Pathological Basis of Disease - Robbins and Cotran
Basic Sc. Student Life

Recommended Books For MBBS Basic Science

BOOK LIST FOR MBBS BASIC SCIENCE Which Books to study ? We recommend – ANATOMY Textbooks: Human Anatomy Vol. 0,1,2 and 3 – B.D Chaurasia (Indian Writer) – Widely studied by medical students in Nepal Essentials of Human Anatomy – A K Dutta Clinical Anatomy – Richard S Snell Clinically Oriented Anatomy – Keith L Moore […]

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HIV/AIDS situation in Nepal

The National Center for AIDS and STD control has updated its national data on HIV AIDS epidemiology and prevalence till year 2016 AD. Here is the picture depicting, the number of positive cases, people living with HIV. Also the data on PMTCT services in Nepal is shown.   Other Useful links Preventing mother to child […]

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Better You Featured

Should Cannabis be legalized in Nepal?

Cannabis, commonly known as marijuana is a generic term used to denote several psychoactive preparations of the plant Cannabis sativa. Cannabis is the most widely cultivated, trafficked and abused illicit drug. According to WHO it is responsible for half of the drug seizures worldwide with 147 million users i.e.2.5% of world population. It is huge […]

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Interview with Endocrinologist : Dr. Sunil Chaudhary

Medchrome Magazine interviewed Dr Sunil Chaudhary, an endocrinologist who completed his Fellowship training in Endocrinology from reputed Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi. He is currently practicing in Kathmandu, Nepal. Lets hear what he has to say, straight from his words. Here is the conversation- Where are you practicing currently? Currently, I am faculty in […]

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MBBS In Nepal

Studying MBBS in Nepal is a good option for people who want to pursue Medical career. Here are detail information on MBBS study in Nepal. Course duration: KU/TU/BPKIHS: 2 + 2.5 + 1 = 5.5 years PAHS: 0.5 + 2 + 2.5 + 1 = 6 years Admission: KU: August TU: November BPKIHS: August PAHS: […]

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Mosquito and blood
Disease Awareness

Understanding Malaria

Malaria : Awareness Effort by Nepal Government Introduction Malaria is a communicable disease transmitted from one person to another through mosquito bite. 2 species of plasmodium has been identified to cause this disease at present in Nepal: a. Plasmodium falciparum b. Plasmodium vivax Among these two, plasmodium falciparum is more dangerous which is the primary […]

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Methanol poisoning

Methanol Poisoning:Symptoms, Diagnosis and Management

Introduction Methanol (methyl alcohol, wood alcohol, wood spirit, CH3OH) is widely used for industrial and automotive purposes but is unfit for consumption by humans and animals. It is common to find methanol in products like anti-freeze, canned heating sources like Sterno, varnish, windshield wiper fluid, paint thinner, and fuel additives. Poisonings occur from accidental ingestion […]

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Nepal Student Life

MBBS/BDS Entrance Exam Curriculum by MOE (Nepal)

  PHYSICS   Group (A) Mechanics   General concept of physical quantities, Vector algebra Laws of Motion, Application of Newton’s laws, Work, Energy and Power, Projectile motion Circular Motion, Motion round a banked track and in vertical circle Newton’s law of gravitation, Variation of ‘g’ with altitude and depth, Satellites, Gravitational potential energy, Escape velocity, […]

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Essential Medicines Concept : Criteria and Advantages

The world entered into 20th century with only one drug “aspirin”. Then there were discoveries and development of drugs like chloroquine, streptomycin, isoniazid, oral contraceptive pills (OCPs), anti-diabetics, cardiovascular drugs (CSVs), etc. The concept of Essential Medicines arose from countries like Sri Lanka, Tanzania and Cuba. Essential medicines are simply drugs used for treating widespread […]

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