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Thyroid Disease as a Professional Hazard

Workers in the fields of radiation oncology, radiology, cardiology, neurology, doctors, and other paramedical professionals run the danger of being exposed to radiation since the thyroid gland generates thyroid hormones that regulate the body’s metabolism. Hypothyroidism, thyroiditis, and auto-immune thyroid disease are among the thyroid conditions caused by radiation. Even in lengthy follow-up studies, cancer…
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June 25, 2022 0

Study about Job Satisfaction with Perceived Organizational Support and Quality of Care among Saudi Nurses

The current study aims to evaluate both direct and indirect relationships between nurses’ work satisfaction and perceived organisational support and their impact on the standard of healthcare in Saudi Arabia. The most significant aspect that directly affects the health-care sector is thought to be job satisfaction with the standard of care provided, since patient dissatisfaction…
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June 25, 2022 0

A Case Report of Pregnancy in Porphyria and It’s Complications

Like many rare illnesses, porphyrias and reproduction are poorly understood. There is a lack of knowledge on pregnancy problems in porphyria patients. The information we gather comes from handling certain instances. The case study that follows describes a rare instance of porphyria cutanea tarda in a 30-year-old female patient who arrived to the emergency room…
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Nurses’ Recognition and Care to Brain Dead Potential Organ Donors and their Families

Although the balance between organ donation and transplantation is out of balance everywhere, it is particularly notable in Japan. It was necessary to clarify nurses’ recognition in organ transplantation and required treatment, especially since brain death organ donation is rare. In order to increase the quality of care, this study set out to define the…
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Association of Epstein – Barr virus with Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma and Oral Potentially Malignant Disorders

The cause of oral squamous cell carcinoma (OSCC) varies. Two etiological factors that may interfere with the physiological mechanisms that regulate cellular proliferation include a genetic predisposition or the presence of oncogenic viruses. The purpose of the study was to ascertain if the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) is associated with oral squamous cell carcinoma and other…
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Evaluating the Association of TORCH Infection with Bad Obstetric History among Pregnant Women in India

Congenital infections are those that can spread from the mother to the foetus in gestation and have major consequences for the developing foetus. These illnesses are referred to as TORCH infections because they involve toxoplasma, rubella, cytomegalovirus, and types 1 and 2 of the herpes simplex virus. Early prenatal diagnosis and appropriate care help avoid…
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A Comparative Analysis of the Indian Strategy of Lowering COVID-19 Transmission

In response to the rapidly spreading coronavirus illness 2019 (COVID-19) in the United States, Spain, and Europe, nations are implementing national lockdown plans and limiting international travel. The techniques used in India appear to be more effective at preventing the disease from spreading within the population. Our statistical analysis was based on publicly accessible information…
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June 25, 2022 0

Blockchain for Vaccine Supply Chain: Challenges and Resilient Solution Strategies Facing Covid-19

A Covid-19 Current economic trends and personal routines have been altered by the pandemic problem. For practitioners and scholars in supply chain and logistics, this disruptive event poses a significant challenge. Weaknesses throughout the whole supply chain, from purchase to delivery, have been brought to light by the present health crisis. Every link in the…
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A Pictorial Review on Acute Pancreatitis: Definitions and Diagnosis

The goal of the current study is to assess the early pancreatic fluid collections seen on MRI after acute pancreatitis. The pancreas, peripancreatic tissues, and other distant organs are frequently affected by the common inflammatory illness known as acute pancreatitis. According to the revised Atlanta categorization from 2012, acute pancreatitis can be mild, moderately severe,…
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Drug Misuse, Consequences and Some Preventive Strategies

Introduction: Drug abuse and its associated repercussions are now a global problem that affects many countries and worries both governments and the general populace. These societal problems include gangsterism, rape, prostitution, kidnapping, armed robbery, assault, and assassinations. The non-therapeutic (licit/legal) drugs like caffeine, tobacco/nicotine, or alcohol, as well as OTC drugs, prescription drugs, and illicit/illegal…
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