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   2002| January-March  | Volume 46 | Issue 1  
    Online since September 29, 2010

 
 
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AIDS awareness among undergraduate students, Maharashtra.
SK Ganguli, P Pege Rekha, N Gupte, UA Charan
January-March 2002, 46(1):8-12
PMID:12652994
Total 313 undergraduate students (132 males and 181 females) of the colleges of Nashik and Talegaon of Maharashtra were surveyed regard awareness about AIDS. Most of the students knew about AIDs and tests available. They were aware that people indulging sexually promiscuous relations are at risk of AIDS. But the fact that it is transmitted by infected blood and from infected mother to child was not widely known, particularly among Arts students. Some misconceptions regarding modes of transmission were observed among few students, like social kissing, sharing utensils/personal items, using common swimming pools and insect bite spread infection. Attitude towards HIV infected/AIDS patients were not sympathetic. Overall knowledge of Science students were better compared to commerce and Arts students. Confusion about mode of transmission and prevention of the disease exist. Scope of health education for these students was well felt.
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A study on child care practices and school education in rural areas of Vijayanagaram district, A.P.
M Kolli, TS Sai
January-March 2002, 46(1):13-21
PMID:12652995
In Vijayanagaram District Survey a sample of 4800 rural population in 1070 households were contacted to study various child health indicators. 425 under five children and 971 children in 5-14 age groups were studied to estimate various child health key indicators.
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Comparison of hemoglobin values obtained by HaemoCue and Sahli's methods.
U Kapil, M Tandon, P Pathak, SN Dwivedi
January-March 2002, 46(1):28-30
PMID:12652997
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Women empowerment.
VM Gupta, P Sen
January-March 2002, 46(1):22-7
PMID:12652996
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Drug inventory management in Medical College Hospital, Kolkata.
M Mundle, R Biswas, S Sinha, U Bhadra
January-March 2002, 46(1):31-3
PMID:12652998
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Prevention of maternal mortality : why success eludes us?
R Kumar
January-March 2002, 46(1):3-7
PMID:12652993
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