BMJ


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BMJ

abbreviation for
(Medicine) British Medical Journal
Translations

BMJ

[ˌbiːɛmˈdʒeɪ] n abbr (=British Medical Journal)B-movie [ˈbiːmuːvɪ] nfilm m de série B
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The BMJ has reported that patients with cataracts are being screened and those that do not meet visual acuity thresholds are being denied surgery.
The BMJ recently asked this question: Among gay couples, if one is HIV positive and taking suppressive antiretroviral therapy and the other is HIV negative, what's the risk of transmission to the negative partner if they have condom-less sex?
Patients who have not undergone treatment and who have active cysts remain at a risk of serious complications," the BMJ Case Reports wrote.
Ear nose and throat specialist Dr Alexander Charlton treated the patient and was one of the authors of the BMJ article.
He was selected for the award after competing with two Indian Surgical Teams in the final presentation for 20 minutes in front of a four-membered jury comprising the members of the editorial board of the BMJ. This is the first time a Sri Lankan Surgeon and the team has won this prestigious award Surgical team of the year in the history of BMJ awards South Asia.
With RingCentral, BMJ is empowering its growing global workforce across 10 countries to drive efficient customer communications and deeper team collaboration.
These comments are taken from an accompanying editorial (BMJ. 2018 May 23.
Gray, PharmD, of the University of Washington, Seattle, and Joseph T Hanlon, PharmD, of the University of Pittsburgh, the findings suggest that anticholinergics in general should be avoided in older adults (BMJ. 2018;361:k1722.
The new editorial in The BMJ claims that an additional person died every seven minutes during the first 49 days of 2018 compared with what had been usual in the previous five years.
We found that some BMJ journals were not indexed by all three databases, so these journals were omitted from subsequent analyses.
The accreditation department of Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP) has collaborated with BMJ Learning, a leading international provider of online CPD modules, to provide free access to licensed healthcare practitioners.
Tribune News Network Doha QATAR Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP) in the Ministry of Public Health and BMJ (British Medical Journal) Learning are collaborating again to provide online CPD resources to licensed healthcare practitioners in the State of Qatar.