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   1992| July-September  | Volume 36 | Issue 3  
    Online since September 29, 2010

 
 
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Study of leprosy among slum dwellers in Pune. Part II--Disabilities.
SK Krishnan, A Gokarn
July-September 1992, 36(3):87-92
PMID:1303995
While conducting a leprosy survey in an urban slum in Pune 45 cases of leprosy were detected in a population of 4915 and only 7 of these cases had some disability. Disability rate in the leprosy cases was 15.56 percent, and maximum number had Grade 2 disability of hands or feet. Disability was higher in the higher age groups, males, Hindus, widower/widows, unemployed and lower socio-economic classes. Majority of the cases had a very low Disability Index DI (2) between 0.10 to 0.69 which is heartening and proves the successful implementation of the National Leprosy Eradication Programme.
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Study of leprosy among slum dwellers in Pune. Part-I. Prevalence.
BK Krishnan, A Gokarn
July-September 1992, 36(3):78-86
PMID:1303994
While conducting a point prevalence total population survey in Ghorpuri slum in Pune, the overall prevalence or leprosy was 9.16 per thousand. The prevalence rate varied in different bastis with Madari basti having a very high prevalence rate of 17.31 per thousand and showing clustering. Prevalence was highest in age group 31-40 years, females, Muslims, Widower/widow, skilled workers, illiterates and primary school educated and the lower socio-economic groups. Joint families had the highest prevalence of leprosy (20.83/1,000) and also higher prevalence was seen in families with more than 7 members.
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Disaster epidemiology and health management.
AK Chakraborty
July-September 1992, 36(3):94-100
PMID:1303997
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Social aspects of recurrent abdominal pain (RAP) in children.
AK Sarkar, S George
July-September 1992, 36(3):93-93
PMID:1303996
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Distribution and trends of HIV infection in blood donors of four metropolitan cities.
RN Makro, P Salil, B Bhushan, S Lal
July-September 1992, 36(3):101-4
PMID:1303989
Screening for HIV infection has been made mandatory for every unit of blood collected for transfusion in major cities of the country, having facilities for such screening. Results of HIV screening among blood donors received from the 4 Metropolitan cities of Delhi, Bombay, Calcutta and Madras have been analysed year wise from 1989 to 1991 to determine the magnitude and trends of HIV infection in different categories of blood donors and the seropositivity rates seems to be increasing over time. Universal coverage of HIV screening for donated blood has not been fully achieved and the justification and urgency for achieving complete coverage is highlighted.
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A socio economic survey of self styled leprosy colony at Aska.
KV Krishnamoorthy, V Santaram, JL Pramanik
July-September 1992, 36(3):61-2
PMID:1303990
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Awareness about sore-throat, rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease in a rural community.
RK Arya
July-September 1992, 36(3):63-7
PMID:1303991
This I.C.M.R. study was conducted in 74 villages of Chiraigaon block, Varanasi, U.P., during the period March 1983 and December 1986. Before and after health education awareness survey about sore throat, rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease was carried out by interviewing 315 persons by stratified random sampling. The study shows that there is significant increase in the knowledge about most of the symptoms, causes, consequences and preventive measures of sore throat, rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease. This paper highlights the importance of health education as a vital component of rheumatic heart disease control programme.
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Family welfare programme in India--the child survival context.
S Porwar, A Chaurasia, BM Agrawal
July-September 1992, 36(3):68-72
PMID:1303992
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Salmonella in foods of animal origin : enterotoxigenicity and antibiogram.
H Rahman, VD Sharma, VB Singh
July-September 1992, 36(3):73-7
PMID:1303993
A total of 82 strains of Salmonella belonging to 17 different serotypes recovered from foods of animal origin were in this study. Out of 39 cell free culture supernatants (CFCS), tested for enterotoxigenicity, 26 (66.67%) were positive in rabbit ileal loops. None were found positive for enterotoxigenicity in infant mouse model. According to the disc diffusion methods of testing, gentamycin, nalidixic acid and chloramphenicol were found to be most effective against Salmonella organism. Erythromycin and oxytetracycline were least effective.
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