November 2015

  1. Amala, Smart Enoch and Nwibani, Chidiebere Priscilla
    The prevalence of malaria among children and its association with ABO blood group and haemoglobin genotype among children attending Agbonchia Health Centre, Eleme was investigated. Blood samples were obtained from 250 children were examined for malaria parasitemia by Giemsa staining thin and thick blood film, and examining under the microscope....
  2. Prasanthi Kumari, R. and Vishnuvardhan, Z.
    Studies on post anthesis salt stress are very important in order to know the growth, enzyme biomarkers against salt stress. A pot culture experiment was conducted to know the responses of different Kodomillet varieties under salt stress. Kodomillet genotypes IPS 145, IPS 351, IPS 583, IPS 610, IC 426676 and IC 382888 were subjected to 0, 200, 400...
  3. Shweta Rewatkar, Anand Masurkar, RiyaShah, Karishma Pathan and Pro. Vengurlekar, P. N.
    Web mining – the application of data mining techniques is used to extract knowledge from web documents. Web has become the root for emerging online business or shopping websites. Increasing number of ecommerce websites has put users in turmoil to search for shopping sites to buy a specific product in interest with best price and quality. The paper...
  4. Kwong Fai Andrew Lo and Stella Sik Sing Wong
    Even in humid tropical Malaysia where rainfall is abundant, water fluctuations due to a lack of rainfall do happened as in the 1998 and 2014 drought which brought unpleasant water supply disruptions in many parts of the country. Following this water crisis, the Government has expressed interest in designing houses to collect rainwater and produced...
  5. Mrema May and Tinofa Fortune
    This research project was undertaken to examine the economic effect of fires to commercial exotic forestry in Zimbabwe. Charter Estate of Border Timbers Limited (BTL) was used as a case study, and the area of its plantations damaged by fire between 2008 and 2009 were established together with the cost implications of each of these threats....
  6. Sophie L., Acharya, S. K. and Bhibuti Biswas
    Sustainable rural livelihood has been defined as a livelihood that comprises of the capabilities , assets (stores, resources, claims and access) and activities required for a means of living: A livelihood is sustainable than can cope with and recover from stress and shocks , maintain or enhance its capabilities and assets , and provide...
  7. John Kaviarasu, S., Wilfred Angello Gerald, J. and Louis Victor
    Ensuring high levels of occupational health and safety remains a significant issue. The concept of safety climate has come to every organization due to frequent accident occurred within a cultural and social context. It is the duty of the organization to ensure that every individual has to learn organizational safety values and finally make sure...
  8. Meyyappan, S. and Alamelumangai, V.
    The paper endeavours to unveil a design strategy to retain the true nature of the output in the event of occurrence of faults at the interconnect level of cascaded digital circuits. The operational pattern of the combinational circuit facilitates the creation of a self healing attribute and ensures the reliability of the digital architecture. The...
  9. Nihar Ranjan, Abhishek Gupta, Ishwari Dhumale, Payal Gogawale and Rugved Gramopadhye
    Text Mining is termed as extraction of relevant yet hidden information from the text document. One of the essential concepts in the field of text mining is Text classification (Also called Text Categorization). Through the sudden growth in digital world and available documents, the task of organizing text data becomes one of the principal problems...
  10. Ramon Marquès Sala
    The mechanism by which gravity is produced is explained by the braking effect, understood as uniformly desaccelerated motion. Additionally, the effects of gravity, mass and inertia are explained. The dark matter is considered as a braking´ increase or, that is the same, the gravity´ increase.
  11. Dr. Onwuka Ebele Mary, Uzor Ernest Ifeanyi and Dr. Onwuzuligbo Leonard
    This study investigates information and communication technology (ICT) and the performance of selected Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) in Onitsha Metropolis. It is observed that despite the enormous benefits derived from ICT in the field of business, trade, industry and commerce the adoption level is relatively low in Nigeria when compared to...
  12. Rosana da SilvaFarina, Eliton Henk, Idiberto José Zotarelli Filho and Andreia Borges Scriboni
    Bacterial endocarditis is a serious infection of the heart valves caused mainly by Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcusviridans. The objective of this study was to conduct a literature review of the main guidelines for the AHA and work related to bacterial resistance and the applicability of these standards in clinical cases. It was infective...
  13. Lachit Gogoi and Dr. Horen Goowalla
    A research can lead to new contributions to the existing knowledge. Only through research is it possible to make progress in a field. Research is indeed civilization and determines the economic, social and political development of a nation. The results of scientific research very often force a change in the philosophical view of problems which...
  14. Sanda, A.O., Asikhia, O.U and Magaji, Nanle
    Job enrichment is an excellent means of enhancing employee job satisfaction and prevention of staff turnover or intention to leave an organization. However, little research has been conducted to determine the effectiveness of job enrichment in Nigeria organizational settings. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to establish the effect of job...
  15. Dr. Gour Krishna Saha
    Changing lifestyles and economic growth led to rise in tourism sector. India is the ideal tourist destination due to diverse culture, language, art, music, clothing, festivals, religion, wild life and soon. North-East India is well blessed by Nature and it lays at the centre of one of the world’s richest bio-geographic areas. It is the treasure...
  16. Bahman, A.M.
    The aim of this study is to highlight the importance of investment in irrigated agriculture in expanding land productivity in order to sustain agriculture and ensure food security and alleviate poverty. Irrigated agriculture accounts for a substantial proportion of agricultural investment in most of the developing countries many of them suffer...
  17. Alla Jabow, M.K., Ibrahim, O.H. and Adam, H.S.
    A field experiment was conducted at Hudeiba Research Station Farm, located at Ed-Damer, Sudan during 2011/2012 and 2012/2013 winter seasons to investigate the effect of different irrigation regimes and varieties on common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) yield, yield components and water productivity. The treatments included three irrigation regimes...
  18. Tadele Melaku Challa and Dr. Paul Mansingh, J.
    The study evaluates impacts of microfinance interventions on household income. For quantitative analysis both frequent clients and pipeline client respondents were drawn and cross-sectional survey data were collected from 180 households in Gulele sub city of Addis Ababa city administration. Propensity score matching method was employed to analyze...
  19. Ali A. Shati and Fahmy G. Elsaid
    Cooking oil fumes (COF) are the main cause of indoor air pollution in our houses. The study aimed to investigate the effects of COF on the lung of rats. Animals were subdivided into four groups; control group; oil fumes group, rats were exposed to the COF for 15 min/day for one month; oil fumes+rosemary extract group, rats were exposed to the COF...
  20. Bipin Rai, Jimshad, T. U and Anil T John
    Background: The application of Kinesio Taping along with PNF technique is yet to measure and also in this method sufficient research seems to be lagging. Objective of the study was to find out the effectiveness of shoulder taping along with PNF technique in hemiplegic subjects. Method: Total 50 subjects who met the inclusion criteria were...
  21. Rayon-Rueda Estela and Sánchez-Soto Juan Manuel
    Tha comprehensive study assesses biopsychosocial status of the elderly through nursing visits customized to address in order to implement actions aimed at prevention, education and health promotion with independent and participatory self-promotion. The person in DHR study of 67-year-old native of Michoacan single Current address in the State of...
  22. Saliha Koc
    The importance of using correct health professional at correct place for effective healthcare is known by many healthcare professional. Insufficient nurse staff causes many negative effects, such as extension of patient hospitalization and increase in hospital infections and even death rates. This study aims to classify the patients hospitalized...
  23. Dr. Abbas Sadeghi,
    This study examined Active Teaching and Deep Learning (ATDL) in counselling classes in the University of Guilan, Faculty of Humanities, Iran. Questionnaires were distributed to 150 counselling students across the Faculty of Humanities through a random sampling methodfrom the population. The reliability coefficient of the instrument was calculated...
  24. Priscilla C Ngaihte, Anthony J Santellab, Richard G Wattc, Sunil S Rajd and Vindhya Vatsyayane
    Early diagnosis of HIV/AIDS is one of the most crucial aspects for an infected individual, as well as being a key public health issue. Research indicates that there were an estimated 2,088,638 people living with HIV in India and that most of the estimated HIV-infected individuals in India remain undiagnosed. Since a large proportion of the...
  25. Sadiqa Shafiq, Nilofar Khan, Bashir Ahmad Ganaie
    Coronary artery disease is narrowing or blockage of the arteries and vessels that provide oxygen and nutrition to the heart .It is caused by atherosclerosis, an accumulation of fatty materials on the inner lining of the arteries .The resulting blockage restricts blood flow to the heart .When the blood flow is completely cut off, the result is...
  26. Savita, Nidhi Sagar and Jasbir Kaur
    Background: Menopausal symptoms are experienced by almost every woman during their menopausal transitions. Menopausal symptoms are categorized into physical and psychological menopausal symptoms. It includes, night sweats, hot flushes, unusual tiredness, depression, mood swings, loss of sexual urge, frustration and other behavioural changes are...
  27. Dr. Gurjot Sekhon, Dr. Sartaj Singh Gill, Dr. Manjeet Singh and Dr. Rakesh Gautam
    A 14-year-old boy came to our outpatient department with a 3-months history of swelling and pain on his left ankle. On laboratory evaluation, he only had an elevated erythrocyte sedimentation rate. X-ray showed an extensive lytic lesion of the talus bone. Chest radiograph was normal. The Mantoux skin test was negative. Histological examination of...
  28. Jagraj Singh and Baljinder Kaur
    A child is a tender human being which needs support in all forms for its all-round development. It is very pathetic that many parents unknowingly abuse their child sometimes. They do not differentiate between the methods of disciplining the child and the form of abuse and neglect. The present study aimed to assess the knowledge regarding child...
  29. El Makawy I. Aida, Diab A. Kawther and Ashoush S. Ihab
    Lead is an environmental metal known as reproductive toxicant. Mango wastes are a good source of potential antioxidants. The current study was carried out to examine the modulatory role of mango peel (MPE) and kernel (MKE) extracts against lead productive toxicity in mice. The following endpoints were studied: sperm DNA damage, histopathological...
  30. Dr. Arnab Sinha, Dr. Wasim Ahmad, Dr. Manish Kumar and Dr. Santosh Kumar
    Almost half a million people fell ill with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) in this world,in 2012, yet less than one in 4 of these people was diagnosed, mainly due to a lack of access to quality diagnostic services.The results of treatment of tuberculosis are satisfactory if started early in the disease process.Early diagnosis is thus...
  31. Thakkar, H.K., Deepa Deopa, Misra, S.K. and Gupta, S.C.
    Context: Obesity has escalated to an alarming proportion in the last twenty years. It is currently the most preventable nutritional disease of the 21st century. Aims: 1. To find out the prevalence of obesity according to different anthropometric indicators among college going girls of Agra. 2. To study their correlation matrix. Study design:...
  32. Ali Rasheed Maktoofa and Mudhar A. S. Abu Tabeekh
    This study was conducted to determine the macroscopic and microscopic infection with Sarcocystis species. Two hundred buffalo carcasses in the abattoir of Ashar-Basra city were used. The macroscopic and microscopic examination included trichinoscopy method and squeezing method. The esophagus, heart, diaphragm and skeletal muscles were investigated...
  33. Marrakchi, S., Kammoun, I. and Kachboura, S.
    Context: heart failure is a major cause of morbidity and mortality in Europe and in the United States. The aim of this review article was to assess the mechanism of sudden death in patients with heart failure and Identification of the arrhythmogenic substrate in cardiomyopathy. Evidence Acquisition: Reports published with the following search...
  34. Peter Mutale, Dr. Thankian Kusanthan and Dr. Ravi Paul
    Suicide is perceived to be a major social problem in most countries nowadays. The rate of suicide increased globally throughout the 1990s and much of the 2000s. It has been estimated by researchers that between eight and fourteen people per 100,000 kill themselves each year. With that, researchers encouragingly have witnessed an almost universal...
  35. Ravi Paul, Melody Asukile, Thankian Kusanthan
    Epilepsy is a chronic neurological disorder characterized by recurrent, unprovoked seizures. It is the most common neurological disorder in Sub-Saharan Africa. It has been found that people in developing countries have low levels of access to quality healthcare and appropriate medication. Moreover, these people may seek several kinds of...
  36. Dr. Ravi Paul, Tumbama Ronald and Thankian Kusanthan
    Major depressive disorder (MDD) is a psychiatric disorder characterized by a range of symptoms persisting for at least two weeks. According to the DSM-IV diagnostic criteria, clinical depression requires a minimum of five symptoms among which one should be a; depressed mood most of the day or nearly every day; or markedly diminished interest or...
  37. Ravi Paul, Naluca Mwendaweli and Thankian Kusanthan
    Depression is common in cancer patients, particularly those with advanced disease. It may however occur at any stage that is from diagnosis and throughout treatment. Although the existence of the relationship between depression and cancer has been investigated for a few years now, little has been done to include psycho-therapy in the management of...
  38. Sri SukantaSaha
    The present study is an effort to explore how the localization of small informal industrialclusters is appearing in West Bengal. To analyze why and how economic organization of such localized industrial clusters in small towns is contributingto informalization of previously formalized regional economies, the analysis framed within location...

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