Medical Science

Editor Papa Research January 10, 2020

Preeclampsia is defined as new onset hypertension and albuminuria in previously normotensive pregnant women after 20 weeks of pregnancy. There is no cure; management is reliant on a structured antenatal surveillance programme and antihypertensives. Recent advances in immune histochemistry study of placenta have elucidated an increased Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF) expression in various placental […]

Editor Papa Research January 10, 2020

The objective of the paper was to describe the concept Early Breastfeeding Initiation (EBFI). Early breastfeeding initiation (EBFI) is recommended within the first hour following giving birth as a simple strategy in enhancing neonatal health and survival. Despite the clear definition by [WHO] on EBFI, some variations still exists across board on what exactly EBFI […]

Editor Papa Research January 10, 2020

Aims: The purpose here was to investigate for the first time effects following five-weeks of a complementary medicine intervention or mindfulness-based intervention (MBSR) in cancer patients with chronic pain. Specifically, psychological inflexibility in pain, pain self-efficacy, and expressive suppression were investigated for the first time in breast cancer patients with cancer-related pain. Study Design: One […]

Editor Papa Research January 10, 2020

Neuroleptic malignant syndrome is a rare life-threatening condition, usually induced by typical and atypical antipsychotics. A middle-aged woman with bipolar disorder and acute back pain due to multiple falls was admitted to the trauma ward of a general hospital. After 3 days, she suddenly developed signs and symptoms of neuroleptic malignant syndrome possibly caused by […]

Editor Papa Research January 10, 2020

In the aftermath of typhoon Haiyan which struck Philippines in 2013, the World Health Organization Philippines in collaboration with the Philippine government acted to improve access to mental healthcare in affected regions. Eastern Visayas with population 4, 3 million had merely four psychiatrists and seven generalists providing mental health care. It was selected as a […]

Editor Papa Research January 10, 2020

This study aims to review recently published clinical presentation on the effectiveness and impact of current therapy for low back pain (LBP) during pregnancy. This would help to build an information background and determine the necessity for future research on the development of an effective means for reducing pregnant low back pain. View Books: http://bp.bookpi.org/index.php/bpi/catalog/book/118

Editor Papa Research January 10, 2020

Tuberculosis (TB) is a deadly tropical disease that is mainly caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis. The pathogen is known to invade and replicate inside the host’s macrophage. Due to the emerging dilemma of multi-drug resistant TB and extensively-drug resistant TB, the exigency for finding new TB drugs is an obligation now. Among the propitious anti-tubercular agents […]

Editor Papa Research January 10, 2020

Adipose tissue is considered as an active endocrine organ that releases a large number of adipokines modulating blood pressure, glucose and lipid metabolism, inflammation, and atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis has been found linked with various traditional and novel risk actors. This chapter describe the updated review of published literature and present research findings describing the linkage of […]

Editor Papa Research January 10, 2020

Gangrene of the intestines is a rare complication in pregnancy. Intestinal obstruction and ischemic bowel diseases are common causes of gangrene of the intestines in pregnancy. Adhesion bands can cause intestinal obstruction while arterial occlusion, venous thrombosis, and vasculitis are some causes of ischemic bowel disease. We present a case of small intestinal gangrene in […]

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