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Bachelors in Medicine and Surgery (2012)National University of Science and Technology
5 year course of MBBS. License by Pakistan Medical and Dental Council.
IELTS (2016)British Council
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THE RESPONSE OF TREATMENT OF H-PYLORI TREATMENT THERAPY IN PATIENTS WHO HAVE ACTIVE GASTRITIS.
Background: Gastritis is a very common disease gastroenterologists encounter in clinics. This disease is one of the predisposing factors for gastric carcinoma. There are multiple causes of gastritis including NSAIDS, smoking, alcohol and H-pylori in which the latter has a strong association with the disease. Multiple drug regimens are used to treat the disease. Aims and objectives: We studied reviewed five regimens which are used to treat active gastritis. The main objective of the study was to check the
An endemic of scabies in Kahuta, Azad Kashmir.
Abstract The study was planned to find the awareness of scabies in the Forward Kahuta area of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan. Of the 234 participants, 97(41.5%) were males and 137(58.5%) were females. Due to poor awareness, a multi-dimensional approach is suggested to spread the awareness of skin diseases like scabies in the population under study and mass treatment of scabies in the area is recommended. URL:[login to view URL]
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