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Biomedical Science and Research Journals | Patient Perspective Regarding Medical Services in 21st Century

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Patient Perspective Regarding Medical Services in 21st Century Opinion To start, I would like to mention that this document is my opinion based on my personal experience from the previous years. It is not meant to accuse or denigrate anyone in anyway. It is meant to be a reflective document from a patient and business professional perspective. In the recent years, we have witnessed a boom of private medical practices. Do not get me wrong, this is a good thing from economic perspective; it is good from competition point of view as well. However, the question remains: what about us, the patients? Fortunately, or unfortunately, in the last few years, I had to deal with doctors and hospitals much more than I was wishing or expecting. I have seen doctors who are just interested in money and they would ready to operate on “patient own reconnaissance” and full payment upfront until really professionals who had time to discuss with me the options, recommend the best minimum invasive method…

Biomedical Science and Research Journals | Review on Some Virulence Factors Associated with Campylobacter Colonization and Infection in Poultry and Human

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Review on Some Virulence Factors Associated with Campylobacter Colonization and Infection in Poultry and Human Introduction Campylobacter is one of the most important four global diarrheal diseases. It is considered to be the most common bacterial cause of human gastroenteritis in the world causing a disease called Campylobacteriosis. In developing countries, Campylobacteriosis in children under the age of 2 years are especially frequent and sometimes resulting in death [1]. Mainly C. jejuni and C. Coli are well recognized causes of human campylobacteriososis with symptoms ranging from mild watery diarrhea to serious neuropathies [2]. Poultry (particularly chicken and contaminated raw chicken carcasses) is considered to be the main source for human campylobacteriososis. Other sources such as water, raw milk, Cattle, sheep, pigs, cats, dogs, vehicles, rodents and insects are known as possible sources for not only human but also poultry Campylobacteriosis. After being colonized by Cam…

Biomedical Science and Research Journals | The Multifunctional Therapeutic Approach to Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease: Molecular Bases, Pharmacology and Perspectives in Medicinal Chemistry

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