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what is your suggestion

A 16 year old Female has history of One hand atrophy (Shosh) gradually increased since 10 years. Difficulty to work with this hand. Same side leg has jerky movement while waking. Pt.\’s MRI Report suggests – Large area of gliosis seen in the left cerebral hemisphere around left central sulcus causing significant exvacuo dilatation of the in bilateral lateral ventricle possibly due to old trauma.
Will her hand & leg become normal? What we can do in Ayurveda for this problem? What are chances of improvement and percentage?

Falsification in Ayurveda

Now a day the entire AYUSH is against the malpractices made by Ayurvedic Medical College for their sustenance. Even though AYUSH is serious, managements are following different methods to exhibit their faculties on muster, maintain the Hospital records and inputs. The different methods include generating visiting faculty or on paper faculty. The student ratio of beds as per the CCIM is 1:3. As many Ayurveda colleges are far away from the community residences or could not generate the faith (especially in emergencies), the patients are deviating to the other opportunities to help themselves. To run the show is the only alternative to get the permissions for successive academic year. So, the managements are using alternative methods instead of locating the problem and solving in alternative systems. One of such method is – “Falsification Method”.

Fabrication, Falsification, Plagiarism, or other practices that seriously deviate from those that are commonly accepted in the community for proposing, conducting, or reporting for any permissions or statements or study. The “honest” error or difference in expression is caught by the authorities of permission.

What is Falsification?

  • Alteration of data collected in the maintenance of hospital records, purchase records
  • Omission/deletion/suppression of conflicting data without justification
  • Back-dating in patient records to fit within the timeline as treatment provided
  • Changing a patients age, address and disease in hospital data records

All these are happening not only in Ayurvedic Colleges even in the other systems also. There were so many News items in relation to this Falsification in all medical colleges.

How to stop Falsification?

There may be many methods to prevent a problem. Here one method I propose or bring in to the notice of the readers is, Inclusion of ID in Case sheet. It may be followed by authorities or not – but certainly is for my satisfaction. It is so simple and easy. The admitted patient should be identified properly with a Voter ID card or driving license number or PAN card or any other ID card number. There may be occasions where none of these are available with patient. In such a case- let theCollegeHospitalissue an ID card with photo.

Once this “valid ID number” is included in the case sheets of IPD, most of the Falsification is stopped in Medical Colleges.

Do you have any idea to stop Falsification? Start writing . . . .

When did you see me last?

I am – Apis florea along with my sister Apis andreniformis living since 14-million-years. We communicate through many different chemicals and odours and make lots of favor to mankind. Can you tell me – when did you see us last?

Domestic Violence

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Domestic Violence – Handbook

Domestic Violence: A Reference Handbook – Publisher: ABC-CLIO | ISBN: 087436762X | edition 2000 | PDF | 255 pages | 10,8 mb

Domestic violence is a problem that often remains unseen, hidden behind the walls of the family home. Yet it occurs in all segments of society—in all economic, ethnic, cultural, and religious groups. Its psychological and sociological complexities make it hard to face and even harder to understand.
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Teenage Sex and Pregnancy

Mike A. Males – Teenage Sex and Pregnancy: Modern Myths, Unsexy Realities
Praeger | ISBN: 0313385610 | 2010-07-15 | PDF | 218 pages | 1.18 Mb

Teenage Sex and Pregnancy: Modern Myths, Unsexy Realities presents a unique view of its subject by analyzing the extensive myths and fears that surround discussion of teenage sex and pregnancy, including their relationship to popular culture, poverty, adult sexual behaviors, and anxieties toward the increasingly public roles of young women.

Award-winning author Mike Males argues that today’s discussions rely largely on falsehoods and the suppression of crucial realities. His work details a new view of popular culture as a largely beneficial feature of teens’ lives and presents a carefully documented analysis demolishing destructive myths about the “new girl.” Debunking popular arguments, he shows that the “teen sex” debate is mired in interest-group talking points that ignore difficult realities to advance politically attuned agendas. It’s time, he writes, to modernize the discussion, recognizing that teens act in ways consistent with their interests, with the sexual behaviors of adults, and with the school and job opportunities afforded them.

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