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Capsicum Protects Against Rotenone-Induced Toxicity in Mice Brain Via Reduced Oxidative Stress and 5-Lipoxygenase Activation
Objective: Is to investigate the effect of Capsicum annuum L extract for its ability to prevent neuronal degeneration in rotenone intoxicated mice.
Methods: Rotenone 1.5 mg/kg was subcutaneously given three times per week for two consecutive weeks...Read More
Aspirin is one of the widely-used, cheap and over-the-counter available non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. It has anti-platelet, analgesic and anti-pyretic effects which can result in its indiscriminate ingestion. The liver is the organ of drug metabolism, bio-reg...Read More
Acute appendicitis and diverticulitis of the colon are the most frequently identified surgical causes of portal vein thrombosis. Germs cause septic thrombosis when they come into contact with the venous endothelium, which can extend to the portal vein resulting in a p...Read More
Incidence, Management and Outcome of Atonic Postpartum Haemorrhage at Tertiary Care Hospital
Aim: To study incidence, management and outcome of atonic postpartum haemorrhage.
Methods: Cross sectional study design. Analysis of delivery data of one year at Pravara Rural Hospital.
Results: There ...Read More
Full Recovery of the Patient With Bell’s Palsy Within Two to Six Weeks After Single Course of Pulsed Electromagnetic Therapy-Case Reports
Bell’s palsy (BP) is the one of the most common causes of facial nerve neuropathy cause facial paralysis. Etiology of the BP is not known. Diagnosis made according to anamnestic data and clinical examination. Other pathology as CVA, Lyme disease, viral infection...Read More
Dig and Chop Modified Nuclear Disassembly Technique for Hard Cataract
Introduction: Phacoemulsification (phaco) in hard cataracts remains a challenge and many modified techniques have been described to facilitate nuclear disassembly in these cases. This study was conducted to describe and evaluate the modified dig and chop technique for...Read More
Analysis of Therapeutic Efficacy of Clinically Applied Varnish
Purpose: Our study aims to evaluate and analyze the effect of a mineralizing varnish on the progression of the initial caries of the enamel in the primary dentition.
Materials and methods: Subject of observation - there are 200 chi...Read More
The Birds and the Bees: Do Puerto Rican Mothers and Daughters Talk about Sex?
Introduction: Effective communication skills that foster responsible sexual decisions are known to have the potential to reduce the risky adolescent sexual behavior. It is well understood that maternal communication is a key element in modifying the adolescent sexual ...Read More
Petroleum spills and other sources of hydrocarbons contamination represent risks for society. Regardless of whether oil is stranded on a shoreline, spilled from a pipeline, or leaked from underground storage tanks, the same physical and chemical properties characteriz...Read More
Introduction: Despite childhood immunisation services being free in South Africa, Tshwane sub-district 2 continues to have the lowest vaccine coverage rate of all the Tshwane sub-districts in Gauteng province which is below the 90% national target. For measles, the im...Read More