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COVID-19 is changing the social life of all people. Jumping out of the personal aspect, how does it affect the family as a whole.
Family is regarded as the fundamental structure of the society, will COVID-19 changes the future family structure, unit and model?
How is it affecting gender issues too?
Besides, why is domestic violence increasing? Is psychology and psychiatry playing a role?
reference:
[1] Campbell AM. An increasing risk of family violence during the Covid-19 pandemic: Strengthening community collaborations to save lives.
Forensic Science International: Reports vol. 2 (2020): 100089.
[2]COVID-19: Reducing the risk of infection might increase the risk of intimate partner violence
EClinicalMedicine
[3]The pandemic paradox: The consequences of COVID‐19 on domestic violence
J Clin Nurs
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Dear Dr Sunny Chi Lik Au . See the following useful RG link:
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To be a better medicine what will we consider as chemically potential?? in terms of Chemical Reactivity of Targeted Drug Molecules with other potential molecules
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Dear Eleas,
If I understand correctly your question is with respect to the chemical reactivity of an NCE for its target.
Most commonly high chemical reactivity is not seen as an advantage. First the molecule needs sufficient stability for shelf life, limit impurities... Then reactivity may lead to safety issues if this leads to reaction with proteins other than your intended target. A variation on this theme is also formation of reactive metabolites that can cause liver toxicity; this is linked to the original molecule having reactive features or groups that are made reactive when oxidized (oxygenated).
However, reactivity towards the intended target can be very effective for inhibition from covalent binding. This can for example allow to decuple PK and PD (prolonged PD depending on target turn-over). For this to be effective it needs to be specific: reactive "warhead" reacts only with the intended target when molecule specifically bound and not with relevant off-targets. An example of this you can read about is remibrutinib.
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Dear Researchers,
The recent changes in the COVID-19 epidemic have led to the emergence of a new SARS-CoV-2 Variant of Concern (VOC), named "Omicron," and the number of Omicron cases were consistently increasing around the world. The health professional's knowledge is of utmost importance to prevent and control the spreading of the SARS-CoV-2 Omicron Variant of COVID-19. In this regard, we would likely to know the level of knowledge and Perceptions of health professionals about the SARS-CoV-2 Omicron Variant; this can provide a greater opportunity to understand the existing knowledge gaps about the novel Omicron variant and to scale up the interventional strategies. Thus, I invite you to participate in this short survey and provide your
valuable opinion regarding the SARS-CoV-2 Omicron variant.
Thanking you in advance
Sincerely
Akshaya Bhagavathula
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In India the most powerful and fatal variant inspite of complete Covid vaccination . Delhi and West Bengal are already suffering lockdown under disaster management act .
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What are the conceptual bases for personalised nutrition?
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Does creatine supplementation increase insulin sensitivity?
What is your opinion?
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Evidence:
"Acute Cr supplementation (20 g.d(-1) for 5 d) followed by short-term Cr supplementation (3 g.d(-1) for 28 d) did not alter insulin action in healthy, active untrained men"
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Get in touch for more info.
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Hafiza Muriam Ghani Could you please share your email and message me?
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Nanoparticles used
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@ Anwar, TiO2 nanoparticles is an effective microbicide agents, which have the advantage of improved safety and stability compared to organic antimicrobial agents. Titanium dioxide is also used in most sunscreens to block UVA and UVB rays. It is also commonly used as pigment for pharmaceutical products such as gelatin capsules, tablet coatings and syrups.
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Artificial intelligence is being used more and more in all medical fields. What do you think will be the development directions for the next 5 years?
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Expanded Disability Status Scale (EDSS) is a method of quantifying disability in multiple sclerosis that is the most widely used measurement tool to describe disease progression in patients with MS.
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Resistant exercises can tire MS disease quickly. This is an undesirable situation in patients with MS.
I recommend more ROM exercises and short-term isometric exercises.
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I have received the following polite email request from Medical Research Archives, European Society of Medicine a number of times.
Is it legitimate? Would you mind sharing your thoughts if you have any experience of this kind? Thanks
Dear Dr. Yegnanew A. Shiferaw,
If you have a few minutes I wanted to discuss your COVID-19 research. I am serving as the editor of a special theme issue on Advancements in COVID-19 which will be released by the European Society of Medicine next year and I was thinking that something related to your work on "Regime shifts in the COVID-19 case fatality rate dynamics: A Markov-switching autoregressive model analysis" would be interesting to include in the issue. Perhaps you could tell me more about your research in this area.
This could be in the form of a research article or even a review article.
Might this be a possibility?
Sincerely,
L. Smith, M.D.
Medical Research Archives
European Society of Medicine
Online ISSN: 2375-1924
Print ISSN: 2375-1916
PubMed ID: 101668511
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If we treat the animals for a certain period of time (ex, 4 weeks), how long time human should be treated for the same medicine?
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This depend on the drug bioavailability , way of excretion may be differ than that in animals all these should be taken in consideration
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What types of exercises and training variables (volume, intensity, repetitions, frequency, exercise selection, exercise order, and rest) are recommended for patients with Multiple sclerosis (MS)?
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If I have an experience but no certificate in Machine Learning, and have both experience and certifcate in Medicine (Urology) ... and want to publish a peper that include an interaction between these 2 feilds, in either Urology or CS journals. Should i add a coauthor who is certified in Data science or CS? ... if not, Would it be necessary to prove my competency in ML by any means?
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Publishing on a particular area does not require one to necessarily have a certificate in that area. However, if you find yourself to be inadequately equipped with the requisite knowledge to do a good job in that specific field, you may overcome that by collaborating with someone with that knowledge so that together you can bring out a very good and scientific work.
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Dear friends!
I hope you had a wonderful Christmas. Im very much interested in teaching and I would like to ask your views on a highly ( to me at least) interesting topic. There are probably as many methods of teaching methods as there are lecturers but here are a few types accepted in literature.
  • Teacher/lecturer-Centered
  • Student-Centered / Constructivist Approach.
  • Inquiry-Based Learning.
  • Flipped Classroom.
  • Cooperative Learning.
  • Personalised Education.
Which one do you use and why?
Best wishes Henrik
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Former USSR traditional lecturers with great academicians, undoubtedly those times won't be repeated anywhere, Prof. Henrik G.S. Arvidsson
Feliz Año & Best Regards.
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What types of exercise and training variables (volume, intensity, repetitions, frequency, exercise selection, exercise order, and rest) are recommended for patients with Multiple sclerosis (MS)?
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The best MS exercises are aerobic exercises, stretching, and progressive strength training. Aerobic exercise is any activity that increases your heart rate, like walking, jogging, or swimming. You just don't want to overdo it—it should be done at a moderate level. https://www.pennmedicine.org/updates/blogs/neuroscience-blog/2017/may/multiple-sclerosis-and-exercise
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In a patient with hereditary desminopathy (mutation Thr341Pro DES in the heterozygous state) over the past three years, an increase in the blood uric acid level up to 440-480 µmol / l was established by 1.5 times (the norm is 428.4 µmol / l). With the progression of the disease, the level has risen and is above normal. It is known that uric acid is an antioxidant. Is it necessary to reduce the level of uric acid? The patient has no problems with the joints.
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The change in the level of uric acid and biochemical parameters in a patient with an identified case of desminopathy is presented in the article https://www.researchgate.net/publication/357311034_CHANGE_IN_REDOX_STATUS_AND_BIOCHEMICAL_PARAMETERS_IN_PATIENT_WITH_DESMINOPATHY_T341P_SEVERAL_YEARS_AFTER_DISEASE_SYMPTOMS_ONSET
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TB is transmitted through the air. The droplet nuclei generated when a sputum positive pulmonary TB patients coughs, mixes in the air and are carried to a susceptible person in the vicinity or by air currents to longer distances. Sputum Negative TB patients may also contribute in transmission of infection to a smaller extent. Now my concern is that, "Can housefly provides an additional epidemiological link to spread TB infection in the community?"
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Have a look at this useful RG link.
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Metabolic rewiring and epigenetic remodeling, which are closely linked and reciprocally regulate each other, are among the well-known cancer hallmarks. Studies have reported use of Onco-metabolites to metabolically reprogram the epigenetic of cancer. I was wondering what might be major limitations of such techniques?
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Hello. This topic is not exactly my field, so I cannot give you a satisfactory answer. I will be happy to follow all the news and discussions in this field.
Regards, Zlata Felc.
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Jufa is a European native plant and being used in Ayurveda and Unani system of medicine since long. It's one of the ingredients of Gojivhadi kashyam and Jufex of Aimil Pharma.
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What is In Vivo Microscopy (IVM) images?
I'm not clear about this term, can anyone please point out it?
Any ideas and resource links are much appreciated🖤
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Please refer to the article attached. It may be helpful.
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Have you ever imagined how the physically disabled people feel under COVID-19?
Which type of disability is most impacting these minority under COVID-19?
Autism? Cleft patients? Mental health patients? Deaf? Dumb? Blind? Loss of limbs?
How can we help them?
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Please see these links for info on health and consequences of COVID-19 for people with disabilities:
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I am thinking about adapting neuroscience tools for identifying the patient’s reactions in making the diagnosis. I know there is a debate, but I cannot find any literature. Could anyone help me?
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Hi Liliana,
Yes, you are right. There is a plenty of discussion in this area. Please find below some guidelines.
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Hello, good day.
Please I'm working on a project which needs a "review of relevant theories" of the study "medical negligence behavior"
I found 2 theories relating to this study (conflict theory and theory of negligence), but they are not enough.
Please can I get more theories concerning medical negligence?
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There are four legal elements which must be proven: a professional duty owed to the patient; breach of such duty; injury caused by the breach; and (4) resulting damages.
In general, malpractice claims are adjudicated in state courts according to laws (e.g., USA), which typically require three elements for a successful claim: the patient suffered an adverse event; the provider caused the event due to action or inaction; and 3) the provider was negligent, which essentially entails showing that the provider took less care than that which is customarily practiced by the average member of the profession in good standing, given the circumstances of the doctor and the patient. Collectively, this three-part test of the validity of a malpractice claim is known as the “negligence rule.” In theory, this rule should provide compensation to iatrogenically injured patients and lead doctors to take appropriate precautions against accidental harm. In practice, however, the rule performs poorly on both dimensions.
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European Society of Medicine invited me to particitate My article in their conference
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Dear Rafi Al-Ani Do have a look at the following discussion here on RG: https://www.researchgate.net/post/Beware_of_these_kinds_of_emails
Conclusion: avoid.
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Your recommendation and assumes! Please
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please eloborate what you mean by bloodlessness ? If you are talking about anemia, then a balanced diet and vitamin supplements are needed.
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I started my studies on histology and I realized most of well established text-books don't use scale bars in their images, except the books of the American-German Thieme Publishing Group. I think it is a lack of technical rigorosity, even though most of books treat the issue only on a qualitative point of view. So, what do you think about that? Should the publishers in that area change their concept to increase their accuracy?
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(only one point). maybe there is a difference to state how the image was made and how the scale could be, even though the scale bar is almost approximately at the same level each time. STM, (scanneling Tuning Microscope, false colour, the blacvk and white images, maybe the microscope taken with this 10x, objectives, and so on.All these give ideas on how the scale bars are.... even though I think it is ignored data.
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Vertigo is a condition that can make it feel like you or your surroundings are spinning, sometimes leading to a loss of balance, according to the U.S. National Library of Medicine.
Coronavirus 2019 or COVID-19 is a novel entity which had led to many challenges among physicians due to its rapidly evolving nature. Vertigo or dizziness has recently been described as a clinical manifestation of COVID-19.
So, Are dizziness and vertigo COVID-19 Symptoms? and why?
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Does anyone knows where can I publish study protocols?
in a field of emergency medicine and psychology
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You can publish your study protocols in any of the journals which has scope of your title. Example: BMC, BMJ Open, Clinical Trials,… etc.
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Applications of bioinformatics in medicine is a key factor in technological advancement in the field of modern medical technologies.
In which areas of medical technology are the technological achievements of bioinformatics used?
What are the applications of bioinformatics in medicine?
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I invite you to the discussion
Thank you very much
Best wishes
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Please have look on our(Eminent Biosciences (EMBS)) collaborations.. and let me know if interested to associate with us
Our recent publications In collaborations with industries and academia in India and world wide.
Our Lab EMBS's Publication In collaboration with Universidad Tecnológica Metropolitana, Santiago, Chile. Publication Link: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33397265/
Our Lab EMBS's Publication In collaboration with Moscow State University , Russia. Publication Link: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32967475/
Our Lab EMBS's Publication In collaboration with Icahn Institute of Genomics and Multiscale Biology,, Mount Sinai Health System, Manhattan, NY, USA. Publication Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29199918
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Reality may increasingly hurt – #Genomic #targetedtherapy
Changes between 2006 and 2020
-eligibility from 5.13% to 13.60% *only*
-response from 2.73% to 7.04% *only*
The authors use in their discussion different paraphrasing: “the percentage of eligibility for and response to genome-targeted drugs increased 54% and 28%, respectively
which from the objective point of view is correct, but this implies a major improvement, although the reality of inefficiency is different
Some may state *the house of cards collapse of the breakthrough* ?
Otherwise today's basics of biotechnological power politics in created hypes of landmarks, breakthroughs, which might be seen in the accordance of the Latin epic poem, The Aeneid by Virgil:
parcere subiectis, et debellare superbos’ (I believe it at any rate)
References
Article Haslam et al. (2021) Ann Oncol 2021, DOI 10.1016/j.annonc.2021.04.003
The Aenedid from Virgil Vergil (19 BC), Aeneis, Liber sextus, Vers 847-853.
#medicine #health #medicalsciences #breakthroughs #landmarks #hallmark #hype #criticalthinking
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Dear Pr Brücher,
Thank you for sharing with us these useful informations.
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Under COVID-19, healthcare facilities requests a lot of sterilization to prevent hospital transmission of the disease. Bleach solution and many other disinfection agents may not be effective against such a large scale of usage.
Can ultraviolet light be used to inactivate the virus?
Can it be applied on whole room disinfection?
Can it be used on high turnover medical equipment sterilization? E.g. stethoscope.
Can it be used to inactivate infected donors' blood products or body fluids?
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It's 99 days since the first case of COVID-19 in Hong Kong, and we are welcoming the 5th days of 0 new cases of COVID-19 following a week of <10 cases per day.
How should we define the end of a local endemic?
How long should the latent period be defined?
When is it safe to resume social activities?
Should territory wide screening of asymptomatic people be done before declaring the end of endemic?
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The SARS-CoV-2 (Covid-19) coronavirus pandemic is a global epidemic. On a global scale, the state of the pandemic in March 2020 was announced by the World Health Organization. Therefore, this organization could declare the end of the pandemic. On the other hand, the end of the epidemic on a regional, national or local scale can be announced by national central institutions of the health care system, including the ministries of health, in agreement with the government. In order to be able to declare the end of the epidemic on a national, regional or local scale, it is necessary to have a relatively large decrease in the number of new coronavirus infections, a decrease in the number of people seriously ill with Covid-19 disease and deaths caused by this disease. The decrease in Coronavirus infections and in sick people should be sustained in a longer period, i.e. min. several months, taking into account the periods of possible occurrence of subsequent epidemic waves caused by new variants of the Coronavirus and occurring in other regions of the world. In addition, an important factor that may be taken into account in the event of declaring the end of a pandemic on a global scale or an epidemic on a regional scale will be the level of vaccination of citizens with highly effective vaccines against Coronavirus and the level of social, collective immunity of the society achieved thanks to these vaccines.
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We are compiling comprehensive details for traditional medicines and their marketing approval in a particular country. For now, we are reviewing Kampo Medicines of Japan. But somehow we are not able to get suitable guideline documents (original from Japanese Regulatory Agency's Website). Can anyone guide us? From where we can find guidelines for marketing approval of Kampo medicine in Japan?
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How can you decide the judgment on a specific article whether it is good or not, is your judgment depends on the title of the article or the abstract or the publishing journal or something else?
Please, share us your opinions about the discussion
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I think depends on
1. Quality of Journal which depends on citations, Quartile, Indexing, Impact Factor etc.
2. Novelty
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COVID-19 is mainly a respiratory disease that affects the lung, although other organ structures with endothelium seems to be affected too.
When should we do imaging?
What is the aim of the imaging?
How can it help with management?
Do you agree with the following consensus statement?
How will you adjust your own practice and difficulties encountered? Why?
Ref:
The Role of Chest Imaging in Patient Management during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Multinational Consensus Statement from the Fleischner Society. Chest. 2020 Apr 07.
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I have watched a child crying loudly in pain, while collecting blood for testing. Can we develop a technique which can collect the blood or inject a medicine to children in a complete pain-free way ?
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Iam a dental student and i want to increase my knowledge in writing drug chart to patient in the future, can you give me some advises to increase my knowledge in this field, i the name of drug and the number of dose is very consued and i forgot it fast so how the doctors write it easy...... So can you advise me to be good in the future
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dentistry needs only few drugs to be remembered, procedures like extractions and root canal need common antibiotics, to follow empirical use pls know few gram positive acting drugs and some mixed infection drugs, we use anti amoebic drugs as well. anti- inflammatory and analgesics are routinely used, need to remember few of it. Beware of drug interactions especially metronidazole should not be taken along with alcohol
some emergency drugs like hematinics, to stop bleeding and anti allergic drugs should be learned
for oral lesions need to know about anti oxidants, and few local steroids ointments, some gum paints and aesthetic gels for pain relief
as a beginner if you know these you get confidence
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Hello, I will try to produce Sb2S3 films with thermal evaporation technique using Sb2S3 pellets or Sb pieces. Then I will complete the production with thermal annealing. Could you please give information about the risks of Sb2S3 pellets or Sb pieces and the precautions I should take?
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Lesson 1: Tensorflow Beginners to Proficiency:
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Under the pandemic of COVID-19, screening becomes important to tackle the spread. Fever is one of the screening criteria for many public places screening for access.
However, how is fever defined?
Is the 0.1 degree change makes the significance?
What is the range of standard deviation being acceptable?
What machine is accurate?
Is those hand held infrared measuring machines reliable?
Is there scenarios giving false negative tha may make a huge consequence?
Normal Body Temperature: A Systematic Review.
Open Forum Infect Dis. 2019;6(4):ofz032. Published 2019 Apr 9.
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CDC considers a person to have a fever when he or she has a measured temperature of 100.4° F (38° C) or greater, or feels warm to the touch, or gives a history of feeling feverish.
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I know that an infant's brain can repair itself when damaged but why doesn't the same happen in adults after stroke or brain injuries?
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With Regenerative Medicine, using stem cells, the ongoing Programs are doing it, with good results and promising expectations.
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Dear seniors and researchers,
Briefly introducing myself, I am a fourth year medical student from Indonesia. Currently, I am performing a multiple logistic regression on several possible factors affecting medical student preference toward distance learning in this pandemic era. Honestly, it is my first time in using logistic regression in my work, and I might encounter several confusing issues regarding this statistical procedure. I have selected 14 eligible covariates for multiple logistic regression according to its significant p-value (0.000) during their simple logistic regression. After including all of those 14 covariates to the model, the ExpB (odds ratio) of all 14 covariates become insignificant despite decent model (Good result of Omnibus test, R-squared, and Holmer and Lemeshow test). All of statistical procedure were performed in SPSS ver 22.
Regarding this issue, what should I do in responding those finding? Is it correct to interpret that there were no significant relationship between all of 14 covariates and dependent variable (student preference toward distance learning) simultaneously? Or is there any suggestion of appropriate technical steps in conducting multiple regression analysis?
Thank You
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I'm assuming the pairs have correlation coefficient >= 0.7 (r=0.07 suggests little correlation).
If you have 3 distinct pairs, I would suggest eliminating one variable from each pair leaving the most significant ones in the set. After that, you can proceed with a stepwise regression, if needed.
Another possible solution would be implementing a dimension reduction technique (i.e. principal component analysis) to reduce the number of predicting factors.
If you require any further information, let me know.
Best wishes,
Francesco
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With the developing stories of the spread of COVID-19 all around the world, which has been declared as a pandemic by WHO recently, I am wondering, in how much time this virus would vanish from the surface of the Earth? Is there any scientific study available for this?
Please share your opinions.
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Todavía no se puede predecir q desaparecerá el Covid 19. Al parecer tendremos q convivir con él e inmunizarnos con las vacunas aprobadas por la OMS.
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The development of a vaccine for COVID-19 has become a battleground for many countries to prove to the world/their own peoples that their technology is superior and better than the competitors at the international stage. it is always a point of concern when science is serving the political establishment. Russia claimed that they have developed 'the first' Covid-19 vaccine. WHO is raising concern about the validity of this claim and urging Russia to provide sufficient data to back this claim.
Is it possible for the same scenario to be repeated in the US? An election is near and COVID-19 vaccine development can influence the result.
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Please also have a look at this useful link.
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comparative study to treatment ringworm in cattle between( chemical treatment and plant extraction treatment).
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This might be considered a worst case scenario.
Repeated strikes by such a virus would scythe defenseless new victims each time, leaving fewer and fewer survivors.
For the species to survive, humanity would have to evolve resistance or other means of survival.
Is such a virus possible?
How would its epidemic spread be modeled?
Has a virus like that occurred in the past?
How would we deal with such a virus in the future?
What strategies would defeat such a virus?
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Theoretically yes, but in the long run the human species would end up adapting its immune defense mechanisms and would survive ... yes, the cost in human lives would be incalculable in the short and medium term
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As I see that PROSPERO is specific in the field of medicine however my review is in the field of online education.
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I think it is not mendatory and I agree with @Shin Murakami
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As we know MSG is widely used food additive and acts as a flavour enhancer. It is also approved by USFDA as GRAS! But some controversy are there regarding clinical reports where the physiological illness was shown after consuming MSG. So, is MSG good or bad for health? Are there any research related conclusions?
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Studies providing the evidence of MSG toxic effects have raised the increasing interest in MSG intake as flavor enhancer. Neurotoxic effects in brain, obesity and metabolic defects, „Chinese restaurant syndrome“ and detrimental effects on sex organs are the most discussed in the connection with MSG intake. http://ibimapublishing.com/articles/JMED/2013/608765/
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Dear Colleagues!
I hope you are all doing well. I have a question to all of you. I love to teach and so far I have been teaching everything from international business, marketing, management to organisational psychology. I feel ambivalent towards this however.I love to teach and Im curious in my nature and what better way to learn new things than to teach? However I also feel that if I continue being a generalist It might also be bad since I risk loosing touch with my main specialisation.
What are your thoughts? Your experiences?
My speciality is this :
Best wishes Henrik and professor Hugo 3 months old who keeps me company when Im trying to work :-)
Ps stay safe.
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Teaching one subject is more scientific and it will give you more academic background.
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Although the interests that exist around health and PE have a good sense and meaning, they may not be as benign as, ironically, they think they are. So, what are the risks of Medicine dictating the aims of Physical Education?
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I Follow.
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Hello,
I would appreciate it if you suggest me some public twitter sentiment analysis dataset during COVID-19 pandemic
Best regards,
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Sentimental Analysis of COVID-19 Tweets Using Deep ... - MDPI
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Is there a complete tutorial for using EHR (Electronic Health Record)?
I mean extracting some data like how many people have specific symptoms?
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I don't think there would be a generic tutorial for analysing a EHR, they are all different and the software should provide help on how to search a topic. Unfortunately coding classifications systems are different across the world and within countries. See that there is considerbale variation of coding and quality. Not even HL7 is uniformly applied in the UK as a health data standard https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Health_Level_7 It's a difficult problem.
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I had a few students help me with a simple but time-consuming task. The data they helped with will be used in a scientific paper. The students are part of the Student Research Program (SRP) at my institution and they received a class credit for their work with me. Should I include these students as co-authors on the manuscript?
I also had a student volunteer help me on the same research project. The student did not get a class credit for their help. Should the student be a co-author on the paper?
Thank you in advance for your opinions/suggestions.
Monika Polczynska
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Co-authorship is not a form of reimbursement (in laboratories and research institutes, all co-authors receive a salary or grants, nevertheless...). If a persons has made a creative contributions, then they are a co-authors. If the work is technical - for example, reprinting a text, or measurements (without processing etc.), then - no. There is another form for highline such participation: acknowledgment.
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I found a reference to this distinction on pub med that dates to the 70s. Efficacy is how well a treatment or intervention works in ideal circumstances. Effectiveness is how well a treatment or intervention works in normal practice. Although there are many references to this distinction and discussions of why it occurs, nobody seem to mention the origins of this distinction. Furthermore, this distinction seems more accepted in general medicine than in behavioral health.
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Efficiency, efficacy and effectiveness: What is the difference between this triad of words? Peter Drucker - considered the father of modern administration - establishes a series of fundamental distinctions between them, which gives us conceptual clarity. In a colloquial way they are known as "The three E's", but how does one "E" differ from the other two; Drucker is obliged to quote again, with the appearance of what he called “knowledge work”, thus we have: Efficacy + Efficiency = Effectiveness
Efficiency: doing things well. Carry out a task looking for the best possible relationship between the resources used and the results obtained. Efficiency has to do with the "how." The model for improving efficiency is based on three basic pillars: people, processes and customers. And it is achieved with competent people or with capacities, attitudes, aptitudes, abilities and experiences. Fast, effective and continuous flows of activities are needed that add value to the product or service for the client with efficient processes, analyzing said activities and quality.
Efficacy: doing the right things; carry out tasks in the best way, leading to the achievement of results. It has to do with "what" things are done. Effectiveness is doing what is necessary to achieve or achieve the desired or proposed objectives.
Effectiveness: doing the right things well. In other words, the tasks that are carried out are carried out efficiently and effectively. It has to do with "what" things are done and "how."
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Ayurveda, TM of India, advises to avoid Curd intake in diseases that have Kapha dosha predominance like Diabetes, Respiratory problems; in diseases arising out of Raktha dusti (Blood tissue vitiation) like Skin diseases and also in conditions where the digestive fire (Agni) is weak like during Night time. Regarding this Curd advisory, Ayurveda has very clear fundamental concepts and the findings of which have also been noticed in clinical practice as well.
Here I want to know are there any other Traditional system of medicine which has similar or any other observation about Curd intake?
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Sir! in the ayurvedic text a wide description is available related to curd. use of curd in relation to seasons when to eat or when not to eat. it is also described when to eat on daily basis, with the mixing of other substances. these all are for healthy individuals.
in some cases it is contraindicated because of its property.,
I don't think such a huge description will be available in other traditional medicines.
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I read that diabetic retinopathy can affect people with type 1 and 2 diabetes, especially those who have uncontrolled blood sugar and have diabetes for a long time. How can uncontrolled blood sugar cause diabetic retinopathy? and how is the treatment for diabetic retinopathy patients? thank you.
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Is it completely dependent on the region that patient lives in? If so, I'm specifically interested in the Southern California (United States) region.
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Globally, Candida albicans is the most prevalent species associated with invasive candidiasis; however, the distribution of non-albicans Candida spp
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It would be great if we get information regarding this from all around the world. Like we have Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) in Ayurveda, Indian system of Medicine.
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Interesting discussion to follow
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I am interested in how people/cultures view specific foods as cures or treatments for illnesses.
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Yes for sure and some foods act as medicine itself and the are wonderful results when we see the medicinal benefits of some of the foods.
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RNA vaccines follow a different strategy, without using any "real" component of the virus at all. Instead, researchers aim to trick the human body into producing a specific virus component on its own. Since only this specific component is built, no complete virus can assemble itself. Nevertheless, the immune system learns to recognize the non-human components and trigger a defense reaction. So May I ask, What are your opinions about the safety and efficacy of the BNT162b2 mRNA Covid-19 Vaccine?
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In connection with the development of technology, the current technological revolution, which Industry 4.0 information processing technologies find application in the development of medicine?
Please reply
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Dear P. K. Farayibi,
Yes, it is correct ICT information technologies turned out to be very helpful in the development of both specific techniques and medical instruments, e.g. in improving surgery, creating implants (3D printing) and also in improving organizational issues, digitization of databases containing patient data and remote systems patient registration via the Internet. Especially the latter issue proved to be very helpful during the SARS-CoV-2 (Covid-19) coronavirus pandemic.
Thank you, Best regards,
Dariusz Prokopowicz
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dear all,
i'am searching for some good reviews in the field of hydrogen use, hydrogen effect, hydrogen fuel technology in the field of sports and medicine.
please share your papers with me.
is there some research in the field of regeneration in sports and post operation in medicine?
is there some research in special sports like triathlon, canoe, swimming and lifting?
thanks.
beste regards
torsten
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Dear Torsten, here are more recent papers:
Alharbi AAD, Ebine N, Nakae S, Hojo T, Fukuoka Y. Application of Molecular Hydrogen as an Antioxidant in Responses to Ventilatory and Ergogenic Adjustments during Incremental Exercise in Humans. Nutrients 2021;13(2):459.
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Hello and regards, our study investigates the relationship between latent toxoplasmosis and psychiatric and psychological mental disorders. It is part of my research (Ashkan Latifi, postgraduate student of psychology at University of Tehran- Iran) in partial fulfilment of the requirements of my master’s degree. By filling in this questionnaire, you have been of great help to me and to those with toxoplasmosis. In addition, by optionally sharing your email with me, you allow me to inform you of any possible toxoplasmosis-associated psychological/psychiatric problems in you under the supervision of two professors of University of Tehran (Dr. Abbas Rahiminezhad, psychologist and Dr. Reza Rostami, psychiatrist) for free. You can participate in this study if you have latent toxoplasmosis (other than congenital toxoplasmosis) and are at least 18 years old. The approximate response time to the questionnaire is ten to fifteen minutes. Thank you in advance for your participation in this research.
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Sorry i don't have
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Articles that share the history and development of medicine in the UK, any aspect of medicine and medical education.
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I have only researched the subject for the Portuguese colonies (Mozambique, East Timor, and Macao) but I have consulted several studies regarding the British and the French colonial empires. One of the books that I found interesting is:
SETH, Suman. Difference and Disease: Medicine, Race, and the Eighteenth-Century British Empire. New York: Cornell University, 2018 (you will find a generous bibliography and sources in this book).
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The triangular theory of love by Sternberg, characterises love in an interpersonal relationship using three different dimensions: intimacy, passion, and commitment.According to this theory different stages and types of love can be categorised by different combinations of these three elements. My question is this: does this model fully capture the essense of what we call love. Can love not also have other attributes, we can have feelings of love towards a person without having either commitment, passion or intimacy, some people are asexual for example and lack commitment, others such as teenagers lack the understanding of what love is. Do you agree with this theory or do you like me see problems associated with such a sharp division of element of human affects. Best wishes Henrik
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For a complete answer to this interesting question (without any desire for prominence or any petulance) you can read some of my contributions here in "RG", specifically the article "Desire and love: the unfinished man" in which the two "Triangular Models" on Love and ways to evaluate and measure them:
-That of John Lee, from the University of Toronto, which offers us a wide typology of the ways of loving, thus –based on a questionnaire to measure falling in love– has established three primary types of love that are quite independent from each other: - EROS , LUDUS and STORGE, Identifying three “pure” combinations of these primary types: MANIA, PRAGMA and AGAPE.
-And, above all, that of Sternberg in his "Triangular Theory of Love" that considers three primary components: INTIMACY, PASSION and COMMITMENT, one in each vertex of the triangle, thus giving rise to 7 possibilities: INTIMACY: Like, friendship and affection without commitment or passion. ROMANTIC LOVE: Intimacy plus passion, with feelings of proximity and outbursts of passion. PASSION: Love at first sight, fickleness, mental and physical excitement. FATUO OR FALSE LOVE: Passion plus commitment, lightning engagement and wedding before intimacy develops, which usually leads to failure- COMMITMENT: Decision that one loves another person without intimacy or passion, it is an empty love or of convenience. COMPANION LOVE: Commitment plus intimacy, it is a solid but not romantic friendship.
As expected, in real life all these elements are mixed, with COMPLETE or CONSUMED LOVE being the one that combines intimacy, passion and commitment, in the center of the triangle.
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Does anyone have soft copy of book "Epidemiology of Medicine" by Henneken. Please share.
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I am also looking for the same book too can you please share with me.tesfaneh.shimelis@aau.edu.et
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The extensive successful use in people of mRNA vaccines for Covid-19 suggests they mark a key scientific breakthrough with broad impacts. These breakthrough vaccines are notable for combining two advances examined for years in the laboratory: pseudouridine modified mRNA and its encapsulation in lipid nanoparticles. Pseudouridine has been used in nucleotides for years to stabilize and study key protein-nucleotide complexes (e.g. Parikh et al. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2000 May 9;97(10):5083-8. doi: 10.1073/pnas.97.10.5083. PMCID: PMC25785 ). In fact, Pseudouridine (Ψ) is the most abundant RNA modification and has been termed the 5th base of RNA (Front. Cell Dev. Biol., 16 March 2021 https://doi.org/10.3389/fcell.2021.628415). Similarly Lipid nanoparticles have been used and studied for over 20 years (e.g. Puri et al. Crit Rev Ther Drug Carrier Syst. 2009; 26(6): 523–580. PMCID: PMC2885142). Yet the combination of mRNA modification by N1-methylpseudouridine to increase safety and efficacy with lipid nanoparticles to encapsulate mRNA for its protection and delivery made the Covid-19 mRNA vaccines feasible. Importantly, this transformative combination seems applicable to other vaccines and approaches suggesting it is worth considering the many possible applications that may advance biotechnology and human health.
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I think the effect will be significant on the progress of treatment, and the world will witness the end of cancer in the future
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Do you have medical cooperatives in your country? What is your opinion about the possible models of cooperatives in medicine that are proposed in this article? -
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See attachment...we would benefit a great deal If such cooperatives can be initiated in Africa
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Students pursuing medicine are constantly exposed to the risk of mental exhaustion and the sequalae that follows, which affects their mental health adversely. What would you as an instructor do to make sure our students don't fall prey to mental illness?
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Anxiety disorders are one of the most commonly diagnosed mental health problems among students. Anxiety is what we feel when we are worried, tense or afraid – particularly about things that are about to happen, or which we think could happen in the future.
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Patented medicines are expensive making it difficult for the lower or middle class families to afford it. If a certain medicine is helpful to the society, what can the government do to regulate the market, so that the socio-economic surplus is as large as possible while not taking away the company's patented rights.
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The government does not directly regulate or negotiate the price of drugs. Instead, U.S. drug companies set their prices, but insurers and pharmacies determine how much patients pay out-of-pocket
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The field of life-science and mathematics are always intermixing with each other, however, the COVID-19 has brought them more closely than before. Many researchers have developed fractional differential equations in life sciences. For example anomalous diffusion in cell membranes, epidemiological models, etc. I am particularly interested to know if there are applications of fractional differential equations in medicine?
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In the past few years, fractional differential equations have emerged as a reliable blue and well-organized mathematical tool in studying many science and engineering occurrences. Research in fractional differential equations is multidisciplinary and is used in diverse fields such as control systems, elasticity, electric drives, circuits systems, continuum mechanics, heat transfer, quantum mechanics, fluid mechanics, signal analysis, biomathematics, biomedicine, social systems, bioengineering, management, financial systems, traffic flow, turbulence, complex systems, pollution control, and more.
The principal aims of this Research Topic are:
• To bring together mathematicians, scientists, and researchers working in fractional calculus and its real-world applications.
• To encourage the advancement of new computational techniques.
• To study important fractional differential equations arising in real-world problems.
• To expand new trends in the area of fractional differential equations and their real-world applications.
The collected research papers will provide a short but significant explanation of the most critical hot problems in fractional differential equations and their real-world appeal-world.
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It may be in your education and experience that you deal with the structure of organic medicines. Which combination do you think is most common in organic medicine?
For example, many drugs have carboxylic acid in their structure. In your opinion, which compounds play an important role in the structure of the largest number of drugs?
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Dear Pejman Rahmani Nejad thank you for your interesting technical question. In addition to the useful link provided by Lukas Schulig please also have a look at the following relevant article entitled
Chemical Structure-Related Drug-Like Criteria of Global Approved Drugs
The paper is freely available as public full text on ResearchGate. According to this article "the most common functional group is the hydroxyl, as its occurrence frequency in all databases is the top one. Moreover, -COOR or -COOH are the second most common functional groups."
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AI showed its promise in many fields, but most of researches in AI application on medicine is still "proof-of concept". So how do clinicians feel about AI? What are clincians' concerns about it?
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This could be a good read on evidential deep learning
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