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AN EXPLORATORY STUDY TO ASSESS THE KNOWLEDGE OF WOMEN REGARDING DIABETES MELLITUS IN SELECTED URBAN AREAS OF LUDHIANA, PUNJAB

SANGEETA NICHOLS, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, COLLEGE OF NURSING

Abstract:-

Women are more likely than men to develop chronic diseases, such as diabetes, and to suffer disproportionately from disability compared to men. Yet research into health knowledge and beliefs around diabetes causation and prevention among the general community is lacking.

 

AIM OF THE STUDY

To assess the knowledge and practices of women regarding diabetes mellitus with a view to develop guidelines based on the findings of the study.

 

OBJECTIVES

  1. To assess the knowledge of women regarding diabetes mellitus.
  2. To assess the practices of women regarding diabetes mellitus.
  3. To identify the relationship between knowledge and practices of women regarding diabetes mellitus.
  4. To identify the relationship knowledge and practices of women regarding diabetes mellitus with selected variables: age, education, occupation, dietary pattern, family income & family history of diabetes mellitus.
  5. To find out the deficit areas and develop guidelines regarding diabetes mellitus.

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“SYNTHESIS AND BIOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF SOME ARYLIDENENALONONITRILES AND ARYLIDENENITRILE ESTERS AS CYTOTOXIC AGENT”

ABDULRASHID UMAR* , KALID. A. ALAMRY AND HASSAN M. FAIDALLAH Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, King Abdulaziz University, P.O. Box 80203 Jeddah 21589, Saudi Arabia

Abstract:-

A series of arylidenenalononitriles1a-g and arylidenenitrile esters 2a-gsupported with some functionalities reported to contribute to significant chemotherapeutic potential were synthesized and evaluated for their cytotoxic activity. Six compounds exhibited cytotoxic potential against a panel of three human tumor cell lines. Compounds 1b, 1dand1gproved to be the most active agents with a broad spectrum of cytotoxic activity. Analogs1b and 1gwere considered as the most active cytotoxic agent, being about two times more active than doxorubicin against the colon HT29 carcinoma cell line.

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