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Jan 19, 2017

Austin Emergency Medicine

Undergraduate Emergency Medicine Education: Problems and Challenges

Abstract:Emergency Medicine (EM) is a medical specialty with the principal mission of evaluating, diagnosing, stabilizing, managing, and preventing unexpected illness and injury. This needs special...


Jan 19, 2017

Gastrointestinal Cancer: Research & Therapy

Exercise Prehabilitation during Neoadjuvant Cancer Treatment in Patients with Gastrointestinal and Thoracic Cancer: A Systematic Review

Abstract:Aim: To evaluate the current evidence assessing the use of exercise prehabilitation interventions during neoadjuvant cancer treatment in those patients with gastrointestinal or thoracic cancer....


Jan 19, 2017

Austin Journal of Allergy

In 2532 Children we Report the Developmental Factors Influencing the Development of Atopic Diseases

Abstract:Allergic asthma and rhinitis, Atopic Dermatitis (AD), urticaria and gastrointestinal allergy, are common diseases of infants and children. It was recently estimated that 14% of children suffer from AD, 8% from food allergy,....


Jan 19, 2017

Austin Journal of Allergy

Asthma Trends in Mississippi Coastal Region with Air Pollutants and Meteorological Factors

Abstract:An understanding of interplay between asthma, criteria air pollutants, and meteorological factors is essential to predicting human health and reducing the capital costs on controlling asthma prevalence. A systematic relationship....


Jan 19, 2017

Austin Journal of Allergy

Flaws in GINA Guidelines and the Solutions Thereof

Abstract:Asthma continues to be the commonest chronic respiratory illness and its prevalence is on the rise. Further, its control remains poor in spite of the wide availability and practice of GINA guidelines. Based on literature, the author is....


Jan 19, 2017

Journal of Community Medicine & Health Care

Female Temporary Contraceptive Method: Availability and Its Effects

Abstract:Unintended pregnancy and high fertility pattern continue to be a major public health problem. In response to the increasing trend of population growth, almost all countries of the world have realized and started controlling measures by....


Jan 19, 2017

Journal of Community Medicine & Health Care

Palliative Care Services: A Major Requirement in Indian Context

Abstract:The WHO defined palliative care as "an approach that improves the quality of life of patients and their families facing the problems associated with life-threatening illness, through the prevention and....


Jan 19, 2017

Austin Digestive System

Splenic Abscess

Abstract:A 66- year old man, who has undergone open prostatectomy three months earlier presented to the abdominal department with general malaise, left upper abdominal pain, and intermittent fever. On....


Jan 19, 2017

Annals of Obesity & Disorders

Caffeine Consumption and Induction of Obesity in the Developed World

Abstract:The susceptibility of humans to obesity favors the deposition of fat with fat deposition in man much higher than compared with other species. The global increase in Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease....


Jan 19, 2017

Advance Research in Textile Engineering

Usage of Core and Dual-Core Yarns Containing Tungsten for Electromagnetic Shielding

Abstract:Textile materials having electrically conductive features come to the forefront in the development of electromagnetic shielding products in the literature. Yarns and fabrics containing high-conductivity and low surface/volume resistivity metal....


Jan 19, 2017

Austin Journal of Neurological Disorders & Epilepsy

A Rare Case of Unilateral Lower Limb Spasticity: Two Rare Mutations!

Abstract:The SPG11 gene was first analyzed, revealing homozygous or compound heterozygous mutations in 30/97 (30.9%) of pro bands, the largest SPG11 series reported to date, and by far the most common cause of complex....


Jan 19, 2017

Austin Journal of Dermatology

Ainhum (Dactylolysis Spontanea): A Rare Cause of Consult in Dermatology- A Case Report and Review of Literature

Abstract:Ainhum or Dactylolysis Spontanea is an idiopathic condition due to constriction rings or grooves on the digits that result in auto amputation. The ainhum commonly affects the fifth toe and usually the compromise is bilateral...



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