06/26/2020
Research Article

Level of Nurses to Patients Communication and Perceived Barriers in Government Hospitals of Bahir Dar City, Ethiopia, 2020

Moges Wubneh*, Solomon Emishaw and Worku Animaw

Abstract

Background: Communication is the process of exchanging information or messages from one group to the other through mutually understood verbal or non-verbal ways. Communication barrier is anything that prevents receiving and understanding the messages. poor co...

06/30/2020
Research Article

Triple negative breast cancer: Early stages management and evolution, a two years experience at the department of breast cancer of CHSF

Bouzid Nassima, Darido Jessie*, Diari Jed, Dussour Chloe, Ezenfis Joel, Cahn Virginie, Guekeu Steven and Rigonnot Luc

Abstract

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women and is a major public health problem. It is divided into several subtypes, including triple negatives. The general objective of our study is to establish the profile and the management of patients with triple negative breast ca...

06/24/2020
Research Article

COVID-19 in pregnancy: Our experience at a tertiary maternity unit in France

Darido Jessie*, El Haddad Cynthia, Diari Jed, Grevoul Fesquet Julie, Bou Zid Nassimae, Bobric Andreae, Lakhdara Nefissae, Bazzi Zeinabe, Lebis Cindye and Rigonnot Luce

Abstract

Objectives: Our main objectives are to reveal the pregnancy and neonatal impacts of COVID-19 infection and to compare it to the results that are reported in the literature.
Methods and materials: The characteristics of the admitted pregnant patients CO...

06/24/2020
Research Article

Determinants of neonatal near miss among neonates admitted to Ambo University Referral Hospital and Ambo General Hospital, Ethiopia, 2019

Ephrem Yohannes*, Nega Assefa and Yadeta Dessie

Abstract

Background: Neonatal Near-miss is defined as complications of neonates so severe as to be imminently life-threatening but survived due to chance or treatment. The number of neonates who survived morbidities were approximately 3 to 6 times greater than those w...

06/22/2020
Opinion

Why are more otorhinolaryngology surgeons dying from Covid-19 than any other surgical specialty?

Daryll Baker*

Covid-19 infection is caused by the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. This has resulted in the present pandemic from which thousands of people have died including many front-line health care workers. Of the surgeons who have died from covid-19 it would appear that otorhinolaryngology surgeons have made the...

06/18/2020
Review Article

A Perspective on therapeutic potential of weeds

Vikrant Arya* and Ranjeet Kaur Parmar

Abstract

Nature gives us a diverse plethora of floral wealth. Weeds have been recognized as invasive plant by most of scholars in today’s world with extraordinary travel history. They are considered to be noxious for adjoining plant species and also as economic hazard. Weeds inh...

06/26/2020
Review Article

The “Follow-up Factor” in management development

Marshall Goldsmith*

Leadership is not just for leaders anymore. Top companies are beginning to understand that sustaining peak performance requires a firm-wide commitment to developing leaders that is tightly aligned to organizational objectives — a commitment much easier to understand than to achieve. Organiz...

06/24/2020
Research Article

Targeted community outreach events to deliver healthcare to diverse rural populations

Trina Aguirre*, Nancy Meier, Kelly Betts and Ann Koehler

Abstract

Introduction: Rural populations often experience disparities in health and access to and quality of healthcare. Such disparities may differ among subpopulations. Community outreach events provide an opportunity for rural residents to receive health services a...

06/18/2020
Research Article

Knowledge, Attitude and Practice (KAP) towards COVID-19 among Indian residents during rapid rise period of COVID-19 outbreak: A quick online cross-sectional survey

Balvir S Tomar, Pratima Singh*, Deepak Nathiya, Supriya Suman, Preeti Raj and Sandeep Tripathi

Abstract

As COVID-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented human health consequences. It is imperative to understand society’s awareness towards knowledge, attitude and practice level and extent of measures required by health authorities. The aim of the study was to assess the knowl...

06/15/2020
Research Article

The choice of optimal modern muscle relaxants (rocuronium bromide, atracurium besilate and cisatracurius besilate) in one-day surgery in children

Nasibova EM*

Abstract

The choice of the optimal muscle relaxant in one-day surgery in children with “small” surgical interventions remains relevant to this day. In modern pediatric surgery, the requirements for the quality of muscle relaxation are highest. However, along with the effec...

06/16/2020
Case Report

Ependymomas with extraneural metastasis to lung in children: A case report and literature review

Shunnan Ge#, Miao Lou#, Jiarui Zhang, Min Chao, Yang Jiao, Guodong Gao, Yan Qu and Liang Wang*

Abstract

Ependymomas, which account for 10% of pediatric central nervous system (CNS) tumors,  arise from the ependymal cells that line the cerebral ventricles and the central canal of the spinal cord. Extraneural metastasis to lung is rare for ependymomas primary tumors. Repeate...

06/15/2020
Case Report

Epiphora as a sign of unexpected underlying squamous cell carcinoma within sinonasal inverted papilloma

Alessandra Di Maria, Filippo Confalonieri*, Raffaele Piscopo, Laura Balia and Luca Malvezzi

Sinonasal inverted papilloma (SIP) is a benign tumor which originates from the sinonasal Schneiderian mucosa and accounts for 0.5% to 4% of all nasal and sinus neoplasm [1]. Pathologically, SIP epithelium inverts into submucosal stroma, which is different from other types of nasal papilloma. Unli...

06/12/2020
Mini Review

Applications to reduce the amount of excess cement for cement-retained implant supported prostheses: Mini review

Zühre Belde Akkaya* and Bahadir Ersu

Cement-retained implant-supported restorations has been preferred by many clinicians due to its ease of production, low cost and similarity to dental supported restorations [1].  In the literature, many complications caused by residual cement, ranging from acute severe bone resorption to imp...

06/18/2020
Research Article

Femoral venous closure: A single-centre retrospective analysis in real world all comers with MynxGrip® vascular closure device

Alexander Harvard, Shamin Thirunavukarasu, Afzal Hayat, Abid Ullah, Reza Aghamohammadzadeh, Cathy Mary Holt and Nadim Malik*

Abstract

Background: Vascular closure devices (VCD) are routinely used to achieve haemostasis following percutaneous arterial procedures. The extravascular polyethylene-glycol based MynxGrip® device (Cardinal Health) received FDA approval for use in the closure of...

06/16/2020
Review Article

Fibrinolytic therapy with tPA failed because it was based on a flawed concept

Victor Gurewich*

Abstract

Fibrinolytic therapy has become synonymous with tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) based on the belief that tPA alone was responsible for natural fibrinolysis. Although this assumption was belied from the outset by disappointing clinical results, it persisted, eventually caus...

06/12/2020
Review Article

Inhaled statins to combat COVID-19 – prophylactic and treatment approach

Archana P Iyer* and Maryam A Al-Ghamdi

The coronavirus disease 19 (COVID-19) is a highly transmittable and pathogenic viral infection caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), which emerged in Wuhan, China and spread around the world (WHO, 2020). The genome of the SARS-CoV-2 has been reported over 80% ide...

06/11/2020
Mini Review

Can house flies mechanically carry and/or transport sars-cov-2?

Alfredo Montes*, Wilfrido Coronell and Rosa Baldiris

Abstract

The new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 that causes different infections in humans has become a challenge for humanity because it has caused many deaths worldwide. This new virus is considered as a zoonotic infectious particle, the clear mechanisms of the pathogenicity and transmissib...

06/09/2020
Review Article

COVID-19: The possible medical strategies

Mohamed SA Mohamed*

Abstract

In late 2019, a pandemic crisis started in Wuhan, China, swept the whole world. The disease is caused by the SARS-CoV-19 virus that belongs to the corona family of viruses. The virus mainly caused failure of respiration, and led to many deaths worldwide. The main focus of res...

06/15/2020
Research Article

Long-term results for post-interventional systemic heparinization following angioplasty of peripheral vessels

Masoud Mirzaie*, Zaur Guliyev and Mohammed Dakna

Abstract

Objective: The long-term outcome of percutaneous transluminal angioplasties is mainly determined by restenoses, either by progression of the underlying disease or by intimal hyperplasia. Pharmacological substances on the one hand and the implantation of stent...

06/09/2020
Research Article

Assessment of cardiovascular and renal functions during treatment with Desmodium adscendens therapy

Seriki Samuel Adinoyi*

Abstract

Desmodium adscendens is a rain forest medicinal herb used in managing quite a number of medical conditions. Its efficacy in the treatment of several diseases has made it a first line herb for doctors, especially in managing all forms of spasm. It is however common knowledge t...

06/08/2020
Short Communication

A trial of conservative care for restoring scapular dyskinesis: A clinical series

S Thiruvarangan*, P Srigrishna and B Thileebphan

Abstract

The shoulder is the greatest movable joint in the human body. Its anatomical design allows a wide range of motion in all directions, leading to an insubstantial balance between stability and mobility. Conservative treatments are suggested by a number of authors for restoring ...

06/05/2020
Review Article

How does urine pH effect the tooth decay?

Muhammad Imran Qadir and Yasmeen Mureed*

Abstract

The basic aim of the present study was to relate tooth decay with the pH of the urine. pH is very important aspect which affects and depends upon the urine specificity .The glomerulus is a necessary part in the structure of kidney .The glomerulus is involved in the filtration...

06/03/2020
Review Article

Impact of mineralformation on restoration of the soil structure in nakhchivan AR and geographical spreading legitimacy

ZH Aliyev*

Abstract

The silt fractions have a great impact in soil structural formation. If the soil forming rocks don’t disturb, crush and weather, the soil forming processes on them occur weakly, the organic substances cause formation of the loamy stratums without completely turning. Thi...

06/03/2020
Review Article

Methods of identification models of soil humidity

ZH Aliyev*

For the operational forecasting of the dynamics of moisture reserves, it is reduced to the prediction of precipitation and total evaporation (E). The remaining elements of the balance either do not change over time, are either known or are defined as functions of P and E.

06/03/2020
Research Article

Anticancer activity of novel surface functionalized metal doped hydroxyapatite

Saheli Pradhan*, Shouvik Mitra and Arunava Goswami

Abstract

In this manuscript it has been described a novel synthesis of mercury doped hydroxyapatite (Hap) and its application on human liver carcinoma cell line (Hep G2) and human lung fibroblast carcinoma cell line (MRC 5). Nano-sized hydroxyapatite doped with Hg2+ was synthesized by...

06/04/2020
Research Article

Biomarkers in Enteropathic Arthritis

Luis Arturo Gutiérrez-Gonzalez*, Eillen Macias, Freddy Herrera-Vivas, Franz Otaiza, Juan Carlos Gonzalez Duran and Guillermo Veitia

Abstract

Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)-associated arthritis is called Enteropathic Arthritis (EA) which is classified among the group of Spondyloarthritis (SpA), because its presentation is variable. The current trend is to classify them as autoinflammatory rather than autoimmune d...

06/02/2020
Case Report

Transcatheter arterial chemoembolization combined with molecular targeted therapy for a patient with hepatocellular carcinoma with intrahepatic metastasis and main portal vein tumor thrombus: A case report and literature review

Yu Zhong Wen, Shi Jie Dai, Su Fen Cheng, Jun Shi and Jun Hua Ai*

Abstract

Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is characterized by high morbidity, high recurrence, and high mortality rates. In China, the morbidity of HCC is fifth among all malignant tumors and HCC is the third most common cause of cancer-related deaths. Most HCC patients also have liver ...

06/01/2020
Review Article

Complicated grief in the DSM-5: Problems and solutions

Colin Murray Parkes*

The Diagnostic Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders volume 5 (DSM-5) is the influential textbook published in 2013, by the American Psychiatric Association, as a guide to psychiatric diagnosis. It helps to ensure that doctors are consistent in their use of diagnostic terms.

06/03/2020
Research Article

Quality Evaluation of Sorghum bicolor Stem Sheath Enriched with Spondias mombin Extract

Adedeji TO*

Abstract

The nutritional compositions of sorghum stem sheath-Spondias mombin extract were evaluated. The enriched stem sheath extract were obtained by mixing sorghum stem sheath and Spondias mombin (iyeye) extract in varied proportions at 100:0; 0:100; 95:5; 90:10 and 85:15. The five ...

06/04/2020
Commentary

Effective COVID-19 prevention and control in areas of ultra-dense population: Lessons from Macau SAR

Xueni Bian, Lan Yao and Ying Bian*

Abstract

In this paper we summarise, in chronological order, all COVID-19 preventive measures undertaken by the Macau Special Administrative Region (SAR) government during the first quarter of 2020. The information and narrative contained herein may be of useful to other parts of the ...

06/29/2020
Review Article

Therapeutic benefits of lemongrass and tea tree

Nida Tabassum Khan*

Abstract

Lemongrass is a culinary herb with a lemony aroma.it is mostly cultivated in Southeast Asia, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and India. It is conventionally used for relieving anxiety, stress and pain. Because of the presence of limonene and citral, lemongrass extracts exhibits antimicr...