Daily Archives: 25/07/2020


Reporting on diagnostic imaging studies revolves around being able to accurately describe what we are seeing on the images. There are a number of terms that we commonly use in our reports that you should understand, and that you should be able to use when asked to describe an image. Radiographs The formation of an […]


Dear Doctors, Interleukin 6 has been an analyte which till recently was rarely used in general clinical practice. IN these days of COVID 19 it is being widely used to detect IL storm and helps in deciding whether Tocilizumab therapy ought to be given. It has come to our notice that when tested immediately after […]

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Sanjiv Agarwal Founder, Good Governance India Foundation Mumbai, India sanjiv@ggif.in Hon’ble Prime Minister, Jay Bhattacharya, MD, PhD Professor of Medicine Stanford University Stanford, California USA jay@stanford.edu   Thank you for inviting suggestions regarding Unlock 2.0 in your recent speech. In response to your invitation we are writing our suggestions in the form of this […]

These are the 4 effects COVID-19 can have on your brain

< Research has shown how coronavirus is affecting the brain of those infected. Image: REUTERS/Callaghan O’Hare This article is published in collaboration with The Conversation 16 Jul 2020 Michael Zandi Consultant Neurologist and Honorary Associate Professor in Neurology, UCL • COVID-19 is known as a respiratory disease, causing damage to a patient’s lungs. • However, […]