October-December 2021 Issue

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COMPARISON OF SpO2 IN DIFFERENT FINGERS OF DOMINANT AND NON-DOMINANT HAND OF RIGHT AND LEFT-HANDED SUBJECTS

Yasmeen Khan1Mitesh Sinha2
1- Director Professor, Department of Medicine, LSLAM Govt. Medical College, Raigarh, C.G. 2- Associate Professor, Department of Physiology, LSLAM Govt. Medical College, Raigarh, C.G

Abstract

Pulse oximetry is a frequently used tool in measuring SpO2. It gives valuable information about arterial oxygen content, tissue perfusion and heart beat rate. This study compares capillary haemoglobin oxygen saturation (SpO2) values among every finger of the two hands in subjects with different handedness. SpO2 measurement from the fingers of the both hands with the pulse oximetry, the middle finger and thumb have statistically significant higher value when compared with others fingers of the hand. But no statistically significant difference is found in between dominant and non- dominant hand.

Sustainable Development Goals in 2020-21: Factsheet of Chhattisgarh, India

Nirmal Verma1, Kamlesh Jain2, Rahul Kumar Sahu3, Harsh Deep3, Abhijeet Banerjee3
1. Professor & Head, Department of Community Medicine, Pt. J.N.M. Medical College, Raipur (C.G)
2. Associate Professor, Department of Community Medicine, Pt. J.N.M. Medical College, Raipur (C.G)
3. Postgraduate Scholar, Department of Community Medicine, Pt. J.N.M. Medical College, Raipur (C.G)

ABSTRACT

The sustainable development encompasses the achievement of three interconnected objectives, i.e., economic development, social inclusion, and environmental sustainability which are necessary for the well-being of individuals and societies. Countries adopted on September 25, 2015, a set of 17 goals and 169 targets to end poverty and hunger ensure healthy lives, promotion of well-being, inclusive and quality education for all, achievement of gender equality by empowering all women and girls, ensuring access to safe water and sanitation, energy, information and technology, reduce inequality within and among countries, make cities safe and sustainable, ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns, take urgent action to combat climate change, conserve and sustainably use the oceans and seas, manage forests to protect biodiversity, promote just, peaceful and inclusive societies, and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development. This paper makes an attempt to understand the challenges encountered by Chhattisgarh in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. The paper also makes an attempt to suggest measures to overcome the challenges.

Management of discoloured, non-vital tooth by “in-office” bleaching technique Conservative Approach: Case report

Jandel Singh Thakur, Associate Professor, Dental Department, CIMS, Bilaspur

ABSTRACT

Discolouration of tooth can cause considerable aesthetic concern for many patients. Based on the clinical reports, non-vital tooth bleaching is a viable, aesthetic treatment for the discoloured, non-vital endodontically treated tooth. This case report presents “in-office” bleaching method in non-vital endodontically treated tooth. After successful endodontic treatment maxillary central incisor tooth was bleached by 37.5% hydrogen peroxide gel activated by a standard curing light unit. Radiographically, there was no evidence of cervical or apical resorption after regular follow-ups.

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