On Wednesday, a book titled ‘Chikitsa Shabdasagar (Medical Dictionary)’ was published as part of a program.
Dean of the Institute of Medicine (IOM) Dr Divya Singh, Prof Dr Rajendra Koju, and Dr Mohan Krishna Shrestha jointly launched the lexicon book written by Dr Bipin Nepal, Binaya Kumar Sharma, Prakash Mani Dahal, and Dr Kamal Lamsal.
Dr. Singh said at the time that the medical dictionary would help users better understand medical science. She went on to say, “It was a fresh and spectacular accomplishment in the field of language.”
Prof Dr Koju, Dean of Kathmandu University’s School of Medical Sciences, said the dictionary has simplified the meaning of English medical terminologies in Nepali.
Dr. Shrestha, Member-Secretary of the Nepal Health Professionals Council, shared his optimism that the new publication would assist more than 150,000 registered health workers and others in understanding medical science’s technical terms and terminologies.
Dr Bipin Nepal told RSS that the 1,920-page ‘Chikitsa Shabdasagar’ was written in eight years. It includes over 50,000 medical, nursing, and health-related terminologies. It’s written in three languages: English, English, and Nepali.