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Burden of disability in a Chandigarh village
Singh Amarjeet
Indian Journal of Community Medicine , 2008,
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Public Health and Preventive Medicine - "The RED BOOK"
Singh Amarjeet
Indian Journal of Community Medicine , 2009,
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Do we really need to shift to pedestal type of latrines in India?
Singh Amarjeet
Indian Journal of Community Medicine , 2007,
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The politics of migration in India: What it is; and what to do?
M AMARJEET SINGH
ThirdFront : Journal of Humanities and Social Science , 2013,
Abstract: Migration has increasingly become a worldwide phenomenon supporting the livelihoods of a large number of people. But it can also be a potential source of conflict which is evident in India in general and its northeast region in particular. As a result the country’s federal government has undertaken different measures for controlling illegal cross-border immigration into the country. But not so useful because the measures were undertaken largely due to the political compulsion, without taking into account the historical ties between the sending and the receiving countries. This failure has of course further led to the alienation of many people, and yet the opinion on migration has become polarised.
Clinico psycho social conference: A novel learning experience for postgraduate students of community medicine
Kumar Dinesh,Singh Amarjeet
Indian Journal of Community Medicine , 2008,
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Why hysterectomy rate are lower in India
Singh Amarjeet,Arora Arvinder
Indian Journal of Community Medicine , 2008,
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Health awareness of high school students
Goel Sonu,Singh Amarjeet
Indian Journal of Community Medicine , 2007,
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How much do rural Indian husbands care for the health of their wives′
Singh Amarjeet,Arora Arvinder
Indian Journal of Community Medicine , 2008,
Abstract: Objective: To ascertain the response of husbands to their wives′ health problems. Materials and Methods: We selected 100 couples through a systematic random sampling from 4 purposively selected villages; these couples were interviewed by a social worker in rural North India through house-to-house survey. The role of husbands during pregnancy, puerperium and during the wives′ illness was explored. Their awareness with regard to the reproductive health problems of their wives was also ascertained. Another outpatient department (OPD)-based interview of female (n = 300) patients was conducted; 50 each at health post, subcenter, primary health centers (PHC), community health center (CHC), 50-bed hospital and apex institution. Previous consultation history was also obtained. Results: Husbands escorted their wives to hospital in 30-40% cases. This was mainly for a visit to bigger hospitals in cities/towns. Husbands decided regarding the treatment agency in the majority of cases. In 10% cases, they took time off their work during wives′ sickness and helped in household work. Consultation within a week was 100%. The husbands′ knowledge regarding the safe period was inadequate. Majority (78%) said that women remained ill more often. Most wives were satisfied with the role of their husbands during their pregnancy or illness. A majority (80%) of husbands favored education of women up to the 10th standard and 87% were in favor of working women. Conclusion: Reasonably favorable attitude of husbands towards their wives′ health problems was witnessed. This needs to the carefully nurtured.
FREQUENCY DOMAIN ANALYSIS OF ELECTROMYOGRAPHY SIGNALS FROM FACIAL MUSCLES WITH NEURAL NETWORKS
Richa Vidyarthi,Amarjeet Singh
International Journal of Trends in Economics Management and Technology , 2012,
Abstract: EMG signal is a complicated signal, which iscontrolled by the nervous system. Quantitative analysis in clinicalelectromyography (EMG) is very desirable because it allows amore standardized, sensitive and specific evaluation of theneurophysiologic findings, especially for the assessment ofneuromuscular disorders.. In this study, we have investigatedthat, The analysis of different electromyography signals (NOR &MYO). This paper basically deals with the basic steps forrecording, analysis of EMG signal,. For recording of EMG of amuscles or facial muscles two electrodes are used one is surfaceelectrodes and second one is needle electrode, after comparingboth electrodes we found surface electrode is better than needleelectrode .The analysis the EMG signal during three phasesegmentation ,classification and feature extraction. We extractedboth time domain (TPDs) and frequency domain parameters(FDPs),by which we get some important information of MUAPabnormality and muscular change. and we also concluded its bestapplication for recognition of Facial Expression . Facialexpression analysis is rapidly becoming an area of intense interestin computer science and human-computer interaction designcommunities. The most expressive way humans display emotionsis through facial expressions.
Knowledge and practice of oral polio vaccine-vaccine vial monitor among health personnel in India
Joshi Kamlesh,Thakur J,Singh Amarjeet
Indian Journal of Community Medicine , 2007,
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