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Perspective Of Males On Woman’s Risk Of Pregnancy In India perspective of males on woman’s risk of pregnancy in india
National Population Policy of India, 2000, for the first time recognized the need of active involvement of men in family planning so that if men are educated about reproductive health issues or female reproductive physiology then they are more likely to support their partners in decision-making process on contraceptive use and family planning which may be essential for women to avoid unprotected sex or unwanted pregnancy. Limited number of studies which include men as a part of sexual and reproductive health are found in India. Thus this book tries to examine the perspective of men in relation to their background characteristics on woman’s physiology and risk of pregnancy if she has sexual relations during menstrual period and breastfeeding.
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Co-relation of BP with BMI and WHR in middle aged males perspective of males on woman’s risk of pregnancy in india
Incidence of obesity is on the rise in developed as well as developing countries. In India we find high incidence of central obesity. It is well documented risk factor for cardiovascular morbidity. Hypertension being one of them. In our study we tried to explore relationship between various parameters of obesity and blood pressure in males and found positive correlation between waist to hip ratio with blood pressure based on our findings, WHR seems to be a better predictor for risk of hypertension over other obesity parameters.
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Effect of maternal obesity on pregnancy outcome in Gaza governorate perspective of males on woman’s risk of pregnancy in india
Obesity is a major public health problem. It can be defined as an excess accumulation of body fat cells. Obesity is considered the fifth leading risk for global death. At least 2.8 million adults die each year as a result of being overweight or obese. Maternal obesity affect the health of mother in pregnancy and developing fetus that adversely increase risk of gestational diabetes, preeclampsia toxemia, macrosomic baby and birth defect. this study aimed to reveal the effect of maternal obesity on pregnancy outcome. The study found some factors that are associated with adverse maternal outcome. Increasing in obesity degree will risk of hypertensive disorder, gestational diabetes; and having macrosomic new born.the study provides possible intervention strategies that could contribute to reduce effect of maternal obesity on pregnancy outcome.
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High Risk Pregnancy in a Rural Area perspective of males on woman’s risk of pregnancy in india
God in the form of a mother created us all and pregnancy is the phase when the divine intervention takes place. WHO states that every pregnancy is at risk but in a resource limited setting it becomes very essential to identify the high risk pregnancies by the assessment of specified risk factors and then provide them the necessary special care for a fruitful outcome. We have conducted this study in a rural area of western India and expect it to be extremely useful in studying the diverse risk factors prevalent in the rural areas and how the early assessment and appropriate interventions can help in reaching our goal of a healthy mother and a healthy baby. God bless everybody.
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Rifki Ismal Islamic Banking in Indonesia. New Perspectives on Monetary and Financial Issues perspective of males on woman’s risk of pregnancy in india
A comprehensive overview of key developments in Islamic banking In Islamic Banking in Indonesia, renowned economist Dr. Rifki Ismal explores current issues in Islamic banking and financial products with a particular focus on the danger of liquidity risk in Indonesia. It approaches liquidity risk from the conventional perspective of international banking standards, as well as from the Islamic banking perspective. Dr. Ismal also covers the issues of asset-liability balancing, liquidity risk index, organizational structures for managing liquidity, industrial analysis, withdrawal risk, bankruptcy risk, moral hazard risk, and market risk. Compiling all the latest academic research on liquidity risk and other risks in Islamic banking, the book provides a theoretical foundation for managing risk that will is highly useful for researchers on Islamic banking and practitioners and academics. Written by a renowned expert on Islamic banking who works on monetary policy at the central bank of Indonesia Covers the latest developments in Islamic banking, particularly liquidity risk, for a rapidly expanding market Ideal for European and American readers, in addition to Asian readers, who need a fuller understanding of Islamic banking institutions, markets, and products With the latest academic research and the expertise of a leading practitioner in Islamic banking, this book offers in-depth coverage of the most pressing issues in the field.
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Human Right Perspective Of Right To Work perspective of males on woman’s risk of pregnancy in india
The book entitled Human Right Perspective of Right to Work-A Socio Economic and Legal Analysis in India is authored by Dr. N.Ravi M.L.,Ph.D., Principal. This book throws emphasis on the right to work in human rights perspective with social and economic background in India. All the chapters in this book has current relevance and aptly illustrated.
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Impact of Internet use on BWD of Urban Adolescents in Rajasthan, India perspective of males on woman’s risk of pregnancy in india
In recent years, there has been a rise in fascination towards ‘Internet Use’ among adolescents. Present study explores the state of a new field of enquiry that is impact of internet use on behavior, wellbeing and development of urban adolescents in Rajasthan, India. The broad objective of the study was to assess the effect of excessive use of internet among adolescents. As a compliment to this, the study also emphasized on to understand the, teachers and cyber cafe owners/ managers perspective on internet use by adolescents.
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Food Safety in Pregnancy perspective of males on woman’s risk of pregnancy in india
Foodborne listeriosis is considered to be a relatively new public health concern and has only been identified as a threat to pregnancy in recent decades. Pregnant women’s understanding of food related hazards, such as the microbiological risk of Listeria, and the way they manage to control the risk is not well understood. This is despite the fact that past research has investigated many other aspects of nutrition and food intake during pregnancy. In addition, perceptions of health professionals, particularly midwives, and their role in the provision of food safety advice during pregnancy has rarely been explored in depth. Underpinning this study is the important premise that lay and professional perceptions of food related risks are socio-cultural constructions based on individual understanding of scientific knowledge. The primary interest for this study is exploring how Listeria is singled out and described as a risk during pregnancy. Exploring the ways in which lay women and midwives conceptualize food safety issues in general and the risk of Listeria in particular, has implications for future educational initiatives to prevent Listeria infection during pregnancy.
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CREDIT RATING OF SMEs- A comparative study of PSBs of Orissa perspective of males on woman’s risk of pregnancy in india
In the research literature very few studies have been done in India as well as in other countries about actual functioning and consistency of bank’s internal ratings and implied ex-ante risk in bank loan portfolios. It opens up wide area of research (which has not been done on Micro-level data) to examine individual bank’s modus operandi in integrating ground level risk appreciation and capturing them in Risk assessment exercise which over-all affects portfolio risk dimension of whole-bank in an aggregated portfolio.
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Beta2-agonists Use during Pregnancy and Congenital Malformations perspective of males on woman’s risk of pregnancy in india
According to asthma management guidelines during pregnancy, short-acting ?2-agonists (SABA) are the drug of choice in all types of asthma [intermittent or persistent, mild, moderate and severe] as a quick reliever medication and in the management of acute exacerbations or emergency hospitalizations. On the other hand, long-acting ?2-agonists (LABA) are used for patients with moderate and severe persistent asthma not fully controlled with inhaled corticosteroids alone. While many studies examined their associations with congenital malformations in newborns, the actual risks remain controversial due to the discordance between different risk reports and the difficulties in performing epidemiological studies on pregnant women. The objective of this research is to investigate the association between maternal exposure to SABA and LABA during the first trimester of pregnancy and the risk of congenital malformations in the newborns among asthmatic women.
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Antisperm antibodies and their effects on Infertility perspective of males on woman’s risk of pregnancy in india
Presence of antisperm antibodies (ASA) can reduce fecundity in both males and females. Though the etiology of ASA and their effects on gametes have been studied extensively; its clinical implications on infertility are disputed so far. Detection of possible causes of infertility will enable to streamline the treatment. This book provides research information on ASA in infertile couples in Sri Lanka. It investigates the incidence of ASA in semen and serum of male partner and in serum, cervical mucus and follicular fluid of female partner, possible risk factors for the formation of ASA, effects of different isotypes of ASA / location of ASA on fertilization processes as well as pregnancy rates. Further it has compared the pregnancy outcome after fertility treatments, in couples with and without ASA. The book is also a source of useful statistical details for management of infertile couples and has a comprehensive literature review on ASA. Therefore, this work is especially valuable for professionals work in the field of infertility and researchers working on immune-infertility.
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Strategy in India perspective of males on woman’s risk of pregnancy in india
India is one of the fastest emerging economies and one after another study has projected India among the leading economies of the future. The role and significance of India in the global economy is increasing continuously. However, there is a dearth of literature on India in management, in general, and in strategy, in particular. This book presents the findings from the research study of the practice of four very important aspects of strategy in the Indian context namely, strategy in India: an overall perspective, competitive strategy, strategic alliances & joint ventures and corporate entrepreneurship. The book elaborates the current state of practice of strategy, the types of strategy in practice, reasons for firms for going for strategy, impact on the performance of the firms and future plans for strategy. The findings are based on the research study on the Top 100 successful firms from twenty industries in India, including Indian and foreign firms as well as public sector and private sectors firms. This book provides interesting insights on the practice of strategy in India and is a must read for anyone interested in strategy in India.
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Handbook of Fixed Income Securities Volume II perspective of males on woman’s risk of pregnancy in india
Fixed Income Management practices carried out by the Banks in India are covered in ‘Handbook of Fixed Income Securities: Indian Banking Perspective'' (ISBN 9783639255478) by the same author. Since the Fixed Income literature revolves around the term structure, this volume covers construction and behaviour of the same. The target audience includes officers in treasury and risk management departments of banks in India and students of investments and risk management. This book is also useful to those officers in banks in the emerging economies who lack the quantitative skills imperative for current style of fixed income management or who are not specialized in this area but transferred from a lending or marketing branch to the treasury or risk management department and entrusted with fixed income management.
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Navigating in the Ocean of Risk perspective of males on woman’s risk of pregnancy in india
Risk is a central imaginary for the organization of social life in late capitalism. Based on a year of ethnographic research in obstetrics clinics and genetics laboratories in Istanbul, Turkey, this work explores the meanings, feelings, and politics of risk in the course of prenatal diagnosis. How does prenatal diagnosis transform the experiences of pregnancy, childbirth, and parenthood? How do secular middle-class Turkish women and their spouses strategically employ, negotiate, subvert, or resist different discourses of risk? How do doctors, pregnant women and their families voice different desires, fears, and identity claims as they talk about risk? By answering these questions, this work seeks to contribute to our understanding of the implications of genetic testing for gender, risk society, governmentality, and modernity.
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Hypertension in Pregnancy perspective of males on woman’s risk of pregnancy in india
Hypertensive states during pregnancy include preeclampsia/eclampsia, gestational hypertension, chronic hypertension, and preeclampsia superimposed on chronic hypertension. Preeclampsia is a medical condition where hypertension appears in pregnancy, usually in the second or third trimester, in association with significant proteinuria. Eclampsia is a new onset of seizures in a woman with preeclampsia. Accurate preeclampsia statistics are difficult. The single most significant risk factor is having had preeclampsia in a previous pregnancy. There are many different mechanisms for preeclampsia that may cause endothelial dysfunction; with subsequent damage to the maternal endothelium, kidneys and liver. Preeclampsia is a major cause of maternal and perinatal mortality and morbidity worldwide. Intensive monitoring in women who are at increased risk may lower the incidence of adverse outcome. A pregnancy complicated by severe preeclampsia, especially at term, should be terminated; otherwise, expectant management may be indicated.
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Role of Trust in bank lending perspective of males on woman’s risk of pregnancy in india
Banks in India operate in a very different lending environment as compared to western banks. The government owns many banks in India and state intervention in bank lending is considerable in India. Conventional instrument based methods of risk evaluation have limited use for banks in India. This book uses a social risk evaluation process based on the notion of social capital and trust to examine the structure and working of Indian bank branches. The role of trust in the relationship between branch managers and loan officers is critically studied. A framework of trust between branch managers and loan officers is developed. According to this framework, a branch manager and a loan officer develop a trusting relationship because both branch manager and loan officer have incentive to trust each other due to risk in lending. Trust between branch managers and loan officers of bank branches depends on seven characteristics of trust. Trust contributes significantly to the improvement of lending performance of bank branches in India. The conclusions arrived in this study have important implications for the management of banks.
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