The aim of the present work was to discover the efficient variants to remove mercury and its toxic compositions from contaminated regions around Bandar Imam Petrochemical Complex (in Persian Gulf) by which the environment and human health will be safe. Analysis for cleaning was done by electrokinetics method. According to aforementioned goal, the following problems were posed: • To study and analyze cleaning methods and efficiency of different types of soil contaminated with mercury. • To determine such expedient tension of power which is used in electrokinetics method by which it will be possible to reach the maximum efficiency. • To reveal such expedient compound of solutions which is used in electrokinetics method during electrolysis by which it will be possible to reach the maximum efficiency. • To discover all the preventing factors which result in the decrease of the efficiency of cleaning processes. Also to discover all the optimal factors which result in the increase of...
Production of PhD graduates is of vital importancefor new knowledge economy in Malaysia. Its core ideais that future economic performance will be closelybased on the skill and innovation level of the laborforce, underpinned by effective research and R&Dcapacity. Concern over the potential shortages ofdoctorates in Malaysian workforce, Malaysia’s actionplan to increase numbers of doctorates within thenext 15 years has led to the brainchild of theprogram named MyBrain15. MyBrain15 was initiatedin the year of 2009 aimed to increase the nationalcompetency and capacity for higher level research andinnovation by increasing the number of doctorateholders from 8,000 in year 2009 to 60,000 in 2023 (an increment of 8 to 12 percent per year).
Majority of our healthcare provider working in Emergency Department has good knowledge, attitude & practice level in standard precaution. In fact, we found that (78.4%) were compliance to standard precaution practice. There were 43 participants who did not compliance to standard precaution practice, 14 were medical officer (32.6%), 14 were assistant medical officer (32.6%), 2 were staff nurses (4.7%), 3 were assistant nurse/community nurse (7.0%) and 10 were health attendants (23.3%). Most participants gave lack of time is the main reason for poor compliance with 38.5%, followed by interfering with their work with 29.2%, lack of equipment with 21.5% and other reason such as laziness, forgotten, not comfortable with standard precaution, lack of staff and very busy (10.8%).
The early detection of acute blood loss is becoming more important for diagnostic purpose especially with the development of newer portable ultrasound device. Use of the ultrasound in the detection of acute blood loss via measuring the IVC diameter is not the standard clinical practice at the current moment. Current evidence suggests that acute blood loss can be detected early in hypovolemic patient by measuring the IVC diameter. The clinical implication of this study, IVCe was a great marker to determine the volume loss through bleeding in trauma patient. The measurement of the IVC diameter was also a reliable indicator of shock in trauma or medical hypovolemic cases and may even predict it in patients who have normal blood pressure due to sympathetic activity.