Sunday, February 12, 2012

Breaking News Jan-12-2012

Our Lion Caught The Snake

 (Dr. Iftikhar Amjad) 
Senior Vice President 
On Jan-12-2012
May God Save Him From All Evils 

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Sunday, September 18, 2011

Dengue fever information in urdu

Pakistan Struggles to Curb Dengue Fever

The Pakistani government is already under pressure to help the hundreds of thousands of flood victims and are struggling to contain the dengue fever, which killed at least eight people, and said on Wednesday.
E 4400 and reported cases of diseases transmitted by mosquitoes in the central province of Punjab in the past two months, forcing the local government on Tuesday to close the school for 10 days.
It was reported that most cases in Lahore, the capital of the province, where about 2950 people in a positive test.
Pakistan struggles to curb dengue fever
Pakistan struggles to curb dengue fever
“So far, eight people died of dengue fever, and we do everything possible to combat this epidemic,” said Jehanzeb Khan, Secretary General of the Ministry of Health, said the regional Reuters.
Health experts say that the disease has spread all over the state of Punjab, poor hygiene, and monsoon rains provide ideal conditions for mosquito breeding and dengue fever thrive in stagnant water.
Pakistan struggles to curb dengue fever
Pakistan struggles to curb dengue fever
First case of dengue fever in Pakistan in 1994.
Included those who died, my friend, Atallah, Director of the regional management of mineral resources and natural resources.
Khan said the government had started to smoke to kill mosquitoes.
He said the High Commissioner for Sri Lanka Sri Lanka statement sends a team of experts to Pakistan to help fight this disease.
The civilian government in Pakistan is weak, and floods, which killed 266 people, and criticized the media, and the question of what is left of dengue fever.
“In response to dengue fever, especially in the later, therefore, reactionary, at best,” he said in an editorial in the Daily News.
This disease poses a threat to almost half the world’s population. 220 million people infected annually 0.2000000 – mostly children in Latin America and Asia – to develop a severe form known as dengue haemorrhagic fever.
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At the moment there is no cure or vaccine, and dengue fever.

Thursday, June 16, 2011

19th Century Medicine

The scientific basis for current medical practice was developed during the 19th century, and all of the disciplines–except anatomy–that make up the first two years of medical school were founded.
Louis PasteurJakob Henle linked the study of anatomy with the study of biological functions and created physiology.  Robert Virchow created the field of cellular pathology.  Louis Pasteur’s experiments, including his famous study of hydrophobia-rabies, evolved into the field of microbiology, and when Robert Koch discovered the bacteria that created anthrax, tuberculosis, and cholera, he created the field of bacteriology.
Advances in clinical medicine did not advance as rapidly Surgery Under Anesthesiaas basic medical science.  There were, however some dramatic discoveries.  Joseph Lister proved that surgery could be made safer by disinfecting surgical equipment, and William Morton developed anesthesia techniques that made surgery painless.
If you would like to learn more more about 19th Century Medicine the Karolinska Institute has some interesting links.  (Scroll down the Karolinska page until you come to the 19th Century section.)

20th Century Medicine
Diagnostic ImagingAs the direct result of advances in electronics, computer science, metallurgy, engineering, chemistry, and physics, clinical medicine has grown as fast in this century as the basic medical sciences did in the last.
Antibiotics were invented by Paul Ehrlich during his effort to conquer syphilis and advanced by Alexander Fleming and Selman Waksman as they developed penicillin and streptomycin.
Care of the mentally ill shifted from hostility, to caretaking, to treatment, and the professions of psychiatrist, psychologist, and counselor were created.
Chemotherapy grew out of a World War I study on the toxic effects of mustard gas, and radiography and radiotherapy have stemmed from early research conducted by Madam Curie and her husband.
Neonatal CareSpecialization has now become the norm.  Medical practice today requires advanced knowledge in areas like cardiology, gastroenterology, hematology, oncology, genetics, obstetrics, gynecology, pediatrics, neurology, ophthalmology, orthopedics, and many, many more.  It has become impossible for any physician to become an expert in every field, and many current clinical practices–like heart surgery–require teams of surgeons, anesthetists, specialized technicians, nurses, counselors, therapists, and aides.