Suresh Mani

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Purpose The purpose of this review is to systematically explore and summarise the validity and reliability of telerehabilitation (TR)-based physiotherapy assessment for musculoskeletal disorders. Method A comprehensive systematic literature review was conducted using a number of electronic databases: PubMed, EMBASE, PsycINFO, Cochrane Library and CINAHL,(More)
PITCHAIMANI GOVINDHARAJ*, JOYDEEPA DARLONG**, ANNAMMA S JOHN*** & SURESH MANI**** *Research Scholar, Department of Sociology, Bharathidasan University, Tamilnadu, India **Deputy Superintendent, The Leprosy Mission Hospital, P.O Box-09, P.S & D.t-Purulia, West Bengal, Pin: 723 101, India ***Head – Research & Training, The Leprosy Mission Trust India, New(More)
In the existing scenario, short range wireless sensor network is being considered the best choice because of its low power consumption and thus the possibility of working on batteries. This is true for End Devices (sensors), but for networking the sensors/nodes, routers are needed which will be continuously powered and thus are not low power consuming(More)
Background: Thalidomide is well known as a steroid sparing drug in Erythema Nodosum leprosum (ENL) reaction in leprosy. There is no guideline as to when it should be offered to patients. Documentation of ENL presentation with its morbidity before and after with patient profile can be a baseline to develop a selection criteria as to when thalidomide should(More)
Nerve Function Impairment has been a prime hallmark of Type 1 Reaction in leprosy, which often leads to deformities and disability if not treated effectively. Steroid has been a drug of choice to treat severe reactions and nerve damage since the mid-20th century. The recommended therapy regimen starts with 40mg per day for 2 weeks, followed by subsequent(More)
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