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IMPROVED ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK PERFORMANCE ON SURFACE OZONE PREDICTION USING PRINCIPAL COMPONENT ANALYSIS
K. Padma, R. Samuel Selvaraj, S. Arputharaj, B. Milton Boaz
Pages: 01-06
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BISPHOSPHONATES IN DENTISTRY AN ASIAN PERSPECTIVE - EVIDENCE BASED REVIEW
Vanaja Krishna Naik, Aruna Balasundaram, Harinath P., Caroline Jacob
Pages: 07-19
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PREVALENCE OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND HEALTH SEEKING BEHAVIOR AMONG WOMEN IN RURAL COMMUNITY OF PUDUCHERRY - A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY
S. Rajini, C. Kamesh vell, S. Senthil
Pages: 20-23
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Study of demographic profile of skin tumors in a tertiary care hospital
Sonam S Nandyal, Rekha B. Puranik
Pages: 24-28
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Assessment of implementation status of Janani-Shishu Suraksha Karyakram (JSSK) for free referral transport
services at selected Public health facilities in Wardha district, of Central India

R. C. Goyal, Priya L. Singh, Abhay Mudey
Pages: 29-34
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PREDICTION OF AN INCREASE IN EYE PROBLEMS, IN IJEBU-ODE AND IJEBU NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF OGUN STATE IN THE NEAREST FUTURE AS A RESULT OF SPENDING MUCH TIME ON COMPUTER / SMARTPHONE
Akinola Kayode E., Badmus N. Idowu, Ogunobi Steven Gbenga
Pages: 35-40
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DIRECT HYPERBILIRUBINEMIA AS AN INITIAL PRESENTATION OF PRECURSOR B-CELL ACUTE LYMPHOBLASTIC LEUKEMIA IN A SAUDI CHILD
Mona S. Asseri, Ali M. Alsuheel, Mohammed H. Albar, Ahmed Alhanshani, Safa Alhaider
Pages: 41-43
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EXPOSURE OF MICE TO 900 - 1900 MHZ RADIATIONS FROM CELL PHONE RESULTING IN MICROSCOPIC CHANGES IN THE KIDNEY
N. Mugunthan, J. Anbalagan, S. Meenachi, A. Shanmuga Samy4
Pages: 44-49
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SUDDEN CARDIAC DEATH - A CASE REPORT
S. Peranantham1, G. Manigandan, V Tamilselvi, K. Shanmugam
Pages: 50-52
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SCENARIO OF ACUTE POISONING IN A SUB DIVISION HOSPITAL OF WEST BENGAL, INDIA
Md. Hamid Ali, Arijit Sinha, Kapildev Mondal, Subhra Jyoti Mitra, Anupam Mandal, Pranab Kumar Maity
Pages: 53-57
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