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A STUDY ON SUBSTANCE ABUSE OF ADOLSCENTS IN THE SOUTH ZONE OF DELHI

Kashipa Harit, Assistant Director, NABH Secretariat, New Delhi. Dr. Poonam Khattar, Professor at National Institute of Health and Family Welfare, New Delhi. Anil Kumar Chillimuntha, Professor & Head, Department of Management, Metas Adventist College of Management Studies, Surat, Gujarat.

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Adolescence is a transitional stage of the human physical and psychological development. At this stage it offers opportunities for autonomy, intimacy, self esteem and competition. Adolescence is a period for experimentation and stating something new. This leads to a greater risk of this age group to substance abuse. It’s a world issue. They undergo a lot of peer pressure. There’s a Lack of social bonding, lack of low economic and social factors and family bonding with lesser parental and guidance.

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ANTIOXIDANT AND ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF ETHANOLIC EXTRACT OF OPHIORRHIZA BRUNONIS (RUBIACEAE)

G.Prabha and S.Karuppusamy Department of Biotechnology, Annai Velankanni College, Tholayavattam, Kanyakumari District- 629 157, Tamil Nadu, India. Department of Botany, The Madura College (Autonomous), Madurai – 625 011, Tamil Nadu, India.

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A STUDY ON ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC CHANGES IN PREGNANCY

*DR.ASWATHY ANIL ,**DR.GEETA.B.NAIR *THIRD YEAR RESIDENT,**ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY, B.J.MEDICAL COLLEGE,AHMEDABAD,GUJARAT

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During pregnancy, physiological adaptations occur in different systems of maternal body to cater to the needs ofthe growing fetus as well as to support the increasing metabolic demands of mother. The cardiovascular system also undergoes changes and these changes are reflected in the electrocardiogram .So, this study has been conducted with the aim to learn the electrocardiographic changes in pregnancy and to compare and analyze the electrocardiogram of pregnant women with the non-pregnant women. This was a comparative study of 30 pregnant women in the age group of 20-35 yrsand 30 non-pregnant women in the same age group .A 12 lead ECG of both pregnant and non-pregnant women were recorded using ECG machine and they were analyzed.RESULT- It has been observed that there was a statistically significant increase in heart rate, decrease in PR interval , decrease in QRS axis and an increase in corrected QT interval in pregnant women compared to non-pregnant women. There was presence of Q wave in inferior leads III andaVF in pregnant women. The occurrence of Q wave in lead III was more frequent in pregnant women than non-pregnant women while only pregnant women showed Q wave in lead aVF.The occurrence of T wave abnormalities like flat T waves and inverted T waves in lead IIIwas more frequent in pregnant women than non-pregnant women.Also,there was statistically significant occurrence of inverted T wave in V2 in pregnant women.CONCLUSION-These physiological changes in the electrocardiogram of pregnant women must be taken into consideration while interpreting the ECGs for diagnosis of heart diseases in pregnancy

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A REVIEW ON GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE IN KASHMIR VALLEY

Shafqat Ara Research Scholar, Department of Home Sciences, University of Kashmir, Srinagar, India Neelofar Khan Professor, Department of Home Sciences, University of Kashmir, Srinagar, India Khursheed I. Andrabi Professor, Department of Bio-technology, University of Kashmir, Srinagar, India

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ASSESSMENT ON VARIOUS TECHNIQUES FOR ESTIMATING FETAL SIZE AND GROWTH

Pushpamala R, Dr. Virendra Singh Choudhary

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Pregnancy is a standout amongst the most basic and one of a kind period in a women's life cycle. Because of higher nutritional necessity this gathering is considered excessively powerless and basic in life length. Albeit fetal growth and improvement are driven by the program encoded in its genome, the hereditary control of fetal growth is impacted by the intrauterine condition in which the embryo grows. One factor that is basic for fetal survival and health is the supply of supplements and oxygen from the mother. The capacity of a mother to give supplements to her baby relies upon her nutritional status, body size, body composition and metabolism, which are all being set up all through the mother's very own fetal life, youth and pre-adulthood. Expecting that satisfactory nourishment is accessible, the embryo can achieve its growth potential, bringing about the birth of a healthy newborn of suitable size. Data on fetal weight is of significance to obstetricians in the administration of pregnancy and delivery

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SURGICAL PROCEDURE OF NURSING CARE OF THE PATIENT UNDERGOING CORONARY ARTERY BYPASS GRAFTING

Rakesh Kumar1, Dr. Virendra Singh Choudhary2

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World Health Organization (WHO) announced that cardiovascular diseases (CVD) were one of the most critical causes of death globally, bringing about more than 17.3 million deaths yearly, by 2030 the figure is foreseen to increment to more than 23.6 million. Thirty-one percent of all deaths globally were expected to CVD, with 80% of those deaths happened in the low and middle-income nations in 2013. CVD is causing more number of deaths than some other diseases all through the world. CVD has turned into a fundamental health issue in a few creating nations and CVD is the most common cause of bleakness and mortality worldwide. Coronary conduit sickness (CAD) is the most common among all CVD and CAD has accepted widespread proportions worldwide. Globally, CAD has turned into the most driving cause of deaths and inabilities in the creating nations. In this article, we will study about the surgical procedures and phases of nursing care for the patient undergoing Coronary Artery Bypass grafting.

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SALINITY STRESS AND ITS IMPACT ON PLANT DEVELOPMENT AND ADVANCEMENT

1Poonam, 2Dr KomalLataNagpal

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Salt stress influences various parts of plant digestion and structure. Salinity incites cell modification with a critical rearrangement of cell structure and digestion because of ionic and osmotic impacts. Proteins assume a key job in salt resilience, acclimatization and cell alteration. In spite of the fact that the adjustments in protein bounty have been accounted for in different proteomic thinks about. Here in this paper we will clarify the instruments of plants reactions to salinity

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