Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : neurological


Study Of Clinical And Neurological Changes In Patients With Different Outcomes Of Traumatic Brain Injury After Endolumbar And Intracystal Ozonotherapy

Mansur Abdukholikovich Aliev; Abdurakhmon Mamatkulovich Mamadaliev

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 1510-1517

State of neurological disorders patients evaluated by the Glasgow Outcome Scale extended. Thus, it may be noted positive clinical and neurological changes of patients who were treated according to our suggested methods – endolumbar introductions of nootropic ozone mixture and endocystal introductions of ozone.

Optimization of the diagnosis and treatment of early neurological complications in cardio embolicstroke

Dilbar T. Khodjieva; Zarnigor . Nurova; Nodir K. Khaydarov; Dildor K. Khaydarova

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 5788-5792

Acute ischemic damage to neurons during the development of a focus of cerebral infarction (CI) is based on a complex cascade of interaction between the endothelium of the vascular wall, hemostatic factors, neurons and microglia. Oxygen starvation of tissues stimulates the production of endothelial cells of endothelial dysfunction markers produced by blood vessel endotheliocytes, macrophages, neurons and neuroglia in response to hypoxic brain damage. The so-called “cell death genes” are activated, which are responsible for the development of apoptosis, or programmed death of ischemic penumbra cells, as a result of the expansion of which the infarction volume increases

KNOWLEDGE AND AWARENESS REGARDING AUTISM AMONG UNDERGRADUATE DENTAL STUDENTS IN CHENNAI- A QUESTIONNAIRE SURVEY

Sabaritha .; Dr.L.Keerthi sasanka; Dr. Sridevi; Dr. Dhanraj Ganapathy

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 626-639

Autism is a neurological developmental disorder characterized by impaired social interaction, speech, and limited, repetitive behaviour . The cause of autism is not known . Autism risk factors include gender, males are three to four times more likely than females to get autism, family history, age of parents, and other disorders such as fragile, tuberous syndrome. Most of the autism work is conducted in high income countries. Therefore this study was conducted to check the knowledge of dental students regarding autism. This is a cross sectional survey was conducted among dental students through a self administrated questionnaire through an online survey link (I.e.) google forms . The responses were collected and statistically analysed. Chi square test was used to analyze and compare the education level of students and their knowledge on toothbrushes and it‟s replacement .The data was represented as pie Charts and bar graphs . The survey was conducted among dental students within the age group of 17 to 23 years. This survey was responded by 56.4 percent of females and 42.9 percent of males among them 91.7 percent of the people were aware of autism and only a few people were not aware of it. In this study we conclude that most of the dental students are aware of autism and they have sufficient knowledge about it.