Smita Tiwari

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India currently has the largest number of indoor air pollution-related health problems in the world, with three-quarters of its households burning wood, cowdung, or crop residues ("traditional" biomass fuels) for cooking, and the remainder using kerosene and relatively clean-burning liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). Combustion of these fuels produces various(More)
Location Determination in an indoor environment is a challenge being faced by wireless industries. The concept of the indoor geolocation was established in order to provide the user’s location inside buildings during an emergency where global navigation satellite system (GNSS) services are not available. Keeping public safety in mind, it is important not(More)
INTRODUCTION The indoor hospital use of antibiotic irrationally has been a growing concern in the recent past. For the patients and providers of health care services this kind of drug consumption account for a major chunk of the budget. AIM To assess the outcome of restriction on the use of parenteral antibiotics with respect to their utilization and(More)
The present research paper contribution is organized in two folds. First focus is on the basics of data-centric approach for WSN. As well as the first fold focuses on the most popular existing flat-based/data centric WSN-specific. Finally the second fold presents an analytical comparison table of some existing flat-based/data centric WSN-specific routing(More)
Introduction: Lumbar sympathectomy was fi rst developed in 1924 by Hunter and Royle. Lumbar sympathectomy has been performed without image guidance by anesthetists and surgeons in earlier days. Now, it is performed under image guidance as it is effective and safe procedure for the relief of pain produced by severe peripheral arterial vascular disease.(More)
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