Effectiveness of video assisted teaching on knowledge regarding prevention of zika virus infection among adults in selected rural community at Nellore

Kalpana .B, Dr. Indira, Abstract: Objectives: 1. To assess the pre and post test level of knowledge among adults regarding prevention of Zika virus infection among adults 2. To determine the effectiveness video assisted teaching on problems of prevention of Zika virus infection among adults 3. To associate Pre test level of knowledge on prevention […]

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A study to assess the job satisfaction of faculty in Narayana College of Nursing, Nellore.

V. Thejaswi, Dr.S. Indira, . K. Madhavi Latha ABSTRACT: Level of job satisfaction is an content to which person likes or dislikes the job. Multiple factors can influence person level of job satisfaction; this factor range from the level of pay is benefits, perceived fairness of promotion system within the organization, the quality of working […]

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A study to assess the knowledge regarding recording and interpretation of pulse among staff nurses and nursing students in NMCH, Nellore

Ramya.K, Dr. Indira .S and Samhitha. J Abstract: The pulse is a throbbing sensation that can be palpated over a peripheral artery, such as the radial artery or the carotid artery. Assessing the rhythm, strength and rate of the patient’s peripheral pulse provides valuable information about the cardio vascular system. The aim of the present […]

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Knowledge regarding estimation of percentage of burns among II year B.sc nursing students in Narayana Nursing Institutions at Nellore

R. Kanakalakshmi, Dr.Indira.S Abstract: The extent of injury is best described using the percentage of the total body surface area (%TBSA) that is affected by a burn. The measurement of burn surface area is important during the initial management of people with burns for estimating fluid requirements and determining need for transfer to a burns […]

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Knowledge regarding millenium development goals among III year Bsc nursing students in Narayana Nursing Institutions at Nellore

N. Subhashini Abstract: The present study aims are to identify the knowledge of second year B.sc nursing students regarding millennium development goals and to identify the association between level of knowledge regarding millennium development goals and socio demographic variables of nursing students. Materials and Methods: Quantitative research approach and cross sectional descriptive design was adopted […]

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ANGELMAN SYNDROM

Prof., Mrs. Anu Radha Abstract: Angel man syndrome is an important genetic syndrome characterized by severe motor and intellectual retardation, microcephaly (abnormally small head), ataxia, frequent jerky limb movements and flapping of the arms and hands, hypotonia (floppiness), hyperactivity, seizures, absence of speech, frequent smiling and outbursts of laughter, and an unusual facies (facial appearance) […]

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Correlation of television watching with BMI and hypertension among adults in Komerika at Nellore, A cross sectional study

K. Kantha Abstract: Background: Although the public health importance of the association between television (TV) viewing and obesity and/or related outcomes have been demonstrated in both cross-sectional and prospective studies elsewhere, similar studies are lacking within the Nellore region. With the view to fill this gap in the literature, the current study explored the association […]

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A study to assess the prevalence of polythene utilization in Saraswathi nagar at Nellore

V.R. Saritha Reddy, S. Indira, .Leena Thomas Abstract: The Polythene is low strength, hardness and rigidity and if feel waxy when touched. The chemical properties of Polythene consist of non polar, saturated, high molecular weight hydrocarbons. There are various environmental, social and health problems related to Polythene in India. Objective: To assess the polythene utilization […]

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Assess the knowledge regarding care of patients with central line among the staff nurses in Narayana Medical College Hospital, Nellore

S. Suchitra Abstract: Central venous access devices are small, flexible tubes placed in large veins for people who require frequent access to the blood stream. Different types of venous access devices are available. They are essentially used to give intra venous medications, obtain venous samples and measurements of central venous pressure. Objectives: To assess the […]

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Effectiveness of laughter therapy on depression among elderly at selected old age homes, Bangalore.

Smitha. PM Abstract: A study was conducted to assess the effectiveness of Laughter therapy on depression among elderly in selected old age home, Bangalore. The objective of the study was to assess the level of depression after Laughter therapy and to evaluate the effectiveness of Laughter therapy by comparing the pre and post-test level of […]

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