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HSE evaluation and development in explosion blast procedure

Pradeep Kr Singh; Vikas Sharma

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 285-293

here foundry industry those shot impacting methodology assumes An basic part for clean, reinforce or clean the metal, for foundries the taking care of shot impacting machines Hosting practically dangers identified with health, safety & earth need aid included. It might make eye, skin also respiratory tract aggravation on wellbeing. Especially done aluminum foundries the aluminum tidy emanation result may be a white crystalline powder And it need those aspects for framing hazardous tidy buzzing around mixtures. In this tidy emanation those intense impacts need aid wellbeing hazards; particulates might result in aggravation of the eyes, nose, throat and lungs. In the event of inward breath toward the operators also co-workers it might be aggravating of the respiratory tract and foundation respiratory issue. In the event that of constant impacts it might prompts lung malignancy and the danger of extreme impacts relies looking into span and level of introduction. That course for entrance is inhalation, skin Furthermore eye contact and the influenced focus organs need aid respiratory system, lungs, skin & eyes. Those surprising fire & blast dangers are dust clinched alongside secondary focuses might structure hazardous mixtures for air. Those unsafe burning results need aid recorded likewise aggravating gases, vapors, vapor and oxides about carbon. This task will be to decrease the danger level toward actualizing those appraisal and change control measures in the shot impacting machines by viable qualitative Investigation strategy


Komang Fenny Gita Triesnanda; SatitiKuntari .; ArdiantiMaartrinaDewi .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 880-886

Background: Street children often carry out activities on the streets, which causes them to be exposed to lead at a much higher rate than the average person. Apart from being found in exhaust gases and motor vehicle batteries, lead can also be present in cigarette smoke. The high frequency of street children being exposed to different sources of lead will make them more at risk of developingthe gingival lead lines.Aim: To analyze the effect of pollution exposure on street children in SDN Kota Lama 5 Malang with the occurrence of gingival lead line. Method: This research is observational analytic research with a cross-sectional approach. The research samples are street children from SDN Kota Lama 5 Malang, with a total of 30 children. The data obtained were the results of direct measurements of the upper anterior gingiva (canines, central incisors, right and left lateral incisors).Results: A 2nd-degree description of gingival lead line is found to be the most prevalent, with a percentage of 53.3% of 30 street children having it.Furthermore, every street child who lives in the street for 7–12 months was found to have either a 2nd-degree or a 3rd-degree description of the gingival lead line. The longer the child is in the street, the higher the number of children affected by a 2nd-degree or a 3rd-degree description of the gingival lead line, followed by another risk factor such as their smoking habits.Conclusion: The pollution exposure on street children affects the incidence of gingival lead lines, such as the amount of time the children are in the street, the intensity of their eating habits while in the street, their smoking activities and their use of protective masks for themselves.

Awareness towards radiation protection safety among the dental health workers in Odisha: A poll study

Dr. Sanat Kumar Bhuyan; Dr. Ruchi Bhuyan; Siddhant Bhuyan; Akankshya Sahu

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 1208-1220

Objective: This study focused on the evaluation of the knowledge and x-rays of specific dental professionals with highlight in view of education on these regularradiographic practices.
Materials and methods: A poll was conveyed among 500 dentists of Odisha, India, which were based demographic details including the use of radiographic intraoperative devices.
Results: All private experts were utilizing conventional X-ray machines. 85% said that dental X- ray beams were hurtful. 92% knew about NCRP/ICRP , 71% aware of ALARA principle, while just 56% knew about AERB rules. Yet, certain radiation protective estimates like utilizing lead apron, lead barriers and position distance rule were not followed by the greater part of the private specialists.
Conclusions: The current study shows that majority of dentists in Odisha didn’t practice rehearse Methods for radiation safety to restrict patients' excessive contact to radiation. To improve the overall dentists' radioactive knowledge-dose control procedure, efforts must be made and technical education.