No.20 November 2021

Regulation of homeostasis

Dear readers!

We remember in October 2021 the 115th anniversary of the birth of Maria A. Ukolova, the prominent Russian researcher, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor, First Deputy Director for Science at the Rostov-on-Don Research Institute of Oncology (RRIO), the originator of new research areas, who was the head of the experimental department at the above Institute, the founder of the first scientific school for accompanying magnetotherapy of tumors in Russia
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Structural oncomarkers in blood plasma in patients with multiple myeloma when using accompanying selective plasma exchange and chemotherapy

The aim of this research work has been to investigate the structural organization of solid films made from blood plasma taken from patients with secretory multiple myeloma (MM).
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Myoendocardial formations of heart atria and ventricles of the female Amur leopard cat (Prionailurus bengalensis euptilurus) in normal fertile age

The object of the study is the hearts of four young reproductive females of the Amur leopard cat, a rare mammal representative of the cat family.
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A Study of Perceptions about Healthy Food Advertised in Select Urban Areas in India

The percentage of the obese and overweight population in India has alarmingly increased over the last few years. It is described as a global epidemic that needs to be controlled.
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Five Decades of Risk Perception Measurements of Tobacco Use: A Review of Literature

Perceptions of risk are beliefs about the likelihood of damage or loss. People make subjective judgments regarding the intensity and features of a danger. Smoking start and continuation are influenced by risk perception. Risk perception of tobacco use or smoking has always been controversial. Few studies found that risk perception is overestimated by smokers and tobacco users, while other studies found that smokers underestimate the risk of smoking.
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Conflict situation in a suburban hospital, India: Reasons and measures to minimize

Health care has a prominent place in society and as a setting required to serve and care for its public and stimulate overall physical, psychological, and social health. It has a distinct obligation to generate a healthy workplace.
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Strategies for Mitigating the Effects of a Pandemic on Indian Medical Tourism

India is a favorable destination for medical tourism because of its quality healthcare services and affordable treatment costs. It is a continuously growing industry across the globe. But whenever any pandemic situation arises, it adversely affects the industry.
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Influence made by industrial climbing safety equipment on the cardiovascular system performance and thermophysical parameters of limbs in an industrial climber at low ambient temperatures

The task of the article is to assess the effect made by an industrial climbing safety system used by an industrial climber, performing his work to provide a harness-based suspended access at low ambient temperatures, on his physiological parameters.
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Comparison of Coronary Vessel Sizing Using Coronary Angiography versus Intravascular Ultrasound in Egyptian Patients

Coronary artery disease (CAD) is a leading cause of death worldwide. Intravascular imaging is an important tool in the arsenal of each interventional cardiologist. While angiography provides a two-dimensional image of a three-dimensional structure, intravascular imaging enhances understanding by providing detailed cross-sectional images.
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Editorial

Study of the effect made by interval hypoxic training on cardiac metabolism and hemodynamics

In this study, the Go2Altitude hypoxicator produced by the Australian company BiotechMed was used. A 60-year-old male patient, height 182 cm, weight 95 kg, was fed in alternating mode, 5 minutes / 3 minutes, a mixture of oxygen 12% and nitrogen 88% through a mask, with room air (approximately 20.9% oxygen and 79.1% nitrogen) during the 45-minute session.
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Applicability of mitochondrial energy factors in accompanying therapy of lymphoproliferative diseases (experimental study)

The purpose of the study was to reveal the effectiveness of the Cytochrome C drug in the early stages of the Pliss lymphosarcoma growth in white outbred rats.
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Review

Use of Laser Technologies in Oncourology

Due to the increasing use of laser technologies in oncourology, we consider it relevant to publish a review of domestic and foreign articles for 2015-2021.
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FMS (Federated Model as A Service) For Healthcare: An Automated Secure-Framework for Personalized Recommendation System

The Healthcare sector has been emerging on the platform of data science. And data scientists are often using machine learning techniques based on historical data to create models, make predictions or recommendations.
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Design of decision support system incorporating data mining algorithms for strengthening maternal and child health systems: Inclusion of systems-thinking approach

Reduction of maternal and infant mortality rates has been recognised as one of the important goals of this century. Both coverage improvement and inequity reduction have been set up as millennium targets.
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Simulation Model for Covid-19 Pandemic

Report Submitted: 30.08.2021; Accepted: 17.09.2021; Published online: 21.11.2021 SimulationModel for Covid-19 Pandemic Trupti P. Borhade, Apoorva Kulkarni* Symbiosis Centre for Information Technology,Symbiosis International (Deemed University), Pune, Maharashtra, India * Corresponding author: [email protected] Abstract This paper outlines computer modeling algorithms designed to predict and forecast a COVID-19. In this paper, we consider a deterministic model. Theongoing COVID-19 epidemic quickly spread across the globe.
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Usage of Nutritional Supplements and Its Side Effects Among Gym Goers in Pune

Nutritional supplements have always been a point of attraction for physically active people. These have improved exercise performance, increased muscular strength, weight gain or weight loss, etc.
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Clinical and laboratory indicators of patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus on the background of freeze-dried camel milk «shubat extra» medication

Camel milk is a natural product that has dietic and medicinal properties. Camel milk is widely used in the field of non-conventional medicine. It is scientifically proven that camel milk has the ability to help in the medical treatment of cancer and leukemia, due to the presence of substances that eliminate out of the body the compounds that provoke the development of cancer.
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Modeling of threats in the sphere of medical data storage

In medical institutions of various levels, a large amount of data is stored in electronic form, to ensure the safety of which are presented with special requirements. Ensuring the safety of the storage of medical data should begin with an analysis of existing threats.
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Present-day tendencies in accompanying therapy in cancer treatment: from theory of adaptational reactions to bio-information technologies translation

At present, to develop new, scientifically justified, technologies of an accompanying therapy to improve the oncological situation is a challenge to health care.
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Stellanin: a promising medical drug for accompanying therapy in lung cancer treatment

One of the cancer prevention measures involves the correction of the altered functions of the body's regulatory systems. Many malignant tumors are accompanied by the thyroid system dysfunction.
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Liriodendrin, ameliorates hypertension by calcium channel blockade and enhancing enos expression in wistar rats

Hypertension is found to be the prime cause of death worldwide in spite of a number of available treatments which suggests that there is a need of discovering new lead molecules that would be more effective to treat cardiovascular disease (CVD).
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Effectiveness of Blockchain to Solve the Interoperability Challenges in Healthcare

This study aims to explore the potential of Blockchain to transform healthcare, build the patient-driven healthcare ecosystem rather than the current institutional driven and enhance the privacy, security, and interoperability of healthcare data and check the counterfeit drugs.
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The Impact of Rock Music on Indian Young Adults: A Qualitative Study on Emotions and Moods

Music has proven to play a vital role in social and emotional development in teenagers and young adults. From contemplation, developing self-identity, understanding interpersonal relationships, and providing possibilities of experience mastery, agency, and self-control with the help of self-directed activities, music helps its audience develop in all aspects of life. In specific, Rock music, since its existence has been more than entertainment, artists expressed themselves and shared their opinions through their musical pieces.
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Healthcare Consumer Behaviour: The Impact of Digital Transformation of Healthcare On Consumer

Healthcare consumer behavior is influenced by the cumulative impact of internal/external factors. Individual considerations, and interplay amongst determinants, are both crucial. Today, customers demand more information, greater options, and real-time interactions. Customer engagement has become crucial.
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Hedonic Hunger: Eating for desire and Not Calories

Hedonic hunger can be described as a state where an individual experiences recurrent feelings, thoughts, and desires about food in the absence of energy deprivation. Living in an obesogenic environment where cheap, tasty foods are available in plentiful amounts is one of the major causes of hedonic hunger development.
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Chemical composition and nutritional value of the fish growed under the conditions of a natural hot spring of the Almaty region

The article presents the results of the study of the nutritional, biological value and the chemical composition of the Nile tilapia fish, grown in the natural hot spring of Chondzhy, using different formulations of grower feed. Also, the chemical composition and nutritional value of the sharptooth catfish were investigated for comparative analysis.
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