Tuesday, April 27, 2010

FOR ANY QUERRY REGARDING BIOMEDICAL PROJECTS

IF ANY STUDENT HAS ANY QUERRY REGARDING MAKING ANY OF THE BIOMEDICAL PROJECTS
THEN HE CAN CONTACT THE SITE HTTP://BIOMEDIKAL.IN AND LEAVE A COMMENT IN THE REQUEST SECTION GIVEN ON THE TOP
OR YOU CAN ALSO MAIL YOUR QUERY TO KUSHTRIPATHI20006@GMAIL.COM
OR SUPPORT@BIOMEDIKAL.IN

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

BIOTECHNOLOGY LABS FOR MAKING PROJECTS

NTHRYS BIOTECH LABS is offering Biotechnology academic projects as well as Training programmes.

There are various fields and durations that you can opt depending on your university curriculum in doing a Project Work under Biotechnology at NTHRYS BIOTECH LABS.

Here you can download a detailed information sheet regarding durations and detailed fee structures mentioned for all fields in it.

http://www.nthrys.com/biotech_labs/nthrys_biotech_student_project_info.pdf If you cannot open or download the above pdf file use this link to see the same information from website.

http://www.nthrys.com/biotech_labs/nthrys_biotech_student_lab_projects.htmlIn the above information you can also see the reductions in the fee structures, if you are joining as a group.

You can select your duration with corresponding group choice [If you have a group] and you can follow the procedures given in the same sheet to apply for the project.

You can register the slot with the procedure given in the sheet.

The registration fee of Rs850/- which is charged to you is not an additional one.

It will be deducted from your main fee during the time of joining.

Feel free to mail us to counselor@nthrys.com or contact us on 9849854748 â€" Hyderabad â€" Andhra Pradesh for any queries or doubts.

Please visit our website www.nthrys.com for all our services.

E-mail: coordinaot@nthrys.com

Telephone: 9849854748
Website: http://www.nthrys.com/biotech_labs/nthrys_biotech_student_project_info.pdf

Monday, April 12, 2010

Study Shows Significant Advantages of Computer-Assisted Robotic Total Knee Replacement

A study of 1,000 consecutive Computer-Assisted Robotic Total Knee Replacements performed over a five year period at Mercy Medical Center in Rockville Centre, NY demonstrates that the computer-assisted procedures result in far better leg alignment, much less likelihood of complicating infection, and a far lower early failure rate than surgeries performed using conventional techniques.
The key factor in successful total knee replacement is precise placement of the artificial joint so that the center of the patient’s hip and knee lines up within three degrees of the patient’s ankle. Using conventional techniques, the best surgeons achieve alignment within three degrees 50 to 80 percent of the time. At Mercy Medical Center, alignment within three degrees was achieved in all (100%) of the 1,000 computer-assisted robotic procedures performed between February, 2005 and January, 2010. Final post-surgical alignment averaged just under one degree (0.8).



Typically, the failure rate for knee replacements is three to eight percent per year, and one half of early knee replacement failures, those occurring less than two years after surgery, are attributed to misalignment, instability and aseptic loosening. These typically require a second more difficult and often less successful operation called a revision total knee replacement.
At Mercy Medical Center, there were no early failures and no revision operations secondary to misalignment, instability or aseptic loosening in the first 1,000 consecutive computer-assisted robotic total knee replacement patients over the first five years of the study.
Jan Koenig, MD, Director of Orthopedic Surgery at Mercy Medical Center, presented the findings on March 10, 2010 to a group of over 200 international orthopedic surgeons at the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) in New Orleans. His presentation, The Evolution of Computer-Assisted Total Knee Replacement (CAS-TKR) Past, Present and Future, was a featured part of Medacta Orthopedics Scientific presentations.
It is estimated that as many as 500,000 total knee replacement surgeries currently are performed in the United States each year, with that number projected to increase to more than 4 million annually as the population ages.

Online Examination - Computer/IT Project

About The Project

By virtue of today's socioeconomic environment and continuing advancements in information technologies, companies are offering more computer related services and becoming more sophisticated computers having high capacity of storage and fast method of retrieving real time information have become boon for corporate.Going on is an era of simplifying almost all complicated works using computers. Here, the external electrical/electronics device integration with computers has got a considerable importance. Here presents one of such projects Exam Online.

Existing System

The existing system has many problems to run this application. First of all the memory is not enough for a .net application. Then there is no apt compact device.
because in this project compact device is the client part, it can access inferno and it possess enough memory. The use of service with this available system is not easy.

Proposed System

The main aim of the proposed system is to overcome all the drawback of the existing system. The memory of the system is upgraded. In order to accomplish socket programming the status and configuration of the server side is increased. When we use the feature 'web reference' which is a main feature of .net we can easily access web service, it provides the facility of proxy. Also in this project the database used is SQL SERVER 2000 which is highly compatible Windows.

During evaluation and synthesis activity, the analyst create a model of the system to get a better understanding of data and control flow, functional processing, operational behaviour and information contents. The model serves as a foundation for the software design and basis for creation of specifications for software. At the core of the model is the data dictionary -a repository that contains description o1 data objects consumed or produced by the software.

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Network Monitoring System Communication

About The System

Network Monitoring System enables the local administrator to perform real time monitoring, data acquisition, data analysis and transmission .Here the administrator's work is made easier and simple.

Administrator is having options for new user registration, updating and deleting user accounts, enable or disable user accounts, time allotment of users, he can view the system details of any user, he can view the hardware and software defects in any system connected through the network, he can capture the system of any user using his system, detect failure in network and can access the full control of any user at any time, he can shutdown and reboot any system, chatting, and some other facilities in this system.

Whenever the administrator finds that a particular user performs an illegal activity, he can disable that user's account and the user is not permitted to log into the system.

The Administrator has some other options to view some details regarding the accounts and the registered users in the network. He can view the complaints, requests and feedback made by the users. He can view the logged users details such as current logic time, last logos time etc., time allotment list of all the users, system details of a particular user in the network etc..Only the registered user can use the service provided by flee System.

The services offered to the user are mailing, chatting, call services such as complain. request and feedback submission, and change password and view user's account details. Security features are also enhanced in the software by checking the user name, password and category. Time allotment for the user is done based on the user id. This system consists of mainly four modules namely failure detection, system details, user details and remote section.

Project Description

The main objective of this project is to develop a full fledged system giving detailed information about local network of a Campus. This project s focused mainly in administrative task.This software enables the local network administrator to view the entire network structure, to perform client control and real time monitoring, to find LAN traffic and failure detection and he can chat with the clients and check the complaints registered by them. The administrator can also change his password for ensuring security in the network.

Here the administrator monitors all the machines in the network and he has the facility to view the system configuration. He also monitor all the users logged on to the network and has the facility to , view the details of the users such as username, last logo OFF time, last login time, login date and privilege.

Administrator can perform real time monitoring by viewing the current connected machines in the network and logged in users and hence can find their processor, application and memory details. Administrator has the facility to know actual network structure, desktop capture, shutdown, restart and LogOFF a remote system from his system.

Administrator can defect the traffic i.e. the frequency, delay and bandwidth of the network cable laid and hence he could take a decision whether to replace network cables of higher bandwidth and thereby get the speed of data transfer increased. Security features are also included to the software by checking username and password.

Administrator can send online messages to all remote systems in the network or send online messages to a particular users logged into remote system. Call registration facility is provided for the users to register his complaints and requests. Administrator has the facility to view the complaint registered by the user and send a reply back to the user. The users can also send feedback about the resources provided by tile organization. Administrator can find the software installed in a machine.

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