Volume 3

Issue 3


Preeclampsia, remaining one of the most frequent and dangerous complications of pregnancy and childbirth for many years, is one of the main causes of maternal perinatal morbidity and mortality[4]. In Russia, despite the decline in the absolute number of births observed in the last decade, the frequency of preeclampsia increases from year to year, reaching 16-21%[1]. In recent years, the frequency of combined preeclampsia has increased (about 70%) [ 2].
DOI: 10.55920/IJCIMR.2022.03.001130

Scorpion sting induced Myocarditis, Hyperpyrexia and convulsion: - A Case report

Scorpion envenomation is a public health problem, common in certain areas of the world including Middle East, Latin America, Asia and Africa. In tropical and sub-tropical regions, scorpion stings are considered one of the most important health challenges. (4) In 2018, WHO reported that the truth of scorpion sting envenoming is not known because many cases do not seek medical attention and envenoming accidents occur in villages of tropical and subtropical countries, it has been estimated that there are approximately 1.23 million stings per year. (9) Scientists are very keen on treating, reporting and studying the snake bite than scorpion envenoming. (4, 7) Scorpion sting is ignored because of unknown prevalence and high number of low income countries.
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Stress, Resilience, and Self-efficacy among University/College Students during COVID-19 pandemic

From the initial phase of covid 19 pandemic ,globally the economical, psychosocial, occupational and academic domains have been adversely affected where prevention of spread of disease through lockdowns has further restricted the general this period of chaos, the daily life activities especially have been negatively changed where many higher institutions carried on online learning to ensure effective academic deliverance despite being inexperienced in this new mode of teaching. UNICEF revealed that 90% of countries employed broadcast and digital learning during this pandemic [1,2,3], according to United Nations
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Investigation of Demographic Characteristics of Essential Hypertension Patients Admitted to Cumhuriyet University Health Services Practice and Research Hospital

Hypertension (HT) is an important health problem that causes many serious events such as early mortality, decreased quality of life and increased health expenditures (1). If HT cannot be treated successfully due to the clinical picture it creates, it causes serious organ damage (2,3). When the demographic characteristics of hypertensive individuals are examined, it is seen that blood pressure is affected by factors such as geographical, ethnic and gender (4). It is recommended that those with a history of diabetes or cardiovascular disease are among the most risky groups for the development of HT, and that people with at least one of these diseases should be screened regularly for HT (5).
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Postpartum Hemorrhage Complicated by Pan-hypopituitarism: Sheehan’s Syndrome; Case Report, 2022

Sheehan's syndrome is hypopituitarism due to postpartum ischemic necrosis of the pituitary gland and was first described in 1937 by Sheehan [1]. It is rare complication which occurs in 1 out of every 100,000 births globally and is the most common cause of hypopituitarism in low- or middle-income countries [2, 3]. The prevalence is much high- er in developing countries, as high as 3.1% in India where more than half of the affected individuals had home deliveries [4].
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Exuberant molluscum contagiosum in HIV disease

A 36-year-old female presented with multiple skin-colored nodules around the eyes associated with difficulty in vision from right eye for five months (Panel A and B). She also gave history of significant weight loss. There was no history of high-risk sexual behavior, intravenous drug abuse, or blood transfusion. Bedside Tzanck smear showed multiple Henderson Peterson bodies. Lab investigations revealed HIV positive status with a CD4 count of 98 cells/μl. She was diagnosed as giant molluscum contagiosum (MC) in a HIV positive patient.
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The Different Locations for collecting blood sample from the heart of Red Sokoto GOAT- A Clinical Approach

In Nigeria, goats are the most numerous of all types of livestock numbering about 27.6 million (FOS, 1986). The animals are primarily for meat production. The Federal Ministry of Agriculture (FMA, 1981) estimated that goats contributed about 17 per cent (65 000 tonnes) of the total meat supply in Nigeria. Of the three breeds of goats in Nigeria Red Sokoto is the predominant and the most widely used and distributed breed in the northern savannah belts of the country (Ngere et al, 1984).
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Modeling of heat transfer and Hydraulic Resistance of an intensified Turbu-lent flow of liquid or gas in pipes with annular Turbulators

The problem of reducing the mass and size heat exchangers is urgent. Enhancement of convective heat transfer processes is a promising means for solving this problem. At present, different methods of heat transfer enhancement in channels have been proposed and studied. Heat transfer in tubes at flow of heat-carries with constant thermal properties in conditions of heat transfer enhancement is simulated on the basis of a four-layer scheme of turbulent flow. From numer- ous results of the previous researches it is known, that at the definite depth of cavities roughness (smaller than 20 thicknesses of a viscous sublayer), i.e. at regime of a developed roughness, the fixed vortical flow with regular vortexes is observed
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Medication Adherence: Fact or Fictions?

Proper use of medicine or taking medicine in correct order is essential to cure any disease. According to the WHO, lack of adherence to treatment regimens leads to major problems among patients, mostly with chronic illnesses. "Right administration" depends on at least 5 right factors--right patient, right drug, right time, right dose and right route [1]. "Medicines won't work if you don't take it right"--This simple fact is not understood by most people in the world, as a result still more than half of the patients with chronic diseases in the developed world do not take their medicine correctly-says WHO [2].
DOI: 10.55920/IJCIMR.2022.03.001122

Steatohepatitic variant of Hepatocellular Carcinoma. “Wolf in a sheep’s clothing” - A Case report and review of literature

HCC is the most common malignant tumour of the liver accounting for 85-90% of all primary liver cancers.1 HCC shows an increasing incidence worldwide in both the developed and developing nations.2 It is the fifth most common cancer and the second most frequent cause of cancer mortality.3 The prevalence of HCC is high in Asia and Africa when compared to rest of the world.1 Etiological association with chronic viral hepatitis (HBV and HCV) and ALD (alcoholic liver disease) are well documented.2 Recently, NAFLD and NASH (non-alcoholic steatohepatitis) have also been implicated in the development of cirrhosis and HCC.4 Several co-factors like genetic susceptibility,
DOI: 10.55920/IJCIMR.2022.03.001121