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Methotrexate induced lung injury in a patient with primary CNS lymphoma : A case report
puneet chhabra,arjun dutt law,dr vikas suri,dr pankaj malhotra
Mediterranean Journal of Hematology and Infectious Diseases , 2012, DOI: 10.4084/mjhid.2012.
Abstract: Methotrexate is an antimetabolite commonly used in clinical practice for a variety of indications ranging from rheumatoid arthritis and other connective tissue disorders to high dose regimens in many malignancies. This folate antagonist has got a spectrum of toxicities among which gastrointestinal effects predominate . Lung injury is a well described but rare event and has been reported most often in patients who have been on long term oral therapy for rheumatic disorders. Acute lung injury in a patient receiving a high dose regimen for haematological malignancies has not been reported previously. We present one such case of methotrexate related acute lung injury in a patient of primary CNS lymphoma receiving high dose methotrexate.
Mahamana Malaviya: an architecture of Pharmacy Education in India
Dr. Vikas Kumar
Pharmaceutical Reviews , 2007,
Abstract: The profession of Pharmacy is in the forefront of all walks of life. It is concerned with the procurement, manufacturing and distribution of drugs and medicine for proper health care. Today, the total turnover in organised sector of Pharma business is to the tune of more than Rs. 25,000 crore.Presently, this discipline is well regulated by various government agencies and supported by a large number of professionals. In reality, Pharmacy Education was not much organised in India till 1932. The entire supply of medicine was carried out by European concerns and in the absence of any regulatory law during colonial rule spurious drugs were prevalent in the market. The control could only be effected by an adequate number of personnel educated and trained in the field of Pharmacy. Absence of any institution imparting this in the whole of Asia prompted Mahamana Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya to start the education of Pharmacy. He entrusted this responsibility to Prof. M.L. Shroff and pharmaceutical education in India at the University level was started in Banaras Hindu University (BHU) in July 1932. Pt. Madan Mohan Malaviya and Prof. Schroff had the acumen to foresee the demand so early. A two-year course was introduced in 1934 for the degree of B.Sc. (Pharmaceutical Chemistry), with Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacy and Pharmacognosy as the subjects. Dr. N.K. Basu and Dr. D.N. Majumdar were appointed as lecturers in 1934 gradually in July 1937 a three-year Bachelor in Pharmacy Course was started and Dr. G.P. Srivastava and Dr. S. Prasad were appointed as lecturers. Till 1939, the Department was scattered at four different places, and in the same year it was then housed in a newly constructed building of its own in the Technology Block. A unique feature of the Department of Pharmaceutics was that in the early stages the examiners of theory papers were appointed from the England. The Department gained reputation due to the high standard of teaching by learned faculty members. The postgraduate (M.Pharm.) and doctoral programmes were initiated in this Department in the years 1941 and 1945, respectively for the first time in the country.
Effect of Globalization on Women's Health in India
Dr. Vikas J Pawar
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: health and prosperity are meant for everyone but it is too sad that this has always been neglected in the case of Indian women. Women have continued to occupy a secondary and passive role in the patriarchal structure in Indian society. Especially when the society is diverse, multicultural, overpopulated and undergoing rapid but unequal economic growth.
The Impact of Gender on Attitude Towards Computer Technology and ELearning: An Exploratory Study of Punjab University, India
Dr Gunamala Suri,Sneha Sharma
International Journal of Engineering Research , 2013,
Abstract: Technological advancement has led to important changes in the way education is being imparted. Evolution of internet and advancement in computer technology has led to new approaches in learning and training which are referred to as e-Learning. This study aims to understand the relationship between gender and attitude towards e-learning. Literature shows that gender plays a key role in understanding the differences in perception towards usefulness of technology and ease of use but with regards to attitude and perception towards e-learning diverse views have been presented. This paper analyses the effect of gender on attitude towards computer technology and e-learning collectively. It also analyses the impact of gender on the usage of the basic elearning forms like uploading/downloading course content, interactive videos and pod casting. A questionnaire was developed to collect the necessary data. Scale on Computer and e-learning attitude (SCAELA) was constructed and validated. In this study 477 students enrolled in various courses across many departments in Panjab University Chandigarh were analyzed. The results showed that no significant relationship exists between gender and attitude towards computer and e-learning. The usage of various elearning forms also showed a non-significant relationship with gender. The future developments in e-learning can take note of this finding while developing e-learning tools which are efficient
International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology , 2011,
Abstract: This paper describes techniques for designing both front & back end of a data warehouse in such a way that companies can continue to progress their warehouse and query tools as their business changes,customer demands changes, instead of continuously having to estructure and rewrite their existing tools. Object –Oriented approach are driving the current development of ODBMS that will handle complex objects, inheritance and other features that enable direct implementation technology that is being extended to combine data management capabilities with application of logical rules to provide more refined information to management. Object-oriented approach is used in different areas i.e Software Engg, Database Management System and Latest Approach is used in Data warehouse. Object-Oriented envelopment involves more than learning a program, it includes capability for development. A purely Object –Oriented tool like Java, Smalltalk , or the object –oriented use of C++ requires that problem domains be conceptualized in terms of the paradigm inherent in object technology. Most research in Object-oriented programming (OOP) including object –oriented database Management systems (OODBMS), is concerned with supporting users which are not served well by more conventional technology. Our research has been from a different point of view – our primary motivating factor is toshow how existing applications can be enhanced using object –oriented Technology.
Dr Gunmala Suri,Sneha Sharma
International Journal of Computers & Technology , 2012,
Abstract: The purpose of this research is to investigate and understand how students are using computer. The activities that a student undertakes with the help of computers which might be fulfilling some academic or non academic purpose, is of great interest. It will help in understanding the limitations and potentials offered by the technology for use of computer in classroom. This paper brings out the three major kinds of activities that students undertake with computer; self –learning activities, Information collection tasks and communication and group activities. The study further analyses the effect of demographics i.e. gender, age and faculty (department) of students on the activities with computer. The results show that gender has no impact on the activities of students with computer. The age impacts only the activities related to Information collection by using computer where as the faculty of student significantly impacts all the activities viz. self –learning activities, Information collection tasks and communication and group activities. The findings from this research can be used in designing future e-learning initiatives and development e-learning tools
My Viterbi vs MATLAB Viterbi
Vikas Gupta,Dr. Chanderkant Verma
International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology , 2012,
Abstract: The importance of convolutional codes is well established. They are widely used to encode digital data before transmission through noisy or error-prone communication channels to reduce occurrence of errors. To decode these convolutional code viterbi decoder is best choice. In this paper selection of viterbi decoder over conventional decoder is justified and a viterbi decoder is developed in MATLAB. This decoder is named My Viterbi and compared and analysed with the MATLAB viterbi decoder.
Video Encryption: A Survey
Jolly Shah,Dr. Vikas Saxena
Computer Science , 2011,
Abstract: Multimedia data security is becoming important with the continuous increase of digital communications on internet. The encryption algorithms developed to secure text data are not suitable for multimedia application because of the large data size and real time constraint. In this paper, classification and description of various video encryption algorithms are presented. Analysis and Comparison of these algorithms with respect to various parameters like visual degradation, encryption ratio, speed, compression friendliness, format compliance and cryptographic security is presented.
Concurrent infection with dengue and malaria
Bhalla Ashish,Sharma Navneet,Sharma Aman,Suri Vikas
Indian Journal of Medical Sciences , 2006,
International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology , 2011,
Abstract: The World Wide Web has become the medium of preference for the circulation of information by common man,teams, organizations, and social communities. Information computing is the fundamental mean by which web information is retrieved and distributed. Conventional information computing approaches continues to be the most common to search documents of potential relevance. But unfortunately these offer only an imperfect solution as many relevant documents may be missed in the crude search process. The search process is sharplyquery specific and the results blindly follow the terms entered. The proposed Abstraction Focused framework for improved information computing over web attempts to resolve this basic problem that stamps from the information needs of the diverse users from the web. It implements abstraction by defining different indicators for directing the user search interests. Results from experiments with Abstraction Focused System approve the success particularly in cases where different users have a defined boundary of the search over WWW.
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