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Journal of Health Care and Research

JHCR

Journal of Health Care and Research

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Journal of Health Care and Research is an open access international journal publishing original peer-reviewed research articles. The Journal is a Tri-annually 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.

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Abstract

Background: Emerging and reemerging pathogens are global challenges for public health. Coronaviruses are enveloped RNA viruses that are distributed broadly among humans, other mammals, and birds and that cause respiratory, enteric, hepatic, and neurologic diseases. the high prevalence and wide distribution of coronaviruses, the large genetic diversity and frequent recombination of their genomes, and increasing human-animal interface activities, novel coronaviruses are likely to emerge periodically in humans owing to frequent cross-species infections and occasional spillover event.

Objectives: To study the short-term morbidities and mortalities and international spread time trends of the N Corona Virus 2019 outbreak, to study, to study the explosiveness and aggressiveness of the outbreak and the gaps in response.

Methodology: Outbreak events follow up and observation study over two months has been carried out through daily statistical reports issuing by world health organizations as all as different national authorities regarding (mortalities and morbidities incidents) all over the world with specific focusing on china statistics as main sources of the outbreak. The operational definition of variables regarding case confirmation, case recovery, case admission, and case contacts has been adopted as per WHO definitions. Unofficial statistical reports excluded as a source of data.

Results: The current study showed that the number of cases of N corona-virus 2019 infection, started with (41) cases at the beginning of January 2020 increased up to 855 cases in 23rd January 2020 and 7700 cases of infection in 29th of January 2020 which keep raising and reached up to 78823 by 23rd of February as for mortalities, the current research revealed that the number of death was only (1) case in 4th of Feb 2020 increased up to 25 deaths in 23rd of February 2020 and keep raising reached up to 170 deaths in January 29th, 2020 and 2462 death case in 23rd of Feb 2020. In regards of the geographical spread of the N corona-virus 2019 infection outbreak, the study showed that on January 4th, 2020 only one country was affected which was china, on 8th of January 2020 two countries were affected as Thailand discovered cases, on 13th of January 3 countries were affected by adding Singapore to the list, on Feb 5th 27 countries reported incidence of N Corona-virus 2019 infection and reached up to 35 countries by 23rd of February.

Conclusions: The natural history and course of the current outbreak revealed high explosive nature linked to significant aggressiveness in terms of complications and mortalities, within only two months period speeded out to 35 countries worldwide and reached you 80000 incidences within only two months. The study forecasted that the peak of the outbreak is not yet attended and more dramatic events still have high potentials.

Mortalities and Morbidities Trends of COVID-19 Infection, From Explosiveness to Aggressiveness, Understanding Gaps in System Response and Transmission Chain Events
Mortalities and Morbidities Trends of COVID-19 Infection, From Explosiveness to Aggressiveness, Understanding Gaps in System Response and Transmission Chain Events
Mortalities and Morbidities Trends of COVID-19 Infection, From Explosiveness to Aggressiveness, Understanding Gaps in System Response and Transmission Chain Events

As a general surgeon, I never thought of research in my field. What I liked was to operate and is in the operating room. It was through my professor and master and doctoral advisor that I discovered the possibility of researching surgery. I learned that through research in medicine, we could evaluate established treatments, scientifically validate dogmas or paradigms that were once unquestionable, and apply evidence-based surgery for the benefit of our patients. In this sense, I noted the importance that senior researchers in surgery services should encourage young people and offer knowledge on how to design research, from the methodology of studies, collection of primary and secondary data, and analysis of complex data to the publication of the result in the form of a manuscript. Work on the use of techniques to innovate and translate research results in the real-world process of operational activity. As I am not so young anymore, I think that training the next generation of surgeons in research is of fundamental importance..

This study shows quite a high number of older persons living in old age homes have eye problems but there seems that they are not aware of the problem. Similarly, many elderly are also not aware of dental problems and still, nearly 24% of the elderly use their finger to brush teeth. So Nepal needs more public health related dental and eye problem awareness programs to the elderly so that we can make our policy and it will imply for the healthy and happy longevity. Future, research needs to do more in-depth research focusing on the eye and oral health problem as well.

Dental and Eye Problem of Nepali Older Adults Living in Old Age Home
Author(s): Elharrouni A*, Douhi Z, Achhboune K, Baybay H, Elloudi S, Mernissi FZ

We report a 40-year-old female. The high blood pressure was found in Family history, hospitalized in neurology for recurrent ischemic stroke so the etiological assessment was negative, opinion was sought for lesions of livedo at the level of the members back to 2 years without the concept of miscarriage or Raynaud’s phenomenon, neither photosensitivity nor a dry syndrome. Dermatologic examination showed dusky erythematous to violaceous, irregular, broken circular segments, resulting in a seemingly larger pattern, located on limbs, trunk, and buttocks, exaggerated by the cold and persistent on warming. A report looking for the antiphospholipid antibodies syndrome was positive and the skin biopsy was in favor of a Sneddon syndrome. The patient was treated by anticoagulants and antiplatelet agents with good evolution.

Sneddon’s Syndrome: clinical case
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Cancer of the tongue is a type of oral cancer that occurs in the front two-thirds of the tongue. If cancer occurs at the back of the tongue, then it is a type of head or neck cancer. These cancers are extremely rare and occur in a small number of cases. Cancer in the front of the tongue also does not occur as often, but it is the most common type of oral cancer. Cancer of the tongue mainly occurs in squamous cells – thin, flat cells that are found on the surface of all soft tissues, and therefore the tongue. Cancer of the tongue is a disease that affects the front of the tongue, while cancer in the back of the tongue is called oropharyngeal cancer. Symptoms that indicate tongue cancer are pain in the jaw or throat, pain during swallowing, feeling that there is something in the throat, stiff tongue or jaw, problem with chewing and swallowing food, white or red stamps in the mouth or tongue, ulcer on non-healing tongue, pimples in the mouth, bleeding tongue and growths on the tongue.

Author(s): Elharrouni A*, Elimam M, Dassouly R, Hnach KH, Elloudi S, Douhi Z, Baybay H, Hida M, Mernissi FZ
Abstract

Staphylococcus aureus can cause exfoliative skin conditions, ranging from localized bullous impetigo (BI) to staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome (SSSS). The latter is a potentially life-threatening disorder, which leads to blistering of the upper layer of the skin, by the release of a circulating exotoxin. The disease especially affects infants and small children but has also been described in adults. SSSS usually presents with a prodrome of sore throat or conjunctivitis. The infection is often peri-facial impetigo, here is usually no bacteremia. Bullous impetigo, the toxin produces blisters locally at the site of infection, whereas in cases of the scalded-skin syndrome, it circulates throughout the body, causing blisters at sites distant from the infection.

Case of Bullous Impetigo Developing into Staphylococcal Scalded Skin Syndrome: Case Report