Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Population

Assessment of the willingness to Vaccinate Against COVID-19 Among Adult Saudi Population in Makkah AL-Mokarramah, 2021

Turki Mohammed Abdulqader Maghrabi1; Rani Omar A Alnabati1; Sondos abdelmalik aboukhashaba; Abeer ali alharbi; Khalid Mohammed A Alobaid; Hani Ahmed H Alharbi; Yahya Helal H Almalki; Ahmed Saeed Ahmed Almalk; Ali Marzook Albajali; ,Abdullah Faisal Ahmed Alhazmi; Ayman Mohammed H Aljabri; Balqassm Ahmaed Almalki; Yousef Ahmed Ali AlghamdI

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 4, Pages 3399-3415

Background: Vaccination against COVID-19 is the key to controlling the pandemic. Vaccines are a critical new tool in the battle against COVID-19 and it is hugely encouraging to see so many vaccines proving successful and going into development, vaccines save millions of lives each year. Vaccine hesitancy is a potential threat to global public health. Since there is a vaccine against the COVID-19 pandemic, much less is known about its acceptance in the community. It is important to understand the correlates of COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in the Saudi public and the reasons why individuals intend to refuse a COVID-19 vaccine. The COVID-19 vaccine is an effective measure to manage the pandemic as it prevents severe illness and death. Developing immunity through vaccination means there is a reduced risk of developing the illness and its consequences. This immunity helps you fight the virus if exposed.

Awareness of the Impact of COVID-19 virus on the depression on Population at Saudi Arabia at Makkah in Saudi Arabia 2021

Moaaz Mohammed Fadelelahy, Basem Saad Alghamdi, Molham Emam Badry

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 4, Pages 3210-3226

      The COVID-19 pandemic in KSA resulted in a nationwide quarantine on March 27th, 2020. This study represents the assessment of rates of depression in the general population of KSA during the pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented global crisis, necessitating drastic changes to living conditions, social life, personal freedom and economic activity.  study has yet examined the presence of depression symptoms in the KSA population under similar conditions. Patients at risk of severe SARS-CoV-2 acute respiratory syndrome are characterised by the high prevalence of pre-existing diseases (high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, or cancer), most of them typically present in severely depression patients. Indeed, the biological role of adipose tissue in sustaining SARS-CoV-2 infection is not completely elucidated. Aim of the study: To assessment the awareness of the Impact of COVID-19 virus on the depression on Population at Saudi Arabia at Makkah in Saudi Arabia 2021 Method : Across-sectional study among Population residents in primary health care center in Makkah Al-Mukarramah was conducted using an online questionnaire designed during April 2021. The questionnaire collected socio-demographic characteristics, depression Symptoms in participants before and during the COVID-19 Pandemic (via the PHQ-9 patient depression questionnaire) our total participants were (200). Results: most of the participants (41.0%) were in the age group more than 60 years  follow by the (37.0%)were in the age 30-40 years, the majority of them were female (27.0%) while male(28.0%), regarding  the marital status most of participants married were(44.0%), regarding level of education the majority of participant are Primary/ Intermediate were(35.0%), regarding Chronic Medical conditions the majority of participant are Diabetes were(42.0%) while High blood pressure were(33.0%) , regarding  the Working/studying from home most of participants answer No were(74.0%)while answer Yes were(15.33%).Conclusion: The research's showed increase in the prevalence of mental health problems and depression in the early stages of the pandemic, and these problems were predicted by several specific COVID related variables. Further similar surveys, particularly of those with children at home, are required as the pandemic progresses. In addition Anxiety and depression levels amongst Population at Saudi Arabia in healthcare were found to be high when assessed during the COVID-19 pandemic


Lola Gulyamova; Dilshod Rakhmanov; Abduhokim Abdurahmanov; Otabek Yusupjonov; SHukurullokhon Anvarov

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 524-532

This paper covers issues related to using Open Data for retrieving geospatial information about population in Uzbekistan. The methods are described from the perspective of their relevance to the technical and conceptual development of interactive dynamic maps. Several peculiarities of development of Open Data in this country are analyzed with the purpose of applying geoinformation technologies for capturing geospatial information. Some analytical tools are suggested to bring together Open Data of different official sources by means of Geographical Information Systems. ArcGIS Online and other software are applied for interactive mapping.


Alexandr V. Dunaev; Elena N. , Dunaeva; Viktoriya N. Zelenkova; Valeriy K. Tokhtar; Tatiana V. Petrunova

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 3790-3796

Abstract. The article is devoted to the development of a simplified scheme for
assessing the regional category of rarity of macrofungi on the example of Morchella
steppicola and Hemileccinum impolitum, which live in the Belgorod region of the
Russian Federation (RF). Based on data from field studies (2009-2020) conducted in
the ecotopes of the Belgorod region, and a comparative analysis of global and
regional approaches to assessing the category of rarity of biological species and
optimizing the evaluation criteria for the regional level, a simplified scheme for
evaluating the regional category of rarity of macrofungi has been developed. The
technical side of the assessment according to the developed scheme is shown.
According to the results of the assessment, at the moment M. steppicola is considered
as a rare species in the territory of the Belgorod region, requiring increased protection
measures. H. impolitum is considered as a non-rare species that does not require
increased protection measures on the territory of the Belgorod region.

Characteristics Of The Manifestation Of Hypertension In Patients With Dyslipidemia

Ochilova Dilorom Abdukarimovna; Komilova Baxmal Odilovna; Sobirov Shohruh Husenovich; Rakhmonkulova Nargiza Gafurovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 5313-5318

Arterial hypertension (AH) and various metabolic disorders are some of the most important problems of modern medical science and healthcare. This article describes the distribution of dyslipidemia among patients, one of the most important risk factors for hypertension, and its age and gender characteristics. The results of studies on diurnal changes in blood pressure in patients with arterial hypertension with dyslipidemia, important aspects of correction are also presented. The article provides important practical tips on the treatment of hypertension and blood pressure control for dyslipidemia.


Karthikeson. P.S; Arvind S; Kiran Kumar P

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 1121-1127

Malocclusion is a common development disorder which can create a negative impact on children and adults. Angle had classified malocclusion into class I, class II , class III based on upper and lower molars. Prevalence of malocclusion varies among different populations based on their ethnicity. This study aims to find out the prevalence of class II dental relation among permanent dentition patients in our population. The study is done among patients who came to the dental college. Patient data is collected from dental case records of patients with permanent dentition. With the collected data, class II malocclusion prevalence among patients were evaluated. Results were analyzed using SPSS statistical software. Out of 37756 patients, 1017 patients (2.69%) had class II malocclusion among permanent dentition. 52.95% were males and 47.05% were females. Prevalence of Class II div I was higher (88%) than class II div 2 (12%). Chi square test done between type of malocclusion and gender was found to be insignificant with P value of
0.564. Within the limitations of the current study, it was found that prevalence of class II malocclusion was less in our population with no significant difference in distribution among males and females. 


Anubhav Das; Ravindra Kumar Jain

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 1851-1857

The dental arch form is defined as the shape formed by the configuration of the bony ridge of the jaw. Arch form dimension and variations have been studied by several authors. Consideration of the arch form is of utmost importance, because it is crucial that the arch form should be examined before starting upon the treatment as this gives valuable information about the position into which teeth can be moved if they are to be stable following treatment. Different methods have been developed to describe the dental arch morphology ranging from simple classification of arch shape through combinations of linear dimensions to complex mathematical equations.This study is a cross sectional retrospective study which has been undertaken in a university setting. Case records of 300 class II division 1 malocclusion patients in the age group of 12- 40years were included for the study and an analysis was done on different dental arch forms prevalent in class II division 1 malocclusion. Descriptive statistical analysis was performed for association of arch form with gender, age group of the included records in SPSS software by IBM. Chi- square test was performed,frequency distribution was performed. No significant statistical association between gender and arch form , age group and arch form in class II div 1 malocclusion was seen.


E. Dhivya sri,; A. Jothi Priya; Hannah R; Lakshminarayanan Arivarasu

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 2210-2221

To investigate the awareness about pandemic disease between both rural and Urban populations.Self - administered questions were prepared. The questions were distributed in Google forms and hundreds of participants participated. The statistical data was analysed.Present study showed that a substantial number of participants have adequate awareness regarding an infectious respiratory illness (45% close), risk of pandemic (42.3%), available vaccines (52.3%), majority of participants (82%) would pandemics cause sudden, widespread morbidity and mortality as well as social political and economic disruption.Although there is an appropriate knowledge and awareness regarding various aspects of pandemic disease both Urban and rural population still, active interventions are required in all areas of pandemic not only to improve their knowledge and awareness regarding pandemic between both rural and Urban population adults also.