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Neurodevelopmental disorders in children aged 2–9 years: Population-based burden estimates across five regions in India
The pooled estimates for prevalence increased by up to three percentage points when these were adjusted for national rates of stunting or low birth weight (LBW) and all-site-pooled estimates for NDDs were 9.2% (95% CI 7.5–11.2) in children of 2–<6 and 6–9 year age categories, respectively.
Preterm birth: Case definition & guidelines for data collection, analysis, and presentation of immunisation safety data
A Prospective Randomized Comparison Between Shock Wave Lithotripsy and Flexible Ureterorenoscopy for Lower Caliceal Stones ≤2 cm: A Single-Center Experience.
- Anup Kumar, P. Vasudeva, Biswajit Nanda, Niraj Kumar, M. Das, S. Jha
- MedicineJournal of endourology
- 18 November 2014
Both SWL and RIRS are safe and efficacious for lower caliceal calculi ≤20 mm for shock wave lithotripsy and flexible ureteroscopy with efficacy comparable to it, however, for 10-20’mm stones, RIRs was more effective, with lesser retreatment rate.
Improving vaccination coverage in India: lessons from Intensified Mission Indradhanush, a cross-sectoral systems strengthening strategy
An analysis from the Intensified Mission Indradhanush strategy in India shows that cross-sectoral participation can contribute to improved vaccination coverage of children at high risk.
Role of oral Minocycline in acute encephalitis syndrome in India – a randomized controlled trial
A trend towards better outcomes was observed with minocycline, especially in those patients who survived the initial day in hospital, and should form the basis for planning a larger study and possibly including minocy Cline in the initial management of AES.
Vaccine Safety and Surveillance for Adverse Events Following Immunization (AEFI) in India
- Jyoti Joshi, M. Das, Deepak Polpakara, S. Aneja, Mahesh Agarwal, N. Arora
- MedicineThe Indian Journal of Pediatrics
- 1 February 2018
Adverse Events Following Immunization (AEFI) Surveillance program is an integral part of routine immunization program in India to monitor the vaccine safety in the post licensure phase to sustain public confidence in vaccines.
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and childhood obesity
The important message is that childhood obesity poses important health problems, including but not limited to potentially severe chronic liver disease, and early diagnosis of children who are only overweight is a worthy goal so that strategies to limit obesity can be instituted as early as possible.
Determinants of utilization of services under MMJSSA scheme in Jharkhand 'Client Perspective': a qualitative study in a low performing state of India.
- S. Rai, R. Dasgupta, M. Das, Sarita Singh, R. Devi, N. Arora
- MedicineIndian journal of public health
- 1 October 2011
Community perspectives are focused on, for indentifying key areas that require improvement for proper implementation of the Mukhya Mantri Janani Shishu Swasthya Abhiyan (MMJSSA) in Jharkhand.
Time-constrained mother and expanding market: emerging model of under-nutrition in India
The study emphasized that the persistence of child malnutrition in India is also tied closely to the high workload and consequent time constraint of mothers who are increasingly pursuing income generating activities and enrolled in paid labour force, without robust institutional support for childcare.