Malar Kodi S

Malar Kodi S
All India Institute of Medical Sciences Rishikesh · College of Nursing

BSN MSN(Pediatric Nursing) PhD Scholar
Rishikesh, Uttarakhand

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Introduction
Malar Kodi currently works at the College of Nursing, All India Institute of Medical Sciences Rishikesh. Malar does research in Nursing Science, pediatric nursing, adolescence health and neonatal nursing. Their most recent publication is 'recent advances and updates in pediatric medicine for nurses'.

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Background The nurse practitioner (NP) role is a reasonably successful and is rapidly growing globally. The NP role in India has not yet evolved and remains in the infancy stage. It is a dire need to develop the NP role to ensure affordable and accessible health care, particularly in underprivileged areas. Opinions from Indian citizens are vital to...
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Introduction Specialized laboratory evaluation of supraventricular tachycardia in children may occur, but the utility is unknown. The study objectives are to assess the type, frequency, and results of specialized laboratory testing performed in pediatric patients presenting with new-onset supraventricular tachycardia. We hypothesized that when spec...
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Introduction: Coronavirus has spread havoc globally, resulting in the closure of all sectors including education. Therefore, to continue a child's learning, the government started online classes from home by involving parents. This new learning method might be hectic and challenging for parents; therefore, this study aimed to assess the perception...
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Background: Breastmilk is the natural and safest first food for the newborn. It has nutritional, immunological, behavioural, and offers mother-infant bonding. Objective: The objective of the study was to explore the knowledge, practice, and attitudes of mothers towards breastfeeding. Material & Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted among c...
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A chronic childhood illness directly impacts the overall support system, which also plays a role in parental stress, thus leading to the disturbing family process. Children with long-term disease may exhibit behavioral problems that are more common in epilepsy. Epilepsy is a neurological condition with recurrent spontaneous seizures in children. Th...
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Background: Childhood plays a crucial role in moulding an individual personality and also helps in preventing various communicable and non-communicable diseases. Poor health among school children mainly results from lack of knowledge and adoption of unhealthy practices. Therefore, they should be taught regarding importance of personal hygiene in or...
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Introduction: Children are most vulnerable group; therefore, they are more prone to various health-related problems. They should be taught regarding importance of personal hygiene to maintain good health. Primary school children learn mainly through imitation and therefore play method enhances better learning. Snake and ladder game is very familiar...
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COVID-19 has rattled our world, with devastating impact on children and families. Parents and children have been faced with new and evolving sources of stress in protecting them from the virus. The Novel COVID -19 pandemic situations have an impact in many ways on children. This article is an attempt to throw light on the impact of the COVID 19 pan...
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BACKGROUND: Mobile phones are one of the excellent gifts of technology in the 21st century, which is most popular among adolescents. Today, mobile phones have infinite resources that have multiple benefits and applications. Its excessive use may impact adolescents in the form of behavioral changes and diminish the academic performance. This study e...
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Pain and anxiety are the most common and prevalent adverse stimuli experienced by hospitalised children. The most frightening and distressing source of pain and anxiety accounted for is due to venipuncture. This study aimed to assess the effect of cold and thermomechanical stimulation on pain and anxiety during intravenous (IV) cannulation among ch...
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Background: Hypertension is one of the most important causes for cardiovascular disease (CVD) which poses a major public health challenge. Rule of Halves in hypertension has long been used as a standard referral point for level of awareness, treatment& control of blood pressure in general population considering it to be 50 percent at each level.
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India is in dire need of an alternative to general medical practitioners to overcome a severe shortage of doctors, especially in rural and underprivileged regions. Empowering nurses through nurse practitioner (NP) role is the superlative solution to provide quality health care in primary care setting. Based on conceptions and research findings of t...
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Background: The rapid and widespread of the COVID-19 virulent disease has become an important cause of concern among the general public. The declaration of the pandemic has led to a massive public reaction. The perception, anxiety of the general public will perhaps have a major bearing on the course of the coronavirus disease pandemic. Aim: This st...
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Background: The quick and widespread of the COVID-19 virulent disease has become a significant cause of concern among the general public and likely to adapt to this situation. People's adherence to control measures is affected by their knowledge of COVID-19. This study aims to assess the awareness of the Indian population regarding the COVID-19 pan...
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Introduction: Surgery is one of the main reasons for anxiety and fearful experiences of children and their parents. It is reported that up to 60% of young children experience significant preoperative anxiety. Preoperative anxiety is also common among parents, which directly leads to anxiety among children. Parental anxiety can lead to a negative im...
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Background: Freshly registered nurses’ experience of conversion from student to skilled professionals calls for making significant adjustments to shifting personal and professional roles at the beginning of their career as a nurse. Nursing education is aimed to help students to become beginning practitioners in the field of nursing. This study was...
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Introduction: Breastfeeding is a special gift from a mother to her baby. It is the normal way of providing young infants with the nutrients they need for healthy growth and development. To achieve millennium development goals, it is expected to reduce the neonatal mortality by two third of present rate. A newborn baby has only three demands. They a...
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Numerous aspects are advancing at an unimaginable rate and it is not possible to cover all of them during the course of this presentation . This presentation will focus on : 1. Introduction 2. Advances in child care - Family centered care - Child centered care - Involvement of sibling in child care - Involvement of grand parents in child care -...
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Varicose veins are abnormal, dilated blood vessels caused by weakening in the vessel wall. Such conditions that increase pressure on the leg veins such as overweight, lack of exercises, hormonal fluctuations during pregnancy and menopause, smoking; constipation or people who are prolong standing or sedentary position or repeated heavy lifting make...
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Varicose veins are abnormal, dilated blood vessels caused by weakening in the vessel wall. Such conditions that increase pressure on the leg veins such as overweight, lack of exercises, hormonal fluctuations during pregnancy and menopause, smoking; constipation or people who are prolong standing or sedentary position or repeated heavy lifting make...
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Background: Suicide became one amongst the daily news in our day to day life. Despite the very fact that suicide is preventable, yet the suicide rates among youth are mounting up in developing nations. Studies on attitude of youth towards suicide are of great interest to researchers worldwide, however there was limited number of studies been conduc...
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Introduction: Older people have a propensity to have falls commonly, with 1 in 3 elders falling at least once a year also, the tendency of older adults to fall raise with age, more than doubling between 70 and 80 years of age especially during hospitalization. Methods: Cross-sectional descriptive study was carried out on 410 elderly people ages >_...
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The program of National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) was strengthened under the umbrella of National Health Mission (NHM) with the focus of covering rural areas and rural population and expanding health coverage to urban areas. The current study aimed to assess the utilization and level of satisfaction of National Health Mission services by the clie...
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Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency (G6PD deficiency) is an X-linked recessive hereditary disease characterized by abnormally low levels of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase, a metabolic enzyme involved in the pentose phosphate pathway, especially important in red blood cell metabolism. G6PD deficiency is the most common human enzyme defec...
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Temperature measurement procedure being a routine task in inpatient hospital setting takes up a significant proportion of the nurse's time. A quick measurement with least disturbance would be better tolerated. To assess and compare the comfort of temperature measured by tympanic membrane thermometry and temporal artery thermometry with reference to...
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ABSTRACT Introduction: Domestic violence, also known as domestic abuse, spousal abuse, battering, family violence, dating abuse, and intimate partner violence, is a pattern of behavior which involves the abuse by one partner against another in an intimate relationship such as marriage, cohabitation, dating or within the family. Domestic violence ca...
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Gejwal Rimpi Tutor of child health nursing Rpiit college karnal. Abstract Neonatal intensive care units are vulnerable to outbreaks and sporadic incidents infections are determined by the degree of immature of the neonatal immune system. Infection control is the discipline concerned with preventing nosocomial or healthcare-associated infection. Pra...
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Volume 2, Issue 5, Part F Which thermometry is more comfortable for children Temperature measurement procedure being a routine task in inpatient hospital setting takes up a significant proportion of the nurse’s time. A quick measurement with least disturbance would be better tolerated. To assess and compare the comfort of temperature measured by...
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Crouzon syndrome is a rare genetic disorder characterized by distinctive malformations of the skull and facial region. Premature cranial suture closures the most common skull abnormality; Optic disc edema and proptosis are among the most common ocular findings. Crouzon syndrome is an autosomal dominant disorder with complete penetrance and variable...
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Nursing informatics is a combination of computer, information, and nursing sciences. This new and expanding field addresses the efficient and effective use of information for nurses. Preparing nurses for computerization is essential to confront an explosion of sophisticated computerized technology in the workplace. It is critical in a competitive h...
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Transient tachypnea of the newborn (TTN) is a self-limited disease common in infants throughout the world and is encountered by all neonatologist who care for newborn. Approximately 1% of infants have some form of respiratory distress that is not associated with infection. Respiratory distress includes both RDS (ie, hyaline membrane disease) and tr...
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A systematic investigation will provide dynamic understanding about the road accidents, incidence, causes and actions for traffic safety among adolescents according to demographic and clinical data on all accident victims admitted age between 12 and 20 years. There were 257 (95.2%) males and 13 (4.8%) females. There were 12 (4.4%) deaths, 9 (75%) d...
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Background: The minor disorders are most common among newborns, neglecting the minor health problem is the one of the factor contributing to the newborn mortality rate. In India most the mothers are not aware of management regarding minor disorders of newborn (vomiting, constipation, diarrhea, physiological jaundice, conjunctivitis, umbilical cord...
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A systematic investigation of urodynamics will provide an explanation and comprehension of various invasive and non invasive investigations involved in urodynamics such as uroflowmetry, post void residual measurement, cystometric test, leak point pressure measurement, pressure flow study, electromyography, video Urodynamic tests. This simple, painl...
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Background: Evaluation of body temperature is one of the oldest known diagnostic methods and is still an important sign of health and disease, both in everyday life and in medical care. Objective: To assess and compare the accuracy of temperature measured by tympanic membrane thermometry and temporal artery thermometry with reference to the axillar...
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Background: The minor disorders are most common among newborns, neglecting the minor health problem is the one of the factor contributing to the newborn mortality rate. In India most the mothers are not aware of management regarding minor disorders of newborn (vomiting, constipation, diarrhea, physiological jaundice, conjunctivitis, umbilical cord...
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Pressure ulcers are a common problem in health care and represent a significant burden on patients. The costs of prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers are considerable. The reported incidence of pressure ulcer in acute care facilities ranges from 2.7% to 29.5% and approximately 5–8% annually and 25–85% of these patients develop a pressure sor...

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