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On Meromorphic Functions That Share One Small Function of Differential Polynomials with Their Derivatives  [PDF]
Harina P. Waghamore, S. Rajeshwari
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/am.2015.612178
Abstract: In this paper, we study the problem of meromorphic functions that share one small function of differential polynomial with their derivatives and prove one theorem. The theorem improves the results of Jin-Dong Li and Guang-Xin Huang [1].
Pregnancy outcome following emergency cervical cerclage  [PDF]
Maheswari Srinivasan, Rajeshwari Navaneetha Krishanan, S. W. Lindow
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OJOG) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/ojog.2011.14035
Abstract: The pregnancy outcome following emergency cervical cerclage for cervical dilatation is unclear. The case notes of pregnant women who underwent the procedure from January 1996 until December 2005 at Hull Royal Infirmary and Castle Hill Hospitals was analysed. This procedure prolonged pregnancy in all patients with the mean duration of 24 days. There were 10 live births and two still births. Among the 10 live births there were five neonatal deaths (perinatal mortality 583/1000). Neonatal outcome was universally poor if the initial cervical dilatation was more than 5 cm. All patients should be informed of the survival rates before undergoing this procedure.
Model Based Approach for the Integration of ECUs
Rajeshwari Hegde,K S Gurumurthy
Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science , 2008,
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Variations in Draining Patterns of Right Pulmonary Veins at the Hilum and an Anatomical Classification
M. S. Rajeshwari,Priya Ranganath
ISRN Pulmonology , 2012, DOI: 10.5402/2012/786549
Abstract: Pulmonary veins carry oxygenated blood from the lungs to the left atrium. Variations are quite common in the pattern of drainage. The present study was undertaken to evaluate the incidence of different draining patterns of the right pulmonary veins at the hilum by dissecting the human fixed cadaveric lungs. Clinically, pulmonary veins have been demonstrated to often play an important role in generating atrial fibrillation. Hence, it is important to look into the anatomy of the veins during MR imaging and CT angiography. In 53.8% of cases, the right superior lobar vein and right middle lobar vein were found to be united together to form the right superior pulmonary vein. In contrast to this, in 11.53% of cases, right middle lobar vein united with the right inferior lobar vein to form the right inferior pulmonary vein, while in 26.9% of cases, the right superior lobar vein, right middle lobar vein, and right inferior lobar vein drained separately. 1. Introduction Pulmonary veins drain oxygenated blood from the lungs to the left atrium of the heart. The lobular tributaries lie mainly in the interlobular septa. One main vein drains each bronchopulmonary segment usually on the anterior surface of the corresponding bronchus. Veins also run between the segments and on the mediastinal and fissural surfaces of the lungs; some veins cross the line of fissure when the fissures are incomplete. The veins of the right medial segment of inferior lobe frequently arise from the veins of the middle lobe. The superior right pulmonary vein drains the right superior and middle lobe and thus corresponds to the superior left pulmonary vein which drains the left superior lobe. The right inferior pulmonary vein and left inferior pulmonary veins drain the corresponding inferior lobes [1]. The present study is to ascertain the incidence of different draining patterns of the right pulmonary vein at the hilum as it is clinically very important to look into the anatomy of the veins during MR imaging and CT angiography. 2. Material and Methods The study involved twenty-six formalin-fixed adult cadaveric lungs of unknown sex from Bangalore Medical College & Research Institute, Bangalore, Karnataka. The dissection initially involved identifying the structures at the hilum. The pulmonary veins were picked up and their tributaries were traced peripherally by meticulously dissecting the lung tissue using blunt forceps. Interestingly different patterns in the drainage of pulmonary veins were noted. 3. Results The different draining patterns noted are as follows. In 53.8% of dissected lungs
SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE DESIGN CHALLENGES IN AUTOMOTIVE EMBEDDED SYSTEM
Rajeshwari Hegde,Geetishree Mishra,K S Gurumurthy
International Journal of VLSI Design & Communication Systems , 2011,
Abstract: Modern automotives integrate large amount of electronic devices to improve the driving safety andcomfort. This growing number of Electronic Control Units (ECUs) with sophisticated software escalatesthe vehicle system design complexity. In this paper we explain the complexity of ECUs in terms ofhardware and software and also we explore the possibility of Common Object Request Broker Architecture(CORBA) architecture for the integration of add-on software in ECUs. This reduces the complexity of theembedded system in vehicles and eases the ECU integration by reducing the total number of ECUs in thevehicles.
BLOCKED FALLOPIAN TUBES AND ITS MANAGEMENT WITH AYURVEDIC MEDICINE: A CASE STUDY
Kamat Rajeshwari V,Kamat Vijaykumar S
International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy , 2012,
Abstract: The present paper is based on clinical success story in a very interesting and encouraging casein blockage of both fallopian tubes. Success was achieved with unique classical Ayurvedic formulations after 6 months treatment which will be representeding the full paper.
Effective atomic numbers and electron density of dosimetric material
Kaginelli S,Rajeshwari T,Sharanabasappa,Kerur B
Journal of Medical Physics , 2009,
Abstract: A novel method for determination of mass attenuation coefficient of x-rays employing NaI (Tl) detector system and radioactive sources is described.in this paper. A rigid geometry arrangement and gating of the spectrometer at FWHM position and selection of absorber foils are all done following detailed investigation, to minimize the effect of small angle scattering and multiple scattering on the mass attenuation coefficient, m/r, value. Firstly, for standardization purposes the mass attenuation coefficients of elemental foils such as Aluminum, Copper, Molybdenum, Tantalum and Lead are measured and then, this method is utilized for dosimetric interested material (sulfates). The experimental mass attenuation coefficient values are compared with the theoretical values to find good agreement between the theory and experiment within one to two per cent. The effective atomic numbers of the biological substitute material are calculated by sum rule and from the graph. The electron density of dosimetric material is calculated using the effective atomic number. The study has discussed in detail the attenuation coefficient, effective atomic number and electron density of dosimetric material/biological substitutes.
SECURITY ISSUES IN PROTECTING COMPUTERS AND MAINTENANCE
V Saravanan,S Rajeshwari,P Jayashree
Journal of Global Research in Computer Science , 2013,
Abstract: Today maintaining computer system is a big challenging task, since the virus programs easily spreads to the computer via pen drive, floppy disk, optical disks, Local network and Internet connections…etc. Other reasons like frequent power failure, unexpected mistakes done by users like deleting, editing and configuring of system files and system instability due to errors in various hardware will corrupt the files and the data loss may occur. In this paper we have given solutions and suggestions for maintaining computer systems without using antivirus software. Our suggested solution minimizes the impact of the above said factors and makes the computer systems work reliable.
Deploying Health Monitoring ECU Towards Enhancing the Performance of In-Vehicle Network
Geetishree Mishra,Rajeshwari Hegde,K. S. Gurumurthy
Computer Science , 2012, DOI: 10.5121/csit.2012.2348
Abstract: Electronic Control Units (ECUs) are the fundamental electronic building blocks of any automotive system. They are multi-purpose, multi-chip and multicore computer systems where more functionality is delivered in software rather than hardware. ECUs are valuable assets for the vehicles as critical time bounded messages are communicated through. Looking into the safety criticality, already developed mission critical systems such as ABS, ESP etc, rely fully on electronic components leading to increasing requirements of more reliable and dependable electronic systems in vehicles. Hence it is inevitable to maintain and monitor the health of an ECU which will enable the ECUs to be followed, assessed and improved throughout their life-cycle starting from their inception into the vehicle. In this paper, we propose a Health monitoring ECU that enables the early trouble shooting and servicing of the vehicle prior to any catastrophic failure.
ASSESSMENT OF EFFECT OF TWO METHOD SHODHITA SHILAJIT ON BLOOD GLUCOSE LEVELS ON NEWLY DIAGNOSED HYPERGLYCEMIC SUBJECTS
Kamat Rajeshwari V.,Vaidya S.S.,Dindore Pallavi
International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy , 2012,
Abstract: Shilajit is one of the most widely used drug in the treatment of many ailments in day to day practice. In general all metals, minerals and animal product, if not purified and processed properly, show some untoward or adverse effects on humans. Because of commercialization and rapid growth of pharmaceutical industry, lot of adulteration is seen in the raw materials of Ayurveda. Hence, after proper identification of them, Shodhana is to be carried out based on classical references. In Rasashastra different methods of Shodhana are mentioned for Shilajit. In the present study following two methods of Shodhana were done (Ref R.R.S) and comparative effect was observed on blood glucose level of hyperglycemic subjects.1-Method A- Yavakshara Kanji – Gomutra---Bhavana method 2-Method B- Yavakshara –Kanji- Guggulu--- Swedana method
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