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INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO MANAGER- MOBILE APPLICATION
A.N. ADAPANAWAR,VIKRANT KADAM,ARJUN RAVAL,ASHISH UJJAWAL
International Journal on Computer Science and Engineering , 2012,
Abstract: The application of this project is to help the user keep track of his investments and manage his portfolio anytime, anywhere. A system of this sort finds its applications in trading, keeping track of the user's/company's cumulative profit/loss from multiple investments in stocks, mutual funds or fixed income, helping the user keep an eye on the market fluctuations in real-time and aid in financial decision-making even when a user is on the move. The highly interactive and rich Interface of the application is both convenient and inviting to the user, while abstracting the underlying live fetching of data, manipulation and storage. Finally, the techniques will beimplemented on standard available hardware without compromising on performance. It takes advantage of Android, the most successful and popular endeavors of Google till date thus offering great potential in a huge market.
Hand, foot and mouth disease in Nagpur
Saoji Vikrant
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 2008,
Abstract: Hand, foot and mouth disease (HFMD) is a viral infection of children caused by Coxsackie virus-A16, a type of enterovirus closely related with the virus that causes herpangina. Although seen worldwide, it is not common in India. Hand, foot and mouth disease is sporadically reported from India as a mild illness. This report describes four cases of HFMD from Nagpur, Central India, seen between September 2005 and April 2006. All patients presented with a mild febrile prodrome followed by the appearance of aphthous-like oral ulcers and vesicular lesions on the hands and feet. All cases were clinically diagnosed. Coxsackie virus A16 was isolated from the serum of one of the patients. All the patients were in the age group of 3-5 years from different schools. It was a mild illness and all the four patients recovered without any complication. There were no secondary cases in the families.
Premature ovarian failure due to cyclophosphamide: A report of four cases in dermatology practice
Saoji Vikrant
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 2008,
Abstract: Immunosuppressant drugs like cyclophosphamide are used in the treatment of a variety of skin disorders. Though it is a very useful drug, it has some serious side-effects. Prolonged amenorrhea due to premature ovarian failure leading to infertility is one of the serious side-effects of cyclophosphamide. Four cases of cyclophosphamide-induced premature ovarian failure are presented. Two patients of scleroderma, one patient of pemphigus and one patient of hypersensitivity vasculitis developed amenorrhea due to premature ovarian failure leading to infertility after receiving cyclophosphamide 50 mg OD for eight months to one year. The ages of these patients ranged from 28-38 years. All these patients had good improvement of their disease with cyclophosphamide. These patients did not experience any other side-effects and their routine blood and urine tests were normal. There were no spontaneous menses during the follow-up period of one to two years. Because of the serious risk of developing premature ovarian failure, cyclophosphamide should be avoided in those patients where the family is not complete.
Consumer Perceived Value of International Networked Services: An Exploratory Study of the Case of an Airline Alliance
Vikrant Janawade
International Business Research , 2012, DOI: 10.5539/ibr.v6n2p20
Abstract: For the past few decades airline alliance has been a talk among the airline industry researchers and practitioners alike. Airline alliances have revolutionalised airline industry and are largely seen as a group of cherry picked culturally diverse international airlines, with an aim to reduce their operating costs and increase their market shares in regions where they can’t freely operate. The significance of multi-lateral airline alliances and the benefits derived by the members that forge an alliance have regularly featured in strategic alliance literature. Researchers have shed light on the strategic alliance’s operations, their revenue management and human resource management. However, with respect to marketing strategies of an airline alliance, to date, researchers have not addressed consumer perceptions of value gained by using the services offered by a multi-lateral airline alliance. Therefore, this paper aims to understand the attributes of consumer perceived value of an airline alliance and the services which influence consumers to form attributes of consumer’s perceived value of an airline alliance.
Microscopic Studies on Lens Esculenta
Vikrant Arya
Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry , 2012,
Abstract: Microscopic analysis of a crude drug facilitate the researchers for appropriate identification of a drug and abolish adulteration and provide a basis for authentication of crude drug. The present investigation involves the plant drug Lens esculenta Moench. belonging to family Papilionaceae. It is cultivated as a pulse crop. Even though the plant has captured scientific emphasis recently, there is a need for standardization. Hence in present work the seed part of the plant is subjected to various microscopic assessments. In the microscopic studies different cell structure and arrangement were studied.
Efficient Routing Using Temporal Distance in Intermittently Connected Mobile Ad-hoc Networks  [PDF]
Hemal Shah, Yogeshwar Kosta, Vikrant Patel
Communications and Network (CN) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/cn.2013.53033
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The analysis of real social, biological and technological networks has attracted a lot of attention as technological advances have given us a wealth of empirical data. For, analysis and investigation time varying graphs are used to understand the relationship, contact duration, repeated occurrence of contact. It is under exploring in intermittently connected networks. Now, by extending the same concept in intermittent networks, the efficiency of the routing protocol can be improved. This paper discusses about the temporal characterizing algorithm. Such characterization can help in accurately understanding dynamic behaviors and taking appropriate routing decisions. Therefore, the present research provokes exploring different possibilities of utilizing the same time varying network analyses and designing an Adaptive Routing protocol using temporal distance metric. The adaptive routing protocol is implemented using ONE simulator and is compared with the Epidemic and PropHET for delivery ratio, overhead and the number of dropped messages. The result reveals that Adaptive routing performs better than Epidemic and PropHET for real and synthetic datasets.

High Origin Causes High Hassle—Anomalous Radial Artery Origin Complicating a Radial Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Angioplasty  [PDF]
Chirag Dodavenkannavar, Rajesh Thachathodiyl, Vikrant Vijan
World Journal of Cardiovascular Diseases (WJCD) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/wjcd.2017.76019
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Since its initial description as a safe and feasible access route for cardiac catheterization, the radial artery has been increasingly used for percutaneous coronary procedures. The transradial approach for percutaneous coronary procedures has the advantage of reduced adverse vascular events. Nevertheless, there are chances of transradial procedure failure due to variation in radial artery anatomy. We report a case of high radial artery origin in a 63 year-old-male patient who was taken up for elective radial percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty for in-stent restenosis of proximal left anterior descending artery. Subsequently, there was difficulty in negotiating guide wire and balloons, so imaging of radial artery was carried out which clearly demonstrated a high bifurcating radial origin. This case emphasizes the need for imaging of radial artery to delineate underlying anomalies and identifying patients with unfavorable anatomy when technical difficulties are encountered. Imaging in such a situation helps in planning an appropriate strategy.
Secondary reconstruction of below knee amputation stump with free anterolateral thigh flap
Kadam Dinesh
Indian Journal of Plastic Surgery , 2010,
Abstract: Below knee stump preservation reduces ambulatory energy expenditure and improves the quality of life. Reconstruction of soft tissue loss around the stump is a challenging task. Below knee stump reconstruction demands stable skin with sufficient soft tissue to allow weigh bearing. Microsurgical tissue transfer is increasingly being used as a salvage option. Anterolateral thigh flap with additional vastus lateralis muscle provides extra cushioning effect. We report two cases of amputation below knee successfully salvaged. The anterolteral flap with abundant tissue and stable skin offers a reliable option for cover. Two patients with below knee amputation were reconstructed secondarily. After 6 to 20 months of follow -up, stumps showed no signs of pressure effects. Patients are able to bear 50-70 hours of weight per week.
Transport properties of hadronic matter in magnetic field
Guru Kadam
Physics , 2014, DOI: 10.1142/S0217732315500315
Abstract: We study the effect of magnetic field on the transport properties like shear and bulk viscosities of hot and dense hadronic matter within hadron resonance gas model. We estimate the bulk viscosity using low energy theorems for bilocal correlators of the energy momentum tensor generalized to finite temperature, density and magnetic field. We use Gaussian ansatz for the spectral function at low frequency. We estimate shear viscosity coefficient using molecular kinetic theory. We find that vacuum contribution due to finite magnetic field dominates the bulk viscosity ({\zeta}) for the temperatures up to 0.1GeV and increases with magnetic field while ratio {\zeta}/s decreases with magnetic field. We also find that shear viscosity coefficient of hadronic matter decreases with magnetic field.
Pharmacy Education: It’s Challenges
Jessy Shaji,Vikrant Chadawar
Pharmaceutical Reviews , 2007,
Abstract: The Profession of Pharmacy has made significant progress in the last one decade. The present article introduces the current status of pharmaceutical education in India as well as in the overseas specially USA and Canada.To confront the new challenges we suggests necessity to revamp the Pharma Education that is mainly related to regulatory bodies, Industry–Institute Interaction, different teaching technologies along with collaboration with foreign Pharmacy Institutes and Distance education. By overcoming these problems we involve in the commitment for upgrading the education through modernizing Pharmaceutical culture.Introduction: -The Pharmacy education in our country has witnessed tremendous expansion in last one decade. However, the standard in education have been eroded by rising tides of mediocrity. There is an urgent need to initiate an academic exercise aimed at attaining revamping of curriculum, keeping in pace with current and emerging trends in the field of pharmacy, Unfortunately all these years, enough emphasis was not laid on strengthening the components of Community Pharmacy, Hospital and Clinical pharmacy, while designing curriculum at diploma and degree levels of teaching. Even, the curriculum of industrial pharmacy covered in B.Pharm at some universities is outdated. We have to strike balance between patient and industry oriented courses and bring out very effective and rewarding curriculum for our graduate course of pharmacy. The proposed AICTE syllabus for B.Pharm framed after in depth deliberations is a step in the right direction.
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