicineThe Egyptian Journal of Neurology Psychiatry and…
- 5 February 2021
The role of high factor VIII levels as a risk factor of arterial thrombosis is reviewed, the mechanism of this association, the feasibility and yield of routine testing, appropriate cut-off levels, and further treatment protocol especially in young stroke patients are discussed.
Posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome in a patient with underlying mixed connective tissue disease
- Malyaban Das, P. Mazumdar, Divakar Kumar, V. Mathur
- Medicine, PsychologyInternational Journal of Research in Medical…
- 25 June 2018
A case of Posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome is reported in a patient with underlying mixed connective tissue disease (MCTD) and it is reported that the patient has underlying autoimmune disease.
A Cross-sectional Study on Electrophysiological Evaluation of Neuropathy in Rheumatoid Arthritis
Assessment of clinical determinants of peripheral neuropathy among patients with RA found subclinical neuropathy is not infrequent in RA patients, but those with advanced age, longer disease duration, higher Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR), erosions and deformities should be assessed electrophysiologically for neuropathy.
Vit B12 Deficiency Induced Hyper Homocysteinemia Causing Stroke in Young Adult
Early recognition and treatment of vitamin b12 deficiency can improve the treatment results at a low cost and prevent wasting of health care dollars on expensive to treat diagnosis.