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Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy: A New Era in the Field of Surgery in Bangladesh

Ibn Sina Medical College
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  • Surgery
  • Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy
  • Design
  • Education
  • Medicine


Microsoft Word - BJMS-June09-fina-pressl Editorial Sophistication of Medical writings Mohammad Iqbal Khan Research is essential for the growth and development of any science and medical science has no escape from continuous and persistence research and innovation. Only through sound, scientific and educational research new and old ideas can be tested1. In order to achieve its goal of becoming useful to the society, the research has to be translated and applied in reality to the patients in the day today clinical practice. The challenges faced by the practicing physician today are to provide up date and cutting edge care to his patients by incorporating the valid modern information2. The role played by the scientific publications in translation of research into clinical practice need not to be emphasized as it is the only available mean for the growth and up gradation of any specialty. There has been a dramatic increase in the number of medical journals published in the last one decade and there has been an increasing demand for the scientific articles. Every year over six million scientific medical articles get published. Despite this gargantuan volume of medical literature, less than 15% all articles published on a particular topic are really useful3. Even articles published in the most prestigious journals are far from perfect. Analyses of clinical trials published in wide variety of medical journals have described large deficiencies in design, analysis and reporting. Although improving with time, average quality score of clinical trials during the past two decades is less than 50%4-6. The researchers thus, must have to take personal responsibility of providing a valid, readable, scientific material. Conveying one’s research findings is an exciting moment because it represents the out come and recognition of an arduous process. Clarity in reporting how the research was conducted and what results were obtained is paramou

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