The prevalence rate of the disease was higher in males than in females with the ratio being 2.59:1. And children under 15 years of age were predominantly affected, accounting for 96.09%of all the cases, with 78.34% falling into the age group of 6-10 years and primary school students constituting 62.47%of all the patients.
Results Total infection rate was 57.58%, with a higher infection rate of Eg in university students (71.15%) than either in high school students(53.49%) or in middle school students(42.47%), and lowest in the primary school students(39.13%).
The authors analyzed physical development and training, nonspecific immunity, free-radical oxidation, hemodynamic indices, and autonomic regulation in pupils from the first to ninth grade levels of a new educational institution (gymnasium).
They 104 examined pupils (53 girls and 51 boys) of the fourth form of a secondary school between the ages of nine and ten over the school year.
Reaction of Cardiac Activity of Senior Pupils of Schools Providing Differentiated Education upon Examination Stress
It is found that the condition for aberration-free formation of three-dimensional images consists not only in the elimination of aberrations for a pair of conjugate object and image planes, but also in the correction of aberrations in pupils.
The energy distribution in the image point is calculated for aberration-free optical systems with circular and annular pupils in the Fraunhofer diffraction approximation.
Prevalence and Development of KIG-relevant Symptoms in Primary School Students from Frankfurt am Main*
In my essay I present results of a pilot study in which primary school students allocated in two separate rooms solve mathematical problems by means of internet chatting.
Empirical work was carried out with more than 55 primary school students between the ages of 8 and 12, in different between-group experiments: an exploratory study, a pilot study, and a large-scale experiment.
Anthropometric Measurements of the External Ear in a Group of Turkish Primary School Students
In most developing regions, poor democratic nations enroll more primary school students than their authoritarian counterparts.