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   1986| January-March  | Volume 11 | Issue 1  
    Online since July 21, 2009

 
 
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A Longitudinal study of Morbidity Among Under - Five Children In A Semi - Urban Area
S Venkatesh, R.D Bansal
January-March 1986, 11(1):11-20
A longitudinal study of morbidity was carried out among 224 children under 5 years of age in a semi- urban area of Pondicherry. The findings revealed that a child had 4.85 episodes of illness annually on an average. Incidence rate for illness episodes and children affected was highest during the second quarter of the years i.e. April to June. Upper respiratory tract infections showed the highest recurrence (3.95) followed by doarrhoea (3.49). Respiratory illness and diarrhoea accounted for 64.9% of all morbidity.
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Fertility Pattern Of Rural Women In Delhi - A Community Survey
O P Aggarwal, Sarah S Rao, Neeraj Sethi, V Trikha, S Sharma, C S Chutani
January-March 1986, 11(1):33-38
The present paper deals with the fertility of 676 unsterilized ever-married women of 15 years and above in two villages of Mehrauli block in Delhi during 1982-83. The average number of conceptions and live births were found to be 4.50 and 4.09 respectively. However, the average number of conceptions and live births to 60 years and above women, those who completed their period of fertility before the start of intensive family planning programme, were found to be 8.25 and 8.00 respectively. The average number of conceptions was almost half for women who had acquired any level of education as compared to illiterate women. Seven foetal deaths were reported per 100 conceptions by this study group.
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A Medicosocial Study Of Paraplegics In Armed Forces
Col P.K Dutta, Col S N Bhattacharya, Maj Gautan Ghose, Col A C Urmil, S S Ganguly
January-March 1986, 11(1):21-31
A cross sectional study of 81 paraplegics was carried out to determine various medical and psychosocial aspects of the disability. Majority of the cases were results of preventable external injuries, which mostly affected the young productive age group. A large number of cases had permanent impairment of mobility, bowel, bladder and sexual functions. Psychological reactions of anxiety and denial were most frequently encountered in initial stages, but gradually declined in successive stages of rehabilitation. Individuals with independent vocations were psychologically and socially well adjusted.
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Acute Respiratory Infections Of Children
M.C Steinhoff
January-March 1986, 11(1):1-9
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Computers In Medicine And Health
M Vasudeva Kamath
January-March 1986, 11(1):41-44
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Development Of Employees State Insure Corporation Health Services In Delhi
Gurdeep Singh, J.P Gupta, M Kataria
January-March 1986, 11(1):45-55
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