JCMC | Volume 2 | Number 1 | Issue 2 | 2012
Editorial
1
Editor in Chief
Prof Dr Harish Chandra Neupane
Original Articles
1
THE EFFICACY AND ACCEPTABILITY OF MEDICAL ABORTION OF LESS THAN 63 DAYS GESTATION IN CHITWAN
A Shrestha and LB Sedai
2
ARE ELDERLY PEOPLE LIVING IN OLD-AGE HOME, LESS DEPRESSED THAN THOSE OF COMMUNITY? FINDINGS FROM A COMPARATIVE STUDY
H Ghimire, PK Pokharel, PM Shyangwa, DD Baral, A Aryal and AK Mishra
3
ROLE OF PLEURAL FLUID CEA LEVEL IN PLEURAL FLUID ANALYSIS
R Shrestha and G Sayami
4
YOUNG AND NOVICE DONORS ARE MORE SUSCEPTIBLE TO HEMODYNAMIC ADVERSE EFFECTS DURING BLOOD DONATION
B Gorkhali, M Amatya and P Dewan
5
PREVALENCE OF URINARY TRACT INFECTION AT KANTI CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
K Gautam and BM Pokhrel
6
ENTERIC FEVER PATHOGENS AND THEIR ANTIMICROBIAL SUSCEPTIBILITY PATTERN IN CHITWAN, NEPAL
A Acharya, HP Nepal, R Gautam and S Shrestha
7
POSTOPERATIVE PAIN MANAGEMENT WITH LOCAL INFILTRATION IN HERNIOTOMY WOUND AND ORAL ANALGESIA IN CHILDREN
NR Sharma
8
ABNORMAL UTERINE BLEEDING; ITS PREVALENCE, CAUSES AND MANAGEMENT IN CHITWAN
LB Sedhai, A Shrestha
9
GUILLAIN BARRE SYNDROME - MAJOR CAUSE OF ACUTE FLACCID PARALYSIS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENT IN EASTERN NEPAL
KS Sharma, R Singh and GS Shah
10
STUDY A NEW SYNDROME WITH PEOPLE WORKING IN GULF COUNTRIES
CP Sedain
11
ARTHROSCOPY ASSISTED ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT RECONSTRUCTION USING BONE PATELLA TENDON GRAFT; OUR EXPERIENCES
A Shrestha, S Dhakal, S Pandey, G Neupane and AP Regmi
12
STUDY OF THE INCIDENCE OF DISTAL RADIUS FRACTURE
S Dhakal and DL Caro
13
A SURVEY TO STUDY THE PRACTICE OF REQUESTING FOR CHECK X-RAY AFTER HIP FRACTURE SURGERY
S Dhakal and RG Battad
14
IMPACT OF ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY AMONG PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV AND AIDS
K Sharma and K Tuladhar
15
CUBITUS VARUS IN YOUNG ADULTS CORRECTION WITH LATERAL CLOSING WEDGE OSTEOTOMY AND SCREW, K-WIRE AND SS-WIRE FIXATION
S Pandey, A Shrestha, AP Regmi, A Prajapati, S Dhakal and G Neupane
16
ASSESSMENT OF DIFFICULT INTUBATION IN CLEFT LIP AND PALATE SURGERY
NR Sharma
17
PREVALENCE OF SEXUAL ABUSE AMONG SCHOOL CHILDREN
L Rajbanshi
Case Report
1
EWING SARCOMA OF ULNA TREATED WITH RESECTION AND RECONSTRUCTION WITH FIBULA
S Pandey and S Pokharel
2
RHINOLITH – LIKE A NASAL TUMOR
R Bhandari, TR Limbu and A Ghimire

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