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   1995| January-March  | Volume 39 | Issue 1  
    Online since September 29, 2010

 
 
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Changes in age incidence of kala-azar in India.
D Basu, KK Mallik
January-March 1995, 39(1):26-26
PMID:8690477
The mean age of 80 kala-azar cases was 20. 26 +/- 10.68 years, much higher than previously reported. This higher age incidence is probably related to fall of herd immunity particularly in the young adults resulting from less chance of natural infection during their childhood at such times when kala-azar in India had been largely controlled.
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Knowledge & practices of urban and rural high school children regarding minor injuries.
AJ Singh, A Kaur
January-March 1995, 39(1):23-5
PMID:8690476
High school students of urban (112) and rural area (110) were surveyed in 1990-91 to assess their knowledge and practices for regarding management of minor injuries. A variety of lacal application for wound were described. Burnol, Vaseline, talcum powered GV paint, mercurochrome were told only by urban students while irritating on wound was told only by rural students. Washing of wound with water, use of termeric, ointment, dettol, leaves spirit, sucking were told more by urban students while more of rural students told about use of mustard oil & mobile oil. Need of tetanus toxoid and immediate washing of would was told more by urban students. Need of relevant health education is emphasized.
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The role of secondary sex ratios in the declining sex ratio of India.
RK Sachar, RK Soni
January-March 1995, 39(1):12-5
PMID:8690473
The sex ratio in India has been gradually declining since the beginning of this century during the intercensus period of 1981-91, this ratio declined from 933 to 929. In the past the difference in sex ratios was wholly attributed to higher mortality amongst the females. However date for the years 1990-92 on secondary sex ratios i.e. sex ratio at birth presented in this paper suggest that the difference in sex ratio can also be attributed to a statistically significant higher number of males being born most probably as a result of selective abortion of female fetuses.
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Role of distance learning in health manpower training.
PK Dutta
January-March 1995, 39(1):16-9
PMID:8690474
In order to meet the challenges of training of the health workers at various levels, there is a definite requirement of the involvement of various disciplines. Distance education can meet the need for training of the medical and para-medical personnel by utilising a variety of educational technology. Distance education has tremendous potential in training of the medical and para-medical workers in the health sector.
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Prevalence of VDRL sero-positivity in women in reproductive age group in an urban slum community in Bombay.
DD Pandit, SA Angadi, MK Chavan, NP Pai
January-March 1995, 39(1):4-7
PMID:8690479
A cross sectional survey was carried in an Urban Slum Community in Bombay having a population of 60,000. A total of 393 women in reproductive age group were screened for VDRL reactivity. The highest prevalence was in 15 to 29 years of age group. The sero-positivity rate at 1:8 dilution and above was 0.50%. The seropositivity rate can be further brought down by properly planned and implemented STD (Sexually Transmitted Diseases) Control activities at a community level.
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Rapid Dot enzyme immuno assay for the quantitation of rabies antibodies.
R Jayakumar, A Chandramohan, R Govindrajan, VD Padmanaban
January-March 1995, 39(1):8-11
PMID:8690480
A rapid dot enzyme immuno assay (Dot ELISA) for rabies antibody estimation has been standardized in which nitrocellulose sheet has been used as a solid support absorbing a commercial tissue culture rabies vaccine as antigen. The test was compared with a standard plate ELISA test. The results were comparable and the student "t' test for proportion revealed that plate ELISA test is significantly better (P 0.05) when compared to Dot ELISA for the number of sera with titre < 0.5 Iu/ml and in the case of > 0.5 IU/ml Dot ELISA is found to be better over plate ELISA test at the same significance level.
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Profile of sterilized women from a rural area of Haryana : a hospital based study.
A Kumar
January-March 1995, 39(1):20-2
PMID:8690475
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National health policy--a need for review.
RD Bansal, M Mehra
January-March 1995, 39(1):1-3
PMID:8690472
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AIDS phobia--a case report.
KS Latha
January-March 1995, 39(1):27-8
PMID:8690478
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