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Friday, 17 July 2015

Cognitive Symptoms in Type 1 Diabetes Patients.

Clinically significant cognitive impairment is present in more than a quarter of middle-aged adults who had been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in childhood, according to a new study.

The results were published online July 7, 2015 in Diabetes Care by Karen A Nunley, PhD, a postdoctoral associate in epidemiology at the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and colleagues.

Wide neuropsychiatric testing among 97 adults with an average age of 49 years who had been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in childhood revealed a prevalence of 28% of clinically significant cognitive impairment, which is comparable to the prevalence of mild cognitive impairment typically reported in adults aged 85 years and older.

The finding raises several concerns, Dr. Nunley told Medscape Medical News.

"We are studying adults who were diagnosed mainly in children, whereas previous studies included individuals diagnosed in adulthood, people who were not exposed to metabolic dysregulation associated with diabetes during critical periods of brain development that occurs during the childhood. "

And, he said, the issues are also middle aged adults "who are at risk of changes" normal "age-related cognitive, the effects of which may be amplified by long-term exposure to diabetes."

One explanation could be that chronic hyperglycemia has negative effects on the cerebral vasculature, similar to that known to occur in the retina or the kidney, he said.

And one of the main concerns is that cognitive impairment can affect a patient's ability to manage their own diabetes. The Poor executive function could hinder time management, the ability to plan and organize, remember details, and to change the approach, Dr. Nunley said, also adding that impaired psychomotor speed may affect the patient's ability to respond quickly to a dangerous situation - for example, while driving.

However, she also stressed that "we are in no way implying that those with onset type 1 diabetes in children can not become successful adults with significant careers. What we hope to do is raise awareness that cognitive impairment It is a possible complication of diabetes, along the lines of retinopathy and neuropathy, so medical providers can help people with type 1 diabetes and their caregivers understand why this happens. "

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Friday, 19 June 2015

Do You Support Maggi????

Today everybody in the world especially in India are talking about banning of Nestle Maggi and withdrawn of crores of Maggi stock from the market.

      As we know that till 2 decades Maggi became a part of our life. From 2 years children to 60 years old people eating Maggi as their daily food. It is very difficult to withdraw Maggi from the society because people are addicted to it.

Some reasons why people loving Maggi:
1. It is easy to cook.
2. It is tasty
3. Easy to digest
4. As children does not eat vegetables mothers make them to eat vegetables through Maggie.
5. Some body think it is healthy.
6. It is cheaper when compare to other food.

Government voice towards Maggi:
1. Maggie contains more lead than threshold value.
2. Long term consumption of Maggi leads to lead poisoning called as Lead palsy.
3. The symptoms of lead palsy are brain degeneration, body growth restriction etc.,

Facts about banning of Maggi :
1. it might be the government plan to withdraw Maggi from the market to counter the foreign economy. Because Maggie making more marketing in India.
2. Some body telling that it is plan of Maggie against companies.
3. If Maggi contains lead more than threshold value then why we don't find even one case because of lead poisoning.
4. It is very difficult to withdraw any product from the market when the market is at high range.
5. If maggi noodles contains lead what about other noodles. They are also using almost same formula as maggi noodles.

Alternative steps to decrease lead poisoning instead of banning Maggi:
1. All are telling that it is dangerous to children health then it is suggested that the label content of Maggi will be changed to NOT FOR CHILDREN and they should mention age group on label.
2. The effects of the packed content should be printed on label as we seen in case of tablets. Then the people who want to eat they can eat and who don't want avoid it.
3. Parents don't cook Maggie for children below 12 years to avoid lead poisoning.
4. The final important thing is that government has to take steps for research on Maggie poisoning to prove its harmful contents. Then it will be helpful for public and its employees.

Sunday, 26 April 2015

Race for Pharmaceuticals Store Keeper (total 13 seats) throughout India Institute of Medical Sciences

All India Institute of Medical Sciences was established as an institution of national importance by an Act of Parliament with the objects to develop patterns of teaching in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education in all its branches to demonstrate a high level of medical education in India ; gather in one place educational facilities of the highest order for the training of personnel in all important branches of health activity; and achieve self-sufficiency in Graduate Medical Education.

Post: Store Keeper, Pharmacist

You are invited in the form prescribed by the online mode to fill various Group "A" (No School), Group 'B' and group messaging "C" at AIIMS, New Delhi as in: -
(For details, applicants are encouraged to visit www. and read the instructions carefully before completing this form

Store Keeper (Drugs)
No.of post: 03- UR
Group: B
Pay & pay grade Band: PB-2 Rs.9300-34800 + Grade Pay Rs.4200
Upper age limit: 25 years
Essential eligibility criteria:
(A) essential:
Degree in Pharmacy from the University Desirable recognized / Institution: -
Experience in the storage and distribution of medicines in the pharmacy of a hospital or a well established pharmaceutical concern.
(B) essential:
(I) for Diploma in Pharmacy / Boards recognized institution;
(Ii) three years in a hospital pharmacy or a well established pharmaceutical concern.

Pharmaceutical Grade-II
No.of post 10 (UR-04, ST-02, OBC-04) [01-intended PH (OL, BL)]
Group: C
Pay & pay grade Band: PB-1 Rs.5200-20200 + Grade Pay Rs.2800)
Upper age limit: 30 years
Essential eligibility criteria:
(I) Degree in Pharmacy from the Institution / Board recognized
(Ii) In the case of a pharmacist registered under the Pharmacy Act, 1948
(I) Degree in Pharmacy from the institution / university recognized
(Ii) Experience in the supply and / or storage and dispensing of medicines in a hospital or institution or a reputable pharmacy or a pharmaceutical concern.

Online registration application is available at AIIMS web site from 04/25/2015 to 24/05/2015 9:00 a.m. to 17:00

India Institute of Medical Sciences
ANSARI Nagar, New Delhi-110029


To apply go below link. If the link does not open copy and paste below link in the search box and apply.

Saturday, 11 April 2015

Be Alert of Sun Stroke

Sun Stroke:
        It is defined as the stroke of heart brought about by excessive heat of sun. It is very common in tropical areas like India at summer season. This is common at summer season i.e,. April to June. This condition may be mild to severe. Some times it is fatal especially for pediatrics and geriatrics.

         So, every one should have knowledge about sun stroke to get rid of its fatal effects. Here I am trying to give little idea about symptoms, causes and first aid of sun stroke.

Causes of Sun stroke:
1. Over working in sun heat (especially between 12 Pm to 4 Pm)
2. Fasting in summer seasons.
3. Lack of water drinking

Symptoms of sun stroke:
1. Over thirsty.
2. Giddiness and fatigue.
3. Palpitation.
4. Dry mouth and dry lips.
5. Fever and diarrhea.
6. Hypotension.

Effects of sun stroke:
1. The common effects are weakness.
2. Some times the effects are fatal like excessive diarrhea.
3. Sudden heart stoke.

How to detect Sun stroke:
If any of the above symptoms were seen in patient we decided that it is sun stroke. The patient looses electrolytes due to sun heat so the blood pressure decreases it may leads to decreasing of blood supply to heart which results heart stroke.

First aid for sun stroke:
1. Patient has brought to cool place immediately.
2. Loosen the body clothes to encourage breathing.
3. Give plenty of water.
4. If possible give ORS.
5. If symptoms are severe take patient to hospital immediately.


Prevention measures:
1. Drink plenty of water.
2. Use umbrellas and caps while going to out side in between 12 Pm to 4 Pm.
3. Take fruit juices, coconut water and fruit juices.
4. Wear cotton clothes.
5. Take rest.

Use Umbrella

Drinking water

Cotton fabrics 

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Sunday, 5 April 2015

Tips to protect health of Aged parents.

Parents are the origin of our lives. All of us know that without our parents we are nothing. So the medical care given to them at old age is the real gift to them by us. So we have to take care of their health. But many of us do not know how to protect their health. Here are some tips to save their health. They are;

 1. Medical care:
Sure that your parents having appointments of medical care. Make sure that your parents receiving proper medical care.

2. Medication safety:
Medication safety is the main part of parents health. So make sure that the medication using by person for any disorder is safe or not.

3. Physical activity:
We have to encourage our parents to do physical activity at the level best depending on their age.

4. Mental health:
Observe their mental health like anxiety and depression. If any signs of mental disorder are observed then immediately get proper therapy.

5. Good nutrition:
Encourage our parents to take healthy and nutrients rich diet to avoid more health problems.

6. Home improvements.
7. Safety-proofing.
8. Helpful devices.
Medical care 

Wednesday, 1 April 2015

Employment opportunity for B.Pharm cool, M.Pharm Clinical Research Associate: SCRI | 5 Opening

The SCRI is an education of a single year and mentoring program for hematology trainees and secondary school teachers in academic medical centers and provides extensive education about clinical research methods, research collaborations, statistical analysis, and management the demands of family and career.
The aim of Saicrinstitute is to produce a group of researchers armed with ideas for hematology and clinical research tools and access to resources for their ideas into reality.

Message: Clinical Research Associate
No.of Since: 05

Job Description
Responsible for management of designated clinical trials including investigator selection, analysis of potential patient recruitment, preparation of documentation related to the trial (protocols, case report forms, brochures researchers, consent documents, letters of agreement, confidentiality agreements), organizing presentations Ethics committee with follow through to ensure successful outcome.

Required Skills: Pharma, Biotechnology, Microbiology

Candidate profile: MPharm, BPharm, BHMS, BNYS, MBB, (biotechnology), (Biotechnology), etc.

Additional Information:
Exprience: 0-1 years
Rating: MPharm, BPharm, BHMS, BNYS, MBB, (biotechnology), (Biotechnology)
Location: Chennai / Bangalore
Industry Type: Pharma, Biotech, clinical data analyst, CRA
Last Date: April 30, 2015


Posted By,
Jagadish M
Sai Institute of Clinical Research

Friday, 20 March 2015

Banasthali Vidhyapith requires Faculty Positions Department of Pharmacy, Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Banasthali Vidhyapith requires Faculty Positions Department of Pharmacy, Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Chemistry
The origin of Banasthali is unique in more ways than one. Banasthali owes its existence nor the zeal of a teacher, nor that of a social reformer. Nor is the creation of a philanthropist bag. It has emerged as the fabled phoenix from the ashes of a flower Shanta Bai had withered before flowering. Is a spontaneous filling the void caused by Shantabai was death.It of 6 October 1935 when Smt. Ratan Shastri and Pandit Hiralal Shastri founded Banasthali to fill the void caused by the sudden death of his very talented and promising Shantabai daughter. They had high expectations that would work for the cause of women when she grew up. Love, eternal love has been the source of all thought and action, and this spirit has been the motivating force.

Message: Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, Research Associate
Science and Technology

Pharmacy, Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Qualifications as per UGC / AICTE / NCTE / PCI / Bar Council of India norms and Wages in pay bands as Sixth Pay Commission recommendations. Compensation not a hurdle for competent candidates. Reservations for rules Banasthali Vidyapith. Workers must become habitual user of Khadi on appointment.
Applications duly supported by testimonials and portfolio along with recent research publication with a passport size photograph should arrive within three weeks to the Secretary, Banasthali Vidyapith, Banasthali Vidyapith PO-304022 (Rajasthan).

Candidates can download the prescribed application form on the website of the University.

Last Date: April 6, 2015

To download the application please click the link below. If you did not open copy and paste the link into your search box.