Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Author : Amarendiran, Dr.

Systematic review on Asthma and Irritants

Dr.Dinesh Kumar S; Dr. Amarendiran

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 5357-5364

Asthma is an infectious condition which is heterogeneous and characterized by enhanced airway hyper response to external stimuli including irritants. Asthmatics could be more prone to environmental irritants than healthy citizens, that is, to react in lower quantities. The study also checked the empirical assistance for this speculation and analysed in what manner asthma is taken into consideration when establishing dosage limits and guideline values. The study found that experiments compared stable and asthmatic people are sometimes inconclusive. However, the available reports are underused by business and specialist committees respectively. Data for certain irritants show that asthmatics are three times more responsive than safe. The most plentiful data on sulphur dioxide found. A benchmark concentration study here showed a 9-fold intensity gap. Based on such results, when establishing exposure limits and recommendations for irritants a default measurement factor is recommended.

Analysis and Visualisation of Research Trends in Root resection: A General Review

Dr. Anand V; Dr. Amarendiran

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 5737-5744

Root resection is a specialized surgery, focusing on face reconstructive surgery, facial trauma surgery, oral cavity, head, neck mouth, jaws, and facial cosmetic surgery. The bibliometric analysis had been conducted to understand the active authors, organizations, and countries involved in the research domain of “Root resection” by using the published articles from “Scopus”. The resources were analyzed using the VOS viewer to develop analysis tables and visualization maps. The most active country of the research domain was the United States of America. The leading organization engaged in the research regarding “Root resection” was the University of Bristol of United Kingdom. The most active authors were Haskell E.W., Loushine R.J., Weller R.N., Tay F.R., Pashley D.H., Berkovitz. B.K.B., Schwendicke F., and Graetz