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Lactated Ringer’s solution, or LR, is an intravenous (IV) fluid you may receive if you’re dehydrated, having surgery, or receiving IV medications. It’s also sometimes called Ringer’s lactate or sodium lactate solution. There are several reasons why you may receive this IV fluid if you need medical care. How doRead More →

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Annual Leave The employee can avail annual leaves to meet any medical/personal emergencies. Annual leave can be availed in units of half day as well. Employees can take annual leaves up to the maximum of their accumulated annual leave balance, subject to approval from their reporting manager. What is theRead More →

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First class medical certificate requirements include checks of eyesight, ears, psychical examination, electrocardiogram (ECG), lung function, cholesterol blood, hemoglobin blood, chest X-ray, urine, period of validity. It will cover the lungs, heart, blood pressure, stomach, limbs and nervous system. What is a Class 1 or 2 medical certificate? There areRead More →

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General Tests: Urine Routine Analysis. Stool Test (Optional) ECG (Resting) X-Ray Chest (PA view) Ultrasonogram of the Abdomen (Screening) Pap Smear (for Women) TMT. ECHO. What is the benefit of full body checkup? Getting a full-body check-up that includes tests for diabetes, cholesterol, Blood Pressure, heart disease can save yourRead More →

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Common thermoplastic materials used in the manufacturing of medical plastic products include polycarbonate, polypropylene, polyethylene or the formulation of custom polymers to meet specific medical device applications. What are medical grade materials? Medical grade plastic materials are an essential part of the modern healthcare system. These materials comply with globalRead More →

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Medical summarization is the process of categorizing and analyzing intricate medical data, and converting into medico-legally authenticated records. With advancement in the medical technology, large amounts of medical data get recorded at various facilities every minute. What does a medical Summariser do? A medical summariser summarises all medical notes andRead More →

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Abbreviation for durable medical equipment. What are examples of DME? DME includes, but is not limited to, wheelchairs (manual and electric), hospital beds, traction equipment, canes, crutches, walkers, kidney machines, ventilators, oxygen, monitors, pressure mattresses, lifts, nebulizers, bili blankets and bili lights. Is DME considered medical? Durable Medical Equipment: Medi-CalRead More →

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The Bill seeks to repeal the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 and provide for a medical education system which ensures: (i) availability of adequate and high quality medical professionals, (ii) adoption of the latest medical research by medical professionals, (iii) periodic assessment of medical institutions, and (iv) What is NMCRead More →

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Non-Medical – Computer Science, Economics, Physical Education, Engineering Drawing, Fine Arts, Psychology. What are the streams in non medical? Table of Contents ENGINEERING. Engineering is one of the most sorted career options after 12th non-medical. LAW (BA LLB) ONLINE TUTORING. COMPUTER APPLICATION SCIENCE. ACTUARIAL SCIENCE. HOTEL MANAGEMENT. ONLINE CONSULTANT. COMMERCIALRead More →

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MEDICO-LEGAL CASE {MLC} a. Definition of Medico-legal Case. Cases wherever attending doctor after taking history and clinical examination of the patient thinks that some investigation by law enforcing agencies are essential so as to fix the responsibility regarding the case in accordance with the law of land. Is medico legal?Read More →