Industrial Technology

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Industrial technology is the use of engineering and manufacturing technology to make production faster, simpler and more efficient. The industrial technology field employs creative and technically proficient individuals who can help a company achieve efficient and profitable productivity. Industrial technology is the study of procedure which makes production faster, simpler and more efficient. Industrial Technology is the amalgamation of engineering and manufacturing technology which employs creative and technically proficient individuals who can help a company achieve efficient and profitable productivity. For more related information on the article, visit us https://www.scitechnol.com/industrial-electronics-applications.php

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Fractional Delivery: Toward a Painless, Safe and Effective Cutaneous Vaccination

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Delivering vaccines into skin (Cutaneous Vaccination) is one of most promising strategies for the next generation vaccination. Cutaneous vaccination enables high vaccination efficacy harnessing the unique immunological nature of skin that numerous antigen presenting cells (APCs) reside in epidermis and dermis concomitant with an abundant network of lymphatic vessels. In sharp contrast, as a conventional vaccination site for most vaccines, muscle has few APCs. Therefore, cutaneous vaccination always showed a superior efficacy to intramuscular injection for a number of vaccines, including Influenza, Hepatitis B, Rabies, Polio etc. This advantage enables us to address the problem of age-related low vaccination efficacy in very young (<2 years) and elder (>65 years) populations, to overcome vaccine shortage in developing countries (e.g. inactivated poliovirus vaccine) or during a pandemic (e.g. pandemic influenza vaccine) by sparing antigen doses.

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Cervical myelopathy

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Cervical myelopathy is a condition caused by narrowing of the spinal canal leading to cord dysfunction. Cervical myelopathy is more common in men and tends to present earlier than in women.  The condition is Present almost 100% of men over the age of 70. In women the disease presents later, But up to 96% in women over the age of 70. The most common causes are congenital stenosis and degenerative stenosis caused by spondylitis. Cervical lesions in the region of C3 – C6 cause a loss of manual dexterity with difficulties in writing and nonspecific alteration in arm weakness and sensation.

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Muscle Weakness

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Muscle weakness is a common complaint among patients. The cause of weakness occasionally may be apparent, often it is unclear, puzzling the physician and frustrating the patient. The cause of muscle weakness involves distinguishing primary weakness from fatigue or asthenia, common conditions that differ from, but often overlap with, muscle weakness. Condition is common in people who have chronic fatigue syndrome, sleep disorders, depression, or chronic heart, lung, and kidney disease, because these conditions are prevalent in the ambulatory population, family physicians can expect to encounter patients with asthenia and fatigue more frequently than those with intrinsic muscle weakness. Use of alcohol or steroids can cause proximal weakness if the cause of muscle weakness is unclear, serum chemistries (electrolytes, calcium, phosphate, magnesium, glucose) should be obtained, as well as a thyroid-stimulating hormone assay to evaluate for electrolyte and endocrine myopathies.

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A diagnosis for an Ovarian Cyst

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Ovarian cysts are sacs of fluid that can grow on the ovaries. Recent studies identified y that, women that are between puberty and menopause are most likely to develop ovarian cysts. There are several kinds of cysts that can form on the ovaries during this time in life and the most common is a functional cyst. The ovaries grow structures called follicles, where immature eggs develop. If the follicle doesn’t open up and release the egg, it fills with fluid and causes a cyst. This is one type of functional cyst called a follicular cyst. For diagnosis Ultrasound and other imaging devices, such as CT scans or MRI used. Blood tests may also be performed to search for changes in hormone levels, signs of pregnancy and possible cancer. Once a cyst is confirmed, larger, cancerous or persistent cysts may be removed surgically.

Early monitoring is key to finding ovarian cysts before they become a problem. ‘All women should visit their gynecologist regularly’

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Non-tubal Ectopic Pregnancies

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Non-tubal ectopic pregnancy is the implantation of a fertilized ovum at a site lying outside the uterine cavity or fallopian tubes, sites include a caesarean scar, the interstitial portion of a Fallopian tube, the ovary, rudimentary horn of a unicornuate uterus, cervix, and abdomen. Ectopic pregnancy makes up 80% of maternal deaths that occur in the first trimester, of which non-tubal ectopic pregnancy deaths account for a higher rate than tubal pregnancy deaths. Effective treatment is important to avoid potentially catastrophic consequences such as massive haemorrhaging, hysterectomy, and death.

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Association of Multiple loci with bladder cancer

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Bladder cancers are diagnosed worldwide, with men being three to four times more likely than women. About 75% of patients with bladder cancer are men. Scientists have made great progress in learning about the differences between normal cells and bladder cancer cells and also learning how these differences help cancer cells grow too much and spread to other parts of the body. To discover additional variants, Scientists conducted a new strategy of 2422 bladder cancer cases. Recent studies identified new susceptibility alleles for bladder cancer risk that require fine mapping , studies  identified 11 independent susceptibility loci associated with bladder cancer risk.

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