Category: Original Articles

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 […]

COMPARATIVE STUDY OF DELAYED PRIMARY CLOSURE VERSUS PRIMARY CLOSURE OF SKIN IN CONTAMINATED AND DIRTY ABDOMINAL WOUNDS/ INCISION

Authors: JADESH BHADRAGOUDRA, BASAVARAJ NARASANAGI, TEJASWINI VALLABHA, VIKRAM SINDAGIKAR. Int J Clin and Biomed Res. 2016;2(1): 16-19. ABSTRACT: Background: It is still a matter of debate whether delayed primary  closure (DPC) of contaminated abdominal incision reduces surgical site infection compared with primary closure (PC ).The rate of wound infection for dirty abdominal wound is approximately 40%, […]

SIGNIFICANCE OF SERUM TOTAL ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE LEVELS IN BREAST CANCER

Authors: CHANDRAKANTH KH, ANAND KPYATI, JAYAPRAKASH MURTHY DS. Int J Clin and Biomed Res. 2016;2(1): 13-15. ABSTRACT: Background: Breast cancer has   shown an increased prevalence worldwide, both in industrialized and developing countries. Unfortunately, most cancers do not produce any symptoms until the tumors   are either too large to be removed surgically or metastasis has taken […]