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India has one doctor for 2,000 patients finds Standing Committee 

The report is stringent in its criticism of the body’s workings, and laid down that the doctor to patient ratio was far worse than what MCI admitted, most probably 1:2000 as compared to 1:1674. The latter ratio was calculated based on the number of practising doctors in MCI’s records, of 9.29 lakh registered in the Indian Medical Register. Source: India has one doctor for 2,000 patients finds Standing Committee | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

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Haematological and biochemical markers as predictors of dengue infection. 

The present study is a prospective, hospital-based, observational study done from August 2014 to October 2014. The objective of our study was to consider whether dengue infection can be suspected based on haematological and biochemical findings. The study included 100 patients positive for dengue infection. Complete hemogram, transaminases for liver injury, blood urea and serum creatinine levels for renal assessment were performed for these patients. The most common haematological findings were thrombocytop Source: Haematological and biochemical markers as predictors of dengue infection. – PDF

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