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Comparison of reduction capabilities between two activated carbon forms from Ipomea batatas peelings toward Escherichia coli load.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-SU-1609051122008
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Bridget B. De Jesus, Leanne Jessa G. Gumahad, Francine Nicole F. Lerio, Juri Nazareth M. Ochotorena, Jxyf Raymond M. Pimentel, Erica Mei N. Sysing
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Using activated carbon as an efficient water filter has been adopted by the population lately.  In response to the increase of demand of activated carbon, many studies have been done in order to procure it from natural waste materials.  Escherichia coli  h . . .
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Plant sterol content determined as cholesterol in 12 vegetable oils sold in supermarkets within Dumaguete City.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-SU-1608251135449
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Mark Anthony  O. Arombo, Christine Grace G. Banono, Mary Riva B. Gaga-a, Precious Rea Flor V. Mancao
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This study aims to determine which among the twelve (12) vegetable oils sold in the supermarkets of Dumaguete City, according to type and brand of oil, contain the highest concentration of plant sterols with more potential benefits. The 12 samples were sent to the Che . . .
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Isolation and identification of pathogenic bacteria from cell phones of nurses in hospital emergency rooms.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-SU-16082415172655
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Charmie Amaro, Kurt Louie Bautista, Jelly Miel Bee, Bea Berenguel, Glorianne Ferraren, Abegail Gunday, Stezza Libradilla, Jennilyn Pacurza, Dorlen Tubelleja
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Cellphones have been known to be breeding grounds for bacteria, and the degree of contamination can be associated with one's profession. Nurses are among the ones who are at the highest risk for bacterial contamination in cellphones since they are exposed to a variety . . .
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Determination of pathogenic and non-pathogenic bacteria on the grab rails of ceres buses in Negros Oriental.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-SU-16082316333927
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Bechie Pearl A. Cabug-os, Chewie T. Cataylo, Janela Ann D. Paro-an, Jecelle Lee A. Tulabing, Beverly Jed F. Turtal
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This study aimed to identify whether there may be presence of pathogenic and non-pathogenic bacteria on the grab rails of air-conditioned and non-air-conditioned Ceres buses plying the Dumaguete-Bacolod route as well as its bacterial load.  Data collection was done t . . .
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Determination of pathogenic bacteria in the air conditioning units of medical wards in private hospitals of Dumaguete City.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-SU-16082314411332
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Lorvijan Avila, Mavil Bermoy, Abigail Binatero, Norberto Miguel Denura, Mary Antoniet Delara, Justine Alaina Miranda, Korina Gretta Nuñez, Louise Ceazar Ordoña, Jonnel Sarte, Diana Lawraine Talian
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Nosocomial infections, also known as hospital acquired infections, have become one of the leading health care problems in the world today.  With this, a study to determine the presence of pathogenic bacteria in the air conditioning units of the medical wards in the p . . .
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Bacterial occurence in two types of ambulances in Dumaguete City.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-SU-16082311453938
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Patrick Anthony B. Bayato, Marisol  E. Sanico, Maria Isabelle N. Teves, Ernest Jay V. Ureta, Jorence Calenlo M. Villanueva, Denise Joy  C. Zerna
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This research sought to determine and compare the presence of bacteria, the type of bacteria, and bacterial load inside private and public ambulances in Dumaguete City.  Two ambulances from each institution were swabbed in their selected parts.  After the sample col . . .
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Incidence of stroke & compliance rates to physical therapy treatment of stroke survivors admitted at Negros Oriental Provincial Hospital (NOPH).

HERDIN Record No.
R07-SU-16082209404212
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Russ Domini N. Loriega, Nicholas George A. Neubauer
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Bacterial load and identification of Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus on selected equipment in air-conditioned and non-air-conditioned fitness gyms in Dumaguete City.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-SU-1608160925157
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Megan R. Bello, John Lester L. Nacua, Luke Norvince R. Tolentino, Kimberly Anne A. Vertulfo
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This study aims to contribute to the society's knowledge and safety regarding the bacterial load and the presence of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) in fitness gyms around Dumaguete City.  Six working fitness gyms within three hundred met . . .
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Intensity of cervical pain and its association to the age, body type and body mass index (BMI) among porters in Dumaguete City and Sibulan Seaports.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-SU-16081208542442
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Jeane Rene Bacala, Godwin Alf Ciriaco, Reuben Sean Dablo, Alyssa  Marcon, Angel Mary Siage Sarvida, Precious  Trinidad, Kevin Raj Villegas, Julie Ann  Yongco
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Previous literatures have cited increased incidence of pain if a person is older, ectomorphic and obese. The main purpose of this study is for the researchers to know if age, body type and body mass index (BMI) among seaporters in Dumaguete City and Sibulan has association with the intensity of c . . .
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Potential pathogens in ready-to-eat vegetables from Tabo sa PAO, Daro Dumaguete Agricultural Market.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-SU-16081009214124
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Gilles Aballe, Jonathan Amante III, John Paul Apostol, Chris Anthony Enrera, Glen Paglinawan
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     Fruits and vegetables on the plant fields or orchards, during harvesting, transport, processing, distribution, and marketing, or in our home can be contaminated with bacterial pathogens that can cause human diseases.  . . .
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