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CATEGORY : Research Topic on Sports Management 

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 1 TITLE NAME  : EFFECTIVENESS OF TENDON RELEASE THERAPY WITH AND WITHOUT ECCENTRIC EXERCISE FOR TRICEPS TENDINOPATHY IN BADMINTON PLAYERS
Author’s Name : Dr. Makke Seshagirirao1, Dr. Pokala Yaswanth2
Country from : INDIA
DOP- 30-11-2016/ Chapter-I/Page – 01-07 [ NOVEMBER ISSUE ]
Article Code : SM-V7-I1-C1-NOV2016
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate , Full Article
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Abstract BACKGROUND & PURPOSE: Triceps Tendinopathy is commonly seen in basketball players, weight lifters and even in Badminton players also. Many studies are available in the literature on Tendinopathies, very few are there on Triceps tendinopathy. No studies are there on Tendon release therapy with and without Eccentric exercise. So, purpose of this study is to compare the effectiveness of Tendon release therapy in combination with Eccentric Exercise and without Eccentric exercise in triceps tendinopathy. click here
 METHODOLOGY: It is an experimental study which was conducted on thirty athletes who were randomly assigned into Tendon release therapy (TRT)Group-A and Tendon Release therapy with Eccentric exercise(TRTE) Group-B. Group A received only TRT and Group B received Tendon Release Therapy with eccentric exercise. TRT for 5min daily one session, Eccentric Exercise for 10 repetitions daily one session. Total duration of study is for 12 weeks. Both groups ROM, MMT and PREE values are recorded on first day of treatment and after 12 weeks. Values were analyzed statistically, the pre-post values of both the groups were analyzed by using students ‘t’ test and post-post values were analyzed using ANOVA. RESULTS: Both groups showed decrease in pain and improvement in strength, ROM and function, whereas tendon release therapy with Eccentric exercise group-B showed significant decrease in pain, improved muscle strength, ROM and overall function of Elbow with a P value of  P<0.0001. CONCLUSION: The results suggest that Tendon release therapy with eccentric exercise gave superior result in decreasing in pain, improving ROM, Strength and overall performance of elbow.

 

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Sports Management 

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 2 TITLE NAME: A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN TWO SOFT TISSUE MANIPULATIONS IN ATHLETES WITH PATELLAR TENDINOPATHY
Author’s Name : Dr. Makke Seshagirirao1, Dr. Kollipara Suvarna SundariDr. Kollepara.L.V.R.Susmitha3
Country from : INDIA
DOP- 30-11-2016/ Chapter-II/Page – 08-15 [ NOVEMBER ISSUE ]
Article Code : SM-V7-I1-C2-NOV2016
Status : Officially Published  / Download: E-Certificate , Full Article
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Abstract : BACKGROUND & PURPOSE: Patellar Tendinopathy or Jumpers Knee is a common musculoskeletal disorder that frequently affects athletes who train and compete at all levels. It is a clinical diagnosis of pain in anterior part of the knee of and dysfunction in the patellar tendon. There are no comparative studies between the soft tissue manipulations of Active Release Technique ( ART ) and Strain Counter-strain technique for patellar Tendinopathy in athletes. So purpose of the study was to know the efficiency of  Active Release Technique and Strain Counter-strain technique in athletes with patellar Tendinopathy.click here
 METHODOLOGY: A comparative trail with 24 male and female competitive runners between the ages 15 to 40 years were randomly assigned to 2 groups. Active Release Technique ( n=12 ), Strain Counter-strain technique ( n=12 ). Pain, Range of Motion and knee disability were recorded pre- treatment i.e, on the 1st day and post treatment i.e, on the end of 4th week by using Visual Analogue Scale to assess pain, Goniometer to assess Range of Motion and Victorian Institute of Sports Association scale for patellar Tendinopathy questionnaire to assess disability. Comparison of data with in the group and between groups of the pre and post values was done statistically using students ‘t’ test. RESULTS: The results revealed that with in group analysis in the 2 groups showed extremely significant improvement in terms of pain, range of motion and disability (p value) where as when between groups was analyzed, Group A ( Active Release Technique ) showed significant improvement compared to Group B ( Strain Counter- strain Technique ). CONCLUSION: The study showed beneficial results in Active Release Technique group than the other group which was measured in terms of relief in pain, increase in range of motion and disability reduction.

 

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Business Management 

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 3 TITLE NAME : A Theoretical study on  “EMERGING TRENDS IN HEALTHCARE SECTOR”
Author’s Name : Naveen Kumar Kolakani
Country from : INDIA
DOP- 30-11-2016/ Chapter-III/Page – 16-21 [ NOVEMBER ISSUE ]
Article Code : BM-V7-I1-C3-NOV2016
Status : Officially Published Download: E-Certificate , Full Article
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Abstract For the past two decades, healthcare costs have shoot up to too expensive levels in India and almost all the countries in the World Availability, accessibility and affordability of medical devices, clinical trials, outsourcing, telemedicine, medical tourism, health insurance and medical equipment, as an imperative component of healthcare sector.click here
Here Right to health for every human being has been influential issue for discussions and debates among healthcare planners, providers and other stakeholder, where in the one hand growing population chiefly growing urbanization and because of Lifestyle related disorders are in the pipe line, And in other hand health treatment becoming very expensive to human being. At this moment how the Healthcare sector will address Right to health for every human being. For addressing above fretfulness have a fleeting look at healthcare sector prospects and emerging trends for give a better service than ever before to healthcare consumers. In this article we try to limelight on those emerging trends of Healthcare sector.

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CATEGORY : Research Topic on Business Management 

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 4 TITLE NAME : ANALYSIS OF MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS IN OIL AND GAS SECTOR IN INDIA AND ITS IMPACT ON OPERATING AND FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE
Author’s Name : Alok Bhardwaj1, Kanchan Bisht2
Country from : INDIA
DOP- 30-11-2016/ Chapter-IV/Page – 22-28 [ NOVEMBER ISSUE ]
Article Code : BM-V7-I1-C4-NOV2016
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Abstract : Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) are the most popular means of corporate restructuring. They have played a significant role in growth of number of leading companies in the world. Due to the deregulation of the Indian economy and recent economic reforms many International and domestic players have entered the Indian industries.click here
 This has lead to lot of corporate restructuring due to increasing competitive pressure. This paper focuses on studying the impact of Oil and Gas sector due to M&A by pre and post financial and operating indicators such as operating profit margin, PBIT margin, Net profit margin, ROA, RONW, ROCE, Investment Turnover ratio, Debtor turnover ratio etc. The paper studies the mentioned ratios of five major mergers and acquisitions activities happening in India from 2005 to 2015. The main objective of this paper is to find effect of merger and acquisitions (M&A) on the financial performance and operating performance of the acquiring firms in the post merger period. The study shows that there is no significant improvement in financial and operating performance of the companies due to mergers and acquisitions.

 

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Medical Science 

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 5 TITLE NAME : A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY AMONG PHYSIOTHERAPIST TO FIND THE CURRENT PRACTICE PATTERN IN TREATING MECHANICAL LOW BACK PAIN, AND ITS BARRIER IN ADOPTING  STANDARD LOW BACK PAIN PRACTICE GUIDELINES
Author’s Name : Ms. Leena Jaiswal1, Mr.R.V.Vijayakumar 2
Country from : INDIA
DOP- 30-11-2016/ Chapter-V/Page – 29-35 [ NOVEMBER ISSUE ]
Article Code : MDS-V7-I1-C5-NOV2016
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate, Full Article
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Abstract : Background: Low back pain is considered as a foremost public health problem, with the life time prevalence ranging up to 84%. The STarT back is the best screening tool in the current practice which stratifies the patients in three different treatment categories. There are many MLBP management guidelines but little is known about the effect and implication of these guidelines in clinical practice. Purpose of the study is to explore the current practice pattern among physiotherapist in Bangalore and to find out the barrier in adopting the guidelines. click here
 Objective: To explore PTs existing mechanical low back pain classification and their practice pattern. To find out whether education about classification and MLBP management guidelines change their practice pattern. To find out the barriers in adopting MLBP guidelines. Method: Physical therapists treating mechanical low back pain (n-90) were surveyed regarding their current practice pattern. Physical therapists of both the gender were selected through    convenient sampling method. Practice pattern questionnaire, adopted from APTA and the questionnaire for barriers was used for the data collection. Results: In common practice pattern followed by the therapist treating MLBP, patient education, exercise, and electrotherapeutic and thermal modalities were the preferred interventions for MLBP. There was a trend of using electrotherapeutic and thermal modalities of uncertain effectiveness. There are barriers that are perceived to prevent the implementation of LBP guidelines in the current practice . Conclusion: Study concluded that the therapist remains reluctant to change and follow the same old practice which they think is more feasible for the clinical routine management of the MLBP and there are various barriers which restrict therapist from adopting the practice guidelines.

 

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Education

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 6 TITLE NAME :  IMPORTANCE OF REMEDIAL TEACHING
Author’s Name : Dr. Arvind Kumar
Country from : INDIA
DOP- 30-11-2016/ Chapter-VI/Page – 36-38 [ NOVEMBER ISSUE ]
Article Code : EDU-V7-I1-C6-NOV2016
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate, Full Article
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Abstract : The term remedial is employed in a broader sense to connote teaching which is developmental in its scope. Though our schools possess pupils who do not have any particular defects or faults which need correction, there are a group of students who urgently need assistance in developing increased competence in reading and the other fundamental processes. click here
 In their case, it is not primarily a problem of re-teaching or the remedying of errors, but it is rather teaching them for the first time those basic skills which are solely needed and are apparently lacking. Remedial teaching involves taking a pupil where one is and starting from that point leading one to greater achievement. It is just effective teaching in which the learner and his/her needs occupy the focal point. Remedial teaching is an integral part of all good teaching. It takes the pupil at his own level and by intrinsic methods of motivation leads him to increased standards of competence. It is based upon careful diagnosis of defects and in general to the needs and interest of pupils.

 

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Electrical Engineering 

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 7 TITLE NAME : SYNCHROPHASOR TECHNOLOGY IN INDIAN GRID SYSTEM   AND URTDSM – PROGRAMME – A CASE STUDY 
Author’s Name : Kiran Kumar Jain1, Dr. J.PraveenDr.D.P.Kothari3
Country from : INDIA
DOP- 30-11-2016/ Chapter-VII/Page – 39-44 [ NOVEMBER ISSUE ]
Article Code : EE-V7-I1-C7-NOV2016
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate, Full Article
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Abstract : Synchrophasor Technology is a power full tool in the Grid system for diagnosis and to know health of system. Synchrophasor is high speed real time synchronized measurement device used for finding click here
 ANY ABNORMALITIES IN Grid* This advanced technology has been globally   accepted viz USA,CHINA JAPAN, BAZIL AND OTHER EUROPIAN COUNTRIES.IT HAS ALSO BEEN ADOPTED IN INDIAN GRID , only after Indian Grid code act  2010  passed in parliament. POWER GRID The, Nodal agency proposed to go in big way WAMS (Wide Area Measurement System) for the whole country. based on GPS (Global Positioning System ) Under pilot Project 4nos PMUs (Phasor Measurement Units) have been deployed North Grid at 4 locations VIZ (1) KANPUR (2)VINDHYACHAL (3) DADRI (4) MOGA ,400 KV SUBSTATIONS and is being monitored at NRLDC (North Region Load Dispatch Center)DELHI .The results are very much encouraging. This paper describes Synchrophasor Technology and its advantages over present SCADA system and how Utilities can integrate Synchrophasor data in existing SCADA/EMS .WAMS technology using PMU units data is found instrumental in early warning system. It reduces the likely hood of power disturbance, false trips and cascade tripping leading towards, RELIABILITY OF GRID. FOUR years back,  INDIA faced world worst BLACK OUT on 31st JULY 2012 affecting 60 corers population of grids in 21 States of N,NE East regional for more than 8 hrs .life was paralyzed in day time (13hrs to 21hrs).No effect was observed in west & South States. This technology is worldwide considered  AS Effective Solution Towards Avoiding  Future Black  Outs   Thus ITS Importance has  been  established . Other advantages of synchrophasor system also discussed in this paper.

 

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Medical Science 

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 8 TITLE NAME :GASTRIC MYOELECTRICAL CHANGES IN ACTIVE INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASES
Author’s Name : Inas Elkhedr Mohamed 
Country from : EGYPT
DOP- 05-12-2016/ Chapter-VIII/Page – 45-54 [ NOVEMBER ISSUE ]
Article Code : MDS-V7-I1-C8-NOV2016
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Abstract : Few studies analyzed changes in gastric myoelectrical activity in inflammatory bowel diseases. This study aimed to evaluate the changes in gastric myoelectrical activity, detected by electrogastrogram, in active inflammatory bowel disease. click here
Methods: forty patients proved to have inflammatory bowel diseases, twenty  patients with Crohn’s disease and twenty with ulcerative colitis,  all subjected to clinical examination, routine laboratory tests, measurement of the clinical activity score, endoscopy to measure endoscopic score, and electrogastrography, and a third  healthy control group subjected to electrogastrogram. Results:  among ulcerative colitis patients  a significant negative correlation between DF(dominant frequency) and frequency of diarrhea, ESR, hemoglobin and endoscopic activity (p=0.046, p=0.012, p=0.024, p=0.038 respectively). A significant positive correlation between   Power 3 cpm rest (distribution of power at 3 cpm during rest) and frequency of diarrhea, ESR, clinical and endoscopic activities (p=0.004, p=0.001, p=0.21, p=0.03 respectively), while there was a negative correlation between power 3 cpm rest and hemoglobin level (p=0.003). The power 3 cpm meal (distribution of power at 3 cpm during the postprandial period) revealed a positive correlation with ESR (P=0.045). Both Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis patients presented with a higher percentage of Brady Gastria during disease activity (p= 0.041, 0.024 respectively). Conclusion: Activity of inflammatory bowel disease, Crohn’s disease, and ulcerative colitis, induces changes in gastric myoelectrical activity detected by electrogastrogram. These changes are in the form of gastric dysrhythmia, predominantly Brady Gastria increases with the more active disease both in CD and ulcerative colitis. Moreover, active ulcerative colitis associated with a decrease in dominant frequency and increase in the resting power at 3 cpm.   

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Medical Science 

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 9 TITLE NAME : IRON DEFICIENCY ANEMIA AND GLYCATED HEMOGLOBIN
Author’s Name : Dr. Anil Batta
Country from : INDIA

DOP- 05-12-2016/ Chapter-IX/Page – 55-60 [ NOVEMBER ISSUE ]
Article Code : MDS-V7-I1-C9-NOV2016
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate, Full Article
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Abstract : There are many types of anemia that affect Glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) values but iron deficiency anemia, one of the most common, has been proved to show higher than true values of HbA1c. The mechanism of how iron deficiency anemia affects HbA1c has yet to be understood. Several studies have been conducted in order to unravel the mechanisms but there still remains a dearth of information. Future research needs to focus on the mechanistic reasons why HbA1c is higher in patients with iron deficiency anemia in particular. This can pave the way for possible large-scale studies to address the HbA1c enhancing effect and the mechanism of increased HbA glycation in iron deficiency properly click here

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Medical Science 

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 10 TITLE NAME : VITAMIN-D AND TREATMENT OF RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS
Author’s Name : Dr. Anil Batta
Country from : INDIA

DOP- 05-12-2016/ Chapter-X/Page – 61-66 [ NOVEMBER ISSUE ]
Article Code : MDS-V7-I1-C10-NOV2016
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate, Full Article
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Abstract : There are many types of anemia that affect Glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) values but iron deficiency anemia, one of the most common, has been proved to show higher than true values of HbA1c. The mechanism of how iron deficiency anemia affects HbA1c has yet to be understood. Several studies have been conducted in order to unravel the mechanisms but there still remains a dearth of information. Future research needs to focus on the mechanistic reasons why HbA1c is higher in patients with iron deficiency anemia in particular. This can pave the way for possible large-scale studies to address the HbA1c enhancing effect and the mechanism of increased HbA glycation in iron deficiency properly click here

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Medical Science 

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 11 TITLE NAME : BIO COMPATIBLE MATERIALS USED IN MEDICAL PRACTICE
Author’s Name : Vani Mamillapalli1, Padma Latha Khantamneni2, Yakkali Hanumanth Madhuri3 & Atmakuri HLB Sravya4
Country from : INDIA
DOP- 08-12-2016/ Chapter-XI/Page – 67-78 [ NOVEMBER ISSUE ]
Article Code : MDS-V7-I1-C11-NOV2016
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate, Full Article
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Abstract : Medical implants are products that have to satisfy functionality demands defined by the human body as working environment. The choice of material used for designing a medical implant is governed by biocompatibility. The development of this area attracts commercial utility. Focus of this contribution is on metallic, ceramic and polymeric biomaterials and laws regulating their use in modern medical applications. Further studies relating to long-term effects of materials on biological tissues are necessary and are likely to lead to an increased understanding of the biocompatibility of materials in the future.click here

 

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