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May-August 2022| Vol 3| Issue 2

Editorial

An easy low-cost model for teaching and training of intravenous cannulation: A technical tip

The skill stations are becoming the essential part of undergraduate medical training but availability and uniformity in their structure and functioning are still not universal across institutions. I...


Original Article

Knowledge, attitude, and practice regarding COVID-19 with emphasis on the rural: Urban divide in Tamil Nadu, India

Background: There is the scarcity of population-based studies on knowledge, attitude, and practice (KAP) about COVID-19 in Tamil Nadu and no literature on the rural-urban differences in KAP a...


Original Article

Patient-tailored analgesic practice for orthopedic patients

Background: Pain is a highly deleterious experience for human being during disease condition.Post operative pain of patient is an important concern for health care professional. Aim: T...


Original Article

A cross-sectional survey to assess the knowledge of nurses regarding acute kidney injury in a tertiary care hospital in Delhi

Background: Acute kidney injury (AKI) is growing as a serious manifestation of multiple etiologies globally. As majority of the admitted patients are in direct contact with nurses, nurses hav...


Case Report

Creative resource utilization in rural settings: The urinary catheter as a cholecystostomy tube

Cholecystostomy tubes are an established treatment option for patients with acute cholecystitis who are considered high risk for cholecystectomy. This is typically done as an interventional radiolog...


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ISSN - Print: 2772-3143, Online: 2772-3151

Journal of Surgical Specialties and Rural Practice, a publication of Institute of Family Medicine and Primary Care, is a peer-reviewed print + online 3 Issues journal.

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