Depression, Anxiety, and Stress among Health Science Students Belonging to Non-affluent Families

Introduction: Health science students face tremendous stress in psychological, academic, and existential areas as they progress through their education. A medical student who is put in a new school with a changing teaching schedule may require coping methods. The goal

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Prescribing Pattern of Antidiabetic Drugs amongst Pre-obese Diabetic Patients in a Tertiary Care Hospital, India

Background: In order to improve prescription quality and promote logical prescribing patterns, it is unavoidable to look into the elements that influence doctors’ prescribing habits. Prescribers can benefit from feedback on drug prescription and consumption patterns in order to enhance

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A Cross-sectional Study on Measurement of Experienced Burnout among Health Care Professionals in Saudi Hospitals in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

The goal of this study was to determine the prevalence and causes of burnout among health care professionals (HCPs) in four Saudi Arabian hospitals. Burnout is a mental disease induced by the breakdown of coping mechanisms used to deal with

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Determination of Nasopharyngeal Carriage of Streptococcus pneumoniae and Response to the Pneumococcal Polysaccharide Vaccine in Children with Recurrent Infections

In asymptomatic patients, nasopharyngeal carriage of Streptococcus pneumoniae plays an important role in pneumococcal transmission and usually precedes invasive pneumococcal illness (IPD). The impact of nasopharyngeal pneumococcal carriage on pneumococcal vaccine antibody response has yet to be determined. The goal

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Total Quality Management [TQM] in Hospitals – Challenges, Barriers and Implementation Developing a Framework for TQM Implementation in Hospitals

In the last few decades, quality management has become a major concern in hospitals. Government legislation, customer influence, and hospital management initiatives have all contributed to a greater focus on quality. Managing hospitals in a competitive market with minimal help

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Study on Security and Privacy in Healthcare Data Mining

Reviewing the fundamentals, components, and principles of healthcare information used to mine data, as well as applicable laws and regulations, to manage the privacy and security of healthcare information used to mine data. A literature analysis on technological concerns in

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Determining Awareness among Medicine and Nursing Units: Ethical and Social Aspects of Organ Donation from a Living Donor Based on Altruistic Motives in Israel and How the Various Religious and Their Members Change Regarding Saving Lives in the Context of Organ Donation

The authors of this study were sceptical that the dangers of live kidney donation had been well researched and sufficiently protected against. The goal of this study was to investigate the rigour and safety of Israel’s current live donation process.

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Simulations of Infectious Disease Propagation II: Herd Immunity Examined

The findings of simulations of an infectious disease’s spread are provided. The idea of “Herd Immunity” (HI) is frequently cited in managing and controlling the development of infectious diseases, such as Covid-19, when the disease’s propagation will diminish to a

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Determination Factors Associated with Psychological Outcomes of Healthcare Workers during the COVID-19 Pandemic and its Effects on Quality of Life

The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic is putting healthcare workers (HCWs) under a lot of stress, which is hurting their quality of life (QoL). The goal of this study is to examine in depth the primary determinants linked to psychological

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A Review on Xenobiotics: The Impact of SARS-CoV-2 on the Evolutionary Development of Human

This is a topic that will be discussed in the analytical section of this article, where South Africans’ priorities for HIV/AIDS and health will be compared. This study examines the characteristics that predicted respondents’ selection of HIV/AIDS as an important

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