Erscheinungsdatum: 01.02.2019, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: The Evolution of the Non-market Economy Treatment in the Multilateral Trading System, Auflage: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2018, Autor: Zhang, Bin, Verlag: Springer Singapore // Springer Malaysia Representative Office, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Volkswirtschaftslehre // Makroökonomie, Rubrik: Volkswirtschaft, Seiten: 364, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 552 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
The Thinking Moms’ Revolution (TMR) is a group of 23 moms (and one awesome dad) from Montana to Malaysia who all have children with developmental disabilities. Initially collaborating online about therapies, biomedical intervention, alternative medicine, special diets, and doctors on the cutting edge of treatment approaches to an array of chronic and developmental disabilities, such as autism, sensory processing disorders, food allergies, ADHD, asthma, and seizures, they've come together into something far more substantial. Suspecting that some of the main causes may be overused medicines, vaccinations, environmental toxins, and processed foods, they began a mission to help reverse the effects. In the process, they became a tight-knit family dedicated to helping their kids shed their diagnoses. Here, collected by Helen Conroy and Lisa Joyce Goes, are the stories of their fights to recover their kids from autism and related disorders. With each chapter written by a different TMR member, they share how they discovered one another, what they learned from one another, and why it’s important to have close friends who understand what it's like to parent a child with special needs. You'll read about their experiences, and learn how their determination and friendships have become a daily motivation for parents worldwide. The complete list of narrators includes Amanda Carlin, Nicol Zanzarella, and Abby Craden. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Anne Marie Lee, Heather Henderson, Kathe Mazur, Susan Lyons, Hillary Huber, Coleen Marlo, Cassandra Campbell. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/011361/bk_adbl_011361_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
M. ferrea L. is a tree of tropical Asia and belongs to family Guttiferae. Various parts of the plant are used medicinally in India, China, Malaysia and Thailand. Its bark is given in treatment of cough, dysentery, vomiting, sore throat and fever. Flowers are astringent and stomachic. The leaves and flowers in combination with other drugs are used for the treatment of snake bite and scorpion sting. The seed oil is used as an embrocation in rheumatism and found useful in the treatment of itch. Our ongoing research is focused on the screening of the extracts of M. ferrea L. (Seeds) on the screening promising bioactivities which can then be developed into drugs through preclinical and clinical developments.
Semi-aerobic leachate typically has high COD and low BOD as experienced. The BOD5/COD ratio of this site is about 0.17. It shows that the fraction of refractory compound in leachate is high and is difficult to biodegrade. The low biodegradability is attributed to partial stabilization of leachate at the landfill. Biological treatment of leachate in Malaysia is not well established and important data for the treatment process is not available. This research was conducted to establish some of the important data in the activated sludge biological process (AS) of semi-aerobic leachate with powder activated carbon (PAC) (AS+PAC) and without the influence of PAC (NON-PAC). The research determines the reactors performance at three hydraulic retention times (HRT) and three dilution factors (DF), based on the influent COD concentrations. For the present study, semi aerobic leachate was collected from Pulau Burung Landfill Site (PBLS).
The main objective of this book is to reduce endodontic failure, increase the success rate of endodontic treatment and decrease the percentage of tooth extraction so as to conserve a naturally compromised tooth structure as opposed to having a dental implant. The first study focuses on the possibility of having a filling material which could provide a tight seal with the desired properties. The in Vitro study targeted on elimination of microleakage by measuring the ability of the existing materials to obturate the root canal, 3 dimensionally using different obturation techniques. This was done by correlating the reading using the electrochemical machine and Micro CT Scan. This study adds value to the fact that the currently developed Nano HA based endodontic sealer is being produced locally in Malaysia thereby reducing the cost as compared to its imported counterpart. The third study consisted of testing the possibility of reinforcing over-flared root canal with Mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA) and also illustrated the pattern of root fracture. This development will definitely help economize the treatment thereby providing a good solution for young patients under 18 years of age.
The prevalence of hypertension is estimated to have 4.8 million individuals in Malaysia. Expensive and associated with undesirable effects makes synthetic antihypertensive drugs are unfavorable to the local community. People nowadays are more interested in the usage of dietary herbs and medicinal plants as an alternative management. Orthosiphon stamineus (OS) is widely used in Southeast Asia as a traditional folk medicinal herb and claimed to treat high blood pressure. Unfortunately, no scientific evidence proves the local OS has antihypertensive effects. Therefore, we investigated the effect of oral OS on the blood pressure among spontaneous hypertensive rats (SHR). We hypothesized that oral administration OS for 2 weeks at certain dosage has a significant mean reduction of blood pressure among SHR. This randomized controlled trial (RCT) was completed at Laboratory Animal Research Unit (LARU), Health Campus, Universiti Sains Malaysia Kubang Kerian Kelantan.The analysis should help professionals in Medical and Health Science fields or anyone else who may be considering utilizing OS for alternative treatment of hypertension disease.
The management of solid waste continues to be a leading challenge in developing country like Malaysia. Rapid urbanization and industrialization has changed the characteristics of solid waste generated. Typically, leachate represents the water which passes through the waste from precipitation from the waste within the landfill site, resulting in a liquid containing suspended solid and soluble components of the waste from the degradation of the waste by macro-organisms. In common observation, leachate migrates through the pores available within the mass and drains away in drainage layer. To date, knowledge on the development and use of activated carbon from fruit waste such as durian peel for leachate treatment has not been established and documented yet. Therefore, the ability of durian peel-based activated carbon was tested for the removal of COD and colour from semi-aerobic landfill leachate by adsorption process. Optimum variable conditions were determined using response surface method. The removal pattern of the leachate were investigated by batch adsorption test. Isotherm and kinetic model were employed to determine the adsorption characteristic of the prepared sample.
The pyrolysis process is an advanced conversiontechnology that has the ability to produce moreuseful and valuable pyrolysis liquids in 65-75% yieldon dry feed from a wide variety of waste and biomassstreams. The oil palm industry in Malaysia produceswastes in large quantities of empty fruit bunch [EFB]after shell and fibre, thus the presence of these oilpalm wastes has created a major disposal problem. There are two primary objectives discussed in thisbook. The first objective is to determine the fastpyrolysis conditions required to maximise thepyrolysis liquid yield from the EFB waste. Thesecond objective is to improve the quality andquantity of pyrolysis liquid by water washingpre-treatment of the EFB prior to pyrolysis. Pre-treatment technique by water washing has beendevised with particular emphasis on the removal ofash, which is required to modify the pyrolysisreaction sufficiently to produce homogenous bio-oil. The water washing experiments were designed with theobjective to gain a better understanding of the basicfactors impacting water washing of EFB that willprovide a basis for subsequent techno-economicoptimisation.
Depression, anxiety and stress often coincides with breast cancer and adjuvant therapy treatments. Despite breast cancer is primarily a woman's disease, there is little attention paid to describe these treatment side-effects experienced by young adult breast cancer women. Thus, highlighting young breast cancer women depression, anxiety, and stress level during adjuvant therapy treatment is crucial. Therefore, this study aimed to identify the association between ages or the time after initial diagnosis and the level of depression, anxiety and stress among young adult breast cancer women. This is a descriptive study on young adult breast cancer (BC) women undergoing adjuvant therapy in Hospital Universiti Sains Malaysia (HUSM). Data was collected by self-administered questionnaire. A total of 21.6% (n=11) young breast cancer women undergoing adjuvant therapy experienced depression, 51% (n=25) with anxiety, and 11.8% (n=6) of the young adult breast cancer women with stress. Study shows that more than 10% of young adult BC women suffered from depression, anxiety and stress. These results suggest that young adult BC women are affected by psychological burden.