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Abstract: India is one of the largest demographic countries in the world with the second largest population. Violence against women has increased dramatically worldwide in recent decades. The problem violence against women is not new it has probably part of women life .The number of violent crimes in India especially those against women including rape that are reported in official statistics are increasing with each passing year .Women are continue to suffer due to deeply rooted social prejudices that make them vulnerable to violence and discrimination in society. Physical and verbal assault is not only difficult to deal with at the time but can have a long and lasting negative impact on our wellbeing and mental health. Physical assault: Physical....
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. P S SSundarRao, J. Richard, Introduction to Biostatistic& research methods (edition-4th) p.g. No. B.M. Dala-Ali, M. A. Lloyd, and Y. Al-Abed, "The uses of the iPhone for surgeons, "Surgeon, vol. 9. no. 1. pp.44-48, 2011. View at Publisher Site Google Scholar
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Abstract: Background: Diabetes mellitus has increased the risk of peripheral vascular diseases by causing endothelial and smooth muscle cell dysfunction in peripheral arteries. Exercise is the fundamental principle for preventing the peripheral vascular diseases (PVD) among diabetic patients one of these exercises is Buerger Allen exercise.Aim:the study aims to evaluate the impact of Buerger Allen exercise on improving clinical features of peripheral vascular disease among diabetic patients. Design: Quasi-experimental research design. Sample:Purposeful samples include estimated numbers n. = 100 diabetic patients were selected. Setting: The present study was conducted at the diabetic out-patient clinic, at Minia university hospital. Tools:Data were collected using two tools; the first tool included structured interviewed data related to demographic characteristics andmedical......
Key words: Beurger Allen exercise, Peripheral vascular disease,Diabetes mellitus
. Ahmad, J. (2016). The diabetic foot. Diabetes & Metabolic Syndrome: Clinical Research & Reviews, 10(1), 48-60.
. Ammendola, M., Sacco, R., Butrico, L., Sammarco, G., de Franciscis, S., & Serra, R. (2017). The care of transmetatarsal amputation in diabetic foot gangrene. International wound journal, 14(1), 9-15.
. Baby, B (2015): A Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Buerger Allen Exercise on Lower Extremity Perfusion among Diabetes Mellitus patients admitted in Selected Hospital at Coimbatore (Doctoral dissertation, Ellen College of Nursing, Coimbatore). P58-65
. Berger, J. S., & Ladapo, J. A. (2017). Underuse of prevention and lifestyle counseling in patients with peripheral artery disease. Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 69(18), 2293-2300.
. Bethel, K. R. (2015). In patients with Type 2 diabetes, what impact does the American Diabetes Association foot care guidelines have in preventing lower extremity complications?.
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Abstract: Men's experience of perpetration of violence of intimate partners against female partners is a social and public health issue globally. The impact of IPV and the effects it has on victims are enormous. The factors that cause perpetrators to engage in IPV is an important aspect that needs attention. Men who perpetrate violence also go through violence which is normally neglected by researchers and also the fact that the disclosure of HIV infected female partners to their male partners serve as factors that create risk for perpetration of IPV also needs to be reviewed to find out if enough research work has been done in this area. The review was conducted on this phenomenon of perpetration of IPV against HIV infected female partners following seropositive status disclosure by the women. The review was conducted as part of a study that sought to explore and explain the experiences of intimae partner violence against HIV positive partners by men in Ghana..
Key words: Gender based violence, intimate partner violence, HIV positive, perpetration
. Adinkrah, M. (2012). Better dead than dishonored: masculinity and male suicidal behavior in contemporary Ghana. Soc Sci Med, 74(4), 474-481. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2010.10.011
. Adinkrah, M. (2014). Intimate Partner Femicide–Suicides in Ghana. Violence Against Women, 20(9), 1078-1096. doi:10.1177/1077801214549637
. Afifi, T. O., Henriksen, C. A., Asmundson, G. J., & Sareen, J. (2012). Victimization and perpetration of intimate partner violence and substance use disorders in a nationally representative sample. J Nerv Ment Dis, 200(8), 684-691. doi:10.1097/NMD.0b013e3182613f64
. Amoakohene, M. I. (2004). Violence against women in Ghana: a look at women's perceptions and review of policy and social responses. Social Science & Medicine, 59(11), 2373-2385.
. Baffoe-Whyte, H., & Sossou, M.-A. (2019). Intimate Partner Violence: The Lived Experiences of Economic and Financial Violence of Rural Women in Ghana. Partner Abuse, 10(4), 429-451.
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Abstract: Reproductive health care and hygiene practices is a challenge for adolescent girls as it is closely
associated with their education, health and economic potential. Lack of guidance, poor quality and inadequate
supply of sanitary napkin and water, disposal facilities and privacy for charging in many schools and college leave girls with limited option for safe and proper personal hygiene which potentially increases prevalence of
urogenital symptoms and infections in them .Keeping there facts in mind the present research is designed to study "Reproductive Health Care and Hygiene Practices (RHCHP) of Adolescent girls in Haldia town of West
Bengal". One hundred twenty adolescent girls were selected by random sampling method for the present study. The data was collected by questionnaire cum interview schedule method. The results of the study revealed that
majority of the respondents belonged to 16-19 years of age group .39% girls were from low income family and all most 98.66% of the girls were.......
Key words: Reproductive health, Hygiene, Adolescent girls, Morbidities
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related problems. Indian J PrevSoc Med, 38(1, 2): 36-41.
. Balasubramanian P 2000. Health needs of poor unmarried adolescent girls. A community based study in rural Tamil Nadu. A draft
paper from Rural Women's Social Education Centre, Tamilnadu. From <htpp://www.ruwsec.org/ research. php> (Retrieved on 7th
. Chan SC, Ylu KW, Yuen PM, Sahota DS, Chung T KH 2009.Menstrual problems and health care seeking behaviour in Hong Kong
Chinese girls. Hong Kong Med J, 15(1): 18-23.
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|Title||:||Knowledge and Practice of Breast Self Examination among Female Adolescents in Osogbo, Nigeria|
|Authors||:||Monisola Yetunde Jane Omishakin|
Abstract: Background: Breast self examination (BSE) is a simple, inexpensive, non-invasive and non hazardous means of detecting breast cancer at early stage. BSE is also reported to be less effected than mammography or examination by a trained physician. However, it is a reliable approach particularly in developing countries that cannot afford sophisticated screening services for the entire population at risk. Breast cancer has become the most leading cause of cancer death among women. This can be prevented by early diagnosis of breast lump. Breast cancer is a cancer that is preventable and yet has a high morbidity and mortality rate but breast cancer need to be prevented by the practice of BSE which is a major preventive measures and appropriate treatment of precancerous lesion. This study therefore aimed to assess the knowledge and determine the level of practice of BSE toward prevention of breast cancer among female adolescence of two selected secondary school Osogbo. Materials and methods: This descriptive.....
Key words: Knowledge, Practice, Breast self-examination, Breast cancer, Prevention, Adolescents, Female
. Koster, J.P & Gostszche, P.C, (2011): Regular self examination for early detection of breast cancer. USA: Longman Publisher.
. Shrivastava S.R.(2013): Breast examination: a tool for early diagnosis of breast cancer. American Journal of Public health research;1(6):135-139.
. Burke K.M, Mohn-Brown E, and Eby L, (2011): Medical surgical Nursing ,3rd ed., Pearson education Inc. New Jersey.
. International Agency for Research on Cancer. Globacon 2012: estimated incidence, mortality and prevalence worldwide in 2012. Available from: http://globocan.iarc.fr/Pages/factsheetscancer.aspx.
. Balogun M,(2016): Breast cancer awareness and preventive practice: a challenge for female urban slum dwellers in Lagos, Nigeria. African Journal of Reproductive Health; 16:75-82.
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hydatid disease or echinococcal disease, is a parasitic disease that affects both humans and other mammals, such as sheep, dogs, rodents and horses. There are three different forms of echinococcosis found in humans, each of which is caused by the larval stages of different species of the tapeworm of genus Echinococcus.
Patients And Methods: This study was done in the AL-Hussene teaching hospital (AL-Nassyria )during3 years (between 1st January 2004 to december2006) and fallow up for 5 years.. about 120 patients 70 female and 50 mal ages range between 12year to 56years presented with hydatid cyst in the liver only we deal with a cases......
. Berger SA, Marr JS. Human Parasitic Diseases Sourcebook. Jones and Bartlett Publishers: Sudbury, Massachusetts, 2006.
. a b Tappe, Dennis, August Stich, and Matthias Frosch. "Emergence of Polycystic Neotropical Echinococcosis." Emerging Infectious Disease 14.2 (2008): 292-97. Web. 21 Febru. Echinococcosis. 2006. Web. 5 February 2010. <http://www.stanford.edu/group/parasites/ParaSites2006/Echinococcus/index.html>.
. Budke, Christine M., Peter Deplazes, and Paul R. Torgerson. ―Global Socioeconomic Impact of Cystic Echinococcosis.‖ Emerging Infectious Disease (2006). Web. 15 February 2010.
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. Sréter, Tamás, ZoltánSzéll, ZsuzsaEgyed, and IstvánVarga. ―Echinococcusmultilocularis: an Emerging Pathogen in Hungary and Central Eastern Europe.‖ Emerging Infectious Disease (2003). Web. 20 February 2010.
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Abstract: Résumé Contexte:La République Démocratique du Congo(RDC) revitaliselesdistricts sanitaires(DS) pour renforcer son système de santé. Chaque DS dispose d‟une structure de gestion et de leadership appelée équipe-cadre (EC), responsable du pilotage de son développement en système local de santé intégré et offrant des soins de qualité à la population. Les soins étant mal organisés surtout en milieu urbain, cette étude apour objectif d‟évaluer les capacités et les performances des EC des DS dans la ville de Lubumbashi, en RDC.Plus spécifiquement, elle a évalué les capacitésselon les quatre dimensions de l‟OMS de 2007(nombre des membres, compétences, systèmes de gestion et cadre de travail) et les performances selon les quatre dimensions du modèle EGIPSS de Champagne et al. de 2004(production des services, maintien des valeurs, adaptation à l‟environnement et atteinte des buts) des EC.....
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