Triple drug therapy with Hydroxychloroquine, Oseltamivir and Azithromycin shows promise for treatment of COVID-19 infection

LAHORE: Initial result of Pakistan Randomized and Observational Trial to Evaluate Coronavirus treatment (PROTECT) study related to five hundred twenty five patients enrolled till July 5th 2020 were released at a meeting held at University of Health Sciences Lahore on July 20,2020.

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Prof. Mustafa Kamal Pasha passes away due to complications of COVID19

MULTAN: July 15th was one of the saddest day for the members of the medical profession as on early morning Prof. Mustafa Kamal Pasha Vice Chancellor of Nishter Medical University passed away due to COVID19 infection and its complications.

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Over 2,300 major surgeries performed at Ghurki Trust Teaching Hospital Lahore during four months of COVID19 Pandemic

LAHORE: COVID19 Pandemic like everything else has also affected the working of various healthcare facilities and medical institutions. Public Hospitals and those run and managed by various Trusts and Foundations which remain the last hope for millions of people suffering from various diseases were faced with a dilemma regarding continuation of their services.

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COVID-19 Clinical Course and Guide to Management

COVID19 is a new disease due to mutation of the corona virus. As it is a new disease all aspect of this infection are being studied. The studies have shown- its onset and the range of early symptoms are unpredictable but when it turns serious it often follows a consistent pattern.

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Policy Manual 2020 of King Edward Medical University

LAHORE: There is no dearth of talent in Pakistan and a large number of healthcare professionals are making useful addition to the innovations in healthcare and medical education but most of them lack the expertize to document all that.

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Some useful tips to detect Gift Authorship

Gift authorship is considered a menace and intellectual corruption which is rampant all over the world but increasingly observed in developing world. Faculty members are under pressure to publish to meet some of the requirements of promotion.

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The Effects of Smartphone Use on Parenting

Parents may worry that spending time on their smartphones has a negative impact on their relationships with their children. However, a new comprehensive analysis published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry found that this is unlikely to be the case.

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PMA declares to oppose every move against PM&DC

KARACHI: An Emergent Central Council Meeting of Pakistan Medical Association was held through Zoom on 17th July 2020. The meeting was presided over by Dr. Ikram Ahmed Tunio, President PMA Centre and moderated by Dr. S. M Qaisar Sajjad, Secretary General PMA Centre.

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Air pollution is associated with increased risk of heart disease and stroke

Air pollution is associated with detrimental effects on human health, including increased risk of heart disease and stroke. Research published today in The Journal of Physiology by researchers at The University of Manchester shows that the knowledge

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Earlier falls predict subsequent fractures in postmenopausal women

The risk of fracture in postmenopausal women can be predicted by history of falls, according to new findings from the Kuopio Osteoporosis Risk Factor and Prevention Study (OSTPRE) at the University of Eastern Finland. 

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Low-dose aspirin linked to reduced liver cancer risk

Among adults with chronic viral hepatitis at high risk of liver cancer, those who took low-dose aspirin long-term were less likely to develop liver cancer or to die from liver-related causes.

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