Evaluation of ELISA and Microscopy to Diagnose Intestinal Parasitic Infections in Patients of Pediatric Age Group: A Comparative Approach

Background: Intestinal parasite infections (IPIs) are a serious public health concern in most regions of the world, particularly in developing and underdeveloped nations. Parasites such as Giardia lamblia, Entamoeba histolytica, Ascaris lumbricoides, and…

Study on Sex Differentiation by Foot Measurements in North Indian Population

Background: Forensic professionals have always had a difficult time identifying victims from mangled and disfigured human remains. This dilemma arises in situations such as mass disasters, explosions, and assaults, where the body is…

The Importance of Anterior Segment Reconstruction after Severe Bilateral Open Globe Injury for Visual Acuity Outcome – Case Report

One of the most common causes of vision loss and blindness is open globe injury. Initial visual acuity, the presence of a relative afferent pupillary deficit, the mechanism and degree of the injury,…

The Way Forward for Elective Surgery in Developing Countries: Day Case Surgery

The notion of day case surgery, which is widely used all over the world, is based on the well-established principle of ambulating surgical patients as soon as possible. The industrialised and underdeveloped worlds…

Main Steps of Doing Research and Development in Public Health: An Observational Study

Academics are continually updating and developing research methodologies as the quality of research and development rises. This provides a foundation for innovation to continue forward. The goal of this article is to define…

Techniques of Writing Chapter 1 for Research and Development in Public Health

The main structure of general research and research and development is similar, but there are some internal details that must point out the state of the research problem by showing information confirming the…

Determination of Diabetes and Dyslipidemia Goals in the Management of Diabetes

Diabetes Type I and Type II have an increased risk of early atherosclerotic CVD, such as CHD and PAD [1], and it is well known that glucose control improves TG levels and cholesterol-lowering…

Economical and Evidence Based “A Single Test Procedure” for Diagnosing GDM is Likely to be Globally Relevant

In pregnant women, an OGTT is performed by measuring plasma glucose in fasting or non-fasting conditions after ingesting 75 grammes of glucose for 2 hours (Monohydrate Dextrose Anhydrous). The Indian Guidelines (DIPSI Test)…

Balantidium coli Presence in Human Urine Sample: A Mere Coincidence or More

Balantidium coli (B. coli) is a low-virulence trophic ciliate that causes dysentery in humans. In nature, the organism is cosmopolitan and can be found wherever pigs are prevalent. In underdeveloped areas, where water…

Epidemiology of Prostate Cancer in Saudi Arabia

Problem identification: Prostate cancer has become more common around the world in recent years as understanding and tools for early detection of cancer have improved. Prostate cancer is the second most frequent cancer…

Neuroimmunochemistry: A Short Review

Neuroimmunochemistry is a difficult field to master. Understanding the role of immune cells and manipulating them to improve neurodegenerative disease outcomes will be epigenetic medicine’s defining feature. The use of an immunologic strategy…

Study on Neonatal, Pediatric General and Cardiac Anaesthesia in Bari Pediatric Hospital, Italy

The goal of this study is to give a broad review of the most disputed areas of clinical therapeutic help in neonatal and paediatric general and cardiothoracic surgery, as well as pre- and…

Subclinical and Adolescent Varicocele

Normal clinical examination and Doppler Ultrasound imaging are used to diagnose sub-clinical varicocele (SCV). SCV was reported to be present in 10–15 percent of infertile patients. SCV is a prevalent cause of initial…

Determinants of Perinatal Morbidity and Mortality Due to Preterm Deliveries in a Referral Hospital, in Rural India, a Cross Sectional Study

Preterm birth is the most serious problem in modern obstetrics, and it is the primary cause of 24 percent of neonatal fatalities, according to the World Health Organization. Despite having the highest number…

Lymph Node Yield in Open vs. Laparoscopic Surgery for Colorectal Cancer: A Retrospective Observational Study

The goal of this study is to compare the lymph node yield between open and laparoscopic techniques for oncological excision using 12 lymph nodes as a reference. In the last decade of surgery’s…

Case Report on Congenital Penile Epidermal Cyst in a Rare Location

We present a case of a congenital penile cyst in a middle-aged man who had no prior penile surgery or damage. A cyst on the epidermis can arise anywhere on the body. It…