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Author: Deepti Narayan

Author Photo Total Articles: 21 | Total Views: 92471 | Points Scored: 102,971

City: Mumbai | State: India

About Me: Research officer at Neurosurgery Department, Bombay Hospital & Medical Research Centre

Articles by Deepti Narayan:
  • Recent and Upcoming Therapies for Traumatic Brain Injury ( 3085 reads)   

    Recent ad Upcoming Therapies For Traumatic Brain InjuryRecent ad Upcoming Therapies For Traumatic Brain InjuryRecent ad Upcoming Therapies For Traumatic Brain Injury - Category: Healthcare
  • New Age and Alternative Therapies For Neurodegenerative Diseases ( 2206 reads)   

    When there is a progressive loss of neurons structurally or functionally, sometimes even their death, it is collectively known as neurodegeneration. This precipitates into difficulty in movement and mental functioning (i.e. ataxia and dementia). Diseases such as Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and Huntington's etc fall in this category and are known as neurodegenerative diseases - Category: Healthcare
  • Food Adulteration- Types, Worldwide Laws & Future. ( 16539 reads)   

    When a person, group of persons or an organisation purposely put out inferior food items on sale either by the addition of some harmful substances or by the omission of some valuable constituents- the act carried out is known as food adulteration. - Category: Healthcare
  • Biological Weapons - Types, Current Usage Status and Future ( 2206 reads)   

    Biological Weapons of Mass Destruction - When the biosphere, structures either man-made or natural and the human race can be harmed by weapons that are either nuclear, radiological, biological or chemical- they are known as weapons of mass destruction. - Category: Healthcare
  • The Menace of Performance Enhancing Drugs in Sports | Doping ( 4643 reads)   

    Drugs that are consumed to give better results in any sporting activity are known as performance enhancing drugs (PEDs) like anabolic steroid and human growth hormone (hGH). - Category: Issues
  • Biomedical Waste- Types, Disposal and Outstanding Work in its Management ( 4742 reads)   

    Infectious waste that can be solids, liquids and waste from the laboratory are termed as biomedical wastes. Biomedical waste, also called clinical waste, is the by-product of hospitals, nursing homes, research laboratories etc. - Category: Healthcare
  • Nosocomial Infections- Hurdle in the Recovery of Hospitalized Patients ( 1962 reads)   

    Immobilization leads to deconditioning, the muscle strength and aerobic capacity of a person gets sapped. Younger patients can also suffer from increased immobilization; as they are endowed with more physiological energy, they can get back on their feet quicker than usual. - Category: Healthcare
  • Various Therapies and Future Uses of Coffee ( 2235 reads)   

    One can get coffee from an evergreen bush found in the tropical regions of the world. The height till which the coffee shrubs can grow to is 15 feet. Coffee is made from Coffea- shrubs that flower and give the seeds of coffee beans. - Category: Healthcare
  • Ovarian Cancer: Risk Factors and Treatment Options ( 2265 reads)   

    Risk factors of ovarian cancer, information on current and future treatment options. The main site of ovarian cancer is the outer lining or the epithelium - Category: Healthcare
  • Counterfeit Drugs - Various Regulations and Instruments of Change ( 1788 reads)   

    Medicines that are brought into the market to be sold with a devious intention regarding their origins and efficacy are called counterfeit drugs. Such drugs are fake and they can be mislabeled purposely which is known as fraud. - Category: Issues
  • Pharmacognosy: Drugs From Natural Products ( 3436 reads)   

    History and sources of drugs from natural products. The research that is carried out about drugs occurring naturally is called Pharmacognosy. - Category: Healthcare
  • Intravenous Therapy - Advantages, Complications and Applications ( 17043 reads)   

    When substances in liquid form are inserted into a vein directly, the procedure is known as intravenous or IV therapy and the medicines infused into the bloodstream are called specialty pharmaceuticals. - Category: Healthcare
  • Issues in Food Labeling | Nutrition label standards in US, UK and India ( 3496 reads)   

    A small area seen on a food packet that has a wide range of data describing the values of nutrition that the food item provides is called a food label. - Category: Issues
  • Euthanasia: Types, History and Issues ( 3083 reads)   

    When a person decides to end his or her own life purposely to get rid of the pain and the suffering that he or she is going through, is called euthanasia. - Category: Issues
  • Robotic Surgery - A Boon or Bane for Surgeons? ( 2891 reads)   

    Robotic surgery is a concept that incorporates robotic units to help doctors in their surgeries. This procedure was brought into use to remove the hurdles of surgeries that are minimally-invasive and to improve the outcomes of open surgery - Category: Healthcare
  • Biosimilar - Pros, Cons, Global Status and Future ( 6049 reads)   

    Biosimilars are biological drugs that can be generated via a microorganism, for example, a bacteria or yeast. They are almost the same when compared to other biological drugs that have existed in the market. - Category: Healthcare
  • Critical Care Medicine - Suggestions For the Future ( 2364 reads)   

    Critical care medicine is the diagnosis and management of emergency conditions that need complicated life support systems, we look at the current situations and future suggestions. Critical care is invariably seen in an intensive care unit (ICU) or in hospitals treating trauma patients - Category: Healthcare
  • Alternative Therapies Against Blood Cancer (Leukemia) ( 4763 reads)   

    Popular therapies for blood cancer include acupuncture, Ayurveda, bio-resonance therapy and Chinese herbal medicines. A combination of alternative therapy and drugs are also covered. - Category: Healthcare
  • Nanoparticles in Neuroscience ( 2924 reads)   

    As nanoparticles are so small in size they can easily cross the cell barrier. Scientists are interested to find out whether this property of nanoparticles can be used to deliver drugs to remote places. For treating diseases of the CNS, nanosystems are used for generating nano drug delivery systems. They are nanospheres, nanosuspensions, nanoemulsions, carbon nanotubes and nanorobots & solid lipid nanoparticles (SLN) - Category: Nanotechnology
  • Advantages and Applications of Teleneurology ( 2644 reads)   

    What is Teleneurology? - It is defined as consultation with a neurological doctor at a distance, making use of technologies such as the internet or phone. - Category: Healthcare
  • Stem Cell Research Therapies | Past and the Future ( 2107 reads)   

    Multicellular organisms have undifferentiated cells which can divide into cells of the same kind indefinitely. From these cells, whole tissues or organs develop through differentiation. Such kinds of cells are called stem cells. Different types of stem cells are totipotent, pluripotent and multipotent. - Category: Stem Cells

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