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Legal Liabilities of Referrals With Special Reference to Outward Referrals

Legal Liabilities of Referrals With Special Reference to Outward Referrals

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* Nishant Kumar Jha, Advocate-on-Record, Patna High Court*Corresponding author: [email protected] Received: 29-06-2021 Paper Corrected: 31-07-2021 Accepted: 07-08-21 Abstract: Indian laws applicable to healthcare system undoubtedly infer to quality care to patients to be on safer side. Referring to specialists for second opinion or better handling to case is part of such care. Medically, it is termed as referral. It may be outward or inward depending upon nature of referrals. Outward referrals are legally important as any failure to follow protocols or untimely referrals causing harm to patients is subject of legal proceedings. Intentional failures in referral is covered under negligent treatment or wrong diagnosis or delayed diagnosis. Reasons of Referral: Prognosis is in core o...
Editorial- September

Editorial- September

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            Intimate association of Ghrita with Indian culture is well marked with its uses in recipes, medicines and all religious functions for hawan by offering ghrita to fire. Ghrita prepared from cow milk is preferred in medicine and religious functions. Chemically, it contains mixture of glycerides, free fatty acids, fat soluble vitamins, calcium, iron, phosphorus etc. It is rich in omega-3 fatty acids specifically docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). Researches have revealed the importance of omega-3 fatty acids on brain structure and function. It is effectively used in various neuronal disorders related to depression, dementia etc.             Kulzow et al. (2016) have shown the beneficial effects nutritional supplementation with of omega-3 fatty acids (n-3 FAs) in Alzheimer’s disease (AD)...
A Clinical Evaluation of Hartakyadi Lehya on Kaphaja Kasa

A Clinical Evaluation of Hartakyadi Lehya on Kaphaja Kasa

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* Prof. (Dr.) Milind Hukkeri, Dept. of RS&BK, ALNRMAMC, Koppa*Corresponding author: [email protected] Received: 21-06-2021  Paper Corrected: 29-07-2021  Accepted: 04-08-21 Abstract: Kaphaja kasa is one of Kasa caused by obstruction in circulation of vayu due to heavy foods’ intake, inactive lifestyle and over sleeping. Cough, sore throat, lack of appetite, sneezing etc. are signs and symptoms. Many of herbs or herbal formulations are indicated in Ayurveda for Kaphaja Kasa having inhibitory effects on cough reflex, mucolytic effects and immunomodulatory effects. Haritakyadi lehya is one of that with combination of of Haritaki, Bhumiamalaki, Amalaki, Bhadramusta and Pippali with honey.Materials and Methods: The formulation was given to patients visiting OPD of ALNRMAMC hosp...