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Global Journal of Medical Research is leading and trusted international journal for publishing a Medical research paper. It aims to encourage and provide international publication to researchers, doctors, scientists, and professors. We welcome original research, articles, surveys and review papers from all over the world.

Global Journal of Medical Research

Since 2001, Global Journal of Medical Research (GJMR), has been an academic, Hybrid access, peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary, refereed journal focusing on all aspects of Medical Research published by Global Journals, which is one of the fastest growing and leading Research Journal publishing organization in the world. The GJMR is superintended and sponsored by the Open Association of Research Society USA (OARS). The OARS has been esteemed internationally since 1964, aiming to highlight the research of frontiers and enhance research & development.


GJMR Volume 17

ISSN Numbers:
Online: 2249-4618
Print: 0975-5888
Print Estd.: 2001
Forthcoming Vol.: 18
DOI: 10.17406/GJMRA
Publishing Frequency: Monthly
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Trial of Immunotherapy in HIV Patients: Our Experience with the Immuno-Modulator Dithiodinicotinic Acid (CPDS) in 34 Congolese Patients

Background: ART had substantially improved the quality of life of PLWHA, but cannot alone eradicate the HIV reservoirs neither fully restoring the impaired immune system functioning. Its life long duration is associated with the risk of resistant strain emerging and metabolic disorders, mainly in resources constrained settings. Objectives: To study...

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Pilot Study on Newly Developed Botanical Larvicides and Repellents against Aedes Mosquitoes in Myanmar

Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever (DHF) is one of the major public health problems in Myanmar. There are no effective vaccine and specific drug for DHF and its containment is totally based on vector Aedes mosquito control. Thus the present study was conducted with the general objective of developing innovative environment-friendly vector control tools main...

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Titanium Dioxide (Tio2) Nanoparticles Induced ROS Generation and its Effect on Cellular Antioxidant Defense in WRL-68 Cell

The nanosized titanium dioxide (nano-TiO2) is produced abundantly and used widely in the chemical, electrical/electronic and energy industries because of its special photovoltaic and photocatalytic activities. Previous reports have shown that the nano-TiO2 can enter into the human body through different routes such as inhalation, ingestion, dermal ...

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Interprofessional Team Collaboration in Health Care

Health care is a multifaceted activity which requires health care professionals to work together for the patient or service users in a collaborative way to deliver the desired outcome. Hospitals are complex organisations humming with activities of heterogeneous groups of people such as doctors, nurses, paramedical and administrative staff, all work...

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Anti-Hyperglycemic and in Vivo Antioxidant Activities of Aqueous Extract of Blighia sapida Stem Bark in Alloxan-Induced Diabetic Rats

Blighiasapida is a plant belonging to the family of Sapindaceae. This study is aimed at evaluating the hypoglycemic and possible in vivo antioxidant activities of the aqueous extract of the stem bark of the plant for 21 days in alloxan-induced diabetic rats. Administration of the extract at 100mg/kg body weight significantly (P<0.05) decreased bloo...

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