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Interacting Dark Fluids in LRS Bianchi Type-II Universe  [PDF]
Vijay Gulabrao Mete, Pratiksha Brahmadeo Murade, Abhijit Shankarrao Bansod
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1104900
Abstract: At the present paper, Locally Rotationally Symmetric (LRS) Bianchi type-II cosmological model with interacting dark matter (DM) and holographic dark energy (DE) have been discussed. In order to obtain solutions of the field equations, it is assume that the shear scalar (σ) is proportional to expansion scalar (θ). To have a general description of holographic dark energy and dark matter, a phenomenological parameterization of dark energy in terms of its equation of state (EoS) has been taken. Statefinder diagnostic pair i.e.{r, s}is adopted to separate other existing dark energy models from this model. Here we discuss two models: when n=1/2, we obtain acyclic universe and the model converges into phantom region whereas when n=3/2, we get a expanding universe and the model converges into quintessence region. Some important geometrical and physical features regarding to this model have also been studied.
Design of LVDT Based Digital Weighing System
Pratiksha Sarma,P. K. Bordoloi
International Journal of Electronics and Computer Science Engineering , 2012,
Abstract: - Linear variable differential transformer (LVDT) has evolved into a highly accurate and reliable form of displacement transducer and has found widespread application in industry for the measurement of displacement, force or pressure. This paper discusses the design consideration of an LVDT based digital weighing system capable of weighing up to 1000 grams (1 kilogram). Atmel 89S52 microcontroller is used to acquire, process and display the weight into 16x2 LCD. The system has been designed and calibrated using standard weights and is found to be simple and of low cost.
Simulation Tool for Queuing Models: QSIM
Dr. Pratiksha Saxena,Lokesh Sharma
International Journal of Computers & Technology , 2013,
Abstract: This paper proposes simulation software QSIM (Queuing Simulation) to simulate queuing models. QSIM is a tool which simulates and compares the results of different queuing models. This tool is programmed in JAVA and is based on analytical approach to guide optimization strategy. In Qsim, Simulation is carried out by providing the inputs for arrival rate, service rate and number of servers and using these values the performance measurement of a particular model is stored in the database for further comparisons and study. Simulation results are stored in excel file and it also provides graphical results to compare the outcome.
Rupali Shirsat, Pratiksha Kokate, and Subhash Surdakar
Bioscience Discovery , 2012,
Abstract: The present paper is focused on morphological and anatomical characterization of Salvia plebeia collected from Chikhaldara forest ranges (MS) India. The study includes morphological description, anatomy of stem and surface features like hairs and trichomes. All the results are supported with the respective photographs, drawings and tables. The specific odor of the plant, characteristic quadrangular and hairy stem and simple as well as glandular hairs are the prominent features of the plant.
Intramedullary Chondrosarcoma of Proximal Humerus
Pratiksha Yadav,Dolly Thakkar,S. S. Thind
Case Reports in Radiology , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/642062
Abstract: Primary chondrosarcoma is the third most frequent primary malignancy of bone after myeloma and osteosarcoma. It is ranging from slow growing nonmetastasising lesions to highly aggressive lesions. We report a case of primary intramedullary chondrosarcoma of proximal humerus. A 60-year-old female presented with pain and hard swelling involving the left arm for 5 months. Radiograph showed a lucent expansile intramedullary lesion with matrix calcification and associated soft tissue mass. CT confirmed the finding. MRI showed a lobulated lesion which is hyperintense on T2WI with low signal fibrous septae. Increased tracer uptake was seen on bone scan. Histopathology confirmed the radiology diagnosis. The patient underwent wide resection and endoprosthetic reconstruction of proximal humerus. 1. Case Report Primary chondrosarcoma is the third most common primary malignant tumor of bone after myeloma and osteosarcoma. It is most commonly seen between 30 and 70 years of age. We report a case of a sixty-year-old female who presented with gradually progressive pain and swelling over the proximal part of left arm since 5 months associated with restricted flexion, extension, and abduction of left shoulder. On inspection, loss of normal contour of left shoulder due to a diffuse swelling and asymmetric pectoral girdle (Figure 1). Skin over the surface was normal, with mild prominence of the veins. On palpation, it is tender and measuring approximately 6?cm in length and 4?cm in breadth. It was bony hard in consistency and fixed in nature with immobile skin over the swelling. Clinical diagnosis was of a neoplastic musculoskeletal pathology. Radiographs of left shoulder showed an ill defined, expansile, and osteolytic lesion involving the cortical and medullary region of neck and proximal shaft of left humerus with a wide zone of transition (Figures 2 and 3). Few specks of calcifications were seen within it. It shows endosteal scalloping with cortical break and adjacent soft tissue component. In addition, a calcified nodular opacity was seen in the peripheral left lung mid zone. As computed tomography (CT) is useful in defining the bony anatomy, integrity of the cortex surrounding a lesion, and calcifications within, a helical CT scan of 5?mm thickness was done from the superior margin of left shoulder to mid arm level. It revealed that the osteolytic expansile lesion was seen with endosteal scalloping and cortical thinning. It contains matrix calcification, break in cortices at multiple sites with adjacent anterolateral soft tissue component, and specks of calcification
A Study Of Psychiatric Morbidty Amongst Children Attending A Child Guidance Clinic At A Tertiary Level Teaching Hospital In Nepal
Manisha Chapagai,Kabin Man Dangol,Pratiksha Tulachan
Journal of Nobel Medical College , 2013, DOI: 10.3126/jonmc.v2i1.7677
Abstract: Background: Mental health and its related problems are growing concerns over the world. The early onset of emotional and behavioral problem in the young children is related to a variety of health and behavior problems in adolescence. It is a challenging all over the world to determine the epidemiology of childhood mental disorders. Objective : The aim of this study is to sort out the prevalence and predominance of mental illness and their onset of age and sex among the child and adolescent who attended in the child guidance clinic in TUTH. Methodology: A retrospective study of a total of 539 consecutive cases of child and adolescent attended in Child Guidance Clinic TUTH. Diagnosis was made according to the criteria of Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 4th edition, Text Revision. Result: T he cases from the age of 0.4 year to 21 years with mean age 8.85±4.08 years. Significantly majority were boys ( n= 343, 63.6%) and most of from out of the Kathmandu valley ( n= 300, 53.2%). Significantly most case referred from ENT OPD of TUTH ( n =97, 18%) and mental retardation was the commonest ( n =81, 15%) followed by conversion disorder ( n =77, 14.3%) and anxiety spectrum disorder ( n =63, 11.7%) Conclusion : Boys are common in mental illness among child and adolescents. The common diagnoses among child and adolescent are mental retardation, conversion disorder, anxiety spectrum disorders and Autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Nobel Medical College Vol. 2, No.1 Issue 3 Nov.-April 2013 Page 55-63 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3126/jonmc.v2i1.7677
Experiences during Synthesis of a Dinucleating Spacer Incorporating 2-Chloropyridine Units Through Sandmayer Reaction
Satyendra N. Shukla,Pratiksha Gaur,Ripul Mehrotra,Radhey S. Srivastava
Journal of Chemistry , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/646397
Abstract: A bimetallic cuprous complex was accidentally reported, during synthesis of a dinucleating spacer incorporating two 2-chloropyridine units through Sandmayer reaction. The product was characterized by elemental analysis, FAB-Mass, FT-IR, UV, magnetic susceptibility and 1H-NMR spectroscopic method. A possible mechanism is also proposed.
Secondary abdominal pregnancy and its associated diagnostic and operative dilemma: three case reports
Pratiksha Gupta, Alka Sehgal, Anju Huria, Reeti Mehra
Journal of Medical Case Reports , 2009, DOI: 10.4076/1752-1947-3-7382
Abstract: Three cases are reported. All came from a lower middle-income group and all of them were subjected to surgery. The first patient was a 30-year-old woman, who was pregnant for the fourth time, who presented at 16 weeks with an abdominal pregnancy. She was admitted with constant abdominal pain and retention of urine. She was hemodynamically stable and was administered a pre-operative intramuscular injection of methotrexate. During laparotomy she had only minor blood loss, the major part of the placenta was removed easily and she did not require any blood transfusion. Serum beta human chorionic gonadotrophin values and ultrasound follow-up revealed a normal study four weeks after surgery. The second patient was a 26-year-old woman, pregnant for the third time, admitted at 14 weeks with an abdominal pregnancy with hemoperitoneum, and the third patient was a 24-year-old woman, pregnant for the first time, who presented at 36 weeks gestation. She was only diagnosed as having an abdominal pregnancy during surgery, experienced excessive blood loss and required a longer hospital stay.We hypothesize that treatment with pre-operative systemic methotrexate with subsequent laparotomy for removal of the fetus and placenta may minimize potential blood loss, and would be a reasonable approach in the care of a patient with an abdominal pregnancy with placental implantation to the abdominal viscera and blood vessels. This treatment option should be considered in the management of this potentially life-threatening condition. During surgery, if the placenta is attached to vital organs it should be left behind. Early diagnosis can help in reducing associated maternal morbidity and mortality.Abdominal pregnancy has historically been defined as an implantation in the peritoneal cavity, exclusive of tubal, ovarian or intraligamentary pregnancy [1]. Abdominal pregnancy is a rare obstetric complication with high maternal mortality and even higher perinatal mortality, and it can be primary or
Pseudo Meigs′ Syndrome with benign stromal hyperplasia and elevated CA-125
Mehra Reeti,Huria Anju,Gupta Pratiksha,Harsh Mohan
Indian Journal of Medical Sciences , 2006,
Choriocarcinoma with negative urinary and serum beta human chorionic gonadotropin (β HCG) : A case report
Mehra Reeti,Huria Anju,Gupta Pratiksha,Mohan Harsh
Indian Journal of Medical Sciences , 2005,
Abstract: This was a rare case where a patient presented clinically as a case of post abortal sepsis and ultrasound showing the picture of an intramural degenerating fibroid. Her serum and urine both were negative for b human chorionic gonadotropin (bHCG). Patient succumbed to choriocarcinoma 1 month later. Failure to detect urinary and serum bHCG lead to maternal mortality due to the choriocarcinoma. The failure to detect, certain degradation products of HCG which may predominate in gestational trophoblastic neoplasia, by many common HCG testing kits lead to the error of diagnosis. Only 3 of the 7 common commercial serum HCG tests appropriately detects nicked HCG and its free bHCG, DPC immulite assay, being the most sensitive method. Though of rare occurrence, this awareness is important for diagnosis and follow-up of gestational trophoblastic neoplasia and could have been life saving in our case.
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