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Formation of Charged Particle Tracks in Solids
Mukhtar A Rana,
Mukhtar
,A.,Rana

中国物理快报 , 2006,
Abstract: A criterion for formation of etchable tracks in solids is suggested using the well-known concepts of ionization and thermal spikes, diffusion process with useful and justified assumptions, and present or published experimental and theoretical investigations on the same subject. The suggested criterion is useful for a wide spectrum of researchers including development and applications of track recording materials, ions implantation, sputtering and other areas, which include interactions of charged particles with solids.
Urinary Bladder Problems in Parkinson's disease
Jesudasan A, Rana MA
Journal of Parkinsonism & Restless Legs Syndrome , 2012, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/JPRLS.S37080
Abstract: Urinary Bladder Problems in Parkinson's disease Letter (716) Total Article Views Authors: Jesudasan A, Rana MA Published Date April 2012 Volume 2012:2 Pages 30 - 31 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/JPRLS.S37080 Received: 16 August 2012 Accepted: Published: 17 August 2012 Ajantha Jesudasan, Mohammed A. Rana Parkinson’s Clinic of Eastern Toronto, Toronto, Canada Prevalence of lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) in Parkinson’s disease (PD) patients is reported to range from 38% to 71%.1 Common symptoms include nocturia, urinary urgency, incomplete bladder emptying and urinary retention. These symptoms may also be caused by urinary tract infection, prostatic hypertrophy, diabetes mellitus or medications used for other medical conditions. Post to: Cannotea Citeulike Del.icio.us Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Readers of this article also read: Gamma knife radiosurgery for uveal melanoma ineligible for brachytherapy by the Collaborative Ocular Melanoma Study criteria The cognitive basis of diglossia in Arabic: Evidence from a repetition priming study within and between languages Improved drug loading and antibacterial activity of minocycline-loaded PLGA nanoparticles prepared by solid/oil/water ion pairing method Fructose-enhanced reduction of bacterial growth on nanorough surfaces Enhancing the specificity and efficiency of polymerase chain reaction using polyethyleneimine-based derivatives and hybrid nanocomposites In vitro and in vivo studies on gelatin-siloxane nanoparticles conjugated with SynB peptide to increase drug delivery to the brain Improved oral bioavailability of poorly water-soluble indirubin by a supersaturatable self-microemulsifying drug delivery system Degradable gene delivery systems based on Pluronics-modified low-molecular-weight polyethylenimine: preparation, characterization, intracellular trafficking, and cellular distribution Postural Hypotension in Parkinson’s disease Allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis treated successfully for one year with omalizumab
Surgical physiology of wound healing: a review.
Deodhar A,Rana R
Journal of Postgraduate Medicine , 1997,
Abstract: The healing of wounds caused by accident, assault, welfare and surgical operations has always been a central consideration in surgical practice because any breach in continuity of skin or mucous membrane exposes the deeper tissues to the danger of infections. The understanding of the mechanism of wound healing has increased dramatically during last few years. Today wound healing abnormalities are among the greatest causes of disability and deformity. "I dressed the wound, God healed it" (Ambroise Pare) wound healing involves multiple complicated events. It is the amount and quality of scar tissue and ultimately its remodelling that is of greater importance. The understanding of this process of wound healing and factors affecting it forms the basis of any surgical procedure.
Second Intervention in Obstetric Hemorrhage
S Rawal,A Rana
Journal of Institute of Medicine , 2012, DOI: 10.3126/joim.v34i1.9118
Abstract: Introduction: Obstetric hemorrhage is still one of the dreaded complications that contribute to a maximum number of maternal morbidity and mortality till date. The management of obstetric hemorrhage involves early recognition, assessment and resuscitation. Though dealt with appropriate use of oxytocic agents, it may seldom require surgical techniques, including uterine tamponade, major vessel ligation, compression sutures, and even hysterectomy. Method: Prospective study of 20 cases of laparotomy for obstetrical hemorrhage carried out at Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital, Kathmandu, Nepal, between Jan 2003 to Nov 2011. Results: Out of 20 cases, massive hemoperitoneum (more than a liter) was noted in 9 and associated risk factors in 10. Source of bleeding in 20 cases were from extensive hematoma (retroperitoneal and broad ligament) in 5, including a rectus sheath hematoma and with colporrhexis, oozing inverted T incision repaired in a single layer (1), placental bed (3) and 1 was from vessels in LUS. There was bleeding from uterine angle (4) and incision (1). Bleeding from tear at various sites were 3, from uterovesicle fold of peritoneum 1 and from the ruptured uterus following vacuum delivery in a case of VBAC (1). Uterine packing was done in 1, B-Lynch in 3 and 1 failed needing the uterine packing; uterine artery ligation in 2 including ovarian vessel ligation in 1, repair of ruptured uterus in 1 and subtotal hysterectomy in 5 cases. There were 3 mortalities due to DIC, pulmonary edema and ARF and rest were discharged in good health. Conclusion: Choosing of the right technique, complete hemostasis and meticulous closure of all surgical incisions will prevent the need for laparotomy following LSCS. Vigilant monitoring of all the post operative patients will lead to early diagnosis of intraperitoneal / pervaginal bleeding and its management, thus preventing morbidity and mortality owing to late diagnosis. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3126/joim.v34i1.9118 Journal of Institute of Medicine, April, 2012; 34:1 18-24
Extracting SOA Candidate Software Services from an Organization’s Object Oriented Models  [PDF]
Rana Yousef, Omar Adwan, Mohammad A. M. Abushariah
Journal of Software Engineering and Applications (JSEA) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jsea.2014.79071
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Class diagrams and use case models are system models that are used to analyze, design and model object oriented systems. In this era of agile computing, service-oriented architecture has become increasingly popular for achieving efficient and agile business solutions that can maintain changes demanded by the business world. This paper proposes a methodology to identify services from a set of class diagrams and use case models in order to generate a service oriented model. An extensive evaluation of the generated services has shown that these services conform to the principles of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), and provide a straightforward methodology, which can reuse the valuable business logic that resides within legacy applications to migrate to SOA-based systems.

DEVELOPMENT OF ANALYTICAL METHOD FOR QUETIAPINE FUMARATE BY UV SPECTROPHOTOMETRY
Sahu Deepak,Rana A. C.
International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy , 2011,
Abstract: A Simple, sensitive, specific, Spectrophotometric method has been developed for the detection of quetiapine fumarate in pure form and in Pharmaceutical formulations. The optimum condition for the analysis of the drug was established. Quetiapine Fumarate exhibiting absorption at 242nm and obeyed beers law in the concentration range 5 to 25μg/ml. The lower limit of detection was found to be 3.5×10-2 and the limit of quantification to be 11.6 ×10-2. The regression equation was y = 0.037x + 0.007. The precision of the method was found to be 100.14 mg at 242 nm against the label claim of 100 mg. The sample solution was stable up to 24 hours. The assay results were found to be in good agreement with label claim. The proposed method was simple sensitive, precise, quick and useful for routine quality control.
STUDIES ON NOVEL SUSTAINED RELEASE QUETIAPINE FUMARATE FROM MATRIX TABLET FORMULATIONS
Sahu Deepak,Rana A. C.
International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy , 2011,
Abstract: Formulation of quetiapine fumarate sustained release matrix tablets with HPMC and HPMC with PVP K30, were formulated by wet (non-aqueous) granulation method using different proportion of polymers. The drug and polymer (passed through 60# mesh) were mixed uniformly and granulated with isopropyl alcohol (IPA) and dried in a tray drier at 60°C. The final granules were blended with talc and magnesium stearate and compressed in a rotatory 10 station tablet compression machine (Ratnakar) using 13-mm standard concave punches. Nine batches of tablets, 50 tablets for each batch size, were prepared for each formulation, with each tablet containing 100 mg equivalent weight of quetiapine. The following variations in tablet formulae were done and their effect on in vitro release rate, release mechanism (Fickian or non-Fickian), and nature of release (order of release) was studied.
Policy Initiative for Balance Regional Development and Growth  [PDF]
Rajeev Rana
Theoretical Economics Letters (TEL) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/tel.2018.814188
Abstract: The economics growth and development mostly coined together, and it was thought that growth itself led to development of the country but it was found that there are more dissimilarities than complementary. A higher growth will spontaneously lead development only when there is equitable distribution of resources and balancing regional development. But it did not happen in practices as high growth widen inequality and unequal distribution between the different groups of people in the societies as well between inter-state and intra-state to create regional imbalance, further as there is a transition period of the economy and urbanization took place it was experienced that regional imbalance widen in the term of class difference, gender discrimination (lower participation of women, as well alarming sex ratio), resources distribution, and per capital income. Further, the regional economic disparities create more inequality between savings, investment, and had interconnected map over the vicious cycle of corruption, demographic challenges, influencing chronic & infectious diseases, illicit trade, migration, food insecurity, and governance failures. The paper is addressing those various issues and thrust area of policy initiatives to present the causes of regional imbalance and growth as well the policy initiative for inclusive development.
Application of He’s Variational Iterative Method for Solving Thin Film Flow Problem Arising in Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics  [PDF]
Abdul M. Siddiqui, Ali A. Farooq, Tahira Haroon, Muhammad A. Rana, Bruce S. Babcock
World Journal of Mechanics (WJM) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/wjm.2012.23016
Abstract: In this paper, He’s variational iteration method is successfully employed to solve a nonlinear boundary value problem arising in the study of thin film flow of a third grade fluid down an inclined plane. For comparison, the same problem is solved by the Adomian decomposition method. The results show that the difference between the two solutions is negligible. The conclusion is that this technique may be considered an alternative and efficient method for finding approximate solutions of both linear and nonlinear boundary value problems. Furthermore, the variational iteration method has an advantage over the decomposition method in that it solves the nonlinear problems without using the Adomian polynomials.
Automatic Heart Disease Diagnosis System Based on Artificial Neural Network (ANN) and Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Inference Systems (ANFIS) Approaches  [PDF]
Mohammad A. M. Abushariah, Assal A. M. Alqudah, Omar Y. Adwan, Rana M. M. Yousef
Journal of Software Engineering and Applications (JSEA) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jsea.2014.712093
Abstract: This paper aims to design and implement an automatic heart disease diagnosis system using MATLAB. The Cleveland data set for heart diseases was used as the main database for training and testing the developed system. In order to train and test the Cleveland data set, two systems were developed. The first system is based on the Multilayer Perceptron (MLP) structure on the Artificial Neural Network (ANN), whereas the second system is based on the Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Inference Systems (ANFIS) approach. Each system has two main modules, namely, training and testing, where 80% and 20% of the Cleveland data set were randomly selected for training and testing purposes respectively. Each system also has an additional module known as case-based module, where the user has to input values for 13 required attributes as specified by the Cleveland data set, in order to test the status of the patient whether heart disease is present or absent from that particular patient. In addition, the effects of different values for important parameters were investigated in the ANN-based and Neuro-Fuzzy-based systems in order to select the best parameters that obtain the highest performance. Based on the experimental work, it is clear that the Neuro-Fuzzy system outperforms the ANN system using the training data set, where the accuracy for each system was 100% and 90.74%, respectively. However, using the testing data set, it is clear that the ANN system outperforms the Neuro-Fuzzy system, where the best accuracy for each system was 87.04% and 75.93%, respectively.
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