The pilot study was conducted in Pediatric ward at GovernmentRajajiHospital, Madurai from 06.03.2017 to 11.03.2017 to test the feasibility of setting, samples, relevance and practicability of the intervention among 5 children those who are in nasogastric tube and not able to met the oral hygiene. Informed written and oral consent was obtained from the caregivers of nasogastric tube children. Subjects were selected by consecutive sampling technique. Pre assessment of level of dry mouth was done with the help of Beck’s oral assessment scale. Oral care was provided three times a day for consecutive 3 days. On the fourth day morning post test was done with the same tool. The findings evidenced that, there was significant statistical difference in pre-test and post test scores on the level of dry mouth . The pilot study findings revealed that setting was feasible and tool was applicable to conduct the main study. The study was practically feasible to be conducted with a larger sample size.
This is to certify that this dissertation titled “A PROSPECTIVE ANALYTICAL STUDY ABOUT CBD STONES IN GOVERNMENTRAJAJIHOSPITAL” submitted by Dr. MOHAN.R to the faculty of General Surgery, The TamilNadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University, Chennai in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of MS degree Branch I General Surgery, is a bonafide research work carried out by him under our direct supervision and guidance from June 2009 to May 2011.
I hereby declare that this dissertation entitled "ANALYTICAL STUDY OF ABDOMINAL WOUND DEHISCENCE AND ITS MANAGEMENT AT GRH MADURAI.", is a bonafide and genuine research work carried out by me after studying the cases admitted to GovernmentRajajiHospital, Madurai attached to Madurai medical College, Madurai, during the period August 2013 to August 2014, under the direct guidance and supervision of Dr. A Sankaramahalingam M.S., Professor of Surgery and Head of the Department of General Surgery, Madurai medical College, Madurai. It is submitted to The Tamil Nadu Dr.M.G.R Medical University, Chennai, in partial fulfilment of its regulation for the award of M.S. (General Surgery) Degree to be held in April 2015.
A STUDY ON NEURODEVELOPMENTAL OUTCOME OF INFANTS WITH HYPOXIC ISCHEMIC ENCEPHALOPATHYAT GOVERNMENT RAJAJI HOSPITAL MADURAI DISSERTATION SUBMITTED FOR THE DEGREE OF M D BRANCH VII (PAEDIATRIC MEDICINE)[.]
It gives me immense pleasure to express my deep sense of gratitude to my Unit chief Prof.Dr.M.Sekaran M.S Department of General Surgery, GovernmentRajajiHospital and Madurai Medical College for this excellence guidance and valuable suggestion during the course of study and in preparation of this dissertation.
Title: Psychiatric morbidity among alcoholic patients in psychiatric OPD at GovernmentRajajiHospital, Madurai. Objectives: To assess the psychiatric morbidity among alcoholic patients in psychiatric OPD. To associate the psychiatric morbidity among alcoholic patients in psychiatric OPD with their socio demographic variables Hypotheses: There is statistically significant relationship between the psychiatric morbidity and alcoholism among alcoholic patients. There is statistically significant association between the psychiatric morbidity among alcoholic patients with their selected socio demographic variables Methodology: Non experimental descriptive design was used, 100 Alcoholic patients were selected by non-probability (consecutive) sampling and assessed through Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview tool. Results: The study revealed that majority of the Alcoholic patients had various psychiatric morbidity. Conclusion: The study findings evidence that psychiatric morbidity is common in people with alcohol dependence and need integrated strategies for the identification and management of both alcohol dependence and co morbid psychiatric disorders .
Lengthy periods of immobilization are emotionally stressful for patients. Immobility related problems include pressure ulcers, pneumonia, constipation, loss of appetite, urinary stasis, urinary track infections and venous stasis or deep vein thrombosis. When the complications due to immobilization are prevented it helps an individual to be physically, emotionally and psychologically sound. These complications can be prevented through simple basic patient care like skincare, active-passive exercises, changing position and deep breathing exercises. Nurses have a key role in prevention of these complications by educating the patients. Hence the study was conducted “To evaluate the effectiveness of structured teaching programme regarding prevention of selected complications among immobilized orthopeadic patients in GovernmentRajajiHospital, Madurai.
Title: To assess the psychological and social impact on epilepsy among epileptic clients attending neuro outpatient departments at governmentRajajihospital madurai. Objectives: To assess the psychological and social impacts of epilepsy among epileptic clients attending neuro out patients department at governmentRajajihospital madurai. To compare the psychological and social impacts of epilepsy among male and female epileptic clients attending neuro out patients department at governmentRajajihospital, madurai. To associate the psychological and social impacts of epilepsy among epileptic clients with their selected socio demographic variable. To distribute the instructional module to reduce psychological and social impacts of epileptic clients attending neuro Out Patients Department at governmentRajajihospital, Madurai. Conceptual frame work: Modified ,GD MHDQ 2UODQGR¶V SURIHVVLRQDO UHVSRQVH WKHRU\ Methodology: quantitative approach with descriptive design. Univariant non probability consecutive sampling technique was adopted. Setting: The study was conducted at Neuro outpatient department, GovernmentRajajiHospital Madurai. Data collected by using standardized QOLIE-31 tool. Assessed psychological and social impacts of epilepsy (n=136) on day38, the data collection was over. Conclusion: The study revealed that was most of the clients were on moderate psychological and social impacts of epilepsy also there was a difference in male and female of psychological and social impacts at p 0.0001 level of significance. Based on one way ANNOVA selected demographic variables such as age,
I am extremely thankful to Dr. MARUDHUPANDIYAN, M.S, Dean, Madurai Medical College, and Medical Superintendent, GovernmentRajajiHospital, Madurai for permitting me to use the college and hospital facilities for this study. I express my sincere and heartfelt gratitude to Prof.Dr.G.Geetharani M.D., D.D., Professor and Head of the Department of Dermatology, Madurai medical college, Madurai, for her excellent guidance and supervision for this dissertation work. Her commitment, devotion and perfection in work gave me the drive for completing the project successfully.
According to Shukla 1988 the incidence of abdominal tuberculosis is high in India. But recent literature indicates that the disease is also prevalent all over the world (Chen ws Taiwan 1992). Shafer RW New York reports those 47 cases in 1983 and 113 cases in 1988. In GovernmentRajajiHospital, Madurai, Tamilnadu over 24 months of study, 60 cases are reported in various surgical units and treated as inpatients. In United Kingdom the frequency has recently increased due to arrival of Asian immigrants (VK Kapoor and L.K. Sharma 1988).
This is to certify that this dissertation work titled ““A COMPARITIVE STUDY ON DIATHERMY Vs SCALPEL SKIN INCISIONS IN ABDOMINAL SURGERIES IN GOVERNMENTRAJAJIHOSPITAL MADURAI” of the candidate Dr. ARUN GURU K with registration number 221611102 for the award of M.S Degree in the branch of GENERAL SURGERY. I personally verified the urkund.com website for the purpose of plagiarism check. I found that the uploaded thesis file contains introduction to conclusion pages and result shows 10 percentage of plagiarism in the dissertation.
This is to certify that the dissertation entitled “A STUDY OF INCIDENCE AND PATHOLOGICAL PATTERN OF CARCINOMA OESOPHAGUS AT GOVERNMENTRAJAJIHOSPITAL, MADURAI” submitted by Dr.K.SELVAKUMAR to the Faculty of General Surgery, The Tamil Nadu Dr.M.G.R. Medical university, Chennai in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of M.S. Degree in General Surgery is a bonafide work carried out by him during the period of Nov 2007 – Nov 2009 under my direct supervision and guidance.
The pilot study was conducted in NICU at GovernmentRajajiHospital, Madurai from 21.05.2018 to 27.05.20187 to test the feasibility of setting, samples, relevance and practicability of the intervention among 10 babies with Hyperbilirubinemia. Informed written and oral consent was obtained from the mothers of babies with Hyperbilirubinemia. Subjects were selected by simple random sampling technique. Pre assessment level of Hyperbilirubinemia was done with the help of Adopted Kramer’s scale. In group-I provide Continuous phototherapy 2 hours on 30 minutes off and group-II provide intermittent phototherapy 1 hour on 1 hour off, six times daily for 6 consecutive days. The post test was conducted at 6th day by using Adopted Kramer’s scale .The findings evidenced that, there was significant statistical difference in pre-test and post test scores on the level of bilirubin. The pilot study findings revealed that setting was feasible and tool was applicable to conduct the main study. The study was practically feasible to be conducted with a large sample size. The findings of the pilot study revealed that the tool was feasible and practicable.
I Dr.K.HEMALATHA declare that, I carried out this work on, “STUDY ON NON TRAUMATIC ULCER IN UPPER LIMB” AT GRH, MADURAI, at the Department of surgery, Govt. RajajiHospital during the period of June 2006 to June 2008. I also declare that this bonafide work or a part of this work was not submitted by me or any others for any award, degree, diploma to any other University, Board either in India or abroad.
environment, where approximately 25% to 30% of unselected patients develop some degree of AKI, although again estimates vary considerable depending on the definition used and the population case mix. Renal replacement therapy is typically required in 5% to 6% of the general ICU population or 8.8 to 13.4 cases per 100,000 population/year 37-42 AKI is also a major medical complication in the developing world and in the tropics. 33 In this setting, diarrheal illnesses, infectious diseases like malaria and leptospirosis, and natural disasters such as earthquakes are common. 33 AKI is associated with a greatly increased risk of in-hospital mortality. In those admitted in the intensive care units, mortality rates may exceed 50%. 33