AAM. Year: 2018, Volume: 7, Issue: 3-4


  1. WHO ICD- 11 Showcasing of Traditional Medicine: Lesson from a lost opportunity
    Ram Harsh Singh , Sanjeev Rastogi,
    AAM. 2018; 7(3-4): 66-71
    » Abstract » PDF» Cited: 6

  2. Guest Editorial

  3. Correlation of Physiological Principles of Ayurveda with Spin Types of Quantum Physics
    Hari Sharma
    AAM. 2018; 7(3-4): 72-74
    » Abstract » PDF» Cited: 1

  4. Opinions

  5. Publishing a Standard Medical Journal
    Sanjeev Rastogi
    AAM. 2018; 7(3-4): 75-78
    » Abstract » PDF» Cited: 3

  6. Original Research

  7. Efficacy of Near Peer Assisted Mentoring (NPAM) to bridge gaps between Clinical & Basic sciences
    Pradnya Deepak Dandekar, Deepak Ramraoji Dandekar,
    AAM. 2018; 7(3-4): 79-89
    » Abstract » PDF

  8. Review Article

  9. Origin of Sanskrit, Ayurveda and other Sciences in University of Taxila by Aryans
    N C Shah
    AAM. 2018; 7(3-4): 90-95
    » Abstract » PDF

  10. Exclusivity of the Bower Manuscript- Naavaneetakam
    Yashashree Vasant Joshi,
    AAM. 2018; 7(3-4): 96-103
    » Abstract » PDF

  11. Case Report

  12. Management of Chronic Diabetic foot ulcer by Vimlapana with Jatyaditaila- A case report
    Ramesh Shivappa Killedar, Sharmistha Mandal, Pradeep Shahjirao Shindhe
    AAM. 2018; 7(3-4): 104-108
    » Abstract » PDF» Cited: 1

  13. Integrated Approach for the management of Satponaka Bhagandara (Anterior Horseshoe Fistula with multiple openings) -A Case Report
    Hetal laxmanbhai Nakrani, Monica Shrestha, Tukaram S Dudhamal
    AAM. 2018; 7(3-4): 109-113
    » Abstract » PDF

  14. Brief Report

  15. Information Technology Training Program for AYUSH Professionals: A Report
    Mahesh Kumar
    AAM. 2018; 7(3-4): 114-118
    » Abstract » PDF

  16. Short Communication

  17. Career, Scope and Future Challenges of Traditional Medicine
    Jigmet Lanzes, Stanzin Chorab, Stanzin Yangdol, Stanzin Dolker, Stanzin Tsoknyi
    AAM. 2018; 7(3-4): 119-122
    » Abstract » PDF

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