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Segregation of biomedical waste in an South Indian tertiary care hospital
  • V. Sengodan
  • Medicine
  • Journal of natural science, biology, and medicine
  • 1 July 2014
Introduction: Hospital wastes pose significant public health hazard if not properly managed. Hence, it is necessary to develop and adopt optimal waste management systems in the hospitals. MaterialExpand
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Treatment of Partial Rotator Cuff Tear with Ultrasound-guided Platelet-rich Plasma
Background: The treatment of symptomatic partial rotator cuff tear has presented substantial challenge to orthopaedic surgeons as it can vary from conservative to surgical repair. Researches haveExpand
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Early Weight-bearing Using Percutaneous External Fixator for Calcaneal Fracture
Calcaneal fracture, the most common tarsal bone fracture, occurs predominantly in manual labors and subsequently has got considerable socioeconomic implications. Treatment modality which can offerExpand
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Knowledge attitude and practice study on biomedical waste management among health care professionals and paramedical students in a Tertiary Care Government Hospital in South India
Aims: The aim of our study was to analyze the knowledge attitude and practice (KAP) of biomedical waste management among medical, paramedical students and health care professionals in CoimbatoreExpand
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Bohler's and Gissane Angles in the Indian Population
Objective: The aim of our study is to determine the normal ranges of the calcaneal parameters in the Indian population, and to compare the results with the data in the literature. Materials andExpand
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Anthropometric analysis of the hip joint in South Indian population using computed tomography
Background: Proximal femur has a significant functional modification on erect bipedal posture. Various proximal femoral parameters were analyzed in Western literature. This information was utilizedExpand
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Kinetic Constants Method for the Vibrational Analysis of Thallous Halide Dimers
Abstract The kinetic constants method is applied to the case of thallous halide dimers to evaluate the molecular constants such as, potential constants, compliance constants, mean amplitudes ofExpand
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Comparative anthropometry analysis of the digital X-rays of the right and left hip joints in an Indian population
Background: Population-specific anthropometric analysis of hip joints has vital clinical and surgical implications including adoption of optimal preventive measures and selection of effectiveExpand
Background: During the past few years, there has been an increase in public concern about the management of health care waste on a global basis. Due to public awareness and litigations, health careExpand
Rich Variety of Bifurcation and Chaos in a Simple Non-Source Free Electronic Circuit with a Diode *
A very simple nonlinear parallel forced LCR circuit is proposed as Balamurugan-Sengodan-Daniel (BSD) circuit includes linear inductors, capacitor, locally active resistor and a diode driven by aExpand