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Knowledge, attitude and practices about neonatal hypothermia among medical and paramedical staff
The present study was undertaken to evaluate the knowledge, attitude and practices about neonatal hypothermia among medical and paramedical staff dealing with newborn care. A total of 160 subjectsExpand
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Knowledge regarding antenatal care services, its utilization, and delivery practices in mothers (aged 15-49 years) in a rural area of North India
Background: Antenatal care (ANC) is an effective tool to reduce both infant and maternal mortality rates. In spite of all efforts to reach and register every antenatal mother, the results are not upExpand
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Utility of MDRF-IDRS (Madras Diabetes Research Foundation-Indian Diabetes Risk Score) as a tool to assess risk for diabetes—a study from north-west India
India with a high number of diabetic patients needs a simple, cost-effective, and efficient tool to screen and diagnose the huge pool of undiagnosed diabetics in the country. The purpose of thisExpand
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Impact of menstrual awareness and knowledge among adolescents in a rural area
Background: Socio-cultural factors have a bearing on women's attitude towards menstruation. Health care providers should be aware of how women react to menstruation while providing health care. AimsExpand
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Gender Based Knowledge, Attitude and Practices About Swine Flu in a Rural Indian Population
During recent Influenza A H1N1(swine flu) outbreak the current study was undertaken to assess knowledge, attitude and practices (KAP) of rural population of Jammu region regarding swine flu. 270Expand
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Water governance in Gujarat state, India
This paper examines the groundwater and surface water situation in Gujarat State, India. Constant depletion of groundwater and rapid quality deterioration call for legislation to preventExpand
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Presence of Epstein-Barr virus in Hodgkin's disease is not exclusive to Reed-Sternberg cells.
Thirty-three cases of Hodgkin's disease (HD) have been studied for the presence of Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) using a novel nonisotopic in situ hybridization procedure, based on the detection ofExpand
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Solid waste management and sustainable cities in India: the case of Chandigarh
Urban India generates about 42 million tonnes of municipal solid waste per annum. By 2050, 50 per cent of the country’s population is projected to be urban, and the amount of waste will increaseExpand
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A household survey to assess community knowledge, attitude and practices on malaria in a rural population of Northern India
Introduction: An extensive search on PubMed reveals very little in terms of evidence regarding the current knowledge, attitude, and practices (KAP) of the population in general and rural population,Expand
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