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Causes of Stillbirth
11th Dec 2019
Introduction: Abstract: Feto-infant mortality is increasing worldwide. Stillbirth is defined as uterofetal death at 20 weeks of gestation or greater. Stillbirths contribute as a primary factor to the growing magnit...

Septic Shock Case Study: Causes and Effects
11th Dec 2019
Introduction: Introduction Septic Shock is a serious circulatory disorder often characterised by a whole- body inflammatory state and the systemic response to infection (Titheradge, 1998), with the most common caus...

Causes, Symptoms and Treatments of Anaemia
11th Dec 2019
Introduction: 1. Introduction Anaemia is a syndrome characterised by a lack of healthy red blood cells or haemoglobin deficiency in the red blood cells, resulting in inadequate oxygen supply to the tissues. The con...

Pathogenic Etiology of Atherosclerosis
11th Dec 2019
Introduction: Atherosclerosis Heart Coronary Special Topics in Pathophysiology Introduction to the Components of the Cardiovascular System: To understand the basis of this paper, the pathophysiology of atherosclero...

Haemoglobin-related Diseases Management Strategies
11th Dec 2019
Introduction: Abstract Haemoglobinopathies or inherited disorders of haemoglobin are the most common monogenic disorders in humans. Red cell transfusion is a well accepted therapy for clinical management of the mos...

Creatinine Clearance Test to Estimate Renal Function
11th Dec 2019
Introduction: Introduction: Kidney is a part of group of organs that constitute the urinary tract system which consists of two kidneys, two ureters, bladder and urethra. The kidneys do the major function of the uri...

Role of Elevated Levels of Homocysteine in Blood Plasma
11th Dec 2019
Introduction: Homocysteine, a non-protein amino acid, is an intermediate in the metabolism of methionine and biosynthesis of cysteine. It has gained prominence in the past half-century because its accumulation in t...

Ethical Questions in the Stem Cell Debate
11th Dec 2019
Introduction: The Stem Cell Debate: Ethical Questions The story for the year 1997 was the sacred. We fear a Promethean blunder. We fear that our own human hubris will violate something sacred in our nature; and we ...

Benefits Associated With The Prescription Of HRT
11th Dec 2019
Introduction: Benefits Associated With The Prescription Of HRT Methodology is described as the way to undertake and advance in the study. According to Sim and Wright (2000), methodology is the set of princip...

Benefits Women Have By Using HRT
11th Dec 2019
Introduction: Benefits Women Have By Using HRT This dissertation aims to highlight the benefits women have by using HRT despite the increased risk of breast cancer. Though there was considerable amount of li...

HRT And The Risk Of Breast Cancer
11th Dec 2019
Introduction: HRT And The Risk Of Breast Cancer Methodology is the set of principles of research that guides the researcher to decide the type of research method which would be most appropriate considering t...

Expression of PD-1 and its Ligands in Patients with MS
11th Dec 2019
Introduction: PD-1 PD-1 (Programmed cell death protein-1) is a member of the B7/CD28 family that was proposed to serve as a first-tier co-inhibitory receptor together with CTLA-4, playing an important role in main...

Central Nervous System Co-signaling Pathways
11th Dec 2019
Introduction: Introduction The central nervous system (CNS) constitutes a highly specialized environment where immune activation can be detrimental. Traditionally, it was believed that the CNS is immunologically p...

Treatments for Visual Field Loss in Glaucoma
11th Dec 2019
Introduction: Visual perception is considered to be the most significant and important sense for humans. The eyes gather approximately 80% of the total information that is transmitted to the brain from various sen...

Medicines Availability Application
11th Dec 2019
Introduction: Abstract   With the advancements in science, there are a multitude of medicines available in the world. For every new disease that arises, there is a new medicine created. However a layman cannot u...

Wound Healing in Immune-compromised Patients
11th Dec 2019
Introduction: There are many textbooks and research papers (Dougherty and Lister 2015, Dealey 2012 & Daeschlein 2013) that suggest wound healing in Immune-compromised patients takes longer and is more complex ...