Iron Deficiency Anemia and Learning Capacity in Children

The prevalence of iron deficiency (IDA), which reduces cognitive performance, work performance and durability, in developing and underdeveloped countries is high. Children represent one of the groups most affected for this disorder, leading to decreased cognitiveness, delayed development of psychomotors, changes in behaviour and physical development. Different studies have addressed the association between the IDA […]

Genetic Knowledge among Audiologist Related to Hearing Loss: A Recent Study

Hearing loss is hearing loss that could be caused by tumours, trauma, genetic factors, ageing, etc. In the absence of a positive family history for hearing losses, most of the genetic hearing losses are derived from an auto-recessive pattern. The main purpose and objective of this study are experimental studies on knowledge of genetic hearing […]

Disaster Preparedness: Insights from Characteristic Differences between Appalachian and Non-Appalachian Pediatric Emergency Networks

Presentation: Introduction Apart from the lack of emergency department and hospital surgery capabilities during disasters, living in the Appalachian region of the U.S. was associated with poorer paediatric health outcome. Object: In order to determine whether paediatric health networks in Appalachia are substantially different than those other in the United States that are focused on […]

Refining Bronfenbrenner’s Model to Develop and Promote the Nursing Specialist Role in Saudi Arabia

Nearly one quarter of children are diagnosed with asthma in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) and this is the third most common reason for admitted hospitals, representing a major challenge in public health. This article review is a chapter from the PhD thesis that identified Burawoy’s extended case method from the perspective of health […]

Foodborne Botulism, a Real Challenge for Infectious Disease Specialists

Background: If not diagnosed early and adequately treated, botulism is a fatal disease. Aim: This study aimed to assess the evolutionary and clinical patterns of botulism in foodstuffs. Materials and methods: Retrospectively analysed data from four cases of botulism. All positive diagnoses have been supported by the epidemiologic causes, clinical manifestations and specific bioassay results […]

A Case Report on Pseudo-Meigs Syndrome

Meigs syndrome is charakterised by hydrothorax and ascites that are resolved after the tumour is removed in the presence of solid benign ovarian tumours. Hydrothorax and pelvic tumour-related ascites other than those identified in Meigs syndrome are defined as pseudo-meigs syndroma. Diagnosed with meigs syndrome are the triad of ovarian fibroma, ascites and pleural outbreaks. […]

Role of Anti-Mullerian Hormone as a Predictor of Ovarian Function in Assisted Reproductive Techniques: An Advance Study

It is important to forecast the ovarian reserve and the performance of the ART cycle in order to prepare treatment schedules, prevent OHSS and advise the couple. The objective of this study is to confirm the exactness of AMH as a predictor of a woman’s potential fertility. The retrospective study uses the same protocols and […]

Study on the Effect of Different Application Techniques on Nanohybrid Composite Restorations Clinical Success

Dental composites have long been used as a restaurant. They are, however, limited. The impact on the clinical performance of Class I resin composite resin restructuring was assessed by these studies. This study was carried out in a total of 40 patients with split mouth design. In every patient, two composite resin restoration fillings were […]

How Ischemic Heart Diseases Mortality Depends on Solar Corpuscular Radiation: A Case from Bulgaria

Ischemic heart disease claims the lives of 20% of Bulgarians. A study was done to learn more about if and to what extent ischemia disease mortality in Bulgaria is linked to external factors, particularly corpuscular sun radiation. Materials and Methods: The Bulgarian National Statistical Institute provided data on ischemic heart disease mortality. The NOAA website […]

A Brief Review on Chronobiology and Chronotherapy of Hypertension

Hypertension affects more than 90% of all patients with cardiovascular disease (CVD) in the United States, and it is a major risk factor for end-organ injury, CVD, and mortality. Chronobiology, chronopharmacology, and chronotherapy in the management of hypertension have only been studied for a few decades. According to research conducted in the previous decade, our […]