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JournalISSN: 2550-696X

International Journal of Health Sciences (IJHS) 

Suryasa and Sons
About: International Journal of Health Sciences (IJHS) is an academic journal published by Suryasa and Sons. The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): Medicine & Internal medicine. It has an ISSN identifier of 2550-696X. It is also open access. Over the lifetime, 7338 publications have been published receiving 2063 citations.

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TL;DR: In addition to the consequences derived from the effects of the virus, the mental health of people was impacted with high repercussions at the social and family level, as well as the teaching processes at the different levels of education where many students abandoned their studies.
Abstract: Current experiences at a global level are an inspiration for research in the academic field. There is much to learn, and society must carefully reflect on the moments lived in two years that for many have meant two centuries. Many difficulties remain to be resolved and a wide field to discover the unknown by medicine. With the difficulties that have arisen on a global scale because of COVID-19, health has been affected at the societal level; In addition to the consequences derived from the effects of the virus, the mental health of people was impacted with high repercussions at the social and family level, as well as the teaching processes at the different levels of education where many students abandoned their studies.

613 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, an improved method based on machine learning was proposed to analyze the sequencing and tumor sequencing patterns of the human gene and analyzes the circulatory problems of patients with different tumor types for analysis in the public domain.
Abstract: In general, the various medical systems currently available provide insights into changes in the tumor genome of patients with tumor sequencing. Most of the tumor DNA sequencing can also be referred to as genetic specification or genetic testing. The sequence results help clinical decision-making to develop a personalized cancer treatment plan based on the molecular characteristics of the tumor rather than a one-size-fits-all treatment approach. The tumor sequencing also plays a major role in cancer research. In this paper, an improved method based on machine learning was proposed to analyze the sequencing and tumor sequencing patterns of the human gene. This proposed method analyzes the circulatory problems of patients with different tumor types for analysis in the public domain. It also constantly monitors large data sets of cancer or tumor genetic sequences to calculate tumor size and location. This allows the doctor to get an accurate report on the type of tumor and the problems it can cause to the patient. The Analysis of these datasets of cancer tumor gene sequences reveals that the genetic makeup of each patient is different and that no two cancers are the same.

164 citations

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TL;DR: Systematic review and meta-analysis of experiences of nurses working during respiratory infection pandemic in hospitals providing management of the acute conditions found the nursing teams offered high-quality care despite facing significant emotional, social and physical consequences, and lack of responsiveness of formalised managerial reaction.
Abstract: Aim: To carry out systematic review and meta-analysis of experiences of nurses working during respiratory infection pandemic in hospitals providing management of the acute conditions. Background: The major portion of the health professionals working as the main frontline workers in COVID -19 pandemics and other respiratory pandemics are constituted by nurses. In recent literature there has been evaluation of the increased risk among health workers. But very few studies have been put forward which have provided data especially regarding risk among the nurses irrespective of the other health activists and analysed the experience of nurses regarding their involvement in the pandemic. Review Results: The systematic and meta-analysis contained reports from 15 qualitative research including 397 nurses. The study was primarily phenomenological in nature. The majority of the nurses were female and between the ages of twenty to fifty years. The review and meta-analysis included 136 findings of the study, 111 of which were unambiguous and 25 of which were convincing. The nursing teams offered high-quality care despite facing significant emotional, social and physical consequences, and lack of responsiveness of formalised managerial reaction.

112 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, a triangular method is proposed which takes into account the needs of the patients, calculates the time management of the doctors and analyzes the facilities available in the healthcares.
Abstract: In general, the number of diseases is increasing in the current era. There is also a growing fear among the patients about the nature of the growing number of new diseases and their consequences. Thus the patients are interested in getting treatment from healthcares for minor physical problems. But factors such as lack of space in healthcares and lack of time for doctors make patients uncomfortable. Sometimes doctors recommend that patients come to the healthcare only for emergency treatment. In this paper, a triangular method is proposed which takes into account the needs of the patients, calculates the time management of the doctors and analyzes the facilities available in the healthcares. Designed with the help of medical IoT devices, efficient sensors fitted to patients' bodies monitor their physical condition. Furthermore based on this sensor information the doctor can provide the patient with the necessary instructions from where they were. These sensors send information directly to the healthcare when further emergency treatment is needed. Thus healthcares can make the necessary arrangements to provide the necessary treatments to the patient immediately.

85 citations

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TL;DR: Since coronaviruses do not differ structurally to any great exent, the SARS-CoV-2 virus – as well as possible future mutations – will very likely be highly UV sensitive, so that common UV disinfection procedures will inactivate the new Sars- CoV- 2 virus without any further modification.
Abstract: Background: To slow the increasing global spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, appropriate disinfection techniques are required. Ultraviolet radianon (UV) has a well-known antiviral effect. But measurements on the radiation dose necessary to inactivate SARS-CoV-2 have not been pub- lished so far. Methods: Coronavirus inactivation experiments with ultraviolet light performed in the past were evaluated to determine the UV radiation dose required for a 90% virus reduction. This analysis is based on the fact that all coronaviruses have a similar structure and similar RNA strand length. Results: The available data reveals large variations, which are apparently not caused by the coronaviruses but by the experimental conditions selected. If these are excluded as far as possible, it appears that coronaviruses are very UV sensitive. The upper limit determined for the log-reduction dose (90% reduction) is approximately 10.6 mJ/cm2 (median), while the true value is probably only 3.7 mJ/cm2 (median). Conclusion: Since coronaviruses do not differ structurally to any great exent, the SARS-CoV-2 virus – as well as possible future mutations – will very likely be highly UV sensitive, so that common UV disinfection procedures will inactivate the new SARS-CoV-2 virus without any further modification.

49 citations

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No. of papers from the Journal in previous years
YearPapers
2023288
20227,628