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Determination of Hyperuricaemia and Other Correlates of Kidney Impairment in Caribbean Patients with Chronic Noncommunicable Diseases

Background: Hyperuricaemia is a risk factor for renal function deterioration that becomes more common as the estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) stage proceeds. The study’s goal is to talk about hyperuricemia and its consequences in patients with chronic noncommunicable diseases in a developing economy. This retrospective study, which took place between January 2014 and December…
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Study on Pattern and Prevalence of Dyslipidemia and Other Cardiovascular Risk Factors among the Various Ethnic Groups of Trinidad and Tobago

Background: Dyslipidemia is a crucial component of the metabolic syndrome and has long been linked to the development of issues such as cardiovascular disease (CVD). In addition, there have been reports of differences in the pattern of lipid derangements, particularly between people of African heritage and their South Asian counterparts. The goal of this study…
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Public Health Survey Fieldwork Research in Resource Limited Settings: Reflections from Uganda and Zimbabwe

Globally, routine data collection is required for the formulation of public health policy in order to offer evidence for public health interventions. As a result, several public health studies have been done in many parts of the world, particularly Sub-Saharan Africa, to track public health outcomes, progress, and give evidence for health policy change. Despite…
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Health Determinants on Sustainable Alternative Primary Prevention against COVID-19 and Dead Uptakes as Cadavers’ Distinct Medical Educational Tools in Western Kenya

Quality uptake of Non Pharmaceutical Interventions (NPIs), such as regular hygiene and sanitation, keeping social distance, and proper uptake of face masks, is determined by health determinants on sustainable alternative medicine and primary prevention against coronavirus disease 2019, (COVID, 19), which has no cure. 100oC (alternative medicine) COVID 19 steaming cycles in fermented green tea…
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Aesthetic and Clinical Parameters for Immediate Implant Placement

The goal of this project is to conduct a literature study and offer a case report on the use of autograft in immediate implant temporization in the aesthetic area. As technology, science, and industry have progressed, the breadth of implant-based rehabilitation has reduced. As the need for aesthetic perfection rises, this procedure, known as implant…
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Determination of Health Research Conducting Quality Perceptions of Medical Postgraduate Trainees

Background: In medical institutions, health researchers are confronted with existing barriers to health research during the conduct process, which may have an impact on the quality of health research conducted by medical trainees. The majority of health researchers are unaware of the advantages of existing impediments to high-quality health research at various public-sector medical universities.…
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Health Status and Nutritional Awareness of College Students during COVID 19 Lockdown

Background: A healthy immune system necessitates proper diet. To contain the spread of COVID-19, precautionary measures such as self-quarantine and the temporary closure of teaching institutions may have an impact on regular living styles and nutrition practises. The purpose of this study was to determine the BMI status and nutrition knowledge of nursing college students…
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Deep Learning from the Covid-19 Pandemic

The great human misery and loss of life caused by the Covid-19 pandemic around the world prompts humans to learn some important lessons from this pandemic and other pandemics/epidemics throughout history. Despite the fact that Covid-19 vaccines are being developed at a rapid pace and that an increasing number of people are being vaccinated, the…
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Determining the Electocardiographic Changes in Acute Cerebrovascular Accidents-a Tertiary Centre Experience in South India

Introduction: Cerebrovascular accidents cause major morbidity and death in adults, as well as serious medical, economical, and rehabilitation problems. In the presence of neurological illness, electrocardiographic abnormalities have been documented. The current research is an observational study aimed at determining the link between cerebrovascular accident and ECG. The researchers wanted to know how common ECG…
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A Novelty Concept on Surrogacy in North Macedonia

Surrogacy has been practised since the dawn of mankind. Traditional and gestational surrogacy are two types of surrogacy that differ depending on how an embryo is created. There are two forms of surrogacy when it comes to monetary compensation: altruistic and commercialised. Many questions arise, such as: Is altruistic surrogacy a humane gesture for all…
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