Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : medicine


Protein Classification using CNN

Arun Kumar, Vishal Verma

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 7, Pages 9158-9162

Living organisms have a variety of macromolecules which play crucial role in the biological funtions. These are comprised of amino acids chains. The structure and folding patterns of amino acids decide the functions and features of proteins. The knowledge of the functions of proteins play important role in identifying their biological processes, disorders, therapeutics and medicine and accordingly the measures to prevent the biological disorders can be taken. In the process of achieving the goals, related to proteins and their processes the classification of proteins is vital. This research helps in demonstrating the relationship between protein sequences and its related classification type. The objective is achieved by applying 1D convolutional neural network model on a dataset comprising of more than 3 lakh tuples. The results of above method is compared using learning rate charts. In the current work, researchers have focused on understanding the structural protein sequences dataset accessed from Protein Data Bank database available at https://www.rcsb.org/ website of Research Collaboratory for structural bioinformatics. Also after the detailed analyses of protein dataset, the classification of proteins has been demonstrated using deep learning approaches(convolutional neural network model).

A study to evaluate the association of HBA1C and Cardiovascular functions among the diabetic and non-diabetic population of a rural setting

K Amrutha, Dr. JM Harsoda

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 4, Pages 3628-3633

Introduction: Diabetes Mellitus (DM) has been progressively growing in prevalence over time, with overall annualised incidence rates per 1000 people rising from 3.0 in the 1970s to 5.5 in the first decade of the 2000s. This alteration resulted in an 83.3 percent rise in the incidence of T2DM, which was higher among males when compared with females.
Materials and Methods: This a prospective observational study undertaken at a rural tertiary care setting where two patient cohorts are made, one with diabetic patients and other with non-diabetic age and gender matched individuals. The study population (Cohort A) consisted of patients with type 2 diabetes attending the Medicine and Cardiology departments from January 2019 to February 2020. The Cohort B included age and gender matched non-diabetic individuals who are the relatives and attending staff of the patients and the working staff of the hospital.
Results and Discussion: HbA1c levels of 6.5 percent or higher in diabetics were linked to an elevated risk of cardiovascular disease. Glycosylation of haemoglobin may also affect RBC membrane lipid protein interactions, increasing internal viscosity, altering the viscoelastic properties of erythrocyte membranes and lowering RBC deformability.
Conclusion: HbA1c may be a valid predictor of cardiovascular mortality and morbidity in diabetics. The data of our study suggest that the healthcare professionals must appraise the values of HbA1c in assessing the cardiovascular risks and outcomes in the diabetes patients.

Concept Of Medical Information

S.S. Nabiyeva; A.A. Rustamov; M.R. Malikov; N.I. Ne’matov

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 602-609

This article deals with the main subject of medical informatics, namely medical information. Its definition is given, the types of medical information are classified and their properties are determined. Focused primarily on professionals, it contains a description of methods, models of technologies for the development of complex information systems, which include MIS. The main focus is on the organization and design of the storage subsystem.

Mythopoetic Images In Shukur Kholmirzaev's Stories

Mamayusupova Saodat Mamatkulovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 902-908

This article is a study of the history, creative potential, artistic thinking, knowledge and worldview of the people by covering the ideological and artistic aspects of mythopoetic images in the stories of Shukur Kholmirzaev. A comprehensive study of mythopoetic images and finding solutions ensures the unique artistic beauty of the stories and proves that they are an inherently important part of story poetics. Every detail of the mythopoetic images plays an important role in the stories and is manifested in different forms throughout the events of the whole plot.

Online Medical Store Finding And Availability Of Medicine

P.Udith Rao; Mr. K. Logu

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 2220-2226

Now a day in this world most of them are affected by various types of diseases. So the use of medicine is increasing day by days. Every disease has some medicine to treat it. Medicine are of various types they are in the form of liquid, tablet, capsules, drops, injection etc. but in some situation everyone don’t have sufficient time to go to the medical shop for buying their medicines. But medicines are so important for the treatment of their diseases. In chronic type of health issues are based on the medicines availability. Sometimes absences of the medicines change the life of affected person. To avoid such kind of situation this proposed work provides the detail of all the medicine in the pharmacy are stored in with the help of the concepts of cloud computing is the on demand availability of the computer systems resources, mainly data storage and computing power without direct active management by the user.

Systamatic Review On Treatment Of Coronavirus

Dr.Eswari V; Dr.Maunika M

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 5571-5575

Coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) causes extreme acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and vascular injury, micro-angiopathy, angiogenesis and widespread thrombosis. The first symptom of the common cold is upper respiratory tract infection. Currently, there is no precise cure for the SARS-CoV-2 infection. COVID-19 reviews numerous prescription drugs used in global economy, which includes antiviral agents, inflammation suppressants, low molecular weight heparins, plasma, and hyperimmune immune globulins. Clinical researchers are using and investigating various ways of handling the virus. This article explores SARS-CoV-2 drug therapy along with other prescription medicines. The article will do the review of the literature done by the authors about the treatment of the coronavirus.