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Stress is high in software profession because of their nature of work, target, achievements, night shift, over work load. 1. To study the demographic profile of the employees. 2. To access the level of job stress and quality of life of the respondents. 3. To study in detail the health problems of the employees. All employees working in IT and BPO industry(More)
Rose-scented geranium (Pelargonium sp.) is a highly valued aromatic crop. Its growth is limited by soil salinity and sodicity stress. Arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungus, phosphate-solubilizing bacteria (PSB), and P fertilizers may enhance the growth and secondary metabolism in geranium plants. In this context, a pot experiment was conducted to study the(More)
BACKGROUND Primary hyperhidrosis is a disorder that is characterized by excessive sweating in disproportion to that required for thermoregulation. In most cases, this is aggravated by emotional factors and by heat. Hyperhidrosis can be seen in the palms of the hands, armpits, soles of the feet and face. The principal characteristic of this disease is the(More)
OBJECTIVES Tuberculosis (TB) is still common in many countries and there has been a resurgence of TB in the developed nations. Although small bowel is the most commonly affected gastrointestinal organ, increasing numbers of cases are being described with colon TB. There are limited prospective studies looking at the outcomes of colon lesions, especially(More)
Thoracoscopic splanchnicectomy has been used for the management of upper abdominal pain syndromes as an alternative to celiac plexus block for conditions such as chronic pancreatitis or supramesocolic malignant neoplasms, including unresectable pancreatic cancer. This procedure is similar to the percutaneous block with a higher degree of precision and(More)
INTRODUCTION Hyperuricemia is common among adults with prehypertension, especially when the microalbuminuria is present. Hyperuricemia precedes the development of hypertension. AIM (1) To find the association of hyperuricemia in new-onset hypertensive patients. (2) To find the association of hyperuricemia in hypertensive patients with regard to gender and(More)
—One major requirement of computer networks is their ability to function even in the presence of some faults in the network. The reliability of computer network has become increasingly important due to the increasing use of the computer in the vital aspects of almost every one's life. The computer network reliability must be measured to determine the(More)
Peat normally has high organic matter content and is generally associated with high compressibility and high magnitude and rates of creep. It may also be associated with poor strength characteristics and a risk of large deformation. The main specifications in the peat nature are the presence of acidic or less commonly alkaline media, combined with a high(More)
Splenic rupture is a frequent consequence of blunt abdominal trauma. Removal of the spleen (splenectomy) or alternative conservative procedures (splenorrhaphy, partial splenectomy and haemostatic collagen application) are surgical treatment options. Splenectomy was first described in 1910 by Sutherland. Laparoscopic splenectomy was first described in 1991(More)
Diaphyseal tibial fractures are very common in dogs and would present in a variety in forms. Among all fracture repair modality, plating is most popular and effective technique for fracture management. The aim of this study was to evaluate the suitability of commonly used dynamic compressing plating technique in dogs. Six clinical cases presenting to the(More)