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Criterias and Classifications for medical exams | Study Notes

Criterias and Classifications for medical exams | Study Notes

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Criterias and Classifications for medical exams | Medical study notes for medical students. These are collections of the criterias and classifications of different diseases and conditions in medicine. There are lots of criteria and classifications during the study of medicine. These classifications and criterias are to be known by the medical personnel and the medical students. These are especially important as Plab study notes, AIIMS study notes, PMDC study notes, USMLE study notes, NMCLE study notes, Canada study notes, HAAD study notes, and so on. Criterias and Classifications for medical exams | study notes These are important Criterias and Classifications for medical exams are complied and listed as far as possible. if you have more you can add more. -Mcneal ...
Avascular Necrosis of Bones | Ortho Study Notes

Avascular Necrosis of Bones | Ortho Study Notes

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Avascular Necrosis of Bones is the most common term the medical student should know. It is mostly to be known by the orthopedic Postgraduate students and the orthopedic Resistant. Avascular Necrosis is the death of the bone tissue due to the death of the bone due to compromise of the blood supply to the bone tissue. This  AVN is characterized by the death of cellular components of the bone secondary to an interruption of the subchondral blood supply and can occur to every bone in our body. it can be from the small bone to the largest bone as we know that bone tissue is live tissue. without the blood supply, the bone tissue cannot get the oxygen and nutrient which later become the dead. This necrosis of bone typically affects the epiphysis of long bones at weight-bearing joints...

Vertical transmission of disease in which Pregnancy Periods ?

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Vertical transmission of disease in which Pregnancy Period? most commonly occur. this is also one of the exam study note you should know.  we have listed the Periods for Vertical Transmission of Diseases in brief. They are pointed as below. Pregnancy Periods for Vertical transmission of disease congenital Varicella: First trimester Congenital Rubella: First trimester Congenital Parvovirus: Second Trimester congenital syphilis: Third trimester Congenital Toxoplasmosis: Third trimester Congenital Hepatitis B: Third trimester congenital CMV: Third trimester Congenital HIV : During delivery congenital Hepatitis C During delivery Congenital Herpes: During delivery Vertical transmission of disease in which Pregnancy Periods listed above. we will be...
Last Minute Endocrine Revision Study Notes

Last Minute Endocrine Revision Study Notes

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Last Minute Endocrine Revision Study Notes for the exam. This one point note is essential for the bachelor level and master exam which can be for the entrance exam or the final exam. These are the medical study notes, USMLE study notes or MCI study notes or NMCLE study notes for the Exam preparation notes. Last Minute Endocrine Revision Study Notes 1. diagnosis of diabetes mellitus Fasting BG>125 mg and postprandial >140mg, HbA1 >6.5% 2. Diabetes control is best monitored by HbA1C 3. GLP-1 agonist, Exenatide 4. Insulin resistant if he needs more than – 200 5. Seen in DKA, Dehydration, Abdominal pain/tenderness 6. in DKA, Leukocytosis, Pseudohyponatremia occurs, Acute gastric dilatation 7. most dangerous complication of DKA, Cerebral edema 8. plasma of osmolality, 290 ...
Most Important RESPIRATION PHYSIOLOGY Study Notes for Medical Students

Most Important RESPIRATION PHYSIOLOGY Study Notes for Medical Students

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RESPIRATION PHYSIOLOGY Study Notes for Medical Students listed out as follow for your exam . They are being collected from different sources.  RESPIRATION Physiology Study Notes Between the trachea and alveolar sac, the respiratory tract divides for 23 times. The first 16 divisions are conducting zone up to terminal bronchioles. The rest are gas exchange zones Movement of diaphragm accounts for 75% change in intrathoracic volume during quite inspiration Most of the work of breathing(65%) is to overcome ELASTIC RECOIL (past MCQ). Other are airway resistance(28%) and viscous resistance (7%) In the upright position, the ventilation per unit volume is greater at the base of the lung than that of apex… the reason is intrapleural pressure is less negative at the base so alveol...