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Member since May, 2011
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Dr. Muzammil Irshad 

I am an MBBS doctor, medical writer, searcher, researcher, reviewer, editor and proof-reader. I can write: 1. Medical papers 2. Original articles 3. Synopses 4. Theses/dissertations 5. Case studies 6. Review articles 7. Meta-analyses 8. Systematic reviews 9. Brief communications 10. Health articles 11. Medical MCQs 12. Medical scenarios 13. Medical Presentations I am well aware of plagiarism and all types of referencing styles such as APA, MLA, Vancouver, Harvard and Chicago. I offer error-free and plagiarism-free, original content. Regards!
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Post Graduate Trainee

Aug 2015

I am doing my post graduation (FCPS-II) in Internal Medicine at Nishtar Medical College & Hospital Multan, Pakistan.

Medical Officer

Dec 2013

I am working as a CMO at DHQ hospital Layyah.

Medical Officer

Aug 2012 - Jan 2013 (5 months)

I worked as a medical officer in intensive care unit (ICU) at City Hospital Multan.

House Job

Aug 2011 - Aug 2012 (1 year)

I have completed my one year experience of House Job at Nishtar Medical College Multan. Now I am preparing for my FCPS Part-I in Anesthesia.


MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery)

2005 - 2010 (5 years)


MBBS Degree (2011)

University of Health Sciences Lahore

I have completed my MBBS degree from Nishtar Medical College Multan affiliated with University of Health Sciences Lahore.

Medical Officer (2012)

City Hospital Multan

Six month job as a medical officer in intensive care unit (ICU) at City Hospital Multan

Medical Officer (2013)

District Head Quarter

I am working as a CMO at DHQ hospital Layyah.


Intravenous paracetamol in pediatrics: A global perspective

Intravenous (IV) Paracetamol is an excellent post operative analgesic and antipyretic in children. Efficacy and tolerability of IV Propacetamol have been established in pediatric practice. It is believed that paracetamol works by inhibiting cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) enzymes. Studies bring to light that therapeutic doses of IV acetaminophen are effective and tolerable in children with least chances of hepatotoxicity. However, overdose toxicity has been reported in children and drug induced hypotension in febr