Volume - 1 | Issue - 1
Released on 31 July 2020
A New Scientific Journal, Entitled Annals of Biomedical Studies - Editorial Letter
Luisa Maria Arvide Cambra, Department of Philology, University of Almeria, Almería, Spain.
A new scientific journal, entitled Annals of Biomedical Studies, has emerged from Apertus Co. that promises to meet important objectives in diverse biomedical fields, such as Microbiology, Immunology, Cell Biology and Genetics Studies, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Metabolic Biochemistry, Statistical Design and Analysis, Pharmacology and Toxicology, Neurodegenerative disease, and Cancer.
COVID-19: Prevention is the Preferred Strategy - Editorial Letter
M Tanveer Hossain Parash, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia.
Almost 9 million people have been diagnosed as confirmed cases of COVID-19, and nearly half a million succumbed to death due to COVID-19 globally until 23 June 2020. The first case of this recent pandemic was identified in early December 2019 in the capital of the Hubei province of China, i.e., Wuhan. Till to-date, there is no effective treatment for this highly contagious "novel enveloped RNA betacoronavirus infection".
Nursing in Covid-19 Era - Editorial Letter
Maria Kapritsou Maria, RN, BSN, MSc, MHM(c), PhD, Postdoc*, Hellenic Anticancer Institute, "Saint Savvas" Hospital, Day Care Surgery N. Kourkoulos, Athens, Greece.
A new Globally, healthcare systems have faced the worst pandemic of the modern culture. Covid-19 pandemic challenged these systems and their health workers, unprecedentedly. Healthcare systems were under pressure, stretching to their limits and increasing health employees’ stress and anxiety levels. Healthcare employees’ -on the front line of Covid-19 - physical and mental well-being have been influenced.
Meningioma or Masquerade - Case Report
Anubhav Chauhan , Pankaj Thakur, Deepak Sharma and Anchit Wapa
A forty-year old male presented with gradual, painless, progressive blurring of vision in his left eyes for the past four months. Old records brought by the patient showed that he was currently on topical steroids and cyclopedias for bilateral anterior non granulomatous uveitis. Examination revealed a pale optic disc with blurred margin in both the eyes. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) of his brain revealed a meningioma.
The Effect of Gadolinium Chloride as Kupffer Cell Inhibitor on Cytokines Storm Induction by Diethylnitrosamine Induced Liver Tumor in BALB/c Mice - Research Article
Mahmoud M. Elalfy, Mona G. Elhadidy, Amer Abbass, Gad Abdelaziz, Fayza Elmombawy
A Liver organ is rich with immune system cells and other cells not belonging to the immune system that have immunological functions. Kupffer cells are the hepatic tissue macrophages and play an important role in the immune mechanisms of the liver. However, their role in liver cancer remains controversial. In the present study we tested effect of gadolinium chloride (GdCl3) at dose of 10 mg/kg 3 times per week for 2 weeks as Kupffer cell function inhibition and on progression of liver injury induced by diethyl-nitrosamine (DEN).
Evaluation of the Oral Health of People Living with HIV in Kinshasa: Case of Saint Joseph Hospital (SJH) - Research Article
Erick Ntambwe Kamangu*, Chancelvie Mpanga Nongo, Ben Ilunga Bulanda, Berry Ikolango Bongenya, Florent Baukaka Songo, Jacques Ileboso Bolenge, Mariano Manzo Lusakibanza*
Background: Around the world, some stomatological manifestations are reported as conditions associated with HIV infection. These manifestations can be fungal, viral, bacterial, tumoral or even nonspecific mouth ulcers. These lesions are often early signs of uncontrolled HIV infection in both developed and developing countries.