TABLE OF CONTENT (VOLUME-08, ISSUE-06, JUNE-2021) Photo

1.SEVERE HYPERURICEMIA DUE TO INDISCRIMINATE TORSEMIDE USE

Dr. Jaiji Thomas*, Dr. S.K. Mathew, Dr. Asha Susan Geoji, Dr. Dinesh Raj Neupane, Dr. Rini Ponnachan, Dr. Natish Belbase

2.MISALIGNED SPINE BECAUSE OF DIFFERENT MUSCLES: A LITERATURE REVIEW

Dr. Raymond L Venter

3.ASSESSMENT OF MANAGING PREDIABETES IN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE IN RIYADH REGION

Fahad Khalid Albahili, Faisal Fahad Alomari, Khaled Alnashmi Alanazi

4.IDENTIFICATION OF ADULTERANTS IN REGULAR FOOD STUFF

Abhishek Kotari, Niharika Kongathi, Manisha Emmadishetty, Geetanjali Kommorollu, Krishna Mohan Chinnala, Vamshi Sharathnath Kaveti*

5.DENTAL AWARENESS OF TEACHERS IN CASE OF DENTAL INJURY

Kagramanyan Anika, Burtseva Ekaterina, Lushkov Richard, Dr. Omerelli Emir

6.ANALYSIS OF COGNITIVE ASPECTS CONTRIBUTED TO THE AETIOLOGY AND DIAGNOSIS OF CORONARY HEART DISEASE SUCH AS DEPRESSION ANXIETY AND STRESS

Dr. Urooj Jamil Ahmad, Dr. Ahmad Sajjad, Dr. Sajjad Ali Akbar

7.THE ADAPTATIVE WORTH AND THERAPEUTIC CONNOTATION OF NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY BP VARIABILITY

Dr. Urooj Jamil Ahmad, Dr. Ahmad Sajjad, Dr. Sajjad Ali Akbar

8.STUDY AND REVIEW OF ROLE OF PHARMACOGENOMICS IN NEW DRUG DISCOVERY

Suwarna Patil, Prof. Mazharoddin Nizamoddin, Prof. U. H. Patil

9.ROLE OF SCHOOL HEADS IN SUPPORTING AND BUILDING TEACHERS’ EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP CAPACITY

Asif Hameed, Muhammad Riaz and Mohammad Azam Tareen

10.AN OVERVIEW ON IN-SITU GELLING SYSTEM

Allamsetti Geethanjali, Praveen Sivadasu* and Padmalatha K

11.NIOSOMES-A NOVEL DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM

G. Pramoda*, S. Geetha, K. Manasa, P. Sindhu, K. Ramya, T. Harila, and K. Padmalatha

12.THE CORRELATION BETWEEN NEUTROPHIL-TO-LYMPHOCYTE AND CLINICAL SEVERITY IN PATIENTS WITH COVID-19 IN DAMMAM CITY, KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA

Marai Alshakhs, Ahmed Alsalman, Abdullah Almuslam, Mohammed Almomtan, Mohammed Almulaify, Ayat Boholigah, Mujtba Aljobran

13.FREQUENCY OF POST CESAREAN SECTION COMPLICATIONS ON ULTRASONOGRAPHY: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

Mr. Amjad Ali Khan, Dr. Sayeda Khadija-Ul-Sughra Maryam, Miss. Irum Raheem

14.TO COMPARE THE OUTCOMES OF RETROGRADE INTRARENAL SURGERY (RIRS) WITH PERCUTANEOUS NEPHROLITHOTOMY FOR THE TREATMENT OF RENAL STONES > 20 MM.

Safdar saeed, Pardeep Kumar, Harris Hassan Qureshi, Rabeea Saleem, Mubashir Nawaz, Zulfiqar

15.TO COMPARE THE STONE FREE RATE AT ONE WEEK OF IN SITU EXTRACORPOREAL SHOCK WAVE LITHOTRIPSY (ESWL) AND URETERORENOSCOPIC (URS) MANIPULATION IN THE TREATMENT OF PROXIMAL URETERIC STONE.

Dr.Mohsin Mustafa Memon, Dr.Farag Mohsen Saleh Abo Ali, Naveed Mahar, Dr.Sunil Kumar, Prof.Murli Lal