Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : infections


Role of Progesterone for Maintenance Tocolytic Therapy: A Comprehensive and Updated Overview

Najat Ehmid Mansour, Khaled Fathy Helal, Ahmed Hasan almasarawy, Abdul Majid Sarhan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 4, Pages 1269-1274

Preterm laboris defined as the occurrence of regular uterine contractions after the age of viability and
before 37 completed weeks of gestations with intact membranes [1] . It is the leading cause of neonatal
mortality and a substantial portion of all birth-related morbidity. Preterm delivery accounts for 65% of
neonatal deaths and 50% of neurological disability in childhood. Prematurity rates have not changed in
recent decades [2]

ANALYSIS ON THE INDIVIDUAL PERSPECTIVE ON THE FLARE UP OF FOOD POISONING AMONG HOSTEL STUDENTS - A SURVEY

S. Vidyashri; M.P. Brundha; Priyadharshini R

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 3153-3164

Introduction: Diseases are of two types based on the etiological agents- food borne poisoning and food borne infections. Food poisoning is caused mainly due to Poisonous chemicals or other toxic substances present in food. Ingestion of contaminated drink or food with toxins or bacteria or chemical substances causes acute gastritis. The main problems faced by the students residing in hostels are quality of the food served, sanitation and cleanliness of the hostel, pure water supply and first aid facilities in case of need. Food directly impacts the health of the student and unsanitary food causes a negative outlook of the student which in turn impacts the students desire to stay in the hostel. Potentially risky procedures include preservation of leftovers in an unsanitary environment, reheating of food in a possible unsafe way and food preparation with unprotected wounds on their hands. Student education regarding food poisoning needs to be in focus in an effort to decrease diseases which are food borne.