RRMCH

MOOGAMBIGAI CHARITABLE AND EDUCATIONAL TRUST was conceived in the Year 1992 with a specific purpose and commitment to establishing institutions of academic excellence, throughout Karnataka. Our main aim is to promote service minded, scientific tempered citizens of exemplary stature to serve the humanity.

Board of Members

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    Dr. A.C.Shanmugam

    Chief Patron
    B.A.LLB, FIMSA, FRCPS (Glasgow, UK)
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    Sri A.C.S. Arunkumar

    Co-Patron
    B.Tech (Hons).
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    Dr.H.Sahajananda

    Chief Editor
     

Current Highlights

To evaluate Lipid Profiles in Patients with Chronic Kidney...

  • Original Article
  • April-june 2018

Dyslipidemia is a fairly common occurrence in chronic renal failure (CRF) patients. Cardiovascular mortality in patients with CRF is related to dyslipidemia. This study was done to identify the lipid abnormalities and its significance in CRF patients by comparing with age, sex, and body mass index (BMI) of matched healthy control population.

Role of E-cadherin Expression in Breast Carcinoma

  • Original Article
  • April-june 2018

Cancer of breast has emerged as the leading site of cancer in India. E-cadherin (E-CD) is one of calciumdependent transmembrane glycoprotein mediating cell–cell adhesion. It has its application in differentiating invasive ductal carcinoma not otherwise specified (IDC-NOS) vs invasive lobular carcinomas (ILCs) and predicting the aggressiveness of the tum

Medication Adherence: How Important is It?

  • Editorial
  • April-june 2018

Medication nonadherence is the most prevalent and complex problem. Nonadherence to medication causes considerable morbidity and mortality, with unavoidable health care costs.1 In 2003, it was estimated by the World Health Organization (WHO) that in developed countries, adherence averages to only 50% in patients suffering from chronic medical illness while

Hybrid Cardiac Surgery in a Patient with Cardiogenic Shock...

  • Case Reports
  • April-june 2018

Suitable time for coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) after acute myocardial infarction (AMI) remains controversial. Many randomized studies have shown that primary angioplasty in AMI may result in better results compared with fibrinolytic therapy and CABG. We herewith report a case of a 72-yearold patient with fracture of femur who sustained massive m