North America Sports Medicine Market 2020 to Witness Excellent Long-Term Growth Outlook

Pune, New York, USA, November 24 2020 (Wiredrelease) Research Dive :According to a new report published by Research Dive, titled, Sports Medicine Devices Market : North America Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2018-2025,the North America sports medicine devices market was valued at $3,580 million in 2018, and is expected to reach $5,382 million by 2025, registering a CAGR of 6.7% from 2019 to 2025.

Sports medicine deals with the physical fitness of athletes. It is used for prevention and treatment of injuries related to sports and exercise. Common sport injuries include anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears, ankle sprains, muscle cramps, and shin splints. Sports medicine doctors are trained to restore function to injured patients, so they can get moving again as soon as possible. Demand for sports medicine devices has increased considerably, owing to active participation of athletes in various sports across different countries. Various aspects of sports medicine such as indulging in sports activities for fitness, recommendations for physical training, and sports injury prevention treatment further contribute toward the market growth.

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Rise in incidence of sports-related injuries in the young population majorly drives the growth of the sports medicine devices market. Moreover, sports injuries have become highly prevalent among the young population, owing to increase in participation in sports. In addition, increase in initiatives by governments of various countries to promote sports activities and rise in demand for minimally invasive surgeries boost the market growth. Furthermore, easily accessible and advanced treatment products related to sports medicine for quick easy recovery fuel the demand for sports medicine. However, lack of skilled professionals as well as inappropriate administration and guidelines in the field of sports medicine hamper the growth of the market. Conversely, rising influx of athletes and technological advancements in sports medicine are expected to offer remunerative opportunities for the North America sports medicine market players.

The body reconstruction repair segment is anticipated to dominate the market during the forecast period. This is attributed to the fact that body reconstruction repair products are majorly used in the treatment and prevention of sport-related injuries. Among body reconstruction repair products, the bone/cartilage repair reconstruction segment is expected to register the highest CAGR during the forecast period. Considering body support recovery products, the support devices braces segment was the highest revenue contributor in 2018, accounting for five-ninths share. The knee injuries segment is estimated to grow at the highest CAGR from 2018 to 2025, as athletes frequently suffer from such injuries. Sports medicines are principally employed in the treatment of knee injuries, owing to increase in incidence of meniscus tear among sportspersons.

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Key Findings of the Sports Medicine Devices Market:

The body support recovery segment is anticipated to generate the second highest revenue during the forecast period.
Artificial joint implants serve to be the highest contributor to the orthopedic sports medicine devices market in 2018 and is expected to maintain this dominance

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First Diversity Week at Stanford Medicine tackles tough topics in medical education, health care | News Center

People are a composite of many interconnected identities, Lassiter said, and taking an “intersectional” point of view is helpful in assessing how diverse, equitable and inclusive a workplace is. As an example, Lassiter described a case study of a particular organization that touted the number of women and people of color in their workforce. 

 The “statistics sound great on the surface, but … when we look at the data from an intersectional perspective, we see that the women in the organization are mostly white women, and the largest group of men in their organization is white men,” Lassiter said. 

 “When organizations say, ‘We’ve increased our numbers of women,’ who are those women?” Lassiter said. Similarly, when groups claim, “’We’ve increased our numbers of people of color,’ who’s included in [their definition of] people of color?” These are the questions that the framework of intersectionality helps us address, Lassiter said.

Diversity, equity and inclusion in medical education

We have to be willing to employ the same kind of rigor we apply to studies of science and medicine to efforts designed to eliminate bias and racism and promote diversity and inclusion, several speakers said.

In 2017, a 10-month program called Leadership, Education and Advancing Diversity, or LEAD, was created to pair Stanford Medicine residents and fellows with mentors who are Stanford Medicine faculty or educational administrators. 

“I had no idea how impactful this work would be,” Carmin Powell, MD, clinical assistant professor of pediatrics, told attendees at the Diversity and Inclusion Forum on Oct. 9. Powell co-directs LEAD with Lahia Yemane, MD. 

Every month, LEAD’s participants take part in discussion-based lectures on various topics related to equity, diversity and inclusion. They also work with their mentors to develop a presentation to deliver at the annual Diversity and Inclusion Forum.

 In just four years, LEAD has tripled in size, growing from 30 scholars and mentors to more than 100, Powell said. Part of the program’s success is its engagement with medical residents and fellows early in their careers, making equity, diversity and inclusion a part of their training.

Knowledge is key

Educating yourself on the history of racism and how to foster diversity and inclusion is essential, said Marc Nivet, executive vice president for institutional advancement at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and keynote speaker at this year’s Diversity and Inclusion Forum.

“If you get nothing else out of today’s talk, I would just implore you to read and to get educated,” Nivet said. 

“You can no longer be an effective leader, period — not just in academic medicine — but period, without being much more elevated in your ability to understand these issues,” he said. “And that comes from reading and learning.”

Learning, trying new things and sharing what does — and doesn’t— work is important for progress, Nivet explained. “I think we don’t share the results of failure, which is typical in academic medicine. We don’t get points for writing about failures or initiatives that didn’t work and why

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Quebec dentist fined for breaking quarantine in Cayman Islands



a man standing next to a body of water: Dr. Pascal Terjanian was once called a public menace by the Quebec Order of Dentists.


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Dr. Pascal Terjanian was once called a public menace by the Quebec Order of Dentists.

A Quebec dentist and his partner were fined $1,500 each on Monday after Cayman Island authorities charged them with breaking the territory’s quarantine rules.

Dr. Pascal Terjanian, a controversial dentist who practises in Montreal and Terrebonne, and Christina Gurunian pleaded guilty to the charges during a court appearance via a video link on Monday.

Upon arrival at the airport on Nov. 13, they were fitted with electronic tracker wristbands and escorted to an apartment complex where they were supposed to isolate for 14 days because of the pandemic.

Police were called to the complex after staff notified them that the couple had left the apartment.

Gurunian, 34, failed to wear her mask upon arrival at the complex and on several other occasions when she walked from her apartment to put garbage in the dumpster, a Cayman news outlet reported.

According to the court file, the managers became suspicious of Terjanian and Gurunian after they both requested numerous favours, which prompted them to review the complex’s CCTV footage, said Andrel Harris, a reporter with the Caymen Compass.

According to the court file, which Harris said he consulted, both Terjenian and Gurunian were observed outside of their apartment without their geo-fencing wristbands and were seen swimming in the ocean at the back of the property.

In an interview with the Montreal Gazette, Gurunian disputed many of the allegations. She said the only time she violated quarantine was when she took trash to the dumpster.

The couple decided to plead guilty to all the charges because her aunt died last weekend and she wanted to return home to Quebec to be with her family.

“Our lawyer said to plead guilty to the charges because, otherwise, we would not have been able to leave the country,” she said.

She claims that two officers came to their door on Monday and notified them of the court appearance. She said she never saw any of the CCTV footage that the police claim shows them violating quarantine rules.

“I never did those things,” she said.

Gurunian also denied that she tampered with her monitoring bracelet. She said Terjanian wore his bracelet farther up his arm because he wears a watch on his wrist.

The couple left the Cayman Islands on Tuesday after they had two negative COVID-19 tests. They are not allowed to return to the islands while COVID-19 restrictions are in place.

Following the incident, the government will now require travellers to pass through an additional checkpoint at the airport to ensure the tracking bracelet has been fitted correctly, Dr. Tasha Ebanks-Garcia, the director of Travel Cayman, said in a news release.

Terjanian, 52, who was once called a public menace by the Quebec Order of Dentists , has been the subject of many complaints about pricey, shoddy and painful dental work dating back to 1997.

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Global Ayurvedic Medicine Market Size by Regional Industry Growth, Statistics & Forecast by 2025

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The global Ayurvedic Medicine market size is expected to gain market growth in the forecast period of 2020 to 2025, with a CAGR of 11.4% in the forecast period of 2020 to 2025 and will expected to reach 7331.5 million by 2025, from 4754.3 million in 2019.

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Generic medicine Market Anticipated for Progressive CAGR Growth During 2020-2027

Pune, New York, USA, November 24 2020 (Wiredrelease) Research Dive :Despite of pandemic, the generic medicine market is predicted to grow immensely in the forecast period. Increasing healthcare cost is predicted to be the major driving factor for the market in the forecast period. Oncology therapeutic application will be most lucrative in the estimated period. Vaccine segment is predicted to have the highest market share. North America region is predicted grow enormously in the projected time frame.

Generic medicine market is predicted to grow enormously in terms of revenue in the forecast period. Increasing cases of chronic diseases such as cancer, tuberculosis, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and many other among the population is predicted to be the major driving factor for the global generic medicine market in the forecast period. Moreover,the treatment cost of these diseases in the healthcare is very high, with the help of generic medicines the treatment cost will be very less which is predicted to boost the global generic medicine market in the forecast period.At present majority of the companies are focusing on treating corona patients with the help of generic drugs which is predicted to be boost the market in the forecast period. For instance, Cipla to sell generic version of Remdesivir for 4,000 to Covid-19 patients. Cipla has developed a generic version of Remdesivir, which would be the lowest-priced COVID drug around the world. Adverse effected associated with the drugs on patients is predicted to hinder the market in the forecast period. In addition, the misconception about the drugs among the population is predicted to hamper the market in the forecast period. During this unpredicted situation, we are helping our clients in understanding the impact of COVID19 on the global social commerce market.

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According to a study conducted by Research Dive, the generic medicine market is expected to register a revenue of $462.1 billion by 2027.

The global market is classified on the basis of type and application. The report offers the complete information about drivers, opportunities, restraints, segmental analysis and major players of the global market.

Factors Affecting the Market Growth

As per our analyst, increasing healthcare cost is predicted to be the major driving factor for the global generic medicine market in the forecast period. Moreover, the misconception about the drugs among the population is predicted to be the biggest restraints for the market in the estimated period.

Vaccine Segment is Predicted to be the Most Lucrative Segment

On the basis of product, the generic medicine market is further classified into blood factors, cytokines, immunoglobulin, insulin, monoclonal antibodies, peptide antibiotics, peptide hormones, vaccines and others. Vaccines segment is predicted to grow enormously in the forecast period. Manufacturing of vaccines are comparatively low as the manufacturing cost is low the price of vaccines will be affordable which is predicted to drive

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Global Sports Medicine Device Market to 2025

DUBLIN, Nov. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The “Sports Medicine Device Market Insights 2020, Analysis and Forecast Global and Chinese Market to 2025, by Manufacturers, Regions, Technology, Product Type” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

This report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global Sports Medicine Device market with a focus on the Chinese market. The report provides key statistics on market of Sports Medicine Device. It is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in Sports Medicine Device industry.

Key points of Sports Medicine Device Market Report:
1. The report provides a basic overview of Sports Medicine Device industry including: definition, applications and manufacturing technology.
2. The report explores Global and Chinese major players in Sports Medicine Device market. In this part, the report presents the company profile, product specifications, capacity, production value, and 2015-2020 market shares for each company.
3. The report depicts the global and Chinese total Sports Medicine Device market including: capacity, production, production value, cost/profit, supply/demand and Chinese import/export, by statistical analysis.
4. The global Sports Medicine Device market is further divided by company, by country, and by application/type for the competitive landscape analysis.
5. The report then estimates 2020-2025 development trends, analyse upstream raw materials, downstream demand, and current market dynamics of Sports Medicine Device market.
6. The report makes some important proposals for a new project of Sports Medicine Device Industry before evaluating its feasibility.
7. Overall, the report provides an in-depth insight of 2015-2025 global and Chinese Sports Medicine Device market covering all important parameters.

Key Topics Covered:

1.: Introduction of Sports Medicine Device Industry
1.1 Brief Introduction of Sports Medicine Device
1.2 Development of Sports Medicine Device Industry
1.3 Status of Sports Medicine Device Industry

2.: Manufacturing Technology of Sports Medicine Device
2.1 Development of Sports Medicine Device Manufacturing Technology
2.2 Analysis of Sports Medicine Device Manufacturing Technology
2.3 Trends of Sports Medicine Device Manufacturing Technology

3.: Analysis of Global Key Manufacturers
3.1 Arthrex
3.1.1 Company Profile
3.1.2 Product Information
3.1.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value
3.1.4 Contact Information
3.2 Smith & Nephew
3.2.1 Company Profile
3.2.2 Product Information
3.2.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value
3.2.4 Contact Information
3.3 Stryker
3.3.1 Company Profile
3.3.2 Product Information
3.3.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value
3.3.4 Contact Information
3.4 Depuy Synthes/Johnson & Johnson
3.4.1 Company Profile
3.4.2 Product Information
3.4.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value
3.4.4 Contact Information
3.5 Zimmer Biomet
3.5.1 Company Profile
3.5.2 Product Information
3.5.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value
3.5.4 Contact Information
3.6 Karl Storz
3.6.1 Company Profile
3.6.2 Product Information
3.6.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value
3.6.4 Contact Information
3.7 Conmed
3.7.1 Company Profile
3.7.2 Product Information
3.7.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value
3.7.4 Contact Information
3.8 Wright
3.8.1 Company Profile
3.8.2 Product Information
3.8.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value
3.8.4 Contact Information
3.9 Medshape
3.9.1 Company Profile
3.9.2 Product Information
3.9.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value
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NYC dentist accused of assaulting neighbors, damaging property

NYC dentist in an upscale Chelsea condo building is accused of assaulting his neighbors and destroying property with a baseball bat – as residents fear violent behavior will end in a ‘murder-suicide’

  • Surveillance video obtained by NBC4 shows Dr Michael Medeiros, 50, attacking one of his neighbors last week on the street near their building in Chelsea 
  • Other footage from the building shows Medeiros allegedly screaming at neighbors, banging on doors and throwing items inside the building 
  • He has been arrested multiple times and has been captured on surveillance video being taken into custody by police on at least one occasion
  • Medeiros has multiple court dates set for next month for charges including property damage, criminal trespass and illegally entering a dwelling 
  • His lawyer says Medeiros has been falsely accused. DailyMail.com’s calls seeking comment from Medeiros have gone unanswered 

A New York City dentist has been accused of terrorizing neighbors in his upscale Manhattan apartment building by allegedly assaulting people, slashing tires and damaging property with a baseball bat. 

Surveillance video obtained by NBC4 shows Dr Michael Medeiros, 50, apparently attacking one of his neighbors last week on the street near their building in Chelsea. 

Other footage taken inside and outside the building shows Medeiros allegedly screaming at neighbors, banging on doors and throwing items inside the building. 

Medeiros, who runs a nearby dental clinic, has been arrested multiple times and has been captured on surveillance video being taken into custody by police on at least one occasion.

Dr Michael Medeiros, 50, , who runs a nearby dental clinic, has been arrested multiple times and has been captured on surveillance video being taken into custody by police on at least one occasion

Dr Michael Medeiros, 50, , who runs a nearby dental clinic, has been arrested multiple times and has been captured on surveillance video being taken into custody by police on at least one occasion

Medeiros has multiple court dates set for next month for charges including property damage, criminal trespass and illegally entering a dwelling.

Medeiros runs a nearby dental clinic in Manhattan's West Village. He is pictured above in an undated photos

Medeiros runs a nearby dental clinic in Manhattan’s West Village. He is pictured above in an undated photos

His lawyer says Medeiros has been falsely accused. 

DailyMail.com’s calls seeking comment from Medeiros have gone unanswered. 

Residents, including Mary Conway-Spiegel and Bob Spiegel, say they have called police on Medeiros multiple times over his alleged aggressive behavior. 

They claim that the violence has become so bad that it will end in a ‘murder-suicide’. 

DailyMail.com has contacted the New York Police Department for comment.

Medeiros was arrested again on Monday after allegedly threatening to kill Spiegel and biting the building’s security guard on the hand. 

Surveillance video from November 21 shows Medeiros allegedly punching Spiegal as he emerged from a parking garage near their condo building. 

A passerby could be seen trying to intervene as Medeiros allegedly hit his neighbor.  

Surveillance video from November 21 shows Medeiros allegedly punching one of his neighbors as he emerged from a parking garage near their condo building

Surveillance video from November 21 shows Medeiros allegedly punching one of his neighbors as he emerged from a parking garage near their condo building

Other footage taken inside and outside the building shows Medeiros allegedly screaming at neighbors and banging on  fire escape doors

Other footage taken inside and outside the building shows Medeiros allegedly screaming at neighbors and banging on 

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Scientists identify brain cells that help drive bodily reaction to fear, anxiety — ScienceDaily

Strong emotions such as fear and anxiety tend to be accompanied and reinforced by measurable bodily changes including increased blood pressure, heart rate and respiration, and dilation of the eyes’ pupils. These so-called “physiological arousal responses” are often abnormally high or low in psychiatric illnesses such as anxiety disorders and depression. Now scientists at the UNC School of Medicine have identified a population of brain cells whose activity appears to drive such arousal responses.

The scientists, whose study is published in Cell Reports, found that artificially forcing the activity of these brain cells in mice produced an arousal response in the form of dilated pupils and faster heart rate, and worsened anxiety-like behaviors.

The finding helps illuminate the neural roots of emotions, and point to the possibility that the human-brain counterpart of the newly identified population of arousal-related neurons might be a target of future treatments for anxiety disorders and other illnesses involving abnormal arousal responses.

“Focusing on arousal responses might offer a new way to intervene in psychiatric disorders,” said first author Jose Rodríguez-Romaguera, PhD, assistant professor in the UNC Department of Psychiatry and member of the UNC Neuroscience Center, and co-director of the Carolina Stress Initiative at the UNC School of Medicine.

Rodríguez-Romaguera and co-first author Randall Ung, PhD, an MD-PhD student and adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry, led this study when they were members of the UNC laboratory of Garret Stuber, PhD, who is now at the University of Washington.

“This work not only identifies a new population of neurons implicated in arousal and anxiety, but also opens the door for future experiments to systematically examine how molecularly defined cell types contribute to complex emotional and physiological states,” Stuber said. “This will be critical going forward for developing new treatments for neuropsychiatric disorders.”

Anxiety disorders, depression, and other disorders featuring abnormally high or low arousal responses affect a large fraction of the human population, including tens of millions of adults in the United States alone. Treatments may alleviate symptoms, but many have adverse side effects, and the root causes of these disorders generally remain obscure.

Untangling these roots amid the complexity of the brain has been an enormous challenge, one that laboratory technology has only recently begun to surmount.

Rodríguez-Romaguera, Ung, Stuber and colleagues examined a brain region within the amygdala called the BNST (bed nucleus of the stria terminalis), which has been linked in prior research to fear and anxiety-like behaviors in mice.

Increasingly, scientists view this region as a promising target for future psychiatric drugs. In this case, the researchers zeroed in on a set of BNST neurons that express a neurotransmitter gene, Pnoc, known to be linked to pain sensitivity and more recently to motivation.

The team used a relatively new technique called two-photon microscopy to directly image BNST Pnoc neurons in the brains of mice while the mice were presented with noxious or appealing odors — stimuli that reliably induce fear/anxiety and reward behaviors, respectively, along with the appropriate

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Insilico Medicine rebrands Pandomics as PandaOmics, releases a new version

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Thursday, November 12, 2020 — Insilico Medicine today announced the release of a new version of its flagship AI-powered biological target discovery system and a name change from Pandomics to PandaOmics. The original name intended to reflect that the system will handle all (pan-) omics data types and integrated the company mascot – Panda (in 2016 the company published its iPANDA algorithm for dimensionality reduction); however, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Pandomics name got closely associated with pandemics, and the company is in the process of renaming the system.

The PandaOmics v1.02 has multiple bug fixes and several additional features requested by the customers:

    1. Omics dataset search by therapeutic area name;

    2. The ability to create meta-analysis for several Omics datasets.

    3. Target ID – a collection of AI based scores that proposes actionable targets based on molecular data (analysed in PandaOmics) and previously published text-based data.

“A lot of effort has been put in the development of PandaOmics therapeutic target discovery platform. Despite the name change, we will preserve our high quality of standards and ensure that the platform will help even larger number of researchers with their drug discovery programs”, said Ivan Ozerov, Target Discovery Director at Insilico Medicine, responsible for PandaOmics development from its early onset.

“While the majority of the customers got used to and liked the name Pandomics, due to COVID-19 the popular search engines started autocorrecting the name to pandemics, and we decided to make this change. Panda remains our company’s mascot and we are making a minor change to the name – PandaOmics. The system is designed to provide the biomedical community with the ability to identify biological targets using gene and protein expression data as well as other data types, evaluating the novelty, assessing and annotating these targets, and performing virtual validation of these targets using prior knowledge”, said Alex Zhavoronkov, PhD, CEO of Insilico Medicine.

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Harley Street dentist says he ‘didn’t plan to have sex with patient at Savoy hotel’

A Harley Street dentist to the stars who slept with a patient after wining and dining her at the Savoy said he only had a condom with him to carry water in an emergency.

Dr Sahil Patel, 28, said he had the contraceptive in his bag ‘for several years’ after attending a survival course.

The dentist twice met up with the woman at a pub in north London after providing her with his mobile phone number.

He then took the patient out to dinner at the Savoy on November 1 last year after completing her veneer treatment.

They carried on drinking until after midnight, when the dentist said he could not get home ‘as there are no underground trains,’ the General Dental Council heard.

Dr Sahil Patel (pictured), a Harley Street dentist to the stars who slept with a patient after wining and dining her at the Savoy, said he only had a condom with him to carry water in an emergency. Dr Patel, 28, said he had the contraceptive in his bag 'for several years' after attending a survival course, the General Dental Council heard today

Dr Sahil Patel (pictured), a Harley Street dentist to the stars who slept with a patient after wining and dining her at the Savoy, said he only had a condom with him to carry water in an emergency. Dr Patel, 28, said he had the contraceptive in his bag ‘for several years’ after attending a survival course, the General Dental Council heard today

The dentist twice met up with the woman at a pub in north London after providing her with his mobile number. He then took the patient out to dinner at the Savoy on November 1 last year after completing her veneer treatment. They carried on drinking until after midnight, when Dr Patel said he could not get home 'as there are no underground trains,' the tribunal heard

The dentist twice met up with the woman at a pub in north London after providing her with his mobile number. He then took the patient out to dinner at the Savoy on November 1 last year after completing her veneer treatment. They carried on drinking until after midnight, when Dr Patel said he could not get home ‘as there are no underground trains,’ the tribunal heard

Dr Patel then went to the patient’s hotel room across the street and had sex with her, the tribunal heard.

The dentist is said to have referred to the woman a ‘Jewish princess’ but he denies using the phrase.

The disciplinary hearing is being held in Marylebone, central London, near The Harley Street Smile Clinic, where Dr Patel is an associate dentist.

The clinic lists former Everton and Scotland striker Andy Gray among its clients as well as TOWIE stars including Lauren Pope, James Lock, Frankie Essex and Kirk Norcross.

Giving evidence, Dr Patel admitted if the condom ‘was present without context then, yes it would show pre-planning’.

But he maintained he kept it ‘in a field craft kit which has been in my bag for several years, incidentally, since attending a training course. It’s used for water retention’.

He claimed ‘Patient A’ asked him to have sex a second time at the hotel.

In his witness statement, he said he turned her down because he was tired, and added today, ‘We couldn’t anyway, due to a lack of contraception’.

Dr Patel is said to have passed her his mobile number on September 27 last year and gone for a drink with her at the White Horse Pub in Parsons Green, south-west London.

Giving evidence, Dr Patel admitted if the condom 'was present without context then, yes it would show pre-planning'. But he maintained he kept it 'in a field craft kit which has been in my bag for several years, incidentally, since attending a training course. It's used for water retention'. Pictured: The General Dental Council building

Giving evidence, Dr Patel admitted if the condom ‘was present without context then, yes it would show pre-planning’. But he maintained he kept it ‘in a field craft kit which has been in

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