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Ragging: A public health problem in India
Garg Rajesh
Indian Journal of Medical Sciences , 2009,
Abstract: Ragging is any disorderly conduct that has the effect of teasing or handling with rudeness any student, which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, harm or to raise fear in a junior so as to adversely affect the psyche of the junior. Ragging is practiced all over the world, with different nomenclature like hazing, fagging; bapteme in French; doop in Dutch; and Mopokaste in Finnish. The first recorded cases of ragging were in the 8 th century BC during the Olympics in Greece. Ragging has been frequently associated with a broad spectrum of physical, behavioral, emotional and social problems among the victims. It independently increases suicide risks. Some of the reasons given by students for ragging are they were also ragged by their seniors; sense of superiority; and introduction. Other factors perpetuating ragging are use of alcohol in hostels and lack of implementation of serious anti-ragging measures by college authorities. Various practical steps to control ragging must include strict role of authorities, ban on alcohol within college and hostels, surprise raids in hostels at night, postings (with accommodation) of wardens in hostels, separate hostels for juniors, presence of college "disciplinary committee" and "cultural committee," strict punishments for those involved in ragging, actions by Medical Council of India (MCI) and University Grants Commission (UGC) against the erring colleges and universities and formulation of anti-ragging laws. Ragging should be declared a public health problem because it involves the physical, mental and social exploitation of not only an individual but also of his/her family and the society as a whole.
Rajesh Kumar Garg,Vikram Singh
International Journal on Computer Science and Engineering , 2010,
Abstract: A simulator is designed and developed or helping embedded system development team to plan their time schedule, work flow etc. and distribute human resources and their efforts over various phasesof washing machine development. The simulator helps in identifying development phases of washing machine for successful operations of overall system. The development process of washing machine has beendone in a cost effective way by planning and managing and simulating the system. The simulator gives the results in form of critical and near-critical phases while considering the rest of phases as concurrent development activities. The simulator has been a handytool for engineers in developing the system in an optimal manner. Hardware/Software Codesign approach in which both hardware and software designers’ work together to develop a system is used inthis work.
Simulation Based Design of Retention Tank of Modular Controller Discharge System (MCDS) for Train Coaches
Rajesh Kumar Garg,Vikram Singh
International Journal on Computer Science and Engineering , 2010,
Abstract: As increasingly more complex embedded systems are being considered for design, their design and validation is proving a Herculean task. Innovative applications demand stringent requirements, necessitating improvements in technologies and system design methodologies. It is where simulation and modeling come in to picture. Modern embeddedsystem design philosophy is heavily dependent on simulation. Simulation provides a means to model an embedded system, perform experiments with the model, test, and evaluate the designs prior to committing to implementation, thus allowing design flaws to be detected and corrected early in the design process. In this paper, the design for retention tank of Modular Controller Discharge System (MCDS) is proposed which is a modernized toilet system for trains to avoid the spillage at undesired places or at railway platforms. Speed sensors help to dump the waste at a suitable distance from the railway station. Intermediate tank is used under the toilet seat and it is designed using simulation. A Programmable Logic Controller is used to control the action of storage tank.
Rajesh Garg,V B Gupta
Journal of Global Pharma Technology , 2010, DOI: 10.1234/jgpt.v2i7.246
Abstract: Asparagus racemosus is classified in Ayurveda, the ancient Hindu system of medicine, as Vajikaran because of their positive in uence on sexual performance in humans. A traditional belief regarding mode of administration of Asparagus racemosus is still unrevealed. According to this conviction Ksheerpaka (milk decoction) of Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus) is therapeutically more potent than any other form of dosage. In present study Aphrodisiac activity was tested to validate cited traditional claim regarding potentiality of milk decoction of A. racemosus. Milk and aqueous decoction of roots of A. racemosus, were studied for aphrodisiac activity in male albino rats and compared with untreated control group animals (total N = 60). The rats were evaluated for effect of treatments on anabolic effect. Six measures of sexual behavior were evaluated. 200 mg/ kg body weight of milk decoction showed a signi cant difference in the sexual behavior of animals as re ected by reduction of mount latency, ejaculation latency, post ejaculatory latency, intromission latency, and an increase of mount frequency. Penile erection (indicated by Penile Erection Index) was also considerably enhanced. Reduced hesitation time (an indicator of attraction towards female in treated rats) also indicated an improvement in sexual behavior of extract treated animals. The observed effects appear to be attributable to the testosterone-like effects of the milk decoction of A. racemosus. Nitric oxide based intervention may also be involved as observable from the improved penile erection. Present results provide evidence that the milk decoction of A. racemosus not only useful in overall sexual performance but may also be helpful in erectile dysfunction. Therefore, the traditional belief that Ksheerpaka (milk decoction) of Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus) is more potent adaptogenic than any other form of dosage may be valid.
International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology , 2011,
Abstract: This paper investigates the effect of process parameters in turning of Titanium grade 2 on conventional lathe.Three parameters namely spindle speed, depth of cut and feed rate are varied to study their effect on material removal rate and tool failure. The experiments are conducted using one factor at a time approach. Moreover, a few random experiments are also carried to study the phenomenon of tool failure. The study reveals that material removal rate is directly influenced by all the three process parameters. However the effect of spindlespeed and feed rate is more as compared to depth of cut. An optimum range of input parameters has been bracketed as the final outcome for carrying out further research.
Ophthalmic manifestations of human immunodeficiency virus infection: Pre- highly active antiretroviral chemotherapy (HAART) and post- HAART era
Sinha Rajesh,Vashisht Naginder,Garg Satpal
Indian Journal of Ophthalmology , 2008,
Newer investigations and management guidelines in uveitis
Sinha Rajesh,Naithani Prashant,Garg Satpal
Indian Journal of Ophthalmology , 2010,
Sutureless vitrectomy: Review of journal abstracts
Sinha Rajesh,Mandal Subrato,Garg Sat
Indian Journal of Ophthalmology , 2008,
Percutaneous panvascular intervention in an unusual case of extensive atherosclerotic disease
Rajesh Vijayvergiya,Dheeraj Garg,Saroj K Sinha
World Journal of Cardiology , 2012, DOI: 10.4330/wjc.v4.i2.48
Abstract: It is common to see patients with atherosclerotic coronary disease and peripheral arterial disease in routine clinical practice. One needs to have a comprehensive and integrated multi-speciality approach and panvascular revascularization in such patients. We report a 54-year-old diabetic hypertensive male with extensive atherosclerotic coronary and peripheral arterial disease, who presented with congestive heart failure, claudication of both lower limbs and mesenteric ischemia. He underwent successful percutaneous panvascular revascularization of coronary, renal, mesenteric, aorto-iliac and superficial femoral arteries. Long-term patency of all the stents was also documented.
"A Free thenar flap – A case report"
Rajesh Garg, Boris KK Fung, Shew Chow, Wing Ip
Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Research , 2007, DOI: 10.1186/1749-799x-2-4
Abstract: Numerous local or regional flaps have been used to cover medium to small size volar soft tissue defects of the digit. Large volar defects over the digit have presented a therapeutic challenge to the reconstructive hand surgeon. Free flaps from the feet or toes have been used to provide satisfactory coverage of these large defects, however donor site morbidity is unavoidable and the patient's acceptance is questionable.We would like to report an alternative method to resurface a large volar defect of the finger utilizing a free thenar flap.A 36 year old man sustained a degloving injury to his right, middle finger (which he caught in a machine, while at work) resulting in a large volar soft tissue defect extending from the tip of the distal phalanx to the mid portion of the middle phalanx. Bone and part of the profundus tendon was exposed (Fig. 1). The tip of the distal phalanx was crushed, without any other bony injury.A primary debridment was done on the day of injury, because the wound was contaminated with grease and grit in the emergency operation theatre. The exposed tendon and bone was covered with a collagen dressing.When the wound was inspected on day 3, it was found to be healthy and a flap was planned to cover the exposed tissues.We have had a lot of experience with cross finger flaps and free flaps from the toe and foot. However, they have been associated with lack of patient compliance, morbidity to the donor areas and immobilization in the case of cross finger flaps. Therefore, we planned to do a free thenar flap, based on the superficial branch of the radial artery. We had carried out cadaver dissections and found the vascular supply consistently associated with this fasciocutaneous flap. This fasciocutaneous flap would have a texture similar to the pulp tissue. The other main advantage of the free thenar flap would be its sensory supply by either of the nerves (palmar cutaneous branch of median nerve, lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve or branch of s
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