Guru Sharan Sah

Guru Sharan Sah
B P Koirala Memorial Cancer Hospital · Department of Medical Oncology

MD Internal Medicine ( Oncology)

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Background The novel beta-coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has infected millions of people globally with high risk among males than females. However, the effect of COVID-19 andrology is still a subject of dispute. We planned to analyze the overall consequences of COVID-19 on semen parameters and male sex hormones. Main text Systematic search was per...
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Background: The novel beta-coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has infected millions of people globally with high risk among male then female. However, the effect of COVID-19 andrology is still a subject of dispute. We planned to analyze the overall consequences of COVID-19 on semen parameters and male sex hormones. Main text: Systematic search was perf...
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Introduction: Cancer patients are at higher risk of COVID-19 infection as they are highly immunocompromised. The patients' adherence to control measures is affected by their knowledge, attitudes, and practices (KAP) towards COVID-19. This study assesses the KAP towards COVID-19 among the admitted cancer patients in Nepal and is first of its kind....
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Background Cancer patients are at higher risk of COVID-19 infection as they are highly immunocompromised. Patient’s adherence to control measures is affected by their knowledge, attitudes and practices (KAP) on COVID-19. This study, the first of its kind, assesses the KAP regarding COVID-19 among the admitted cancer patients in Nepal. Methodology A...
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Introduction: Global burden of cancer is witnessing an exponential increase. Nepal is no exception. In the recent years, cancer care has seen a focus shift towards holistic healing. This includes screening and assessing for psychosocial distress, allowing health care providers to deliver timely psychological interventions. The goal of this study w...
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Introduction: Uterine cervical carcinoma is the commonest form of gynecological malignancy in Bangladesh as well as in South Asia. Outcome of weekly versus three weekly Cisplatin concurrent with External beam radiotherapy followed by intracavitary radiotherapy in locally advanced cervical carcinoma was compared in this study. Methods: A quasi expe...
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Introduction: Chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting (CINV) is one of the common side effects of cancer chemotherapy, that affects patient’s physical and psychological aspects, decreasing patients quality of life and compliance with therapy. CINV can be acute, delayed or anticipatory. This study assessed effectiveness of fosaprepitant (NK-1 recep...
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Introduction: Uterine cervical carcinoma is the commonest form of gynecological malignancy in Bangladesh as well as in South Asia. Outcome of weekly versus three weekly Cisplatin concurrent with External beam radiotherapy followed by intracavitary radiotherapy in locally advanced cervical carcinoma was compared in this study. Methods: A quasi ex...
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Lung cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer as well as the leading cause of cancer related death worldwide. Till date, surgery is the treatment of first choice for lung cancer. But most of the cases diagnosed in clinics are inoperable, so chemotherapy and/- or radiotherapy are the next option for those cases. Because these treatment modalitie...

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