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Measuring Depth of Anaesthesia - An Overview on the Currently Available Monitoring Systems
Dr. V. K. Grover,Dr. Neerja Bharti
Indian Anaesthetists' Forum , 2008,
Abstract: One of the objectives of modern anaesthesia is to ensure adequate depth of anaesthesia to prevent awareness without inadvertently overloading the patients with potent drugs.
Dr. Gulshan Kumar,Neerja Dhingra
International Journal of Economics and Research , 2011,
Abstract: Direct investment across national borders is a distinct feature of international economics, which has gained intense attention of all the countries of the world recently. Foreign direct investment (FDI) is deemed to be a growth catalyst since it is usually accompanied by entrepreneurial, managerial and technical skills which are indispensable for economic growth (Humphrey,1960). Foreign direct investment is one of the most strategic and vital tools for developing a country s competitiveness and efforts must be made to garner huge share of FDI in the country (Badar, 2006). Going by this ideology FDI is being sought by most of the developing countries of the world for promoting the cause of economic development. India, without exception, as in case of other developing countries, is eager to prompt her economic growth which compels her to accept and seek assistance of foreign direct investment. The country also became host to massive inflows of FDI during 1990s and 2000s in concert with her efforts to create more favorable settings for it through trade liberalization, market deregulation, privatization of national ownerships and encouragement to regional integration. Actually in the early 1980s, Indian government adopted a liberal policy towards FDI, especially in high technology areas and exports and it was then that FDI friendly environment was created. Again a host of incentives, exemptions and relaxations in the degree of flexibility concerning foreign ownership adopted during 1990s gave a major boost to FDI inflows. In a way eighties were the fore-runners of the liberalization policy of 1990s and so this period is termed as preliberalization period in the study. The period after 1991 is termed as post liberalization period during which not only the quantum of FDI to India escalated but the sectoral composition of FDI also underwent tremendous change
International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology , 2012,
Abstract: This paper represents filtering of ECG signal of a healthy person and also an unhealthy person using Butterworth filter and then we extract the features of the resultant noise free ECG signals. The analysis of ECG can benefit from the wide availability of computing technology as far as features and performance as well. The overall process has been subdivided into the process of filtering and then its feature extraction using MATLAB. The features of both the ECG signals are calculated and by comparing these results together we can find theabnormalities in the heart of the unhealthy person. The features calculated are: amplitude of P wave, amplitude of R wave, amplitude of T wave, RR interval etc.
Calcifying Tumor of Malherbe
Dr.Bharti Padmakar Baviskar,Dr. Ravindra Karle,Dr. Shubhangi Prashant Nigwekar,DR. SOMEN MISRA
International Journal of Biomedical and Advance Research , 2013, DOI: 10.7439/ijbar.v4i3.321
Abstract: ABSTRACT Tumours of the eyelid are not very common. Frequently we come across squamous cell carcinoma. We are reporting a rare case of calcifying epithelioma of eye. The usual presenting region is the hair bearing areas of body and upper extremity. A 15 years old male presented with swelling over upper lid. Clinically diagnosed as molluscum contagiosum. Surgical excision was carried out. Histopathology confirmed it as calcifying epithelioma of the eye. Epithelioma situated over the eyelid is very rare.
Dr. Ajay Bharti,Dr. Sachin Avasthi,Dr. Kapil Solanki,Dr. Sanjay Kumar
Internet Journal of Medical Update - EJOURNAL , 2010,
Abstract: Lateral epicondylitis is a well known elbow disorder known to affect a variety of population. Though the disorder is expected to affect a lot of sports personnel, the incidence is not uncommon in persons of household activities. The management comprises of conservative to operative with a dilemma of what to be done in most of the affected population. A large number of interventions have been tried to delineate the best modality but none of them proved to be conclusive. The aim of the present study was to prove the efficacy of cheapest possible interventional modality autologous blood for treatment of Lateral Epicondylitis. Twenty five patients of Tennis elbow were included in this study who have attended the OPD of GSVM Medical College and associated LLR Hospital, Kanpur from November 2007 to April 2008 and fulfilled inclusion and exclusion criteria. 78% were females, mostly housewives involved in regular household activities. All the patients were infiltrated autologous blood with local anaesthetic infiltration. Patients were deprived of regular activities for 3 weeks after infiltration. Follow up was done at weekly interval for 2 weeks and then at 6th week and 12th week. Assessment was done using Visual Analogue Scale ( VAS) and Verhaar et al scoring system. Total follow up period was 3 months. We observed that the mean VAS score improved from preinfiltrative 6.40±1.22 to 0.48±1.53 with p value being < .001. 64% patients showed excellent results and 32% showed good results as per Verhaar et al scoring system on 12 weeks follow up. One patient did not respond to this procedure and showed poor result as per Verhaar et al score. Therefore, autologous blood infiltration is a safe and effective modality in treatment of Lateral Epicondylitis.
A study on the cutaneous manifestations of diabetes mellitus
Neerja Puri
Our Dermatology Online , 2012,
Abstract: The cutaneous manifestations of diabetes mellitus are varied. We conducted a study of fifty patients having diabetes mellitus coming from the department of dermatology and medicine. The commonest cutaneous feature of diabetes were pyodermas seen in 40% patients, dermatophytosis seen in 36% patients, pruritis diabetic thick skin seen in 20 % patients, diabetic dermopathy seen in 16% patients, diabetic bulla and rubeosis seen in 8% patients each and meralgia paraesthetica and diabetic foot seen in 4% patients each. About the associations of diabetes mellitus, achrchordons were seen in 8% patients, vitiligo and perforating dermatoses were seen in 6% patients each, granuloma annulare, eruptive xanthomas, acanthosis nigricans, necrobiosis lipoidica and oral lichen planus were seen in 4 % patients each and xanthelasma was seen in 2% patients.
A study on the clinical and hormonal profile of patients with hirsutism
Neerja Puri
Our Dermatology Online , 2012,
Abstract: Hirsutism is the presence of terminal hairs in a male-like pattern in females, due to elevated male hormone levels. Females with hirsutism are often overweight and have metabolism disturbances as insulin resistance and impaired glucose tolerance. We selected fifty patients of hirsutism from the department of dermatology for the study. A thorough physical examination with specific emphasis on signs of virilization (including frontal baldness, loss of female body contours, increased muscularity, acne, clitoromegaly, and atrophy of breast) was done in all the patients.
Onchomycosis – a clinical and mycological study of 75 cases
Neerja Puri
Our Dermatology Online , 2012,
Abstract: Onychomycosis or fungal infection of the nails is a common disease, especially in older persons. A mycological study of onchomycosis was undertaken in 75 patients. The nails were judged to be infected by their clinical appearance. There were a total of 75 suspected cases of onychomycosis. Of these 75 cases 22.6% were positive by direct microscopy and 33.3% were culture positive. Of these 75 cases, 18 were males (24%) and 57 (76 %) were females, male to female ratio being. The commonest age group was 31-40 years followed by 21-30 years. The finger nails were more frequently involved. i.e. 45 (60 %), followed by toe nails 30 (40 %) and both in 18 (24%) cases. Ratio of finger nail to toe nail infection was 1.5:1. Distal and lateral subungual onychomycosis (DLSO) was the commonest clinical pattern (76%) followed by total dystrophic onychomycosis (18.66%) and then superficial white onychomycosis (4%) and proximal subungual onychomycosis (1.33%). The most common fungal isolates were dermatophytes of which 44% were Trytophyton rubrum, 4% were Trytophyton mentagrophytes. Non dermatophyte moulds constituted 16% of the fungus isolates. Onychomycosis was found to be the commonest in housewives (52%), followed by serviceman / businessman (32%) followed by farmers (8%) and labourer and student 4% each.
Infantile psoriasis treated successfully with topical calcipotriene
Neerja Puri
Our Dermatology Online , 2013,
Abstract: Infantile psoriasis is a benign disease. Systemic features are rare and spontaneous remission occurs. There is a hazard of viral infection particularly in steroid treated children. Psoriasis in infancy is often more therapeutically challenging than atopic and seborrheic dermatitis. We report a case of nine month old infant treated with topical calcipotriene for infantile psoriasis who experienced greater benefit than he had with standard corticosteroid medications.
A study on the use of imiquimod for the treatment of genital molluscum contagiosum and genital warts in female patients
Puri Neerja
Indian Journal of Sexually Transmitted Diseases , 2009,
Abstract: The clinical effect of imiquimod stems from cytokine-induced activation of the immune system. A randomized study was conducted to study the efficacy and safety of daily applications of 5% imiquimod cream in female patients with external genital warts and molluscum contagiosum (MC). The clearance rate of lesions was 75% in genital MC patients and 50% in patients with genital warts. Erythema was the commonest adverse reaction seen in 24% patients with the use of 5% imiquimod. Other side effects were excoriation seen in 16% patients, erosions in 10% patients, excoriation in 6% patients and pain was seen in 4% patients.
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