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2024

Vol 6, No 1 (2024): The Significance of Asymptomatic Carriers in the Spread of Infectious Diseases: Case Studies and Epidemiological Insight

Authors: Priti Saxena, Maahi Negi, Hitesh Bisht

Abstract: Asymptomatic carriers play a pivotal yet often overlooked role in the transmission dynamics of infectious diseases. This paper explores their significance through case studies and epidemiological data, highlighting their impact on disease spread and public health interventions. The analysis underscores the importance of identifying and understanding asymptomatic carriers in controlling outbreaks and mitigating future risks.

Keywords: Asymptomatic carriers, infectious diseases, disease transmission, epidemiology, public health, SARS-CoV-2, COVID-19, influenza, tuberculosis, surveillance, public health interventions

 

Vol 6, No 1 (2024): Examine the Dynamics of Diseases Transmitted from Animals to Humans (Zoonoses): Ecological, Behavioral, and Genetic Fact

Authors: Aryan Sharma, Nisha Sharma

Abstract: Zoonotic diseases, which originate in animals and are transmitted to humans, pose significant public health challenges globally. Understanding the dynamics of zoonotic disease transmission requires a comprehensive examination of ecological, behavioral, and genetic factors that influence how pathogens jump species barriers. This paper reviews current literature on zoonoses, discusses key ecological contexts affecting transmission, analyzes behavioral risk factors, and explores genetic determinants influencing pathogen adaptation and spread. Tables and figures provide visual aids to illustrate key concepts and data related to specific zoonotic diseases and their transmission dynamics.

Keywords: Zoonotic diseases, transmission dynamics, ecological factors, behavioral factors, genetic factors, spillover events, pathogen adaptation, host susceptibility, disease emergence.

 

Vol 6, No 1 (2024): Analyze and Compare Transmission Mechanisms, Factors Influencing Transmission, and Implications for Control Strategies

Author: Meera Iyer

Abstract: Understanding how infectious diseases spread is crucial for developing effective control strategies. This paper analyzes and compares transmission mechanisms, factors influencing transmission, and their implications for control strategies using a comprehensive review of existing literature. Key factors such as mode of transmission, environmental influences, and societal factors are explored to provide insights into controlling the spread of infectious diseases.

Keywords: Transmission mechanisms, infectious diseases, factors influencing transmission, control strategies, public health interventions, comparative analysis.

 

 

Vol 6, No 1 (2024): A Review on Diagnosis and Management of Parkinson's Disease

Authors: Saurabh Bhilare, Sayali Chavan, Pooja Kadam, Vivekkumar Redasani

Abstract: Movement disorders include conditions like Parkinson's disease (PD). It occurs when the brain's nerve cells don't create enough dopamine, a neurotransmitter. Environmental chemical exposure may be a factor. People with the condition may experience difficulty walking, communicating, or performing basic tasks as their symptoms worsen. Since PD cannot be diagnosed with a lab test, diagnosis might be challenging. To diagnose it, medical professionals look at neurological symptoms and medical history. The field of PD management is expanding and aims to develop both novel and enhanced treatment approaches. Physicians can now treat patient-specific issues as they emerge in addition to the primary motor symptoms of Parkinson's disease (PD) thanks to pharmaceutical, surgical, and therapy interventions. This review addresses the current and established options for treating Parkinson's disease (PD) that can offer patient-specific care and lessen adverse effects from standard medicines.

Keywords: Parkinson’s disease, Epidemiology, Diagnosis, Parkinson’s treatment

Vol 6, No 1 (2024): Interconnections between Human Health, Animal Health, and the Environment in Disease Transmission

Author:  Jyoti Sharma

Abstract: The interrelationships between human health, animal health, and the environment play a crucial role in the transmission of infectious diseases. This paper explores how these three components interact, highlighting examples of zoonotic diseases and environmental factors that facilitate disease spread. Understanding these interconnections is essential for developing effective strategies to prevent and control emerging infectious diseases.

Keywords: Zoonotic diseases,One Health approach, Environmental factors, Disease transmission, Climate change, Land use change, Biodiversity loss, Public health, Animal reservoirs, Interdisciplinary collaboration.


2019

Vol 1, No 1 (2019): Contagious Disease in Camels: Jhooling

Authors:-Sreeremya .S

Abstract:-There are so many contagious diseases affecting in camels. There are several contagious infections like pox, staphylococcal infection, enteric infections etc. Jhooling is one among them. In this paper the pathogen city and disease which mostly affects the camels are discussed.


2023

Vol 5, No 2 (2023): Advancing Public Health: Integrating Epidemiology and Biostatistics for Enhanced Disease Surveillance and Prevention

Authors:-Dr. Somshekhar Moharya, Lalit Purhoit

Abstract:-This paper examines the crucial integration of epidemiology and biostatistics within the realm of public health, highlighting their collective role in enhancing disease surveillance and prevention strategies. Epidemiology, the study of disease distribution and determinants in populations, and biostatistics, the application of statistical reasoning to public health data, together form the backbone of modern public health research and practice. This paper discusses key methods such as cohort and case-control studies, cross-sectional surveys, and various statistical analysis techniques, showcasing their significance in understanding and addressing health issues. The primary findings emphasize the synergy between these two fields, demonstrating how their integration leads to more accurate disease tracking, effective intervention strategies, and informed public health policies. The implications of this integrated approach are profound, offering a pathway to not only anticipate but also mitigate future public health crises, thereby contributing to the overall betterment of global health standards.

Keywords:-Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Public Health, Disease Surveillance, Disease Prevention, Data Analysis, Public Health Policy


2021

Vol 3, No 2 (2021): A Systematic Review on Oral Lichen Planus: Pathogenesis and its Treatment

Authors: Krishna Dhungana, Sunil Gupta, Daisy Arora

Abstract: Oral lichen planus (LIE-kun PLAY-nus) is an ongoing (chronic) inflammatory condition that affects mucous membranes inside your mouth. Oral lichen planus may appear as white, lacy patches; red, swollen tissues; or open sores. These lesions may cause burning, pain or other discomfort. Oral lichen planus can't be passed from one person to another. The disorder occurs when the immune system mounts an attack against cells of the oral mucous membranes for unknown reasons. Symptoms can usually be managed, but people who have oral lichen planus need regular monitoring because they may be at risk of developing mouth cancer in the affected areas. The white, lacy patches may not cause discomfort when they appear on the inside of the cheeks. However, symptoms accompanying red, swollen patches and open sores may include burning sensation or pain. Some factors may increase your risk of developing oral lichen planus, such as having a disorder that lowers your immunity or taking certain medications, though more research is needed. In the present review a brief pathophysiology and different treatment approaches are discussed in brief.

Keywords: Oral Lichen planus, immunity, open sores, corticosteroids, nutraceuticles.


2022

Vol 4, No 2 (2022): Hybrid surgery, Saccular aneurysm, Thoracic aortic aneurysm

Authors:- Nima Girawale, Manoj Bhardwaj

Abstract:- Introduction: The process of developing a stronger safety culture, error analysis methodologies, and preventative measures begins with a knowledge of the consequences of remote microscopic diagnostics in surgery, particularly in organ transplantation for the remote assessment of grafts. Even in well-organized transplant systems, it is estimated that 8% to 14% of grafts (G) arriving to recipient hospitals are sick, wounded, damaged, or unsuitable for transplantation. Digital microscopy offers information regarding grafts in Organ Transplant (OT) on a microscopic level, which may lead to a change in their care. This strategy reduces the risk of a defective G arriving to the destination hospital for implantation.Aim: To investigate the ergonomics of Digital Microscopy (DM) using virtual slides, as well as Telemedicine Systems (TS) for Tele-Pathological (TPE) assessment of grafts (G) in organ transplantation (OT).Material and Methods: The ergonomics of DM for microscopic TPE of Renal Graft (RG), Liver Graft (LG), and Pancreatic Graft (PG) tissues are investigated using experimental simulation. This related to the ergonomics of digital microscopy for TPE in OT by using the Virtual Slide (VS) method for graft tissue image acquisition, enabling remote diagnosis of probable microscopic inflammatory and/or neoplastic diseases.Experimentation includes the following steps: a. development of an OTE-TS-like Experimental Telemedicine System (Exp.-TS), and b. simulation of TS integration with VS-based microscopic TPE of RG, LG, and PG using DM. Two specialists simulated the DM-based TPE on 238 human Renal Graft (RG), 172 Liver Graft (LG), and 108 Pancreatic Graft (PG) tissues digital microscopic pictures for inflammatory and neoplastic lesions on four electronic spaces of the four employed TS.Results: A statistical analysis of specialists' responses regarding their ability to accurately diagnose diseased RG, LG, and PG tissues on the electronic space among four TS (A,B,C,D) revealed that DM on TS for TPE in OT is elaborated perfectly on the ES of a Desktop, followed by the ES of the applied Exp.-TS. Tablet and Mobile-Phone ES appear to be considerably dangerous for the use of DM in OT (p.001).Conclusion: To achieve the greatest decrease of mistakes and adverse events related to graft quality, it will be necessary to use human factors engineering to procurement, design, audit, and awareness-raising initiatives. As a result, DM in OT will necessitate an investment in new training, personnel, and other modifications to management operations. The simulation of VS-based TPE with DM of RG, LG, and PG tissues after retrieval appears feasible, dependable, and reliant on the size of the electronic space of the used TS, for remote prevention of diseased grafts from being retrieved and/or sent to the recipient hospital, and for post-grafting and pre-transplant planning.

Keywords:- Organ Transplantation, Tele-Pathology, Digital Microscopy, Virtual Slides.


2019

Vol 1, No 2 (2019): Influence of Acinetobacter in Coming Era

Authors: Dr. S. Sreeremya

Abstract: Acinetobacter baumannii is the Gram-negative bacillus that is aerobic, pleomorphic and non-motile. An opportunistic pathogen, A. baumannii has the high incidence among immunocompromised individuals, particularly those who have experienced the prolonged (> 90 d) hospital stay. Commonly allied with aquatic environments, it has been shown to colonize the skin as well as being isolated in very high numbers from the respiratory and oropharynx secretions of infected individuals. So this paper discusses the various aspects of Acinetobacter baumannii


2023

Vol 5, No 2 (2023): Integrating Behavioral and Environmental Strategies for Effective Health Promotion and Disease Prevention in Diverse Com

Authors:-Ravinder Yadav, S. P Sharma

Abstract:-This paper explores the integration of behavioral and environmental strategies in health promotion and disease prevention, particularly in diverse communities. Recognizing the intricate interplay between individual behaviors and environmental factors, this study emphasizes a holistic approach to public health strategies. It delves into various health behavior theories and environmental frameworks, discussing how these elements can be effectively combined to improve health outcomes. The paper also examines a range of behavioral strategies, including health education and behavioral change models, highlighting their effectiveness through case studies. A comprehensive table summarizing various behavioral interventions and their outcomes is included to provide a clear understanding of these strategies.

Keywords:-Health Promotion, Disease Prevention, Behavioral Strategies, Environmental Strategies, Public Health, Health Behavior Theories, Environmental Health


2021

Vol 3, No 2 (2021): Molecular Iodine: A Novel Broad-Spectrum Antiviral Agent against SARS-Cov-2

Authors: Srikanta Akumalla, Hamsini Hari kumar, Maithri D. B, Aditi S. Jois

Abstract: Corona viruses are a group of RNA viruses that cause respiratory infection in mammals and birds. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has heightened the battle between humans and viruses. At this time, it is critical for everyone to take precautionary measures in order to avoid becoming infected. Physical barriers, such as masks, PPE kits, and face-shields, as well as maintaining social distance, are recommended. Chemical barriers, such as hand sanitizers, sprays, and hand-washes, are also recommended along with vaccinations. Another lesser-known but well-proven method for combating Covid is to use Iodine as an antiviral agent. Iodine has broad-spectrum disinfectant properties. According to laboratory studies, iodine exposure inactivates the SARS virus within few minutes. Iodine can be taken in the form of Povidone-iodine (PVP-I) gargles or Iodine V (available in the form of Essential Iodine Drops) or the use of molecular iodine (I2) in the form of lotion (I2 Cure). Iodine acts on viruses by damaging viral surface proteins and lipid coating. Free iodine can cause irreversible damage to the virus by degrading viral nucleoproteins, oxidising nucleic acids, and disrupting metabolic pathways. Furthermore, free iodine is an anti-inflammatory agent during viral infections because it scavenges free radicals. Iodine's above action results in the inactivation of the cell/viral particle. Although the use of iodine seems as a promising method of inactivating viruses, the effects of long-term exposure to Iodine is not fully evaluated.

The purpose of this paper is to understand a relatively unknown but well-proven mode of disinfection, namely the use of molecular iodine, against Corona virus.

Keywords: COVID, Molecular Iodine, Antiviral agent, Antimicrobial Agent, SARS-CoV-2


2022

Vol 4, No 2 (2022): An Investigation of an Extremely Rare Presentation of Gastroschisis Characterised By Many Skeletal Abnormalities, an Imp

Authors:- Abhishek Lohakare, Shriraj Kulkarni, Sagar Kolekar

Abstract:- Gastroschisis is a rare congenital abdominal wall abnormality that affects the whole thickness of the front abdominal wall. Gastroschisis is one of the most severe types, with a frequency of roughly 1 in 10,000 live births. The deformity is more frequent among young moms under the age of 20. They are often tiny for gestational age and have a high incidence of death. Only 60% make it to the conclusion of the first year. Simple gastroschisis is defined as having an intact intestine, whereas severe gastroschisis has intestinal atresia, perforation, and/or necrosis. It is not usually accompanied with any other congenital abnormalities. We describe a rare instance of gastroschisis with limb abnormalities, kyphosis, talipes equinovarus, imperforate anus, lack of external genitalia, and nipples. This congenitally malformed baby was born at 24 weeks of gestation by a 23-year-old primy and was discovered via ultrasonography.

Keywords:- Gastroschisis; Imperforate Anus; Kyphosis; Talipes Equinovarus.


2019

Vol 1, No 2 (2019): Dust and Allergy

Authors: Dr. S. Sreeremya

Abstract: Dust is a polluting agent which causes major pulmonary disorders which initially starts from coughing to chronic clinical conditions.  It can cause eye infections too. This paper discusses the mode of infections manifested by dust as allergen.

 


2023

Vol 5, No 2 (2023): Revitalizing Primary Health Care for the 21st Century: Innovations and Challenges in Global and Local Contexts

Authors:-Preeti Bhaskar, Kajal Tyagi, Dr. Priyanshi Thakur

Abstract:-This paper delves into the evolving landscape of primary health care (PHC) in the 21st century, highlighting both innovations and challenges that have emerged in global and local contexts. The revitalization of PHC is explored through a comprehensive lens, emphasizing its critical role in achieving universal health coverage and addressing current health care disparities. Key findings reveal significant advancements in technology, patient-centered care models, and health workforce development, alongside persisting challenges such as resource limitations, inequities, and the impact of global health emergencies like the COVID-19 pandemic. The paper synthesizes these elements, offering a nuanced understanding of how PHC has adapted to contemporary demands and what further transformations are necessary. The major conclusions underscore the need for robust policy interventions, enhanced community engagement, and sustainable healthcare practices to reinforce PHC's foundation. The implications of this study are vital for policymakers, healthcare practitioners, and global health advocates, providing a roadmap for strengthening PHC systems worldwide.

Keywords:-Primary Health Care, 21st Century Healthcare, Global Health, Local Health Systems, Healthcare Innovation, Health Care Challenges


2021

Vol 3, No 2 (2021): Treating Diseases like Inflammation and Arthritis with Different Biological Extracts to Help the Body

Authors: Rohit singh Dhanwai, Hemant Kumar

Abstract: Inflammation and the arthritis are the two most irremovable diseases which affect human life at the time of old age. Different preventive measures from all parts of the world are taken into consideration, so that effective and constructible care and a balanced medicine could be made against the concerned bodily arrays. As per the allopathic medicines are taken into consideration they furnish some relief, but only up-to the use of the medicines. But nowadays scientists showed their interest towards the utilisation of medicinal plants against almost all types of diseases. Similarly the present study was carried out about the three medicinal plants viz, Artemisia maritima, Capsicum annuum, Juglans regia against inflammation and arthritis. Among the three plants Juglans regia oil was found most effective against inflammation and arthritis followed by capsicum annum. Also among various extracts  of the concerned plants more polar solvents extracts proved to be more effective as compared to less polar solvent extracts.

Keywords:Arthritis, Capsicum Annuum, Juglans Regia, Artemisia Maritima, Inflammation


2022

Vol 4, No 2 (2022): A Clinical and Functional Studies of the Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems in Adolescents with ADS in Context with

Authors:- Saudagar Kadam, Sachin Navghare, Sanjay Hingmire

Abstract:- Based on the findings of clinical and functional tests of the circulatory and respiratory systems in adolescents with ADS, depending on the existence of prenatal pathology, this study was created. To determine the aspects of the respiratory system and heart activity in children with autonomic dysfunctions based on gender. We looked at 243 adolescents aged 12 to 18 who had clinically and laboratory-instrumentally verified autonomic nerve system abnormalities - autonomic dystonia syndrome. Signs of cardiac dysfunction were shown to be more common in adolescents with ADS who had a history of prenatal disease, mainly in males. The likelihood of developing bronchial patency violations was discovered in adolescents with ADS who had a history of prenatal pathology, with females being at a higher risk.

Keywords:- Adolescents, Autonomic disorders, Perinatal pathology.


2020

Vol 2, No 1 (2020): Challenges and Opportunities for Covid-19 Management: An Outbreak

Authors:-Ramandeep Saini, N.S. Gill1, Yash Prashar Manoj Kumar Katual, Gurfateh Singh,S. L. Harikumar

 

Abstract:-Corona virus disease 2019 (COVID-19), an infectious disease caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome corona virus 2(SARS-CoV-2). The disease was first identified in 2019 in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei, China, and has since spread globally, resulting in the 2019–20 corona virus pandemic. Common symptoms include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Other symptoms may include muscle pain, sputum production, diarrhoea, sore throat, and loss of smell and taste. While the majority of cases result in mild symptoms, some progress to pneumonia and multi-organ failure. As of 25 March 2020, the overall rate of deaths per number of diagnosed cases is 4.5 percent, but it in fact ranges from 0.2 percent to 15 percent according to age group and other health problems. The virus is typically spread during close contact and via respiratory droplets produced when people cough or sneeze. Respiratory droplets may be produced during breathing but it is not considered airborne. It may also spread when one touches a contaminated surface and then their face. It is most contagious when people are symptomatic, although spread may be possible before symptoms appear. The virus can live on surfaces up to 72 hours. Time from exposure to onset of symptoms is generally between two and fourteen days, with an average of five days. The standard method of diagnosis is by reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (rRT-PCR) from a nasopharyngeal swab. The infection can also be diagnosed from a combination of symptoms, risk factors and a chest CT scan showing features of pneumonia. Recommended measures to prevent infection include frequent hand washing, social distancing (maintaining physical distance from others, especially from those with symptoms), covering coughs and sneezes with a tissue or inner elbow, and keeping unwashed hands away from the face. The use of masks is recommended by some national health authorities for those who suspect they have the virus and their caregivers, but not for the general public, although simple cloth masks may be used by those who desire them. There is no vaccine or specific antiviral treatment forCOVID-19. Management involves treatment of symptoms, supportive care, isolation, and experimental measures. The World Health Organization (WHO) declared the 2019–20 corona virus outbreak a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC) on 30 January 2020and a pandemic on 11 March 2020. Local transmission of the disease has been recorded in many countries across all six WHO regions.


2023

Vol 5, No 2 (2023): Unraveling the Pathogenic Mechanisms of Zika Virus: Implications for Vaccine Development and Therapeutic Strategies

Authors:-Alok Tiwari,  Prashant Mathur

Abstract:-This research paper provides an in-depth analysis of the pathogenic mechanisms of the Zika virus (ZIKV) and its implications for vaccine and therapeutic development. Zika virus, a mosquito-borne flavivirus, has emerged as a significant global health concern due to its rapid spread and association with neurological disorders such as microcephaly in infants and Guillain-Barré syndrome in adults. This study aimed to elucidate the molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying Zika virus pathogenesis. We employed a combination of virological, molecular biology, and immunological techniques, including the use of various viral strains and cell lines, RNA sequencing, and protein assays. Our findings offer novel insights into the virus-host interactions, particularly how ZIKV evades immune responses and induces pathogenesis. These insights are pivotal for informing the development of effective vaccines and antiviral therapies. The study significantly contributes to the understanding of ZIKV biology and lays the groundwork for future research in combating this global health threat.

Keywords:-Zika Virus, Pathogenesis, Vaccine Development, Antiviral Therapies, Viral Mechanisms


2021

Vol 3, No 2 (2021): Current Therapeutic Options for Parkinson's disease and the Role of Proinflammatory Cytokines

Authors: Priyam Jain, Yogesh Kirar, Sameer Thakur

Abstract: In Parkinson's disease, dopaminergic neurons in the substantia nigra region of the brain gradually degenerate, resulting in a progressive loss of function. Because the origin of this disease is unclear, treatment is symptomatic and ineffective in terms of slowing the progression of the condition. Recent research, on the other hand, has established a clear link between neuroinflammation and proinflammatory cytokines and the pathophysiology of several diseases. A discussion of the relationship between proinflammatory cytokines and the pathophysiology of Parkinson's disease is presented in this paper, which also considers current therapy options that target these pathways.

Keywords: Parkinson's disease; Neurodegenerative disease; Neuroinflammation; Current approaches; Proinflammatory cytokines


2022

Vol 4, No 2 (2022): A Crucial Role of Diatoms in Forensic Investigations in the Crime Scene of Haryana -A Case Study

Author:- Ayushi Khandelwal

Abstarct:- Diatoms, the most common kind of phytoplankton, are a large genus of eukaryotic algae found in a wide range of aquatic settings. These are important for connecting suspects and victims to crime scenes in or near water. When a person drowns, water is breathed into the lungs and into the circulatory system, therefore any diatoms present in the drowning medium can eventually make their way into internal organs such as a drowning victim's bone marrow, spleen, and brain. Any diatom detected in these organs would thus indicate ante mortem water inhalation, implying that drowning was either a cause or a contributing factor to death. One of the most significant challenges in the research of drowning in the past has been the search for a sensitive, precise, and simply applied test for the cause of death. As a result, the diatom test has emerged as the most important laboratory method for detecting drowning. In the current study, five drowning cases were investigated using the "Diatom Test" in the forensic science laboratory in Madhuban, Haryana (India). Four of these instances were determined to be positive for drowning, while one was judged to be negative.

Keywords:- Diatoms; Diatom Test; Drowning.


2020

Vol 2, No 2 (2020): A Comprehensive Literature Review of Coronavirus Pandemic: Therapeutic Options and Possible Lessons from SARS-CoV

Authors: P. S. Meher, Dr. J.R. Rao

Abstract: There are new public health emergencies debilitating the world with the spread of the coronavirus disease in 2019. This presents an inventive challenge to identify useful drugs for therapy. A new coronavirus was found in China, Wuhan city, in December 2019. A causative agent earlier termed COVID-19 by WHO. It affects the lower respiratory tract and explicit as pneumonia in humans. The disease is transferred by inhalation or in contact with infected surfaces. The evaluation and exposure to the pathogenic organism period of the virus is between 2 to 14 days. The common symptoms observed usually are cough, fever, fatigue and sore throat, among others. The number of people is asymptomatic. The present review includes in detail information of virus, its epidemiology, symptoms, diagnostic tests, prevention, some useful therapies and drugs which may be effective in treatment.


2024

Vol 6, No 1 (2024): A Review on Diagnosis and Management of Parkinson's Disease

Authors: Saurabh Bhilare, Sayali Chavan, Pooja Kadam, Vivekkumar Redasani

Abstract: Movement disorders include conditions like Parkinson's disease (PD). It occurs when the brain's nerve cells don't create enough dopamine, a neurotransmitter. Environmental chemical exposure may be a factor. People with the condition may experience difficulty walking, communicating, or performing basic tasks as their symptoms worsen. Since PD cannot be diagnosed with a lab test, diagnosis might be challenging. To diagnose it, medical professionals look at neurological symptoms and medical history. The field of PD management is expanding and aims to develop both novel and enhanced treatment approaches. Physicians can now treat patient-specific issues as they emerge in addition to the primary motor symptoms of Parkinson's disease (PD) thanks to pharmaceutical, surgical, and therapy interventions. This review addresses the current and established options for treating Parkinson's disease (PD) that can offer patient-specific care and lessen adverse effects from standard medicines.

Keywords: Parkinson’s disease, Epidemiology, Diagnosis, Parkinson’s treatment


2021

Vol 3, No 2 (2021): The Use of Natural Remedies for the Treatment of Leukaemia

Authors: Dr. Sharad Tiwari, Devanshu Sharma

Abstract: A case of leukaemia, which was effectively treated using homoeopathic drugs, is described. The treatment regimen includes medications that were prescribed based on the patient's mental symptoms, disease-specific symptoms, and therapy methods. Bone marrow aspiration and trephine biopsy were used to make the diagnosis, which was followed by a regular complete blood count test. The patient has fully recovered from leukaemia and is in good health at this time. Clinical trials involving this homoeopathic therapy procedure are required in order to investigate the therapeutic potential of these drugs in the treatment of leukaemia, according to the authors.

Keywords:Childhood cancer; White blood cells; Juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia


2023

Vol 5, No 1 (2023): Precision Medicine in Pathology: Revolutionizing Diagnostic and Therapeutic Approaches

Authors: Karishma Soni, Divya Verma

Abstract: Precision medicine has emerged as a transformative approach in healthcare, with significant implications for the field of pathology. Pathology plays a crucial role in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases, and precision medicine has revolutionized these processes by incorporating individual genetic and molecular characteristics into decision-making. This paper provides an overview of precision medicine in pathology, highlighting its principles, applications, challenges, and future prospects. By harnessing the power of genomics, proteomics, and advanced technologies, precision medicine has the potential to enhance patient outcomes, optimize treatment strategies, and advance personalized medicine.

Keywords: Precision medicine, pathology, genomics, molecular profiling, biomarkers, personalized medicine, cancer, infectious diseases, genetic disorders, pharmacogenomics, data integration, artificial intelligence.


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