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Religion, spirituality, health and medicine: Why should Indian physicians care?
Chattopadhyay S
Journal of Postgraduate Medicine , 2007,
Abstract: Religion, spirituality, health and medicine have common roots in the conceptual framework of relationship amongst human beings, nature and God. Of late, there has been a surge in interest in understanding the interplay of religion, spirituality, health and medicine, both in popular and scientific literature. A number of published empirical studies suggest that religious involvement is associated with better outcomes in physical and mental health. Despite some methodological limitations, these studies do point towards a positive association between religious involvement and better health. When faced with disease, disability and death, many patients would like physicians to address their emotional and spiritual needs, as well. The renewed interest in the interaction of religion and spirituality with health and medicine has significant implications in the Indian context. Although religion is translated as dharma in major Indian languages, dharma and religion are etymologically different and dharma is closer to spirituality than religion as an organized institution. Religion and spirituality play important roles in the lives of millions of Indians and therefore, Indian physicians need to respectfully acknowledge religious issues and address the spiritual needs of their patients. Incorporating religion and spirituality into health and medicine may also go a long way in making the practice of medicine more holistic, ethical and compassionate. It may also offer new opportunities to learn more about Ayurveda and other traditional systems of medicine and have more enriched understanding and collaborative interaction between different systems of medicine. Indian physicians may also find religion and spirituality significant and fulfilling in their own lives.
Fluctuation dynamics and formation of exotic shape
S. Chattopadhyay
Physics , 1996,
Abstract: To study the role of fluctuation in the collisional dynamics, Boltzmann- Langevin formalism is applied in a two dimensional scenario. The importance of collective flow towards the formation of hollow structure is exhibited in our simulation result. The observation of large clusters along the transverse direction indicates the non-equilibrium aspects of the fragmentation process in the late stage of the reaction.
Vlasov dynamics for fermions on phase space lattice
S. Chattopadhyay
Physics , 1996,
Abstract: Within the framework of stochastic one-body approach a simulation procedure to study the Vlasov dynamics for fermi system on phase space lattice is presented. To deal with fermions on lattice, the phase cell occupancy factors are taken to be either 1 or 0 in accordance with the Pauli exclusion principle. This has significant implications. First, the dynamical evolution does not alter initial temperature of the system and secondly, at finite temperature, the proper statistical behaviour related to the fluctuations over the samples is ensured. This method is applied for two distinct cases viz. the monopole vibration of cold dilute nucleus and the evolution of ring shaped matter distribution at finite temperature in the presence of radial flow. In the latter case, fragment multiplicities are found to be depend on the flow velocity. To check the reliability of the present calculations simulations have been performed with different choices of the grid size.
Embedding a Low Power Test Set for Deterministic BIST using a Gray Counter
S. Kundu,S. Chattopadhyay
Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science , 2011,
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A Short and Efficient Synthesis of (R)-Phoracantholide I
A. Sharma,S. Chattopadhyay
Molecules , 1998, DOI: 10.3390/30200044
Abstract: A short and efficient chemoenzymatic synthesis of the title compound has been developed. The salient features of the synthesis were i) preparation of the required chiron via a porcine pancreatic lipase (PPL) catalyzed esterification of a ω-functionalized 2-alkanol and ii) use of easily accessible and inexpensive materials/ reagents.
Fluorouracil As Topical Agent In The Treatment Of Anogenital Warts
Chattopadhyay S P
Indian Journal of Dermatology , 2000,
Abstract: Viral warts are difficult to treat. In this study the efficacy of 5% 5 fluorouracil cream in condyloma acuminata and other types of verrucae was compared to their standard mode is therapy, viz., podophyllin for the former and electrodessications for the later. It was seen that 5% 5 fluorouracil cream was superior to local application of 25% podophyllin in tine benzoin in the treatment of condyloma acuminata with low rate of recurrence, whereas this method is successful only in 30% of cases of verruca vulgaris without any recurrence.
Dinitrochlorobenzene (DNCB) In The Treatment Of Warts
Chattopadhyay S. P
Indian Journal of Dermatology , 2001,
Abstract: Forty patients (male-25, female-15) of age group 15 to 46 years (mean 23 years) were attempted for contact sensitization with 0.5% -3% dinitrochlorobenzene (DNCB) solution. Thirty five cases could be hypersensitized. Out of these cases, 11(27.5%)cases responded fully with subsequent local application of 0.5-1% DNCB solution on the warts and another 32.5% cases showed moderate response while 40% of cases did not show any response. It was also seen that 77.5% of patients suffered from moderate to severe complication in the form of eczematous reaction. Pain and induration both on the site of hypersensitization and on sites away from it. The eczematous reaction subsided slowly over 2 to 4 weeks period without leaving any permanent scar. DNCB (topical) could be used for a cure under direct supervision in the selected cases of verrucae not responding to standard treatment by initial sensitization and thereafter direct application over the warts. There was a marginal increased tuberculin (PPD) response after hypersensitization process with DNCB.
Prognostic Value Of Immunoglobulin Profile In Human Papilloma Virus Infection
Chattopadhyay S P
Indian Journal of Dermatology , 2001,
Abstract: Present study aimed at defining the prognostic value of immunoglobulin profile in human papilloma virus infection by assessing and correlating the levels of immunoglobulin with type, number, duration and response to therapy in 54 randomly selected cases from age group 8 to 42 years (male a€"35, female a€" 19). Raised IgG levels were seen maximally in all spectrum of warts (59.25%) followed by IgM (40.74%) and IgA (25.92%). It was also seen that 82% of cases with elevated IgM and IgA were free from lesions with no recurrence at 6 months follow up with any form of treatment (electrodessication, 25% podophyllin, 50% trichloroacetic acid,50% 5-fluorouracil). On the contrary, patients with elevated IgG level showed poor response (64%) and partial response (16%) with recurrence of 38% at the end of 6 months. Cure rate was 54% with combined elevation of IgG, IgA and IgM with recurrence rate of 24%.
Quinpristin-Dalfopristin resistance among methicillin-resistant strains of staphylococci
Bhatawadekar S,Chattopadhyay A
Indian Journal of Pharmacology , 2010,
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Evaluaton of vinca rosea for the threatment of warts
Chattopadhyay S,Das P
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 1990,
Abstract: Nineteen cases of warts of various types (flat 3, veffuca vulgaris 8, planter warts.3 and genital warts 5) were treated with applications of Vinca rosea cream twice a day 1-2 hours after application of an ointment containing equal parts of 5% salicylic acid and 0.0.5% tretinoin (1:1). The response after 6 weeks of treatment when compared with a control group of 14 cases of various types of warts applying only 5% saliylic acid and 0.05% tretinoin (1:1) was found to be better in clearing the warts and also preventing recurrences.
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