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November-December 2018

Vol 31 | Issue 6


Falls research is coming of age

In the face of an ageing population and disintegrating joint family systems in traditional societies, more and more older persons are moving to old-age residential facilities. While science continue...

Original Article

Method of shoulder delivery and neonatal outcomes: A meta-analysis of prospective controlled studies

Background. We compared the neonatal outcomes between 2 methods of shoulder delivery: 2-step and 1-step. Methods. We did a comprehensive search of 7 electronic databases up to 31 Octobe...

Original Article

Prevalence of fall, and determinants of repeat incidents of fall in older persons living in old age homes in the National Capital Territory of Delhi, India

Background. Fall is a common morbidity in older persons. In India, the number of old age homes and persons living in them are increasing. We studied the prevalence of fall among older persons l...

Original Article

Quality of informed consent in cancer clinical trials in India: A cross-sectional survey

Background. An ‘informed consent’ is a legal and ethical requirement for research involving human subjects. Studies assessing the validity of informed consent and determinants of it...

Short Report

Mental and behavioural emergencies at a tertiary healthcare centre in India: Pattern and profile

Background. Sparse data are available on service utilization, pattern and profile of mental and behavioural emergencies in India. We explored the pattern and clinical profile of consecutively r...

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