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The present study was conducted to detect aerobic causative agents of urinary tract infection (UTI) and their antibiogram pattern. This study was carried out in the Department of Microbiology, Regional Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS), Imphal, Manipur, India. A total of 1,109 clean catched midstream urine samples were collected, out of which 459 (40.4%)(More)
BACKGROUND The Family Health Division along with the MoHP developed a policy that recommended provision of incentives to all delivering mother by removing the parity condition and termed Safe Delivery Incentive Programme (SDIP) to make it more appropriate. The SDIP was branded as AamaSurakshyaKaryakram (ASK). The main objective of the study was to find out(More)
Information technology (IT) has emerged as a boon to expedite the process of agricultural extension. The growth in mobile has surpassed Internet due to cost effectiveness. Mobile as a tool holds promise for facilitating access of agricultural information by majority of the farmers. Its promotion has already been started by a few organizations, but mostly in(More)
BACKGROUND Oral diseases remain a significant public health problem in Nepal, as do oral health behaviours. Socio-demographic factors play a crucial role in driving oral hygiene practices. This study aims to identify oral hygiene practices and associated socio-demographic factors in Nepalese population. METHODS This descriptive, cross-sectional study(More)
BACKGROUND There were several reports in the various mass media regarding misuse of the word "research" by various organization and it has been argued that putting the word "Research" in any agency's name made easier to get the various medical from abroad without paying or paying minimum or discounted government tax than others. The objectives of the study(More)
BACKGROUND Women face numerous health problems in their post-reproductive and menopausal years, including issues such as pelvic pain, incontinence and obstetric fistula. In Nepal, the importance of these health issues is increasing with the aging of the population, yet women are often unable to access adequate health care due to entrenched gender structures(More)
BACKGROUND Inter-sectoral coordination has been one of the different factors in the district health system that produces efficient output which has been identified by the Alma Ata declaration as an essential component to achieve notion of 'Health for All'. This study was therefore aimed to describe the major four key functions of the health systems and to(More)
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