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Myopia Development Treatment Review
17th Dec 2019
Introduction: 1. Literature Review Introduction   Refractive error (ametropia) prevalence varies with age, gender, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status. Overall ametropia prevalence was reported to be >2.3 bill...

Medical Plan for Rainforest Expedition
16th Dec 2019
Introduction: Living at the extremes An expedition in the Amazon Rainforest – Matses National reserve; fundraising for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation UK (JDRF). Type 1 diabetes mellitus accounts for ...

Classification of Adverse Drug Reactions
16th Dec 2019
Introduction: Drug hypersensitivity Drug Hypersensitivity affect approximately 10-20% of hospitalized patients and can manifest in many different clinical symptoms, which can even be fatal. Drug hypersensitivity r...

Therapeutic Drug Monitoring of Anti-Cancer Agents
16th Dec 2019
Introduction: Therapeutic Drug Monitoring of Anti-Cancer Agents Abstract Numerous cytotoxic drugs have a narrow therapeutic index with the steep dose-response relationship of high pharmacokinetic variability among...

Asclepius and His Animals’ Roles in Healing
16th Dec 2019
Introduction: Abstract Animals have been used in the medical field consistently for the last few decades. It is tempting to believe that their applications in medicine are fairly new, however, this is not true. Si...

Epidemiology of Cronobacter Sakazakii
16th Dec 2019
Introduction: Abstract Cronobacter sakazakii once known as Enterobacter sakazakii is a new emerging pathogen that is responsible for various neonatal conditions such as meningitis, bacteremia and necrotizing enter...

Anaesthetic Effects on the Brain Regions
16th Dec 2019
Introduction: “Gentlemen! This is no humbug” W. G. Morton, on 16th October,1846, used ether to facilitate a painless dental extraction. This, first reported, demonstration of anaesthesia, stunned the audience ...

Stress as a Risk-Factor for CVD
16th Dec 2019
Introduction: CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW   Search Strategies A computerised search of the English-language literature published between 1980 and 2017 was completed. PubMed, National Centre for Biotechnology I...

Hypopituitarism Causes, Types and Management
16th Dec 2019
Introduction: The pituitary gland, located within the sella turcica at the base of the brain is the master regulator of growth, puberty, metabolism, response to stress, reproduction and lactation(54). The pituitar...

Applications of Plant Sources for Medicine
16th Dec 2019
Introduction: 1.0 INTRODUCTION There is a global increase in utilizing drug from plant sources which projected to be sixty billion around the universe (Barnes et al., 2004). Medicines from plants are efficient in ...

Vaccination Studies for HIV
16th Dec 2019
Introduction: 1. Introduction The human lentiviral retrovirus, Human Immunodeficiency Virus-1 (HIV-1), is the etiological agent behind the global Acquired Immunodeficiency Disease (AIDS) epidemic. Since the AIDS e...

Cut Mark Form and Deterioration in Heat Damaged Bones
16th Dec 2019
Introduction: A R T I C L E   I N F O   A B S T R A C T Cut marks on bone contain useful characteristics which are able to aid in the identification of the tool used as well as method of administration. There...

Low Dose vs High-dose PPI Post-endoscopic Hemostasis
16th Dec 2019
Introduction: Abstract Aim: Present meta-analysis aims to evaluate studies of low dose vs high-dose PPI post-endoscopic hemostasis, additionally including the newly published RCTs and to conclude if low-dose PPI c...