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Study Challenges Conventional Treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury

...tudies,” said Glenn, “these concepts would force a reconsideration of the standard use of glucose solutions as the foundation for metabolic/nutritional support to the brain in the intensive care unit.” SourceNewswise SRM...

Glucose Causes Death of Brain Cells in Rodents Following Hypoglycemic Coma

...nce. For basic science, he says, 'this calls for a reconsideration of our concepts about the causes of oxidative stress in other settings – especially in ischemic stroke, where the blood supply to the brain is diminished and there’s a big burst of oxidative stress when the blood returns. That burst has always been b...

Ultrasound Technology - Boon or a Bane?

... in Indian society." The above facts call for a reconsideration of the regulatory mechanism connected with ultrasound technology. More stringent regulations and awareness efforts at social grassroots level are urgently needed. Source-IANS...

BHU Hospital Doctors Continue Hunger Strike

...er to the Prime Minister and the President seeking reconsideration of the quota in the higher education institutions, he said. The representatives of the junior medicos also held a meeting to discuss various aspects of the proposed reservation and sought support of the like minded organisations to their demand, Mi...

Australian Medical Students Lack Anatomy Knowledge

...artment of Education, Science and Training, urging reconsideration on the existing standards of medical education. The vast expanding medical knowledge and the increasing focus on subjects such as genetics and new drugs pose additional constraints. In order to accommodate such new topics into the academic stream, ...

A Closer Look into Vitamin D and Fractures

...roximately 25 percent. This would mean a careful reconsideration of the current recommended daily values of vitamin D for older adults in addition to looking more closely at the possible role that calcium supplementation may have in mediating the effects of vitamin D....

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