An Inclusive Indian National Therapy.
Hygeia.J.D.Med.6 (1) 2014; 122-126. [Invited Communication]
Former Professor of Pharmacognosy, College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India,695011.
Article history: Received: 20 February 2013, Accepted: 12 March 2014,Available online: 3 April 2014
A road map to bring Patient-oriented clinical results of ethnic traditional processes &techniques through a single window of modern hospitals for documentation and accountability where ‘clinical Pharmacognosist’ has a link role between MCI and AYUSH to evolve an “inclusive health care policy” for the nation.
Keywords: Clinical results of ethnic traditional processes, documentation, Clinical Pharmacognosist, MCI, AYUSH, PCI, CCIM,
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Citation: P.Velayudha Panicker. An inclusive Indian National therapy. Hygeia.J.D.Med 2014; 6(1):122-126.Available from http://www.hygeiajournal.com / Article ID- Hygeia.J.D.Med/129/14. DOI:10.15254/H.J.D.Med.6.2014.129.
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