ECONOMIC VIEW OF MIDDLE INCOME GROUPS CARDIAC CARE SERVICES IN PRIVATE HOSPITALS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO METROPOLITAN CITY OF CHENNAI By Sindhu T.S.

Abstract Private Hospital Treatments of Cardiac Disease is little costlier for the divergent standard of people in Chennai, Middle income peoples are facing the Socio-Economic Burden to get their treatments in Private Hospitals, Medicines per month of this disease are little Expensive, Cost of diagnosing the cardiac diseases through ECG, CT scans, Echocardiograph, Angiogram, etc. are little expensive it comes around Rs. 50,000, The main burden of the disease are faced by the person is at the time of Surgery and Sometimes it leads to change the financial capacity of…

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COMPULSORY LICENSING OF PATENTED PHARMACEUTICALS By Aswathy Asok

Abstract The TRIPS Agreement mandated patent protection to pharmaceutical products. This caused apprehension in the developing countries about the affordability, accessibility and availability of the life-saving drugs. But the TRIPS Agreement along with the Doha Declaration has offered ample flexibilities to these countries. One of such flexibilities is the system of compulsory license. Developing countries can make use of this practice whenever they met with public health issues. Thus if the patentee abuses his exclusive right so as to make the drug unaffordable to public or if the State is…

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A STUDY ON HUMOUR STYLE BASED ON GENDER By Surya Thankappan and Boban Eranimos

Abstract The present study investigates the humour style based on gender. The total sample consisted of 30 subjects, which include 15 males and 15 females. The descriptive survey method was used for the present study. Purposive sampling method was used for sample selection. Humour Styles Questionnaire, (HSQ) were used to assessing the humour style of the individual. Results revealed that males are higher in the aggressive humour than females. There were no significant differences in affliative humour, self-enhancing humour and self-defeating humour with respect to gender.

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INDIAN MEDICAL SCIENCE IN ANCIENT SANSKRIT- A STUDY By Dr. Pujarani Ghose

Abstract Sanskrit was the language of our ancient India. Knowledge of the great scientific achievements of our ancestors and our scientific heritage will give us the encouragement and moral strength to once again to take India to the forefront of science in the modern world. The word ‘Sanskrit’ means ‘pure, refined or perfect’. It was not for nothing that it was called the ‘devavani’ (language of Gods). It has an outstanding place in our culture and indeed was recognized as language of rare sublimity by the whole world. Sanskrit was…

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