Saturday 26 August 2023

The Body Electric: Humans Have A ‘Force Field’ Around Their Bodies



Bioelectronic medicine (BEM) is the most recent medical revolution — not an innovation or an improvement or a step up but a radical reimagining of our understanding that it should be possible to treat human illnesses using electrical signals to replace some drugs. The implications may change the approach to developing future medicine; looking at who has already joined the efforts to further develop this field, the likelihood of a decades-long transition is high. Support from the National Institutes of Health, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), one of the leading pharmaceutical companies, has already begun to write this chapter in mankind’s struggle against disease.

Friday 24 March 2023

The Double Burden of Malnutrition Across the Lifecourse


Nutrition plays an important role in shaping health from pre-conception to old age. The life cycle of humans begins with conception (pregnancy), fetal development, infancy, childhood and adolescence, and ends with adulthood [1]. Fetal development is the period of maximal growth, there is no recovery for growth failure at this stage because the fetus depends not just on the mother’s diet but also her reserves, hence, the need to supplement maternal diet during pregnancy with folic acid, vitamin D, iron, iodine, calcium [2]. The recommended protein intake during pregnancy is 60/day, carbohydrates should comprise 45-64% of daily calories while fat intake should comprise 20-35% of daily calories [3]. Recommended Dietary Allowance is the average daily level of intake sufficient to meet the nutrient requirements of nearly all (97-98%) healthy people [4] Infants should be exclusively breastfed for the first six months of life to achieve optimal growth, development and health [5]. At 6 months, breast milk will no longer be sufficient to meet an infant’s nutritional needs, hence, complementary feeding should be introduced [6] however, breastfeeding should continue until infant is at least 12 months of age [7].

Friday 9 December 2022

Is There Any Fluctuation in Normal Blood Pressure While Watching Horror Movies?


The purpose of recent research was to probe any close linkage concerning the normal blood pressure with viewing scary films. Total 185 subjects contributed in this survey. Blood pressure is the force that transports blood throughout the vascular system. It is expressed by two figures. The systolic blood pressure defines the pressure in blood vines when our heart strokes. The diastolic pressure estimates pressure when the heart relaxes between pumping. The readings are shown in the form of 120 systolic and 80 diastolic. It is the normal blood pressure. We can say “120 over 80” or note “120/80 mmHg.” There is a constructive relation between watching a horror movie and the blood pressure. We encounter some physical situations while watching these events. We detect an increase in heart rate, rise up in blood pressure, stressed muscles and a reduction in body temperature. It activates the release of dopamine and adrenaline hormone. It triggers aggressive behavior and emergency situation. we applied automatic digital device for the precise measurement of blood pressure. We placed the cuff on naked arm on inch above or below the curve of the elbow. We pressed the start button and the cuff began inflating and then slowly deflated. We recorded the measurement of the blood pressure during this period. It was deduced that there is no significant fluctuation in normal blood pressure while watching horror movies.

Keywords: Horror Movies; Blood Pressure; Systolic; Diastolic; Digital Monometer; Dopamine

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Thursday 24 November 2022

Happy Thanksgiving 2022!!!


This year yields it's harvest sharing aboundant blessings may your thanksgiving be blessed with fruitfullness and overflowing love.

May your Thanksgiving be full of peace, love and joy.

Monday 14 November 2022

Etiological Mirages of Acute Pneumonia


Introduction: Modern AP concepts are focused exclusively on the infectious nature of the disease and the presence of certain pathogens. This belief determines the principles of treatment, the lack of effectiveness of which remains a concern of health professionals. The article presents a fragment of the study devoted to the etiology of АP.994 children aged 4 months to 14 years with various forms of so-called community-acquired pneumonia were examined and treated. Bacteriological examination of the material from the inflammation zone was carried out in 542 patients. Experiments on modeling АP and its pleural complications were performed on 44 animals. The obtained results and critical analysis of the literature data and scientific facts allow us to consider bacteria only as one of the etiological elements of АP, which is not mandatory in all cases of the disease. Scientifically based revision of existing ideas about the causes and mechanisms of AP development leads to the need for a radical change in the principles of treatment and is a strategic direction in solving the problem.

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Saturday 15 October 2022

Determination of Knowledge, Attitude and Behaviors of Pesticide Dealers and Applicators in Different Cities of Turkey



Introduction: Biocidal products refer to the general name of substances used in order to prevent, control or reduce the harmful effects of hazardous organisms present in all areas of public health describing human settlements, working areas, physical places and environment related to daily living [1]. The use of biocidal product around the world is, on average, 3 million tons per year; this amount is 13.000 tons in Turkey.

Objective: Objective this study is to measure the knowledge, attitude and behaviors of Pesticide sellers and Pest Control Companies during February-May 2017 in the cities of Antalya (Aksu), Denizli (Center), Isparta (Center) and Ankara (Center).

Materials and Methods:This study was conducted in the cities of Antalya, Denizli, Isparta and Ankara during the months of February-May 2017 by means of surveys prepared to measure knowledge, attitude and behaviors of pesticide sellers and home pest control companies. In the survey study, 37 questions in total were addressed to pesticide sellers while 48 questions were directed to managers and workers in home pest control companies. Statistical significance value was accepted as p< 0.05. For statistical analyses and calculations, IBM SPSS Statistics 21.0.

Results: The average age of respondents was 36.77±10.73 years for home pest dusters and 37.50±9.74 for pesticide sellers. Pesticide sellers (86.7% was university graduate) were found to have higher education level in comparison to home pest dusters (53.3% was university graduate). When the questions of surveys were evaluated, average score of home pest dusters were defined as 64.69±7.79 whereas pesticide sellers scored 64.18±9.74 on average.

Keywords: Biocidal product; Pest control; Biocide poisoning; Agriculture

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Monday 12 September 2022

Investigation 0f Surgical Nurses Knowledge and Practice Levels for Multimodal Analgesia



Objective: This was a descriptive study with the aim of determining knowledge and practice levels of nurses working in surgical clinics for multimodal analgesia and its administration.

Materials and Methods: The study was conducted with 132 nurses working in the surgical clinics of three training and research hospitals. The data were collected between April and June of 2018 using the “Knowledge and Application Questionnaire on Multimodal Analgesia” developed by the researchers. The data were analyzed using number, percentage, and the Chi-square test.

Results: The mean age of the nurses who participated in the study was 37.5 years. Further, 47.7% had been working for 11– 20 years, and 60.6% had a bachelor’s degree. It was determined that 59.1% of the nurses did not receive any pain training, and 93.2% did not receive any education about multimodal analgesia. In the Knowledge and Application Questionnaire on Multimodal Analgesia, they obtained a score of 9.83 ± 2.38 points, which showed that the nurses’ knowledge and practice score for multimodal analgesia was moderate.

Conclusion: In this study, it was observed that the nurses were in need of knowledge about multimodal analgesia management and non-pharmacological interventions. It seems important that hospital administrators should initiate in-service training programs, including effective pain management and nursing interventions

The Body Electric: Humans Have A ‘Force Field’ Around Their Bodies

  Abstract Bioelectronic medicine (BEM) is the most recent medical revolution — not an innovation or an improvement or a step up but a radic...