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Right subclavian artery cannulation: Is chest roentgenogram sufficient to diagnose the complication?
Jain Amit
Indian Journal of Critical Care Medicine , 2011,
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Pulsus alternans after aortic valve replacement: A preventable yet a possible risk of cardiac manipulation - Fact or Fiction?
Jain Amit
Annals of Cardiac Anaesthesia , 2011,
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Angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor - An innocuous factor behind cardiac arrest following induction of anesthesia
Jain Amit
Annals of Cardiac Anaesthesia , 2011,
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Pseudo loss of resistance in epidural space localization: A complication of subcutaneous emphysema or simply a faulty technique
Jain Amit
Saudi Journal of Anaesthesia , 2011,
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Influence of Modification of Design out Maintenance & Design Out Information System For Maintenance Cost Control & A Lucrative Business (With Case Study)
Amit Kumar Jain
International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology , 2013,
Abstract: Maintenance management is one of the main focuses in industrial sector. Maintenance in production environments is becoming ncreasingly complex as machines become more technologically advanced, therefore higher product quality, increased reliability, enhanced availability of plants, optimization of cost and choosing right maintenance policy plays a vital role in achieving a lucrative business. Generally the production and maintenance task goes together, nearly 43% of production cost generally goes to the maintenance task, and hence there is a possibility to reduce the maintenance cost. Thus in this paper an attempt is made to understand most important maintenance policy i.e. Design Out Maintenance (DOM). Where most of the maintenance concepts aim to minimize number of failure or effects of failures, Design out Maintenance aims “to eliminate the cause of maintenance”. We apply the concept of redesign to all types of potential failures that causes problems in business performance. The paper also through light on the Design out Information ystem.Therefore it should result in a more economical production function and a more efficient maintenance function.
ECG-guided central venous catheterization - can it truly detect internal jugular venous malpositioning of subclavian catheter
Jain Amit,Mangal Kishore
Annals of Cardiac Anaesthesia , 2011,
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A new indication of sildenafil in medicine: Hypoxic cell sensitizer for penile cancer
Huilgol Nagraj,Jain Amit
Journal of Cancer Research and Therapeutics , 2006,
Abstract: Purpose: To evaluate the feasibility and results of sildenafil used as radiosensitizer by causing penile vasodilatation and reducing tumor hypoxia in radical radiotherapy for penile cancer. Materials and Methods: Three men with histopathologic diagnosis of squamous carcinoma of penis were treated with radical external radiotherapy with concomitant sildenafil. Acute and late adverse events were noted according to RTOG toxicity criteria. Response to radiotherapy, as well as disease-free and overall survivals, was evaluated. Results: All three patients achieved tumescence, completed the treatment and achieved complete response. One patient had recurrence at 10 months and died of the disease after 23 months from starting the treatment. Other two patients are disease-free and alive at 48 and 53 months respectively. No excess acute or late adverse event was observed. Conclusion: Sildenafil may act as radiosensitizer by causing penile vasodilatation and reducing hypoxia. Larger controlled studies are required to validate the hypothesis.
Diagnostic Accuracy of Sonosalpingography for Assessing Tubal Pathology in Women with Secondary Infertility Taking Laparoscopy as Gold Standard  [PDF]
Amit Nandan Dhar Dwivedi, Madhu Jain, Suchi Tripathi, Sunny Garg, Shivi Jain
Surgical Science (SS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ss.2012.38082
Abstract: Context: Secondary infertility is a major public health issue with growing urbanisation and increasing age of marriage among women. Disease limited to low socioeconomic strata is commonly seen in general population. Judicious and accurate assessment of underlying pathology targeting tubes should be undertaken. Aims: The aim of this observational study was to assess the diagnostic accuracy of sonosalpingography taking laparoscopy as gold standard in patients of secondary infertility. Main aim was to assess tubal factors as an underlying cause and to assess feasibility of a radiation free protocol in patients of reproductive age group. Settings and Design: The study was carried out in a hospital setting. A total of 123 patients were selected. Patients of primary infertility were excluded. Sonosalpingography was performed by a single experienced radiologist. This was confirmed by laparoscopy conducted by an experienced gynaecologist. Methods and Material: A detailed clinical and physical examination including internal examination was done. This was followed by sonosalpingography using high frequency TVS probe (Philips IU 22). All patients were subjected to laparoscopic evaluation on the same day. Statistical analysis: Sensitivity, specificity, diagnostic accuracy and predictive values. Results: Sonosalpingography was 72.91% sensitive, 81.33% specific with diagnostic accuracy of 78.05% and positive predictive value of 71.42% for tubal pathologies. Conclusions: Sonosalpingography is a very useful complementary diagnostic modality in assessment of tubal pathology. This should precede direct laparoscopic evaluation. Patients of secondary infertility can be assessed with a combination of sonosalpingography and laparoscopy. This saves the patient of radiation exposure as well as pain of contrast administration
MRI is a state of art imaging modality in characterization of indeterminate adnexal masses  [PDF]
Amit Nandan Dhar Dwivedi, Shivi Jain, Ram Chandra Shukla, Madhu Jain, Arvind Srivastava, Ashish Verma
Journal of Biomedical Science and Engineering (JBiSE) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jbise.2013.63A039
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Aims and Objectives: The aim of this diagnostic observational study was to find an association of final diagnosis of adnexal masses suggested by MRI and compare it as an imaging modality in determining the origin, nature (benign/malignant) & characteristics of adnexal masses by calculating sensitivity, specificity, and diagnostic accuracy. Materials and Methods: The present study was carried out in 90 patients in the department of radio diagnosis and imaging, institute of medical sciences, Banaras Hindu University (BHU). The patients were referred from department of obstetrics & gynecology, institute of medical sciences. Majority of the referred cases were those who had clinical features of abdominal pain, abdominal lump, menstrual irregularity, ascites, and anorexia or weight loss & in whom adnexal mass was suspected clinically. Magnetic resonance imaging was performed using 1.5 Tesla MR Scanner, Magnetom Avanto (Siemens Healthcare). Results: Out of 114 masses, 17 (14.9%) were malignant. The benign adnexal masses were maximum in the age group 20 - 39 years (56/97, 57.7%), while malignant masses were mainly found in women ≥60 years of age (11/17, 64.7%). CA-125 level was grossly elevated in association with 35.3% of the malignant masses. On MRI, the sensitivity for the mass of ovarian origin was (97.7%) and specificity was (73.1%). The diagnostic accuracy was (92.1%). The mass of uterine origin had a sensitivity of (73.1%) and diagnostic accuracy (99.1%). Conclusion: MRI, because of its accuracy in identifying the origin of adnexal mass and characterizing the solid, hemorrhagic, fatty and fibrous content, may obviate surgery or significantly contribute to preoperative planning for a sonographically indeterminate mass. MRI is the state of the art imaging modality for evaluation of adnexal masses with an overall high diagnostic accuracy.
Efficient Optimal Algorithm of Task Scheduling in Cloud Computing Environment
Dr. Amit Agarwal,Saloni Jain
Computer Science , 2014,
Abstract: Cloud computing is an emerging technology in distributed computing which facilitates pay per model as per user demand and requirement.Cloud consist of a collection of virtual machine which includes both computational and storage facility. The primary aim of cloud computing is to provide efficient access to remote and geographically distributed resources. Cloud is developing day by day and faces many challenges, one of them is scheduling. Scheduling refers to a set of policies to control the order of work to be performed by a computer system. A good scheduler adapts its scheduling strategy according to the changing environment and the type of task. In this research paper we presented a Generalized Priority algorithm for efficient execution of task and comparison with FCFS and Round Robin Scheduling. Algorithm should be tested in cloud Sim toolkit and result shows that it gives better performance compared to other traditional scheduling algorithm.
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