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July-December 2020| Vol 7| Issue 2

Review Article

Romosozumab: A new anabolic arrow in quiver for management of osteoporosis

The multifactorial disease of the elderly, characterized by accelerated bone loss and a high risk of fracture (even with trivial trauma), osteoporosis, is known to primarily affect postmenopausal wome...

Review Article

Laboratory findings in COVID-19 patients and biomarkers for early assessment of severity and mortality

The novel coronavirus-19 (severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2) pandemic has crossed more than 4,006,257 cases with 278,892 deaths worldwide and 67,152 cases and 2206 deaths in India. The d...

Original Article

Dissatisfaction and problems in marital life of spouses of patients with bipolar disorder: A cross-sectional study from a tertiary care hospital

Introduction: The objective was to understand the marital dissatisfaction/satisfaction and problems in different areas of marital life in spouses of patients with bipolar disorder (BD). Mate...

Original Article

Awareness and attitude about heart transplantation among undergraduate nursing students: An institution-based survey in India

Introduction: Heart transplantation is the currently available and established lifesaving therapy for the end stage heart failure. Considering the paucity of data about nurses' awareness an...

Original Article

Selfitis, narcissism, and emotional intelligence: Eliciting the interrelation among medical students in Kolkata, West Bengal

Introduction: Selfitis, the obsessive behavior to take and share one's own photographs, is a popular activity among young adults. It is growing with the availability of cheap data and free ...

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Acta Medica International, a publication of Teerthanker Mahaveer University, Moradabad, is a peer-reviewed print + online Semiannual journal.

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