THE STUDY OF AGE OF ERUPTION OF FIRST PERMANENT MOLAR TEETH FROM POPULATION IN & AROUND VIJAYAPUR” KARNATAKA INDIA

Dharmaraya Ingale, K Santosh kumar ABSTRACT Age estimation by the subject that too, of the school going children’s is essentially a clinical method,  in the practice of Clinical Forensic Medicine. “Age determination based on eruption of first permanent molar teeth from population in & around Vijayapur” was preferred as there are no existing literature is…

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EFFECT OF CARICA PAPAYA LEAF EXTRACT ON HYDROXYUREA INDUCED HEMATOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS IN WISTAR ALBINO RATS

Guruprasad NB, Rajesh Dasaraju, Thejaswini M ABSTRACT Background: Thrombocytopenia or anemia are common in patients who are exposed to chemotherapy and irradiation. The aim of the study was to observe the effect of Carica papaya leaf extract on hydroxyurea induced hematological and biochemical parameters in a rat model.  Materials and Methods: Thirty rats were divided…

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LOOKING THROUGH THE LENSE OF NATIONAL PATIENT SAFETY GOALS: AWARENESS ABOUT INFECTION CONTROL PRACTICES AMONG NURSES IN SUPERSPECIALITY HOSPITAL OF DELHI

N.Yadav, Preetham.K, N.Maitra, N.K.Yadav ABSTRACT PSGs are meant to ensure patient is not harmed due to hospitalization. The awareness regarding PSGs is elementary to their implementation, hence the study attempts to gauge the same. A quantitative, non-interventional and prospective study approved by Institutional Research Review Committee was carried out using a pre-tested questionnaire on 25%…

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EEFECTIVENESS OF NORMAL SALINE LOCK IN MAINTAINING THE PATENCY OF I.V. CANNULA

Kaur Navneet, Maheshwari Preksha S., Kaur Shaminder ABSTRACT Introduction: PIV catheters insertion is a common procedure for the administration of medications, fluids and blood products. There are variety of complications associated with the insertion of venous access devices such as thrombophlebitis and extravasations.  AIM: The present study aimed to assess the effectiveness of Normal Saline…

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EFFECT OF MICRONUTRIENTS AND VITAMINS ON HEMOGLOBIN POLYMERISATION IN SICKLE CELL DISEASE

Priti V. Puppalwar, Prashant Adole, Archana Dhok, Priyanka Bhatkulkar ABSTRACT Protection of red cell membranes from free radical-mediated oxidative stress is crucial to the successful management of the sickle cell crisis. Aims and objectives : To demonstrate in practical terms, the antisickling effectiveness of some micronutrients  and vitamins in inhibiting sickle cell hemoglobin polymerization. Material…

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