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Welcome To The Cardiovascular Journal Of Africa :: Recording 27 Years In Cardiology :: Peer Review Cardiovascular Journal :: Indexed At Scisearch, Pubmed, Pubmed Central & Sabinet

Welcome To The Cardiovascular Journal Of Africa :: Recording 27 Years In Cardiology :: Peer Review Cardiovascular Journal :: Indexed At Scisearch, Pubmed, Pubmed Central & Sabinet

Effect of colchicine on tuberculous pericarditis Hypertension in semi-urban south-western Nigeria Uncontrolled hypertension in primary healthcare in DRC Body weight and body fat distribution in black SA women FTY720 after myocardial ischaemia/reperfusion SABPA study: cortisol:BDNF and silent ischaemia in black males European Society of Cardiology congress update SASCI/SCTSSA guidelines on TAVI in South Africa This journal is now available to be viewed via our eJournal publication viewer Request for Letters to the Editor (by Prof Patrick Commerford) The peer-review process is a vital part of scientific publication and seeks to ensure that what is published has been effectively scrutinised for scientific integrity, validity and ethical conduct in research. No matter how good peer review may be it is inevitably, by its very nature, limited to the opinions of a small number of reviewers and editors. An important part of peer review, little mentioned, occurs after publication when the published work is exposed to a very much wider audience. This readership is often in a better position to offer critical opinions or commendations than the initial reviewers and is able to make its opinion known through letters to the editor. When these are published they offer important insights into the merit or otherwise of prior articles and serve an important educational purpose. Sadly of late there have been few such letters submitted to this journal. I encourage all readers of this journal to consider submitting letters of criticism or acclaim to the journal for consideration for publication. Ideally they should be brief and to the point, referencing the article under discussion with no more than three to five additional references. All letters will be submitted to the author of the ori Continue reading >>

The Diabetic Foot Risks Profile In Selebi Phikwe Government Hospital, Botswana | Tshitenge | African Journal Of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine

The Diabetic Foot Risks Profile In Selebi Phikwe Government Hospital, Botswana | Tshitenge | African Journal Of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine

2014. The Authors. Licensee: AOSIS OpenJournals. This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License , which permits unrestricted use, distribution,and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. The diabetic foot risks profile in Selebi Phikwe Government Hospital, Botswana Aim: The present study aimed: (1) to evaluate the proportion of each diabetic foot (DF) risk category, according to the International Working Group on the Diabetic Foot (IWGDF) consensus, in patients attending the diabetic clinic in Selebi Phikwe Government Hospital (SPGH) and (2) to examine some of the factors that may be associated with the progression to higher risk categories such as anthropometric measurements, blood pressure, glycosylated haemoglobin (HbA1c) and lipid profile. Methods: A retrospective, cross sectional chart review of patients who had attended the diabetic clinic in SPGH from January 2013 to December 2013was performed. Patients were included if they had undergonea foot examination. Patients with amputation due to accident were excluded. The DF risk category was assessed by determining the proportion of patients in each of four risk categories,as describedby the IWGDF consensus. Results: The study encompassed 144 records from patients reviewed for foot examination from January to December 2013. Patients ages were between 16 and 85 years, 46 (40%) were male and 98 (60%) were female. The majority (122, [85%]) of patients were in DF risk category 0, whilst a limited number of patients were classified in risk category 1 (10, [6.9%]), risk category 2 (7, [4.9%]) and risk category 3 (5, [3.5%]). Most of the patients had the type 2 diabetes mellitus (139, [97%; 95% CI 92% 99%]). Patients ages were associat Continue reading >>

Sa Journal Of Diabetes & Vascular Disease: Vol 5, Issue 1, March 2008

Sa Journal Of Diabetes & Vascular Disease: Vol 5, Issue 1, March 2008

Full text: Click here to read online (Login Required) Abstract: Ever since the first report showing a disproportionately high frequency of diabetes in South African Indians five decades ago, there have been many studies highlighting high prevalence rates of the disease in several migrant South Asian communities living elsewhere, eg, Mauritius, United Kingdom and Fiji. A similar trend has been shown in urban Indians in India. In South Africa, Asian Indians have the highest prevalence of diabetes (13%) compared to the indigenous black group (5-8%) or other population groups. Title: Discontinuation of the intensive treatment of the diabetes part of the ACCORD study : editorial From: South African Journal of Diabetes and Vascular Disease, Vol 5, Issue 1, Mar Full text: Click here to read online (Login Required) Abstract: The contribution that this Journal, the South African Journal of Diabetes & Vascular Disease can make in improving communication and disseminating new information in the field of diabetes among South African health professionals is a modest one; nonetheless we will strive to support improved access and better care for patients in our region by encouring best practice among health professionals. At our recent strategic meeting held after four years of producing this quarterly journal, we defined the following key areas to improve our services to readers and authors. Title: New editorial board members : from the editor's desk From: South African Journal of Diabetes and Vascular Disease, Vol 5, Issue 1, Mar Full text: Click here to read online (Login Required) Abstract: On January 26th 2007 a symposium on the metabolic syndrome was held at the Royal Society of Medicine in London under the auspices of the Council on Lipids, Metabolism and Vascular Risk. A facu Continue reading >>

Classification Rule For 5-year Cardiovascular Diseases Risk Using Decision Tree In Primary Care Chinese Patients With Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

Classification Rule For 5-year Cardiovascular Diseases Risk Using Decision Tree In Primary Care Chinese Patients With Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

Classification Rule for 5-year Cardiovascular Diseases Risk using decision tree in Primary Care Chinese Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Scientific Reportsvolume7, Articlenumber:15238 (2017) | Download Citation Cardiovascular disease(CVD) is the leading cause of mortality among patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus(T2DM), and a risk classification model for CVD among primary care diabetic patients is pivotal for risk-based interventions and patient information. This study developed a simple tool for a 5-year CVD risk prediction for primary care Chinese patients with T2DM. A retrospective cohort study was conducted on 137,935 primary care Chinese T2DM patients aged 1879 years without history of CVD between 1 January 2010 and 31 December 2010. New events of CVD of the cohort over a median follow up of 5 years were extracted from the medical records. A classification rule of 5-year CVD risk was obtained from the derivation cohort and validated in the validation cohort. Significant risk factors included in decision tree were age, gender, smoking status, diagnosis duration, obesity, unsatisfactory control on haemoglobin A1c and cholesterol, albuminuria and stage of chronic kidney disease, which categorized patients into five 5-year CVD risk groups(<5%; 59%; 1014%; 1519% and 20%). Taking the group with the lowest CVD risk, the hazard ratios varied from 1.92(1.77,2.08) to 8.46(7.75,9.24). The present prediction model performed comparable discrimination and better calibration from the plot compared to other current existing models. Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is a leading cause of global burden affecting 415 million people in the world and expected to increase to 642 million by 2040 1 . The estimated health expending on diabetes continues to rise to US$673 billion, accountin Continue reading >>

Amina Abubakar - Social And Behavioural Sciences - Utrecht University

Amina Abubakar - Social And Behavioural Sciences - Utrecht University

Abubakar, A., Ssewanyana, D., de Vries, P. J., & Newton, C. R. (2016). Autism spectrum disorders in sub-Saharan Africa. The Lancet Psychiatry, 3(9), 800-802. Abubakar, A., Van de Vijver, F. J., Fischer, R., Hassan, A. S., Gona, J., Dzombo, J. T.,Katana, K. Bomu, G & Newton, C. R. (2016). Everyone has a secret they keep close to their hearts: challenges faced by adolescents living with HIV infection at the Kenyan coast. BMC public health, 16(1), 1. Ruparelia, K., Abubakar, A., Badoe, E., Bakare, M., Visser, K., Chugani, D. C., ... & Skuse, D. (2016). Autism Spectrum Disorders in Africa: Current Challenges in Identification, Assessment, and Treatment A Report on the International Child Neurology Association Meeting on ASD in Africa, Ghana, April 3-5, 2014. Journal of child neurology, 0883073816635748. Abubakar, A., Kalu, R. B., Katana, K., Kabunda, B., Hassan, A. S., Newton, C. R., & Van de Vijver, F. (2016). Adaptation and Latent Structure of the Swahili Version of Beck Depression Inventory-II in a Low Literacy Population in the Context of HIV. PloS one, 11(6), e0151030. Kitsao-Wekulo, P., Holding, P., Abubakar, A., Kvalsvig, J., Taylor, H. G., & King, C. L. (2016). Describing normal development in an African setting: The utility of the Kilifi Developmental Inventory among young children at the Kenyan coast. Learning and Individual Differences. Kariuki, S. M., Abubakar, A., Murray, E., Stein, A., & Newton, C. R. (2016). Evaluation of psychometric properties and factorial structure of the pre-school child behaviour checklist at the Kenyan Coast. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health, 10(1), 1-10. Abubakar, A., van de Vijver, F., Alonso-Arbiol, I., He, J., Adams, B., Aldhafri, S., ... & Tair, E. (2016). Measurement Invariance of the Brief Multidimensional Stud Continue reading >>

Treatment Gaps Found In The Management Of Type 2 Diabetes At A Community Health Centre In Johannesburg, South Africa

Treatment Gaps Found In The Management Of Type 2 Diabetes At A Community Health Centre In Johannesburg, South Africa

Treatment Gaps Found in the Management of Type 2 Diabetes at a Community Health Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa We are experimenting with display styles that make it easier to read articles in PMC. The ePub format uses eBook readers, which have several "ease of reading" features already built in. The ePub format is best viewed in the iBooks reader. You may notice problems with the display of certain parts of an article in other eReaders. Generating an ePub file may take a long time, please be patient. Treatment Gaps Found in the Management of Type 2 Diabetes at a Community Health Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa Yacob Pinchevsky, Neil Butkow, [...], and Frederick Raal The management of cardiometabolic goals or ABCs (HbA1c, blood pressure (BP), and cholesterol) ultimately determines the morbidity and mortality outcomes in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). We sought to determine if patients with T2DM attending an urbanized public sector community health centre (CHC) were having their ABCs measured, were treated with appropriate cardioprotective agents and finally, were achieving guideline-based targets. A cross-sectional record review of 519 patients was conducted between May and August 2015. The mean age was 54 years (SD: 11.5) and 54% (n = 280) were females. Testing of ABCs occurred in 68.8% (n = 357) for HbA1c, 95.4% (n = 495) for BP, and 58.6% (n = 304) for LDL-C. Achievement of ABC targets was as follows: 19.3% (HbA1c < 7%), 22.0% (BP < 140/80 mmHg), and 56.3% (LDL-C < 2.5 mmol/l). There were a significant number of patients who were not tested nor received adequate pharmacotherapy or achieved their ABC targets. This places these patients at an increased risk for the development of diabetes-related complications. Although the realities of resou Continue reading >>

Sabinet - Portico

Sabinet - Portico

Download this publisher's e-journal holdings (xlsx) Portico provides a free holdings comparison service to compare a librarys journal or book holdings to the Portico archive. Acta Classica : Proceedings of the Classical Association of South Africa Acta Criminologica: Southern African Journal of Criminology Acta Germanica : German Studies in Africa Acta Structilia : Journal for the Physical and Development Sciences AFFRIKA Journal of Politics, Economics and Society African Journal for Physical Activity and Health Sciences (AJPHES) African Journal for Physical Health Education, Recreation and Dance African Journal of Business and Economic Research African Journal of Democracy and Governance African Journal of Farm Child and Youth Development African Journal of Governance and Development African Journal of Health Professions Education The African Journal of Information and Communication African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development African Yearbook on International Humanitarian Law Agricultural Journal of the Cape of Good Hope Agricultural Journal of the Union of South Africa Annals of the Ditsong National Museum of Natural History Annual Proceedings of the South African Statistical Association Conference Boleswa Journal of Theology, Religion and Philosophy Boleswa Occasional Papers in Theology and Religion Botswana Institute of Administration & Commerce Journal Clean Air Journal = Tydskrif vir Skoon Lug Communicare : Journal for Communication Sciences in Southern Africa Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa Conspectus : The Journal of the South African Theological Seminary Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning (CriSTaL) Dairy Mail Africa : Publication for the Dairy Industry in Africa Dutch Reformed Theological Journal = Ned Continue reading >>

Sa Journal Of Diabetes & Vascular Disease: Vol 5, Issue 3, September 2008

Sa Journal Of Diabetes & Vascular Disease: Vol 5, Issue 3, September 2008

Full text: Click here to read online (Login Required) Abstract: Professor Martin Silink, president of the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), could not have more succinctly summarised the state of global diabetes when he wrote, 'It is a singular tragedy that, despite the emergence in recent years of increasingly effective strategies for the metabolic / glycaemic control of type 1 and 2 diabetes mellitus, this condition continues to exact a terrible toll. Perhaps no group better exemplifies the diabetes crisis gripping both developed and developing nations today than the child. Children and adolescents with diabetes represent society's most vulnerable population - and it is indeed a tragedy that young lives continue to be lost to a disease for which adequate management tools and knowledge exist.' Title: New approaches to insulin therapy in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes : review From: South African Journal of Diabetes and Vascular Disease, Vol 5, Issue 3, Sep Full text: Click here to read online (Login Required) Abstract: With the growing prevalence of childhood obesity and type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) in youth, the challenge of cardiovascular disease risk management has entered the paediatric realm, affecting specialists, family physicians and allied healthcare professionals alike. Currently, there is little evidence to support optimal strategies for management of T2DM in youth and the associated cardiovascular complications. Physical activity plays a powerful role in the prevention and management of T2DM and cardiovascular disease in adults. This review will focus on the role of physical activity for the prevention of T2DM in youth and its associated cardiovascular complications. The first part describes the prevalence of cardiovascular risk fac Continue reading >>

The Rising Burden Of Diabetes And Hypertension In Southeast Asian And African Regions: Need For Effective Strategies For Prevention And Control In Primary Health Care Settings

The Rising Burden Of Diabetes And Hypertension In Southeast Asian And African Regions: Need For Effective Strategies For Prevention And Control In Primary Health Care Settings

The Rising Burden of Diabetes and Hypertension in Southeast Asian and African Regions: Need for Effective Strategies for Prevention and Control in Primary Health Care Settings 1Madras Diabetes Research Foundation and Dr. Mohan's Diabetes Specialities Centre, WHO Collaborating Centre for Noncommunicable Diseases Prevention and Control, IDF Centre for Education, 4 Conran Smith Road, Gopalapuram, Chennai 600 086, India 2Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine, University of KwaZulu-Natal, 4013 Congella, Durban, South Africa Received 14 September 2012; Revised 25 December 2012; Accepted 9 January 2013 Copyright 2013 Viswanathan Mohan et al. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License , which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. H. King, R. E. Aubert, and W. H. Herman, Global burden of diabetes, 19952025: prevalence, numerical estimates, and projections, Diabetes Care, vol. 21, no. 9, pp. 14141431, 1998. View at Google Scholar View at Scopus G. Danaei, M. M. Finucane, Y. Lu et al., National, regional, and global trends in fasting plasma glucose and diabetes prevalence since 1980: systematic analysis of health examination surveys and epidemiological studies with 370 country-years and 27 million participants, The Lancet, vol. 378, no. 9785, pp. 3140, 2011. View at Publisher View at Google Scholar View at Scopus N. Unwin, D. Whiting, L. Guariguata, G. Ghyoot, and D. Gan, Eds., Diabetes Atlas, International Diabetes Federation, Brussels, Belgium, 5th edition, 2011. A. V. Chobanian, G. L. Bakris, H. R. Black et al., The seventh report of the joint national committee on prevention, detection, evaluation, and treatment of high blood pressure: the JNC 7 report, Continue reading >>

Sa Journal Of Diabetes & Vascular Disease: Vol 5, Issue 4, November 2008

Sa Journal Of Diabetes & Vascular Disease: Vol 5, Issue 4, November 2008

Full text: Click here to read online (Login Required) Abstract: In 2008, stroke remains a leading cause of death and adult disability. Estimates from the Global Burden of Disease study indicate that 80% of stroke deaths occur in low- and middle-income regions of the world. All-stroke fatality from available hospital-based prospective studies in sub-Saharan Africa is about 30% at one month post stroke, which is much higher than the 20% found in considerably older populations in the rest of the world. Title: Management of hyperglycaemia in acute stroke : review From: South African Journal of Diabetes and Vascular Disease, Vol 5, Issue 4, Nov Full text: Click here to read online (Login Required) Abstract: Stroke or 'brain attack' is a catastrophic illness, defined as an acute disturbance of cerebral function caused by occlusion or rupture of a blood vessel supplying a specific region of the brain, and causing a neurological deficit lasting more than 24 hours or death within 24 hours. Stroke is a major global public health problem associated with a tremendous cost burden to society. It is the third leading cause of death and the leading cause of disability in the United States. In South Africa, stroke is the third most frequent cause of all deaths reported, and in 1990 accounted for 9.6% of all reported deaths. Similarly, of all deaths reported in the age group 25 to 64 years (the workforce), 7.45% were due to stroke. The majority of strokes are ischaemic but about 15% of strokes are caused by intracerebral or subarachnoid haemorrhage. Atherothrombosis is a progressive disease involving low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol deposition, endothelial dysfunction and inflammation, affecting both cerebral and coronary circulation. Title: Mending hearts and brains : the clin Continue reading >>

About Us | Denovo Medica

About Us | Denovo Medica

Julia is an experienced science writer and editor. At the South African Medical Research Council (MRC) she developed and extended the Scientific Publishing Division in the 1980s to provide comprehensive conference reports and reviews of research in South Africa in areas including TB, malaria and HIV infection. Capitalizing on her training as a pharmacologist, Julia developed drug trends in cardiology within the Cardiovascular Journal of Africa and The South African Journal of Diabetes and Vascular Disease as a well-respected source of information on new treatments. As Managing Editor of the Cardiovascular Journal of Africa and The South African Journal of Diabetes and Vascular Disease, Julia has over the past 20 years, introduced innovations in evidence-based communications through real-time conference reports, CME accredited programmes and reports that comprehensively covered South African drug launches and specialist meetings. Mike is a veteran of healthcare communications and publishing. He has been responsible for developing and executing marketing and communication strategies for global clients including Merck, Pfizer, MSD, Abbott, Novartis and AstraZeneca for whom he contributed to the successful pre-launch and launch of leading medicines across a number of disease areas. As a publisher he has developed international journals for healthcare professionals including the Primary Care Cardiovascular Journal, The British Journal of Cardiology (with Prof Kim Fox and the late Professor Poole-Wilson), the British Journal of Diabetes and Vascular Disease Research and titles in infectious disease, oncology, respiratory medicine and primary care nursing. After his early career in journalism with the BBC and national newspapers, Mike also developed film, radio, print and e-m Continue reading >>

Sabinet | South African Journal Of Diabetes And Vascular Disease

Sabinet | South African Journal Of Diabetes And Vascular Disease

South African Journal of Diabetes and Vascular Disease South African Journal of Diabetes and Vascular Disease The South African Journal of Diabetes and Vascular Disease is published four times a year for Clinics-Cardive Publishing Co. by Martingraphix and printed by Durbanville Commercial printers. Articles in this journal are sourced as per agreement with the British Journal of Diabetes and Vascular Disease. Innovation needed to provide all citizens of South Africa with essential healthcare Prediabetes intervention cuts cardiovascular risk Rooibos could reduce risk of type 3 diabetes: a precursor to Alzheimers disease Placing diabetes management firmly on the table Background: The objectives of this study were to assess the prevalence of obesity in Dakar and in Tessekere, a rural municipality in northern Senegal, and to compare ideal body size between these populations. Methods: A cross-sectional survey was carried out in 2015 on a representative sample of 1 000 adults, aged 20 years and older in Dakar, and 500 adults of the same age in Tessekere. Results: The prevalence of obesity and overweight was higher in Dakar than in Tessekere. However, overweight and obesity rates of young women living in this rural area were close to those of young women in Dakar. At a body mass index of 27.5 kg/m, less than 40% of the men in Dakar and Tessekere found themselves too fat, compared to 50% of urban women and 30% of rural women. Conclusion: This study explains how and why obesity is becoming a rural health problem in Senegal. Aim: Melatonin supplementation reduces insulin resistance and protects the heart in obese rats. However, its role in myocardial glucose uptake remains unknown. This study investigated the effect of short-term melatonin treatment on glucose uptake by cardiomy Continue reading >>

Lys Van Suid-afrikaanse Vaktydskrifte

Lys Van Suid-afrikaanse Vaktydskrifte

Acta classica. Verhandelinge van die Klassieke Vereniging van Suid-Afrika / Acta Classica. Proceedings of the Classical Association of South Africa. AFFRIKA Journal of Politics, Economics and Society Africa Education Review [opvolg van Educare] African Journal for Physical Health Education, Recreation and Dance African Journal of Business and Economic Research African Journal of Farm Child and Youth Development African Journal of Health Profession Education African Journal of Herpetology (voorheen The Journal of the Herpetological Association of Africa (19651995), voorheen Journal of the Herpetological Association of Rhodesia (19571965)) African Journal of Information and Communication African Journal of Primary Health Care and Family Medicine African Journal of Psychiatry [as opvolg van South African Psychiatry Review; self 'n opvolg van Journal of Depression and Anxiety] African Journal of Research in Mathematics,Science and Technology Education [as opvolg van Journal of the Southern African Association for Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education] AJSTID: African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development Akroterion: Kwartaalblad vir die Klassieke in Suid-Afrika / Akroterion Quarterly for the classics in South Africa Annals of the Ditsong National Museum of Natural History [as opvolg van Annals of the Transvaal Museum] Annals of the Transvaal Museum [opgevolg deur Annals of the Ditsong National Museum of Natural History] Arms Control: Africa [as opvolg van Focus on Arms in Africa] Article 19 (vanaf Jaargang. 1, 1ste Uitgawe , 2005 Jaargang 5, 2de Uitgawe, 2009) BER: Architects and Quantity Surveyors' Survey BER: Building and Construction: Full Survey BER: Economic Prospects: An Executive Summary BER: Intermediate Goods Industries Sur Continue reading >>

Publications For Healthcare Professionals | For Healthcare Professionals | Centre For Diabetes And Endocrinology

Publications For Healthcare Professionals | For Healthcare Professionals | Centre For Diabetes And Endocrinology

Publications For Healthcare Professionals Publications for Healthcare Professionals Healthcare providers who are part of the CDE networks, can access a full library of licensed diabetes journals via the secure log-in facility. Many of the contributors to this prestigious journal are from within the CDE network. Click on journal issues below for detailed articles Articles relating to the CDE published in diabetes journals Unfortunately, these articles cannot be published here please contact the relevant journal to access these articles. Striving for the impossible dream: A community based multi-practice collaborative model of Diabetes Management Larry A Distiller, Michael Brown. Barry I Joffe and Brian D Kramer Source: Diabetic Medicine. 2010; 27: 197-202 Articles authored by CDE practitioners published in diabetes journals Unfortunately, these articles cannot be published here please contact the relevant journal to access these articles. The articles listed here are limited to articles published within the past 5 years. The case for mandatory aspirin therapy in all patients with type 2 diabetes The worried well, insulin resistances and metformin therapy Larry A Distiller, Stan Landau, Barry Joffe, Brian Kramer and Laura Blacking Source: (Letter) SA Medical Journal 2005;95:366. Of Adiposity, inflammation and new treatments for type 2 diabetes Source: SA Journal of Diabetes and Vascular Disease. 2005;2;3:06-108 The future is here new treatment modalities for type 2 diabetes Insulin Resistance Syndrome: Diagnosis and Management Source: (Review) MIMS Disease Review. 2006. 310-316 Microvascular disease and blood pressure control: implications of the 2006 South African Hypertension Guideline Source: (Editorial) SA Journal of Diabetes and Vascular Disease 2006;3:61-62 Carotid Continue reading >>

Neurology & Neuroscience Journal | Open Access Journals

Neurology & Neuroscience Journal | Open Access Journals

Thompson S (2017) Hypothesis to explain yawning, cortisol rise, brain cooling and motor cortex involvement of involuntary arm movement in neurologically impaired patients. J Neurol Neurosci 8: 167. Kershner JR (2016) Network dynamics in dyslexia: Review and implications for remediation. Research in Developmental Disabilities 59: 24-34. Delavarian M, Afrooz G, Towhidkhah F, Rasoolzadeh Tabatabaei K, Arjmandnia AA (2016) Designing a computer-based neuro-cognitive program for measurement and evaluation of working memory to screen children at risk for reading disorder. The Scientific Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine 5: 75-83. Szekalska M, Puciowska A, Szymaska E, Ciosek P, Winnicka K (2016) Alginate: Current Use and Future Perspectives in Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Applications. International Journal of Polymer Science. Hwang JJ, Park H, Jeong HG, Han SS (2016) Change in image quality according to the 3D locations of a CBCT phantom. PloS one 11: e0153884. Holstein GR, Friedrich VL, Martinelli GP (2016) Imidazoleacetic acid-ribotide in vestibulo-sympathetic pathway neurons. Experimental brain research 234: 2747-2760. Reilly RK. The Effectiveness of Interactive Metronome as a Tool to Improve Cognition and Motor Performance in Healthy Older Adults in Eastern North Carolina. Hamed SA (2014) Atherosclerosis in epilepsy: its causes and implications. Epilepsy & Behavior 41: 290-296. Ma L, Feng M, Qian Y, Yang W, Liu J, et al. (2015) Insulin resistance is an important risk factor for cognitive impairment in elderly patients with primary hypertension. Yonsei medical journal 56: 89-94. Hamed SA, Hamed SA (2013) Diabetes mellitus and the brain: special emphasis to cognitive function. Int J Diabetol Vasc Dis Res 1: 37-42. Hamed SA (2014) Diabetes mellitus and the brain: special e Continue reading >>

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