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  • SURVIVAL ANALYSIS OF PEDIATRIC CANCER PATIENTS IN SRI LANKA: GRAPHICAL APPROACH


H.A.H.C Munasinghe

Abstract:
Globally several studies have assessed the survival of cancer patients including cancers in pediatric age group. However there are limited publications on survival of cancer patients in developing countries. So far, no study was conducted in Sri Lanka to assess the survival status of cancers in pediatric age group. The objective of this study was to estimate the survival time for a group of cancer patients and to compare survival time between two or more groups. Another objective of this study was to assess the relationship between explanatory variables and survival time of cancer patients.


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  • MODELLING SRI LANKAN OIL DEMAND: AN ECONOMETRIC APPROACH


M.A.H.C Munasinghe1, T.M.J.A. Cooray2

Abstract:
This study examines the effect of economic variables, Goss Domestic Product (GDP), Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), Population and Oil Price on oil consumption in Sri Lanka using an Error Correction Model. Yearly data of oil consumption, Goss Domestic Product (GDP), Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), Sri Lankan population and crude oil price during the period 1988 – 2013 were used in the analysis. All the data have been obtained by the online data sources of World Bank and United States energy information administration. This research involves estimating the elasticity of Goss Domestic Product (GDP), Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), Sri Lankan population and crude oil price on crude oil consumption in Sri Lanka.


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  • A Pre-experimental study to evaluate the effectiveness of planned teaching programme on knowledge regarding Measles Rubella (MR) vaccination among mothers of children aged below 15 years in selected rural areas of Gurugram Haryana.


Bharti1, M.K Swapna2, Binita mishra3

Abstract:
A Present study was conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of planned teaching programme on knowledge regarding Measles Rubella (MR) vaccination among mothers of children aged below 15 years. A quantitative research approach and pre experimental research design one group pre test post test was used to assess the effectiveness of planned teaching program sample size was 100,sampling technique used was non probability purposive Result: The result reveals that 83% of mothers were having inadequate knowledge in pre test and 17% of the mothers were having moderately adequate knowledge. And in post test (62%) of mothers are having adequate knowledge and (37%)of mothers having moderately adequate knowledge. Pre-test mean score and SD was 4.45±3.198 and post- test mean score and SD was17.75±4.1 08, The calculated paired t test value is 37.871 and it was significant which is more than the table t-value at 0.05 level of significance. There is a significant relationship of knowledge regarding MR vaccination with education(x2=38.154),occupation(x2=25.346) and previous knowledge(x2=18.25) at 0.05 level of significance..Conclusion: The Planned Teaching Program was found to be effective in increasing the knowledge of mothers regarding MR vaccination


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  • SECURITY FRAMEWORK FOR FILE TRANSFER IN A DISTRIBUTED ENVIRONMENT


1* Edward N. Udo, 1Ini J. Umoeka and 1Ndifreke A. Johnson

Abstract:
In today’s world, computers in corporate organizations, institutions and establishments are working collaboratively with other computers for the purpose of data transfer, processing, and storage. As these collaborations are expanding daily, the infrastructures within a distributed environment are exposed to multiple attacks such as leakage, tampering, vandalism and spoofing. Security therefore continues to remain a major challenge in a distributed environment, even when several available security models are already developed and deployed.


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  • EFFECT OF KOLA NUT ( COLA NITIDA ) EXTRACT ON SOME BIOCHEMICAL LIVER MARKER USING RAT MODEL


Abeer M Waggas ; Waffa A Zabarmawi ; laila A Hummdi

Abstract:
Cola nitida is native to west Africa and now cultivated around the world for its seeds called kola nut . The daily intraperiotoneal (i.p.) injection of (10mg/kg body wt ) Kola nut extract for 60 days caused a significant increase in : aspartate aminotransferase (AST) , alanine aminotransferase (ALT ), alkaline phosphatase (ALP) , gamma-glutamyl transferase (GGT) , albumin and total bilirubin in all time intervals . The increase still significant after the withdrawal of the extract . This is may be due to the presence of caffeine which caused increase activation of : AST, ALT, ALP, GGT, albumin and total bilirubin . kola nut may a harmful effect , So prolong usage must be avoided .


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