WHY YOU SHOULD CONSIDER A MEDICAL AND DENTAL COLLEGE FOR B.D.S?

A degree in B.D.S or dentistry is on high demand among medical professionals all around the globe. This degree ensures a promising future in the dental field and also is a respectable carrier option.

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MDS IN ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL PATHOLOGY AND MICROBIOLOGY

MDS in Oral and maxillofacial pathology and microbiology deals with nature, characteristics, cause, effects, and diagnosis of diseases that affect the oral and maxillofacial regions.

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MD IN PHARMACOLOGY FROM SANTOSH DEEMED TO BE UNIVERSITY

The Department of Pharmacology at Santosh Medical College, is involved in teaching Pharmacology to undergraduate MBBS students (3rd to 5th semester), PG a d doctoral scholars. The postgraduate program was started in 2008 and the doctoral programme wa

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Pharmacologic treatments for Corona virus

The Pandemic of Coronavirus disease COVID-19 cause by the novel severe acute respiratory syndrome, Coronavirus-2(SARS-COV-2) began in Wuhan City from Sea food and butchery market,a City in Hubei Province of China,in end of the year 2019.

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Who is an Orthodontist?

Orthodontics is a specialized branch of dentistry that focuses on the development of the face, teeth and jaws

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ANTI HEPATITIS VIRAL AGENTS

Hepatitis B & C causes worldwide morbidity and mortility. Antiviral drugs do not cure the condition, their role is suppressive only. Thus search for curative agent is continued. A number of agents are available for treatment of hepatitis B vi

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LAB BIOMARKERS IN COVID-19 PATIENTS CHASING THE STORM

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a global pandemic caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). National capital Delhi and financial capital Mumbai account for 40 per cent of the total number of deaths reported in Ind

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COVID-19 & EYE CARE

In this COVID-19 pandemic Department of Ophthalmology of Santosh Medical college & university, under guidance of Dr Sarita Aggarwal , Head of the department , postgraduate students have educated many patients regarding measures they should take duri

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HEALTH PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF HEALTHCARE WORKERS DURING COVID-10 PANDEMIC

World Health Organization declared COVID-19 as a pandemic on 11th March 2020. It is the greatest pandemic experienced in over a century, and has impacted physical, mental, and social aspects of our lives. It has challenged our abilities of self-contr

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PROSTHODONTICS A JOURNEY YOU ALWAYS LOVE

If I am just to travel back in time not very far, not even hundred years back I could have not imagined that there would be a day when my patient coming to the clinic with the complaint of missing teeth, could go back with replaced tooth which was n

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MAXILLOFACIAL TRAUMA AND AESTHETIC FACIAL RECONSTRUCTION

The gold standard of management of facial fractures is based on the principle that only by an “open” approach can access be gained to the fracture to precisely reduce and stabilize the fragments.

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CURRENT CONCEPT OF COVID-19 TESTING

The COVID-19 pandemic in India is part of the worldwide pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2).

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A VIRUS EVEN DANGEROUS THAN NOVEL CORONAVIRUS

First of all, you will have a big question of why I am writing on a COVID-19 rather than taking you to the journey of amazing places? I am not a health expert, doctor, or epidemiologist, then why should I talk about this topic? But the events which r

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ORDEAL OF A DOCTOR IN COVID ERA

I am an AssistantProfessor at SMC, Ghaziabad,and Delhi-NCR .I have been posted to do duty at COVID isolation for 14days.We work in three shifts consisting of 8-8-12 hours.We follow a 14 days of work and 14 days of break routine.Over the last few mon

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PELTIER EFFECT AND REFRIGERATION IN REFRIGERATED CENTRIFUGE

Peltier Effect named after Jean Charles Athanase Peltier, the physicist who discovered the effect in 1834. He found when electric current is passed through a circuit consisting of two different conductors, a cooling effect is observed in one junction

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CLINICAL UPDATE ON KERATOCONUS MANAGEMENT

The cornea is the clear, dome-shaped window at the front of your eye. It focuses light into your eye. Keratoconus is when the cornea thins out and bulges outward like a cone. Changing the shape of the cornea brings light rays out of focus. Its cause

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DRUGS CAUSING ANAPHYLAXIS (IATROGENIC EFFECT)

One of the iatrogenic effects of drugs which can be fatal is anaphylaxis.Anaphylaxis is a serious and life-threatening consequence

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PLASTINATION-A LONG TERM PRESERVATION METHOD OF HUMAN TISSUES

Plastination is a technique or process used in anatomy to preserve bodies or body parts

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DEAD BODY MANAGEMENT DURING COVID -19

Covid-19 has reached almost all the nations in the world. More and more people are dying from it and in some countries, even the army has been called upon to help dispose of the dead as there is a shortage of coffins,

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FORENSIC MEDICINE MYTHS BUSTED

The subject Forensic Medicine is part and parcel of life of every medico knowingly or unknowingly since the time a medico sets foot in the temple of Medical Education. At every step of life of a medico

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WHAT’S NEW IN CONTRACEPTION

Contraceptive and Family Planning services and supplies are core components of essential health services and access to these services is a fundamental human right.

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HIGH PURINE CONTENT DIET & COVID-19: A TROUBLE

It is highly unlikely that people can contract COVID-19 from food or food packaging

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SELF-CARE FOR SELFLESS CARE: NEED OF THE HOUR

In January 2020, when the world was coming to terms with a new kind of corona virus which originated in Wuhan, China, I

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A STUDY ON LIP PRINT PATTERN, ABO BLOOD GROUP AND THEIR CORRELATION

Lip print pattern and blood group of the blood sample taken from the scene of crime constitute very important supplementary aids in crime detection.

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Histological changes in the lungs of covid positive patients

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), which is zoonotic in origin has caused a great global threat to public health.The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared COVID-19 disease as a pandemic.

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CADAVERIC DISSECTION VERSUS VIRTUAL DISSECTION

Anatomy is a cornerstone of health profession’s education .A deep understanding of anatomy is fundamental for safe clinical practice for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, physical therapists, athletic trainers, and other health related professionals

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Who is a Prosthodontist?

Prosthodontist is a dentist specially focusing on missing teeth. These trained medical professionals treat a variety of oral issues, and provide specialized care that suits each patient’s particular dental needs. Read on to learn what Prosthodontis

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Creating sustainable clinical laboratories of the future

It might be difficult to believe that clinical labs can achieve sustainable operations, given their high throughput and need for sterility.

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DYSMENORRHEA: an important health issue in women

Dysmenorrhea literally means painful menstruation. But a more realistic and practical definition includes cases of painful menstruation of sufficient magnitude so as to incapacitate day-to-day activities.

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GAPS IN YOUR SMILE? CONSIDER PROSTHETIC VENEERS

No matter how much you love your favorite t-shirt, you only show it to the world a few days a year. On the other hand,

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Breast cancer detection & screening: Biochemistry Prospective

Breast cancer is a public health problem as it is the second commonest cancer with increasing incidence (1 in 8 women aged 45-55) in the world.

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ETHICAL ISSUES WITH COVID 19 DEATHS

It has been now more than 8 months that the whole world is facing the wrath of covid19 with heavily disastrous outcome in terms of mortality & morbidity

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Biochemistry in Amyloid Diseases

Peptides and proteins have been found to possess an inherent tendency to convert from their native functional states into intractable amyloid aggregates

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CONE BEAM COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY

Radiology is important in the diagnostic assessment of the dental patient and guidelines for the selection of appropriate radiographic procedures for patients suspected of having dental and maxillofacial disease are available.

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MAXILLOFACIAL PROSTHETICS

Maxillofacial prosthodontics is the branch of dentistry that provides prostheses to treat or restore tissues of the stomatognathic system and associated facial structures, that have been affected by disease, injury, surgery, or congenital defect, pro

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REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURES AND PERIODONTIUM

Removable partial dentures (RPD) have an important role in the health of periodontium. fixed prostheses are most suitable for replacement of missing teeth,

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Aesthetic Restoration

It involves methods through which teeth are restored and the original amount of hard tissue of teeth is also conserved. This ensures the aesthetic appearance of tooth.

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Root Canal Myths & Facts

People seem to cringe when they hear the words root canal. I know that I used to. But reading the truth about these 10 root canal myths can help you get a better sense of what having a root canal really is all about.

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Dentistry is not expensive,Neglect is

People think dental treatment is expensive. Yes, it does involve a lot of technique and various material costs to be borne by the dentist to restore a tooth.

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DESQUAMATIVE GINGIVITIS

Desquamative gingivitis (DG) is a clinical description of the gingiva which may manifest as a result of various mucocutaneous conditions such as lichen planus or vesiculobullous disorders .

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Autoimmune diagnostics in biochemistry: ISLET Cell Autoimmunity

Extensive exploration in the course of recent many years has recognized flowing autoantibodies coordinated against an assortment of pancreatic islet cell antigens (ICA) in patients with type 1 diabetes and their first-degree family members.

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BIOMOLECULES OF LIFE

The large molecules necessary for life that are built from smaller organic molecules are called biological macromolecules.

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VACCINES IN INDIA- Comparison of COVAXIN and Covishield

Govt of India has prepared an elaborate plan to roll out the vaccines. A multi level approach and mechanisms have been established, divided into National, state, district and block levels.

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Toll-Like Receptors

Toll-like receptors (TLRs) play crucial roles in the innate immune system by recognizing pathogen-associated molecular patterns derived from various microbes.

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Management of Broken Front Teeth

Majority of dental injuries involves tooth fractures in the front tooth region, especially in upper teeth due to their anatomical position. Anterior crown fractures lead to discomfort and serious psychological, esthetic, functional, and phonetic prob

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Art of Cosmetic Dentistry

Whether you like it or not, that space in between your teeth has a name. A diastema is a space between two teeth most commonly seen in maxillary central incisor. It is most commonly seen in children. It is considered as normal phenomenon of child’s

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Quick Fix the Fractured Tooth

The most common consequence of traumatic dental injury is uncomplicated crown fracture. Dental trauma occurs most frequently to the maxillary central incisors, and the fracture zone may involve both enamel and dentin.

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HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS INFECTION

Herpes is caused by Herpes simplex virus (HSV).HSV-1causes orofacial and genital infections.HSV-2 causes primarily genital infections

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ORAL PATHOLOGY- HIV AWARNESS

The human immunodeficiency virus is a non-oncogenic human retrovirus that belongs to the lentivirus group type III.

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THE ROLE OF ORAL PATHOLOGY IN OVERALL HEALTH

To many people, complex oral health care often means the need for a specific type of oral surgery to address a foundation and/or functional issue with their oral health. This might include severe tooth loss, or damage or malformation of the jawbone.

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TREATMENT OF FASCIAL SPACE INFECTION

Patient reported with swelling and dysphagia to the department and having uncontroled diabetes.

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Problems with Intermaxillary Fixation in Facial Trauma

Intermaxillary fixation is the treatment for many maxillofacial fractures. It’s indicated to immobilise the fractured segments in their anatomically reduced position. It’s done with closed reduction where occlusion is taken as guide for alignment

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All You Need to Know About Clear Aligners

Clear aligners are a great way to realign teeth and develop a great smile, whether you suffer from crooked teeth, overbites, underbites, or even small gaps

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Adult Orthodontics- Why It Is Never Too Late

Orthodontics like braces is used to reposition teeth for a straight and smile. It improves not only the aesthetics of your smile but also the functionality and health of your teeth.

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ORAL LICHEN PLANUS

Lichen planus is a mucocutaneousdisorder which involves various mucosal surfaces either alone or along with involvement of skin.

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ORAL HYGIENE IN ORTHODONTIA

As with any treatment modality, there are risks and complications frequently encountered in orthodontic treatment.

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LEUKOPLAKIA

Oral white lesions, including leukoplakias, are commonly encountered in daily practice by oral health care providers, especially oral and maxillofacial surgeons.

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ROLE OF PLATELET CONCENTRATES IN MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY

Platelets play a crucial role in haemostasis , regeneration and tissue recovery. Growth factors, cytokines in platelet are responsible for healing and tissue regeneration process .

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MENSTRUAL HYGIENE: AN INTEGRAL PART OF WOMEN’S HEALTH

Physical health and personal hygiene are an intrinsic part of a woman’s well-being,especially during menstruation.

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CORONA VACCINE PRIORITY A RELIEF FOR PROSTHODONTIC PATIENTS

During the covid-19 pandemic the most affected population is the elderly people particularly those with co-morbid conditions. Most of the elderly persons live with some or the other systemic problems and they are affected by the present pandemic.

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Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) frontier in Molecular Microbiology Diagnostics Era for SARS- CoV -2 virus Mutants – Way to Go Ahead

As world fighting and understanding the novel Coronavirus , how it spreads and evolves ,genetic sequencing has provided enormous insight. Though many of these mutations does not affect the viruses in meaningful ways, but they are important for unders

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GET AESTHETIC SMILE WITH CLEAR ALIGNERS TODAY

You are never too late for your Orthodontic Treatment. Get your teeth straighten with Clear Aligner at Department of Orthodontics at Santosh Dental College, Ghaziabad

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The role of clinical education in stewardship programs

There are two aspects of clinical microbiology- the laboratory service and the clinical advice for treatment.

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Periodontology as a speciality

It is the branch of dentistry that specializes in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of periodontal disease, and in the placement of dental implants.

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THE ROLE OF ORAL PATHOLOGY IN OVER ALL HEALTH

To become an Oral Pathologist,one needs to attends four years of dental school to become a Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS). After acquiring degrees, a dentist goes to an additional three years of post-graduation accredited by the Dental Council of I

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THE CONUNDRUM WITH “DO IT YOURSELF” ABORTION PILLS

Every individual has the right to freely and responsibly decide the highest standard of sexual and reproductive health. Despite legalization of abortion,

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