Month: May 2017

How to be a Successful Medical Entrepreneur

When rising concerns over the country’s overburdened public healthcare system meet the growing emphasis on the role of entrepreneurship in achieving a self-sustaining and developed economy, it is medical entrepreneurship which guarantees the best of both worlds. A large number of people have forayed into medical entrepreneurship with twin intentions of both earning profits as …

Treatment Of Alopecia Areata Of Eyebrow With Non Needle Mesotherapy

ABSTRACT: Alopecia areata of eyebrows are very resistant to routine treatments and takes long time for hair growth and the growth will be sparse and scattered and not in uniform length. Till the growth of new hair the patient will be in a state of anxiety and depressed and try to conceal the face and …

Cosmeceuticals & Dermatologists

Over last two decades, the cosmeceutical market has grown by leaps and bound. Not only is the number of cosmeceutical manufacturers and products on rise but the amount of money spent on skin care has also landed upward significantly. As the science and industry of cosmeceutical grows, dermatologists now find themselves enjoying more opportunities to …

KHELLIN-An Old Wine In New Bottle

HISTORY Khellin has been used as an herbal folk medicine, with use in the Mediterranean dating back to ancient Egypt, to treat a variety of maladies including: renal colic, kidney stones, coronary disease, bronchial asthma, vitiligo and psoriasis. COMPOSITION It is a major constituent of the plant Ammi Visnaga, also known as Bishop’s weed. Once …

Anaesthesia: Maximizing Patient Comfort & Safety in Hair Restoration

Introduction An important-and for some prospective patients the most important-question regarding hair restoration surgery is: Will it be painful?? Is there any side-effects ?? Is there any guarantee of good result? An elective surgical procedure such as hair restoration is one that a potential patient chooses to undergo, in contradistinction with a procedure that the …

Dermatological Manifestations of Chronic Kidney Disease

Chronic kidney disease is a progressive loss of renal function over a period of months or years , and characterized by abnormally low and deteriorating glomerular filtration rate (1). Individuals with glomerular filtration rate<60 ml/min/1.73 m2 for three monthsare classified as having chronic renal disease.End stage renal disease has highest prevalence of dermatological manifestations (50-100 …