General and bioecology: 1. Special adaptations of snakes/B/D.
Scientific handling of snakes/Satish Kumar Sharma. 3.
Fauna of Indian snakes: a checklist/B.D.
Scientific and vernacular names of some common Indian snakes of India/B.D.
Fauna of Indian snakes and their conservation: an overview/T.S.
6. Some aspects of venomous Indian snakes/B.
7. Venomous snakes of North-East India/R.
The cobras of genus Naja in India/Wolfgang Wuster. 9.
The genus Daboia (serpentes: Viperidae)/Russell’s viper/Wolfgang Wuster. 10.
Ecology of saw-scaled viper, Echis carinatus (Schn.)/B.
D. Sharma and N.
II. Clinical study: 11.
Antivenin production in India/Suresh S. Jadhav and Subhash V.
Method of snakebite/Sherman A. Minton.
13. Epidemiology of snakebite in India/B.
B. Goitonde and M.
14. Treatment of snakebite and envenomation/B.
15. Study of 1140 cases of poisonous snakebite envenomation in a rural hospital of South Konkan coast of Maharashtra over a period of(less)
Dermatology: 1. Herbal antifungal cream.
2. Savarnikarana Drugs and Varunya Dravyas.
II. Neurology: 3.
Therapeutic efficacy of some medicated oils in day to day practice. III.
Endocrinology: 4. Clinical study of Medoroga with Ayurvedic Package Therapy.
5. Comparison of clinical efficacy and metabolic effects of Yoga and medicine in 31 Obese patients with Hyperlipidemia.
6. Therapeutic evaluation of Helleborous Niger and Anacyelus Pyrethrum (Q.
S.) in diabetes mellitus.
IV. Respiratory system: 1.
Ayurvedic approach in prevention of upper respiratory tract infections in children. 2.
The aetiopathogenesis signs and symptoms of Tamaka Shvasa and its management with special reference to Bronchial Asthma..
Cardiology: 1. Heart disease (an Ayurvedic concept).
2. HRID Roga : diagnosis and treatment according to Ayurved.
3. Improvement in Cardiovascular risk factors through Panchakarma purification procedures.
VI. Heamatology: 1.
Tridoshas and blood groups : 56 view in the world. 2.
Effect of diet on Vatarakta : a study(less)
Introduction to the first edition. Introduction to the fifth edition.
I. From gold to capital: 1.
The long journey toward capitalism. 2.
The century of the three revolutions (eighteenth century). 3.
The irresistible rise of industrial capitalism (1800-70). II.
The era of imperialism: 4. From the great depression to the Great War (1873-1914).
5. The Great Upheaval (1914-45).
6. Capitalism's great leap forward (1945-80).
7. The end of the twentieth century: an accelerating transformation of the contemporary world? Notes.
Index. "The conquest of the Americas inaugurated the slow accumulation of resources and the imperceptible structural transformations that culminated in the Industrial Revolution.
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This volume also has a new chapter on the neurological complications of AIDS. Many new topics have been introduced and there have been major revisions to most chapters but particularly those on vascular disease, the dystonias, Alzheimer's disease and dementia, parkinsonism, neuromuscular diseases, multiple sclerosis and the neurological consequences of neoplasms.
This highly successful text continues to provide clear and lucid explanations of how to diagnose and treat common neurological disorders - essential reading for every physician. New material is included on extradural haematomas, the Lambert Eaton myasthenic syndrome, inflammatory myopathies, Huntington's disease, the Lesch-Nyhan syndrome, cerebral malaria, the anterior spinal artery syndrome, chronic inflammatory demyelinating neuropathies, sarcoidosis, the MTPT parkinsonism model, multiple system atrophy, lipoidoses and the Arnold-Chiari malformation.
Whilst recognising that allopathic medicine has its place, this useful book enables the reader to take charge of their own health and well-being thanks to a comprehensive listing and description of the complementary treatments available for specific conditions. Pills and surgery do not always cure the underlying problem and can create new symptoms and side effects.
Appendix. English index.
Index. "In this volume the author has recorded the results of his minute observations of a vast variety of vertebrates, classed as mammals -- the carefree denizens of the dense forests and woodlands which clothed the hills, the plains and the mountains of India nearly a century ago.
Mammals are warm-blooded, viviparous animals and are distinguished from birds as well as from other vertebrated animals, by the possession of mammary glands, secreting a nutritious fluid called milk for the nourishment of their young and terminating outwardly in all (except one or two) by teats. They are also distinguished by a covering of hair, entire or partial.
Mammals require to be placed first because they enjoy the most numerous faculties, the most delicate sensations, the most varied powers of motion. In mammals the organs(less)
2. Abies spectabilis.
3. Abroma augusta.
4. Abrus precatorius.
5. Abutilon indicum.
Bacopa monnieri. 7.
Baliospermum montanum. 8.
Bambusa arundinacea. 9.
Barleria cristata. 10.
Bauhinia purpurea. .
11. Caesalpinia bonduc.
12. Calotropis gigantea.
13. Camellia kissi.
14. Canarium strictum.
15. Cannabis sativa.
Datura metel. 17.
Dactyloctenium aegyptium. 18.
Delphinium altissimum. 19.
Dendrobium densiflorum. 20.
Derris robusta. .
21. Eclipta alba.
22. Elaeocarpus sphaericus.
23. Elaeocarpus ganitrus.
24. Elephantopus scaber.
25. Embelia ribes.
Fagopyrum cymosum. 27.
Ferula assafoetida. 28.
Ferula narthex. 29.
Ficus benghalensis. 30.
Ficus hispida. .
31. Garcinia cowa.
32. Garcinia kydia.
33. Garcinia pictoria.
34. Garcinia pedunculata.
35. Garcinia xanthocymus.
Hedera nepalense. 37.
Hedychium coronarium. 38.
Hedychium gracile. 39.
Hedychium spicatum. 40.
Hedychium stenopetalum. .
41. Ichnocarpus frutescens.
42. Illicium griffithii.
43. Indigofera tinctoria.
44. Ixora accuminata.
45. Jasminam sambac.
46. Jasticia vasculosa.
47. Jatropha curcas.
48. Jussica suffruticosa.
N. Chandrasekaran, K.
Sathyamoorthi, C. Raja Babu, R.
Chandra Babu and P. Murugesa Boopathi G.
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