Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Biochemical


Study of biochemical and other parameters in patients treated with remdesivir vs. without the remdesivir in mildmoderate covid 19 patients

Dr. Bheemesh Vangalapati, Dr. Sudarshan Reddy, Dr. Venkappa S Mantur, Dr. Avula Naveen, Dr. Arun Kumar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 2, Pages 818-821

Background: The ACTT-1 trial showed that the median time to recovery was 10 days in the
remdesivir group compared to 15 days in the placebo group. However, remdesivir failed to
provide a survival benefit. This study puts in an effort to find the difference in biochemical
and other parameters in patients treated with remdesivir vs. without the remdesivir in mildmoderate
covid 19 patients.
Aims and Objectives: To study the biochemical and other parameters in patients treated with
remdesivir vs. without the remdesivir in mild-moderate covid 19 patients.
Materials and Methods: This study was done in the Department of Pharmacology,
Kanachur Institute of Medical Sciences, Mangalore. This study was done from May 2020 to
June 2021. The study was done in 30 patients who were treated with remdesivir and thirty
without.
Results: There is significant difference between the remdesivir used group when compared to
the unused group.
Conclusion: It may be useful in mild to moderate cases.

Biochemical and endocrinological aspects of female infertility: Descriptive comparative study

Dr. Arun William, Dr. Dinesh Roy D, Dr. Viji Krishnan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 2, Pages 2038-2043

Infertility is a disease of the reproductive system and its treatment can affect all aspects of people’s lives, which can cause various psychological-emotional disorders or consequences including frustration, hopelessness, depression, guilt, anxiety and feelings of worthlessness in life. In order to evaluate Biochemical and endocrinological aspects of female infertility, a test-control study was designed. For the study 150 clinically diagnosed infertile female subjects and 150 age matched healthy females with one or more children were involved in the study as control. Level of uric acid concentration was comparatively higher among test group (5.5mg/dL) than the control subjects (4.4mg/dL) (p<0.005). The inflammatory marker (hsCRP) demonstrated a very high concentration among the test subjects than the control group (1.0±0.59) (p<0.005). It was evident that, study group expressed an FSH concentration of 30±10 and control with a FSH level of 12.8±6.00 (p=<0.005).