03/27/2020
Opinion

Hypothesis about pathogenic action of Sars-COV-2

Marasco Daniela, Del Prete Salvatore* and Sabetta Rosalaura

Abstract

The Hypothesis born on a simple clinical data noted by some Chinese Reserchers during the starting point of epidemic began in the dicember of the 2019, for the novel member of human coronavirus, officially named as SARS‐CoV‐2 (severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus...

03/26/2020
Research Article

Neuroanatomical profile of hemineglect in patient’s body image modification

Maurizio Falso* and Eleonora Cattaneo Psy

Abstract

Background: NSU is generally caused by right cerebral hemisphere lesions with a preeminent localization on the frontoparietal lobe.

Aim: To assess the correlation between the typology and the brain lesion site and the consensual con...

03/19/2020
Research Article

Educational strategy to increase knowledge and risk perception about sexually transmitted infection in polytechnic students

Alba Cortes Alfaro* and Damarys Chacón O’farrill

Summary

Introduction: The incidence of STI-HIV/AIDS is on the rise, making adolescents a vulnerable group at risk.

Objective: To increase the knowledge and perception of risk about STI-HIV/AIDS, through Educational Intervention in students o...

03/17/2020
Research Article

A comparative study between ultrasound guided and landmarks guided intraarticular sacroiliac injections in spondyloarthritis patients

Plamen Todorov* and Anastas Batalov

Abstract

Purpose: Sacroiliac joints (SIJ) inflammation and pain is particularly common in patients with Spondyloarthritis. Intraarticular SIJs injections represent a valuable therapeutic option in this condition. In the rheumatological outpatient clinics this procedur...

03/17/2020
Review Article

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders – What does it mean?

Rajeev Gupta*

Prenatal alcohol exposure is one of the most important causes of preventable cognitive impairment in the world. The developing neurological system is exquisitely sensitive to harm from alcohol and there is now also substantial evidence that alcohol-related harm can extend...

03/18/2020
Short Communication

Trends in Teledentistry

Rudrakshi C*

Abstract

Socioeconomic barriers appears to be the greatest threat to dental care apart from considering the geographic location of the population. Access to need of care becomes primary consideration and through teleconsultation it is possible to overcome these barriers. As oral cavit...

03/13/2020
Mini Review

Progress of chemical components and biological activities of Fructus Amomi

Yuchen Xiao, Olagoke Zacchaeus Olatunde, Jianping Yong* and Canzhong Lu*

Abstract

Fructus Amomi is “one of the top four south authentic Traditional Chinese Plant Medicines”, widely distributed in tropical and subtropical districts of China, such as Fujian, Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, etc., which has ever been used in clinical for treatment of t...

03/11/2020
Research Article

Mesoscopic irreversible thermodynamics of morphological evolution kinetics of helical conformation in bioproteins ‘DNA’ under the isothermal isobaric conditions

Tarik Omer Ogurtani* and Ersin Emre Oren

Abstract

The morphological evolution kinetics and instabilities of alpha helical peptide 3.613, which involves large amount of stored torsional elastic deformation energy (3-40 eV/molecule), is formulated by the variational method based on the connection between the rates of internal ...

03/10/2020
Short Review

“Syndrome of Contractures and Deformities” according Prof. Hans Mau. Symptoms, diagnosis, treatment: Recommendations for parents

Tomasz Karski* and Jacek Karski

Abstract

In development of movement apparatus in small children, youth and – if not cured – in adults play the role two factors. First is connected with small disorders in brain – and in Pediatrics Orthopedic Departments we see very often children with the symptoms o...

03/25/2020
Review Article

Dapt Review

Ujuanbi AS*, Onyeka CA, Yeibake WS, Oremodu T, Kunle-Olowu OE and Otaigbe BE

Abstract

Dual antiplatelet therapy (DAPT) combining aspirin and a P2Y12 receptor inhibitor has been consistently shown to reduce recurrent major adverse cardiovascular events (MACE) in patients with acute coronary syndrome (ACS) or undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) f...

03/25/2020
Research Article

A study on pacemaker pocket infection

Goutam Datta*

Abstract

Dual antiplatelet therapy (DAPT) combining aspirin and a P2Y12 receptor inhibitor has been consistently shown to reduce recurrent major adverse cardiovascular events (MACE) in patients with acute coronary syndrome (ACS) or undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) f...

03/06/2020
Research Article

Clinical relevance linked to echocardiography diagnosis in Bland, White and Garland syndrome

Mariela Céspedes Almira*, Adel Eladio González Morejón, Giselle Serrano Ricardo and Tania Rosa González Rodríguez

Abstract

Introduction: Bland, White and Garland syndrome is a coronary anomaly with high mortality without treatment. Its clinical presentation is varied which makes epidemiological documentation difficult. Echocardiography is a useful non-invasive tool for diagnosis.

03/03/2020
Case Report

Pathological left ventricular hypertrophy and outflow tract obstruction in an infant of a diabetic mother: A case report

Ujuanbi AS*, Onyeka CA, Yeibake WS, Oremodu T, Kunle-Olowu OE and Otaigbe BE

Abstract

Background: Infants of diabetic mothers (IDMs) are at increased risk of developing congenital anomalies including cardiac defects. Pathological left ventricular hypertrophy, asymmetrical septal hypertrophy and outflow tract obstruction is a rare but known cardi...

03/03/2020
Review Article

His bundle pacing in heart failure: A review of current literature

Rahul Chaudhary* and Jalaj Garg

Abstract

Biventricular (BiV) pacing revolutionized the heart failure management in patients with sinus rhythm and left bundle branch block; however, left ventricular-lead placement is not always technically possible. Also, BiV pacing does not fully normalize ventricular activation and...

03/10/2020
Research Article

Therapeutic application of herbal essential oil and its bioactive compounds as complementary and alternative medicine in cardiovascular-associated diseases

Ahmad Firdaus B Lajis* and Noor Hanis Ismail

Abstract

Background: Herbal essential oil contains pharmacological benefits for intervention treatment of various diseases. Studies have demonstrated its antimicrobial, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory effect involving in vitro cell culture and preclinical animal mode...

03/27/2020
Research Article

ECHO…for a change!!

Manish Motwani*, Rajeev Palvia, Bhavesh Nanda, Mahek Motwani, Bhakti Chaubal, Jyoti Kesarkar, Bhakti Mange and Sneha Shukla

Introduction

The childhood obesity is increased more than three folds in last two decades in developed world. There is nutritional transition seen in the developing world including India. The westernization in diet of the Indian population along with prosperity brings the brunt of ove...

03/18/2020
Case Report

Epstein-Barr infection causing toxic epidermal necrolysis, hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis and cerebritis in a pediatric patient

Aikaterini Solomou, Vasileios Patriarcheas, Pantelis Kraniotis and Andreas Eliades

Abstract

Toxic epidermal necrolysis -the most serious variant of Steven Johnson Syndrome -arises as the result of cell-mediated cytotoxic reaction against keratinocytes. Most common inciting factors include drugs, and infections. On the other hand, Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (...

03/16/2020
Case Report

Giant prolactinoma case with side effects due to cabergoline

Semiha Çalkaya*, Fahri Bayram, Ali Kurtsoy and Hüseyin Dursun

Abstract

Dopamine agonists should usually be the first treatment for patients with prolactinomas of all sizes, because these drugs decrease serum prolactin concentrations and decrease the size of most lactotroph adenomas. Cabergoline is preferred first. When cabergoline develops side ...

03/04/2020
Case Report

Zoon’s Vulvitis: A case report

S Murphy and A Das

Background

Zoon’s vulvitis or plasma cell vulvitis (PCV) is a rare, benign inflammatory condition of the vulvar mucosa [1].  PCV can present with an asymptomatic lesion, or can cause discomfort, dyspareunia and pruritus [2]. In this way, PCV can mimic other lesions of the v...

03/20/2020
Review Article

Artificial Intelligence in the healthcare of older people

Elizabeta B Mukaetova-Ladinska*, Tracy Harwood and John Maltby

Abstract

Clinical applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in healthcare are relatively rare. The high expectations in relation to data analysis influencing general healthcare have not materialized, with few exceptions, and then predominantly in the field of rare diseases, oncolog...

03/10/2020
Review Article

Bioactive components of tea

Gargi Sen*, Nilanjan Sarkar, Moutusi Nath and Subhasis Maity

Abstract

Tea (Black tea and Green tea) are one of the most widely consumed beverages in the world. However, with the increasing interest in the health properties of tea and a significant rise in scientific investigation, this review covers some of the recent findings on the health ben...

03/19/2020
Review Article

Vegetables associated with reduced risk of cancer

Robert Skopec*

Abstract

The present study aimed to investigate and identify the association between the intake of allium vegetables and colorectal cancer (CRC) in population. A hospital‐based matched case‐control study was conducted between June 2009 and November 2011 in three hospitals. Eight h...

03/09/2020
Research Article

A quantum mechanical model for hole transport through DNA: predicting conditions for oscillatory/non-oscillatory behavior

ATM Golam Sarwar, M Rezwan Khan and Arshad Khan*

Abstract

A quantum mechanical model that considers tunneling and inelastic scattering has been applied to explain the hole transfer reaction from a G (Guanine) base to a GGG base cluster through a barrier of Adenine bases, (A)n (n = 1-16). For n = 1, the ratio of tun...

03/05/2020
Review Article

Do genes matter in sleep?-A comprehensive update

Rajib Dutta*

Abstract

Sleep is considered as a complex process in human beings and is least understood mechanism. Role of sleep in synaptic plasticity remains a debatable topic till date. Sleep is influenced by genetic background of the individual. EEG done in human sleep showed strong influence o...

03/09/2020
Research Article

Non-force electromagnetic fields

VV Aksenov*

Introduction

The non-force magnetic fields were first predicted by Chandrasekhar in 1956 in his well-known published work [1]. Since then there have appeared a large number of theoretical studies [5,6,15,17] with the research into various aspects of physical manifestations of non-forc...

03/12/2020
Research Article

Using correlative microscopy for studying and treatment of Mycoplasma infections of the ophtalmic mucosa

Del Prete Salvatore*, Marasco Daniela, De Gennaro Roberto and Del Prete Antonio

Abstract

Purpose: We have studied in 18-month 21 patients showing kerato-conjunctivitis and/or dermato-blefaritis, where we will find a constant presence of mycoplasma in SEM optical cytology samples. The 21 patients were divided as follows: 7 allergic, 7 alleged alle...

03/12/2020
Research Article

Prevalence of premarital sexual practice and associated factors among Goba town high school students, South East-Ethiopia

Shemsu Nuriye Hagisso* and Tilahun Beyene Handiso

Abstract

Background: Premarital sexual practice significantly attributes for increase adolescent’s risk of unintended pregnancy, early marriage, abortion and STIs. In Ethiopia adolescents were intended to engage at early initiation to sexual intercourse without ...

03/10/2020
Review Article

So-called idiopathic scoliosis – disfiguring deformity in children, pain problems in adults. Information about biomechanical etiology, classification and therapy

Tomasz Karski*

Abstract

In the article presented the etiology of the so-called idiopathic scoliosis (Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis [AIS]), new classification, there are given rules of therapy and causal prophylaxis. This knowledge is based on observations from 1984, but essentially from the years ...

03/09/2020
Research Article

Impact of Christian meditation and biofeedback on the mental health of graduate students in seminary: A pilot study

Paul Ratanasiripong* and Sun Tsai

Abstract

With increasing awareness of the mental health issues among the clergy and seminary students, it is important to explore possible interventions to help address their mental health concerns. This pilot study examined the impact of Christian meditation and biofeedback on levels...

03/05/2020
Research Article

The different levels of depression and anxiety among Pakistani professionals

Sehrish Hassan* and Waqar Husain

Abstract

The present study was conducted to examine the relationship between work-stress, depression and anxiety among six major professionals (doctors, engineers, bankers, nurses, teachers, and lawyers). The inquiry included 260 professionals from different private and governmental s...

03/05/2020
Research Article

Dairy cattle producers’ perception on Oestrus Synchronization and mass artificial insemination services in Waliso and Ilu Districts of South West Shoa Zone of Oromia, Ethiopia

Abera Fekata*, Ulfina Galmessa, Lemma Fita, Chala Merera and Amanuel Bekuma

Abstract

The study was conducted in Ilu and Waliso districs of South West Shoa Zone to investigate the perception of dairy cattle producers on oestrus synchronization and mass artificial insemination services. A total of 122 respondents (38 from Ilu and 84 from Waliso districts) ownin...

03/04/2020
Research Article

Anatomical changes of the development of red Sokoto goat stomach

Bello A*, Joseph OA, Onua JE, Onyeanusib BI, Umaru MA and Bodinga HA

03/03/2020
Research Article

Common reproductive problem associated with one humped camel (Camelus dromedarius) in West Africa

Bello A* and Bodinga HA

03/02/2020
Mini Review

Depression as a civilization-deformed adaptation and defence mechanism

Bohdan Wasilewski*, Olha Yourtsenyuk and Eugene Egan

Abstract

Depression is currently one of the main barriers to further civilizational development. Despite intensive efforts, it is a growing health, social and economic problem. We still lack clarity regarding the ethology of depression and treatment is still mainly symptomatic. The au...