Category: Volume 2 Issue 1

A CASE OF PRIMARY SJOGREN`S SYNDROME WITH DISTAL RENAL TUBULAR ACIDOSIS PRESENTING AS HYPOKALEMIC PARALYSIS

Authors: SANKET PATIL, PRADHAN G, SANTOSHI M, SACHIN GITTE. Int J Clin and Biomed Res. 2016;2(1): 57-58. ABSTRACT: Renal tubular acidosis secondary to autoimmune interstitial nephritis is quite common in patients with Sjogren`s syndrome. Here we present a case of 24 year old female who presented with Acute Hypokalemic Quadriparesis and was later diagnosed with […]

PAPAIN ENZYME: A DIGESTIVE AID

Authors: TINKAL PATEL. Int J Clin and Biomed Res. 2016;2(1): 52-53. ABSTRACT: Digestion is a process in which food is divided into forms that our body can use in performing various functions. It has large organic molecules like fat, carbohydrate, proteins. It then break downs  into smaller parts like glucose,fatty acids and amino Acids. The human […]

MSG – DEMON IN FOOD

Authors: BANDANA CHATTERJEE, TINKAL PATEL. Int J Clin and Biomed Res. 2016;2(1): 50-51. ABSTRACT: Flavor enhancers are used to bring out the flavor in a wide range of foods without adding a flavor of their own. Any food product that can be added to food to enhance its taste especially to make it taste more savoury […]

BIOCHEMICAL BASIS AND EMERGING MOLECULAR TARGETS TO TREAT DIABETIC RETINOPATHY

Authors: KUMARI SUCHITRA, PANDA TARUN K. Int J Clin and Biomed Res. 2016;2(1): 41-49. ABSTRACT: Diabetes being considered as an epidemic, long term untreated complicated diabetes resulting in retinopathy will be a leading cause of blindness worldwide. Many cross-sectional studies reported a strong relationship between chronic hyperglycaemia and development, progression of retinopathy, however the underlying […]

THE UNBIASED TRUTH ABOUT ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS

Authors: SUSHIM CHAUDHARY. Int J Clin and Biomed Res. 2015;2(1): 38-40. ABSTRACT: Sugar contribute to tooth decay and obesity but still we spoon it. Artificial sweeteners are used in one of two ways. They may be used directly in commercially processed foods or they are mixed with one or more starch based sweeteners before sale […]

EDIBLE MUSHROOM – A NUTRITIOUS FOOD IMPROVING HUMAN HEALTH

Authors: BANDANA CHATTERJEE, TINKAL PATEL. Int J Clin and Biomed Res. 2016;2(1): 34-37. ABSTRACT: Mushrooms have been consumed since earliest history. The word Mushroom is derived from the french word for Fungi and Mold. Now-a-days, Mushroom are popular valuable food because they are low in calories, carbohydrate, Fat, sodium and also cholesterol free. Besides this, […]

STUDY OF LIPID PROFILE AND NON-HDL CHOLESTEROL AS A BIOMARKER OF CARDIOVASCULAR RISK IN TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS

Authors: WARJUKAR PRAJAKTA R, GHANGALE SS, IYER CM. Int J Clin and Biomed Res. 2016;2(1): 29-33. ABSTRACT: Introduction: The reduction of cardiovascular risk by lowering low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) is well documented, and LDL-C remains the main target of lipid lowering therapy. However, not all patients with cardiovascular risk have elevated LDL-C. There is growing recognition […]

COMPARISON OF PREDICTORS OF DIFFICULT INTUBATION

Authors: LAMBA SANGEETA, SETHI SURENDRA KUMAR, PATODI VEENA, JAIN NEENA, MATHUR POOJA, CHAUDHURI KANGCHAI. Int J Clin and Biomed Res. 2016;2(1): 20-24. ABSTRACT: Context: Unanticipated difficult laryngoscopy and tracheal intubation always remain a primary concern for an anaesthesiologist as the failure to maintain a patent airway during induction of anaesthesia may lead to anaesthesia related […]



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