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Chikungunya fever - epidemic in rural Maharashtra
Ahmad Nadeem
Indian Journal of Community Medicine , 2009,
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The prevalence of anaemia and associated factors in pregnant women in a rural Indian community.
Nadeem Ahmad
Australasian Medical Journal , 2010,
Abstract: The authors suggest that the very high prevalence of anaemia early in pregnancy (74.8%) is an indication of the failure of World Health Organisation and national programmes to tackle the issue in this group. Those pregnant for the first time are at greatest risk of developing anaemia. A highly significant association was found with the mother‘s age, educational and socio-economic status, religion, parity and Body Mass Index (BMI).
Digitalisierung von und Zugang zu sozialmedizinischen Datens tzen – Das Beispiel der Arbeiten von George Brown Digitising and Providing Access to Socio-Medical Case Records: The Case of George Brown's Work Digitalizando y proveyendo acceso de registros de casos médicos. El caso del trabajo de George Brown
Louise Corti,Nadeem Ahmad
Forum : Qualitative Social Research , 2000,
Abstract: Im M rz 1999 erhielt Qualidata Gelder vom Medical Research Council für die Digitalisierung, die Dokumentation und die Archivierung von Daten/Informationen, die den Forschungsarbeiten von George Brown entstammen. Diese Forschungen, die gro e Mengen quantitativen und qualitativen Datenmaterials hervorbrachten, gehen zurück auf die 60er Jahre und sind international anerkannt als Pionierarbeiten zu den sozio- konomischen Bedingungen psychischer Gesundheit und zu der sozialen tiologie der Depression. Die Daten wurden über viele Jahre bereits für folgende Forschungsarbeiten und für Lehrzwecke benutzt. Im vorliegenden Beitrag werden wir uns vor allem damit befassen, wie Qualidata das Digitalisieren der riesigen vorliegenden Materialmengen und deren Verbindung mit den quantitativen Daten realisiert hat und wie die Dokumentation der Best nde in einer Weise vollzogen wurde, dass diese tats chlich als hilfreiche Quelle von Forschungsarbeiten genutzt werden k nnen. Da es sich in den meisten F llen um sensitives Datenmaterial handelt, diskutieren wir zus tzlich Fragen eines angemessenen Zugangs zu den Best nden. URN: urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs000368 In March 1999, Qualidata secured a grant from George BROWN, via the Medical Research Council to undertake the preparation, scanning, documentation and archiving of data and documentation from the lifetime research of Professor George BROWN. The research, comprising a very large resource of both qualitative and quantitative materials, dates back to the 1960s and is considered, internationally, to be among the most pioneering work on socio-economic aspects of mental health and the social aetiology of depression. It has already been in regular use for many years, both for ongoing research and for teaching purposes. In this paper we will describe: the logistics of conducting and managing the huge task of scanning the paper-based materials; tying this in with the quantitative data; and documenting the data in order to make them a useful resource for researchers. Because the data are very sensitive we also mention ways of enabling the most appropriate access. URN: urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs000368 En Marzo de 1999, Cualidatos obtuvo un financiamiento del Consejo de Investigación Médica de George Brown, vía el Consejo de Investigación Médica, a fin de llevar a cabo la preparación, escaneo, documentación y archivo de los datos y documentos del trabajo de investigación de George Brown. La investigación, que data de los a os 60, está conformada por un vasto material cualitativo y cuantitativo, el cual se considera a nivel internacional como el
Improving Electrical Power Grid of Jordan and Control the Voltage of Wind Turbines Using Smart Grid Techniques
Nadeem Tareq Ahmad
International Journal of Applied Power Engineering , 2012, DOI: 10.11591/ijape.v2i1.1789
Abstract: In this paper, we improved the national grid of Jordan country by adding a renewable resources specifically a wind turbines generation unites distributed on different places in Jordan to compensate the losses of the power in Jordan and to dispense with using the generation of fuel and gas by representing the national grid of Jordan in ETAB simulator and we solved the voltage problems of wind turbines using a new mythology using smart grid techniques
DECONSTRUCTING EUROCENTRIC DISCOURSE AND RECREATING HISTORY: AFRICAN FICTION IN CONTEXT
IMRAN AHMAD,NADEEM JAHANGIR BHAT
Golden Research Thoughts , 2013, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: The representation of African culture and history in Eurocentric discourses was more or less a political affair to construct the image of the “Other” rather than an objective approach to highlight the historical and cultural ethos of the continent. This biased approach of the Eurocentric writers tempted the African writers to put their history and culture before the audience in a right perspective. The representation of Africa as an anti-thesis of what the European supposedly represents and the denigration of African culture and history at the hands of the Eurocentric writers invited a revisionistic approach from the African writers. The present paper aims at highlighting the means through which the colonizers of Africa constructed the image of Africa as “Other” and distorted its history and culture to debase it. The paper also aims to deconstruct the myth of Africa as Other and underscore the ways through which the African novelists attempted to present their culture and history in a right perspective through the medium of written discourse.
Postcolonialism: A Counter Discourse
Imran Ahmad,Nadeem Jahangir Bhat
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: The encounter between the colonizer and the colonized resulted in a situation where the hegemonic colonial discourse was resisted in different ways and by different means. The writers of India, Africa and the Caribbean countries came up with a narrative of their own whereby they resisted the socio-politicaleconomical and cultural aggression of the colonizer. In their writings, they produced means and ways that voiced and gave vent to those repressed feelings and wishes of the colonized that had been suppressed by colonial hegemony. This marks the rise of a postcolonial discourse whereby the colonized writers revived their identity, history, culture and myth. The present essay looks at diaspora, hybridity and multiculturalism as some major postcolonial counter discourses taking recourse to which the postcolonial fiction writers write back to ward off the Eurocentric bias and representation in literature.
INfluence of Some Mechanical Factors of Ring Spinning Machine on Cotton Yarn Quality
Iftikhar Ahmad,Nisar Ahmad Jamil,Nadeem Haider
Journal of Applied Sciences , 2002,
Abstract: 30s carded cotton yarn strength and irregularity was studied by changing the twist multiplier and spindle speed of ring machine during its manufacturing. The best results of yarn lea strength and evenness were obtained at the lowest spindle speed SP1 and twist multiplier TM1.
Effect of Time of Application of Calcium Carbide with and without N, P and K Fertilizer on Nutrients up Take Efficiency of Cotton Crop
Zulfiqar Ahmad,Muhammad Yasin,Sajid Nadeem,M.Kashif Nadeem
Journal of Agronomy , 2003,
Abstract: Virtually no results have been reported on the effect of calcium carbide on nutrient uptake efficiency of cotton crop. This report is unique. Because of the increase of growth of cotton by application of encapsulated CaC2, the present pot study was conducted to evaluate the effect of CaC2 (the ethylene producing compound) on N, P and K uptake efficiency of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) at the wire house, Dept. of Soil Science, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, in 2001-2002. Pots were filled with sandy loam soil having EC: 1.61 ds m ̄1 and pH 7.7. Cotton variety BH 36 was planted in pots .Two levels of N,P and K fertilizer 120-100-60 kg ha ̄1 and 60-50-30 kg ha ̄1 were applied. Half dose of N and full doses of P and K were applied at sowing and remaining half dose of N was applied with first irrigation, using Urea, SSP and SOP as a source of N, P and K. Capsulated calcium carbide was applied @ 60 kg ha ̄1 in the pots at field capacity . Calcium carbide was applied at two growth stages i.e., after two and eight weeks of germination. Completely randomized factorial design, having nine treatments and three repeats was followed. Data regarding N, P and K concentration and uptake was analysed. It was observed that CaC2 application promoted Nitrogen concentration in plant significantly, however, P and K concentration was affected non-significantly. Treatment where CaC2 was applied after two weeks of germination influenced nitrogen concentration significantly, while the control and treatment where CaC2 was applied after eight weeks of germination were at par with each other. N, P and K up take were affected significantly with the application of CaC2. Control and the treatment where, CaC2 was applied after eight weeks of germination showed no significant effects on nitrogen up take. Phosphorus up take was influenced significantly by the application of CaC2. Potassium up take was pronouncedly affected in the treatment where CaC 2 was applied after two weeks of germination.
Recent Advances in Geriatric Medicine
N.A. Ansari,Nadeem Ahmad
Pravara Medical Review , 2008,
Abstract: Ageing is a natural process. In the words of Seneca;“Old age is an incurable disease”, but more recently,Sir James Sterling Ross commented: “You do not healold age. You protect it; you promote it; you extendit” [1]. These are in fact the basic principles ofpreventive medicine. Old age should be regarded as anormal, inevitable biological phenomenon. The studyof the physical and psychological changes which areincident to old age is called gerontology. The care ofthe aged is called clinical gerontology or geriatrics.Another aspect of gerontology is social gerontology which was born on the one hand out of the instincts of humanitarian and social attitudes and on the other out of the problems set by the increasing number of old people[2]. Experimental gerontology is concerned withresearch into the basic biological problems of ageing, into its physiology, biochemistry, pathology and psychology.
STUDY OF HEALTH STATUS AND ETIOLOGICAL FACTORS OF MENTALLY CHALLENGED CHILDREN IN SCHOOL FOR MENTALLY CHALLENGED
Nadeem Ahmad,D.B.Phalke
Pravara Medical Review , 2009,
Abstract: The mental health of the child affects his physical health and the learning process. The present study was conducted to study the health status and etiological factors among 58 mentally challenged children in school for mentally challenged at Sangamner. Majority of mentally challenged children (68.0%) were in 5-9 years age group. Most of them had moderate retardation. (43.0%) In majority of children (70.68%)no clinical syndrome was present. Most common clinical syndrome was Down’s syndrome (17.23%),followed by Fragile X syndrome (6.89%). More than sixty percent children were off springs of consanguineous marriages. Idiopathic causes (63.8%) followed by genetic causes (29.31%) were common etiological factor responsible for mental retardation. Mental handicap can be prevented by genetic counseling.
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