Maternal Dietary Diversity and Risk of Low Birth Weight:
Empirical Findings from India-Pediatric Conference 2017
India accounts for the highest proportion of low birth weight(LBW) babies born in the developing world. Poor maternal nutrition during pregnancy has been associated with adverse infant health outcomes, such as LBW. The aim of this paper was to assess the socio-economic factors influencing dietary diversity among pregnant women and to investigate the association between maternal dietary diversity and LBW among newborn babies.
women conference in Bangalore - Conflict management approaches to manage work-life equation and retention of women employees in IT organizations in India based on local philosophy and culture
Every organization is comprised of myriad of people. Acquiring their services, developing their skills, motivating them to high levels of performance, as well as managing retention and conflict are essential to achieving organizational objectives. This study has put forth an attempt to provide a multi-dimensional and more exhaustive view of how conflict management role needs to be looked at the problems of work-life equation and in retaining women employees in IT organizations in India based on local philosophy and culture.
Scar Endometriosis- Case Report and review of literature-Gynecology conference 2017
Endometriosis is a benign estrogen dependent condition found in 6-10% of the female population. (1)Subcutaneous endometriosis near the cesarean delivery scar is rare form of extrapelvic endometriosis, occurring in 0.03-1.5 % of all women having cesarean deliveries.(2)
Here is a case report of a 39 year female G3P2L2 previous 2 LSCS with term pregnancy with a scar endometriosis on right side of her previous scar area which was excised at the time of the elective repeat cesarean section..Thepost operative period was uneventful and no recurrence occurred in the 4 months follow up period.
Maternal Dietary Diversity and Risk of Low Birth Weight-Gynecology conference 2017
ObjectivesIndia accounts for the highest proportion of low birth weight(LBW) babies born in the developing world. Poor maternal nutrition during pregnancy has been associated with adverse infant health outcomes, such as LBW. The aim of this paper was to assess the socio-economic factors influencing dietary diversity among pregnant women and to investigate the association between maternal dietary diversity and LBW among newborn babies.
Caesarean deliveries, subsequent reproductive behaviour, and children ever born in low-fertility states of India-Gynecology conference Bangalore 2017
STUDY DESIGN, SIZE, DURATION: The study used data from District Level Household and Facility Survey (DLHS-4). DLHS-4 used multi-level cluster random sampling design. Sample size (n=86054) is large and allows us to perform robust statistical analyses disaggregated by socioeconomic and demographic characteristics of women. The sample covers 99% of the population in the country.
Domestic Violence against Pregnant Women in Uttar Pradesh, India: A Trace of Factors and Pregnancy Complications –CME Conference in Bangalore
The main objective of this study was to investigate the prevalence of domestic violence against pregnant women and to examine its association with pregnancy complications. This study is based on a longitudinal survey conducted from urban and rural areas of Lucknow and Sitapur districts in Uttar Pradesh.
Health of older women – issues, solutions and prevention –CME Conference in Bangalore
"An ageing society is evolving, which, for the most part, is female".Older women outnumber older malesworld wide. The women lives longer and the life expectancy for females is 66.1yrs in India. Elderly Women is both care giver and care taker. The three main principles followed by older women in India are sacrifice,suffer and ignore.
Issues and Concerns, A Cross Sectional Study among the Doctor Moms-Medical Conferences in Karnataka.
Working Mothers are now a visible part of the workforce in almost all professions. The working mother is an institution in her own right, one who combines a successful career giving her financial independence, with an effective motherhood raising a child. It is important to understand that both these jobs are extremely demanding, and to do justice to each without neglecting the other is a formidable task .
Girl Child Marriage in Sudan, Drivers, Levels and trends, and Differentials among Sudan states-Medical conferences in Karnataka.
The paper tries to: list main socio-economic and cultural drivers that may fueling incidence of girl child marriage in Sudan, show levels and trends of child marriage and find out the causes of differential in the level of early marriage among Sudan eighteen states . About two fifths of Sudanese girls married before age 18 and it seems no trend to decrease during the last two decades, however no legislative procedures to curtail the practice or raise awareness.