Use of Microbes

Image Medically indispensable   Microorganisms have a bad reputation. People think they’re bad for our health. When they think of microorganisms, many people think first about fungal infections, cavities, and illnesses like flu, or worse: AIDS and Ebola. But the number of harmful types doesn’t even come close to the number of harmless ones, or the ones that actually support our health.   Thanks to microorganisms, we have antibiotic... Read More

Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Therapeutics- An Unique Submission System

Image Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Therapeutics is committed to dispersing unique and top-level original research articles, letters, perspectives, opinions, commentaries, case reports, reviews, letter to editor, editorials, and short communications etc. in every aspect of cardiovascular medicine. Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Therapeutics is using online Review and Editorial Manager System for quality review process of allied academies. Editorial Manager System is an online submission and review system, where authors can submit manuscripts and track their progress. Re... Read More

Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Therapeutics- Manuscript Invitation for Volume 4 Issue 2

Image Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Therapeutics is committed to dispersing unique and top-level original research articles, letters, perspectives, opinions, commentaries, case reports, reviews, letter to editor, editorials, and short communications etc. in every aspect of cardiovascular medicine. The segment Cardiovascular Therapeutics is additionally concerned with the identification and validation of biomarkers to either help drug improvement, or permit a stratified medicine approach in patients. Biomarkers may identify with physiological measures,heredity qualities, or any ... Read More

Coding properties in invertebrate sensory systems

Image Invertebrates, as all other animals, rely on sensory input from their biotic and abiotic environment for survival and reproduction. Depending on the importance of a signal for a given species, accuracy of sensory coding might vary from pure detection up to precise coding of intensity, quality and temporal features of the signal. Investing energy in highly sophisticated sense organs and related central nervous processing areas can be of utmost importance in a complex environment and in animals using advanced communication systems. Peripheral and central sensory systems have therefore develop... Read More

Sentience, Pain, and Anesthesia in Advanced Invertebrates

Image Cephalopod mollusks and decapod crustaceans are believed to the most developed and intelligent invertebrates and may be sentient animals. They are legally protected by a number of national and trans-national organizations, such as the European Union. In the proposed research topic we would start by attempting to define sentience/consciousness, probably in relation to what we understand in marine vertebrates, which may be very different from that in land-based forms. Given that many mollusks, including cephalopods, and crustaceans are model animals in neuroscience and species of in... Read More

Mechanisms and New Targets for the Treatment of Chronic Pain

Image Acute pain has a physiological protective role in preventing tissue damage. However, pain can become chronic due to a multitude of pathophysiological states, such as: trauma, inflammation, neural injury, viral infection, cancer, autoimmune diseases and vascular and metabolic disorders. These pathological states can trigger alterations of the pain pathways that can lead to hypersensitivity, and in such circumstances, pain loses its protective role and instead, becomes persistent and debilitating affecting seriously to the quality of life of patients. Chronic pain is one of the most im... Read More

Cytokine Levels in Neural Pain in Leprosy

Image Pain is a frequent symptom in leprosy patients. It may be predominantly nociceptive, as in neuritis, or neuropathic, due to injury or nerve dysfunction. The differential diagnosis of these two forms of pain is a challenge in clinical practice, especially because it is quite common for a patient to suffer from both types of pain. A better understanding of cytokine profile may serve as a tool in assessing patients and  also help to comprehend pathophysiology of leprosy pain. Patients with leprosy and neural pain (n = 22), neuropathic pain (n = 18), neuritis (nociceptive pain) (n = 4), or... Read More

Pain perception in people with Down syndrome: a synthesis of clinical and experimental research

Image People with an intellectual disability experience both acute and chronic pain with at least the same frequency as the general population. However, considerably less is known about the pain perception of people with Down syndrome. In this review paper, we evaluated the available clinical and experimental evidence. Some experimental studies of acute pain have indicated that pain threshold was higher than normal but only when using a reaction time method to measure pain sensitivity. However, when reaction time is not part of the calculation of the pain threshold, pain sensitivity in people wit... Read More

Can Increase In Temperature Kill COVID-19?

Image Can Increase In Temperature Kill COVID-19? Currently the most chronic disease Coronavirus can stay active for 8-10 days on dry surfaces and while it survives in the human body at 37 degree Celsius, they are heat labile like all viruses and are deactivated or destroyed when subjected to heat. The exact threshold temperature to deactivate COVID-19 is still unknown. Coronavirus: COVID-19 virus has now spread across over 110 countries with no known vaccine or cure. There has been a conjecture that increased temperature can kill the virus and... Read More

Two new developments have taken place since the last briefing in Abuja on the coronavirus situation in Nigeria

Image   The first is that a team of researchers from various institutions in Nigeria, including scientists from the Centre for Human and Zoology Virology in LUTH, African Centre for Genomics of Infectious Diseases in Redeemers University and the Nigeria Institute of Medical Research (NIMR) Lagos, combined their efforts to successfully perform the genome sequencing of the coronavirus strain that the index case brought to Nigeria and proved it to be a match with the virus circulating in Italy and Wuhan. This was coordinated by the Lagos State Ministry of Health and NCDC. It is the fi... Read More

“Call for Papers on Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine & Therapeutics”

Image Being a Managing Editor to Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Therapeutics, I would like to take this opportunity to introduce one of our peer viewed journal which is dedicated to is committed to dispersing unique and top-level original research articles, letters, perspectives, opinions, commentaries, case reports, reviews, letter to editor, editorials, and short communications etc. in every aspect of ... Read More

Medical Device Connectivity Market Consumption Sales By Type, Product Specifications, Market Research Methodology, Market Forecast To 2023

Image Medical Device Connectivity Market Consumption Sales By Type, Product Specifications, Market Research Methodology, Market Forecast To 2023 Global Medical Device Connectivity Market Report 2019 – Market Size, Share, Price, Trend and Forecast is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global Medical Device Connectivity industry. The report also covers segment data, including: type segment, industry segment, channel segment etc. cover different segment market size, both volume and value. Also cover different industries clients in... Read More

Blood Groups in Companion Animals

Image Transfusions in companion animals such as dogs, cats and horses are frequently done in veterinary medicine as life-saving procedures and as part of the treatment protocol of many hematological, coagulation, and immunological disorders. Companion animals have many blood groups and blood types and some blood typing tests are available for their determination. However, many other blood types are suspected to exist and methods for typing are not always readily available. Studies on new blood type and cross matching methods and on epidemiology of blood groups could improve knowledge of... Read More

Nociceptive System

Image Impacts that threaten or indeed compromise the integrity of tissues trigger the development of a defence response, which through the activity of the nociceptive system includes pain. If the noxious impact does not induce tissue damage, the pain, called “nociceptive” pain, ceases within seconds after the impact is withdrawn. In contrast, if tissue damage does occur, a pain experience that usually persists until the injury is resolved and includes two major pathological sensory experiences, hypersensitivity to heat stimuli (i.e. heat hyperalgesia) and/or hypersensitivity to mechan... Read More

Neuroautoimmunity

Image For a long time, resident innate immune cells in central and peripheral nervous system, such as macrophages/microglia and mast-cells, have been considered as contributing players in peripheral neurodegeneration. New evidence seems to indicate that this view represented an underestimation of the role of inflammation in the nervous system, attributing to neuroinflammation a critical role of primary driver in peripheral neuropathies and pain. This is the case for autoimmune neuropathies (i.e. Guillain–Barré syndromes), diabetic neuropathy or traumatic nerve injury. Since neuropath... Read More

Research on Marine Megafauna

Image Marine megafauna are iconic and charismatic. The threatened or endangered status of many species, the great economic importance of some taxa and their frequent role as keystone species in ecosystems has resulted in many becoming flagships for research by both professional and citizen scientists. The body size and mobility of marine megafauna means that their populations tend to be spread across wide ranges, multiple management jurisdictions and national boundaries. In contrast, research efforts are often compartmentalized, separated by both geography and approach. These barriers t... Read More

Biology and Evolutionary History of Mesosaurs, the Oldest Known Aquatic Reptiles

Image Mesosaurs are among the most amazing extinct animals; they are the oldest known reptiles that developed aquatic adaptations, although how terrestrial their ancestors had become remains to be established; they are the only known vertebrates from Gondwana at the Early Permian and they are represented by thousands of well preserved and almost complete skeletons. Mesosaurs were capable of inhabiting cold and salty water bodies resulting from the drought of an originally large inland sea that extended over what is now South America and Africa. So far, mesosaurs are the only tetrapods k... Read More

Exercise and Sports Medicine

Image Exercise and Sports Medicine Exercise is significant to health and well-being. The introduction of exercise and physical activity into daily life promotes health, fitness, strength, endurance, performance, and quality of life. I would like to know your interest and time in submitting an article for the upcoming issue of 2020. You may submit your papers as an attachment to this email or online at: https://www.scholarscentral.org/submission/allied-medical-research.html. How we work: After submis... Read More

Microbiology of Dental Caries

Image Microbiology of Dental Caries Dental caries can be defined as a localised and chemical loss of the tooth structure caused by the metabolic activity of dental biofilm that covers the tooth surface. This loss is reversible, especially in its early stages. The final outcome of dental caries is determined by multiple factors such as saliva, exposure to fluoride, and sugar dietary consumptions, which influence the dynamic balance between the demineralisation and remineralisation processes. Dental caries can be developed in any part of the tooth surface: enamel, dentine or cementum. How... Read More

“Bless Your Heart. Live Smart.”

Image ​​ Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Therapeutics is a monthly Open Access Publication. It publishes original research articles, epidemiological studies, new methodological clinical approaches, case reports, design and goals of clinical trials, review articles, points of view, editorials and Images in cardiovascular medicine.   Submitted articles undergo a preliminary review by the editor. Articles being considered for publication will undergo further assessment and peer-review by the editors and those invited to do so from a reviewer pool. ​ Th... Read More

Network meta-analysis of the effectiveness of various drugs in preventing allergic hypersensitivity in patients after anesthesia

Image Network meta-analysis of the effectiveness of various drugs in preventing allergic hypersensitivity in patients after anesthesia Objective: To explore the effect of different drugs on postoperative hyperalgesia in general anesthesia patients. Methods: A randomized controlled trial was conducted to detect the hyperalgesia of patients with general anesthesia from PubMed, Embase, Medline, CNKI and Wanfang databases. The visual analogue scale (VAS) assessment of hyperalgesia patients after anesthesia was extracted as well as... Read More

Nicotine replacement therapy and varenicline: A cohort study in low-income region (Monastir, Tunisia).

Image Nicotine replacement therapy and varenicline: A cohort study in low-income region (Monastir, Tunisia).  Background: Among motivated Smokers, cessation can be performed by Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT), or by Varenicline (VAR). We aimed at determining quit rates among two cohorts, treated by NRT or VAR and, at identifying factors associated to quit and relapse delays. Methods: We carried out a prospective cohort study at the smoking cessation center of the University Hospital of Monastir, in Tunisia from April 2009 to January 2012. Results: 1042 active sm... Read More

Submission Open: Journal of Clinical Nephrology and Therapeutics

Image Journal of Clinical Nephrology and Therapeutics publishes the manuscripts that are directly or indirectly based on variegated aspects of clinical nephrology, diabetic nephropathy, pediatric nephrology, renal physiology, renal histopathology, immunobiology, intensive care nephrology, and ischemic nephropathy. Journal of Clinical Nephrology and Therapeutics publishes the manuscripts that are directly or indirectly based on variegated aspects of clinical nephrology, diabetic nephropathy, pediatric nephrology, renal physiology, renal histopathology, immunobiology, intensive care ... Read More

KCa3.1 as a Novel Therapeutic Target for Diabetic Nephropathy

Image Diabetic nephropathy (DN), a devastating complication of diabetes mellitus, is a worldwide health, societal and economic problem. Tubulointersitial fibrosis has been shown to be the final common pathological consequence of almost all forms of chronic progressive renal disease, including diabetic nephropathy. Numerous pathways have been identified in the pathogenesis of this disease, but clinical strategies based on these pathways for the management of diabetic nephropathy remain unsatisfactory, as the number of diabetic patients with nephropathy continues to increase. New treatment modaliti... Read More

Recent trends in Biochemistry and Biotechnology

Image ADF Recent scientific era has witnessed a tremendous progression in the field of medical sciences due to development in allied fields of biotechnology and biochemistry. New techniques are constantly being introduced leading to the production of remarkable and medicinally valuable molecules, to alter hereditary traits of plants and animals, for diagnosis of various diseases and finally finding novel ways to cure them. The advancement made in the field of biotechnology has resulted in the development of a new class of potential drugs. It also helps in cloning and expression of various prophyl... Read More

Inhibition of LIM Kinase Inhibits Cancer Growth

Image The LIM kinase family of serine protein kinases contains two members, LIM kinase 1 (LIMK1) and LIM kinase 2 (LIMK2). LIMK1 was first isolated from olfactory epithelial cell lines, and LIMK2 from a rat cDNA library using human LIMK1 cDNA as a probe. LIMK1 and 2 are structurally similar and share 50% amino acid homology, human and mouse LIMK1 share 95% amino acid homology. The amino terminus of LIMK contains two double zinc finger LIM domains, followed by a PDZ domain. Both domains are involved in protein-protein interaction. The C-terminus end of the molecule contains the catalytic active ki... Read More

Supportive and Innovative Hands to Improve advancement’s in Cardiovascular Medicines

Image On behalf of the Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Therapeutics, as Editor-in-Chief, it is my distinct honour and privilege to inform you that, it’s been ten long years we have started the Journal, now and we are privileged to welcome Analytical Society to our journal. As Editor-In-Chief it is my great pleasure and honour to welcome you to the Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Therapeutics. ... Read More

Innovative Hands to Improve advancement’s in Cardiovascular Medicines

Image On behalf of the Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Therapeutics, as Editor-in-Chief, it is my distinct honour and privilege to inform you that, it’s been ten long years we have started the Journal, now and we are privileged to welcome Analytical Society to our journal. As Editor-In-Chief it is my great pleasure and honour to welcome you to the Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Therapeutics. ... Read More

Predictors of Intradialytic Hypertension in Chronic End Stage Renal Dialysis

Image Patients on chronic maintenance dialysis have an alarmingly high mortality of approximately 15-20%. This rate is mainly due to cardiovascular comorbidity and, secondarily in part to the increasing prevalence of changes in blood pressure. These blood pressure changes are the most common complications that occur in these patients, most commonly hypotension, with Intradialytic Hypertension (IDH) occurring second. This single center, hospital based prospective observational cohort, research study investigated on (a) the prevalence of IDH and (b) determine the demographic, clinical profile and m... Read More

Gastrorenal Axis in the Control of Body Sodium Homeostasis

Image Organ to organ communication is important in the maintenance of normal fluid and electrolyte balance and blood pressure (BP). The gastrointestinal tract and the kidney are major organs involved in this process. Neural mechanisms and gut hormones mediate the natriuretic of an oral sodium load. The flow of sodium into the sodium channels of the stomach antrum activates a sequence of events, leading to G-cell-mediated increase in gastrin secretion and its release into the circulation. Of all the gut hormones circulating in the plasma, gastrin is the one that is reabsorbed to the greatest exten... Read More

Pregnancy among Women undergoing Chronic Hemodialysis

Image The pregnancy is told as a rare event among End-stage Renal Disease (ESRD) women undergoing chronic Hemodialysis (HD). This is mainly due to ESRD to be considered per se as a powerful method of contraception and sexual dysfunction is higher in women undergoing HD likely as a result of the cumulative effects of depression, fatigue, altered body image, medication side effects, and premature menopause, and the gestation in these women is frequently associated with poor fetal outcomes. However, in the last years the number of gestations among patients undergoing HD is increasing exponentially a... Read More

To Collaborate Scientific Professionals around the World- Cardiology

Image Cardiology is an important muscular organ in humans and other animals, pumps blood through the vessels of the circulatory system. In medicine, a case report is a detailed report of symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of an individual patient. Heart case report may contain a demographic profile of patient but usually describe an unusual or novel occurrence. Different case report can be done such as case reports on cardiac arrest and disea... Read More

Assessment of drug discontinuation among adult patients who are taking antiretroviral treatment at Yeka Sub-City Woreda 9 and 10 health centers Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Image Assessment of drug discontinuation among adult patients who are taking antiretroviral treatment at Yeka Sub-City Woreda 9 and 10 health centers Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Background:  Antiretroviral  therapy  has  led  to  a  substantial  reduction  in  HIV-associated  morbidity and  mortality.  Efficacy  of  antiretroviral  treatment  in  HIV/AIDS  is  showing  inhibition  of  viral replication and reduction of viral load to a point where... Read More

Chronic Pulmonary Obstructive Disease

Image Chronic Pulmonary Obstructive Disease The chronic obstructive pulmonary disease remains to be a vital cause of morbidity and mortality in the world. It is a worldwide health problem, with cigarette smoking being a significant risk factor commonly; other causes, such as exposure to outdoor and indoor air pollution, work-related risks, and infections, are moreover important. It is a major public health problem which probable to rank fifth in 2020 as a global disease problem according to a study published by the World Bank/World Health Organization. In this review, t... Read More

Ophthalmology Case Reports: Open Access

Image Ophthalmology Case Reports is scheduled to celebrate its 4th anniversary in the year 2020. The journal is devoted to convey and spread to its researchers around the world, the latest knowledge in the field of Ophthalmology.  It is an open-access journal that caters reliable information for clinical Ophthalmologists, and others in the form of original articles, review articles, case reports, short communications, etc. and might want to disperse information through high impact articles in ophthalmology. The Journal offers this unique opportunity of greater flexibilit... Read More

New Era in Diagnosis of Kidney Disorders Via NGS

Image Next-generation sequencing (NGS) or high-throughput DNA sequencing is a DNA sequencing technology that has revolutionized genomic survey. It has a remarkable impact on the clinical practice and diagnosis of genetic disorders through the sequencing of the entire human genome including all coding genes. The speed and high-throughput of NGS enable clinicians to focus on the diagnosis of genetic disorders at a rate never before possible. However, currently, there are some challenges in the application of this valuable technology such as the complexity of data analysis and interpretation. ... Read More

Bilateral Obstructive Uropathy

Image Journal of Clinical Nephrology and Therapeutics publishes the manuscripts that are directly or indirectly based on variegated aspects of clinical nephrology, diabetic nephropathy, pediatric nephrology, renal physiology, renal histopathology, immunobiology, intensive care nephrology, and ischemic nephropathy. Treatment of obstructive uropathy is a common urological referral. The two treatment options are nephrostomy tube or ureteric stent insertion. Both are equally effective at providing collec... Read More

Invitro Fertilization in Infertile Patients with Endometrial Cancer

Image To assess the effectiveness of intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) or in vitro fertilization (IVF) and embryo transfer (IVF-ET) in infertile patients with early-stage endometrial cancer (EC) or atypical endometrial hyperplasia (AEH). Patients with well-differentiated, early-stage EC or AEH who achieved complete reversion of the endometrium after conservative treatment and who underwent IVF-ET between January 2012 and December 2015 were collected. The fertilization rate, implantation rate, pregnancy rate, and AEH/EC recurrence rate were measured. A total of 31 patient... Read More

Cardio-Nephrology

Image Journal of Clinical Nephrology and Therapeutics publishes the manuscripts that are directly or indirectly based on variegated aspects of clinical nephrology, diabetic nephropathy, pediatric nephrology, renal physiology, renal histopathology, immunobiology, intensive care nephrology, and ischemic nephropathy. Cardio-Nephrology: The need for more collaborative efforts between therapeutic clinical trials and social health sciences to preclude cardiovascular disease complications i... Read More

Journal of Public Health Policy and Planning Successful Journey

Image Journal of Public Health Policy and Planning is established in the year 2013,"Journal of Public Health Policy and Planning" and is overwhelmed by the response from the academic and research contributors to publish with the journal and to take part in the year-long celebrations.  It is one of the most reputed journals of Allied academies group, known for its strong association with various Alzheimer's societies and agencies engaged in cutting edge rese... Read More

Clinical and Therapeutic Treatment on Kidney Diseases

Image  Journal of Clinical Nephrology and Therapeutics is a peer-reviewed scientific open access journal that publishes original research articles, review articles, and clinical studies focusing on the prevention, diagnosis, and management of kidney diseases and associated disorders. It has a special emphasis on the needs of Clinical Nephrologists and those in developing countries. The journal publishes reviews and papers of international inte... Read More

Discount to Researchers for Article Processing Charges on 3rd Anniversary

Image Journal of Advanced Surgical Research (ISSN 2591-7765) commemorates its 3rd anniversary in the year 2020. Journal of Advanced Surgical Research is an upcoming journal that specializes in clinical surgical practices, researches, and teachings as well. This Journal majorly emphasizes the investigations or researches on surgical methods and analysis. It serves as a platform for academics, practitioners, regulators, and... Read More

Alarming the society on Kidney Diseases

Image Journal of Clinical Nephrology and Therapeutics is open access and peer-reviewed scientific journal. The journal serves as a bridge between scientific explorations and findings in the clinical field. And it also implementing the development of clinically applicable medical tools and techniques. Journal of Clinical Nephrology and Therapeutics publishes the manuscripts that are directly or indirectly based on variegated aspects o... Read More

Journal of Primary care and General Practice one step ahead in Protecting Life’s

Image Journal of Primary Care and General Practice is a peer-reviewed scientific publication that offers an open access forum to discuss the recent developments and innovative trends in the primary health care and general medical practice. Journal of Primary Care and General Practice, is established in the year 2018,"Journal of Primary Care and General Practice" and is overwhelmed by the response from the academ... Read More