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(PDF) Design and Fabrication of a Mosquito Repellent Coil ...- abstract of mosquito coil science journal ,Mosquito coil is a vector control option used to pre- vent malaria in low income counties, while some studies have addressed this issue, additional reseach is required to increase knowledge on the ...Mosquito coil smoke inhalation toxicity. Part I ...Mar 17, 2006·Burning mosquito coils indoors to repel mosquitoes is a common practice in many households in tropical countries. The evaluation and assessment of the inhalation toxicity of smoke emitted from mosquito coils appear to be particularly challenging due to the complex nature of this type of exposure atmosphere.



PVA-graphene-hydroxyapatite electrospun fibres as air ...

Jan 22, 2020·To observe the capture of PM2.5 particles on the synthesized fibres, mosquito coil was used as a potential source of particulate matter. The smoke comprises oxides of sulphur, nitrogen, carbon and volatile organic compounds. Pollutants in the smoke of mosquito coil, indoor pollutants, can be compared to smog, outdoor pollution as well.

Exposure to allethrin-based mosquito coil smoke during ...

The threat of zika virus looms throughout the world and the use of allethrin-based mosquito coils to prevent mosquito bites during and postpregnancy is on the rise. The aim of this study was to analyze the toxic effects of exposure to allethrin-based mosquito coil …

Fourier transform-infrared spectroscopy as a diagnostic ...

Mosquito coil smoke inhalation mice shown decreased body and organ weight. • Mosquito coil smoke inhalation mice have toxicity in the major vital organs. • FTIR spectroscopy as used to detect toxicity in the mice organ tissues. • FTIR spectroscopy might be a diagnostic tool to detect the toxicity.

Efficacy of Mosquito Coils: Cross-resistance to ...

Dec 01, 2018·With a dearth of publication on the efficacy of mosquito coil in Indonesia, this is the first report related to mosquito coil despite its common use in households. Ae. aegypti mosquitoes were sampled from nine regencies in Indonesia and tested using the glass-chamber method against three commercially available local pyrethroid-based mosquito ...

IJMRK2 Effective mosquito repellent ... - Mosquito Journal

Effective mosquito repellent from plant based formulation Dhara Shukla, Samudrika Wijayapala and Padma S Vankar Abstract All over the developing countries in the tropical region mosquito menace has been very acute leading to many diseases. Many chemicals have been used for the purpose of Mosquito repellency or killing,

RESEARCH Open Access Application of mosquito repellent ...

Hogarh et al. Malar J (2016) 15:61 DOI 10.1186/s12936-016-1126-8 RESEARCH Application of mosquito repellent coils and associated self -reported health issues

Studies on efficacy of two botanical repellents ...

International Journal of Mosquito Research 2021; 8(4): 06-10 ISSN: 2348-5906 CODEN: IJMRK2 IJMR 2021; 8(4): 06-10 ... Abstract A laboratory study ... -Bramos mosquito coil) was used to compare the effectiveness of plant coils.

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ELEMENTAL ANALYSIS IN …

ABSTRACT Mosquito coil liberates smoke while burning. This smoke releases certain elements in the environment. However, very few studies have been carried out to ascertain the elemental contents of these mosquito coils. The present study was undertaken to determine the elements present in mosquito coil and its ash using instrumental analysis

Comparative Efficacy of Commercial Mosquito Coils …

This study was conducted using the glass chamber method to determine the susceptibility status of the dengue vector, Aedes aegypti (L.) from 11 states in Malaysia to commercial mosquito coils containing four different active ingredients, namely metofluthrin, d-allethrin, d-trans allethrin, and prall …

Multidisciplinary Research Abstracts SCIENCE 38 ...

Ascendens Asia Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Abstracts Vol. 3, No. 2O, February 2019 ... Lanzo-Neem Mosquito Coil 51 Ganggay, Chelo P., Pagsawitan Elementary School (Adviser: Cambel, Aimee V.) ... Ascendens Asia Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Abstracts 3 Science and Mathematics Academic Achievement Among Incoming Stem Senior High

Studies on efficacy of two botanical repellents ...

International Journal of Mosquito Research 2021; 8(4): 06-10 ISSN: 2348-5906 CODEN: IJMRK2 IJMR 2021; 8(4): 06-10 ... Abstract A laboratory study ... -Bramos mosquito coil) was used to compare the effectiveness of plant coils.

Mosquito coil emissions and health implications.

The findings from the present study suggest that exposure to the smoke of mosquito coils similar to the tested ones can pose significant acute and chronic health risks. For example, burning one mosquito coil would release the same amount of PM(2.5) mass as burning 75-137 cigarettes.

The activity of DL-allethrolone D-trans chrysanthemate and ...

Abstract : Mosquito coils mosquito coils Subject Category: Techniques, Methodologies and Equipment see more details consist of pyrethrum (or similar materials) mixed with a slowburning mixture which emits insecticidal smoke. According to MACIVER (Pyrethrum Post, 1963, v. 7, 22) a coil will give 6 to 8 hours protection from mosquito bites bites Subject Category: Diseases, Disorders, and Symptoms

Effects of Mosquito coil smoke (D-Transallethrin) on ...

Mar 13, 2021·Abstract. Background: The use of mosquito coils has increased exponentially, especially in the under developed countries. Many researches have been conducted over the past few years to advocate both the possible risks and potential benefits. These coils and the inhalation of their smoke have been proved to cause upper and lower airway tract ...

Environmental health risks and benefits ... - Malaria Journal

Jul 16, 2018·Mosquito mortality test. Prior to commencement of the experiment, 50 female Anopheles mosquitoes (3–6 days old, sucrose-fed) were released into each of the rooms without the lit mosquito coil to serve as a control. The control mosquitoes were treated in the same way as the exposed mosquitoes; they were tested under the same conditions.

Application of mosquito repellent coils and associated ...

Mosquito coils contain insecticides, which are expected to vaporize slowly once the coil is lit, to provide protection against the mosquito. The mosquito coil base material contains a variety of compounds capable of burning slowly to gradually release the insecticide. The mosquito coil smoke, however, is potentially a source of indoor air ...

Evaluation of Toxic Effect of D-alletrin Based Mosquito’s ...

Abstract. The effect of inhaling mosquito coil smoke on the haematology and histology of rat’s lungs was studied. Mosquito coils while slowly burning emit smoke containing one or more insecticides, each coil burns for several hours and are used in close proximity to persons requiring protection against mosquitoes in order to prevent malaria, a disease of wide distribution.

Photocatalytictreatmentofvolatileorganiccompoundsemitted ...

Keywords:Mosquito-repellentincense,VOCs,indoorairpollution,photocatalysis INTRODUCTION One of the most popular methods of repelling mosquitoes is to use incense. Mosquito-repellent incense (MRI) or mosquito coil with spiral-shaped contains compounds that repel mosquitoes derived from dried daisies. According to Strickman et al.

Knockdown and lethal effects of three mosquito coil ...

Three mosquito coil formulations, each containing either metofluthrin 0.025% w/w, d-allethrin 0.225% w/w, or esbiothrin 0.10% w/w were evaluated for knockdown and killing properties against laboratory populations of female Aedes aegypti (L.) and Culex quinquefasciatus Say under different nutritional-energy sources of blood, sucrose, and water. The tests were conducted in a 70 cm × 70 cm × 70 ...

Efficacy of Mosquito Coils: Cross-resistance to ... - Journals

Sep 27, 2018·Mosquito Coil Bioassay. Three easily available commercial mosquito coils from Indonesian market with different content of active ingredients were used in mosquito coil bioassays, specifically d-allethrin 0.25% w/w, transfluthrin 0.03% w/w, and metofluthrin 0.0097% w/w.

Octachlorodipropyl ether (s-2) mosquito coils are ...

Sep 01, 2003·Children and their parents in residences are often protected by insecticides from nuisance and disease-bearing mosquitoes. The annual worldwide consumption of the four major types of residential insecticide products--aerosols, mosquito coils, liquid vaporizers, and vaporizing mats--is in the billions of units. Mosquito coils are burned indoors and outdoors in East Asia and to a limited …

Effects of Mosquito Coil Smoke (d-transallethrin) on the ...

mosquito coil smoke The experiment was conducted in a well ventilated room of size 26.2 m3 (3.0 x 3.5 x 2.5). The rats were kept in their respective cages and allowed to inhale the MCS. The mosquito coil was burnt and placed in the center of room and cages placed equidistant around the mosquito coil so that rats inhaled equal amount of smoke.4 Rats

Design of Manually Operated Mosquito Repellent Coil Making ...

Abstract -Paper presents design of mosquito repellent coil making machine. Mosquito repellent coil making machine is used to make coil or stamp the coil shaped mold into sheet of material results into coils of mosquito repellent. Manually operated machine works using human power. This machine works on hand lever principle.

[Influence of inorganic additives on the distribution of ...

Sep 01, 2010·The results show that 16 priority-controlled PAHs are detected in the smoke of mosquito coil without additives, characterized by the predominance of 2- to 3-ring PAHs, which are ranked as NaP (3.109 microg x g(-1)) > Phe (1.230 microg x g(-1)) > AcP (0.495 microg x g(-1)) > FluA (0.311 microg x g(-1)); the emission factors in the ash are also ...

Mosquito coil smoke inhalation toxicity. Part I ...

Mar 17, 2006·Burning mosquito coils indoors to repel mosquitoes is a common practice in many households in tropical countries. The evaluation and assessment of the inhalation toxicity of smoke emitted from mosquito coils appear to be particularly challenging due to the complex nature of this type of exposure atmosphere.

Application of mosquito repellent coils and associated ...

Mosquito coils contain insecticides, which are expected to vaporize slowly once the coil is lit, to provide protection against the mosquito. The mosquito coil base material contains a variety of compounds capable of burning slowly to gradually release the insecticide. The mosquito coil smoke, however, is potentially a source of indoor air ...