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Myasthenia Gravis in a Patient with HIV
Singh YN,Singh AJ,OzukumI,Singh LN
Indian Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation , 2009,
Abstract: A 25 year old female presented with facial weaknessand symmetrical proximal weakness of the extremitieswhich was aggravated on exertion. Clinical examinationand laboratory investigations were diagnostic ofmyasthenia gravis. Moreover, the patient tested positivefor HIV. Management with anticholinesterase medicationshowed marked improvement in overall strength andperformance of activities of daily living (ADL). Thepossibility of simultaneous affection with myastheniagravis should be borne in mind when HIV patients presentwith weakness.
HIV Associated Arthritis
Singh AJ,Singh LN,Singh B,Singh YN
Indian Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation , 2009,
Abstract: Objectives: To find out pattern of joints involved andeffectiveness of a treatment program in HIV associatedarthritisMethods: A cohort of 26 Human ImmunodeficiencyVirus (HIV) associated arthritis patients (21 males and 5females) who attended Department of Physical Medicineand Rehabilitation of the Regional Institute of MedicalSciences, Imphal was studied during 2002 and 2005. CD4count and joint fluid examination including culture andsensitivity were performed before initiation of thetreatment. A management program consisting ofNSAIDs, intra-articular (I/A) methyl prednisoloneinjection upto a maximum of 3 times, range of mobilizationexercises, strengthening of muscles around the joint, localrestriction of activities to protect joints was instituted.Low dose oral corticosteroids was considered when therewas persistence of joint effusion after I/A methylprednisolone injection(s). Joint score, pain score andactivities of daily living score were assessed at baseline,3 and 6 months.Results: Mean age of the patients was 33.2 (SD, 6.6)years. Knee joint was involved in 22 cases followed byankle joint in 5 cases. More than two joints were involvedin 7 cases. Median CD4 count was 484 (range 231-897).The synovial fluid showed features of inflammation andwas sterile. Nineteen cases (73%) remained symptomfree for at least 3 months after I/A injection ofmethylprednisolone. Of the 7 refractory cases, all in kneejoints, two had associated hyperuricemia. Synovial biopsyshowed tuberculosis in one and the case responded tothe addition of antitubercular drugs. And other caseresponded to hypouricaemic drug. Four cases respondedto low dose oral corticosteroids and another caseresponded only after initiation of antiretroviral treatment.Conclusions: Knee was the most commonly involvedjoint. Intraarticular methylprednisolone seem to beeffective in the management of these cases in addition tothe rehabilitation program. Low dose oral prednisolne wasfound to be a good adjunct in refractory cases.
Comparative Analysis of the Level of Social Integration in Cattle Farmers’ Groups in Banjarnegara District, Indonesia
M Sugiarto,YN Wakhidati
Journal of Animal Production , 2007,
Abstract: Pembentukan dan pengembangan kelompok peternak akan dapat meningkatkan kekompakan dan kebersamaan antar peternak dalam melakukan aktifitas usaha peternakan. Melalui kelompok peternak, anggota akan bersatu dan bekerja sama untuk menjadikan mereka lebih berdaya (empowered). Integrasi sosial (social integration) di dalam kelompok peternak merupakan faktor yang penting dalam upaya peningkatan proses pemberdayaan anggota dan keberlanjutan kelompok ternak. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui dan membandingkan tingkat integrasi sosial peternak dalam kelompok peternak yang digolongkan berdasarkan tingkat perkembangan organisasi (organizational development) di Kabupaten Banjarnegara. Ketiga golongan kelompok peternak tersebut adalah pemula (beginner), madya (intermediate) dan lanjut (advance). Delapan kelompok peternak yang terdiri dari 145 peternak dipilih sebagai responden dengan menggunakan metode pengambilan sample berjenjang. Data tentang tingkat integrasi sosial dikumpulkan menggunakan kuisioner terbuka dan tertutup. Uji Kruskal-Wallis digunakan untuk membandingkan tingkat integrasi sosial pada tiga golongan kelompok ternak berdasarkan tingkat perkembangan oganisasi. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa integrasi sosial peternak di dalam kelompok peternak di Kabupaten Banjarnegara sudah cukup tinggi. Berdasarkan uji Kruskal-Wallis, tingkat integrasi sosial peternak menunjukkan perbedaan (P<0,05) pada ketiga golongan kelompok ternak yang ada di Kabupaten Banjarnegara (pemula, madya dan lanjut). Peternak pada kelompok peternak golongan lanjut (advance) mempunyai rata-rata tingkat sosial integrasi yang relatif lebih tinggi dibandingkan pada kelompok peternak golongan pemula (beginner) dan madya (intermediate). (Animal Production 9(2): 184-189 (2007) Kata Kunci: Pemberdayaan, integrasi sosial, tingkat perkembangan organisasi
FACTORS INFLUENCING SOLID SOLUBILITIES OF RARE-EARTHS IN Pd
FACTORS INFLUENCING SOLID SOLUBILITIES OFRARE-EARTHS IN Pd

YN Ning,YT Ning,
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金属学报(英文版) , 1997,
Abstract: 1.IntroductionInmostmetalsolvents,therare-earths(RE)areinsolubleorhavequitesmallsolidsolubilities.EveninsolventslikeAgandAu,themaximumsolidsolubilitiesofheavyrare-earthsarelessthan1oat.%,whichhavealreadybeenreviewedinRefs.1-3].ThesoIidsolubilitiesofrare-earthsinPd,however,aregenerallylargerthan1Oat.%exceptafewlightrare-earthssuchasLaandNdwhichhavequitesmallvalues.Althoughthealloyingbehaviorofpalladiumwithrare-earthswasdiscussedbasedontheatomicsizeeffectl4],thespecialityforthesolidsolubili…
Multiresolution Analysis for Compactly Supported Interpolating Tensor Product Wavelets (long version)
Tommi H?yn?l?nmaa
Mathematics , 2010,
Abstract: We construct multidimensional interpolating tensor product MRA's of the function spaces $C_0(\mathbb{R}^n,K)$, $K = \mathbb{R}$ or $K = \mathbb{C}$, consisting of real or complex valued functions on $\mathbb{R}^n$ vanishing at infinity and the function spaces $C_\textrm{u}(\mathbb{R}^n,K)$ consisting of bounded and uniformly continuous functions on $\mathbb{R}^n$. We also construct an interpolating dual MRA for both of these spaces. The theory of the tensor products of Banach spaces is used. We generalize the Besov space norm equivalence result from Donoho (1992, Interpolating Wavelet Transforms) to our $n$-dimensional construction.
Formulación de la política de transporte público en la Alcaldía de Maracaibo en los noventa: El papel del Banco Mundial*
Molero González,Estílita Ynés;
Revista Venezolana de Gerencia , 2007,
Abstract: the purpose of this investigation was to analyze the process of formulating urban public transportation policy by the mayor?s office of maracaibo in the decade of the 1990s. methodology used was to contrast the theoretically supported hypotheses with reality, based on documentary information. results demonstrated that: 1) public transportation policy in the 90s was characterized by the evident relationship between state reforms and the economic market-based model. 2) the principal decision-making subject was the world bank; in the case of the municipality of maracaibo, in correspondence with the ministry of transportation and communications, the venezuelan council for transportation and fontur. 3) actors on the municipal level were: the presidential transportation commission for the city of maracaibo, the municipal institute for collective urban transportation in maracaibo, the research institute for environmental systems at luz and the company systra, who were basically the policy executors. 4) the formal process of formulating a transportation policy in venezuela was developed based on a model pre-established by the world bank for investment project approval around the world. conclusions were that, through international technical aid, world bank criteria were imposed on the transportation policy formulation process in venezuela, while the municipalities executed the policy although they did not participate in its formulation.
In vitro multiplication of Ocimum gratissimum L. through direct regeneration
C Gopi, YN Sekhar, P Ponmurugan
African Journal of Biotechnology , 2006,
Abstract: The objective of this study was to develop a rapid system for regeneration of the important medicinal plant, Ocimum gratissimum L, from nodal explant. Single node explants were inoculated on basal MS (Murashige and Skoog, 1962) medium containing 3% (w/v) sucrose, supplemented with different concentrations and combinations of 6-benzylaminopurine (BAP), kinetin (KN), indole-3-acetic acid (IAA) or indole-3-butyric acid (IBA) for direct plant regeneration. Maximum numbers of shoot (14.3±1.5) were observed on the medium containing 0.5 mg/l BAP and 0.25 mg/l IAA after four weeks of culture. Regenerated shoots were separated and rooted on same half strength MS medium supplemented with 0.5 mg/l of IAA alone for three weeks. Well-developed complete plantlets were transferred on to specially made plastic cup containing soilrite. Acclimatized plantlets were successfully grown in garden soil
Assessment of the Difficult Areas of the Senior Secondary School 2 (Two) Chemistry Syllabus of the Nigeria Science Curriculum
JJ Gongden, EJ Gongden, YN Lohdip
African Journal of Chemical Education , 2011,
Abstract: The senior secondary two chemistry course content of the Nigerian science curriculum was assessed using 10 (ten) selected secondary schools in North Central Nigeria, to determine areas of difficulty, magnitude and reasons for such perceived difficulty. Correlation between the students’ perceived difficulty and their achievement in a test and the relationship between the students’ sex and their perceptions of difficulties were also examined using a difficult rating scale questionnaire and a chemistry achievement test. Percentage mean score, mean difficulty indices, person-product-moment correlation and the t-test methods were used for the analysis of the data collected. A total of 10 (ten) out of the 24 (twenty-four) topics identified were perceived as difficult. There was no significant relationship between students’ perceived difficulty and their achievement. Reasons given for the perceived difficulty included unfamiliarity with the ideas, confusing language, ideas too demanding, insufficient explanation and practical work, topics too mathematical and lack of interest among both sexes. Based on these findings, a critical reassessment of the curriculum was advocated, bearing in mind the cognitive abilities of /and chemistry (science) background of the students. Proper training and re-training (refresher) of teachers was recommended so as to ensure that teaching staff are qualified. Authors of chemistry textbooks should consider the cognitive levels of students of the different levels for choice of suitable vocabulary (language). Teachers should re-examine and evaluate their present teaching strategies so as to be effective and should stop using abstract terms or concepts in the class. Practical work should be emphasized for the acquisition of laboratory skills. The government/proprietors should give priority to equipping the laboratories and improving the teaching and learning environment. Students need counseling, encouragement and enlightenment in order to motivate them in the study of Chemistry.
Activities of the A. P. Leventis, the West African foremost ornithological research center.
GS Mwansat, YN Lohdip, FD Dami
Science World Journal , 2011,
Abstract:
Substance P reconfigures the neural respiratory network in ventrolateral medulla in the neonatal rat brainstem in vitro
Shvarev YN,Lagercrantz H,Yamamoto Y
Respiratory Research , 2001, DOI: 10.1186/rr125
Abstract:
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