Basha V.C.,Bhaskar Medical College |
Mohiyuddin S.S.,Svuniversity |
Reddy S.R.,Svuniversity |
Kumar L.A.,RIMS Medical College
Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology | Year: 2010
Pesticides are being used in our society for the control and destruction of organisms interfering with his food, health and amenities. The Organophosphate insecticides are the insecticide group of choice in the agricultural world and are the most common cause of poisoning among the pesticides. These compounds are easily available in retail market and thus become popular for suicidal and accidental poisoning in developing countries like India, Srilanka, Iran etc. Homicidal administration is usually practiced by mixing these compounds with alcohol and capsules. Due to the lack of any official guidelines about the usage of pesticides in agriculture and domestic life there is a surge in the misuse of these agents in developing countries like India causing morbidity and mortality. The resources for treating this number of cases in government hospitals are limited and likely have an impact on patient outcome. In the present study we made an effort to analyze the impact of social, age, sex, area, manner, management and outcomes of OP poisoning in tertiary hospital.
Myned S.,ASRAM Medical College |
Sanjay P.,ASRAM Medical College |
Anand Kumar L.,RIMS Medical College
Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology | Year: 2016
Pulmonary embolism remains an important diagnostic and therapeutic challenge. In fact pulmonary thromboemboli are reported in more than half of all autopsies. Furthermore this complication occurs in 1% to2% of postoperative patients over the age of 40 years. In the present case a man aged about 40 years was met with road traffic accident near Bakarapeta KADAPA (Dist) on 09.12.2009 at 3:00P.M. and sustained multiple injuries, Immediately patient was shifted in 108 ambulance to R.I.M.S hospital. Patient was taken treatment at R.I.M.S hospital. He died consequently after 12 days. © 2015, Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology. All rights reserved.
Siripurapu S.,Alluri Sita Ramaraju Academy of Medical science |
Jaya Raju T.,RIMS Medical College |
Chandra Sekhar K.,Alluri Sita Ramaraju Academy of Medical science
Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development | Year: 2016
Background: Proptosis is the hallmark of all orbital disease. Any disease process that causes an increase in the orbital contents produce proptosis. It is defined as abnormal protrusion of one or both eyes usually resulting from mass lesion, vascular abnormality or an inflammatory process. Objectives: To study the clinical correlation of orbital diseases interventional and non interventional diagnostic procedures. Materials & Method: All the patients who presented in Dr. RSPR Government regional eye hospital from November 2005 to October 2007, with history of protrusion of the eyeball or with other symptoms and were found to have proptosis on examination formed the material for this prospective study. Altogether 25 cases were diagnosed and detailed information was taken. Results: The incidence of proptosis was 0.037 percent. Majority of the patients (40 percent) belonged to the age group of 31-45 yrs. The commonest cause of proptosis in this study was found to be Orbital tumors in 40% cases. Out of 25 cases palpable mass was felt in 24% cases and no mass was felt in 76% cases. Conclusions: Diagnosis of orbital diseases was much correlated clinically with non interventional diagnostic techniques like CT – scan, B-Scan, and were confirmed by interventional techniques like FNAC and Biopsy. © 2016, Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development. All rights reserved.
Sera samples collected from suspected dengue cases of primary health centre, Devalampalli of Kadapa district - Anti dengue antibody tests conducted in microbiology department, Rims general hospital - In September 2009
Mary Hemeliamma N.,RIMS Medical College RIMS General Hospital |
Ananda Kumar L.,RIMS Medical College |
Saila Rekha N.,RIMS Medical College RIMS General Hospital |
Murali Mohan K.V.,RIMS Medical College RIMS General Hospital
Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development | Year: 2012
Dengue virus is widely distributed throughout the tropics and subtropics. The name "dengue" is derived from the swatili ki denga pepo, meaning a sudden seizure by a demon. The term break - bone fever was corned during the Philadelphia epidemic in 1780. Dengue fever is clinically similar to the illness caused by Chikun Gunya and O'nyong-nyong viruses. The present case 1st serum sample collected from suspected Dengue cases of PHC Devalampalli of Kadapa district for arranging examination for serological diagnosis and communication.
Kumar A.,RIMS Medical College |
Shankar Naik R.,Kurnool Medical College |
Obulesu L.C.,RIMS Medical College |
Nagalingam J.,P.A. College |
And 2 more authors.
Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology | Year: 2011
Punctured or stab wounds are popularly called stabs and are termed penetrating wounds, when passing through tissues, they enter a cavity of the body such as the thorax and abdomen. A stab wound caused by a sharp, pointed and cutting instrument has clean - cut edges, which are almost parallel but slightly curved to each other like an ellipse and have sharp angles at the two extremities. In the present investigation a boy aged about 21/2 year was found dead in living hall in the Kondaveedu apartment, Abdullah khan estate Kurnool (Plot no:202)(A.P) India. Concerned Crime no: 13/10 U/s 174 Crpc (Accidental death due to fallen on broken glass pieces) of Kurnool II town P.S on 27-03-2010 at 15:00 hours.