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May-August 2015 | Vol 5 | Issue 2

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Guest Editorial
Aging: Molecular insight
When Adwaita died, he was 250 years old; remarkable isn't it? He was a tortoise. The freshwater pearl mussel may live for 200 years. Various trees, such as the bristlecone pine, the giant sequoia, liv...
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Real world data: Additional source for making clinical decisions
International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcome Research has defined real-world data as everything that goes beyond what is normally collected in the phase III clinical trials program in terms...
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Original Article
A prescription event monitoring study on the utility of garenoxacin, a newer fluoroquinolone in India
Background: Prescription event monitoring (PEM) study is conducted worldwide. The main objective of such study is to monitor the adverse events when a drug is being prescribed in "real life cli...
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The association between abdominal obesity and serum cholesterol level
Background: The main aim of this study is to evaluate the association between serum cholesterol level and abdominal obesity in adult men and women in the north of Iran. Materials and<...
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Original Article
Which score should be used in intubated patients' Glasgow coma scale or full outline of unresponsiveness?
Background and Aims: Today Glasgow coma scale (GCS) is the most well-known and common score for evaluation of the level of consciousness and outcome predict after traumatic brain ...
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  International Journal of Applied and Basic Medical Research
International Journal of Applied and Basic Medical Research is a multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed international Medical journal published by the Basic Medical Scientists Association; a registered association under Society Registration Act XXI of 1860. The journal is published 3 times in an year. IJABMR is an integrated International forum of interaction between basic medical scientists, academicians, industrial personnelís and clinicians. more>>

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