Management of Gestational Hypertension



Gestational hypertension is one of the forms of pregnancy induced hypertension and is characterized by newly diagnosed hypertension that develops after 20 weeks of gestation with no associated proteinuria. All hypertensive disorders of pregnancy adversely affect both mother and the fetus. A high proportion of women…   Read more





Diabetic Foot Infections: A Clinical Update



Diabetic foot is defined by the WHO as group of syndromes in which tissue breakdown occurs because of neuropathy, ischemia and/or infection. About 15% of all diabetics develop diabetic foot infections at some point…  Read more