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Keywords : pH


Design of Online Monitoring Device for COD Parameters of Waste Water in Industrial Sewage

K. Kalaivani; E. Kalpana; B. Chinthamani; K. Nandini; S. Anushiya devi

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 2746-2752

high quality water excellence is essential to human health, social and economic growth, and the ecosystem in the world. However, as population increases and existing environment is getting destroyed ensuring that there are adequate and water supply for everyone is becoming confront. The best tactic to clean highly polluted and noxious industrial waste water by handling them at the industry itself and sometimes by executing on-site treatment within the production lines with recycling of treated seepage. The project develops a system that monitors the industrial waste water conditions through a system of devices which collects the data in real time such as, COD parameters like pH level of water, TDS level of water and flow of water etc. and transfers it through a Wired Sensor Network or through a LAN to the care taker for analysis with the help of a mail alert. The process combines embedded system hardware techniques that are for online monitoring industrial waste water and send this information to company web site or to any control authority for remedial measures through MAIL alert.

Role of clinical medicine and radiology in the complication of pulmonary hypertension

Fahad Mohammed Alshehri, M.D.; Prof. Lewis Morgan aBay, M. .D

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 2676-2688

Background:
Pulmonary Hypertension (PH) is a diversified group of entities affecting the pulmonary
vasculature. Early detection is pivotal in the appropriate treatment of pulmonary hypertension.
The initial and the simplest step in the detection of pulmonary hypertension is the performance
of a combination of chest radiography, transthoracic Doppler echocardiography, and ECG.
Methodology:
An extensive literature review on the role of radiology and clinical medicine in pulmonary
hypertension complication.
Results:
The study showed that Computed Tomography (CT) was the best imaging modality in the
determination of the early onset of PH. Multiple clinical medicines like epoprostenol, nitric
oxide, iloprost, and imatinib have been used to enhance and improve the exercise capacity,
cardiac output, and hemodynamic function of the patient suffering from PH.
Conclusion:
No meaningful decrease in the time from the onset of symptoms to the PH diagnosis has been
achieved in the last 20 years. However, multiple detection methods, such as the introduction of
radiology and the use of texture-based lung graph models, have been slowly bridging this gap.
Newer techniques in radiology will help in early detection of the disease and thus help in
controlling it.