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JOURNALS

Asploro Journal of Biomedical and Clinical Case Reports
A triannual international, open access, peer-reviewed journal published by Asploro. It will mainly consider any original case report that expands the field of Biomedical and Clinical knowledge, and original research relating to case reports.
Asploro Journal of Pediatrics and Child Health

An international, peer-reviewed open access journal in which it addresses not only health related issues (disease, infection, genetic disorder, growth impairment etc.), but also aims to cover topics related to the physical, emotional and social well-being of children.

Diabetes Research: Open Access
An Open Access Journal which releases Scholarly Articles featuring the content about Diabetes and Endocrinology. The extent of the journal incorporates endocrine organs, hormonal discharges, hormonal receptors and the hormone controlled metabolic pathways. It also includes the clinical investigation of disorders related to Diabetes.
Journal of Health Care and Research
Journal of Health Care and Research is an Triannual Publication. It is dedicated to the production of commitments in all fields of exploratory and connected inquires about health sciences. The editors welcome unique commitments that have not been published and are not under thought somewhere else.

Latest Papers

Author(s): Younes I, Elkattawy S*, Noori M, Posimreddy S
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Unfortunately, 35 million people worldwide suffer from drug use disorder while only one in seven people receive treatment. The health impacts combined with the socioeconomic burden of drug abuse are too numerous to count. It is well known that all organ systems are adversely affected by drug use including but not limited to the cardiovascular, respiratory, neurological, and renal. We will focus our attention on the effects of Methamphetamines on the cardiovascular system. Methamphetamines are known to be highly addictive stimulants with significant cardiovascular implications. We have gathered information from the literature available on methamphetamine-associated cardiomyopathy (MACM) and will discuss a case of a 58-year-old male, with no past medical history, who presented with dyspnea secondary to MACM.

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An 88-year-old male presented for a routine transthoracic echocardiogram. Dilated coronary sinus was noted, raising the suspicion for persistent left superior venous cava (PLSVC). An agitated saline study from the left upper extremity demonstrated a flow through the coronary sinus into the right ventricle in a parasternal long-axis view. A venogram from the right internal jugular vein showed the PLSVC drained into a much dilated coronary sinus (CS) that connected to the right atrium. The right superior vena cava was absent. PLSVC along with absent right superior vena cava is rare and the inadvertent CS cannulation may result in vessel perforation.

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Author(s): Rasso A*, Chaoui R, Elloudi S, Baybay H, Mernissi FZ

Tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC) is a rare genetic disorder that affects about 1 in 5000 individuals worldwide. It does can affect many organs, leading to benign tumors presenting preferentially in the skin, brain, and kidneys. We report the case of a young man with cutaneous angiofibromes who is incidentally diagnosed with renal angiomyolipoma. Tuberous sclerosis complex is a rare disease with multi-organic disorders, some of which are severe and often asymptomatic`. The role of the doctor is to make a good clinical and paraclinical examination and a good follow-up of these patients in order to save and improve their quality of life.

Take an animal, birds, and fish chopped bile juice and mixed it with 50% Bile juice and 50% ethyl alcohol/rectified spirit and shake well in a bottle and keep it for 12 hours. After 12 hours all particles will sit at the bottom and we can use 1 drop upper site extract by oral administration. Repeated dose along with other drugs, it can develop immunity because I use it and found fruitful result in cough cold and digestion. I hope that it will kill all kinds of Virus and people will recover from this deadly virus. It is my humble request to the WHO and every Government agency to experiment on this topic and save the world by COVID-19.

We can use 50% ethyl alcohol and 50% bile juice and mix and give to critical patients for the experiment. I have attached the report from the Central Drug Research Institute Lucknow about the analysis of substance that no harmful substance is present in it (Fig-1 and Fig-2). Although the taste is bitter, it is lifesaving in critical circumstances and vaccines can be made using this composition.

How Can We Develop Immunity against COVID-19 and Defeat It
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Introduction and Objective: Evidence demonstrates that there are many errors and misconceptions on fluid therapy. Starling’s law underlies it all. This report gives the complete evidence that Starling’s law is wrong on both forces and the correct replacement is hydrodynamic of the G tube. New physiological evidence is provided with clinical relevance and significance.

Material and Methods: The physics proof is based on G tube hydrodynamic. The physiological proof is based on a study of the hind limb of sheep: running plasma and later saline through the artery compared to that through the vein as regards the formation of oedema. The clinical significance is based on 2 studies one prospective and a 23 case series on volumetric overload shocks (VOS). The recent clinical studies on albumin and hydroxyethyl starch versus saline and also that on plasma proteins partly affirm that Starling’s law is wrong. My physics and physiological research completes this evidence.

Results: Hydrodynamics of G tube showed that proximal, akin to arterial, pressure induces suction “absorption”, not “filtration”. In Poiseuille’s tube side pressure is all positive causing filtration based on which Starling proposed his hypothesis. The physiological evidence proves that the capillary works as G tube not Poiseuille’s tube: Oedema occurred when fluids are run through the vein but not through the artery. There was no difference using saline or plasma proteins, neither in physiological nor in clinical studies. The wrong Starling’s law dictates the faulty rules on fluid therapy misleading physicians into giving too much fluid during shock resuscitation and surgery inducing VOS and ARDS.

Conclusion: Hydrodynamic of the G tube challenges the role attributed to arterial pressure as filtration force in Starling’s law. A literature review shows that oncotic pressure does not work either. The new hydrodynamic of G tube is proposed to replace Starling’s law which is wrong on both forces. The physiological proof and relevance to clinical importance on the pathogenesis of clinical syndromes are discussed.

What is Misleading Physicians into Giving Too Much Fluid during Resuscitation of Shock and Surgery that Induces ARDS and/or AKI?
What is Misleading Physicians into Giving Too Much Fluid during Resuscitation of Shock and Surgery that Induces ARDS and/or AKI?