General Practice Respective Theme | Peer Reviewed Journals
Biochemistry & Pharmacology: Open Access

Biochemistry & Pharmacology: Open Access
Open Access

ISSN: 2167-0501


General Practice Respective Theme

The term General Practice has become a respective theme for the researchers to work on. This theme mainly focuses on the remedies needed for the health related problems prevailing in various communities. Currently, researchers are surveying the patient’s records after their treatment and are concentrating on finding better ways to decrease the health related diseases. These diseases are very common and occur to most of the individuals. The doctors diagnose, and provide treatments to the patients which include surgery, drug administration whether oral or through injection and educational programs. Doctors work in team with persons related to other professions like individuals in academics, licensed chemists, pharmacists, etc.


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