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June 2015

The role of pharmacy replenishment systems in decreasing pharmaceutical waste in the UK
Charlotte Akerman, Mahmood Hussain Shah, Abdullah Maitlo and Waqar Ahmed

This paper examines pharmacy replenishment systems and how these can be used to decrease pharmaceutical waste. The factors that contribute to pharmaceutical waste are patient understanding; supply chain management and the accuracy of pharmacy replenishment systems. Qualitative methods have been employed in order to gain an understanding of the concepts within a single case pharmacy. These include document collecting, observation and interviews to build a robust case study. This paper shows...

Kinetic characterization and activity assay of tobacco peroxidase in presence of different amino acids
Ila Bania and Rita Mahanta

The effect of a number of amino acids on the catalytic activity of tobacco peroxidase was studied in an in vitro assay system following the optimum pH and temperature conditions. The tested amino acids of two different concentrations (0.2 mM amd 0.8 mM) showed variable responses against the Tobacco peroxidase catalyzed reaction. Amino acids like D-alanine, L-proline, DL-valin, DL-Tryptophan were found to stimulate the activity of peroxidase catalyzed reaction under given condition while...

Incidental findings on panoramic radiographs for pre-extraction assessment of third molars
Fatima M. Jadu and Ahmed M. Jan

Introduction: Panoramic radiographs are complex to mographic images that are often used to examine third molars prior to their extraction. Because of the relatively large area covered by panoramic radiographs, incidental findings are common.
Objectives: The aim of this study was to report the frequency and nature of incidental findings in panoramic radiographs made specifically for pre-extraction assessment of the third molars.
Materials and Methods: The cross sectional study...

Multi-band horn-shape monopole patch antenna for pervasive communication
Jyoti Tagde and Prashant Yadav

This novel approach of multiband monopole antenna for ultra-wide band applications with triple and quad band-notched function has been proposed. The proposed design of a horn shape monopole patch antenna, which provides a wide usable fractional bandwidth of more than 88% (2-15GHz).Which covers WLAN, UWB (IEEE 802.15.3a, 3.1-10.6GHz)applications with a gain of 3.632dB at 10GHz frequency, and the return loss of -15.3782 dB, -13.0252 dB,-24.5378 dB and -20.5882dB. Bidirectional radiation...

The mycoflora associated with diseased plants and seeds of Oryza sativa (Rice): exemplifying the importance of...
Hossain, M.T., Modise, D.M., Rong, I.H. and Anis Mahomed Karodia

Various Mycoflora (fungi) were isolated from diseased rice plants and rice seeds within some rice growing regions of South Africa. The isolates of various fungi were initially identified on the basis of their morphological characteristics and the identification of the representative isolates of Fusarium spp. were confirmed based on the DNA sequence of the translation elongation factor 1 –a (TEF – 1-a) gene. A total of six species of Fusarium were identified namely, F. anthophilum, F....

Social accounting matrix founded on system of national accounting: case of Mexico
Dora E. Ledesma-Carrio´n

Links between institutional sectors and economic activities with National Accounting System of Mexico are studied used accounting multipliers. Key sectors had changed to strategic or leading as oil and gas extraction and dairy product manufacturing, i.e., Mexico went from a producer of goods to a service provider country, losing value added in their production chains. The mixed income for deciles 1-5 for woman is leading and independent economic activity of real importance in the...

A study on air quality status during diwali festival at Bhuj City, Kachchh District, Gujarat, Western India
Dhananjayan, T., Nithul Lal, K. P. and Karthikeyan, K.

The present study was conducted in order to understand the impact of crackers and related fireworks usage during diwali festival (Festival of lights) in the ambient air quality status of Bhuj city during October 2014. This was assessed by evaluating the air quality status by measuring the concentrations of various air pollutants such as Sulphur Dioxide, Nitrogen Dioxide, Suspended Particulate Matter (SPM) and Respirable Suspended Particulate matter (RSPM) since usage of crackers is found to...

Nonlinear dynamic analysis of voice in teachers with dysphonia
Mr. Arivudai Nambi Pitchaimuthu, Dr. Radish Kumar, B., Ketaki Vasant Phadke, Jacqueline B. Fernandes and Dr. Jayashree S. Bhat

Nonlinear dynamic analysis identifies and describe the presence of ‘‘rules’’ underlying the seemingly random nature of a severely perturbed voice. Using this technique, the perturbed voice signal may be viewed as ‘‘chaotic’’ in nature rather than randomly perturbed. Nonlinear dynamic analyses of human voices have established the existence of chaos in human voice production. However, very few studies have characterised the voice in teachers with dysphonia using this method. The aim of the...

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