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“The old age problems and care of senior citizens”

“The old age problems and care of senior citizens” N, Suresh K The dream of the people all over the world to live long is now becoming a reality due to the advancement in socio economic development and sciences, particularly medical sciences. It is estimated that there are 416 million old people (aged 60 years […]

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ESSENTIALS OF CARDIAC SURGERY

ESSENTIALS OF CARDIAC SURGERY Thassu, R This book seems to me, is meant for students preparing for speciality course in Cardiac & Cardio Thoracic Vascular nursing programme in general and particularly the staff nurses working in the speciality areas of Cardio Thoracic Operation Theaters and CTVS intensive care areas. It partially covers the latest technicalities […]

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A study to assess the knowledge of mother’s about risk factors of low birth weight

A study to assess the knowledge of mother’s about risk factors of low birth weight Vidyullatha, B Introduction: Birth weight is a reflection of Maternal Health and as such is an indicator of the health status of a population. The lower the birth weight, the greater is the chance of death. Birth weight is the […]

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Fresher’s Day celebrations

Fresher’s Day celebrations Navodaya Nursing Institute, Raichur, Karnataka celebrated `Fresher’s party’ on 1-2-2002. The students from all the different programmes, management, Principal, teaching faculty & non-teaching staff participated in the celebrations. Students hailed from different states i.e. Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Rajasthan, Manipur & Gujarat. The programme started with invocation & welcome speech by the […]

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Election results Maharashtra State TNAI branch

Election results Maharashtra State TNAI branch The following Office Bearers are declared elected in the General Body Meeting held on 15/02/2003 at Training College of Nursing, BYL Nair Hospital, Mumbai Central, Mumbai. Mrs. Revankar S.S. Returning Officer, TNAI Maharashtra BR, C-2:15:03 GEETANJALI, Sector -16 VASHI, NAVI MUMBAI-400703 1. President : Ms. Anita Deodhar, Principal LTMG […]

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Report of First Graduation Ceremony and release of first college magazine ‘GUNJAN

Report of First Graduation Ceremony and release of first college magazine ‘GUNJAN – 2002’ The JSS College of Nursing conducted its First Graduation Ceremony and released the first College magazine “GUNJAN 2002” on 14th August 2002 at Rajendra Auditorium, JSS Hospital, Mysore. Ms. Neena Manuval, Assistant Lecturer welcomed the gathering. Dr. Bharti M, Principal presented […]

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Revised Admission Criteria for M.Sc. Nursing

Revised Admission Criteria for M.Sc. Nursing TNAI Headquarters received a communication from one of the candidates who had undergone the B. Sc (N) programme through Distance Education Mode from IGNOU stating that due to the revised admission criteria for M. Sc Nursing programme, candidates are not allowed to undertake M.Sc.(N) programme. The criteria issued by […]

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Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Employed Mothers About Breastfeeding

Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Employed Mothers About Breastfeeding John, Rinda Children are our future and our most precious resource. After birth the health of the baby depends upon the nurturing practice adopted by the family. The ideal food for the young infant is human milk, which has the specific characteristics that match the growing […]

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Children’s Day celebration

Children’s Day celebration The department of Child Health Nursing of College of Nursing, MAHE, Manipal organized children’s day celebrations – 2001 at various institutions. The staff and students of the College of Nursing conducted various competitions for the mentally challenged children at”Asha Nilaya”, Udupi and ‘Manasa’ Pamboor, Bantakal, on 12th and 13th of November 2001. […]

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A study to understand and evaluate the nursing care of low birth weight babies

A study to understand and evaluate the nursing care of low birth weight babies Moond, Ashok INTRODUCTION Nurses have a vital role in the successful operation and ultimate outcome of low birth weight babies’ care and therapy. Neonatal intensive care nursing is the highly specialised area of knowledge and practice that requires lengthy supervised experience […]