Pradeep R. Jadhav

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CONTEXT Despite the availability of efficacious anti-diabetic drugs, which act by different mechanisms to reduce the blood-glucose, the majority of people with diabetes on anti-diabetic drug therapy, have poor glycemic control and diabetic vascular complications. AIM AND OBJECTIVES The aim was to study the prescribing pattern and efficacy of anti-diabetic(More)
In view of the advancement in drug development and availability of new ocular therapeutics in the discipline of ophthalmology, we attempted to study the drug utilization and describe the prescribing practices of ophthalmologists in a tertiary care teaching hospital. Method. A prospective, cross-sectional, observational study was conducted on patients(More)
OBJECTIVES To study the prevalence of parent-rated attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and associated parent-related factors in primary school children of Navi Mumbai. METHODS One hundred twenty two children including both boys and girls aged between 6 y and 11 y were selected from a school at Navi Mumbai and their parents were given the National(More)
CONTEXT Depression affects about 20% of women during their lifetime, with pregnancy being a period of high vulnerability. Prevalence of depression during pregnancy ranges from 4% to 20%. Several risk factors predispose to depression during pregnancy including obstetric factors. Depression during pregnancy is not only the strongest risk factor for post-natal(More)
BACKGROUND With the increase in infertility burden, more and more couples are opting for in vitro fertilization (IVF). Despite the availability of various treatment options, the major concern that needs to be addressed is the reasons why such couples, initially motivated so strongly, drop out in fairly high numbers from IVF cycles. With this point of view(More)
Aim: The aim of this study is to study the cytomorphologic features of benign breast lesions and correlate with clinical and histological findings. To find diagnostic accuracy of fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) in benign lesions of breast. Methods: Consecutive 100 patients of benign breast lesions which included 94 females and 6 males were subjected(More)
INTRODUCTION Mobile phones have become an essential part of modern human life. They have many attributes which makes them very attractive to both young and old. There has been an increasing trend of use of mobile phones among students. Data has now started emerging with respect to the negative physical and psychological consequences of excessive use of(More)
BACKGROUND Hand hygiene is of paramount importance for the prevention of healthcare associated infections and the spread of antimicrobial resistance. There is a need to explore the concept of hand hygiene among the cross-disciplinary undergraduate healthcare students. AIM To evaluate and compare the knowledge of hand hygiene among medical, dental, and(More)
INTRODUCTION Bullying is a form of behaviour that can negatively impact a person. It can lead to several deleterious consequences like low self-confidence, drop in academic performance and depression. Studies have shown that bullying behaviour exists amongst medical students also. In the medical field, it is known to negatively impact dispensing of health(More)
Objectives: The purpose of the present study was to analyse the relative frequency and distribution of different salivary gland lesions,to evaluate the diagnostic accuracy and efficacy of FNAC in diagnosing these lesions and to correlate the FNAC finding with histopathological diagnosis wherever possible. Method : During the five year period of study(More)