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It is hereby declared that all the abstracts contained in this book are part of papers published by SEASN members and that SEASN and CGSS makes no claim on their intellectual property rights. Introduction AIMST UNIVERSITY A prospective survey and analysis of nosocomial infections in a tertiary care teaching hospital in South India 1.2 Newer teaching technologies in Anaesthesia: Role of simulation 1.3 Antioxidant and Antibacterial Activity of Different Parts of Leucas aspera 1.4 Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus nasal carriage among patients and healthcare workers in a hospital in Kelantan, Malaysia 1.5 A rapid DNA biosensor for the molecular diagnosis of infectious disease 1.6 In vitro antioxidant and anticancer activity studies on Drosera indica L.This book is made available by way of fair dealing for purposes of non-profit research, private study, criticism, review or reporting of current events, subject to the condition that if such use is public, it is accompanied by an acknowledgement of the title of the work and its authorship. (droseraceae) 1.7 Preliminary studies on antimicrobial activity of Swietenia macrophylla leaf extract 1.8 In vivo toxicity study of Lantana camara 1.9 Cardiovascular Pleiotropic Actions of DPP-4 Inhibitors: A Step at the Cutting Edge in Understanding their Additional Therapeutic Potentials 1.10 Knowledge, attitude, and practices regarding whole body donation among medical professionals in a hospital in India 1.11 Types of Endophytic Bacteria Associated with Traditional Medicinal Plant Lantana camara Linn 1.12 Isolation and identification of bacterial endophytes from pharmaceutical agarwoodproducing Aquilaria species Endophytic bacteria as a source of novel antibiotics: An overview I 1.14 Diversity of Endophytic Bacteria in Malaysian Plants as Revealed by 16S rrna Encoding Gene Sequence Based Method of Bacterial Identification 1.15 Nutritional Labeling and Health Claims on Infant Food Products Marketed in India and Malaysia: Implications on Infant Oral Health 1.16 Factors associated with infections in diabetic population 1.17 Serological prediction of infections in diabetic patients with diabetes ketoacidosis in Penang, Malaysia 1.18 Appraisal of GABA and PABA as linker: design and synthesis of novel benzamide based histone deacetylase inhibitors 1.19 Understanding, perceptions and self-use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) among Malaysian pharmacy students 1.20 Epidemiological analysis of typhoid fever in Kelantan from a retrieved registry 1.21 A nanoformulation of sirna and its role in cancer therapy: In vitro and in vivo evaluation 1.22 Polyalthia longifolia sonn: an ancient remedy to explore for novel therapeutic agents 1.23 Cassia spectabilis (DC) Irwin et Barn: A promising traditional herb in health improvement 1.24 Potential drug candidates for fast dissolving drug delivery - A review 1.25 P An open non-randomised study of course and clinical characteristics of bipolar mixed state in comparison with bipolar manic and depressed state in a tertiary hospital 1.26 Prevalence and clinical characteristics of oral tori among outpatients in northern Malaysia 1.27 A novel drug delivery systems of colon targeted: A review 1.28 Evaluation of hepatoprotective effect of methanolic extract of Clitoria ternatea (Linn.) flower against acetaminophen-induced liver damage II 1.29 Beliefs and practices surrounding postpartum period among Myanmar women 1.30 Herbal remedies for combating irradiation: A green antiirradiation approach 1.31 Effectiveness of Direct vs Indirect Technique Myofascial Release in the Management of Tension-type Headache 1.32 Cost-effectiveness Analysis for the Use of Serum Antiepileptic Drug Level Monitoring in Children Diagnosed with Structural-Metabolic Epilepsy 1.33 Method development and validation of a liquid chromatographic - Mass spectrometric method for clarithromycin in human plasma 1.34 Antimicrobial Activity of Different Tissues of Snakehead Fish Channa striatus (Bloch) 1.35 Chemical characterisation and antifungal activity of methanolic extract of Cinnamomum verum J.5.32 Thai nurses experience of caring for persons with life-sustaining technologies in intensive care settings: A phenomenological study 5.33 The development of clinical nursing practice guideline for initial assessment in multiple injury patients admitted to trauma ward XIV 6.0 TAYLOR S UNIVERSITY Effect of spiritual intelligence, emotional intelligence, psychological ownership and burnout on caring behaviour of nurses: A cross-sectional study 6.2 Antifungal activity of Rhizome coptidis and Alpinia galangal against Candida species 6.3 Acute, reproductive toxicity and two-generation teratology studies of a standardized quassinoid-rich extract of Eurycoma longifolia jack in Sprague-Dawley rats 6.4 Estrogenic assessment of Labisia pumila extracts using a human endometrial cell line 6.5 Estrogenic and anti-proliferative activity of water extract of Glycyrhizzic uralensis (licorice root) 6.6 Therapeutic effects of glycyrrhizic acid 7.0 UNIVERSITI KEBANGSAAN MALAYSIA Association between maternal food group intake and birth size 7.2 Anatomical evaluation of first dorsal compartment of the hand a study in South Indian cadavers 7.3 Antioxidant activity of methanol extract of Tinospora crispa and Tabernaemontana corymbosa 7.4 Developing correlation equations for converting among coliforms, E.

This publication will be a medium to exchange research findings in sustainability and to promote sustainability at the global level for the benefit of the wider community of higher educational institutions.

Incidentally, WEHAB was launched at the World Summit on Sustainable Development by Kofi Annan in 2002 as a priority set of sectors for sustainability implementation.

When we add the three cross sectoral issues, the approach becomes very comprehensive and a broad treatment WEHAB 3 would cover almost all major sustainability challenges.

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Tropical diseases such as malaria and African guinea worm are closely linked with polluted water sources and poor sanitation.

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