Fundamentals, present and future perspectives of electrocoagulation
. Journal of Hazardous Materials 114(1-3): 199-210.
Keywords: Acid red 1, Electrocoagulation
, Decolorization, Recirculating tubular reactor, Punched anode.
Intraoperative haemorrhage was managed by bipolar electrocoagulation
when bleed was present from the liver bed as seen in 3 patients and clipping was done in one patient of portal hypertension when bleeding was present from venous collaterals.
In the present study, TBUT values increased after electrocoagulation
. Conjunctival folds at the eyelid margin may obstruct meibomian gland orifices and block meibum delivery to the tear film.
syndrome developed in two patients and in one patient in the single and double ESD groups, respectively (p=0.493), and all of them spontaneously improved within 2 days after ESD (Table 3).
The wound in the tunnel was flushed, and electrocoagulation
was performed to prevent bleeding.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficiency of integrated electrocoagulation
and sand filtration processes as a pretreatment of wastewater from the chocolate manufacturing plants in terms of turbidity, color, and chemical oxygen demand (COD).
However, for the purpose of this present study, electrocoagulation
was used for the treatment of Palm Oil Mill Effluent and paint wastewater.
Hemostasis was performed by means of careful bipolar electrocoagulation
. The surgical procedure proceeded uneventfully with no intraoperative or early postoperative complications.
Management options found in the literature are either conservative such as diethylstilbestrol [1, 3] ointment and topical steroid ointments [1, 4] or invasive as surgical excision and electrocoagulation
The repeated inhalation of the electrocoagulation
smoke and evaporated cytotoxic agents for long periods of time may have detrimental effects on the surgeons and the personnel.
The higher risk in LH compared with the abdominal approach is due to the use of electrocoagulation
of uterine vessels during laparoscopic procedures (4).