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October-December  2019 |  Vol 63 |  Issue  4    RSS Feed Table of Contents
  Elimination of viral hepatitis: Evolution and India's response
  Viral hepatitis is a liver inflammation caused by any of the five different viruses labeled as hepatitis A (HAV) to hepatitis E (HEV). HAV and HEV are transmitted by fecal–oral route and cause...
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  Development, validation and use of appropriate assessment tools for certification of entrustable professional activities in community medicine to produce a competent postgraduate: A pilot study
  Background: Adoption of competence-based medical education (CBME) is the need of the hour. Objectives: The objective of the study is to develop and validate appropriate assessment tool...
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  Burden of care perceived by the principal caregivers of autistic children and adolescents visiting health facilities in Lucknow City
  Background: Autism is extraordinarily difficult for families to cope with for various reasons. Perceived burden and care for the child with autism, available forms of social support, and the ...
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  Prevalence of anemia among elderly persons residing in old age homes in national capital territory, Delhi, India
  Background: Anemia is a common morbidity in elderly persons (aged 60 years or above). In India, in recent years, the number of old age homes (OAHs) and the residents living in them has increa...
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