Himani Kotian

Himani Kotian
Manipal Academy of Higher Education | MAHE · Department of Community Medicine

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Background: Unintentional injuries cause up to 950,000 deaths among children under 18 years worldwide annually. Objectives: To evaluate the effectiveness of school based interventions in promoting child safety and reducing unintentional childhood injuries. Methods: This Cluster randomised trial with 1:1 allocation of clusters to intervention a...
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Aim: A tissue-equivalent bolus of sufficient thickness is used to overcome build up effect to the chest wall region of postmastectomy radiotherapy (PMRT) patients with tangential technique till Radiation Therapy Oncology Group (RTOG) Grade 2 (dry desquamation) skin reaction is observed. The aim of this study is to optimize surface dose delivered t...
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Background: Research is integral part of post graduate studies. Informed consent is a vital ethical and regulatory requirement for the conduct of biomedical research.Methods: Mixed methods study was carried out from July to August 2017. Cross sectional part constitute quantitative component and forced field analysis (FFA) forms qualitative part. Ap...
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Context: Cancer is one of the leading causes of disability worldwide. The psychological factors that significantly affect the functioning of the cancer patients are anxiety, depressive disorders, and somatization. Aims: To find out the spectrum of psychological disorders in cancer patients, also to find the association between sociodemographic v...
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Introduction: A family centered approach to the care of children with disability is a widely accepted concept. Traditionally in India, mothers or females in family are the primary care givers. Taking care of children with special needs may have an impact on the physical and mental health of care givers and hence it needs to be investigated. Aim: To...

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