Medical Sciences

As a result of the development of medical sciences, we are now enjoying better and longer lives. It is a well-known fact that one of the most important necessities in our lives is medical knowledge and health care. Technology and modern medicine are thinking about looking for internal causes of disease, such as viruses and germs inside the human body. While examinations and laboratory experiments are common in contemporary medical sciences in Europe, people are treated as inanimate objects. It requires further thought and consideration. Except for a few diseases that are still incurable, science and technology today play a critical role in the healthcare sector.

Reducing Cardiovascular Risks in Patients with Cancer

Presently oncology stands as the second leading cause of mortality globally following cardiovascular diseases

Infection Control in Health Care Facilities

Infection prevention and control IPC is a set of evidencebased practices and procedures that when applied consistently

Sleep Disorders

Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

Sleep disorders encompass a spectrum of conditions disrupting typical sleep patterns the consequences of which extend to ones overall health safety productivity and the quality of life in general

The Evolution of Precision Medicine in Cardiology: Novel Biomarkers, Gene Expression Profiling, and Donor Heart Selection

Precision medicine is a new method of preventing and treating disease that considers the individual characteristics of each patient such as their genetics lifestyle environment and medical history

Cardiac Transplantation in the Adult Congenital Heart Disease Population

Heart transplantation has become an effective therapy for patients with end stage heart failure The success rate has now been translated to a median survival of close to eleven years Considering patients with end stage heart failure have a mortality that is close to per cent at one year this is a fabulous achievement from science and medicine


The impact of coronary stenosis for beating heart coronary artery bypass grafting

The coronary arteries supply the heart itself with oxygen and nutrients Severe narrowing of these coronaries stenosis might lead to chest pain or a heart attack

Understanding and Predicting Progression to Hepatorenal Syndrome in Cirrhotic Patients

Patients with liver cirrhosis often present with acute kidney injury AKI which is a cause of high morbidity and mortality

Management of Cerebrovascular Steno-Occlusive Disease

Contemporary multidisciplinary approach

Patients with symptomatic stenoocclusive disease have a risk of recurrent stroke of at least per cent within years


Sight is the most precious of our five senses and accounts for of what we learn and remember However we are seeing the risk of losing the gift of sight rapidly increasing globally While there has been tremendous progress in advancing the trajectory of eye health over the years there is still a lot of work to be done

Role of Catheter Ablation in the Comprehensive Management of Atrial Fibrillation

Atrial fibrillation AF is the most common sustained cardiac arrhythmia worldwide The currently estimated prevalence of AF in adults is around per cent

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