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May 2021 | Vol 10 | Issue 5

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Protecting national interest through public health policy - Why does India need to shift from selective primary health care (disease focused vertical programs) to a comprehensive health care model; lessons from COVID 19 pandemic!
The COVID virus and the pandemic are defying the general laws of epidemiology and virology. The pandemic shows how the economy can be crippled due to health care. Health is a key area which directly...
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Review Article
Exposure of second hand smoke in women and children: A narrative review
Second-hand smoke is a neglected public health issue. Every year 1.2 million people die due to this exposure. Second-hand smoke is also related to various other diseases like cardiovascular diseases...
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Review Article
Role of radiology in RT-PCR negative COVID-19 pneumonia: Review and recommendations
Currently, RT-PCR is the gold standard for diagnosing SARS-CoV-2 infection. However, due to the time-consuming laboratory tests and the low positivity rate of RT-PCR, it cannot be an ideal screening...
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Review Article
Remdesivir – Current evidence & perspective in management of COVID-19 infection
Coronavirus infection or COVID 19 was first reported in December 2019 in Wuhan, China, and has rapidly spread to more than 200 countries. The pandemic has also taken a toll of over 2.2 million. But ...
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COVID-19 appropriate behavior in India: Time to invest for the benefits in future
The COVID-19 pandemic gave an opportunity to adopt many appropriate changes in the behavior of the people in India. The major gears of those behavior changes were the enforcement by the government, ...
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  Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care
ISSN - Print: 2249-4863,
Online: 2278-7135

Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care, the official journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care Trust, is a peer-reviewed open-access journal.

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