Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : female


Assessment of the risk factors and clinical profile of CAD in female patients

PranavAshokrao shende; S. K. Malani; Ravindra K. Jain; Chandrakant S. Upadhayay; Snehal A Shende; Vivek V. Manade

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 7130-7136

Background:Coronary artery disease (CAD) has emerged as the major cardiovascular disease of the era and also the commonest cause of premature death. For several decades, conventional invasive angiography (CIA) has been considered as the well-established gold standard for making the diagnosis of CAD. Hence; the present study was undertaken with the aim of assessing the risk factors and clinical profile of CAD in female patients. Materials & methods:A hospital-based descriptive observational study was conducted with 100 patients to evaluate clinical profile and angiographic pattern in women with Coronary Artery Disease. Baseline demographics, clinical and risk factor profile was collected. Disease is defined as presence of stable angina, unstable angina or myocardial infarction. Baseline demographics, clinical and risk factor profile was collected. Appropriate statistical software, including but not restricted to MS-Excel. SPSS version 20 was used for statistical analysis. Graphical representation was done in MS-Excel 2010.

A Study On Study Habits Of Engineering Students

Dr. Pallabi Mali

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 781-7888

The investigation has been undertaken in order to study the study habits of Enginering students and to check whether there is any significant difference in study habits of male and female Engineering students and also to find out whether there is any significant difference in study habits of Engineering students studying in Govt. and private management of Jorhat district. A representative sample of 200 Engineering students for this purpose have been selected by using simple random sampling techniques. Descriptive survey method has been used for the present study. Self made questionnaire made by the investigator was used to collect data. Simple percentage, t-test statistical technique was used to analysis the collected data. It has been found from the study that Engineering students have a good habit of study. They read magazines/journals which is related to their course content and help for the development of their career and also suit their interest. They surf internet for different purpose including educational. They also prefer to read books on various items i,e novel, poem, short stories, books on science and technology etc. The study indicate that female Engineering students acquire good habit of study and the Engineering students studying in private management has a better habit of study than the Engineering students study in Govt. management.

Incidence of Post Dural puncture headache among obstetric and non obstetric surgical patients: A prospective study

Dr. Prem Kumar; Rahul Kanna R

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 3263-3270

Aim: To evaluate the incidence of post dural puncture headache(PDPH)after spinal anaesthesia among obstetric and non obstetric patients.
Materials and Methods: After approval by the Institutional Ethics committee, a total of 60 female patients of ASA status I or II (30 obstetric and 30 non-obstetric) undergoing electivelower abdominal surgery under subarachnoid block were included under the study after obtaining informed consent. Obstetric patients (n=30) who underwent elective caesarean section and non obstetric female patients(n=30) who underwent lower abdominal surgery were included in the study. All patients received spinal anesthesia with 25G quincke needle (Bbraunspinocan) in L3/L4 space. Procedure duration, number of spinal puncture attempts and incidence of PDPH were recorded.
Results: There was no significant difference in the duration of procedure and the number of spinal puncture attempts between both the groups. 12 out of 30 obstetric patients and 5 out of 30 non obstetric patients developed PDPH respectively.
Conclusion: PDPH incidence in obstetric patientswas higher than non obstetric patients with similar severity in both the groups