No.24 November 2022

Fundamental research studies in cardiology and oncology

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Professor Yuriy N. Bordyushkov

Professor Yuriy N. Bordyushkov, MD, Doctor of Medical Sciences, representative of the excellent cohort of the Rostov School of Oncologists, who holds the lead in research in the field of adaptation and increase of nonspecific antitumor resistance by a human organism, and, in general, who has pioneered in identifying the growth points in fundamental oncology.

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Contact effects by mitochondria: biological destruction of cultivated B16 – F10 melanoma cells

In recent years therapeutic effects produced by mitochondria, transplanted to pathogenic regions in an organism, which demonstrate their high migration activity and tropicity with respect to filling of energetic vacuum, have been inspiring a renewed interest in the scientific community.
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Properties of melanoma mitochondria to form tumor nodules in the body of experimental animals

The aim hereof is to develop a method for revealing the properties of mitochondria isolated from melanoma of the skin to form melanoma tumor nodules in the body of mice in parenteral transplantation of melanoma mitochondria.
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Functional state of the cardiovascular system in women during pregnancy

The article presents the results of studying the effect of pregnancy on the functional state of the cardiovascular system in women.
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Transcatheter closure of secundum atrial septal defects in Egyptian centers: immediate and short-term outcomes

Considered is the Atrial Septal Defect (ASD), with secundum ASDs being the most frequent. As known, in comparison to surgical approach, device closure of secundum ASD is less invasive, has few post-procedural complications, reduced anaesthesia risks, and has early hospital discharge.
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Antithrombotic therapy of pregnant women suffering from certain congenital cardiopathologies

The paper discusses the features of antithrombotic therapy of pregnant women suffering from congenital cardiopathologies.
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Our experience with the results of surgical treatment of victims with concomitant injuries of the pelvis and femur

Hip fractures with damage to the pelvic bones are one of the most severe combined injuries of the musculoskeletal system.
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Study of Non-HDL Cholesterol Level in Adult Patients Attending Rural Tertiary Care Hospital Chengalpattu District

Disease of the coronary artery is pivotal and accounts to high incidence of morbidity and mortality world over.
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An Interesting Case of Inflammatory Myositis

Idiopathic inflammatory myopathies (IIM) are a class of long-lasting autoimmune diseases that typically affect the proximal muscles.
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Comprehensive Time-Frequency Analysis of Noisy ECG Signals – A Review

This article is based on a comparison of various time-frequency analysis techniques for reducing noise in an ECG signal. Noise continuously degrades the quality of the ECG signal.
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An Evaluation of Anti-Hypertensive Property of Hibiscus sabdariffa

Hypertension is the primary worldwide cause of cardiovascular disease and early death.
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An Analysis of Correlation between Obesity and Cardiovascular Disease

Obesity greatly affects the development of atherosclerosis and coronary artery disorders. The heart’s structure and function are both affected due to obesity, which may cause a variety of health problems.
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Assessment of Yoga Benefits for Better Cardiac Health among the Patients of Coronary Artery Disease and Myocardial Infarction

The practice of “Yoga” is increasingly attracting popularity all over the world because of its many therapeutic properties as well as other benefits such as safety and ease of practicing.
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Molecular Docking Study Reveals α-Santalol from Santalum album Linn. as Promising Inhibitor of CD36 for Atherosclerosis

Atherosclerosis is an inflammatory vascular disease defined by the increasing buildup of cholesterol in the walls of the arteries, and it is a primary contributor to cardiovascular diseases (CVDs).
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Machine Learning-based Model for Early Prediction of Coronary Artery Disease

The global healthcare industry manages millions of individuals and generates enormous amounts of data. Machine learning- based algorithms are analysing complex medical information and produce superior insights.
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Identity and Access Management: High-level Conceptual Framework

Information security is shifting from a traditional perimeter- based approach to an identity-based approach where the organization’s boundaries are where their digital identities exist.
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An Analysis of Inter-Relationship among Commodities, Stock and Economic Indices

This research will concentrate primarily on commodity relationships, mainly, prices of oil (OP) and gold (GP), US stock market (S&P500), consumer confidence index (CCI), the US Dollar index (USDX), and the industrial production (IP).
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Impact of COVID-19 on Agri Supply Chain in Nashik District

India has faced many pandemic diseases like plague, swine flu, cholera, pneumonia, bird flu, etc., affecting the Indian economy. But COVID-19 is adversely affecting the country.
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Prospects of Digital Currency in India- A Way Forward

The era of information and communication technologies has created many opportunities in every aspect. The field that has been benefitted the most from these recent developments in the financial and business sector.
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Comparison of Hindu and Muslim Personal Laws with Goa’s Portuguese Civil Code: Special Reference to Rights of Women

Uniform Civil Code is one such topic that has been in debate since forever. Repeatedly, it has been seen that people use personal laws and their right to religion as a shield to fulfill their selfish purposes, in particular, to exploit the rights of women.
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A Study on the Influence of RSPO and RTRS in Indian Market

This paper strives to study the presence and impact of Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) and Roundtable on Responsible Soy (RTRS) in India today. The reason for choosing these two roundtables is - India is one of the significant producers of soy oil and is one of the largest markets for palm oil globally.
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Decoding the Role of Advertisements and Exploring the Motivators That Influence the Perception of Self-Image

The study of a person’s opinion of their own body is the study of “body image.” While the definition was not much complicated, the arguments around the “Body Image” have numerous folds, from weight and size to appearance and normality.
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Intimate partner Violence and Psychological Attributes during Pandemic - Violation of Right to Live with Dignity

Human Rights are inalienable. As stated by the UN Charter, gender equality is the fundamental right of every human being. As stated by the Vienna Declaration, women’s and girls’ rights are inalienable, integral, and form an indivisible part of universal human rights.
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A Study to Identify the Possibilities of Implementing Robotic Process Automation for the Processing of Loans in Banks

Today, various studies are going on in every part of the globe to minimize operational costs, increase efficiency, and improve the Return on Investment by almost all organizations. Technology is one of the key factors that aid in the change process happening all over the world.
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Analyzing Customer Engagement Online Using Gamification

The purpose of the study is to investigate the impact of gamification options on customer engagement while shopping online. We further investigate the impact of gamification on customer experience and sales.
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A comparative analysis of using Moving Average Convergence Divergence indicator in the forex market with risk-free investment strategies

Technical analysis has been widely studied in academic literature. It so is the Moving average convergence divergence (MACD) indicator in stock and forex markets. The research on MACD indicator mostly shows negative or mixed results when applied to the forex market.
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Study and Evaluation of Sales and Marketing Strategies of Grocery Shops in Jabalpur City

Recent interest in “marketing techniques” has intensified the emphasis on temporary changes in retail types such as malls, hyper/supermarkets, grocery stores, department stores, discount stores, and convenience stores. This research found that four marketing elements, namely product, price, location, and promotion, have a major impact on modern marketing and customer satisfaction.
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Design Fundamental through Photography: Teaching approach in Higher Education

Introducing photography to a design student is a challenge. They must have a basic understanding of design fundamentals. Hence, it becomes easy to visualize a composition and techniques of light painting. Visual literacy is implemented from the foundation course of design college.
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Do Employees Identify?: A Study of Organizational Culture and Learning

This study aims to explore the influence of organizational culture and learning orientation on the organizational identification of the employee. Organizational culture is defined through various parameters in an organization depending on various internal and external factors. This relationship between culture, learning, and identification would help organizations enhance the employees’ performance and commitment toward the same.
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A study of Employee Engagement Practices and its Impact on Team Effectiveness in the context of Virtual and collaborative Workplace

To identify the challenges faced by virtual teams and study the impact of employee engagement practices on performance, team effectiveness of Virtual workforce/Virtual teams.
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Railway Stations Redevelopment Programme under PPP model in India: a Study of Consumer Perception towards Proposed Facilities

Public sector transport, especially Railways, solves an important mobility issue for people in India due to its long stretched network and potential to cater to every individual.
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Digital transformation in Retail Industry

Radical changes in the business scene request that ventures relook their plans of action, include imaginative capacities, and plan to remember new goals.
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Business Models in the Music Streaming Industry: A Critical Review of Literature on the Role of Audio Advertising

This paper aims to explore advertising on music streaming platforms as an opportunity for brands to advertise in India by studying users’ attitudes towards advertisements while listening to music on these platforms.
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A Study of Relationship between Stock Market and Bond Market in the Indian Context

The paper revisits the correlation between the stock and bond market. Theoretically, these two asset classes should have a negative correlation.
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Analyzing the Financial Statements of Companies listed on the National Stock Exchange using the Benford’s Law

Accounting numbers normally follow Benford’s mathematical rule. These findings are so unpredictable that knowledge manipulators typically refuse to comply with the law.
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Caregivers Burnout Syndrome: Support Yourself While Caring For A Loved One

A caregiver is someone who looks after another person who is in need, such as a child, an elderly parent, a spouse or partner, a family, a friend, or a coworker.
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Polycystic Ovary Syndromeand Risk of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome among Adolescent Girls in selected Colleges, Puducherry

Background: Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder affecting reproductive age group women characterized by irregular periods, acne, excess facial and body hairs, male-pattern baldness, acanthosis, mental disturbances include depression, anxiety, disturbed sleep and infertility.
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Breast Cancer Screening

Breast cancer is the most frequent cancer in women, impacting one out of every eight women at some point in their lives.
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Explore the intradialytic physical complications among end stage renal disease patients receiving heamodialysis at selected Hospital, Chennai

Quasi experimental research (2021 ) study was conducted at Haemodialysis’ Unit at Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital among End stage renal disease patients receiving haemodialysis to explore the physical complications during dialysis by using purposive sampling technique ,the estimated sample size was 120 were selected for the study based on inclusion criteria .
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A Rare Case of Cerebral Venous Thrombosis

CVST is a rather uncommon complication. A 19-year-old female developed an acute aseptic thrombosis of the parasagittal, transverse, and sigmoid sinuses.
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Molecular Docking Study of Cox-2 Target Protein with Terminic acid and its Role for Myocardial Infarction

Myocardial infarction occurs when the oxygen supply to the heart muscle is insufficient in one or more places. Its management becomes costly in the developing world cause of expensive medicine.
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In Silico Study of Rutin with Rho-Associated Protein Kinase (ROCK) for the Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a collection of illnesses that affect the heart or blood vessels.
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Medical Image Forgery Detection By A Novel Segmentation Method With KPCA

One of the most challenging tasks of recent days is detecting digital image forgery. Effective image processing tools are developed with excellent technology enhancement, making an easy and comfortable process for image forgery.
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The all-russian scientific and practical conference with international participation “Fundamental research: stopper or driver in modern oncology?”

The Conference is dedicated to the 45th anniversary of the scientific discovery “Pattern of Development of Qualitatively Differing General Unspecific Adaptation Reactions of the Organism” made by Garkavi L.Kh., Ukolova E. B. and Kvakina E.B. and 115th anniversary of the birth of Professor Ukolova M.A., the founder of the experimental department at the National Medical Research Center for Oncology at the Ministry of Health of Russia.

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Mitochondria stimulate liver regeneration in rats

Regenerative medicine is a vital area that advances methods addressing the process of liver regeneration. The liver has the unique ability to return to standard size within a short period of time after its injury or partial hepatectomy.
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Mathematical modeling of flows in blood vessels of complex shape

A study of the structure and topography of the cerebral arterial bed of 156 virtually healthy individuals verified 17 variants of the arterial circle of the great brain, most of which are shown in actual photographs.
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Cushing Reflex Variant: A case report

In our case, we report a 67-year-old male admitted with lower limb ischemia for angiography under vascular surgery.
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Review and classification of diagnostic methods of the cardiovascular system

Cardiovascular disease ranks first among the causes of morbidity and mortality in the elderly.
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The state of the cardiovascular system in female students after use of different doses of caffeine

Our article is devoted to the study of the state of the cardiovascular system in female students after the use of different doses of caffeine. Drinking 200 mg of coffee leads to a significant increase in heart rhythm and diastolic blood pressure in girls.
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‘Evaluation of Rationale Prescription Pattern among RTPCR Positive COVID 19 Patients in a Tertiary Care Hospital, Chengalpet district, Tamil Nadu – A Cross-Sectional Study

Prescription pattern monitoring studies (PPMS) are drug utilization studies with the main focus on prescribing, dispensing, and administering drugs.
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A Case of Acute Aortic Dissection Mimicking Myocardial Ischemia

Acute aortic syndrome is a severe and potentially fatal aortic condition. Aortic dissection is due to the tear of the intimal layer, either circumferential or transverse.
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Morphometric Analysis And Anatomical Variations Of Right Coronary Artery In “Human Cadaveric Hearts” In South Indian Population

The study objective is to know the anatomical variations of “right coronary artery” through dissection method and to know its clinical significance.
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Awareness of Heart-Related Diseases and Associated Risk Factors among Medical Students in India: A Survey

The early behaviors leading to the development of cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) begin in childhood and persist throughout adulthood, even though these conditions often manifest in midlife or later.
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Analysis of Dynamic Association Between Diabetes Mellitus and Cardiovascular Disease

Diabetes mellitus (DM) is becoming more common because of the modern lifestyle. The two primary causes of mortality and disability among people are “diabetes mellitus (DM)” and “cardiovascular disease (CVD)”, which are linked closely.
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Analysis of Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Disease among Adults Living in Rural Areas of India: A Survey

Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) are a collective term for issues with the heart, blood vessels, and other organs. High blood pressure, diabetes, smoking, excessive fat, obesity, or inactivity are the primary risk factors.
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In-Silico Study of Chicoric acid as an Adjunct Therapy Targeting Caspase-3 for Effective Management of Heart Failure

Heart failure is a significant public health problem and it is one of the most prevalent reasons for being admitted to the hospital.
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Impact Analysis of Aspirin over the Cardiac Activity

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death in most developed countries, including the United States, with a significant economic impact.
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Molecular Docking Study of Crocetin with Interleukin–18 for the Treatment of Atrial Fibrillation

The most frequent arrhythmias are atrial fibrillation. Although the mechanisms underlying are not fully understood, they encompass postoperative and intraoperative phenomena like cardiac ischemia sympathetic activation and inflammation that ends up causing atrial fibrillation.
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Assessment of Smart Home: Security and Privacy

Home automation is now extremely common in Internet of things services and devices with a range of assurances to improve health, lifestyle, and customer wellbeing.
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Development of Novel Waste Biomass-Based Sorbing Film for Smog Removal

Biochar is a powerful adsorbent for contaminants present in polluted water, soil, and gases. The adsorption capacity of biochar depends upon feedstock biomass and pyrolytic conditions.
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A Study of the Perception of Indian Employees on Organizational Structure

This paper examines the perception of Indian employees on the role of organizational structure; it also aims to assess the impact of culture on the views of Indian employees regarding their choice of work environment and the feasibility of self-management practices in India.
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Comparative Study of Economic Diversification of Dairy Farmers with Special Reference to Pune, Maharashtra

India being majorly an agrarian economy primarily has farmers with very small landholdings. Hence, along with agriculture, dairy farming plays an important role in providing livelihood and employment.
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Emphasizing Health Insurance as Social Security System of Unorganized Sector in Maharashtra: The Case of the Ragpickers

The Indian economy is categorized into two sectors, namely: organized and unorganized sectors. The unorganized sector consists of a pivotal part of the Indian economy.
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Agriculture, Nutrition, and Unemployment: An Analysis of Scholarly Literature (1974-2018)

Malnutrition remains a key development challenge in many developing countries. Diversified agriculture practice can play an important role in dealing with this challenge. This paper attempts to review the research done on Agriculture and nutrition and analyze its outcome on employment generation through a systematic review of the literature.
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Exploring an Approach to Estimate Runoff in an Ungauged Mixed Urban Micro Catchment - A Case Study, Pune, India

Sustainable and integrated water resource management needs an hour, and achieving accurate estimation of runoff is key. The decision-making on urban landscaping planning for low-impact development techniques depends largely on the accuracy of rainfall.
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The Effects of the Stakeholders Relationship Management during Pandemic

Partner management, partner relationship management examines have a significant spot in writing. We looked for their effect on organization performance through the Employee and Social parts of Company Evaluation interceding factors in Covid-19.
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Impact of Training and Motivation during Pandemic on Employee Performance

The concept of Training, Motivation, and Performance are the variables examined under the study to evaluate the employee performance. Productivity is one of the most significant elements that influence the organization’s general performance, which compromises with different elements like training, attitude, motivation, and work environment for creativity contribute to the overall success of the employees.
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Study of Assessing Hr Process Effectiveness through HR Metrics- An Empirical Study in Selected Indian Organizations

To assess the framework adopted by organizations to measure, control and evaluate HR costs and support decisions. To analyze metrics used by companies for calculating ROI on HR cost. To analyze the maturity index on Indian organizations
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Impact of Corporate Governance Factors on the Profitability of Banks: A study on Indian public sector banks

The paper aims to look at the impact of corporate governance parameters on the financial performance of the banks. The variables considered for the quantitative analysis are the female directors, the chairman changed, the total remuneration, the total committees, the cost to income ratio, the non-performing assets ratio, and the provision coverage ratio.
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Future Contracts: Smart Contracts

Contract management has always been a classic task for companies; the management of vendors to the remittance handling goes in a cycle, requiring constant monitoring and risk assessment. The vendor-related frauds account for a huge amount of money.
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Corporate Social Responsibility: A Legislative Gateway

India a country of as much diversity as is a hotspot for numerous contradictions. On the one hand, after much hardship, the country has emerged as one of the surging economies and a very important player in the new global order. In contrast, on the other hand, it is still combating issues related to impoverishment, starvation, and rights of undernourished children, societal welfare, and the like.
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Culture in Action: How Is Culture Perceived and Driven in Leading Organizations with a Significant Indian Presence

Organizations focus a lot on their culture to attract the best talent to work with them. Leaders of these organizations expound their values on social media, employ PR agents and consulting firms to fine-tune their values, commonly stated through their websites, newsletters, and official communications, but how do people working there actually perceive these values?
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A Semantic Analysis WRT Linguistic Approach of TV Commercials: A Case-Based Research for LUX (HUL)

Communicational language clarity, which conveys a message, decides intensity of impact of language used. Thus, this era evidences a well-executed presentation of television commercial ads, with wise and cautious use of words and language. Thus, semantics are being fully exploited by copywriters to win audience’s attention and make a difference.
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Fintech In Indian Capital Markets

The advent of advanced digital technologies has already caused disruptions across many industries. The financial services sector is also collaborating with Fintech to transform digitally.
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Impact of Elements of Ad’s on Sports Fan Attitude during a Live Sporting Event

The purpose of this paper is to understand the impact of various elements of ads like ad timings, ad placement, ad type, ad frequency, duration of the ad, celebrity’s ad endorsement influence, etc., on sports fans’, in particular, cricket fans mood and attitude during a live sporting event like Indian Premier League (IPL).
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Perceived Popularity of TikTok among Gen-Z

With web-based media, there developed huge open doors for individuals to develop their thoughts, interests, business, brands, or just themselves.
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A Study on the Business Transformation, Security issues and Investors Trust in Fintech Innovation

Financial Technology (Fintech) has attracted much attentionand is increasing swiftly.
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Monetizing Data Points to Increase Profitability for Banks

Today’s digital world is functioning with a new asset – data. Businesses possess humongous volumes of data, opening up new revenue streams.
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A Comparative study to assess the knowledge regarding antenatal care among primi antenatal women in selected urban and rural areas

Antenatal care (ANC) is the care given to pregnant women and adolescent girls by skilled health care professionals to ensure the best health conditions for both mother and baby during pregnancyin order to avoid health issues in both the foetus and the mother, as well as healthy behaviours and parenting skills.
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Diet Of Diabetes

A disease in which the body’s ability to produce or respond to the hormone insulin is impaired, resulting in abnormal metabolism of carbohydrates and elevated levels of glucose in the blood.
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Effectiveness Of Structured Teaching Programme On Knowledge And Practice Regarding Isometric Exercise Among Patients With Osteoarthritis

The Impact of a Structured Teaching Program on Patients With Osteoarthritis’ Isometric Exercise Knowledge and Practice Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease that is very expensive for our health-care system.
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Role Of Dash Diet In Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is demarcated as arterial blood pressure of 140 mm Hg or more, or a venous pressure of 90 mm Hg or more.
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Association between Body Mass Index and Hypertension in a view to Prepare Information Booklet on Prevention of Complications among Hypertensive Patients

Hypertension has turned into a foundational sickness with more frequency and commonness rate among the cutting edge age.
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In-Silico Docking Studies of Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Using Natural Inhibitor

Lowering blood pressure (BP) using antihypertensive medicines lowers the risk of target organ failure as well as the occurrence of cardiovascular disease.
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Intra-Vascular Ultrasound Image Based Decision Support System For Coronary Plague Classification

Heart attacks continue to be one of the most common reasons for increasing mortality now-a-days.
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Pathological Analysis of Brain Tumor in MRI Images Using CAR-UNET Model Architecture

The most dangerous type of organ failure in humans is a brain tumor. A brain tumor’s incorrect segmentation and classification are critical for treatment and early diagnosis.
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Contribution of mitochondrial therapy to processes of regeneration and selforganization of the cell system of the resected liver in rats

Studies of the processes of the regeneration in the liver are not new, but however the development of the technologies of bio-therapy is capable of shifting the conventional approaches to the regeneration of the lost tissues.
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Mechanisms of tumor-associated cardiac muscle damage under different variants of melanoma growth

In case of the presence of a malignant process in an organism, the heart is subjected to an additional loading due to a unique combination of the external factors that is determined by the tumor biology and potentially cardiotoxic treatment actions and effects.
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Cardiometric assessment of the subjective significance of personal strategicgoals as components of the image of the desired future

The article presents some experimental results demonstrating the suitability of using the psycho-physiological reactions recorded with the Cardiocode device and the Barrier-14 polygraph to specially selected visual stimuli in order to assess the degree of authenticity of vital goals chosen by a person as key benchmarks in the implementation of the desired future.
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Survival and Fracture rates of One-Piece Zirconia Implants: A Systematic review

The implementation of endosseous showed expected outcomes related to survival and successful oral management.
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Possible manifestations of cognitive impairment in children suffering from pancreatic dysfunction

The article investigates possible manifestations of cognitive impairment in children suffering from pancreatic dysfunction.
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Combination of type I diabetes mellitus and diabetes associated with GCK gene mutation: features of the clinical course in puberty

This article discusses a clinical case of the manifestation of MODY2 diabetes, which complicated the course of type I diabetes mellitus in a patient of puberty.
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Young Hypertension - Is It the Beginning of the End?

Hypertension is one of the leading causes of the global burden of cardiovascular diseases, stroke, renal failure and peripheral arterial disease (PAD).
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Isolation of Human Pancreatic Islets from the Indian Population - Unveiling the Synergistic Interplay between different blends of Collagenases and Neutral Proteases

Innovative and effective therapeutic approaches for diabetes such as islet cell transplantation are much needed as diabetes increases the risk of heart failure.
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Hepatic Steatosis Index as an Indicator of Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease among Young Women With Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Prevalence of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is rising on a large scale and it has been linked to the metabolic syndrome.
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A Case Series on Myocarditis after COVID-19 Vaccination

Many efforts have been undertaken to develop a successful vaccine to contain the catastrophe since the COVID-19 outbreak.
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A Revisit to Causes, Clinical Manifestations, Diagnoses, and Management of Heart failure

The problem of heart failure gradually increasing now a day, Heart failure occurs when the heart is unable to produce enough oxygen-rich blood to fulfil the body’s needs.
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An Analytical Survey on Cardiovascular Activity Among the Persons Living in a Passive Smoking Environment

Children could be particularly susceptible to the negative impacts of passive smoking on their cardiovascular health because of their underdeveloped physiological functions.
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Computational Design for Human Angiotensin Converting Enzyme as a Target for Arjunolic Acid Causes Coronary Artery Disease

A leading cause of mortality around the globe is coronary artery disease (CAD). Major improvements in CAD therapy have been developed during the last ten years.
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A Predictive Model for Cardiovascular Diseases Using Data Mining Techniques

In many countries, heart disease is the main cause of mortality. Heart diseases are often identified by doctors based on recent clinical trial results and their prior experience treating patients who present comparable symptoms.
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Factors that Play a Role in Improving the Efficiency of Continuous Audits using Computer Assisted Audit Techniques in enterprises including healthcare units

Internal auditing is a key function of any business enterprise, including healthcare units, being responsible for highlighting and bringing to notice of the upper management a fair evaluation of the organization’s internal control environment.
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Effective DevSecOps Implementation: A Systematic Literature Review

Adopting DevOps means increased collaboration between development and operations teams and faster release cycles through a shift to automation. Using Dev Ops brings with it several advantages in the development of software.
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Impact of Financial Ratios on Stock Price: Evidence from Indian Listed Banks on NSE

This study aims to examine the impact of financial ratios on the stock prices of companies listed on NIFTY Bank.
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Relationship between Environmental, Social and Governance Factors and Firm Financial Performance: A Study of Selected Indian FMCG Companies

The nature of the corporate environment requires a variety of practices to achieve competitive benefits. Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) performance of an organization is considered a key indicator for sustainable and long-term returns.
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Factors Effective for Implementation of Lean in Manufacturing Organizations of India

In recent times, more and more organizations have started implementing lean principles for process improvement. It started from Toyota and then followed by organizations across the world.
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Constitutional and Political Intricacies Involved in Abrogation of Article 370

Original Article 370 of the Indian Constitution is temporary, transitional. Special Provision of the State of J&K, This provision grants J&K an autonomous status.
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Online Sensory Marketing: Developing Five-Dimensional Multi-Sensory Brand Experiences and its Effectiveness

The online environment has long been a sensory interaction between a brand or product and its consumers through visual imagery and sonic elements. While newer technologies have developed that cater to a customer’s more psychological need for haptics (touch), gestation, and olfaction, brands have not explored its true potential.
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Sustaining Higher Education during a Pandemic a Bibliometric Analysis

The purpose is to map the research work stating the readiness or responsiveness of the higher education institutions towards pandemics and identify the patterns of academic research.
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To Analyze the Level and Factors of Job Satisfaction across Different Generations in India during Covid-19

Firstly, the motive behind this research is to know about the factors that lead to Job Satisfaction; secondly, the most authoritative factor of Job Satisfaction; thirdly, to find out which generation is the most satisfied with their current job across different generations of people.
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Employer branding-An Employer Attractiveness Tool, Attractiveness Factors for Millennial

In a VUCA world and growing competition within organizations to attract the right talent, it is of extreme importance for the organizations to build employer branding strategies. Organizations need to know these strategies should be based on what factors. This study aims to understand how employer branding can be used as a tool to promote employer attractiveness.
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Why Maithili Cinema is Struggling Hard to Find Its True Identity: a Critical Study

When people ignore their cinema, there is a danger of disappearance of it with the times. At such bad times for Maithili Cinema, it is worth struggling for this small regional language cinema through academic discussions.
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Establishment of Portfolio Based On Momentum Strategy and Analyzing the Factors Affecting the Portfolio Returns

For many years, momentum strategy for investment in stocks is being investigated, which suggests that investing in the stocks in momentum generally generates excessive returns. The study explores establishing the portfolio based on the momentum strategy adopting the methodology of Jegadeesh and Titman with minor modification.
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What is in a Meme: Analysing the Perception of Gen Z to Memes and Virality in Modern Marketing

As the world of marketing has progressed into the age of the Internet, new challenges and opportunities have emerged. The online world has become a forum for social networking sites where knowledge spreads like wildfire. This form of spread is also referred to as viral because it is distributed from person to person rapidly.
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Big Data Mergers: An Analysis of European and Indian Competition Law Regime

In a digitally dominated economy, big data plays an integral role in furthering a company’s commercial interest and is processed by firms to understand how to provide better products and services to consumers.
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Impact of Office Ergonomic Elements on Employee Performance: A Case Study of Larsen and Toubro, Surat

Ergonomics is said to have a great potential when it comes to designing of any artefact. Office ergonomics, a branch of ergonomics, seeks to understand how physical characteristics of humans are relevant in designing the workplace and is often used by organisations as an input to minimize the amount of discomfort faced by the employees.
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Sovereign Wealth Fund and Economic Indicators: An Exploratory Study

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Designing Business Continuity Plan for It Organizations: A Systematic Literature Review and Meta-Analysis

With the recent pandemic due to COVID-19 and several other uncertain events (due to human error or natural disaster), designing and implementation of Business Continuity Plan (BCP) has become a vital part of any organization.
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Effectiveness of Consumer Promotions in Brick-and-Mortar Retail Stores

The purpose of this study is to identify the factors that aid in the measurement of the effectiveness of consumer promotions in brick-and-mortar retail.
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The Key to Democracy: Mandatory Pre-Legislative Consultation

India’s policy of public consultation in the legislation process is currently not mandatory.
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Indian Banking sector is a blend of Private as well as public sector banks. In the Economy of a Nation, banks keep a deposit with themselves and interest the depositors.
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The intake of alcoholic beverages is a huge social issue. Worldwide, an estimated 2.3 billion individuals consume alcohol, with an average daily consumption of 33 grammes of pure alcohol.
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Heart disease is one of the complex diseases and globally many of us suffer from this disease.
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Alcohol Addiction & Comorbidity of Depression

Alcoholism and depression are linked to a towering rate of unhealthiness, impairment, and casualty, and constantly co-occur.
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Mean Platelet Volume a Risk Indicator in Acute Coronary Syndrome

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A Novel Deep Learningbased Model for the Efficient Classification of Electrocardiogram Signals

To manage healthcare, an electrocardiogram, often known as an “EKG” or “ECG”, is a measurement of the electrical activity of the organ “heart”.
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Lifestyle Changes to Control Blood Pressure and Manage Ischaemic Heart Disease

Hypertension also referred to as Increased blood pressure (HBP), hypertension, is a silent “silent killer” that silently damages blood vessels and results in serious health problems.
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Assess the Effectiveness of Life Style Modification Regimen on Polycystic Ovary Syndrome among Adolescent Girls in Selected Colleges, Puducherry - Pilot study

Polycystic ovary syndrome is a common endocrinopathy affecting women of reproductive age.
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Effectiveness of knowledge on self care compliances among patients undergoing hemodialysis at selected hospitals, Salem

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