Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Correlation

Quantitation of HIV1 RNA viral load and its correlation with CD4 cell count in Hepatitis C virus and human immunodeficiency virus co-infected patients attending RIMS hospital Imphal

Dr. Sougrakpam ratna; Dr. Ngangom lilavati; Dr. H. Rebachandra singh; Dr. Khumanthem Shailendra Singh; Dr. Arunoday Kumar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 426-436

Background: HCV-HIV co- infection leads to more rapid progression to cirrhosis, end stage liver disease and hepatocellular carcinoma but some literature opined that overall survival of HIV positive persons is not affected by the presence of HCV.This study was conducted with he objective to quantify HIV1 RNA viral load in HIV-AIDS coinfected individuals & its correlation with CD4 cell count.

Correlation of peak amplitude ECG between leads Based on the condition of the heart

Sabar Setiawidayat

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 862-872

Non-invasive cardiac examination in standard clinic is still using 12-lead electrocardiograph. The results of the examination are presented on ECG paper or on the monitor screen. A normal electrocardiogram on one lead is not necessarily normal for the other lead, because each lead represents a certain part of the heart so that one by one is necessary. This examination takes time so that it can increase the stage of the disease if the patient turns out to be in an abnormal condition. This paper aims to correlate the peak amplitude of each lead to normal and abnormal heart conditions. If it is known that the peak amplitude is correlated between the leads, the other leads do not need to be checked, so that the diagnosis time will be obtained faster. Cardiac biosignal data that has been sampled with a frequency of 250 Hz is a discrete signal that can be stored digitally in a database. 10 samples of normal conditions and 10 samples of abnormal conditions were analyzed using Saphiro-Wilk so that the data were normally distributed. Spearman correlation analysis is used to get peak amplitude correlation between leads. The results showed that for abnormal conditions with a significance of 0.01 there was a correlation between the peak P lead I with leads III and V5, while for normal conditions there was a correlation between peak P lead I and leads V3 and V4. In abnormal conditions there is a correlation between peak R lead II and V6, while in normal conditions there is a correlation between peak R lead I and aVF.


Saidakbar Raxmonkulov; Jalolov Khurshidbek; Chariyeva Hilal Dustmurotovna; Danabaev Abdumurot Berdievich; Ochildiev Najmiddin Norboevich; Abdishukurov Buri Radjapovish; Dadakhujayev Hassanboy Tulanboyevich

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 9, Pages 1948-1951

The article presents the results on the correlation of some economically valuable traits in interline hybrids of F2 cotton with various colors of seed puffs. Revealed positive average correlations between the productivity of plants and the weight of raw cotton one boll; strong negative to strong positive - between 1000 seeds and fiber yield; weak, medium and strong - between 1000 seeds and fiber length.


Dr. P.K. Anjani; Dr. Suja Sundram; Ms. V. Abinaya

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 3660-3674

The COVID-19 pandemic has intensified and expanded in terms of its global reach, with huge impacts on
public health and unprecedented shocks to economies and labor markets. Many countries have initiated social distancing
policies, Lock downs to slow the virus‟s spread, with the aim of avoiding catastrophic outcomes for national health
systems and minimizing lives lost. ILO estimates show that workplace closures have increased rapidly in recent weeks
that 81 per cent of the global workforce lives in countries with mandatory or recommended closures. With increasing
numbers of partial or total lockdowns in place that restrict operations of business and movement of the vast majority of
workers, for many it has become impossible to work. Quantitative research methods were used for the study, and a
sample population was chosen amongst participants who were single and in a relationship, female and male, with and
without children, by using a convenient sampling method. The questionnaire used contained existing scales where the
Cronbach‟s alpha coefficients were above the recommended 0.8. Out of 250 distributed questionnaires, 200 were
completed and returned, giving an overall returning rate of 80%. The data was analyzed using IBM SPSS version 20.
This study identified the factors influencing work force during COVID 19, the association between the
demographic profile of employees and the factors influencing employees during COVID 19 and also their impact
among the influencing factors. This study identified the existence of positive correlation between the work satisfaction
and the psychological health, which indicates that when there is higher satisfaction in work which eventually leads to
good psychological health. This study also identified that existence of positive correlation between the Family-work
conflict and the psychological stress, which indicates that increase in conflict between the work and family eventually
lead to unhappiness and psychological stress.


Dr. Meda Srinivasa Rao; Dr. Venkateswararao. Podile; Dr.Durgaprasad Navvula

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 1010-1018

Banking is a backbone for economic progress of any country, India is not an exception. After Nationalisation till liberalisation the progress of banking industry mainly focused on public sector banks. After liberalisation private sector banks has played an important role for the progress of Indian economy. Government of India initiated diverse structural reforms in line with global banking industry such as implementation of Basel norms, listing in stock exchanges, automation of operational activities, consolidation of selected public sector banks , as a part of financial inclusion Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY), National Investment and Infrastructure (NIIF), allowing to operate small and payments banks and others. The current study highlights risk and return of banking stocks which are part of Nifty index between 2 periods which includes period1, the UPA government (2010 to 2014) and period2, the NDA government (2015 to 2019). It also examines the pattern of return and risk of banking stocks between two periods and relates different policy decisions. The study used different statistical techniques like Return, Average return, Standard deviation, Variance and Beta. Coefficient of variation analysis is to understanding the relationship between two periods risk and return of banking stocks.