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Level of Lead Contamination on Electrical Equipments Electronic Devices Repairmen and Working Environment in the Area of Nakhonratchasima Province, Thailand
Weerapol Wongpraphan,Adisak Singseewo,Tawatchai Thanee,Chantana Padungtod
Research Journal of Medical Sciences , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/rjmsci.2010.88.93
Abstract: A study of the electrical equipment and electronics repaired shops, where in the areas of local government of Khamsakaesang, Nonthai, Nonsoong and Khong SubDistrict, Nakhonratchasima Province, which were in the total amount of 24 repairshops 39 repairmen. Data collection has been done by doing questionnaire and inspecting the levels of blood lead contamination and environmental lead contamination with Graphite Furnace Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer (GFAAS) found that the average level of blood lead was at 8.58 μg dL-1, which the lowest blood lead level was at 1.26 μg dL-1 and the highest blood lead level was at 25.54 μg dL-1. The repairmen, who have different education and work experience levels were statistically having different blood lead level (p<0.05), apart from that there was a found of dust with lead contamination in working areas in the average level of 173.26 g kg-1, which the lowest level was at 49.6 g kg-1 and the highest level was at 354 g kg-1, which is much higher than the specified standard of US EPA. Apparently, repairmen are in risk of health threaten from their unsafe work condition, do not use personal protective equipments, while welding lead their working environment have highly dust lead contamination and terminating hazardous in incorrect way, which cause an effect for their family member, especially childhood and environment could be contaminated directly and indirectly. Then, the related government sectors should be actively operating, solving and managing occupational health and sanitation services for this career.
The Effect of Group Participatory Learning Process on Knowledge, Attitude and Practice for Lead Contamination Prevention on Electrical Equipments and Electronic Devices Repairmen and Work Environment in the Area of Nakhonratchasima Province, Thailand
Weerapol Wongpraphan,Adisak Singseewo,Tawatchai Thanee,Chantana Padungtod
The Social Sciences , 2013, DOI: 10.3923/sscience.2010.202.207
Abstract: This research has a purpose to educate the effect of group participatory learning process on knowledge, attitude and practice for lead contamination prevention on electrical equipments and electronic devices repairmen and work environment in the area of Nakhonratchasima Province, Thailand. There were 39 volunteers as the example group in this research by the researcher producing a training plan and questionnaire relating to general information, knowledge, attitude and practice also finding a qualitative instrument in order to gather information before the training such as interview and soil powder collection at work places and sent them to laboratory to be investigated and analyzed. Furthermore, the training operation was done by the group of participatory learning process with operative occupational health with 3 steps as following; step1: Health Education, step 2: Job Safety Analysis and step 3: Evaluation of Participation. Four months operation were used in repeatedly gathering information after finished the process of informative analysis by Percentage (%), Mean (), Standard Deviation (SD) and Statistic Comparison which used t-test and F-test (One-way ANOVA). The result found that after had training programme, most of repairmen have more general and each aspects of knowledge, attitude and practice on lead contamination prevention than before taking the programme statistically significant rate of (p<0.05) and importantly, the contaminated lead level in soil powder after the training programme was less than before taking the programme statistically significant rate of (p<0.05). Effectively, the process of group participatory learning was applied in operative process of sanitary profession which making more knowledge, attitude and practice in repairmen s lead contamination prevention as well as the related government sectors should considerably put this form of training into workers health improvement action relating to lead contamination safety and must be friendly to the environment.
Some Ecological Aspects of Little Honeybee (Apis florea F.) and Type of Sugar Contents in Honey in Northeast Thailand
Ch. Onlamai,N. Thanee
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2004,
Abstract: This research was carried out at Khon Kaen and Maha Sarakham Provinces in northeastern region of Thailand. The work designed to investigate ecological locations and types of sugar in honey of Little Honeybee (Apis florea F.). The results showed that there were four types of ecological locations found, i.e. cropland and degradation forest, orchard farm, villages, and housing area of government s official. Five types of sugar contents in honey were found with majority of fructose followed by glucose, lactose, maltose, and least with sucrose. The highest amounts of sugar in honey were highest in June followed by February, December, January, March, September, April, October and November. All types of sugar had no effect on egg rate, worker, and drone cells except fructose where it had highly significant effect on number of queen cells. A range of 1-1.05 (g ml-1) of total sugar had highly significant effect on number of queen cells, but with higher range number of queen cells was declined
Proteome Changes in Thai Indigenous Chicken Muscle during Growth Period
Tawatchai Teltathum, Supamit Mekchay
International Journal of Biological Sciences , 2009,
Abstract: Proteomic profiling of the pectoralis muscle of Thai indigenous chickens during growth period was analyzed using two-dimensional gel electrophoresis (2-DE) and matrix assisted laser desorption ionization time of flight mass spectrometry (MALDI-TOF/MS). A total of 259, 161, 120 and 107 protein spots were found to be expressed in the chicken pectoralis muscles at 0, 3, 6 and 18 weeks of age, respectively. From these expressed proteins, five distinct protein spots were significantly associated with chicken age. These protein spots were characterized and showed homology with phosphoglycerate mutase 1 (PGAM1), apolipoprotein A1 (APOA1), triosephosphate isomerase 1 (TPI1), heat shock protein 25 kDa (HSP25) and fatty acid binding protein 3 (FABP3). These five protein spots were categorized as follows: (i) the expression levels of PGAM1 and TPI1 proteins were positively correlated with chicken aging (p<0.05), (ii) the expression levels of APOA1 and FABP3 proteins were negatively correlated with chicken aging (p<0.05) and (iii) the expression levels of the HSP25 protein were up- and down-regulated during growth period. Moreover, the mRNA expression levels of the FABP3 and HSP25 genes were significantly decreased in muscle during the growth period (p<0.05), whereas no significant changes of the PGAM1, TPI1 and APOA1 gene expression from the chicken muscle was observed. The identified proteins were classified as metabolic and stress proteins. This demonstrates a difference in energy metabolism and stress proteins between age groups and shows that proteomics is a useful tool to uncover the molecular basis of physiological differences in muscle during the growth period.
Implementation of Multi-Protocol, Data Acquisition With High Speed USB Interface, Using FPGA
S. Thanee,S. Somkuarnpanit,S. Khuntaweetep
Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science , 2010,
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FPGA-Based Multi Protocol Data Acquisition System with High Speed USB Interface
S. Thanee,S. Somkuarnpanit,K. Saetang
Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science , 2010,
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Extracting Structural Image Contents
Pornchai Mongkolnam,Thanee Dechsakulthorn,Chakarida Nukoolkit
Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science , 2008,
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Perioperative outcomes of open radical prostatectomy versus laparoscopic radical prostatectomy in Asian men: comparison of two initial series by the same surgeon
Leewansangtong, Sunai;Wiangsakunna, Wirat;Taweemankongsap, Tawatchai;
International braz j urol , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1677-55382009000200004
Abstract: purpose: to compare the perioperative outcomes in 2 initial series of open radical prostatectomy (orp) and laparoscopic radical prostatectomy (lrp) in asian men with prostate cancer. material and methods: from march 1999 to february 2007, the first 100 consecutive patients who underwent orp and the first 100 consecutive patients who underwent lrp by the same surgeon (sl) were assessed. mean age, clinical stage, preoperative psa level, gleason score, operative time, estimated blood loss, blood transfusion rate, perioperative complications, pathological stage and margin status were compared between the 2 groups. results: for each 100 patients in orp and lrp, mean age and clinical stage were not significantly different. the operative time in lrp was significantly longer than orp (188 ± 55 versus 114 ± 31 minute, p value = 0.01). mean estimated blood loss and blood transfusion rate in lrp was significantly lower than orp, 521 ± 328 versus 809 ± 510 ml (p value = 0.03) and 27% versus 55% (p value = 0.01), respectively. for pathological organ confined disease, the free surgical margin rate of orp and lrp was not significantly different (88.9% versus 91.3%, respectively, p = 0.58). there was no significant major complication in either group. conclusions: for initial experience by a single surgeon, lrp is comparable to orp with no significant morbidity. lrp had longer operative time. however, lrp decreased blood loss and blood transfusion. for localized prostate cancer, free surgical margin rate of orp and lrp was not significantly different.
Participatory Learning Process of Pesticides on Agriculturist in Nakhon Sawan Province
Kitipong Klinman,Chusri Talabmook,Tawatchai Tanee
The Social Sciences , 2013, DOI: 10.3923/sscience.2012.30.32
Abstract: Participation learning process of pesticides on agriculturist in Nakhon Sawan province. The aim is to test and evaluate the learning process involved in the use of chemical pesticides by Agriculturist. Experimental group as growers of of jasmine, Moo 5, Tambon Khao Din Kao Liao district Nakhon Sawan province, 30 people and the control group as growers of jasmine, Moo 1, Tambon Khao Din Kao Liao district Nakhon Sawan province, 30 were obtained by simple random sampling. The instruments used in research on the level of knowledge of the 20 items measure the attitudes of 20 items and 24 items on behavioral scaling test. The collected data were analyzed by using percentage; mean, Standard Deviation (SD) and t-test (Paired t-test) were employed for testing hypotheses. The research results that sample is the female (63.3%) age 40-59 years (53.3%), elementary education (86.7%) period of time in earning a living grow the jasmine, >10 years (56.7%), used lannate for insecticide (86.7%), used furadan for fungus (60.0%), used grammoxone for herbicides (43.3%) and frequency of pesticides use since 2 time week-1 (50.0%), the time to spray chemical pesticides. Each time, it is ≤1 h (63.3%) and the enzyme cholinesterase at risk (50.0%). Experiment with knowledge, attitudes and behavior in the use of chemical pesticides is higher than the control group statistically significant at the 0.05 level and the amount of the enzyme cholinesterase in the blood higher than the control group had not significant statistical level of 0.05.
Knowledge Attitude Behavioral and Cholinesterase Level of Agriculturist on Pesticides in Nakhon Sawan Province
Kitipong Klinman,Chusri Talabmook,Tawatchai Tanee
The Social Sciences , 2013, DOI: 10.3923/sscience.2011.141.143
Abstract: This research aims to study knowledge, attitude, behavioral and cholinesterase level on pesticides of agriculturist with different sex, age, educational level and frequency of pesticide use. Samples were 385 agriculturists of Maung, Banphotpisai and Koaleaw district in Nakhon Sawan province obtained by the simple random sampling technique. The instruments used for the study included; 20 items of knowledge test, 20 items scale on attitude and 24 items scale on behavior about pesticides use and reactive paper. The collected data were analyzed by using percentage; mean, Standard Deviation (SD) and F-test (One-way MANOVA) were employed for testing hypotheses. The research results revealed that most of samples are female (62.6%), age between 40-59 years old (62.9%), finished on elementary education (77.9%), period of time in earning a living by grow the jasmine <5 years (40.8%) used methomyl for insecticide (48.3%) used furadan for fungicide (45.5%) used bipyridylium for Herbicides (49.1%) and more frequently use pesticides about 2 times week-1 (58.9%). Agriculturist with different age, educational level and frequency of pesticide use did show knowledge, attitude and behavioral and cholinesterase level pesticide differently (p<0.05) but agriculturist with different sex did not show knowledge, attitude and behavioral and cholinesterase level pesticide differently (p>0.05).
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