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July-September 2020| Vol 13| Issue 3

Review Article

Functional restoration after peripheral nerve lesion: Nerve repair strategies, tendon transfer and free muscle transfer

Traumatic peripheral nerve injuries are a major and frequent clinical problem, and surgical repair has challenges. For the achievement of optimal functional preservation and restoration of function,...


Original Article

Maternal mental health and infant feeding practices cohort protocol: Methodology and baseline characteristics

Objectives: The objectives of the current work are to describe the maternal mental health and infant feeding practices cohort design and methodology and to report the baseline sociodemographi...


Original Article

Acid-neutralising capacity and pharmacoeconomic studies of commercially available antacids in the Qassim Region of Saudi Arabia

Background: Antacids are common over-the-counter medications for relief in common dyspeptic symptoms. However, antacid use has decreased with the availability powerful acid suppressant medica...


Original Article

Opinions of general practitioners on the barriers faced during care of cancer patients: A pilot study

Background: General practitioners (GPs) are an important component and are the backbone of health-care system in rural areas of India. For the first time, an attempt is made to understand th...


Letter to Editor

Closing the feedback gap: Making the students to act upon

Feedback is an important dimension of learning and is bound to deliver effective gains. It is important to understand that feedback should be more work for the recipient than the provider. The given...


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Hamdan Medical Journal, a publication of Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Award for Medical Sciences, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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