The Effect of Stress Management Training through PRECEDE-PROCEED Model on Occupational Stress among Nurses and Midwives at Iran Hospital, Iranshahr LC01-LC05
Diabetes Mellitus among Newly Diagnosed Tuberculosis Patients in Tribal Odisha: An Exploratory Study LC06-LC08
Why Should Viral Markers Be Mandatory in Ocular Surgeries: A Hospital Based Retrospective Study LC09-LC11
Serum FRAP Levels and Pre-eclampsia among Pregnant Women in a Rural Community of Northern India LC12-LC15
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