Tag: awareness

A Cross-sectional Study Highlighting Awareness about FDA Announcement on Voluntary Recall of Ranitidine among Physicians and Pharmacists in and Around Chennai, India

Ranitidine is a histamine-2 (H2) blocker that lowers the amount of acid produced by the stomach. The medicine was recalled in September 2019 by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the European Medicines Agency (EMA), and Health Canada owing to impurities N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA). According to laboratory examinations, NDMA is...
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Comprehensive Study on Cybercrimes and Cyber Security: A Recent Approach

Crime has been rapidly progressing into the universe of data and innovation in recent years. Cybercrime has become a part of today’s world, causing harm to individuals, organisations, and, unexpectedly, the government. Cybercrime detection measures and grouping techniques have produced varying degrees of success in preventing and shielding data...
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Impact of Health Education Intervention on Uptake of Random Screening for Cervical & Breast Cancers among Rural Women in Villages of Gurgaon Cluster, Haryana, India: A Cross-Sectional Study

Disease awareness and socio-cultural practises influence rural women’s treatment seeking behaviour and uptake of preventative screening for breast and cervical cancers. In Gurgaon villages chosen at random by our financial partner, DLF Foundation, Gurgaon, this study was performed to evaluate rural women’s awareness and understanding of cervical and breast...
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A Review on Hypertension and Diabetes in India

Diabetes mellitus type 2 (DM2) and hypertension (HT) are two of the most common chronic noncommunicable diseases and multifactorial disorders afflicting both industrialised and developing countries, including India. Despite the fact that DM and HT are not among the most common causes of death, such as cancer and stroke,...
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A Cross-Sectional Study of Staff Nurses’ Awareness and Practices about Standard Precautions in a Tertiary Care Hospital in South Karnataka

Hospital-acquired infections are illnesses acquired in a hospital or other healthcare facility where the sickness was not present or incubating at the time of admission (HAIs). Infections among the facility’s health care personnel, as well as illnesses acquired in the hospital but showing up after discharge, are covered. Nurses...
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Studies on International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) Education in Colleges of Education in Southeastern States of Nigeria

International financial standards education at Nigerian institutions of education in the southeast was the subject of the study. Three research topics and three null hypotheses were tested at the 0.05 level of significance to guide the investigation. Sixty-two (62) accounting education professors in the area’s institutions of education were...
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A Study on Financial Awareness among Slum Dwellers in Bangalore City

Any government’s objective for equitable and sustainable economic development is financial inclusion. Financial literacy and financial inclusion are two sides of the same coin. Financial literacy is required for financial inclusion and poverty alleviation to be successful. Because of the evolution of the economy and financial markets, financial education...
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Fire Safety Management in a Typical Higher Institution in Nigeria

The focus of this research was to fill a gap in the literature on fire safety awareness and practise, as well as to consider human decisions and organisational failures that contribute to school fire disasters. The purpose of the study was to ascertain the level of fire safety awareness...
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Detailed Study on Age Related Pattern of Awareness and Basic Knowledge on Zika Virus Disease among Women Visiting Children Immunization Unit in Enugu State University Teaching Hospital, Southeast Nigeria

Background: The Zika virus, which re-emerged in 2015, is an infectious agent of considerable public health significance. In certain infants of infected mothers, it is spread by mosquito bite, and is associated with microcephaly and some other neurological malformations. In the past, mild infections with this virus have been...
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