Category: Medical

Remdesivir

Shedding light on some peer-reviewed randomized control trials conducted so far with this anti viral drug touted for use in alleviating intensive care in severe COVID-19 patients. On May 22, 2020 the New England Journal of Medicine published a preliminary report of a double-blind randomized, placebo-controlled trial of intravenous remdesivir. They concluded that remdesivir is…

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Dr. Laurent Macron opens the window to Cardiac imaging

https://www.instagram.com/p/BMa0EoKAuYu/?taken-by=radiologram It was the weekend, and yet it was worth the trip to Marina Hotel. It’s only been a couple of days since the lusty cold breeze has brought the temperatures to sub 40. Night time even reaching mid teens. That meant the weather was perfect for a weekend stroll along Marina Crescent. https://www.instagram.com/p/BMa1AC2gIbr/?taken-by=radiologram Grabbing…

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Breast Cancer

I swiveled on my ultrasound chair after writing a report. As the patient was leaving, the door of the ultrasound room was ajar, and I could see the waiting lounge seats occupied by other patients awaiting a scan. My noncommittal trailing eyes returned and fixed on a pretty face, a young beautiful lady – my…

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Lung Ultrasound

Recently having attended the last session of the Cochin Radiology Club, I was fascinated by the presentation by Dr. Amel Antony on The role of Ultrasound in the evaluation of Lungs. To actually come to conclusions based on the artefacts due to air is something that is so thrilling for the radio residents down the…

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