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Playing a percussion instrument demands great force and effort, which may make percussionists prone to playing-related musculoskeletal disorders (PRMDs). Of all of the percussion instruments in India, tabla is the most popular. The present study was undertaken to investigate the prevalence of discomforts among professional tabla players. Eighty-five(More)
A non-enzymatic approach towards cholesterol detection is presented here, exploiting the electrochemical non-enzymatic route of sensing which has a distinct advantage over other conventional enzymatic processes. Chemically converted Graphene modified with β-CD, being hydrophilic, electroactive and high surface area material, provides a platform for the(More)
The quasar 3C 279 was the target of an extensive multiwavelength monitoring campaign from January through April 2006. An optical-IR-radio monitoring campaign by the Whole Earth Blazar Telescope (WEBT) collaboration was organized around Target of Opportunity X-ray and soft γ-ray observations with Chandra and INTEGRAL in mid-January 2006, with additional(More)
Children spend one-quarter of a day in school. Of this, 60-80% of time is spent in the classroom. Classroom features, such as workspace and personal space play an important role in children's growth and performance as this age marks the period of anatomical, physiological and psychological developments. Since the classroom is an influential part of a(More)
BACKGROUND Technological advancement in the medical laboratories has exposed the laboratory technicians to various ergonomic hazards due to nature of their work. OBJECTIVE The study aimed to analyze the working postures, to find out the prevalence of work related musculoskeletal disorders and to investigate the relationship between musculoskeletal(More)
This paper describes a new method for the categorisation of female tea-leaf pluckers on the basis of quantity and quality of production, skill and efficiency. Subjects participating in a study on the ergonomics of tea-leaf plucking operations were so categorised, and the results have been compared with the existing groupings followed by the Tea-estate(More)
The study was taken up to investigate the effects of heel heights on lumbar kinematics and the risk of Low Back Disorder (LBD) in females. Nineteen female university students (24.5 ± 3.36 yrs) volunteered in the study. Lumbar kinematics was measured by using Industrial Lumbar Motion Monitor (iLMM). The volunteers were asked to walk for a distance of 50(More)