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Prevalence of Parasitaemia, Anaemia and treatment outcomes of Malaria among School Children in a Rural Community in Ghana
E Otupiri, D Yar, J Hindin
Journal of Science and Technology (Ghana) , 2012,
Abstract: A cross-sectional survey was conducted in the Ejisu-Juaben District to determine the prevalence of asymptomatic malaria and anaemia, and treatment outcomes in pupils of seven public schools public schools in a rural community in the forest belt of Ghana. Children with confirmed malaria parasites were randomly assigned to be treated with Artemisinin-based combination therapies available on the Ghanaian market. Post-treatment days 14 and 28 follow-up blood samples were taken to determine the treatment outcomes on peripheral parasitaemia and haemoglobin (Hb) concentrations. Out of 812 pupils (without malaria symptoms) who were screened, the baseline parasitaemia prevalence was 58.6%. Parasitaemia prevalence across the seven (7) public schools ranged from 49.7% to 71.0% (p =0.002). Post-treatment parasitaemia among the different treatment regimes were significant only at day 28 (p<0.001). The mean Hb concentration on the screening day was 10.5g/dl and over 60% of pupils were mildly anaemic (Hb <11.0g/dl) whereas 14% had Hb <8.0g/dl. Post-treatment Hb concentrations of pupils by days 14 and 28 were 11.4g/dl and 11.7g/dl with an improvement of 0.7g/dl and 0.9g/dl respectively over the baseline Hb concentration (p<0.001). The overall proportion of children with Hb concentrations <11.0g/dl was 32.6% and 25.3% by days 14 and 28 respectively. The burden of malaria and anaemia among school children is high and warrants investment to reduce these levels. These findings could be a reflection of the health situation that pertains in the basic public schools especially in the rural forest areas of Ghana.
Türkiye'deki Elektronik Dergiler
Mehmet Ali Yar
Türk Kütüphanecili?i , 2004,
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Mehmet Ali Yar
Türk Kütüphanecili?i , 1998,
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DIABETES MELLITUS
HAFIZ MUHAMMAD YAR
The Professional Medical Journal , 2008,
Abstract: Objective: To determine the frequency of diabetes mellitus and to assess the level of awarenessabout diabetes amongst persons attending a free health camp in cultural festival of Rahim Yar Khan. Study Design:Cross sectional observational study. Place and duration of study: Three days free health camp arranged in a culturalfestival in Rahim Yar Khan. Results: Over all frequency of type II diabetes was 19.38% and the frequency of diabetesincreased both in men and women with increasing age (p<0.001). Newly diagnosed subjects were 6.77% and thesedo not know that they were suffering from diabetes. 18.92% subjects were having glucose intolerance and 61.70%subjects were having random blood glucose level within normal limits. Diabetes was correctly defined by 57% subjectsand this was significantly associated with educational level, suffering from the disease and presence of diseaseamongst family members. 14.62% gave history of presence of disease in their families. As compared to females, maleswere more suffering from disease and these were consuming more foods and snacks than females (p<.0.01).Conclusion: High frequency of diabetes mellitus was observed amongst the study population. This may be due tohealth consciousness and higher level of educational status in the subjects who participated. Emphasis on healtheducation and preventive strategies are needed to increase public awareness and early detection of high risk groupsand risk factors of this common disease in our country. The lifestyle behaviors and environmental factors are strongmodifiers of diabetes The life style changes and interventions in early age may prove to be more effective thaninterventions done at a later stage.
PREVALENCE OF MALARIAL PARASITE SPECIES IN MULT AN DISTRICT
Hafiz Muhammad Yar
The Professional Medical Journal , 1998,
Abstract: A cross sectional study was carried out in Multan District to find out the prevalence of various plasmodiumspecies causing malaria. Out of 500 cases of fever, 86(17.2%) were positive for malarial parasite in bloodsmear slides. Out of positive cases 52 (60.5%) were identified as plasmodium vivax infection; 32(37.2%)cases with plasmodium falciparum and 2(2.3%) cases of mixed infection due to plasmodium vivax andplasmodium falciparum. There was no case of plasmodium malariae or plasmodium ovale infectionobserved in the present study. These results are compared with those of other studies done in Pakistan andelsewhere. The growing problems of the drug resistance and severe infection due to plasmodium falciparumare highlighted.
Do a Mencía de Mendoza y su residencia en el castillo de Jadraque
Hidalgo Ogáyar, Juana
Archivo Espa?ol de Arte , 2005,
Abstract: El castillo de Jadraque, conocido como castillo del Cid, es una de las fortalezas situadas en la cuenca del río Henares. El Cardenal Mendoza, don Pedro de Mendoza, lo adquirió, siendo Obispo de Sigüenza, el 27 de enero de 1470, ante Alonso Dávila, por permuta con don Alonso Carrillo, Arzobispo de Toledo, a quien dio la villa de Maqueda y la Alcaldía Mayor de Toledo. Este castillo fue uno de los que se salvaron de la demolición ordenada por los Reyes Católicos, a finales del siglo xv, de todos aquellos enclaves estratégicos que suponían un peligro para la monarquía. De ahí que el Cardenal decidiera reconstruirlo y a os más tarde lo legó a su hijo don Rodrigo de Mendoza, 1° Marqués del Cénete y éste, a su vez, a su primogénita, do a Mencía de Mendoza. El castillo de Jadraque, aún hoy día, se levanta sobre una elevada atalaya, está rodeado…
Do a Mencía de Mendoza y su residencia en el Palacio del Real en Valencia
Hidalgo Ogáyar, Juana
Archivo Espa?ol de Arte , 2011,
Abstract: Documents preserved in the Archivo del Palau reveal the furnishings that Mencía de Mendoza had in the Royal Palace at Valencia, particularly luxury beds such as those of the Empress Isabel of Portugal and Queen Mary of France. Painters active at her court, especially Juan de Bola os, are also discussed. Con la ayuda de varios documentos conservados en el Archivo del Palau, se dan a conocer diferentes enseres que Do a Mencía de Mendoza tenía en el Palacio del Real en Valencia, destacando camas de lujo como la de la Emperatriz Isabel de Portugal o la de María de Francia. Se dan a conocer algunos pintores activos en su corte como Juan de Bola os.
An International Security Strategies Today: Conceptual Framework and Application
?mer G?ksel ??yar
Journal of Gazi Academic View , 2008,
Abstract: In our article, which deals with the different conceptual features, diversities, and application problems of international security strategies, we emphasized, in eclectic context, the divergent directions of the subject. Before all else, we aimed displaying some comparisons between national and international security strategies from various angles and stating expressly the differences between them. International security strategies in application, generally come on the scene in two forms: cooperative-peaceful strategies and conflictual-coercive strategies. Furthermore, international security strategies can also take several shapes in changing coordinates system of the peace-crisis-war triangle. We also tried to analyse them in conceptual context. Besides, international security strategies, the contrary of national strategies, couldn’t exactly be understood without taking into consideration the collectivity phenomenon. Accordingly, we discussed the various collectivity levels within these strategies. As for today, the international security strategies are being forged powerfully by the combat against the international terrorism more than before. In this framework, we scrutinized this subject, as comparing the US-EU ways of strategic preferences.
Radiation-assisted magnetotransport in two-dimensional electron gas systems: appearance of zero resistance states
Abdullah Yar,Kashif Sabeeh
Physics , 2015, DOI: 10.1088/0953-8984/27/43/435007
Abstract: Zero-Resistance States (ZRS) are normally associated with superconducting and quantum Hall phases. Experimental detection of ZRS in two-dimensional electron gas (2DEG) systems irridiated by microwave(MW) radiation in a magnetic field has been quite a surprise. We develop a semiclassical transport formalism to explain the phenomena. We find a sequence of Zero-Resistance States (ZRS) inherited from the suppression of Shubnikov-de Haas (SdH) oscillations under the influence of high-frequency and large amplitude microwave radiation. Furthermore, the ZRS are well pronounced and persist up to broad intervals of magnetic field as observed in experiments on microwave illuminated 2DEG systems.
GIS Based Spatial and Temporal Analysis of Crimes, a Case Study of Mardan City, Pakistan  [PDF]
Pukhtoon Yar, Jamal Nasir
International Journal of Geosciences (IJG) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ijg.2016.73025
Abstract: This paper is aimed to study the crime with special reference to its spatial and temporal distribution. It also tries to analyze and estimates the impact of weather on the prevalence of criminal activity in Mardan City. Studying the crimes with reference to its spatial and temporal distribution is important because information about the occurrence of crime is one of the most crucial tools in combating crime. It allows understanding how crimes are distributed through space, and hence can help in combating them. The Geographical Information System is an important tool for dealing with spatial and temporal analysis and thus fighting crime. The advent of desktop computers has significantly increased the role of computer mapping. The availability of user-friendly GIS applications has further increased the use of GIS in crime mapping. For the present study the data was collected about homicide and aggressive assaults from all the three police stations covering Mardan City. The collected data was analyzed under different scenarios. The temporal based analysis of data reveals that almost 50% crimes reported in 2009, took place from May-September (summer) compared to 32% in winter (October to February). The spatial analysis of data reveals 05 hotspots. Sikindary area was identified as the most crucial hotspot where within a 05 km radius, 11 crimes were committed in 2009 followed by Kalpani Bridge area from where a total of 10 crimes of aggressive nature were reported. Similarly police station wise the City Police Station accounts for 47% of the aggressive crimes committed in 2009.
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