No.22 May 2022

Extending the frontiers: Mitochondrial therapy

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Editorial

Dear readers

Before the 10th anniversary of the Cardiometry journal, the pulse of the time and the expansion of the space of scientific interests for our readers, who play a major role in the life and development of our Journal, are becoming more and more remarkable.

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Original research

Structural myocardial catastrophe under the influence of chronic neurogenic pain due to development of B16 melanoma in female mice

Most of the inhabitants on the planet have directly experienced certain manifestations of pain, and in the case of chronic pain sensations, some significant changes may occur not only in the psycho-emotional sphere of a human individual, but also some functional alterations in the life maintenance systems.
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Mitochondrial therapy of melanoma B16/F10, pathophysiological parameters of tumor regression

The aim is to evaluate the pathophysiological parameters of the efficacy of liver mitochondrial transplantation in animals with B16/F10 melanoma.
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Report

Intelligent digitalization of cardiovascular risks

The aim of the study was to develop a mathematical model of the risks of the cardiovascular system based on the selected factors affecting cardiovascular diseases (CVD) and to test the developed mathematical model on a sample of clinical examples.
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Editorial

Adrenaline heart

The role of adrenaline in the body, especially in athletes, is considered. Special attention is paid to the cardiovascular system performance in conditions of the continuous release of adrenaline. The ECG shape and the possible therapy in case of adrenaline heart are discussed.
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PCI VS CABG FOR PATIENTS WITH CTO: CONTEMPORARY TECHNIQUES AND OUTCOME-SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE

CTOs are common findings on coronary arteriograms [1]. CTOs were defined as 100% coronary occlusion present for at least three months and found in almost 20% of all angiograms of patients with angina.
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Comparison of totally automated and manual processing for calculation of left ventricular volumes and ejection fraction using gated myocardial perfusion SPECT

Gated single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) allows for the assessment of myocardial left ventricular ejection fraction and left ventricular volumes. There is conflicting data regarding the difference between automated and manual processing of gated myocardial SPECT images.
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Interdisciplinary educational approaches in Healthcare Organizations

Healthcare professionals' perception of Interdisciplinary Education is an essential factor that affects their acceptance of this approach to education. From the literature related to patient safety, it has been identified widely that healthcare team communication and performance are critical to providing safe care to the patient.
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Morphological and anatomical study of the new plant collection PHYTOFRUFOL

For the first time, the morphological and anatomical features of the herbal preparation "Phytofrufol", developed on the basis of medicinal plants growing in the conditions of Uzbekistan, were studied.
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A study to identify the impact of Covid-19 on the trust and risk perceptions of online buying behaviour

Coronavirus has become a global emergency and has left a strong impact on people all over the world. It has altered the way we live, the way we work, and the way we see the world around us.
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Covid-19 pandemic: impact and opportunities for education in India

The sudden breakout of COVID-19 has created a major crisis in almost every sector like Travel and Tourism, Entertainment, Sports, Corporates, Financials, Manufacturing, Education, and Service sectors.
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Study of employees' behavior during organizational change: effects of business theatre on Kübler-Ross model

This article aims to study the employees' behavior during organizational change and the effects of business theatre on the Kübler-Ross Model to boost the employees' spirit so that the efficiency of an organization would increase.
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Study of factors leading to poor sleep among management students

Sleep is the most important but often neglected element of an individual's overall health and well-being. Lack of sleep or poor sleep can adversely affect health in an individual and lead to various diseases. At the same time, sleep problems are not uncommon among students.
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Relevance of work-from-home culture in post covid-19 era: regarding productivity of employees in IT sector

COVID-19 has not just affected the health of citizens. However, the world's economic wheel stopped. All the import-export activities were sieged, schools, colleges, malls, and any other similar place, where there is a chance of gathering, has been locked down.
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Leveraging learning interventions for talent development: an inductive approach

The paper aims to focus on the question “How can we leverage learning interventions for talent development?" The rise in the need for learning and development for employees has become a priority and a primary reason for job dissatisfaction.
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Role of power distance phenomena in blended learning in higher education post-Covid-19

COVID has posed several challenges for higher education. There is a rise in blended teaching and learning models that can improve the quality of education, observed Raman.
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Understanding esports industry and impact of Covid-19 on it: a review of literature

COVID-19 brought the whole world to a halt suddenly and forced it to go on social distancing & lockdown.
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Impact of inclusiveness on organizational commitment among employees of IT industry

Organizations continue to be challenged by diversity in their workforce. Hence it becomes imperative to nurture an inclusive workplace where all employees can co-exist and thrive.
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Lipstick color suggested using hybrid hidden Markov model

In today’s lifestyle, facial makeup plays an important role in enhancing visual attractiveness a nd boosting one's self-esteem. Makeup is known as the second skin of the women, and that too lipstick is a soul of the makeup.
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A distributed e-health management model with edge computing in healthcare framework

Edge healthcare system is recognized as an acceptable paradigm for resolving this problem. The IoMT is divided into two sub-networks - intraWBANs and beyond-WBANs - based on the physical bonds of WBANs.
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Role of mindfulness meditation for enhancement of self- efficacy in alcoholism

Mindfulness meditation is an effective tool to create mental awareness and has been used in meditation practice for many decades. Mindfulness meditation is the practice that bringing clear awareness to the present not on the pastor future without evaluation.
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Intradialytic range of motion exercise on muscle spasm among chronic renal failure patients receiving heamodialysis at Sree Balaji medical hospital, Chennai – pilot study report

True experimental research study was conducted at Haemodialysis’ Unit at Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital among End stage Kidney disorder patients receiving haemodialysis to determine the efficiency of ROM exercise on muscle cramps, using purposive sampling technique 12 patients for control group and 12 from experimental were selected for the study based on inclusion criteria.
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Glaucoma diagnosis based on colour and spatial features using kernel SVM

The main aim of the paper is to develop an early detection system for glaucoma classification using the fundus images. By reviewing the various glaucoma image classification schemes, suitable features and supervised approaches are identified.
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Effectiveness of health education on knowledge on diabetic care among rural adult diabetic patients – a pilot analysis

Diabetic populations are anticipated to increase from 171 million to 366 million in 2030, with the greatest rates in India, China, and the United States. Diabetes is a metabolic disorder that generates high glucose levels in the blood.
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Essay

Elena M. Frantsiyants

Elena M. Frantsiyants, Doctor of Biological Sciences, Professor, Deputy General Director for Science at the National Medical Research Center for Oncology at the Russian Ministry of Health, being a highly qualified expert in the field of pathophysiology and biochemistry of various malignant neoplasms, develops and implements original methods and techniques of laboratory diagnostics and assessing the effectiveness of therapy.

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Mitochondrial therapy: direct visual assessment of the possibility of preventing myocardial infarction under chronic neurogenic pain and B16 melanoma growth in the experiment

On models of chronic neurogenic pain (CNP) and the growth of a malignant tumor (metastasizing B16 melanoma) in male mice, we studied an effect produced by mitochondrial therapy (MCT) on the state of the myocardium. Some structural correlates of the compensatory-restorative effect by mitochondria transplanted from healthy recipient rats were revealed.
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cAMP сoncentrations in cardiac mitochondria and serum in the С57ВL/6 mice under independent melanoma В16/F10 growth versus melanoma В16/F10 growth linked to chronic neurogenic pain

The aim of this research work is to study the cAMP level in the cardiac mitochondria and serum in the С57ВL/6 strain mice of both genders under the independent melanoma В16/F10 growth versus the melanoma В16/F10 growth linked to chronic neurogenic pain (CNP).
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The use of cardiometry in development of self-control skills by means of game sand modeling

The article presents experimental evidence of the validity of our hypothesis that progress in the formation and development of self-control can be fixed by assessing heart rate variability using the calculation of the Baevsky stress index (SI).
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Using the method of mathematical planning of the experiment in the development of a quality control method of aerva lanata l. herb

Today, among the urgent tasks facing the pharmaceutical science of the Republic of Uzbekistan is the study of introduced medicinal plants.
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Nature and structure of thoracoabdominal injuries

This article presents the incidence, nature and structure of thoracoabdominal injuries in two major districts of the Andijan region.
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Acute myocardial infarction following COVID-19 vaccination: a cause or a coincidence?

Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI) is a fatal condition with a subsequent variety of complications. Recently, COVID-19 vaccine has become an essential precaution to avoid infection.
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Assessment of E-learning readiness among different levels of Nursing Learners in KING SAUD MEDICAL CITY

Nurses’ and students’ willingness to increase information and practical skills through electronic platforms may help in setting up hundreds of timesaving and economical e-learning programs.
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Behavioral shift of generation x towards OTT during covid’19 in India

Over-the-top (OTT) services such as Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+ Hotstar, Zee5, etc., have changed consumers' content consumption behavior.
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Review

A review of work-life and well-being of parents

The transition from office to work-from-home (WFH) has lead to an increased interest in the effects of this transition, not only on the quality of work obtained but also on the mental health of individuals. Research in this topic is expanding with different perspectives in focus.
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Relationship between spiritual intelligence (SI) & job satisfaction (JS) in millennials

In this fast-paced lifestyle with escalating cases of anxiety and depression, millennial are trying to find meaning in life and at work.
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Analyzing the impact of Сovid-19 on the hotel industry in Nepal

COVID-19 pandemic has significantly affected the tourism and hospitality sectors across the globe.
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E-learning in formal education under forced conditions using SDT and TAM

This study aims to understand the students' attitude towards e-learning under the forced environment of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Group Travel Influencing Work-Life Balance of Millennials: The Study of It Companies in Pune

Work-life balance (WLB) is a subject of primary concern for every organization. This paper attempted to delineate the influence of group travel on the WLB of millennials working in the IT companies in Pune.
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Study of trust of government handling of Covid-19 in India and USA and disinformation tactics used by the government

This research aims to find out the status of trust the people of the world's two prominent democracies – The United States of America, known worldwide as the most powerful democracy, and the Republic of India, known as the World’s Largest Democracy in the handling of the COVID-19 epidemic, that has gripped the entire world by storm.
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Use of sentiment analysis in social media campaign design and analysis

Sentiment Analysis is the process by which opinions are defined and categorized as positive, neutral, or negative in a given piece of text. It is a vital part of every strategy for tracking social media.
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Review

Barriers to adoption of green buildings – a review

The global construction sector accounts for 13.2% of the world GDP. It contributes to the world's economic growth engine and climate changes due to its high energy footprint.
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Effect of covid-19 pandemic: tourism and hospitality industry

The coronavirus, which causes COVID-19 disease, has unimaginably affected every industry.
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Counselling to promote self-esteem - pilot analysis

Alcohol is not able to control the drinking habit due to both physical and emotional dependence on alcohol. Counseling aims to address the underlying causes of alcoholism.
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Histopathological analyses of breast cancer using deep learning

Deep Learning hosts a plethora of variants and models in Convolution Neural Networks (CNN), where the prudence of these methods is algorithmically proven when implemented with sturdy datasets.
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Breast cancer awareness package on knowledge, attitude and practice towards breast self examination to prevent breast cancer among women in adopted communities – a pilot analysis

Breast health is extremely important for all women. However, the breast is another region of the human body that is susceptible to cancer.
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Effectiveness of health education on knowledge of hypertension among hypertensive patient – a pilot analysis

Hyper tension is often known as high blood pressure. It is a serious medical condition that raises the risk of heart attack, stroke, renal failure, and blindness.
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MRI brain image classification using Linear Vector Quantization Classifier

The metastases cancer other than the lifestyle-related or environmental related no known facts for the brain tumors.
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Review

Mitochondrial therapy: a vision of the outlooks for treatment of main twenty-first-century diseases

Mitochondria are dynamic organelles which constantly change their shape, size, and location within the cells. Mitochondrial dynamics is associated with mesenchymal metabolism or epithelial-mesenchymal transition to regulate the stem cell differentiation, proliferation, migration, and apoptosis.
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Biological effects of mitochondrial therapy: preventing development of myocardial infarction and blocking metastatic aggression of B16/F10 melanoma

The aim is to evaluate the physiological parameters of the efficacy of cardiac mitochondria transplantation in male mice with chronic neurogenic pain and B16/F10 melanoma growth.
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Development of adaptive stereotactic radiotherapy method in treatment of primary malignant glial tumors in the brain

At present, there are some scattered evidence data pertaining to the use of an adaptive technique of radiotherapy in treatment of malignant glial tumors of the brain.
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Multiple factor analysis applied to calculation of blood pressure based on pulsometry data

Development of algorithms capable of determining arterial pressure (AP) according to the contour of a pulse wave (PW) remains a topical issue to be solved with long-time efforts by researchers who work for many years in the field of hemodynamics.
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Case report

A low dose of amiodarone-indused sinoatrial node dysfunction: a case report

We recently treated a case similar to that reported by Mun et al and Chinushi M. Holter ECG demonstrated paroxysmal atrial fibrillation, frequent ventricular ectopy’s, atrial tachycardia. The patient complained of palpitation.
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Study of sedative activity and sleeping effect of the Zopnik mullein-shaped herb (Phlomis Thapsoides (BGE), growing in Uzbekistan

The sedative activity of the zopnik herb on the model of prolongation of the sleeping action of barbiturate in white rats was studied.
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Depression: a predictor of coronary heart disease in Saudi Arabia

This research study mainly deals to evaluate the effect of depression in coronary heart disease patients.
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Retrospective Cohort Study

Association between vitamin d status and subclinical hypothyroidism

The purpose of this study is to investigate the relation between Vitamin D levels and sub-clinical hypothyroidism and the effect of Vitamin D supplementation on treatment outcome.
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Perfect home composting of biodegradable waste resources for reducing carbon foot print and climate change associated with global warming – a microbiological approach

Huge amounts of organic biodegradable waste resources are thrown on dumping yards in India and neighboring Asian countries every day. It is estimated that 40-50% of total solid waste collected daily is biodegradable in India. Mumbai, a 1% population of the country, generates about 2500 MT of biodegradable waste.
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Impact on student behavior due to Covid-19 lockdown in India

This paper aims to comprehend the change & impact on students' behavior during the COVID-19 Lockdown in India.
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Testing Herzberg’s two factor theory on millennials

This study tests Herzberg's two-factor theory of motivation on working millennials. The purpose of the study is to evaluate what the assumptions and the findings of the original study hold for millennials.
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Workplace motivation and job satisfaction among generation y in India

Employee work motivation and job satisfaction are dynamic and demanding goals for a business. It has been much more daunting in today's dynamic workforce. A business is a wonderful workspace that serves the expectations of each employee and motivates each one to achieve its objectives.
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Internship in the year of Covid-19: what has changed in internship dynamics?

The purpose of this research is to understand the changes in internship dynamics of MBA students in 2020 who undertook virtual full-time internships as compared to previous years when interns were required to be present physically.
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Scope of big data analytics in green supply chain management: a review

In the modern era, the specialists working in the supply chain arenas are engulfed with enormous amounts of data, which has made them think out of the box and probe more into the sources of the data and techniques of analyzing and organizing the unstructured data.
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A study on impact of coronavirus pandemic on the education system

Objective: Because of the recent COVID-19 outbreak, the government decides to close the schools to avoid the virus chain. However, that made a tremendous impact on the education system. Hence, the research's main aim focuses on the effect of the education system on the corona.
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Acceptance of AR/VR technology in aviation industry by passengers in terms of enhancing their travel experience

AR, VR has introduced a new set of interfaces that can potentially transform the way humans interact with their surroundings completely. AR/VR can be used in airlines' manufacturing, supply-chain, and pilot training to enhance the passenger experience.
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A phenomenological study to understand gender diversity and inclusion in the tech industry

Various researches have established that diversity with inclusion yields a competitive advantage and promotes innovation in workplaces. Gender diversity and retention of top women talent, however, remains a problem.
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Harnessing the power of ML and NLP for decision making in education sector from social media data

The active social media users across the globe have passed the 3.8 billion mark. Platforms like Facebook, Reddit, Instagram, Twitter, and more are an ocean full of opinions and views.
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Stress among caregivers of schizophrenia - a pilot analysis

Caregivers of patients with schizophrenia experience a lot of stress and emotional strain, and they are frequently required to take care of them for the rest of their lives.
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Effectiveness of sleep hygiene to reduce insomnia among persons with suffering with obsessive compulsive disorder-pilot analysis

Obsessive-compulsive disorder frequently have insomnia, and those with acute insomnia who also have mental comorbidities without therapy, they are more likely to develop persistent insomnia.
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Effectiveness of sleep hygiene to reduce insomnia among persons with suffering with obsessive compulsive disorder-pilot analysis

Obsessive-compulsive disorder frequently have insomnia, and those with acute insomnia who also have mental comorbidities without therapy, they are more likely to develop persistent insomnia.
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A study to assess the effectiveness of isometric exercise on reducing the knee pain among osteoarthritis patients in orthopedic ward in sree balaji medical college and hospital, Chennai.

Pain is a feeling that is triggered by harmful stimuli. Osteoarthritis is a highly common ailment that is sometimes referred to as "wear and tear" of the body's joints when pain is present.
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Application tool for assisting diagnosis and forecast progression of abnormality and medical condition of patients

The precocious knowledge on reckoning schemes scientifically and technically was replaced with the rapid amelioration in medicinal contrivance systems and treatment information registers.
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