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Displaying 1 through 10 of 12 Cyber Lectures in Specialty: Occupational Health

Handgrip Strength Testing Instrument and Protocol: A Review of Literature - Nitesh Bansal, M. Ramprasand, C.S. Panda
Background: Testing grip strength is a popular assessment used by Physiotherapists and Occupational therapists in wide range of clinical settings. There are numerous measures of grip strength evaluation involving a diverse range of asses...

Heat and Testis - Rima Dada, N.P. Gupta, K. Kucheria
Radiant heat is detrimental to the male reproductive system (MRS). Teratoasthenozoospermia was observed in men exposed to high temperatures. The etiology of oligozoospermia and azoospermia is largely undetermined. Various occupational an...

Noise Pollution and Health - Prabhat Kumar, Kailash Sharma, F.A. Ansari
Increasing urbanization and industrialization creates a lot of problems on environment as well as on our health. Water and Air pollution are referred as major environmental pollution and get a great attention of researchers. But now days...

Optometrists and Occupational Health - R. Hema, Dr. P P Santanam
Role of Optometrists in Occupational Health The aim of occupational health can be summarised as "The adaptation of work to main and of each man to his job. "This implies that the physical and mental capacities of the individual...

Sister Chromatid Exchange and Pulmonary Function Tests - Vandana Dhir, Asha Singh and K.K. Jain
A Correlative Study of Sister Chromatid Exchange and Pulmonary Function Tests in Industrial Workers Industrialization coupled with vehicular pollution, has proved to be a double edged sword over the years. They are gradually affecting th...

Colour Vision and Occupation - Shankaran Ramaswamy
Colour Blindness The term colour blindness is a common but misleading term that implies total loss of colour vision. In most cases the defect is usually only partial and the term “colour defective vision” would be more approp...

Epidemiology for Occupational Health Services - Arin Basu
Abstract Epidemiology the basic science of public health – is defined as the study of distribution and determinants of diseases in populations. Epidemiology, when conducted in an occupational setting, can provide vital clues about ...

First Aid Management - Dr. A. Malik
This is a powerpoint presentation entitled “*Emergency First Aid Management”* that will be especially useful for industrial doctors for giving training (part of our routine job) to the employees on industrial first aid mana...

Neurodegenerative Disorders and Oxidative Stress - Govind Singh, V. K. Khanna, M. Parle and A.B. Pant
Studies using experimental models and human brain have demonstrated the possible role of oxidative stress in neuronal degenerative disorders like, epilepsy, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease (AD), Parkinson’s disease (PD), Huntingt...

Safety in Use of Chemicals - Pranjal J. Goswami, Manjree
In India, the Bhopal Gas Tragedy had triggered awareness on chemical risk and safety associated with industries. Many chemical safety guidelines have been adopted since this accident, but still in a large number of industries this issue ...

Displaying 1 through 10 of 12 Cyber Lectures in Specialty: Occupational Health