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marketing executive vinay jain (35) was the envy of his stressed out friends and colleagues who envied him for his ability to handle pressure without breaking into the ... More>>
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Ambulatory Electrocardiography
ambulatory electrocardiography records the electrical activity of your heart while you perform your routine . a number of heart problems that tend to get missed out during electrocardiocraphy at rest can be detected by this method. it has now been well established that ... More>>

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acidity problem and bp. what food you recomend
 
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what is the ideal B.P
 
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10 year male(boy)got hydronephrosis with hardly any parenchyma left (puj obstruction)in right kidney as detected by abdominal sonography.had fever for 2 weeks. treated with ceftriaxone injection 1g iv twice a day. now no fever, but BP raised 150/90, please suggest what to do and whom to consult
 
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Self monitoring of blood glucose is an essential step in management of your diabetes.
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