Suchitra Balasaheb Parkhad

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BACKGROUND The global annual incidence of Tuberculosis (TB) is 9 million cases of which estimated 2.3 million cases occur in India. In many parts of India, the private sector has remained alienated from Directly Observed Treatment Short course (DOTS) implementation; hence, case detection has remained low. The performance of Taluka Rahata in terms of TB(More)
The current study was conducted to determine how physical activity level and physical fitness affects the blood pressure profile of Maharashtrian adolescents to help in developing preventive strategies for the local population, as ethnic differences exist in the aetiopathogenesis of hypertension. A cross-sectional study was conducted on 485 Marathi Indian(More)
the cells of our body and are also necessary for their growth and maturation. Both hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism cause signs and symptoms of neuromuscular dysfunction. Thyroid hormone exert multiple effects on the neuromuscular system and the brain, with the most important being their role in stimulating the development and differentiation of the(More)
Background: Neuropathy is one of the common complications of diabetes, in which the patient’s quality of life is compromised. Nerve conduction studies (NCS) are not commonly employed to detect the neuropathy. Aims & Objective: To find out the utility of Nerve conduction studies (NCS) as early indicator of neuropathy in diabetic patients. Materials and(More)
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