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A study on the use of complementary and alternative medicine therapies in and around Pokhara sub-metropolitan city, western Nepal
Praveen Partha, Ravi P Shankar, and Nagesh K Shenoy
clinmed/2002050007 [Abstract] [Full text]  

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Investigation of antimicrobial use pattern in the intensive treatment unit of a teaching hospital in western Nepal
Ravi P Shankar, Praveen Partha, Nagesh K Shenoy, and Kailash N Brahmadathan
clinmed/2002050008 [Abstract] [Full text]  

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Importance of transferable skills in pharmacology
Ravi P Shankar, Pranaya Mishra, and Praveen Partha
clinmed/2002060001 [Abstract] [Full text]  

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Patterns of prescription and drug use in a psychiatry out-patient department in a teaching hospital in western Nepal
Ravi P Shankar, Samit Roy, and Nagesh Shenoy
clinmed/2002060002 [Abstract] [Full text]  

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Medical studentsí opinions about complementary and alternative medicine: a questionnaire based survey
Ravi P Shankar, Biswadeep Das, Praveen Partha, and Nagesh Shenoy
clinmed/2002050002 [Abstract] [Full text]  

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A survey of drug use patterns in western Nepal
Ravi P Shankar, Pawan Kumar, Aravindam M Theodore, Praveen Partha, and Nagesh Shenoy
clinmed/2002050003 [Abstract] [Full text]  

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Prescribing patterns in medical outpatients
Ravi P Shankar, Praveen Partha, and Nagesh Shenoy
clinmed/2002050004 [Abstract] [Full text]  

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Influence of school education on attitudes towards transferable skills in medical undergraduates
Ravi P Shankar and Pranaya Mishra
clinmed/2002050005 [Abstract] [Full text]  

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Student feedback on the objective structured component of the practical examination in pharmacology
Ravi P Shankar and Pranaya Mishra
clinmed/2002050006 [Abstract] [Full text]  

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RFLP Typing of Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) isolates from infected Indian patients.
Chetan D. Poduri and Das M. R.
clinmed/2001030006 [Abstract] [Full text]  

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