allopathic medicine


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allopathic medicine

Orthodox medicine.
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Only the MBBS graduate is registered by the Medical Council of India (MCI) and has a license to practice allopathic medicine.
And while the same economic bleeding will preclude the United States insurance sector to even think of covering homeopathy, our medical 'Founding Fathers' - pharmaceutical industry and allopathic medicine - will gladly ban it.
An MD, on the other hand, is trained primarily in allopathic medicine, which is also commonly referred to as conventional, mainstream, or Western medicine.
If a medicine does not meet any of the abovementioned requirements to be defined as a complementary medicine, selling will have to be discontinued and application will have to be made for registration as an allopathic medicine.
About 4000 years ago, herbal medicine was the most prominent source of treatment and ailment, but with use of allopathic medicine public interest shifted towards prompt recovery.
It is believed that this disease is caused due to heat of the abdomen and that if they take allopathic medicine, it becomes worse.
Fitchburg State Professor Mel Govindan, chairman of the university's biology/chemistry department, advises dozens of students considering careers in health sciences, including physician assistant, pharmacy, allopathic medicine, osteopathic medicine, physical therapy and dentistry, among other tracks.
Currently, Ghana has a pluralistic health care system consisting of both traditional and allopathic medicine (See Table 1).
Although allopathic medicine is common in Bangladesh, other traditional medicinal systems like Ayurveda, Unani, homeopathy, and folk medicinal systems exists side-by-side with allopathic medicine in the country.
To the credit of india & in an era of difficult times where the Indian pharmaceutical industry is facing an uphill task in the allopathic medicine, Dr Batra's efforts are commendable but the real test lies in taking the brand to the global map specially to the developed market where regulators & price will be a major challenge.
Noting the growing interest in traditional medicine as part of health care delivery in Nigeria, Adamu, a naval officer and physician there, considers traditional indigenous medicine and conventional allopathic medicine in the country, criticisms of their practice, and their merits and limitations.