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1. How India is dealing with COVID-19 pandemic

Aritra Ghosh | Srijita Nundy | Tapas K. Mallick

India, which has the second-largest population in the world is suffering severely from COVID-19 disease. By May 18th, India investigated ∼1 lakh (0.1million) infected cases from COVID-19, and as of...

2. Global impacts of pre- and post-COVID-19 pandemic: Focus on socio-economic consequences

NT Pramathesh Mishra | Sabya Sachi Das | Shalini Yadav | Wasim Khan | Mohd Afzal | Abdullah Alarifi | El-Refaie kenawy | Mohammed Tahir Ansari | Md Saquib Hasnain | Amit Kumar Nayak

On March 11, 2020, the novel Corona virus disease (COVID-19), was described as a pandemic by World Health Organization (WHO). Globally, the COVID-19 has not only affected the public health socially...

3. Current treatment protocol for COVID-19 in India

Surbhi Sharma | Soumen Basu | Nagaraj P. Shetti | Tejraj M. Aminabhavi

The whole world is now facing the battle against the severe and dangerous pandemic COVID-19, which is not only physically harming, but also mentally disturbing because of the unceasingly escalating...

4. Biosensors applications in medical field: A brief review

Abid Haleem | Mohd Javaid | Ravi Pratap Singh | Rajiv Suman | Shanay Rab

Research sciences and medical societies have recently shifted into using cost-effective biosensors to test food & water contaminants, control human biologic processes, assess precise health diagnosis,...

5. Study and overview of the novel corona virus disease (COVID-19)

Krishna Mohan Agarwal | Swati Mohapatra | Prairit Sharma | Shreya Sharma | Dinesh Bhatia | Animesh Mishra

In December 2019, a new disease with pneumonia-like symptoms was spreading throughout Wuhan in China which was entitled as novel coronavirus disease or COVID -19 caused by the virus SARS CoV-2. Within...

6. Carbon nanotube - A review on Synthesis, Properties and plethora of applications in the field of biomedical science

Nigar Anzar | Rahil Hasan | Manshi Tyagi | Neelam Yadav | Jagriti Narang

Recent remarkable advances in the field of nanotechnology has been achieved in the last few years especially in the fabrication of sensors that have wide number of applications. Nanomaterials are the...

7. Biosensors in diagnosing COVID-19 and recent development

Soumyashree Behera | Geetanjali Rana | Subhadarshini Satapathy | Meenakshee Mohanty | Srimay Pradhan | Manasa Kumar Panda | Rina Ningthoujam | Budhindra Nath Hazarika | Yengkhom Disco Singh

The outbreak of Coronavirus was first reported from Wuhan, Hubei, China on the end month of 2019. Due to its rapid outbreak and quick transmission, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared it as...

8. Current status of point-of-care diagnostic devices in the Indian healthcare system with an update on COVID-19 pandemic

Aditya Narayan Konwar | Vivek Borse

Point-of-care (POC) diagnostic device is an instrument that is used to acquire particular clinical information of patients in clinical as well as resource-limited settings. The conventional clinical...

9. Telemedicine for healthcare: Capabilities, features, barriers, and applications

Abid Haleem | Mohd Javaid | Ravi Pratap Singh | Rajiv Suman

Regular hospital visits can be expensive, particularly in rural areas, due to travel costs. In the era of the Covid-19 Pandemic, where physical interaction becomes risky, people prefer telemedicine....

10. Internet of Behaviours (IoB) and its role in customer services

Mohd Javaid | Abid Haleem | Ravi Pratap Singh | Shanay Rab | Rajiv Suman

Internet of Behaviours (IoB) aims to discuss how data are better understood and used to construct and promote new products from the view point of human psychology. The IoB can be used in a multitude...

11. Sensors for daily life: A review

Mohd Javaid | Abid Haleem | Shanay Rab | Ravi Pratap Singh | Rajiv Suman

Sensor technologies have improved the everyday life of human beings through their applications in almost all fields. Sensors are devices that detect changes in the source/environment and collect signals,...

12. “Update vision on COVID-19: Structure, immune pathogenesis, treatment and safety assessment”

Rishabh Agrahari | Sonali Mohanty | Kanchan Vishwakarma | Suraja Kumar Nayak | Deviprasad Samantaray | Swati Mohapatra

The on-going SARS-CoV-2 causing COVID-19 discovered in December 2019, is responsible for a global pandemic. The virus belongs to the group of enveloped viruses containing linear, non-segmented, single...

13. Significance of Quality 4.0 towards comprehensive enhancement in manufacturing sector

Mohd Javaid | Abid Haleem | Ravi Pratap Singh | Rajiv Suman

Quality 4.0 corresponds to the growing digitisation of industry, which uses advanced technologies to enhance the quality of manufacturing and services. This fourth quality revolution is envisaged to...

14. Silver nanoparticle based multifunctional approach for combating COVID-19

Prince Allawadhi | Vishakha Singh | Amit Khurana | Isha Khurana | Sachin Allwadhi | Pawan Kumar | Anil Kumar Banothu | Sunitha Thalugula | Percy Jasmine Barani | Ramavath Redya Naik | Kala Kumar Bharani

COVID-19 is a highly contagious and widespread disease that has strained the global healthcare system to the hilt. Silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) are well known for their potent antimicrobial, antiviral,...

15. Industrial perspectives of 3D scanning: Features, roles and it's analytical applications

Mohd Javaid | Abid Haleem | Ravi Pratap Singh | Rajiv Suman

3D scanning is one of the lesser talked about technologies used for designing, inspection, and quality control. This non-contact measuring technology converts a physical model into digital 3D Computer-Aided...

16. Influence of nanotechnology to combat against COVID-19 for global health emergency: A review

Aswini Rangayasami | Karthik Kannan | S. Murugesan | Devi Radhika | Kishor Kumar Sadasivuni | Kakarla Raghava Reddy | Anjanapura V. Raghu

Covid 2019 is spreading and emerging rapidly all over the world as a new social disaster. This virus is accountable for the continuous epidemic that causes severe respiratory problems and pneumonia...

17. A comprehensive review on current COVID-19 detection methods: From lab care to point of care diagnosis

Bishal Singh | Brateen Datta | Amlan Ashish | Gorachand Dutta

Without a doubt, the current global pandemic affects all walks of our life. It affected almost every age group all over the world with a disease named COVID-19, declared as a global pandemic by WHO...

18. Biosensor nanoengineering: Design, operation, and implementation for biomolecular analysis

Buddhadev Purohit | Pramod R. Vernekar | Nagaraj P. Shetti | Pranjal Chandra

Robust, reliable, and quantitative detection of biomarkers at ultra-low concentration is of great importance in clinical settings. Biosensor, an analytical device used for sensitive and selective detection...

19. Oral cancer diagnosis and perspectives in India

Vivek Borse | Aditya Narayan Konwar | Pronamika Buragohain

Globally, oral cancer is the sixth most common type of cancer with India contributing to almost one-third of the total burden and the second country having the highest number of oral cancer cases. Oral...

20. A review on environmental gas sensors: Materials and technologies

Shivani Dhall | B.R. Mehta | A.K. Tyagi | Kapil Sood

The rapidly increasing population, industrial emissions, vehicle exhaust and open burning of garbage waste are the main cause of pollutants which regularly deteriorate the natural environmental conditions....

21. Significance of sensors for industry 4.0: Roles, capabilities, and applications

Mohd Javaid | Abid Haleem | Ravi Pratap Singh | Shanay Rab | Rajiv Suman

Sensors play a crucial role in factory automation in making the system intellectual. Different types of sensors are available as per the suitability and applications; some of them are produced in mass...

22. Allium sativum derived carbon dots as a potential theranostic agent to combat the COVID-19 crisis

Ashish Kalkal | Prince Allawadhi | Rangadhar Pradhan | Amit Khurana | Kala Kumar Bharani | Gopinath Packirisamy

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is one of the worst pandemics to have hit the humanity. The manifestations are quite varied, ranging from severe lung infections to being asymptomatic. Hence, there...

23. Hyperautomation for the enhancement of automation in industries

Abid Haleem | Mohd Javaid | Ravi Pratap Singh | Shanay Rab | Rajiv Suman

Hyperautomation is a true digital transformation with the help of advanced techniques such as Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Machine Learning (ML), and Artificial Intelligence (AI). It automates...

24. 3D bioprinting applications for the printing of skin: A brief study

Mohd Javaid | Abid Haleem

Healthy skin is an essential requirement to lead a healthy life. Due to burn, non-healing cuts, accidents and deep wounds, one requires rapid treatment of skin. Traditionally, the treatment of skin...

25. Insight from nanomaterials and nanotechnology towards COVID-19

Yengkhom Disco Singh | Rina Ningthoujam | Manasa Kumar Panda | Barsarani Jena | Punuri Jayasekhar Babu | Avanindra Kumar Mishra

The pandemic coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) becomes one of the most dreadful disease in the history of mankind in the entire world. The covid-19 outbreak started from Wuhan city of China and then...

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