Monthly Archives: August 2016

Therapeutic Efficacy and Cost Effectiveness of High Cut-Off Dialyzers Compared to Conventional Dialysis in Patients with Cast Nephropathy

Around 20% of patients with MM initially present with renal impairment and approximately 50% develop renal failure in the course of their disease. Kidney injury was present in nearly 50% of patients with MM…

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A Comprehensive Analysis of the Impact of HIV on HCV Immune Responses and Its Association with Liver Disease Progression in a Unique Plasma Donor Cohort

HCV co-infection is recognized as a major cause of morbidity and mortality among HIV-1 infected patients. HIV-1 co-infection is associated with increased HCV load and accelerated rates of liver disease progression…

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When, Where, and Why Are Babies Dying? Neonatal Death Surveillance and Review in Bangladesh

Every year, 2.9 million neonates die. These deaths happen mainly in low- and middle-income countries and most are considered to be preventable…

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Estimation of Tau and Phosphorylated Tau181 in Serum of Alzheimer’s Disease and Mild Cognitive Impairment Patients

Alzheimer’s disease is neurodegenerative disorder which causes a progressive dementia that currently affects over 35.6 million individuals worldwide and it is expected that it will be more than triple by 2050…

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Association between Subclinical Malaria Infection and Inflammatory Host Response in a Pre-Elimination Setting

The effects of submicroscopic parasitaemia on the host beyond the risk of developing clinical malaria and…

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Effects of Multidrug Resistant Tuberculosis Treatment on Patients’ Health Related Quality of Life

Health Related Quality of Life (HRQoL) is defined as “the extent to which patient’s subjective perception of physical, mental and social well being are affected on a day to day basis by a disease and its treatment(s)…

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Molecular Identification of Hookworm Isolates in Humans, Dogs and Soil in a Tribal Area in Tamil Nadu, India

Infections with hookworms remain a major public health problem in several low and middle-income countries. It is estimated that ~439 million people are infected, resulting in…

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