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August,2019 Issue

1.SAFETY SIGNAL IN PHARMACOVIGILANCE

Disha*, Raibarinder Singh, Gurfateh Singh

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PUNJAB

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Every drug has a potential to produce adverse effects. Pharmacovigilance focuses on adverse drug reaction (ADR) signals of medicinal product. It ensures that the patients get safe drugs. More than a single report of ADR is required to generate a valid signal. Information in the reports should be of good quality. Identifying signal with the help of event data from any source called as signal detection. It is the process of monitoring safety data. Detection of new risk can have great impact on the benefit-risk profile of the drug. Detection of signal in post marketing is a crucial task. Signal detection depends on the variety of data sources. These sources are analyzed for signal detection purposes. Different ADRs requires different strategies for detection.


2.ECOLOGICAL DESIGN AS A RESULT OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION AND ITS EFFECTS ON TODAY’S FURNITURE

Prof. Asist. Dr. Bilge YARAREL, Prof. Asist. Dr. İldem AYTER SEVER, Prof. Asist. Dr. Hakan İmert

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TURKEY

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When the process of formation of furniture is examined, it is seen that it dates back to the beginning of human history. With the development process of humanity, furniture has also developed, it is no longer just a necessity and has become a big market, a socio-cultural symbol. In the present century, the consumption of world reserves has increased with the human population, and as a result, the response of the ecosystem has been confronted. Realizing that they cannot fight with nature, human beings have started to search for new production systems by cooperating with it. Understanding the importance of preserving ecological balances has started the process of designing today's ecological furniture. Ecological designs; while balancing the human-nature relationship by trying to protect the environment as pure as possible, on the other hand, it has become a communication object by providing the designer with different aesthetic opportunities.Design criteria have changed in this direction and priority has been set as “environment” and “nature”. When the history of furniture is considered, it is seen that the furniture made in the early ages has a more advanced understanding than the present in terms of ecological features.  Today, apart from wood, there are technological materials that dissolve quickly in nature, do not give toxic gas to nature while decomposing and their core structures are based on nature data, and these materials are processed and shaped into ecological furniture.However, it should be a prerequisite that the materials which undergo technological processes in the production stage can be called “ecological » do not harm the nature in the processing stage. In this research, ecological furniture types, new materials and production techniques will be examined in the context of design and the formation and development processes of ecological furniture will be examined.


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A field experiment was conducted from February-April 2018 at College of Agriculture, Vellayani, to investigate the influence of integrated nutrient managementpractice on the nutrient content and organoleptic properties of fresh baby corn cob. The treatment includes four organic sources for N substitution on N equivalent basis and biofertilizer treatments.The highest ascorbic acid content (10.67 mg g-1) was recorded when 25% of N was substituted through vermicompost (s2). Application of biofertilizer (b1) produced significantly higher total soluble sugar (6.86oBrix), reducing sugar (2.89%) and ascorbic acid content (10 mg g-1) in cob compared to b0. The INM practice in which50% N substituted through poultry manure (25%) and vermicompost (25%) with PGPR-1 (s4b1) or 25% N substituted through vermicompost alone with PGPR-1 (s2b1), combined with remaining N, full P and K through chemical source recorded the highest mean score and mean rank values in organoleptic study.