Joint webinar on Circulatory Health and Life Science Research | Journal of Advanced Practices in Nursing

Journal of Advanced Practices in Nursing

ISSN: 2573-0347

Open Access

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COVID-19 Unmasking Coronary Artery Disease

Azhar Ali

We report a case of coronary artery disease unmasked by COVID-19 in a 59 year old male patient who was admitted to medical HDU via emergency department primarily with COVID-19 pneumonia; developed chest pain on the third day of admission with EKG features consistent with infero-posterior ST-segment elevation MI. Troponin were significantly raised and bedside echocardiogram exhibited severely impaired LV systolic dysfunction with hypokinetic inferior and lateral walls.

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Effect of media on psycho-social interaction among the children with their parents of urban people in Dhaka

Nazma Sultana

Social media has become an important part of our daily life. It has a significance influences on the people who use them in their daily life frequently. The number of people using social network sites has been increasing continuously. For this frequent utilization has started to affect our social life. This study examine whether the use of social network sites affects the psychosocial interaction between children and their parents. At first parents introduce their children to the internet and different type of device in their early childhood. Many parents use device for feeding their children by watching rhyme or cartoon. As a result children are habituate with it

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Biotechnology: Applications and Arguments For and Against

Muhawenimana Said

The use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in agriculture is rising, but not without debate. There are many scientists who argue that genetic engineering in agriculture is the best way to solve many issues of poverty, food security, environmental harm, and the need for increasing competitiveness in sales, but others raise ethical issues regarding the health of the people who consume the genetically modified products, the possible harm to the environment, the depredation of the welfare of the farmers and their food security, and the general introduction of engineering into mainstream use in society

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Fever is not a symptom in covid-19. None of the diseases require fever as its symptom.

K. M. Yacob

We have been hearing for centuries that ‘fever is not a disease but a symptom’. Physicians say that fever is a symptom of diseases like flu to cancer. The conservative fever definition, diagnosis, and treatments are based on fever as a symptom. All the studies related to fever as a symptom of a disease have been done without knowing the Purpose of the temperature of fever is. Without knowing the Purpose of the temperature of fever, how can fever included in the symptom definition? Temperature between 38 – 41 centigrade can be symptom of a disease? Most of the diseases may not have a fever. Sometimes it disappears. Then, is fever a symptom of which disease?

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neurons decreases and C neurons increases in fever


On the contrary to increase of temperature, in fever the firing rate of Warm sensitive neurons decreases, the firing rate of Cold sensitive neurons increases as core temperature increases. inhibit warm sensitive neurons. The temperature increasing and decreasing controlled by the brain. The firing rate of Warm sensitive neurons and Cold sensitive neurons also controlled by the brain.

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