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Cardiac nursing

Cardiac nursing could be a nursing specialty that works with patients who are suffering from numerous conditions of the circulatory system. Viscos nurses facilitate treat conditions like unstable angina, heart disease, artery sickness, symptom failure, myocardial infarct and viscos dysrhythmia underneath the direction of a specialist. Viscos nurses perform operative care on a surgical unit, check evaluations, viscos watching, vascular watching, and health assessments. Viscos nurses should have Basic Life Support and Advanced viscos Life Support certification. Additionally, viscos nurses should possess specialized skills as well as EKG watching, medical aid, and medicine administration by continuous trickle. Viscos nurses add many various environments, as well as coronary care units (CCU), viscos catheterization, medical aid units (ICU), in operation theatres, viscos rehabilitation centers, clinical analysis, viscos surgery wards, vessel medical aid units (CVICU), and viscos medical war

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Health care

Health care or tending is that the maintenance or improvement of health via the bar, diagnosis, and treatment of illness, illness, injury, and different physical and mental impairments in kith and kin. Tending is delivered by health professionals (providers or practitioners) in allied health fields. Dentistry, Midwifery, Nursing, Medicine, Optometry, Audiology, Pharmacy, Psychology, Physical therapy, physiatrist and different health professions are all a part of tending. It includes work drained providing medical aid, secondary care, and tertiary care, likewise as publicly health. Access to health care might vary across countries, communities, and people, mostly influenced by social and economic conditions likewise because the health policies in situ. Countries and jurisdictions have totally different policies and plans in regard to the non-public and population-based health care goals among their societies. Tending systems are organizations established to satisfy the health desires of

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Nursing care

by DynaJolly23 days ago

Nursing care is a study which deals with the healthcare of the patients. Nurses approaches differently to different patients according to their health, in order to treat the illness and maintain the good health. Nursing is quite distinct from other health cares and it is present in all over the world. The role of nurse is to treat the disease with good medication and taking care of the patient. The nurses mainly take special care on aspects like vaccination programme and specific treatment practices, personal and community hygiene. Nursing includes the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and the care of ill, disabled and dying people. Advocacy, promotion of a safe environment, research, participation in shaping health policy and in patient and health systems management, and education are also key nursing roles. Nursing care for individuals of all the ages who are healthy and ill in a comprehensive manner based on the individual’s emotional, intellectual, physical, spiritual and

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Novel Phytochemical Constituents Identified from the Seeds of Mesua Ferrea Land

Novel phytochemical constituents were isolated from the hexane extract of Mesua Ferrea L. seeds by using n-hexane. The two new compounds were identified by spectral (IR, 1H NMR, 13C NMR spectra, mass spectrum, elemental analysis) and chemical analysis. The compounds identified are 5-formyl-2-(propan-2-yl) phenyl acetate and 2, 4-diformyl-6-(propan-2-yl) phenyl acetate. Anticancer activities were assessed for the isolated compounds and have shown variable activity. These novel compounds are being reported for the first time.

Pharmacovigilance and Pharmacoepidemiology Journal offer a stage in Pharmacoepidemiology Researches and related subjects. Journal accepts leading forefront original research papers, review manuscripts, case reports and commentary in the field. Our target audience, readers and contributors are worldwide. Pharmacoepidemiology Researches invites an article to publish in the Journal of Pharmacovigilance and Pharmacoepidemiology. Pharmacovigilance and Pharmacoepidemiolo

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Preclinical Toxicity Studies-Tool of Drug Discovery

As per WHO “Drug is any substance or product that is used or is intended to be used to modify or explore physiological systems or pathological states for the benefit of the recipient”. Hence the prime objective of using any substance as a drug is that it must be beneficial for the humans. A large number of compounds are synthesized every year but they cannot be directly used in humans as drugs because no one knows or can predict the possible harmful effects of these compounds in humans. That is why to explore the complete pharmacological profile of these compounds and to ensure complete human safety they are first tested on animals before clinical use. Preclinical Studies thus can be defined as “Testing the newly discovered compound in animals with the objective of gaining information regarding the various aspects of the compound with respect to the biological systems so that the same can be extrapolated for the use of that compound in humans”. As the evaluation progresses undesirable

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Variable Responses to Vitamin-D Dosing

Vitamin D deficiency is recognized as a global public health problem, with deficiency states reported from various countries. Acting as a Pro- Hormone; this is a unique endogenously synthesized vitamin. Besides its pivotal role in calcium homeostasis and bone mineral metabolism, the vitamin-D endocrine system is now recognized to sub-serve a wide range of fundamental biological functions in cell differentiation, inhibition of cell growth, and immunomodulation. Vitamin-D deficiency affects not only musculoskeletal health but also a wide range of acute and chronic disease. The metabolic product of vitamin-D is a potent, pleiotropic, repair and maintenance; secosteroid hormone that targets more than 200 human genes in a wide variety of tissues, meaning it has as many mechanisms of action on genes it targets. Two related sterol compounds viz. Cholecalciferol [Vitamin-D3] and Ergocalciferol [Vitamin-D2] are grouped as ‘Vitamin-D’. Cholecalciferol is of animal origin and the other Ergocalcif

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D-Cell Hypothesis (Trace Amine Hypothesis) of Schizophrenia

Mesolimbic dopamine (DA) hyperactivity is a well-known pathophysiological hypothesis of schizophrenia. The author shows a hypothesis to clarify the molecular basis of mesolimbic DA hyperactivity of schizophrenia. An immunohistochemical method was used to show D-neuron (trace amine (TA) neuron) decrease in the nucleus accumbens (Acc) of postmortem brains with schizophrenia. The striatal D-neuron decrease in schizophrenia and consequent (TAAR1) stimulation decrease onto terminals of midbrain ventral tegmental area (VTA) DA neurons induces mesolimbic DA hyperactivity of schizophrenia. Dysfunction of sub ventricular neural stem cells (NSC), located partially overlapping Acc is the cause of D-neuron decrease in Acc. DA hyperactivity, which inhibits NSC proliferation, causes disease progression of schizophrenia. The highlight is the rational that the “D-cell hypothesis (TA hypothesis) of schizophrenia” is a pivotal theory to link NSC dysfunction hypothesis to DA hypothesis. From a therapeuti

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Factors affecting Mortality Rate of Infants

A gradual decrease of the mortality rate of infants and under five in the Philippines was recorded from 1996 to 2013. However, this sign of progress still requires additional efforts to achieve the Millennium Development Goal of reducing the risk. This paper attempts to test empirically the different factors affecting mortality rate of infants and under five in the Philippines, an indicator in gauging health security using a time series data (1996-2013). This will serve as a basis in crafting policies that will critically and efficiently reduce the number of deaths. The average mortality rate of infants and under five was selected as the endogenous variable, Gross Domestic Product per capita and out of the pocket health expenditure were treated as the exogenous variable. Health expenditure total percentage of Gross Domestic Product and average percentage of immunization were the mediating variables. Using structural equation modeling, all these variables were tested for possible comple

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The Three C’s of Effective Online Instruction

Edelweiss Publications invite you submit your scientific work towards Nursing Care Journal. Although much focus is given to the technological and instructional delivery aspects of  online  learning,  there  is  also  much  research  available  that  indicates  that  online learners perceive instructional effectiveness in the online classroom based on cognitive and social aspects more so than the mechanisms for delivery of content. The perception that online learners do not crave a socially intimate and cognitively meaningful learning experience is false, and often these aspects contribute the greatest to the student’s overall satisfaction with the online learning experience. Behaviors and actions that can be modeled and implemented quite easily in any online course that will significantly increase the effectiveness of online instruction are those that develop and promote communication, connectivity, and compassion. In fact, the Institute for Higher Education Policy’s 2000 report of ben

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Overcoming oral cancer menace

by DynaJolly1 month ago

Oral cancer is the eighth most common cancer in the world among men and the 14th among women, accounting for nearly 3 per cent of all cancer cases worldwide. Despite better understanding of the disease process and numerous advances in treatment, the 5-year survival rate of oral cancer has remained approximately 50 per cent. Deaths associated with oral cancer are particularly high because this cancer is all too frequently diagnosed late in its development. Discovery at these later stages not only increases the probability of metastasis, but also give time to the primary tumor to invade more deeply into surrounding structures. A solution to this problem is be to enhance the knowledge and clinical skills of oral health care professionals in order to detect oral potentially malignant disorders (OPMDs) and/or oral cancers at their earliest disease process. This can be achieved by increasing public knowledge and awareness about the significance of standard oral cancer screening as well as op

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