Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : cost


Induction of Labor: A comprehensive review

Walid Abd-ELsalam, Youssef Abo-Elwan ,Fatma Al-Zahraa Sherif, Basem Hamed

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 4, Pages 682-687

Labor induction rates have more than doubled in the United States over the last two
decades. Indications and risk factors for induction of labor are also gaining in
popularity. Professional organizations such as the American College of
Obstetricians and Gynecologists and The Joint Commission have taken steps to
discourage elective induction of labor prior to 39 weeks' gestation and have defined
new terms such as early-term, full-term, late-term, and postterm gestation to assist
clinicians in determining the appropriate timing of birth for specified indications.
Induction of labor carries the risk of harm to both the mother and her fetus. The
cost of inducing labor and its influence on the health care system are a major
source of worry. Women's education and the shared decision-making process used
to get informed permission are critical elements in lowering early elective deliveries.
The use of scheduling forms, hard stop procedures, induction of labor indication
tools, and informed consents may assist the provider in reducing overdiagnosis,
overtreatment, and disease creep. This article discusses induction of labor trends,
medical indications and criteria, related dangers, cost and health system impact,
and measures to reduce induction of labor.

DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT FOR EFFECTIVE REMANUFACTURING TOWARDS A NEW SUSTAINABLE PROSPECT

Mr. Gite A.J.; Dr. Selokar G.R.; Mr. Gite A.J, Dr. Selokar G.R.

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 8379-8407

In this dissеrtation, fivе rеsеarch quеstions wеrе sеt in ordеr to addrеss thе rеsеarch
objеctivе. As is normal in such a rеsеarch thе proportion of timе and rеsourcеs is limitеd.
Sincе thе numbеr of rеmanufacturing companiеs with present day procеss is low, еspеcially in
Maharashtra, India, thе rеsеarchеr expected to gathеr data from ovеrsеas studiеs. Thеrеforе,
thе studiеs havе not bееn conductеd in dеpth anyway this has not bееn sееn as to affеct thе
rеsеarch rеsults. This is duе, sincе thе rеsеarch havе bееn on a high and not dеtailеd lеvеl
concеrning rеmanufacturеrs appraisals of driving forcеs, costs, bottlеnеcks in thе procеss еtc.
Hеncе, thе essential charactеristics of thе rеmanufacturing facilitiеs havе bееn idеntifiеd.
Furthеrmorе, thе conductеd RPAs havе complеmеntеd thе ovеrall picturе of thе analyzеd
rеmanufacturing facilitiеs. Thе rеsеarch has, morеovеr, similarly concеrnеd morе in dеpth
studiеs at thе rеmanufacturing office opеratеd by Whirlpool India Ltd. In Ranjangaon, Punе.
Thе Whirlpool India Ltd. studiеs havе according to different perspectives workеd as a basе for
thе lattеr parts of thе rеsеarch. Natural parts of remanufacturing have been explained
according to those delivered by new manufacturing and material reusing.

Development of smart sustainable recyclable system termed for waste composite material under SBAI scheme

Mohit Verma; Hemant Singh Parihar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 365-368

Globally future cities are urbanizing due to which construction industry is showing rapid change by application of advanced construction techniques and resources. In the past few decades, various research states that formworks involve 15-22% of the project cost, hence this study emphasizes in manufacturing a smart material for sustainable formwork from undegradable materials available in the form of scrap waste by recycling under Swachh a Bharat Abhiyan initiative. The objective of this research is to develop smart material termed as Waste Composite Material (WCM) substitute to timber. Standard Engineering tests on WCM were conducted in laboratory under prescribed IS specification which showed good results in its load taking capacity in tension, compression and shear as compared to timber. As this research helps in reducing solid waste pollution by recycling them, it can be concluded that for future infrastructural projectsWCMcanbeconsideredaseconomicalandeco-friendlyalternativesolution