Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Systematic Review

Efficiency of information technologies for measure the level Burnout Syndrome, a systematic review

Michael Cabanillas- Carbonell; Allison De la Cruz- Velasquez

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 2035-2046

Burnout Syndrome or burn syndrome is a disease caused by exhaustion or work
overload, this has a high impact due to the consequences occurring in different
situations. This document presents a systematic review of the literature on the
impact of information technologies to measure the level of burnout syndrome.
We reviewed 65 articles from the period 2015-2020 on Burnout syndrome with
indicators like causes, consequences and treatments from the databases IEEE
Xplore, Sciencedirect, SpringerLink and Proquest

Analysis of emerging technologies for the social inclusion of people with hearing disabilities: a review of the scientific literature from 2005 - 2020

Henry Melgarejo- Nagata; Michael Cabanillas- Carbonell

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 1591-1604

Currently, hearing impairment is not alien to our reality. The limitations that these people present are reflected in the development of their communication skills, which prevents its development in the social, work and psychological sphere. There are various methods to help these people, the communication adaptations that aim to develop their social skills. One of the methods to achieve the social integration of these people is by applying ICT. For this reason, the objective of this systematic review of the scientific literature is to determine the criteria that should be taken for the development of an emerging technology for the social inclusion of people with hearing disabilities. For the preparation of this research, a compilation of 61 sources of information in Spanish and English, related to the subject, was made. The selected articles were obtained from the databases,, Dialnet and IEEE Xplore.

Analysis of intelligent systems for the prevention of depression, a systematic review

Manuel Rafael- Paitan; Michael Cabanillas- Carbonell

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 2302-2314

Depression strikes different people regardless of their social status, education level, or
gender. For this reason, it is important to detect this disease as soon as possible to
avoid negative consequences in people who suffer from it . This study is a review of
scientific literature, where 200 articles have been collected from the following
databases: Ebsco Host, IEEE Xplore, Science Direct and Scopus.Based on our
inclusion and exclusion criteria, 40 articles were systematized. Having good results
on the topic of the most common intelligent systems and the approach that is
recommended when developing an intelligent system.

Systamatic Review On Respiratory Failure During Covid-19

Dr.Aruthra .P; Dr. Senthil Nathan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 5561-5570

Respiratory diseases got prevalent during the current pandemic (COVID 19). The current article is a systamatic review of the literature written by the scholars on respiratory failure during the CODIV-19. Articles have been downloaded from the Scopus and WoS database for the evaluation purpose. PRISMA guidelines have been used for the purpose of selection of articles. Graphical and tabular representation have been used to show the output.

A Systematic Review Of Requisite Focused Soft Skills For Employability

C G Prakash; Prof KavitaLaghate

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1485-1493

This paper is a systematic review of the literature study of focussed skills which are demanded by the
industry . Using systematic researches across two decades of publications , journals were selected for review
.Key findings of the review include motivations : to enhance employability by addressing the skills in demand ;
barriers : resistance to change and lack of knowledge of requirements ; and limitations such as absence of
focus on employment while designing and rolling out curriculum of post graduate management students


Dr.Lokeshwari V; Dr. Shanmuga Priyan S

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 5627-5635

In the world, the third big coronavirus (CoV) outbreak originated in late 2019 and is called COVID-19 in Wuhan, Hubei, China 1. The epidemic first spread to nearby Asian countries and then across the world after an initial explosive outbreak of pneumonia of uncertain aetiology in China. The bilateral lung glassy opacity of patients with COVID-19 was found to have a constellation of symptoms such as flu, dry cough, dyspnea, sore throat, and nasal inflammation and radiological findings. vitamin D is subject to a range of ways, including physical barriers, cellular natural immunity and adaptive immunity, to lower risk of microbial infection and death. The supplementation with vitamin D has shown beneficial effects in viral influenza, including HIV infections. During Covid 19, the effects of vitamin D supplementation remain controversial. In order to help identify cut offs for vitamin D and, last but not least, which dose is the strongest, clinical trials are needed.

Systematic Review On Role Of Drosophila Melanogasterto Address Thecancer Problem

Dr.VikramC. M; Dr.Maunika M

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 5487-5498

Toward the start of the twentieth century, the entomologist Charles W. Woodworth extended the utilization of Drosophila melanogaster as a hereditary model creature (Sturtevant, 1959). A few years after the fact, Thomas Hunt Morgan detached a fly strain bearing a transformation that changed the eye tone from red to white; in doing as such, he set up the connection between qualities, chromosomes and aggregates (Morgan, 1910). From that point, the idea of quality legacy began to appear by the commitments of Morgan's generally eminent understudies, all around licensed in science history. Alfred Henry Sturtevant proposed that qualities should be masterminded in a direct request also, assembled the principal hereditary guide (Morgan et al., 1920; Sturtevant, 1913), Calvin Bridges set up that chromosomes should be the transporters of qualities (Bridges, 1916b), and Hermann Joseph Muller shown the relationship between quality transformation rate and X-beam presentation (Muller, 1928). However, in the shadows of these unmistakable men, a lady was utilizing flies to address an alternate inquiry: do chromosomes convey the reason for malignant growth? She was an individual from Morgan's celebrated Fly Room and the lone lady that moved with him from Columbia to Caltech in 1928. Her name, Mary Bertha Distinct, may have been failed to remember, however her heritage isn't.