Mannu R. Jain

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A postural study was conducted in three separate groups of subjects. The first group comprised 20 women volunteers with an average age of 20-75 years. In this group, the study was conducted by the pneumatonograph only. Mean pressure recorded was 15-65 +/- 0-25 mmHg and there was an average rise of 1-4 mmHg in supine posture. Groups 2 and 3 comprised 151(More)
  • M R Jain
  • The British journal of ophthalmology
  • 1988
Clinical studies were conducted on 466 patients waiting for senile cataract surgery and receiving chloromycetin, gentamicin, or carbenicillin subconjunctivally and through New Sauflon 70 and New Sauflon 85 lenses. The aqueous drug levels were biologically estimated at various time intervals. Soft contact lenses provided significantly higher drug penetration(More)
The applanation pneumatonograph combines pneumatic and electronic systems. It is used for measuring intraocular pressure, aqueous humour dynamics, and ocular pulsation. In the present study the PTG and the Goldmann tonometer have been used to measure the intraocular pressure in 40 normal and 40 glaucomatous eyes. It has been found that the results of the(More)
Introduction: Evaluation of tests used in diagnosis of neonatal sepsis is important. Infection can present very serious threat to the baby. In such cases, it will be urgent need to know whether the baby has sepsis so as to institute treatment as quickly as possible. C-reactive protein (CRP) is a very good inflammatory marker. CRP is helpful in early(More)
The intraocular penetration of three current bactericidal broad-spectrum antibiotics, namely, gentamicin sulphate, sisomicin sulphate (Ensamycin) and cephaloridine, following subconjunctival injection was studied in 95 patients undergoing elective cataract surgery. Rapid and high penetration of all three drugs was evidenced by the fact that the first(More)