Cellulitis is a rapidly spreading acute inflammation with infection of skin and subcutaneous tissue that spreads widely through tissue spaces. It is commonly caused by…Explore more Cellulitis Assessment : Mnemonic
Classification Non-nitrogen containing (1st generation): Etidronate Clodronate Tiludronate Nitrogen containing (2nd and 3rd generation): a. 2nd generation (alky-amino nitrogen containing): Pamidronate Alendronate Ibadronate Olpadronate b.…Explore more Bisphosphonate Pharmacology
Clinically, the Van Beek classification system denominates 5 principal nail bed injuries, subclassified by location within the nailbed (involving either the sterile and/or germinal matrix,…Explore more Nail Bed Injuries : Van Beek Classification and Management
Cell Wall Synthesis Inhibitors A peptidoglycan monomer consists of 2 joined amino-sugars, N-acetyl glucosamine (NAG) and N-acetyle muramic acid (NAM), with a pentapeptide coming off…Explore more Antimicrobial Mechanism of Actions – Everything you need to know
Human body is made up of water, which means a large number of atoms inside our body is hydrogen atoms, the nucleus of which contains…Explore more MRI Physics Made Easy
A study of 50 dog bite wounds revealed that the commonest colonizing: Aerobic micro-organisms are: Pasteurella (50%), Streptococcus (46%), Staphylococcus (46%), Neisseria (32%), and Corynebacterium…Explore more Dog bite wounds : Primary closure or Delayed closure?
Nerve fibers can be classified as A, B and C and A type fibers can be further classified into alpha, beta, gamma and delta. The…Explore more Nerve fibers – Classification
The classification system for closed fractures is based on the physiologic concept that the energy imparted to the bone (and the resultant fracture pattern) directly…Explore more Oestern and Tscherne Classification for Closed fractures