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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)

Hemodialysis patients are often immunocompromised, meaning that their immune systems are not as strong as those of healthy individuals. As such, any breach in infection control policies, such as failure to properly disinfect dialysis equipment or poor hand hygiene, can increase the risk of contracting viral hepatitis. Hepatitis virus (HBV and HCV) are the most common viruses in the hemodialysis population. Hemodialysis patients have an increased risk of developing hepatitis virus (HBV) and (HCV) than the general population. Although hemodialysis remains the choice of renal replacement therapy

Hemodialysis (HD) is considered one of the main risk factors for viral hepatitis transmission. The prevalence of antibodies to viral hepatitis in patients undergoing dialysis therapy was found to be one of the highest among different risk groups. Patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) have a higher risk of death, particularly those with end-stage kidney disease. Surprisingly, nearly 50% of these deaths are related to cardiovascular disease (CVD), and this high mortality rate motivates us to identify additional risk factors that can be modified to improve survival in patients requiring hemo

Mental diseases can cause suffering put people at risk of being alone, and threaten their ability to make a living and it can lead to murders, for reasons that confirm that the mental patient is unaware of his actions, and many factors are involved in committing the crime. To assess Socio-demographic Information and the crime risk factors of the forensic patients. A descriptive study design was used to describe the variables and the relationships that occur among the determining crime risk factors the forensic patients. The research was conducted between the period from 10th November 2022 to 2

Liver fibrosis is a key prognostic factor for chronic hepatitis B (CHB), and an accurate assessment of the stage of liver fibrosis is pivotal for establishing effective management strategies. We aimed to assess liver fibrosis changes using Fibroscan in patients with CHB receiving different oral regimens. We included 485 patients with CHB: 339 were subjected to treatment, and 146 were excluded as they were in the immunotolerant phase and did not qualify for treatment. Of 339, 300 (88.5%) were HBe Ag− (Group A) and 39 (11.5%) were HBe Ag+ (Group B). Cases were initially assessed by conducting

Healthcare providers across various specialties are at risk of developing musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) due to the demanding physical tasks they perform. These tasks often involve maintaining strained postures for extended periods, which can destabilize the osteoarticular system and negatively impact muscles and joints. To address this issue, it is crucial to raise awareness among nurses in intensive care units and operating rooms about proper patient and object handling and transfer techniques. This can be achieved through the development of coping mechanisms, educational programs, and the