ISSN:2320-9151 Impact Factor:3.5

Volume 11, Issue 2, February 2023 Edition - IEEE-SEM Journal Publication

Enhancement of ATM SecurityPDF

Harshada Mhaske, Arya Sasidharan, Sayali Bijutkar, Juilee Gayachari, Shreepooja Yelugoti

The surveillance systems have been widely used in automatic teller machines (ATMs), banks, convenient stores, etc. For example, when a customer uses the ATM, the surveillance systems will record his/her face information. The information will help us understand and trace who withdrew money. However, when criminals use the ATM to withdraw illegal money, they usually block their faces with something (now-a-days, criminals usually use safety helmets or masks to block their faces). That will degrade the purpose of the surveillance system. In this proposed system if the withdrawer's face is covered, the user is being alerted to uncover his face and unless the user uncovers his face the transaction is kept on hold. The technology will help in reducing physical thefts and thereby assisting to find the culprit through CCTV footage.

Comparison between Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) and Hyaluronic Acid cream- Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) in topical treatment of diabetic foot base on Image J processingPDF

Ronald Winardi Kartika; Saptawati Bardosono

Background Diabetic foot ulcer (DFU) is a major complication of diabetes mellitus. It has a high potential risk of secondary infection and amputation. Over the recent years, great progress has made in the techniques of wound healing, among which autologous platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) has attracted the most substantial attention. PRF is a platelet and leukocyte concentrate containing several cytokines and growth factors, is known to promote wound healing. Platelets are known to start the wound healing process through the release of locally active growth factor. The evidence from studies of autologous PRF to support its use in wound healing is not robust, and further rigorously designed blinded trials are needed. Hyaluronic acid as an anti-inflammation agent, had used for wound care product. It has promote growth factor release that released by PRF in diabetic foot ulcer care. The aim of the study was to evaluate the efficacy and safety of the combine hyaluronic acid and autologous PRF for diabetic foot ulcer compare with PRF alone therapy. Patients and Methods The study included 30 patients with diabetic foot ulcers, who were divided into three groups: PRF (PRF group) and combine PRF Hyaluronic Acid cream (PRF- HA group ). The PRF group was treated with autologous PRF in gel form as a dressing. The PRF HA group was treated with Combine PRF and Hyaluronic Acid cream as a dressing. Other group is Sodium Chloride 0.9% group that accept only its gausses as topical therapy. The frequency of dressing change for each group was twice weekly. Each wound was treated with routine dressings base his group, whereas the wound was treated for a period of day 3, day 7 and follow up until 14 days. Epithelialization of wound healing rate and granulation index will calculated use Image J. Results The healing rate of the PRF HA group was found higher than that of the PRF group alone although not significantly. Whether in this study show in granulation index per week of the PRF HA group was significantly higher than that of the PRP group and Sodium Chloride 0.9% (control) .The combination of hyaluronic acid cream with PRF seemed to accelerate skin wound healing in diabetic foot ulcer, probably via stabilization cytokine and growth factor that release by PRF in topical diabetic foot ulcer therapy. Conclusion Combine PRF Hyaluronic Acid cream is effective and safe for treatment of diabetic foot ulcer. Use of PRF with Hyaluronic Acid cream was associated with significantly improved skin wound healing in diabetic foot ulcer compare with use PRF alone and Sodium Chloride 0.9% ( control ). Keywords: diabetic foot ulcer, Hyaluronic Acid Cream, Platelet-Rich Fibrin

Adoption and application of Artificial Intelligence tools in marketing strategiesPDF

Triparna Ray, Head - Content and Communications, OpEd Moped

Information technology has shown significant advancement in the last decade. Traditional mass media advertising has been witnessing a shrink due to the internet revolution and digital marketing. The new-age information technology has implemented innovative ways of customization, marketing automation, viral marketing, voice recognition, lead generation, neuromarketing, and conversion optimization, through the use of artificial intelligence. Through a systematic analysis of relevant journals and research articles, this paper aims to review artificial intelligence tools and their impact on marketing activities. This is accomplished by studying the insights provided by relevant literature in the most significant scholarly journals published between 2012 and 2022, and then presenting the research findings through a conceptual framework and methodology design. In today’s competitive world, artificial intelligence has become an important part of business activities. The paper gives a detailed description of the various applications of artificial intelligence tools across marketing activities and decision-making, and how organizations are creating opportunities, building on existing goals, and growing rapidly by using artificial intelligence tools. Further, a background and definition of all the processes where artificial intelligence is implemented in marketing activities are also included for a better understanding of the last decade’s developments and the future scope of artificial intelligence in marketing activities.

Bio-medical Waste – Review Its real scenario, its Management, treatment and proper disposalPDF

Binay Kumar gupta

Abstract: -This review study aims at biomedical waste management. Biomedical waste management is significant to defend the environment and health of the population. Necessity of Biomedical Waste Management has attracted attention because of Inadequate management of these wastes produced in health care facilities is causing a direct health hazards on the general public, the health care workers and on the environment. Measures to ensure the safe and environmentally sound management of health care wastes can prevent adverse health and environmental impacts from such waste including the unintended release of chemical or biological hazards, including drug-resistant microorganisms, into the environment thus protecting the health of population. Biomedical waste (BMW) is any waste produced during the diagnosis, treatment, or immunization of human or animal research activities pertaining thereto or in the production or testing of biological or in health camps. It is observed from the analysis that there is significant association between type of hospital and waste handling safety measures. Waste management is needed to prevent pollution. Waste management is important as it saves the environment from the toxic effects of inorganic and biodegradable element present in waste. Mismanagement of waste can cause great harm to society, water, soil and air contamination. Waste can be reduced, recycled if collected and managed efficiently. Segregation refers to the basic separation of different categories of waste generated at source and thereby reducing the risks as well as cost of handling and disposal. Segregation is the most crucial step in bio-medical waste management. The main objective of Waste management is to reduce the environmental and health hazards that arise from indiscriminate dumping of waste and pollution of natural resources like the land, sea, and air. One of the essential aspects of waste management is recycling, and when you do it, you're helping in the conservation of natural resources by reusing materials such as glass, plastic, oil, and paper. But Biomedical wastes are such wastes where recycling does not work. These wastes are of general category and are mostly Municipal wastes which can be managed by segregation, recycling and reduction. But here In am dealing with Biomedical Wastes and as per the Rules these Biomedical wastes come under ten categories and need to be placed in four different coloured containers/ bags. The wastes have to be treated using techniques such as deep burial, incineration, autoclaving, micro waving, mutilation, shredding and chemical disinfection. The general 4 different kinds of medical waste are of infectious, hazardous, radioactive, and general type. Biomedical Wastes are studied utilizing biotechnology techniques, biomedical researchers study biological processes and diseases types with the ultimate goal of developing effective treatments and cures. Biomedical research is an evolutionary process requiring careful experimentation by many scientists, including biologists and chemists. In general the most preferred method of waste management is source reduction, also known as waste prevention, means reducing waste at the source, and is the most environmentally preferred strategy. It can take many different forms, including reusing or donating items, buying in bulk, reducing packaging, redesigning products, and reducing toxicity. But here in case of Biomedical wastes the most preferable method of healthcare waste management is incineration. Our findings indicate that incineration is the best waste disposal technique among the available alternatives. Therefore, Incineration is the technique that is most suitable for the disposal of biomedical waste. Sanitary landfills were adopted as the substitute for open-burning dumps. The present COVID-19 pandemic has changed the scenario because of massive death and its fastest-spreading nature. The problem became more severe because not handling medical waste properly. It was a systemic review study regarding the relationship between COVID-19 and biomedical waste management. So far information gathered it has been observed that if the unmanaged medical wastages are not managed, treated and disposed properly and as per guidelines guide lines, chances are that major community can be infected by different trains of COVID-19 which can lead to major deaths in the upcoming days. Here, we will try to find out in simple term the potentials of Bio medical wastes generated in Jharkhand and gaps between treatment facility and Biomedical wastes generated and the management of these wastes are proper and sufficient or not. Keywords-Bio-medical waste management, pandamic covid 19, Incineration.

Error in F=maPDF

Felix D

I found error in Newton’s famous equation F=ma.

Post -Pandemic Approach on Learning Mixed-Mode Education (PALM) : A Process towards Flex Instructional DeliveryPDF

Dr. Emma A. Yaun, Roxanne Kaye  S. Bihasa, Maria Theresa E. Low, Kenneth June S. Potot

A process towards flex instructional delivery is a post-pandemic-approach for learning mixed-mode education. As the approach of the method of delivery developed into an advanced form, it swiftly adjusted to changes in the usage of mix-blended learning. This study explored the process of flex instructional delivery using the PALM approach. The design used combined the grounded theory methodology by Strauss and meta-synthesis. The Enhanced Learning to Quality Education (Causal Condition) led to the adoption of the Delivery Mode of Instruction (Phenomenon). Various strategies were implemented primarily on implementing Digitalized Educational Framework (Strategies). This approach identified several benefits and drawbacks of post-blended learning (Consequences). Implementing this post-pandemic approach of mixed-mode education utilized an emergent Digitalization Technology to carry out the process of Flex Instruction Delivery (Context). The new paradigm approach of its transition was not easy for non-digital natives as several feedbacks were exemplified by several. Several challenges in Flex Delivery of Instruction were encountered (Intervening Conditions). The transition of blended learning into face-to-face marks the transformation of new curriculum development. Theoretical Framework on the 3Rs Process of Flex Blended Mode of Instruction: Revisit, Redesign, and Reform Theory of Curriculum was developed to appropriately customize the Flex Blended Mode of Delivery of Instruction during the post-pandemic.