September 30, 2019

Annals of Nutritional Disorders & Therapy

Vitamin D Deficiency

Abstract: Vitamin D is a key regulator of calcium and bone homeostasis. Beside gut, bone and kidney, many other tissues possess vitamin D receptors, suggesting that the hormone exerts pleiotropic effects...


September 30, 2019

Austin Journal of Surgery

Quality of Life in Patients with Atrial Fibrillation after Percutaneous Left Atrial Appendage Closure

Abstract: Introduction: Atrial Fibrillation (AF) and it is possibly complications have a significant impact on the Quality of Life (QoL). Percutaneous Left Atrial Appendage Closure (LAAC) is a procedure dedicated to patients with AF and...


September 30, 2019

Austin Journal of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry

Evaluation of a Saponised Mycoplasma bovis Vaccine: Some Field Observations

Abstract: Three autogenous vaccine trials were carried out on farms where Mycoplasma bovis had been identified as a major pathogen. The first trial was carried on a veal farm in the Lombardia region of northern Italy...


September 30, 2019

Austin Critical Care Case Reports

Challenges in a Version of Major Maternal Morbidities and Mortality in Low Resource Rural Women, Community Based Analysis Running Head, Averting Major Maternal Morbidities, Mortality at Community by Nurse Midwives

Abstract: Preventable maternal deaths continue to occur in resource poor countries due to pre-existing poor health, lack of access to safe abortion, safe birth, quality prenatal, and intra-natal, postnatal care...


September 27, 2019

Journal of Bacteriology and Mycology

Antimicrobial Effect of Cyperus rotundus Tuber Extract on the Microorganisms of the Urinary Tract Infection

Abstract: Background: Medicinal use of plants dates to long back in the history of the human beings and has recently gained a great deal of importance in treating different diseases including the urinary tract infection...


September 26, 2019

Austin Hematology

Point-of-Care Testing for Blood Donor Haemoglobin Screening

Abstract: Haemoglobin (Hb) testing is a pre-blood donation requirement essential to identify borderline or anaemic asymptomatic donors, which would otherwise experience anaemic symptoms after donating a unit of blood...


September 25, 2019

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation - International

Ventilatory Autonomy in a Complete C3 Lesion

Abstract: Respiratory dysfunction is one of the serious repercussions of spinal cord injury. The degree of ventilatory compromise is related to the level and severity of the injury, being more severe in cervical or dorsal lesions as well as in complete lesions...



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