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Pattern of tobacco use among school children in National Capital Territory (NCT)
- V. Singh, H. Pal, M. Mehta, S. Dwivedi, U. Kapil
- Indian journal of pediatrics
- 11 December 2007
ObjectiveTo study the prevalence, consumption patterns and correlates of tobacco use among adolescent SZI children in Government schools in the National Capital territory of Delhi.MethodsThirty… Expand
Consumption of tobacco, alcohol and betel leaf amongst school children in delhi
Immunomodulators: a review of studies on Indian medicinal plants and synthetic peptides. Part - I: Medicinal plants
In this review we have attempted to highlight the work on immunomodulators carried out in Indian laboratories including both plant extracts and synthetic peptides. The results for plant extracts are… Expand
Tobacco consumption and awareness of their health hazards amongst lower income group school children in National Capital Territory of Delhi.
Consumption of tobacco is a complex and multidimensional problem faced by the country. It is the main culprit behind oral cancer. The present study was undertaken to assess the prevalence of… Expand
Cross-sectional study of macular thickness variations in unilateral amblyopia
Aim: The aim of this study is to compare the mean macular thickness between normal and amblyopic eyes in unilateral strabismic and anisometropic amblyopia. Materials and Methods: A spectral… Expand
Prevention of Postoperative Intraperitoneal adhesions-an experimental study in rats.
ABSTRACT: Adhesion formation is considered to be an inevitable result of surgical trauma to peritoneal surfaces of intraperitoneal organs. Liquid paraffin is thought to prevent adhesions by forming a… Expand
A comparative study of metformin and glyburide in gestational diabetes mellitus
Background: Incidence of gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is increasing worldwide. GDM provides a window of opportunity for the primary prevention of the type 2 diabetes by preventing… Expand
Knowledge attitude and practice (KAP) of emergency contraceptive pills among women of reproductive age group attending AIIMS OPD Raipur (C.G.)
Background: India’s population as per 2011 census was 1.028 billion. Even though a wide variety of contraceptive choices are available in India, contraceptive prevalence in the country is only 56% as… Expand
Ocular trauma in Indian pediatric population
Background: Trauma to the eye and ensuing visual disability is an important cause of preventable mono-ocular blindness in the pediatric age group in India. Policy decisions are helpful in preventing… Expand