INDIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH
About: INDIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH is an academic journal. The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): Medicine & Surgery. Over the lifetime, 1115 publications have been published receiving 10 citations.
TL;DR: A broad review of rainwater collecting systems and groundwater, as well as their possible uses in everyday life is given in this article , where the basic goal of this study is to give a broad review.
Abstract: Water management is critical to any economy's growth and development, particularly in growing economies like India. However, due to excessive groundwater exploitation in the process of socioeconomic development and to meet the increased needs of the growing population, the resource is currently under stress. As a result, we should make use of this valuable resource while also conserving it. The basic goal of this study is to give a broad review of rainwater collecting systems and groundwater, as well as their possible uses in everyday life. Many countries have implemented rainwater harvesting as a long-term strategy to complement public water supplies. Many water-related issues have been overcome thanks to the RWH system. Another source of water that can be counted on is groundwater.
TL;DR: The collected evidence for preserving the therapeutic abilities of P.graveolens is investigated to include hypoglycemic, anti-inammatory and anti-reprotoxic activities as well as fairly low toxicity levels.
Abstract: This review article is a draw upon published research articles for evaluation of the therapeutic abilities of Pelargonium graveolens.This article comprise and investigate the collected evidence for preserving the therapeutic abilities of P.graveolens. Various articles were reviewed and many different medicinal applications of the Pelargonium genus were discovered. Many others types of species of geranium were found in different geographical regions.But,the main focus in the reviewed articles, however, was on the species Pelargonium graveolens (P. graveolens). P. graveolens shown many positive benets. Pelargonium graveolens (Geranium) is a source of nest quality of fragrance and its essential oils (EOs) are used as antibacterial and antifungal agent. The major benets that were reviewed were the plant's antibacterial, antioxidant and anti-fungal activities. Other noteworthy benets that were reviewed include hypoglycemic ,anti-inammatory and anti-reprotoxic activities as well as fairly low toxicity levels.
TL;DR: Universal screening of all pregnant women at booking visit may be recommended to initiate treatment with metronidazole / clindamycin in those women at risk for preterm delivery, symptomatic women and before surgical abortions.
Abstract: AIM Ÿ To screen and diagnose bacterial vaginosis during rst two trimesters of pregnancy. Ÿ To give early treatment for bacterial vaginosis during rst two trimesters of pregnancy and prevent obstetric complications. METHODS – Pregnant women tting in the inclusion criteria are recruited and explained about the procedure. Informed consent and ethics committee clearance is obtained. Vaginal smear is sent for microscopy. Vaginal pH is detected. Amine (shy) odour in wet mount examination is identied. AMSELS score and NUGENTS criterion are applied. Positive specimens are sent for antibiotic culture and sensitivity and treatment is initiated accordingly. Afollow up is kept for all patients diagnosed as bacterial vaginosis to see the outcome of their pregnancy. CONCLUSION - Prevalence of Bacterial vaginosis in my study is 29.2%. BV in pregnancy is common among low socioeconomic status, multigravida, and less educated females. It is associated with signicant risk of miscarriages, preterm labour and PROM. Universal screening of all pregnant women at booking visit may be recommended to initiate treatment with metronidazole / clindamycin in those women at risk for preterm delivery, symptomatic women and before surgical abortions.
TL;DR: The clinical spectrum of SARS CoV 2 infection appears to be wide, encompassing asymptomatic infection, mild upper respiratory tract illness, and severe viral pneumonia with respiratory failure and even death, with many patients being hospitalized with pneumonia as mentioned in this paper .
Abstract: The clinical spectrum of SARS CoV 2 infection appears to be wide, encompassing asymptomatic infection, mild upper respiratory tract illness, and severe viral pneumonia with respiratory failure and even death, with many patients being hospitalized with pneumonia This study was a hospital based, cross sectional, observational, non interventional study. This study took place in Medical College and Hospital , Kolkata , study duration was from May 2020 – July 2022 .One-hundred and three patients diagnosed with COVID-19 infection as tested by real-time quantitative PCR (RT-qPCR) test were included. Those presenting with fever and/or respiratory symptoms and chest x-ray ndings suggestive of lung infection were diagnosed as having COVID-19 pneumonia (n = 69). Those identied to be positive for RT-qPCR test but did not have any symptoms were considered asymptomatic (n = 34). The results showed that the mean of the serum level of IL6 ,CRP, ferritin, LDH, and D Dimer was higher signicantly (P ≤ 0.000) in COVID19 patients compared to the healthy control group . The mean of theses parameters is signicantly increased in patients with severe coronavirus infection and reached (28.63 ± 14.67 pg/ml,471.60 ± 202.92 pg/ml and 443.55 ± 99.38 IU/L) for IL 6, ferritin, and Lactate Dehydrogenase(LDH) respectively, while in patients with simple to moderate infection, the levels of IL6, ferritin, CRP, and LDH is reached (9.56 ± 0.66 pg/ml, 232.14 ± 161.29 g/ml, 25.64 ± 22.53 mg/ml, and 335.80 ± 97.63 IU/L) respectively. We also found that total lymphocyte count was decreased signicantly (P = 0.018) in patients infected with SARS CoV2 (mean = 13.66 ± 4.29), in contrast, neutrophils count was increased signicantly (P ≤ 0.000) in patients (90.43 ± 12.40) compared with healthy subjects (51.63 ± 5.66). Though for more detailed research a study with much more larger sample size,and study design like prospective cohort should be taken for better understanding of the altered levels of those parameters over the morbidity and mortality of covid 19 positive patients.
TL;DR: In this article , the authors compared knowledge score regarding cardio pulmonary resuscitation among B.Sc. nursing 1st year student before and after intervention and found that 82.5 % students had inadequate knowledge and 17.5% students had moderate knowledge.
Abstract: Background:Cardio pulmonary resuscitation is an important medical procedure which is performed in an effort to manually preserved intact brain function until further measure are taken to restore normal spontaneous blood circulation and breathing in a person in cardiac arrest.It is a combination of rescue breathing and chest compression .which is delivered to the victim who is to be in cardiac arrest being important members of the health care team medical student are deemed to passes the basic skills and expertise whichare needed to perform CPR. To assess the knowledge score regarding cardio pulmonary resuscitation among B Objectives:1. .Sc. nursing 1st year student before intervention and after intervention. 2.To compare knowledge score regarding cardio pulmonary resuscitation among B.Sc. nursing 1st year student before and after intervention.3. To nd out the association in knowledge score regarding cardio pulmonary resuscitation among B.Sc. nursing 1st year student with their selected socio demographic variables before intervention. Method: In this study the research approach was pre experimental pre-test & pos-test design without control group design was applied. Total 40 samples selected by purposive sampling technique. The intervention Structured Teaching Programme was introduced to the group after the pre test. Knowledge was assessed by self structured questionnaire assessed by questionnaire before and after the intervention. Results:The result revealed that meanpre-test 82.5 % students had inadequate knowledge and 17.5 % students had moderate knowledge. And during post test 85% students had moderate knowledge and 15% students had adequate knowledge. The study concluded that, structured teaching program Conclusion: me about Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitationshould be implemented to improve the knowledge amongthe B.Sc. nursingstudents.