Journals

Journals (10)

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Volume 11 - January 1996

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History Taking & Clinical Examination : Its Importance In the present day medicine, detailed history taking and methodical clinical examination, a sine qua non for diagnosis and treatment, appears to have lost its importance. Cursory examination by the juniors, rarely by the seniors, if they have time has become the routine. Vital information needing a questioning mind, vigilant eyes and prehensile hands are thereby missed. Our people are God fearing.…
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Volume 10 - January 1995

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The concept of ATLS started in 1976, after a tragic accident which ultimately resulted in conceptualizing the Advanced Trauma Life Support Course. A Nebraskan (USA) Surgeon piloting his small plane crushed into the woods. The Surgeon was seriously injured, his wife died instantly and four children were also injured. Reportedly the initial care received by the surgeon and his children was far below the minimum standard of trauma care. Recognizing…
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Volume 9 - January 1994

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It is about time that wo understand the need for Medical Audit: By introducing audi t to different departments in our hospitals we can look into our work and scrutinise them and try to modify them to imporve ourselves. Medical Audit is now seen throughout the world as a necessary requirement to improve the health care. Pressures from public has been instrumental in creating present environment in Medical Audit. In…
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January 1993- Volume 8

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The Challenge of Trauma-Traumatology Unit Last year, WHO declared their Annual slogan as "Handle life with care-prevent violence & negligence". We have ob­served the world day on 7th April in a befitting manner & expressed our ideas on the theme of WHO throughout the year. In reality, the present situation of our society is very alarming in respect of RTA, violence & terrorism. Negligence is the rule in all spheres…
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January 1991-92 - Volume 6&7

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INCORPORATION OF THE MANAGEMENT OF TRAUMA IN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE IN BANGLADESH AND A PROPOSED SETUP OF TRAUMA CENTRE IN THE COUNTRY The present status of trauma management in periphery has no definite plan, that is also true in the management of accident & mass accidents as experienced in recent past years. The on going article is a suggestion of how to integrate trauma from grass root level to the…
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January 1990 - Volume 5

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Since the starting of "Mukti Bahini" ward in Dhaka Medical College Hospital the demand for trauma service in the country was quickly felt after liberation and was met by a very able and dedicated person without whose effort we will not be here today Dr. R. J. Garst started the Othopaedic Hospital in Shaheed Sarwardy Hospital Complex in 1972 and also started the post graduate orthopaedic training. New hospital building…
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January 1989 - Volume 4

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Arthroscopy is one of the most important advances is Orthopaedics. Arthroscope has dramatically changed the way in which orthopaedic surgeons treat variety of joint ailments-espicially of the Knee. Although viewing of Cadavar Joint cavity was reported by Professor TAKAGI of Tokyo in 1918 the enthusiasm for the technique developed in by publication of Atlas of Arthroscopy by WATANABE in 1957. Arthrocopy was popularised by CASSCELLS and JACKSON (U.S.A.) Arthroscopy is…
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January 1988 - Volume 3

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Sir Reginald Watson Jones, Who died in 1972 at the age of 70, was probably the most colourful & dynamic of all the fracture Sur­geons of his time. His attitude towards fracture treatment is perhaps best summed up in the following quotation made in a speech in his honour New York — "To Sir Reginald Watson Jones, always positive, never in doubt & by the grace of God usually right"!…
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January 1982 - Volume 2

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The first issue of Bangladesh Orthopaedic journal is well received. We have unexpected encouragement from home and abroad. It is a great pride and honour for those who have baen associated with the establishment, survival and expansion of the orthopaedic service in this country It is heartening that the 'Bangladesh Orthopaedic Society is now more organised and publishing the second issue.-From this issue the name of the journal is changed…
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January 1981 - Volume 1

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It is our priveleadge and honour to introduce the inaugural issue of "Bangladesh Orthopaedic Journal". We should have done it earlier. Attempts to organise Bangladesh Orthopaedic Society were made several times. But unfgrtunately many members of the society left the country for better prospects abroad. Finally we are publishing this journal from R.I.H.D. I hope Bangladesh Orthopaedic Society will publish it bi-annualy regularly from the next issue. The main objective…