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Deodatt M. Suryawanshi

Bio: Deodatt M. Suryawanshi is an academic researcher from SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre. The author has contributed to research in topics: Medicine & Sonication. The author has an hindex of 2, co-authored 8 publications receiving 9 citations.

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01 Jan 2021
TL;DR: In this paper, a review article focuses on the degradation of various bioactive compounds as a result of ultra-sonication which include vitamins, carotenoids and phenolic compounds and discusses the influence of ultrasonic extraction on the physico-chemical properties of extracted food products.
Abstract: Implementation of ultrasonic for the extraction of bioactive compounds and retention of physico-chemical properties is an important technology. This technology applies physical and chemical phenomena for the extraction of compounds. Ultrasonic assisted extraction causes less damaging effect on quality properties of food as compared to the conventional extraction technique. The present review article focuses on the degradation of various bioactive compounds as a result of ultra-sonication which include vitamins, carotenoids and phenolic compounds. This review article also discusses the influence of ultrasonic extraction on the physico-chemical properties of extracted food products. In addition, the paper explores the effect of ultrasonication on food allergenicity through changes in solubility, hydrophobicity, molecular weight as well as conformational changes of the allergens, a direct result of increase in temperature and pressure during cavitation process.

7 citations

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TL;DR: During the nationwide lockdown to mitigate the impact of COVID19 pandemic, the lockdown was repeatedly extended, which added to the anxiety of medical students as it impacted their medical education.
Abstract: On 24 March 2020, the Indian Government ordered a nationwide lockdown to mitigate the impact of COVID19 pandemic. Following this many State governments ordered suspension of all its educational institutions to ensure social distancing. All the undergraduate medical students were sent to the safe confinement of their homes until the completion of lockdown. Initially for a period of 21 days, the lockdown was repeatedly extended, which added to the anxiety of medical students as it impacted their medical education. Continuing medical education during this period was a challenge to administrators, institutions, academicians, parents and most importantly the students. During this period, many institutions adopted e-learning as a method to ensure continuity of medical education.

5 citations

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TL;DR: In this article , the authors summarized the research progress and current studies in ultrasonic as pre-treatment for freeze drying (US + FD) technique and suggested that the optimised US treatment parameters are required to improve heat and mass transfer in food samples which help in speed up the drying process and reduction of drying time.

4 citations

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TL;DR: The World Health Organization (WHO) defines adolescence as a transition period from childhood to adult years and India, home to 253 million adolescents constitutes 20% of the world's adolescent’s population, has more than 1 in 10 children currently experiencing puberty.
Abstract: The World Health Organization (WHO) defines adolescence as a transition period from childhood to adult years. India, home to 253 million adolescents constitutes 20% of the world’s adolescent’s population. In addition, more than 1 in 10 children in India are teenagers currently experiencing puberty, and more than a quarter of all children will transition to adolescence and puberty within the next decade. Menstruation, a physiological process, unique to females is part of the female reproductive cycle that begins at puberty. The first menses called “Menarche”. occurs between the ages of 11 and 15 continues cyclically, except during pregnancy and ABSTRACT

4 citations


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20 Apr 2022-Foods
TL;DR: In this article , a review of the rheological and mechanical properties of printed food materials by exploring cutting-edge research working towards developing 3D printed food for personalized nutrition is presented.
Abstract: Additive manufacturing, or 3D printing, has raised interest in many areas, such as the food industry. In food, 3D printing can be used to personalize nutrition and customize the sensorial characteristics of the final product. The rheological properties of the material are the main parameters that impact the 3D-printing process and are crucial to assuring the printability of formulations, although a clear relationship between these properties and printability has not been studied in depth. In addition, an understanding of the mechanical properties of 3D-printed food is crucial for consumer satisfaction, as they are related to the texture of food products. In 3D-printing technologies, each manufacturing parameter has an impact on the resulting mechanical properties; therefore, a thorough characterization of these parameters is necessary prior to the consumption of any 3D-printed food. This review focuses on the rheological and mechanical properties of printed food materials by exploring cutting-edge research working towards developing printed food for personalized nutrition.

18 citations

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TL;DR: It is seen that their knowledge was poor during pretest and remarkable improvement took place after the educational intervention, which shows the feasibility of adolescent health education program implementation on girls in the rural schools.
Abstract: Background: Adolescence is a transitional phase linking childhood to adulthood. Among adolescents, girls are especially vulnerable and more susceptible biologically to reproductive tract infections. In rural India, health education given to these girls, builds knowledge, motivates them to improve and maintain their health, prevent disease and reduce risky behaviors. This study aims to evaluate the impact of adolescent health education on these rural teenage girls. Methods: This is a school-based educational interventional study on adolescent health education, on the girls 11 to 19 years old, in our area, during the period from January 2012 to February 2014. A pretest and post-test were done along with the health education, which covered various topics concerning adolescent health. Results: There were 1249 girl students enrolled into the study. The knowledge on menstruation and menstrual hygiene improved significantly after health education. The awareness of ill effects of child marriage, consanguineous marriage and teenage pregnancy was known by only 82.9%, 29.5% and 5.8% respectively. The knowledge about self-breast examination, Pap smears and awareness that chronic white discharge after marriage, leads to cancer of cervix in the long run, were known by none. By this study, it is seen that their knowledge was poor during pretest and remarkable improvement took place after the educational intervention. Conclusions: This study shows the feasibility of adolescent health education program implementation on girls in the rural schools.

8 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, a questionnaire of 25 questions on various aspects of e-learning was administered to the first MBBS students at Government Medical College, Himachal Pradesh through Google form (n = 100).
Abstract: Background: Nationwide lockdown tremendously affected academic and educational activities of medical students during the COVID-19 pandemic. The medical students like all other faculties resorted to the e-learning modalities. This has helped the first MBBS students to continue learning during this period of lockdown. Hence studies about perception of medical students towards e-learning are relevant. Aims and Objectives: To assess the first MBBS student's perception about e-learning and online classes. To evaluate feasibility of utilizing e-learning by assessing the acceptability, knowledge, attitude, skills and habits of first MBBS students. Materials and Methods: A questionnaire of 25 questions on various aspects of e-learning was administered to the first MBBS students at Government Medical College, Himachal Pradesh through google form (n = 100). They were asked to mark appropriate responses and the data was analysed to get the percentage and proportion on various aspects of e-learning. Results: The first MBBS students widely used e-learning resources to learn anatomy, physiology as well as biochemistry during COVID 19 pandemic. E-learning has made a positive impact on overall learning of first-year subjects, especially anatomy. The responses did not have any association with gender (p>0.05). Conclusion: Distance learning can compensate for conventional teaching during pandemic, but cannot fully replace the traditional teaching in the medical institutes. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] Copyright of Asian Journal of Medical Sciences is the property of Manipal Colleges of Medical Sciences and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written permission. However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. This abstract may be abridged. No warranty is given about the accuracy of the copy. Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract. (Copyright applies to all Abstracts.)

6 citations