Jan 24, 2017

Journal of Community Medicine & Health Care

Ethics of Doctors' Strikes

Abstract:Doctors' strikes present an ethical dilemma due to perceived central role of doctors in relation to human health and life. Doctors are seen and judged by higher standards than the ordinary people. Under Hippocrates oath, doctor...

Jan 24, 2017

Austin Physical Medicine

Back to Basics in Physical Therapy

Abstract:Much like the patients we care for, the field of physical therapy is a living, changing being. Recent advances in basic science research have challenged long-held beliefs about the methods of health care...

Jan 24, 2017

Austin Journal of Forensic Science and Criminology

Y-Chromosomal and Mitochondrial SNP Haplogroup Distribution in Indian Populations and its Significance in Disaster Victim Identification (DVI) - A Review Based Molecular Approach

Abstract:Disaster Victim Identification is an important aspect in mass disaster cases. In India, the scenario of disaster victim identification is very challenging unlike any other developing countries due to lack of any organized government firm who...

Jan 25, 2017

Journal of Psychiatry & Mental Disorders

The High Cost of Perfection: Medical Student Suicide

Abstract:When you're a student, especially a medical student, the need for achievement is high and the sources of stress are many: regular exams, National Boards, mounting debt, the need for perfectionism....

Jan 25, 2017

Annals of Yoga and Physical Therapy

The Role of Yoga as a Complementary Therapy in the Treatment of Various Diseases

Abstract:Yoga has been considered as a safe exercise, although a number of yoga practitioners were noted to have some unpleasant experience with yoga [1]. However, the yoga practitioners in this study were noted....

Jan 25, 2017

Journal of Gastroenterology, Liver & Pancreatic Diseases

Looking Beyond Liver! Cirrhotic Cardiomyopathy: Pathophysiology, Clinical Presentation and Management Strategies

Abstract:Cardiac dysfunction in cirrhosis of liver remains dormant due to hyperdynamic circulatory state even with the severe stage of cirrhosis. This in actuality is worsening of the cardiac functions. The decline in diastolic functions, inotropic....

Jan 25, 2017

Austin Journal of Lung Cancer Research

In Vitro Cytotoxic Potential of Paclitaxel-Encapsulated Lipid-Based Drug Delivery Systems

Abstract:Purpose: This study was carried out to investigate the in vitro cytotoxic effects of Conventional Liposomes (PCL-CL) and Stealth Liposomes (PCLSL) of Paclitaxel (PCL) prepared using thin film hydration method and PCL....

Jan 25, 2017

Journal of Family Medicine

New Leadership Model for Family Physicians in the Eastern Mediterranean Region: A Pilot Study Across Selected Countries

Abstract:Background: Family Medicine is growing rapidly across the Eastern Mediterranean Region. However, it needs support in terms of overall health system development. This will require strong leadership in family medicine to....

Jan 25, 2017

Sarcoma Research - International

Unacceptable Toxicity in Phase I Trial Adding Pazopanib to Chemotherapy for Sarcoma: A Precautionary Tale

Abstract:Purpose: To determine the optimal dose (Phase II Recommended Dose (P2RD)) of pazopanib in combination with a biweekly gemcitabine and docetaxel regimen in patients with high risk Soft Tissue Sarcomas (STS) treated in the....

Jan 25, 2017

Austin Journal of Biomedical Engineering

The Effects of Oil and Oil + Nicotine in Vaporizer Pens (E-Cigarettes) on the Cell Behavior of Undifferentiated Human Mesenchymal Stem, and Differentiated Human Foreskin Fibroblast

Abstract:Electronic cigarettes, also known as vaporizer pens, have gained popularity 1in recent years as a safer alternative to smoking traditional tobacco cigarettes. However, little research has been conducted regarding the actual side effects....

Jan 25, 2017

Journal of Community Medicine & Health Care

Addressing Obesity and Inactivity in Females with Severe Mental Illness [SMI]

Abstract:Obesity in the Severely Mentally Ill [SMI] has become a significant problem and cause of morbidity and early mortality. SMI clients are 50% more likely to be obese compared to the general population. Heart disease is the leading....

Jan 25, 2017

Annals of Yoga and Physical Therapy

Effects of Aerobic Exercise in an Older Adult with Chronic Major Depressive Disorder Who Untreated with Pharmacotherapy

Abstract:Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) is a common and serious mental illness associated with a high comorbidity, a significantly reduced physical health, and quality of life. So, treatments on MDD are needed to improve quality of life....

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