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General Medicine (ISSN:1311-1817)

General Medicine (ISSN:1311-1817) is a monthly peer-reviewed scopus indexed journal from 2001 to Present. It Publisher Meditsinski Universitet - Sofia. General Medicine is committed gathering and disseminating excellent research achievements, Inspiring medical innovation and Promoting the Development of Disciplines. GM welcomes all types of medical journal includes medicine, pharmacy, bio-chemistry, psychology,Public health etc.

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General Medicine (ISSN:1311-1817)

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General Medicine (ISSN:1311-1817)

This study was carried out to improve the quality of school health services with the operational epidemiology method. The study aimed to describe the current status of the School Health Protection and Improvement Program (SHPIP), the difficulties experienced during its implementation, to develop evidence-based solution methods, and to test the proposed solutions, in a district with a population of 400,513, 20.4% of which is of school age between the ages of 5–19. The “Health Risk Management Program at Schools”, which consists of the stages of putting the results into pract

Antibiotics are often misused, especially for the treatment of upper respiratory tract infections (URTIs) in children, where their use is unnecessary and leads to antimicrobial resistance. This study sought to explore the knowledge, attitudes and practices (KAP) of parents and pediatricians on the use of antibiotics among children and whether the level of education of parents has an impact on their KAP. The research was carried out among 1459 parents of children under 6 years of age and among 18 pediatricians. Sixty percent of pediatricians (61.1%) were prescribed antibiotics daily in their

In Bulgaria, vaccination coverage against the SARS-CoV-2 virus is low. The reasons for this fact are many and varied. The aim of the present study was to establish what the attitudes towards the COVID-19 vaccination process are among students from various specialties from several Bulgarian universities. In this research, 600 students participated, divided into two groups: Doctor of Medicine (MD) students (n = 300) and non-MD students, i.e., students of specialties, such as mathematics, engineering, finance and economics, law, human sciences, etc. (n = 300). Each respondent completed a quest

Benign recurrent aseptic meningitis is a rare condition characterized by recurring, self-limited episodes of aseptic meningitis. Meningeal irritation typically occurs first, accompanied by fever and mononuclear cell pleocytosis. The diagnosis is only made after other known causes of lymphocytic meningitis have been excluded. Resolution typically occurs within two to seven days without residual neurological deficit. Aseptic meningitis is most frequently caused by viruses; Mollaret’s meningitis has been linked to the herpes simplex virus 2 (HSV 2). It is unclear if prophylactic medicati

The effect of the COVID-19 pandemic has transformed medical education and is likely to have long-lasting effects on student learning, mental well-being, and eating behaviour. This study aimed to examine the learning behaviours of medical students at the American University of Integrative Sciences (AUIS), Barbados, during the COVID-19 pandemic. A cross-sectional web-based on-line survey was administered to medical students at AUIS from July to November 2021. The data collecting instrument recorded students’ demographic and learning behaviour information and eating disorders (SCOFF ques