Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : techniques


Dr. Neeraj Rai, Dr. Rajesh Tiwari, Dr. Priyanka Soni, Dr. Ritika Agrawal

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 4, Pages 1807-1814

Introduction Breastfeeding confers short-term and long-term benefits on both child and mother. The prevalence of suboptimal breast feeding practices is very high in developing countries. Previous studies revealed that infant mortality rates in developing countries are 5-10 times higher among children who have not been breast fed, or who have been breast fed for less than 6 months. Effective breast feeding technique (Right positioning and good attachment of baby) is the key to success of breast feeding because it facilitates milk production and milk release. Thus Present study was done to assess the breast feeding techniques & Practices.
Methodology: A cross sectional observational study was conducted in Garha region of Jabalpur city between Septembers to December 2015. Interview of 102 lactating mothers of infants aged < 6 months was conducted at their home using a predesigned and pretested questionnaire along with observation and assessment of infant’s positioning, attachment & suckling as per IMNCI guideline.

Survey of current materials and impression techniques for complete dentures among Indian Prosthodontists: An original research

Dr. Farhat Jabeen; Dr. Meenakshi S; Dr. Nasser M. Alqahtani; Dr. Pranav Gupta; Dr. Nishitkumar D Patel; Dr. Tony Abraham Titty

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 6522-6529

Aim: Purpose of our research was to analyse the current trend in impression material as well as techniques used for fabrication for complete denture prosthesis amidst prosthodontists based in India. Methodology: Around 100 practicing prosthodontists participated in this questionnaire survey containing 16 close ended questions; where they were asked about their preference of material and methods for making complete denture impression. Statistical analyses were performed using the SPSS 25.0 (Statistical Package for the Social Sciences). Results: Majority of responses indicated use of irreversible hydrocolloid in stock metal tray for making the preliminary impression. The selective pressure was the mostly used impression technique (78.3%). The most common material for the fabrication of custom trays was autopolymerizing acrylic resin (96.7%). All respondents border molded the custom tray prior to making the final impression. The final impression materials used were zinc oxide eugenol impression paste (73.3%), polyvinylsiloxane (11.7%), polyether (11.7%) and polysulphide (3.3%).

A Study On The Effect Of Collaborative Learning Techniques To Enhance Speaking Skills

M. Geetha; Dr. S. V. Karthiga

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 391-397

English language has been now hooked up as a language of world verbal exchange and a language of opportunities. A high diploma of talent in English and brilliant communication skills decorate students’ employability. The study discusses the problems of speaking skills among Bharathiar Engineering College students. Before the interference pretest has been conducted to know their problems in speaking skills using questionnaire. Based on an analysis of the questionnaire Collaborative learning techniques has been implemented in order to enhance students speaking skills. The techniques implemented helps students to enrich their speaking skills since it is a group work students find at ease and participate actively in order to complete a task. At the end posttest has been conducted using questionnaire as a tool where positive comments have been given by the students. Thus, Collaborative learning techniques upholds student learning and educational accomplishment.