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CMSE-2013

Continued Medico-Spiritual Education

  • If you are looking for the best practices  . . .
  • In wellness of mind . . . .
  • You will find them here  . . . .
  • 14-15 december, 2013 from 9AM to 7 PM at Alumni Education Center, Gandhi medical College, Hyderabad
  • the holistic health conference is an intiative of the worlds united doctors & healers association (TWUDHA), one of the 14 wings of the worlds united, makers of the historic 1st world parliament on spirituality.
  • 40 speakers all around present different healing modalities.
  • formal registration

call for Research papers

“Journal of Indian System of Medicine” is an International pear reviewed listed journal published from Mahatma Gandhi Ayurved College, Hospital & Research Centre, of DMIMS, DU, Nagpur. It offers the publication of –

  • Original research articles: Randomized controlled trials, intervention studied, studies of screening and diagnostic test, outcome studies, cost effectiveness analyses, case-control series, and surveys with high response rate. (1500 words)
  • Review articles: Systemic critical assessments of literature and data sources, etc. (2500 words)
  • Case studies: New/ interesting/ rare cases or conditions of clinical significance or implications (1000 words)
  • Short communications: conceptual studies, innovative hypothesis, observations, etc.  (500 words)
  • Announcements: Announcements of conferences, meetings, courses, awards, and other items likely to be of interest to the readers should be submitted with the name and address of the person from whom additional information can be obtained. (100 words)
  • Book reviews: Books submitted to the editorial board are reviewed by the selected.

Authors should follow the following specifications of the Journal.

  •  Authorship is limited to two authors and third may be accepted with permissions. Provide authors academic (e.g. M.D.) and positions (e.g. Professor) and the mailing address, telephone/ mobile / fax numbers and Email address.
  • Provide a statement / undertaking verifying that –
  • (1) The manuscript is original,
  • (2) All the authors were active participants,
  • (3) Not been published, simultaneously submitted, or already accepted for publication elsewhere,
  • (4) Complete financial disclosure information and
  • (5) Signed permission forms from the copyright holder
  • (6) Responsibility of all the legal issues regarding the article content.
  • Pagination is A4, Times New Roman font 12 size of 1.5 line spacing, with margins of 1 inch of all sides.
  • All Ayurveda terms should be in italics.
  • All articles should provide – Abstract (less than 150 words) keywords (4 to 6) and references (10 to 15).
  • Original Articles format is with – Introduction – Methods – Results – Discussion – Conclusion – references (appropriative tables / statistics/ figures)
  •  The referencing (Books, Article, Reports, Electronic, etc.) method is Vancouver (Authors / Editors: Name of chapter, Name of book, Publisher, Place, year, inclusive page numbers) and the references are typed Arabic numerals in square brackets (eg: [13]) in running test and also at the references place.
  • The limitation of review articles text is 2500 words and for case studies it is 1000 words. The short communications are limited to 500 words and they may add a poster of 48 x 36 inches (wide/ tall) in ppt format.
  • All articles are asked for resubmission after reviewing and time to time author should take the responsibility of corrections. In case of withdrawal of the article author should specify with a letter.

It is considered for all electronic submissions that the author is abide with the regulations of JISM and any further legal situations arise are not at the responsibility of JISM and the author has to clear by his own expenses and responsibility.

  • Authors can “recommend a Reviewer” name along with his designation, mobile / email contact details.
  •  Address for submission / communication of the manuscripts:
  • Electronic: editorjism@gmail.co
  • Please send a Hard copy of article along with consent letter by Post to:
  • Chief Editor, JISM,
  • Mahatma Gandhi Ayurved College, Hospital & Research Centre,

view – JISM V1N1  (Jan-Jun 13) &  JISMv1N2 (jul-dec 13)

Hospital Discipline

Dr. Sourabh Deshmukh, M.D. (Ayu), Lecturer Dept. of Kayachikitsa & R.M.O. M.G.A.C.H & R.C

IInauguration of IEBP

IEBP-KSR

Ayurmitra Prof. Shivarama Prasad Kethamakka authored “Introduction to Evidence Based Panchakarma” is inaugurated by Hon. Shri Sagar Meghe, Member. Board of Management-DU in the presence of Hon. Dr. Dilip Gode, Vice-Chancellor DMIMS-DU, Hon. Dr Vedprakash Mishra, Chief advisor, DMIMS-DU, and Hon. Dr.Rajiv Borle, Registrar, DMIMS-DU on 16th February 2013 at DMIMS conference hall. Hon. Shri S.S.Patel, Chief coordinator. DMIMS, Hon. Shri Abhuday Meghe, O.S.D, DMIMS, Dr. Shyam Bhutada, Dean-MGACHRC. Wardha, Dr. Sudhir Kandekar, Vice Dean-MGACHRC, Wardha and the staff of MGACH&RC, JNMC, SPDC, SRMCON also present in the function.

The price of the book is INR 225/- and it can be obtained from Dr. Shyam Bhutada, Dean-MGACHRC, Salod (H),. Wardha [email: mgachrc@yahoo.com] [09765404009]. Click here for Book contents.

Do you Take Black Tea?

antioxidant

Black tea is a type of tea that is more oxidized than oolong, green and white teas. All four types are made from leaves of the shrub (or small tree) Camellia sinensis. Black tea is generally stronger in flavor than the less oxidized teas. Two principal varieties of the species are used – the small-leaved Chinese variety plant (C. sinensis subsp. sinensis), used for most other types of teas, and the large-leaved Assamese plant (C. sinensis subsp. assamica), which was traditionally mainly used for black tea, although in recent years some green and white have been produced. [more info]

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shrimps & Vit C

Please read if you eat shrimps – Very Educative:

  • A woman suddenly died unexpectedly with signs of bleeding from her ears, nose, mouth & eyes.
  • After a preliminary autopsy it was diagnosed that death was due to arsenic poisoning.
  • Where did the arsenic come from?

dead lady

The police launched an in-depth and extensive investigation. A medical school professor was invited to come to solve the case.

  • The professor carefully looked at the contents. In less than half an hour, the mystery was solved. The professor said: ‘The deceased did not commit suicide and neither was she murdered, she died of accidental death due to ignorance!’

Everyone was puzzled, why accidental death?

  • The professor said: ‘The arsenic was produced in the stomach of the deceased.’ The deceased used to take ‘Vitamin C’ everyday, which in itself is not a problem.The problem was that she ate a large portion of shrimp/prawn during dinner. Eating shrimp/prawn is not the problem that’s why nothing happened to her family even though they had the same shrimp/prawn. However at the same time the deceased also took ‘vitamin C’, that is where the problem was!
  • Researchers at the University of Chicago in the United States , found through experiments, food such as soft-shell contain much higher concentration of five potassium arsenic compounds.

Such fresh food by itself has no toxic effects on the human body.
However, in taking ‘vitamin C’, chemical reaction occurs and the original non-toxic elements change to toxic elements.
Arsenic poisoning has magma role and can cause paralysis to the small blood vessels. Therefore, a person who dies of arsenic poisoning will show signs of bleeding from the ears, nose, mouth & eyes. Thus as a precautionary measure,
DO NOT eat shrimp/prawn when taking ‘vitamin C’.
After reading this; please do not be stingy.
Its our duty to take care of our friends
Re-share to your friends… [source]

Historicity of Vedic and Ramayan Eras

Institute of Scientific Research on Vedas has published this book after 6 years of multidisciplinary scientific research. This book gives the exact dates of events narrated in Rig-Veda & Ramayana, calculated astronomically by using planetarium software. It will change the way in which the history of the world particularly of the Indian sub continent is written.

Contact: Saroj Bala, Director, I-SERVE Delhi Chapter, C-II/107, Satya Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi-110021. Mobile: 09015858557, 09811343548, 09958008787, Email: delhichapter@serveveda.orgsarojbala044@gmail.com

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