November 16, 2013 # 9:52 pm # Student Life # No Comment
Medical students often have problem in making a provisional diagnosis after history and clinical examination. Often students are carried away or bias as they already know the case and often make blunders in examinations. Here are few things to avoid while making a diagnosis.
Here is a piece of advice – providing 10 don’ts
1. Don’t be too Clever- Being too clever …
November 14, 2013 # 4:39 pm # Reviews # No Comment
The basic principle of personalized medicine hinges on the fact that researchers can design drugs based on the genomes of individuals. The case of warfarin serves as an ideal model in this regard.
The study of drug metabolism is associated with genome wide association studies in which different gene clusters are studied for single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNP). The warfarin case clearly indicates that …
November 11, 2013 # 2:43 pm # Student Life # 2 Comments
Have you ever had a tough time remembering things in your MBBS or MD Post graduate study? Hasn’t it happened that you feel you know everything about a topic in medicine or surgery, but in a week you are back to near zero? In spite of repeated readings, why we cannot keep things in mind?
Question is , is there an …