Prakash Muthuperumal1, Bagavandas M2, Velmurugan M.S3, Sendhil Kumar M1, Madhu sudhanarao T1 1Scientist-C, National Institute of Epidemiology (ICMR-NIE), Chennai. 2Division of Biostatistics and epidemiology, School of public health, SRM University, Chennai, India. 3Public Health Analyst, Clinton Health Access initiative, Chennai
India has the largest number of child deaths, and has wide variation within the country, Infant mortality rate in India ranges from 15 in kerala and goa to 73 in Uttar Pradesh. Interstate disparity in availability and utilization of health services and health manpower are challenges in achieving health for all for the nation as a whole. Keeping in view the significance of studying inter-state variations in healthcare, this study focuses on the performance of states based on Institutional Early new born care
To ensure the value of implementing medical equipment management that becoming more important in health care sectors. The key advantage of quality system represents a preventive approach to insure consistency and to provide the basis for greater relatability in safety and performance of medical devices.
Density, viscosity and ultrasonic velocities for organic liquids of o-Chlorotoulene with 2- propanol were measured at different mole fractions. Among the derived quantities adiabatic compressibility, free volume, acoustic impedance and intermolecular free length and their excess values were calculated. The effect of mole fraction onthe velocity of 2M Hz frequency ultrasonic wave at 303.15K to 318.15K is measured with interferometer and presented in this paper.