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1.  India towards diabetes control: Key issues 
The Australasian Medical Journal  2013;6(10):524-531.
The problem of mass diabetes is steadily increasing everyday. This editorial introduces key issues that need to be addressed to support the effective control of diabetes in India as well as globally. Issues like awareness generation for risk reduction, frequency of monitoring for selected parameters, standards for monitoring chronic complications in patients with diabetes, and current recommended targets of various parameters, amongst others, are presented along with extensions to the vaccinations recommended for diabetic patients.
doi:10.4066/AMJ.2013.1791
PMCID: PMC3821052  PMID: 24223071
Diabetes; challenges; control; India; key issues; vaccinations; awareness
4.  Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever: An outbreak in India 
The Australasian Medical Journal  2011;4(11):589-591.
doi:10.4066/AMJ.2011.701
PMCID: PMC3562913  PMID: 23386871
5.  Why Say No to Tobacco: Indian Perspective 
The Australasian Medical Journal  2011;4(3):139-142.
doi:10.4066/AMJ.2011.646
PMCID: PMC3562961  PMID: 23390462
6.  Local skin reaction following an accidental injection from a BCG vaccine in a healthcare worker 
Exposure to blood‐borne pathogens from sharp injuries continue to pose a significant risk to healthcare workers (HCW). The number of sharps injuries sustained by HCW is still unclear, primarily due to under‐reporting of events. Healthcare professionals are at risk of sustaining such injuries from hollow‐bore needles. Sharps injuries are associated with risk of infection with blood‐borne pathogens such as human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), hepatitis B virus (HBV) hepatitis C virus (HCV) and other live organisms. Here we are reporting a case of an adverse reaction in a HCW due to an accidental sharps injury by a needle used to administer the Bacillus Calmittee Gurien (BCG) vaccine.
doi:10.4066/AMJ.2011.535
PMCID: PMC3562930  PMID: 23386886
BCG vaccine; adverse reaction; healthcare worker; medical error

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