June Monthly Archives

No Printing, No Scanning: Edorium Journals Introduces A New Process For Submitting Author Agreement Forms

Edorium Journals is publisher of open access scientific journals. We strive to provide a holistic service to the scholarly community with our specialty journals, open access publication model, high quality reviews and personalized services. The scope of journals covering medical and surgical specialties and basic sciences makes Edorium Journals a preferred choice for scholars to publish their research. Authors who publish with Edorium Journals retain …

Interview with Professor Steven Provyn the Editor-in-Chief of Edorium Journal of Anatomy and Embryology

Professor Steven Provyn Editor-in-Chief of Edorium Journal of Anatomy and Embryology Steven Provyn was born on 12th August 1972 in Brussels Belgium, married to Annabelle Arnolis (pharmacist), is father of a son Louis and a daughter Julie. In 1995, he earned postgraduate degree in Physiotherapy from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Since 2000, he started as a voluntary scientific collaborator during two years followed by an …

Factors That Fuel The Increase In A Doctor’s Salary

Doctor Salary

For doctors, the opportunity of compensation comes after years of hard work, study and internships, and after finally setting up practice. The toils of becoming physicians all around the world are more or less of the same degree of rigorousness and diligence but the compensation or salaries vary greatly. While macroeconomic factors bring about the difference between countries, within the same country geographic settings, skills, …

Interview with Dr. Zoka Milan the Editor-in-Chief of Edorium Journal of Anesthesia

Dr. Zoka Milan Editor-in-Chief of Edorium Journal of Anesthesia I conducted my first research project over 30 years ago as a fourth-year medical student. My first study was honoured with an award for best student research. It gave me confidence to continue with clinical studies. I enjoyed doing them concurrently with other challenging clinical work. Apart from research and clinical work, I was involved in …

Efficient Hospitals Are Mostly Research Active Institutions

Efficiency in hospitals increases when they are engaged in active clinical and basic research. The positive effect that promoting research can have on improving the working of health centers have been documented by many studies that focus on this cause and effect relationship. Research has the potential of identifying superior interventions, relevant mechanisms, infrastructure improvements, and targeted care processes. source The significance of research is …

Data sharing: The Revolution That Will Take Healthcare To The Future

A fundamental and constitutive part of progress in the medical field today is data sharing. Every advance in the health care system today is critically dependent on sharing of data among the researchers. It is intrinsic to development and the open access approach to research can pave way for widespread data sharing in the healthcare industry. (Image Credit : KamiPhuc, Flickr CC BY 2.0) The …

Pre-Hospital Use Of High-Frequency QRS Analysis In Healthy Volunteers And Patients With Symptoms Of Coronary Artery Disease In Acute Care Settings

Article Abstract Aims: This study was performed to compare the difference in the incidence of abnormal high frequency QRS (HF-QRS) 12-lead finding and standard ECG ST-T segment changes, as an indicator of myocardial ischemia, between patients admitted to the accident and emergency (A&E) department for ischemic heart symptoms and a control group consisting of A&E departmental employees. Methods: The study group consisted of 24 patients …

Comparative Study Of Two Automated Pre-Transfusion Testing Systems (Microplate And Gel Column Methods) With Standard Tube Technique

Article Abstract Aims: Clinically significant antibodies may become undetectable and still provoke transfusion reactions. Hemolysis has been reported among transfusion recipients with anti-Kidd that was undetectable by gel column but detectable by other methods. Methods: We compared two automated technologies – microplate (MP) and gel column (GC) methods – with manual methods in ABO/RhD typing, irregular antibody screening, identification, titration, and detection threshold of mixed-field …