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    Current British Approaches in Tackling Childhood C...

    Constipation, a disorder of bowel movements, is one of the most prevalent gastrointestinal complaints.Childhood constipation ranks among the most...

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    Possible connection between perioperative anaphyla...

    To consolidate existing evidence and assess the correlation between prior allergies/allergic conditions and allergic reactions during surgery (an...

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    Understanding the significance of increasing subje...

    The Sleep Diary Questionnaire (SDQ), a modified version of the Consensus Sleep Diary, serves as a 17-item sleep diary utilized in insomnia trials...

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    Optimized 14-d sequential treatment shows higher c...

    The global challenge of Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) cure persists amid rising antimicrobial resistance. Optimizing sequential therapy, partic...

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    5-day antibiotic therapy for febrile UTI in childr...

    To ascertain the non-inferiority (5% threshold) of the 5-day Amoxicillin-Clavulanate (Amox-clav) course compared with the 10-day course for pedia...

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KETOMORPH study: Comparison of Ketamine and Morphi...

2 min Medical News

Ketamine intravenous therapy was found to be a non-inferior analgesic to Morphine in case of acute traumatic pain, as per the outcomes of the Int...

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    Mannitol infiltration eases postoperative discomfo...

    In a prospective study involving thirty people suffering from bilateral symmetrically impacted mandibular third molars, Mannitol infiltration rem...

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    New study: Biomarkers Linked to pain and stress in...

    Different biomarkers linked with pain in critically ill children can be easily obtained and measured in a clinical setting, a review published in...

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    Iota-Carrageenan nasal spray relieves grass pollen...

    The use of iota-carrageenan nasal spray was found to be a safe, well-tolerated prophylactic therapy which lessens the nasal allergic symptoms in...

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    Is Paracetamol more effective than Ibuprofen for p...

    Paracetamol and Ibuprofen have comparable efficacy for immediate postpartum analgesia and they can be considered as a non-opioid substitute for p...

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    Shockingly high H. pylori eradication rate with Ri...

    Not just as monotherapy, oral Rifasutenizol capsules when combined with Rabeprazole enteric-coated tablets and Amoxicillin capsules (14-day tripl...

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    Caffeine: A promising therapy for improving mobili...

    Caffeine, a psychoactive agent proved to be effective in improving balance, mobility and quality of life (QoL) in people with multiple sclerosis...

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    Synbiotic Supplementation tied to favourable pregn...

    The findings of a recent randomized controlled trial found that supplementation of synbiotics in pregnant women with mild pre-eclampsia (PE) was...

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    Age affects characteristics and exacerbations of a...

    A novel study in asthma research posted in ‘Thorax’ shed light on the distinct differences in characteristics and exacerbation rates...

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    Trial compares Levetiracetam vs Carbamazepine mono...

    In a randomized controlled clinical trial, Carbamazepine (CBZ) and Levetiracetam (LEV) demonstrated equal efficacy in controlling focal seizures...

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