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GARLIC AND ONION IN DENTISTRY
Ramachandran Sudarshan,Rajeshwari G.Annigeri,G. Sree Vijayabala
International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy , 2012,
Abstract: Onion and garlic are the commonly used ingredients in the kitchen. We are still completely unaware that its health benefits are numerous. They have been tried in vivo in the treatment of deadly diseases like cancer, HIV etc. and are proved to be successful. They both belong to same family of Allium genus. They provide benefit even in morphine withdrawal, diabetes and are known to confer significant immunity to humans. Here, in this review, we discuss the constituents, properties; medicinal uses, Dental applications, adverse effects and contraindications of these naturally available herbs.
Comparative study of clinicofunctional staging of oral submucous fibrosis with qualitative analysis of collagen fibers under polarizing microscopy
Ceena Denny,Bastian T,Ashok L,Annigeri Rajeshwari
Indian Journal of Dental Research , 2009,
Abstract: Objective : The aim of the study was to assess the severity of the disease in oral submucous fibrosis (OSF), correlate the clinical, functional staging with histopathological staging, and analyze collagen distribution in different stages of OSF using the picrosirius red stain under polarizing microscopy. Materials and Methods : The study included randomly incorporated 50 subjects, of whom 40 were patients with OSF, and 10 were in the control group. Clinical, functional staging in OSF cases was done depending upon definite criteria. A histopathological study was conducted using the hematoxylin and eosin stain and picrosirius red stain. Collagen fibers were analyzed for thickness and polarizing colors. Furthermore, clinical, functional, and histopathological stages were compared. Statistical Analysis : Descriptive data which included mean, SD, and percentages were calculated for each group. Categorical data were analyzed by the chi-square test. Multiple group comparisons were made by one-way ANOVA followed by Student′s t-test for pairwise comparisons. For all tests, a P-value of 0.05 or less was considered for statistical significance. Results : As the severity of the disease increased, clinically, there was definite progression in subjective and objective symptoms. Polarized microscopic, examination revealed, there was a gradual decrease in the green-greenish yellow color of the fibers and a shift to orange red-red color with increase in severity of the disease. Thereby, it appeared that the tight packing of collagen fibers in OSF progressively increased as the disease progressed from early to advanced stages. We observed that the comparison of functional staging with histopathological staging was a more reliable indicator of the severity of the disease. Conclusion : In the present study, we observed that mouth opening was restricted with advancing stages of OSF. The investigation also points to the importance of assessing the cases of OSF, especially with regard to functional and histological staging in planning the treatment.
Preparation and Characterization of Activated Carbons from Parthenium biomass by Physical and Chemical Activation Techniques
Rajeshwari Sivaraj,Venckatesh Rajendran,G. Sangeetha Gunalan
Journal of Chemistry , 2010, DOI: 10.1155/2010/948015
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Activated carbon prepared from Eichornia Crassipes as an adsorbent for the removal of dyes from aqueous solution
Rajeshwari Sivaraj,Venckatesh.R,Gowri,,Sangeetha.G
International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology , 2010,
Abstract: The ability of the activated carbon prepared from Eichornia Crassipes to remove Reactive Magenta B and Reactive Turquoise Blue dyes from aqueous solution has been carried out as a function of contact time,dose (0.1-0.60 mg/50ml for Magenta B and 0.25-2.0 mg/50ml for Turquoise Blue), pH (2-10) and concentration (25, 50, 75, 100mg.L-1). An amount of 0.6 g of the adsorbent could remove 56.0% of the dyefrom 100mg.L-1 Magenta B dye solution and 2.0 g could remove 45.87% of Turquoise Blue dye from 100 mg.L-1 Turquoise Blue dye solution. The amount of dye adsorbed per unit weight of the adsorbent increased from 15.64 to 56.01mg.g-1 with increasing concentration from 25 to 100 mg.L-1. The kinetics of adsorption was discussed in view of the kinetic models, the pseudo-first-order Lagergren model, Langmuir,Freundlich, Tempkin, Harkin’s-Jura, Elovich and the pseudo- econd-order model.
Leptospires in field Rats in and around the laboratory animal facilities of Banglore, India
G. Vinodkumar,Y. B. Rajeshwari,Shivaraj,U. Krishnamoorthy
Veterinary World , 2011,
Abstract: The present study was undertaken to determine the prevalence of leptospires in field rats in and around laboratory animal facilities in Bangalore. 34 rats were trapped alive in and around the laboratory animal facilities in Bangalore. Urine and serum samples from theses field rats were collected. Serum samples were tested for anti-leptospiral antibodies by microscopic agglutination test, while urine samples were subjected for dark field microscopy and polymerase chain reaction to detect the presence of leptospiral antigens. Serology revealed the presence of antileptospiral antibodies in 19 (61.29 percent) field rats and dark field microscopy revealed the presence of leptospiral antigens in 3 (8.82 percent) and 6 (17.65 percent) of urine samples of these field rats. Among the serovars, Icterohaemorrhagiae was predominant followed by Autumnalis and Pyrogens. Serology dark field microscopy and polymerase chain reaction reveals that field rats are major natural carriers and shedders of leptospires. [Vet. World 2011; 4(9.000): 410-412]
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].
Lepromatous leprosy of histoid type
Annigeri S,Metgud S,Patil J
Indian Journal of Medical Microbiology , 2007,
Abstract: Histoid leprosy is a variant of lepromatous leprosy, which develops as a result of resistance to dapsone monotherapy. Here we report two cases of lepromatous leprosy of histoid type, one with typical and another with atypical presentations.
An Audit of Indications, Complications, and Justification of Hysterectomies at a Teaching Hospital in India
Deeksha Pandey,Kriti Sehgal,Aashish Saxena,Shripad Hebbar,Jayaram Nambiar,Rajeshwari G. Bhat
International Journal of Reproductive Medicine , 2014, DOI: 10.1155/2014/279273
Abstract: Objective. Aim of this audit was to analyze indications, complications, and correlation of preoperative diagnosis with final histopathology report of all hysterectomies, performed in a premier teaching hospital. Methods. Present study involved all patients who underwent hysterectomy at a premier university hospital in Southern India, in one year (from 1 January, 2012, to 31 December, 2012). Results. Most common surgical approach was abdominal (74.7%), followed by vaginal (17.8%), and laparoscopic (6.6%) hysterectomy. Most common indication for hysterectomy was symptomatic fibroid uterus (39.9%), followed by uterovaginal prolapse (16.3%). Overall complication rate was 8.5%. Around 84% had the same pathology as suspected preoperatively. Only 6 (5 with preoperative diagnosis of abnormal uterine bleeding and one with high grade premalignant cervical lesion) had no significant pathology in their hysterectomy specimen. Conclusion. Hysterectomy is used commonly to improve the quality of life; however at times it is a lifesaving procedure. As any surgical procedure is associated with a risk of complications, the indication should be carefully evaluated. With the emergence of many conservative approaches to deal with benign gynecological conditions, it is prudent to discuss available options with the patient before taking a direct decision of surgically removing her uterus. 1. Introduction Hysterectomy is the second most frequently performed major surgical procedures on women all over the world, next only to cesarean. In US, approximately 600,000 hysterectomies are performed each year [1]. In India no national statistics for hysterectomy is available. A study conducted in a northern state of India (Haryana) states that incidence of hysterectomy was 7% among married women above 15 years of age [2]. Another study from a western state (Gujarat) pointed out that 7-8% of rural women and 5% of urban women had already undergone hysterectomy at an average age of 37 years [3]. Indications of hysterectomy vary from benign condition to malignancies of genital tract. Term “hysterectomy” though means removal of uterus, in practice it has a much wider classification depending upon the indication. At times it is done without removal of the cervix (supracervical hysterectomy) or with removal of adnexa (hysterectomy with salpingo-oophorectomy). It can also be a part of staging laparotomy or radical hysterectomy. Hysterectomy can be performed abdominally, vaginally or through abdominal ports with help of a laparoscope. Approach depends on surgeon’s preference, indication for
EVALUATION OF PHYTOCHEMICAL CONSTITUENT IN CONVENTIONAL AND NON CONVENTIONAL SPECIES OF CURCUMA
Saxena Jyoti,Sahu Rajeshwari
International Research Journal of Pharmacy , 2012,
Abstract: Plants and plant based medicaments are the basis of many of the modern pharmaceutical we use today for our various aliment. Plant show medicinal properties as it contain phytochemical constituent. Phytochemical constituent are non nutritive plant chemical that have disease preventive properties .This paper reports an investigation of phytochemical constituent present in the Methanolic crude rhizome extract of conventional and non conventional Curcuma species i.e Curcuma caecia , Curcuma amada and Cucrcuma longa .The phytochemical analysis was performed to detect the presence of Carbohydrates ,Starch, Amino acid, Steroid, Tannin ,Alkaloid , Flavanoid ,Glycoside and Saponin . Presence of phytochemical constituent shows the protective and disease preventive properties of plants.
Screening of Total Phenolic and Flavonoid Content in Conventional and Non-Conventional Species of Curcuma
Rajeshwari Sahu,Jyoti Saxena
Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry , 2013,
Abstract: The zingiberacea the largest family in zingeberales comprises generally 300 genera and 1000 species. The present study aim at comparing the TPC and TFC in conventional and Non-conventional species of curcuma. The TPC of all three species ranged from 92.30±0.05 to 260 ± 0.025 mg gallic acid equivalent/g and total flavonoid content ranged from 22.52±0.015 to 79.36±0.01 mg quercetin equivalent/g. The results of the study highlighted that conventional curcuma species had higher phenolic and flavonoid content.
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