Arkaprabha Sau

Arkaprabha Sau
Directorate General of Factory Advice Service and Labour Institute · Occupational Medicine; Regional Labour Institute-Kanpur

MBBS, MD(Gold Medalist), DPH, Dip Geriatric Medicine

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Introduction
Dr. Arkaprabha Sau is currently working as Deputy Director (Medical) [Group-A, Central Civil Services], at Directorate General of Factory Advice Service and Labour Institutes, Ministry of Labour & Employment, Govt. of India.

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With the advancement of deep learning and thermal imaging technology, prediction of plant disease before the appearance of any visual symptoms gains attention. Studies showed that before the appearance of any visual symptoms, some internal changes take place in the plant that cannot be detected externally. These changes may be captured by the therm...
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Background: Iodine deficiency disorders (IDD) are most important causes of preventable brain damage all over the world. Iodization of salt is used as a weapon to prevent IDD through national iodine deficiency disorders control programme and food safety and standards act, 2006 and regulations, 2011. Climatic condition, knowledge about storage and cu...
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BACKGROUND Seafarers are vulnerable to suffering from various mental health disorders, most commonly anxiety and depression. Therefore, periodic screening for anxiety and depression is necessary for their health and well-being. Machine learning technology may be useful as a rapid, automated screening procedure to identify at risk seafarers for earl...
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Skin disease causes serious health hazards like cancer, leprosy, scleroderma, etc. Early and precise diagnosis can overcome the long-term effect of these diseases. Computer vision brings this precision with automated diagnostic system. The most crucial part of such a system is the segmentation of diseased regions. A novel segmentation algorithm is...
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Background Seafarers are vulnerable to suffer from various mental health disorders, most commonly anxiety and depression. So, periodic screening for anxiety and depression, is necessary for health and well-being. Machine learning technology can be used as a quick and automated screening procedure to identify the at risk seafarers for early referral...
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Introduction: Osteoporotic vertebral compression fractures are a leading cause of disability and associated morbidities among Indian population. Worldwide, approximately 20% of elderly population above 70 years and 16% of postmenopausal women are suffering from it. Vertebral compression fractures should be aggressively treated with minimally invasi...
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Anxiety and depression are two important mental health problems among the geriatric population. They are often undiagnosed and directly or indirectly responsible for various morbidities. Early and timely diagnosis has immense effect on appropriate management of anxiety and depression along with its co-morbidities. Owing to time constraint and enorm...
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Introduction: Depression is one of the most important causes of mortality and morbidity among the geriatric population. Although, the aging brain is more vulnerable to depression, it cannot be considered as physiological and an inevitable part of ageing. Various sociodemographic and morbidity factors are responsible for the depression among them....
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Introduction: Pattern of alcohol consumption substantially changed in India with in last 20 to 25 years. Excessive alcohol consumption is a major risk factor for various morbidity and mortality. So, scientific study to identify alcohol consumption patterns and its correlates will be helpful to formulate preventive strategies. Aim: To estimate th...
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Background . Precision public health is a state-of-the-art concept in public health research and its application in health care. Application of information technology in field of epidemiology paves the way to its transformation to digital epidemiology. A geospatial epidemiological model was simulated to estimate the spread of Ebola virus disease af...
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Background: In India, about 85% of rural drinking water supply depends on groundwater. National Sample Survey, 65th round showed that 55% of rural households were served by a tube well. But ground water pollution has drastically increased in last decade due to increased human activities. In India around 1.5 million children die of diarrhea and 37.7...
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Automated health monitoring and alert system development is a demanding research area today. Most of the currently available monitoring and controlling medical devices are wired which limits freeness of working environment. Wireless sensor network (WSN) is a better alternative in such an environment. Neonatal intensive care unit is used to take car...
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Background: Swine flu is an acute infection of respiratory tract, caused by swine origin influenza A (H1N1) virus. Antigenic drift and shift of this virus is responsible for epidemic or pandemic in different parts of the world from time to time. Last pandemic started in 2009 at Mexico and USA, and spread globally with in a very short period of time...
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The Govt. of India, launched weekly IFA tablet Supplementation (WIFS) Programme on 2013 under RMNCH+A approach to cope up with the problem of iron deficiency anaemia among adolescent boys and girls. Aims: To assess the compliance to IFA tablets among the students, to find out the causes of non-compliance among them and to assess the involvement of...
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More than or equals to 60 yrs. aged persons are under the geriatric population. Depression is one of the most important cause of disability among the geriatric population. Although the aging brain is more vulnerable to depression, it cannot be considered as physiological and an inevitable part of aging. Various socio demographic factors are also re...

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