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To assess the risk of lead poisoning among preschool and school-aged children in Bangladesh, 345 children were screened for blood lead levels (BLLs) from one rural and two urban areas in Bangladesh from September 2007 through January 2008. An urban industrial area at Tongi was identified as a disaster area, where 99% (104/105) of those tested had BLLs >or=(More)
Wireless capsule endoscopy (WCE) is an effective but painless video technology to detect small intestine diseases like bleeding. For analyzing WCE video frames, instead of using the most common RGB (red, green, blue) color scheme, in this paper, CMYK (Cyan-C, Magenta-M, Yellow-I and Black-K) color scheme is used, which is subtractive color model and more(More)
Wireless capsule endoscopy (WCE) is a painless operative video technology to detect small intestine diseases, such as bleeding. Instead of using the most common RGB (red, green, blue) color scheme, in this paper, YIQ (luminance-Y, chrominance-IQ: in phase-I and quadrature-Q) color scheme is used for analyzing WCE video frames, which corresponds better to(More)
BACKGROUND & OBJECTIVES Factor causing the elimination of the classical biotype of Vibrio cholerae O1, and its replacement by the El Tor biotype causing the 7 th cholera pandemic are unclear. Possible ability of the El Tor strains to adapt better than the classical strains to undefined environmental forces have been largely implicated for the change. Here(More)
Wireless capsule endoscopy (WCE) is a recently developed video technology to detect small intestine diseases, such as bleeding. For analyzing WCE video frames, instead of using the most common RGB (red, green, blue) color scheme, in this paper, HSV (hue, saturation, intensity value) color scheme is used, which corresponds better to human perception system.(More)
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