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  • Tele-Rehabilitation Therapy: A New Frontier in Post Covid-19 Epoch

Cicily JOHN Dr. Malavika Kaipparettu ABRAHAM

Tele-rehabilitation is a relatively new field in healthcare that makes use of modern communication and networking tools to provide rehabilitation treatments to patients in remote locations. Rehabilitative telemedicine involves providing treatments to patients in a variety of settings, including their own homes, using electronic means of contact. Patients' needs for rehabilitation can be met by telerehabilitation, which is supported since it maintains geographical separation and decreases the likelihood of viral transmission. Tele-rehabilitation helps those who need it by providing them with therapeutic treatments, remote progress monitoring, education, counseling, training, and a place to connect with others who share their condition. All facets of medical rehabilitation have been revolutionized by technological advancements in the last few years, from the delivery of specialised interventions to the supply of cutting-edge therapies. As a result of these rapid advancements, healthcare professionals are now able to give treatment remotely, in a different format. The term "mHealth," which encompasses the utilization of mobile gadgets like cell phones, tablets, and smart phones in healthcare and epidemiological research, has also developed recently. Because of its widespread accessibility and very inexpensive solutions, mHealth is often hailed as a force for positive transformation throughout the world. When it comes to communicating with and treating a wide variety of patients, the transition towards technology-based therapy, especially smart phone-based applications, is a highly significant topic. Due to the widespread nature of non-compliance with treatment and rehabilitation programmes, therapeutic compliance has been a focus of clinical concern since the 1970s. Recent technological progress has the potential to improve therapy results.



Developed a robust and reliable method for the simultaneous estimation of DrotaverineHCl and Mefenamic acid using reverse-phase liquid chromatography.Some key features of your method include the use of a Hi Q C-18 W column, a simple mobile phase consisting of 80:20% v/v methanol and HPLC grade water (with 0.1% triethylamine at pH 3), and UV detection at a wavelength of 250 nm. These conditions allowed for good linearity in the concentration ranges of 2-10 μg/mL for DrotaverineHCl and 6-30 μg/mL for Mefenamic Acid.The validated method according to ICH guidelines and tested its stability indicating capacity. This method appears to be a valuable tool for the analysis of DrotaverineHCl and Mefenamic acid in pharmaceutical formulations.

  • A short term study on dengue incidence inthree districts of Rajasthan, India

Varsha Joshi & Meera Srivastava

Dengue fever (DF), “Break bone” fever or Haddi Todh Bukhar is a mosquito borne Flaviviral (an RNA virus of the family Flavividio) infection. It is one of the fastest infectious disease increasing in tropical and subtropical areas.It is now well documented that the main causal vector for the transmission of dengue fever is the mosquito Ae. aegypti.During the recent part, the number of dengue cases is increasing within the Country and the state of Rajasthan is no exception. It was therefore proposed to carry out a survey in North West Rajasthan taking into consideration three districts viz., Bikaner, Sriganganagar and Hanumangarh. The survey was aimed to study the dengue incidence from March to Novemebr.Overall, maximum cases from Bikaner were documented in October and from Hanumangarh and Sriganganagar during November. Minimum number of cases from all the three districts were reported in the month of August.

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