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  • Xylocaine Lidocaine UPS Description Xylocaine (Lidocaine) is a local anesthetic Mode of action           Xylocaine (Lidocaine) acts mainly by inhibiting sodium influx through sodium specific ion channels in the neuronal cell membrane, in particular voltage-gated sodium channels. When the influx of sodium is interrupted, an action potential cannot arise and signal conduction is inhibited. The receptor […]

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  • In the name of Almighty Allah who has given me the ability, patience and opportunity to publish the 6   edition of I book named “ Community Medicine for Written & Viva Examination”. Life is a water drop on the leaf. Life is a mysterious story. When I was a student, I felt peace after the […]

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  • : Define occupational health? du/may 04     Q: What do you mean by occupational health? cu/may 05 U/Occupational health: Definition:    Occupational health is essentially preventive medicine. The Joint ILO/WHO committee on occupational heaHtv (1950) gave the following definition:    Occupational health should aim at the promotion and maintenance of the highest degree of physical, menttl […]

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  • Health information & Basic Medical Statistics   U Composed by: Md. Anisur Rahman (IPE, SUST) Reference: D  Textbook of Preventive and Soda! Medicine – K, Park (19th Editor: P/692-706) Q  Textbook of Community Medicine and Public Healtfi – R.K.H. (4th Edition: P/102-124) Q   Methods In Blostatlsbcs (6th Edition) Q   Higher secondary Statistric Books- A. K, […]

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  • research methodology Q: What is research? cu/ may oo sep 03 Q   Research: Definition: It may be defined as a means to search again or to find out more on a specific topic or a systematized effort to again new knowledge or a careful Investigation specially throw search for new facts in any branch of […]

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  • 5 international health agencies. CU/JAN 09 su/may 02 Q: Mention 5 UN health organization. cu/jan oa Q: Classify international health agencies with example. Q   International health agencies: A) United Nations agencies: C) Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs):      WH*  ICDDR’B     UNICEF Rockefeller Foundation        UNDP *   Ford Foundation FAO care ILO f International […]

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  • medical sociology Q: Define medical sociology, ou/j 07     Q: What do you mean by medical sociology? Q: Mention components of medical sociology. du/jan 07 Q   Medical Sociology: Definition: It Is defined as “professional endeavour devoted to social epidemiology, the study of cultural factors and social relations in connection with illness, and the social principles In […]

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  • Acute myelofibrosis A variant of myelofibrosis has been recognized which runs an acute course and which has clinical and haematological features sufficiently distinctive to require separate classification. It occurs most commonly in middle-aged and elderly subjects. It differs in that splenomegaly is often absent or of relatively minor degree. The blood picture typically is of […]

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  • Primary myelofibrosis Myelosclerosis and agnogenic myeloid metaplasia are synonyms for primary myelohbrosis, which is a proliferative neoplastic disorder related to poly-cythaemia vera and essential thrombocythaemia. The term myeloproliferative disorder is sometimes applied to this group as a whole. Intermediate or transitional forms of these disorders, showing overlapping clinical and pathological features, are seen. Thus, myelofibrosis […]

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  • Myelofibrosis The term myelofibrosis is used to describe fibrosis and collagen formation in the marrow. The terms myelofibrosis and myelosclerosis have both been used to describe cases with collagen deposition and new bone formation, but the term myelofibrosis is now preferred. Myelofibrosis may be classified as primary or secondary. Primary mytlofibrosis. Myelofibrosis developing in polycythaemia […]

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