Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : protection


DISSECTING THE NARRATIVE TECHNIQUE EMPLOYED IN PSALM 91

Harikumar Pallathadka; Tiganlung Rikhi Panmei; Shoraisam Kiran Singh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 4153-4161

Psalms is a book in the Old Testament, which is negotiated as a collection of sacred songs to
be sung. Bible scholars approach it as poetic composition because of its tone and form. They
consider the Book of Psalms as a hymn that disseminates the joyous celebration of the
psalmist. The Book of Psalms is treated as an anthology of individual songs, which are
composed by the psalmist, David. But this fact has been rejected by many Bible scholars. Still,
it is considered a debatable area in the study of the Bible. The content of the books talks about
the love of God and the relationship between the psalmist and God. Also, the Psalms comfort
the heavy-laden heart and soul. The poetic language and technique employed in the Book of
Psalms are what keeps it different from the other books of the Bible. The narrative technique
and formused in the compositions sound significant enough to be explored. The present
research aims at researching the narrative technique used in Psalm 91. The author of the
Psalm 91chapter is unknown but the poetic form and narrative technique have spurred to
carry out the present research.

Ozone Layer Depletion And Efficacy Of Microorganisms On It

Mojtaba Mozaffari; Rajat Atri; Mohammad Ramin Ahmadi; Vinoth Kumar; Louis Cojandaraj

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 2217-2222

Across these last decades, there are many circumstances where human activities have been affecting in different aspects of the environment. In this modern era emission of greenhouse gases and the practice of fossil fuel become a catastrophic global matter, which leads humankind toward an unruly environment. One is the degradation of the ozone layer. The ozone layer is key as it plays a vital role in the life of all living creatures on the planet, certain elements make the earth habitable for living creatures, one of them being the presence of the ozone layer. Life on earth is possible because of the ozone layer that covers the earth. This article is therefore aimed at revising the sources, causes, and bio effects of ozone layer depletion as well as the role of some microbes that fight greenhouse gas denitrifies. The chlorofluorocarbon and the halons are vigorous ozone depleters. The ozone layer is very distinctive because it prevents too many damaging ultraviolet radiations from radiating and attaining earth. Ultraviolet rays have such a wrecking impact on the earth and have this susceptibility to perish animals and plants and human health and major impacts on global warming and climate-changing. Although, the prospective of ozone layer restoration subsist, unexplored. In the absence of other alterations, stratospheric ozone redundancies should ascent in the future as then halogen loading pests in response to the adjustment. However, the future comportment of ozone will as well as be linked and effected through the alteration atmospheric redundancies of methane, water vapor, sulfate aerosol, nitrous oxide, and climate-changing.

FACE MASK HEALTHY OR UNHEALTHY- A REVIEW

N. Naveenaa; Leslie Rani; M.P. Brundha

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 324-333

The facemask is a personal protective equipment which is used to prevent the droplet or aerosol spread. Due to the pandemic spread like SARS, COVID-19 the mask is recommended to be worn by all the people to prevent the infection. It is one of the non-pharmaceutical ways of prevention, it helps in controlling the spread but not in complete eradication of the disease.This is a widely used way of prevention, which is cheap, non-invasive and has capacity to reduce the mortality rate due to respiratory infection. The major problem associated with these equipment are, they are commonly misused and they go out of stock even before the health care sector receives these equipment. So proper selection of masks is required to prevent the infection and also to reduce the demand of masks in the health sector. The aim of this review is to understand the importance of masks and needs of the personal protective equipment during the onset of any pandemic conditions. A systematic search strategy was done and the articles were found using keywords. Literature was taken from databases like PubMed and Google Scholar. The articles which discussed face masks were included and other articles which had the different types, advantages and disadvantages were also included. The review summarises the needs and the urge to use a face mask at the onset of pandemic condition. Selection of proper mask is emphasised to reduce the demand of masks.

USES OF MEDICINAL PLANTS FOR ANTI- INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY - A REVIEW

FarhatYaasmeenSadiqueBasha .; Rajeshkumar. S; SS Raj

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 1839-1843

Inflammation is a natural immune process caused by physiological disturbance in the body. The characteristic signs of inflammation are redness, heat, swelling, pain and loss of function. This whole process is a protection mechanism produced by the body following any injury.
But sometimes this also ends up harming the body. For such times drugs are needed to suppress this condition, they are called anti inflammatory drugs. NSAIDs are the widely used drugs of choice. Examples are aspirin, diclofenac, mefenamic acid etc. But the prolonged use of these drugs is also known to produce side effects. Many plants are said to contain phytoconstituents that possess anti inflammatory activity. Since plants are natural, easily available and produce little to no side effects, they are believed to be a safer source of cures or drugs.
The aim of this review is to determine the state of knowledge on medicinal plants and their antiinflammatory activity. This review discusses how plants may be used in medicine for their anti inflammatory activity.