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Birth Preparedness and Complication Readiness among Slum Women in Indore City, India
Three hundred twelve mothers of infants aged 2-4 months in 11 slums of Indore, India, were interviewed to assess birth preparedness and complication readiness (BPACR) among them. The mothers wereExpand
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Social Determinants of Children’s Health in Urban Areas in India
Children of the urban poor in India suffer a much poorer health status than the urban non-poor, influenced to a large extent by social determinants. In this paper, National Family Health Survey-3Expand
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Online tuning of fractional order PI controller using particle swarm optimization
This article deals with the speed control of DC motor using a Fractional Order Proportional Integral (FOPI) controller. In this paper, the Particle Swarm Optimization algorithm (PSO) is implementedExpand
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Final push for elimination of leprosy in India.
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Human touch vs. axillary digital thermometry for detection of neonatal hypothermia at community level.
We examined the diagnostic accuracy of human touch (HT) method in assessing hypothermia against axillary digital thermometry (ADT) by a trained non-medical field investigator (who supervisedExpand
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National Health Policy 2002: new perspectives.
  • S. Agarwal
  • Medicine
  • The National medical journal of India
  • 2002
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Consumption of Iodized Salt Among Slum Households of North-East Delhi, India
Sir, We conducted a household-based cross-sectional study in a purposively selected slum (population: 70 000) of North-East Delhi in August, 2008. The respondents comprised 230 adult females whoExpand
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Evaluation performance study of Firefly algorithm, particle swarm optimization and artificial bee colony algorithm for non-linear mathematical optimization functions
The paper reviews and introduces the state-of-the-art nature-inspired metaheuristic algorithms in optimization, including Firefly algorithm, PSO algorithms and ABC algorithm. By implementing theseExpand
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TB across the globe (2). Tuberculosis in India--the past and prospects for the future.
  • S. Agarwal
  • Medicine
  • Scottish medical journal
  • 1 October 2000
Introduction I ndia has only 2% of the land area of the world but accounts for more than 15% ofthe global population. India's population ofone billion lives in 32 StateslUnion Territories in moreExpand
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Health sector in India--progress, challenges and the way forward.
  • S. Agarwal
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the Indian Medical Association
  • 2005
Health is a priority goal in its own right and a central input into economic development and poverty reduction. Significant achievements have been made in a number of areas which include healthExpand
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