Volume 3, Number 4 (2019)
Year Launched: 2016
Journal Menu
Archive
Previous Issues
Why Us
-  Open Access
-  Peer-reviewed
-  Rapid publication
-  Lifetime hosting
-  Free indexing service
-  Free promotion service
-  More citations
-  Search engine friendly
Contact Us
Email:   service@scirea.org
Home > Journals > SCIREA Journal of Health > Archive

SCIREA Journal of Health — Open Access Journal

SCIREA Journal of Health is an international, scientific peer-reviewed open access journal published online by SCIREA.

Open Access free for readers, with article processing charges (APC) paid by authors or their institutions.

High visibility: Indexed in the Google Scholar and other databases.

Rapid publication: manuscripts are peer-reviewed and a first decision provided to authors approximately 20 days after submission; acceptance to publication is undertaken in 5 days.

Recognition of reviewers: reviewers who provide timely, thorough peer-review reports receive vouchers entitling them to a discount on the APC of their next publication in any SCIREA journal, in appreciation of the work done.

Archiving

Volume 3, Issue 4, August 2019

Open Access
Carina Cavalcanti Nogueira Lopez, Luana Nepomuceno Gondim Costa Lima
Abstract: This research purpose was to verify if declines the patient´s quality of life and the disease perception by this and their families through questionnaires. It was used Dermatology Life Quality Index questionnaire in 50 patients and other semi-structured questionnaire to 21 family members attending a Reference Health Center [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (152 K)   August 5, 2019     30 Downloads    285 Views
Open Access
Ibrahim S. Yar’Zever, Ibrahim Rabiu
Abstract: If many women in rural Kano are not using family planning, it is not due to a lack of knowledge. Knowledge of contraception is nearly universal; 98 percent of currently married women know at least one modern family planning method. About two out of every five women (43 percent) have knowledge of at least one traditional met [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (219 K)   August 21, 2019     10 Downloads    200 Views

Volume 3, Issue 3, June 2019

Open Access
Dr. Saganuwan Alhaji Saganuwan
Abstract: Parkinsonism is a neuro-degenerative disease caused by destruction or impairment of basal ganglia which secretes dopamine from dopaminergic nerve that is connected to cholinergic nerve that secretes acetylcholine leading to decreased level of dopamine production. Piroxicam when administered to monogastric animals caused Par [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (146 K)   July 15, 2019     38 Downloads    270 Views

Volume 3, Issue 2, April 2019

Open Access
Christine Bocéréan, Emilie Dupret, Martine Feltrin
Abstract: Background: This study presents the French validation of the Maslach Burnout Inventory – General Survey (MBI-GS). The MBI-Human Services Survey, MBI-Educators Survey and MBI-GS questionnaires have been validated in numerous languages and are currently being used in many countries, as attested by the abundant literature on t [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (512 K)   May 27, 2019     58 Downloads    520 Views

Volume 3, Issue 1, February 2019

Open Access
Shagufta Zafar Qureshi, Abdul Wali Khan
Abstract: Objectives: To assess the trend and effectiveness of Ajwa dates usage in management of coronary artery disease.Methods: In this, hospital based descriptive study, 150 cases of CAD were divided into 3 groups. Group One taking Ajwa alone, group Two on allopathic medicine and group Three taking both Ajwa and allopathic treatme [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (530 K)   March 24, 2019     250 Downloads    803 Views
Open Access
Sahbanathul Missiriya, Tahani Alabdusalam, Ghofran Albaqal, Hawraa Alghadeer
Abstract: Back Ground: People of all ages, races and ethnicity can develop anemia at some point in their lives. It can be treated successfully or prevented. Southeast Asia has more prevalence with nearly 800 million affected. World Health Organization estimated that 35% to 75% of pregnant women in developing countries and 18% of wome [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (426 K)   April 9, 2019     151 Downloads    1480 Views

Volume 2, Issue 2, April 2017

Open Access
Lambrini Kourkouta, Christos Iliadis, Alexandros Monios, Petros Ouzounakis
Abstract: AbstractIntroduction: The poisoning problem is acute, complex and multifaceted. The child poisoning is dangerous and may jeopardize their lives.Purpose: the present literature retrospective study was to list information about the poisoning in pediatric patients.Methodology: The study material has recently been articles on t [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (309 K)   June 19, 2017     90 Downloads    860 Views
Open Access
Easter Godwin Nwokah, Oroma Eddeh-Adjugah, Constancy Prisca Aleru
Abstract: Health-care workers are presumably important in MRSA transmission, although, they more frequently act as vectors than the main sources of MRSA transmission. Asymptomatic methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) carriage among Health care workers (HCWs) in the University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital, Nigeria [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (264 K)   June 30, 2017     80 Downloads    1173 Views

Volume 2, Issue 1, February 2017

Open Access
G. L. Apanasenko
Abstract: It becomes firmly established on the basis of long-term researches, that epidemic of chronic noninfectious diseases a decline of ability of aerobic formation of energy is the basis of, that specifies the functions of mitochondria’s on insufficiency [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (264 K)   February 21, 2017     118 Downloads    1081 Views

Volume 1, Issue 2, December 2016

Open Access
Patric Schubert, Magnus Liebherr, Stephanie Kersten, Christian T Haas
Abstract: Objectives: Gait is often affected in people with motor disorders. Obtaining feasible parameters from gait measurements is a central issue in clinical reasoning. A key problem is that practicable tests lack sensitivity of underlying parameters and vice versa. To examine gait impairments or to evaluate interventions aimed at [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (863 K)   January 2, 2017     157 Downloads    1479 Views

Volume 1, Issue 1, October 2016

Open Access
N. Manandhar, S. Subedi
Abstract: Background: Low back pain is neither a disease nor a diagnostic entity of any sort. The term refers to pain in an area of the anatomy afflicted so often that it has become a paradigm of responses to external and internal stimuli. The prevalence of low back pain among hospital workers varies between different countries 39% i [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (436 K)   October 16, 2016     2275 Downloads    13310 Views
Open Access
Eslam A. Header, Naser A. ElSawy
Abstract: Background: Food habit and lifestyle doubtless play a fundamental position in colon cancer incidence; however, the proportion of colon cancer risk that might be preventable is unknown. Objective: This investigation aimed to evaluate the food intake, fatty acids, specific amino acids, hematological results for colon cancer [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (331 K)   October 30, 2016     223 Downloads    1389 Views
Open Access
Manandhar N., Raman T.P.
Abstract: Hypertension affects one billion people and it is estimated that high blood pressure kills nine million people worldwide. Prevalence of high blood pressure in adult aged 25 years and above in Nepal is 36% male and 26.2% female. The objective of the study is to find out the risk factors of hypertension by applying logistic [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (230 K)   December 3, 2016     197 Downloads    1240 Views
Submit A Manuscript
Review Manuscripts
Join As An Editorial Member
Most Views
Article
by Sergey M. Afonin
2916 Downloads 23640 Views
Article
by Syed Adil Hussain, Taha Hasan Associate Professor
2271 Downloads 16437 Views
Article
by Omprakash Sikhwal, Yashwant Vyas
2345 Downloads 14338 Views
Article
by Munmun Nath, Bijan Nath, Santanu Roy
2245 Downloads 14213 Views
Upcoming Conferences