Malda Medical College & Hospital

Malda, India

Malda Medical College & Hospital

Malda, India
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Mandal D.K.,LSK Hospital | Prasant Kumar P.,LSK Hospital | Prasad U.S.,LSK Hospital | Datta S.,LSK Hospital | And 2 more authors.
Bangladesh Journal of Medical Science | Year: 2017

Problem statement: perinatal asphyxia, neonatal or birth asphyxia is a medical condition from deprivation of oxygen to a newborn infant long enough during the process to cause physical usually to the brain. And it is almost all neonatal deaths occur in our rural and urban area. Where the majority is delivered at homes with negligible antenatal care and poor prenatal services. Methods: In this collaborative study conducted prospective, descriptive study. As a case of 150 newborn babies and as a control 1190 newborn babies are fulfilled the selection criteria for prenatal and birth asphyxia. Results: Incidence of birth asphyxia in relation to ante partum and intrapartum factors. And shows that mother with complication like eclampsia, APH, PROM, cord accidents, failed progress of labor, obstructive labor & prolong 2nd stage of labor, etc were more likely to deliver asphyxiated baby, and analysis of maternal risk factors for birth asphyxia. Many pathological, biochemical & metabolic changes occurs as a result of birth asphyxia. And the data were analyzed by slandered statistical test, namely, Z test, Chi square test, and uniovariate and ultivariate logistic regression analysis of risk factor. Conclusion: In our study it was observed that, Pregnancy related complication in rural & urban population of Kishanganj district was mostly Eclampsia, pre-eclamptic toxaemia, Oligohydramnios, PROM(M24hr) etc. To prevent birth asphyxia trained personal and neonatal resuscitation equipment should be mandatory in all maternity home/hospital because prevention is the best and be only option to reduce the Pre natal & birth asphyxia. © 2017, Ibn Sina Trust. All rights reserved.


Sarkar S.,Malda Medical College & Hospital | Dawn I.,Malda Medical College & Hospital
Bangladesh Journal of Medical Science | Year: 2017

Background: The commonest cause of mortality & morbidity in Type 2 diabetes is cerebrovascular accident & coronary artery disease. The study shows that only good blood glucose control, along with BP control in Type 2 diabetic patients cannot reduce mortality & morbidity due to cerebrovascular accident & coronary artery disease; but dyslipidaemia & life style modification is the cornerstone to reduce mortality & morbidity for those events. Dyslipidaemia in diabetes mellitus is a common accompaniment. Prevalence of lipid profile abnormality may not uncommon in young Type 2 diabetics which is common in elderly Type 2 diabetic patients. Aims: The aim of the study is to look after the prevalence of dyslipidaemia in younger age group & to compare it with elderly age group with the same anthropometric parameters. Methodolgy: A prospective cohort study was undertaken to find out the prevalence of diabetic dyslipidemia in younger and adult age group among patients attending Medical OPD & Diabetic clinic in M.G.M. Medical college &L.S.K. Hospital, Kishanganj, Bihar& to compare it between young and adult age group. Results: In the present study majority of patients of older age group have high LDL and low HDL in comparison to younger age group. Increased triglyceride level is not significantly high. Conclusion: Aggressive therapy of diabetic dyslipidemia will probably reduce the risk of CHD in patients with diabetes. Primary therapy should be directed first at lowering LDL levels & improving HDL levels. © 2017, Ibn Sina Trust. All rights reserved.


Nandi S.,Malda Medical College & Hospital | Bhattacharjee S.,Institute of Psychiatry | Debnath S.,Medical College | Choudhury S.,Medical College | Bhattacharjee A.,Burdwan Medical College & Hospital
Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development | Year: 2015

Background: Various researches in India failed to show diagnosable psychiatric disorders in Deliberate Self Harm (DSH). Faulty coping styles in stressful life situations are the key to the cause of this distinct type of suicide. Objective: To study the difference in coping mechanism of two distinct group of suicide –‘Failed suicide’ and’Deliberate Self Harm’. Material & Method: It is a cross sectional study. Seventy consecutive patients, surviving a suicide attempt, were studied for suicide intent and coping strategies, using specific scales. Grouping was done by the dimension of suicide intent. Coping strategies were looked for their significant distribution accordingly in various groups. Results: Median value of suicide intent was 16. 28(40%) subjects were the DSH and 42(60%) were Failed Suicide survivors. In Brief Cope scale DSH group showed significantly difference in the Emotional support (p=0.001), Positive Reframing (p=0.007), Acceptance(p=0.049), Instrumental Support(p=0.014) – coping from Failed Suicide group. Conclusions: DSH group had difference in their coping mechanism from Failed suicide group. © 2015, Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development. All rights reserved.

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