International Journal of Advanced Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research

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Shruti Tyagia, , Rajiv Kumar Bajaj, Divya Singh, Karnal Life Care Hospital, Karnal Bajaj’S Clinical Lab
International Journal of Advanced Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, Volume 2, pp 5-8; https://doi.org/10.54105/ijapsr.b4006.022222

Abstract:
Hemoglobin (Hb) is an iron-containing metalloprotein present in red blood cells that carries and transports oxygen from the lungs to the tissues. Hb is an essential clinical parameter to evaluate since its insufficiency is recognised to be the major cause of anaemia. In general, the Hb measuring procedure necessitates a complex and costly laboratory setup staffed by highly experienced specialists. In underdeveloped nations, especially in rural and distant places, such a complex setup and knowledge is difficult to construct. As a result, a quick and portable Hb diagnostic test is urgently needed to improve test accessibility in these places, with the added benefit of offering point-of-care diagnostic tests (POCT) at the patient's door and in the field for mass screening at lower costs. Aspen Hb meter, developed by Aspen Laboratories Pvt. Ltd and available on the market, is one such instrument. Aspen Hb meter has 94 % accuracy, 93.3 % sensitivity and 94.8% specificity when compared to an automated haematology analyzer (Serachem SC-60+). As a result, the Aspen Hb meter was shown to be an acceptable POCT device for Hb monitoring in clinical and field settings.
E.N. Ganesh
International Journal of Advanced Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, Volume 2, pp 1-4; https://doi.org/10.54105/ijapsr.c4004.022222

Abstract:
Fracture resistance of polymer reinforced with short fibers consists of a sum of contributions from matrix and fiber fracture, fiber de-bonding and pull-out. The existing models for predicting dependence of fracture toughness on structural variables were derived for the commercially important fiber volume fractions, i.e., for vf≥0.1. In this contribution, modification of the existing model for the dependence of the critical strain energy release rate, GIC, on the fiber type, length and aspect ratio, interfacial adhesion and volume fraction has been attempted to allow predictions at low vf < 0.10. The predictions based on the modified model were compared with experimental data on fracture toughness of lightly x-linked PMMA used to manufacture base of removable dentures toughened with short randomly oriented deformable fibers. The composite toughness was measured under impact loading to simulate typical mode of fracture of removable dentures. The GIC for composites containing short Kevlar 29, S2-glass and poly(vinyl alcohol) (PVOH) fibers were obtained using instrumented Charpy impact tests at room temperature and impact speed of 1.0 m/s. Theoretical prediction based on the proposed model and experimental results agreed reasonably well.
E.N. Ganesh
International Journal of Advanced Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, Volume 2, pp 1-4; https://doi.org/10.54105/ijapsr.b4004.022222

Abstract:
Fracture resistance of polymer reinforced with short fibers consists of a sum of contributions from matrix and fiber fracture, fiber de-bonding and pull-out. The existing models for predicting dependence of fracture toughness on structural variables were derived for the commercially important fiber volume fractions, i.e., for vf≥0.1. In this contribution, modification of the existing model for the dependence of the critical strain energy release rate, GIC, on the fiber type, length and aspect ratio, interfacial adhesion and volume fraction has been attempted to allow predictions at low vf < 0.10. The predictions based on the modified model were compared with experimental data on fracture toughness of lightly x-linked PMMA used to manufacture base of removable dentures toughened with short randomly oriented deformable fibers. The composite toughness was measured under impact loading to simulate typical mode of fracture of removable dentures. The GIC for composites containing short Kevlar 29, S2-glass and poly(vinyl alcohol) (PVOH) fibers were obtained using instrumented Charpy impact tests at room temperature and impact speed of 1.0 m/s. Theoretical prediction based on the proposed model and experimental results agreed reasonably well.
Richa Virendrasinh Dodia, Susmita Sahoo
International Journal of Advanced Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, Volume 1, pp 1-3; https://doi.org/10.54105/ijapsr.b4005.121321

Abstract:
Diabetes mellitus could also be a big issue nowadays. The approach to life and daily circumstances play the main part in this type of serious complication. Throughout this review, we get general information about the disease.
Kaukab Imam, Deoshree Akhouri, Shravan Kumar, Jnmch Senior Resident
International Journal of Advanced Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, Volume 1, pp 1-10; https://doi.org/10.54105/ijapsr.b4001.081221

Abstract:
Depression and Substance Abuse Disorder though being a very serious psychological illness yet are very commonly being experienced in the present scenario. There is a significant relationship between depression/substance abuse disorder and psycho-social factors. Aim of the present study is to see the association of temperament, family environment and personality traits with the symptoms of Depression and Substance Abuse Disorder patients. The researchers have tried their best to figure out the factors that are responsible for experiencing depression or substance abuse disorder. Significance of the study: The present study is done with the purpose of finding the relationship between factors like Temperament, Family Environment and Personality Traits and psychiatric symptoms being experienced by depressive patients and substance abuse disorder patients and pointing out which factor plays a significant role in maintaining symptoms of depression and substance abuse disorder. Sample: Sample of 200 clinically diagnosed patients was taken from JNMC, AMU and Shantiratn Foundation, Delhi in which 100 were depressive disorder patients and 100 were substance abuse disorder patients. Purposive sampling method was used for the sample selection. Tools: Tools used for the present study are Becks Depression Inventory, The Severity Dependence Scale, Family Environment Scale, NEO Five Factor Inventory, and Dimension of Temperament Scale. The statistical analyses were done with the help of Statistical Package for Social Science-20 (SPSS-20). For analyses of data raw score was converted to standard score then mean and standard deviation were calculated. Result: For Depression patients: The patient scored low mean on dimension sociability, secretiveness, reflective, vigorous, cooperative, warmth, aggressive, tolerance. The patients scored high mean on domain Neuroticism. The patients had Conflict Oriented family profile according to the patient’s perception. For Substance Abuse disorder patients: The patients scored low mean on dimension vigorous, warmth, tolerance. The patient scored high mean on domain Neuroticism. According to the patient’s perception regarding their family environment, the family had a Conflict Oriented family. Conclusion: After sufficient analysis and an in depth study followed by necessary interpretation of the results obtained regarding the underlying variables it can be successfully concluded that the variables (Temperament, Family environment and Personality traits) and the psychiatric symptoms of depression and substance abuse disorder are interlinked/associated with each other.
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