About J Med Res Prac
Journal of Medical Research and Practice ISSN: 2162-6391(P); 2162-6375(E) started in year 2011 with an objective to promote the important advancement in medical and dental Sciences for better of public health.
The journal is an international; peer reviewed with full text available online at www.jmrp.info. The journal allows free access to its contents and allows authors to self archive of final accepted and published articles.
The journal publish high quality medical and dentistry research in the form of original articles, review articles, case reports/study, short communication, overview and letter to the editor that reflects an important advances in clinical and basic studies of all aspects of medical , bio-medical and dental sciences in human, animal and cell-line studies.
All disciplines of medicine, medical research, preventive medicine, epidemiology, dentistry, nursing, and healthcare research. Submissions include interventional trials reports, evidence-based medical research reports, meta-analyses, observational studies, retrospective and prospective studies, and other clinical studies.
Paper consideration criteria
The submitted should be original with appropriate and standard methodology, results should be unambiguous supported with data/photographs, conclusions should be reasonable and based on the findings, the topic should be of Medical, Dental and biomedical interest and findings should be of clinical significance. Papers involving human and animals should be ethically cleared by the local ethical committees.
Manuscript should be prepared in accordance with the Guidelines set by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) as uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted to biomedical journals.
Journal Ethics: Journal follows the standards of ethical behavior at all stages of the publication process. We follow and suggest author to follow the publication ethics guidelines by International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) and World Association of Medical Editors (WAME).
J Med Res Prac's Objectives Objective
To promote the important advances in medical sciences for betterment of the public health
1. To maintain the highest editorial integrity.
2. To publish peer-reviewed medical research on a diverse range of medical topics.
3. To foster medical research and debate on important issues of medical and dental Sciences that affect health care and policy.
4. To implement high quality of publication technologies.
5. To inform reader of medical and dental sciences on various aspects of medicine and public health.
6. To assist physicians and dental surgeons with the publication about latest happening in the multiple areas of medical and dental sciences.
7. To provide physicians and dental surgeons with continuing medical education to support informed clinical decisions.
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Upper abdominal surgery (UAS) and associated general anaesthesia have adverse impact on the respiratory system. Alveolar collapse may result from decreased lung volumes that result from reduced diaphragmatic activity and ventilatory response. Atelectasis and sequential closure of airways were observed to increase bacterial colonization due to both reduced function of alveolar surfactant and macrophage which may lead to the risk of pneumonia. Acute respiratory failure due to many perioperative and postoperative factors is one of the most common reasons for post- operative intensive care unit (ICU) admission. Moreover, intubated patient may suffer lack of cough effectiveness and consequently mucociliary clearance which may be associated with retention of bronchial secretions and increased risk of pulmonary infection.Read more
Tocotrienols: Molecular Aspects Beyond Its Antioxidant Activity
Tocotrienols are the lesser-known components of the vitamin E family. Vitamin E family represent eight different isomers that belong to two classes: tocopherols and tocotrienols. Numerous studies have been done to compare the properties of tocotrienols with those of tocopherols and it was found that some biological activities were demonstrated to be unique for tocotrienols. Tocotrienols are the active components of many plants including annatto, rice bran, and palm. Research has been mostly focused on examining the antioxidant properties and cell signaling activities of tocopherols and tocotrienols. Although the antioxidative capability of tocotrienols is higher than that of tocopherols, tocotrienols show a lower bioavailability after oral administration. In this review, recent developments in the understanding of the molecular targets of the tocotrienols beyond their antioxidant activity are elaborated.Html
*Acute response of manual hyperinflation technique on airway secretion clearance in postoperative Intubated patients.Html
*A 5 Year review of Hepatitis B & C viral infection in person living with HIV in north-east Nigeria.Html
Picroside II could reduce the concentration of H2O2 and enhance the activity of CAT in cerebral ischemic injury in rats.Link
Eosinophilic appendicitis: Case report of five cases & review of literature.Link
Formulation development of orally retentive antimalarial lozenges for pediatric patients.Link
Extra corporeal shock wave therapy is superior to ultrasound in the treatment of lateral epicondylitis: an experimental study.Link
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Vol 5, No 1 (2016): March
Table of Contents
Study of 100 Cases of Out come of Peritonitis Patients Due to Intestinal Perforation Depending on Various Clinical and Bio Chemical Parametres