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Vitamin E supplementation may not be as innocuous as previously believed. A dose relationship between vitamin E and all-cause mortality may exist, beginning at 150 IU per day. Mortality risk was minimally but statistically higher for doses of Vitamin E 1000 IU/d or greater compared with placebo. Further controlled trials using both natural and synthetic… (More)
This 6-month survey conducted in the Gandhigram area, which has fairly satisfactory medical facilities, was made to collect baseline data on morbidity patterns, sociodemographic characteristics, and use of medical facilities to determine the form a health insurance scheme should take. 194 households in 4 separate residential areas with a population of 754… (More)
As the outsourcing industry matures, there is a growing recognition that a more holistic evaluation of outsourcing performance is required. The parameters and the criteria for evaluation would change in a long-term strategic oriented outsourcing partnership. This paper attempts to examine how performance measures used by customers change during a long-term… (More)
Implementation of foetal e–health monitoring system through biotelemetry.