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Journal Health Renaissance

Aim & Scope

Health Renaissance is a scientific, biomedical publication of B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, Dharan, Nepal. The main mission of the journal is to act as a means of for improving the quality of health care and medical education particularly in the context of developing countries with limited resources. It aims to achieve the above mission by providing a standard platform to the physicians, scientists, administrators and educators all over the world in various fields of health profession and medical education for sharing their experiences and views, and for disseminating the results of scientific researches related to these fields. Health Renaissance would be of interest to all those who are involved in patient care, biomedical research, education of health professionals and administration of health services and community at large. The journal accepts original articles, review articles, case reports, brief communications and letters to the editor. The journal agrees to use the "Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts submitted to Biomedical Journals". All materials submitted to this Journal should conform to these requirements. Detailed guidelines for submitting a manuscript to the journal have been given at the end of this issue. Authors are requested to follow these guidelines carefully while preparing the manuscript, for quicker acceptance and publication of the same in the journal. [1]

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2017 - VOLUME 13, ISSUE 3
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The world is graying: Dementia is an alarming issue

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Health Renaissance , 2017 - VOLUME 13, ISSUE 3 , pp 1-6.

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Study of risk taking behaviors and practices long route drivers in Dharan Municipality of Eastern Nepal

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Health Renaissance , 2017 - VOLUME 13, ISSUE 3 , pp 7-15.

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Association between level of HbA1c and lipid profile in T2DM patients attending diabetic OPD at BPKIHS

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Health Renaissance , 2017 - VOLUME 13, ISSUE 3 , pp 16-23.

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Role of imaging (MDCT) in ocular and orbital lesions

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Health Renaissance , 2017 - VOLUME 13, ISSUE 3 , pp 24-36.

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A study on occurrence of anemia in primigravida women attending antenatal ward of BPKIHS

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Health Renaissance , 2017 - VOLUME 13, ISSUE 3 , pp 37-40.

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Quality assessment of discharge summaries from an emergency department in eastern Nepal

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Health Renaissance , 2017 - VOLUME 13, ISSUE 3 , pp 41-47.

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A study on factors influencing use of standard precautions in the emergency department at BPKIHS, Dharan

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Health Renaissance , 2017 - VOLUME 13, ISSUE 3 , pp 54-64.

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A study to evaluate the pattern and types of treatment of tibial plateau fracture at BPKIHS Dharan

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Health Renaissance , 2017 - VOLUME 13, ISSUE 3 , pp 65-72.

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Application of cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) for diagnosis and management of mandibular condyle fractures

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Health Renaissance , 2017 - VOLUME 13, ISSUE 3 , pp 73-81.

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