Aumkar Chanting Produces a Vibratory Sensation : A Part from the Book Chapter : Aumkar Meditation: A Pathway to Blissful Pregnancy

Effect of Aumkar on Parasympathetic Nervous System Aumkar chanting produces a vibratory sensation in the ears, which spreads through the auricular branch of vagus nerve, stimulating the vagal centers which activates the parasympathetic nervous system and calms down the body. This has been now proved by functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI). Ganagarajan Inbaraj et. al….

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schizophrenia

There is Currently no Cure for Schizophrenia : A Part from the Book Chapter : Progress in Health Education for Schizophrenia in China

Behavior correction intervention combined with Teach-back health education model There is currently no cure for schizophrenia. The use of antipsychotic drugs can control mental symptoms, but it is difficult to improve the patient’s living and social abilities, and it is difficult to alleviate their stress. Behavioral correction and skill training are based on the theory…

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Parkinson’s disease

Rehabilitation Treatment of Parkinson’s Patients : A Part from the Book Chapter : Effectiveness of Complementary Therapy: Handheld Tai Chi with Water Ball for Middle-Aged and Advanced Parkinson’s Patients

The unique aspect of the training of the Tai Chi Water Resistance Fitness Ball is that it focuses on holistic mind-body harmony. By turning and pushing the sphere, the patient can adjust, balance and coordinate various parts of the body during movement, improving muscle flexibility and joint range of motion. At the same time, it…

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allo-HSCT

Peripheral Blood allo-HSCT : A Part from the Book Chapter : A Case Report on Relapsed Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia with Concomitant Extensive Chronic Graft Versus Host Disease after Allogeneic Haematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation Successfully Treated with Oral Venetoclax

The patient received ibrutinib covered by medical insurance for 4 months and achieved normal full blood count and LDH. There were no smudge cells or abnormal lymphocytes in the blood smear. Repeat CECT of the neck, thorax, abdomen, and pelvis showed complete regression of lymphadenopathies and splenomegaly. However, IP on the repeat bone marrow revealed…

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glycogenic hepatopathy

Haematological Problem Given the Normal Blood Test : A Part from the Book Chapter : Case Report and Literature Review on Glycogen Hepatopathy

The patient’s blood test reveals a normal full blood count, CRP, ESR, kidney function and normal pH and bicarbonate. Random blood sugar was 17 mmol and HBA1C was 10. Liver panel showed ALT 800 U/L, AST 900 U/L, Bilirubin 17 umol/L, Gamma-GT 290 U/L (<125), INR 1, Albumin 44 g/L (35-40), Total Protein 2.4 g/dL….

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Spirogyra

One of These Algae is Spirogyra sp : A Part from the Book Chapter : Understanding the Effect of Bioactive Compounds from Spirogyra sp. in Reducing the Protoscolices Viability In-vitro compared with Albendazole Drug

Several algae species, which can be of a very high nature, have been used for new sales of biological activity, including micro-algae, which are important in medical and commercial terms for containing high-value active materials and processing molecules. Disease may act as antibiotics for a large number of microorganisms including parasites, being able to produce…

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Locust Reproduction

Gregarious Locust Species : A Part from the Book Chapter : Simulation of Favourable Habitats and Potential Spread for Non-gregarious Locust Pests for Preventive Measures in North Kazakhstan Based on Satellite Data

As the current research results in this area show, SDM and ENM depend primarily on environmental factors, which include abiotic and biotic factors. Referring to the studies by Latchininsky and Sivanpillai, the vegetation cover (the normalized difference vegetation index, NDVI) is given an important place as these factors and parameters since it is the fodder…

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Cultivating Shellfish for Their Shells : A Part from the Book Chapter : Sequestration of Atmospheric Carbon through Ocean Calcifiers: An Approach towards Climate Change

Our conclusion remains positive. The most recent Life Cycle Assessments (LCA; described and referenced below) demonstrate that the shellfish cultivation industry offers unique opportunities for permanently sequestering carbon while producing food, but if significant carbon capture is to be achieved, the paradigm (and the business model of shellfish farms around the world) must be changed…

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Natural air purification

Air Pollution Tolerance Index : A Part from the Book Chapter : A Review of Air Purification by Indoor and Outdoor Plants

“The use of Plant-based systems to lower the concentration or change the bioavailability of pollutants in soil or water is commonly referred to as Phytoremediation”. Plants are the healthier remedy for air pollution as they absorb carbon dioxide for photosynthesis and release oxygen. Plants can also remove the pollutants like aldehydes, hydrocarbons, formaldehyde, and other…

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olive mill wastewater

The extraction of phenolic compounds of olive leaves : A Part from the Book Chapter : Antioxidant Properties and Protective Effect of Phenolic Extracts of Olive Leaves and Olive Mill Wastewater against Lipid Peroxidation

A test portion of 100 ml of delipidated OMWW is mixed with 100 ml of solvent (ethanol 75%). The mixture is then stirred for 4 hours followed by evaporation to dryness of the solvent at 50°C. The obtained dry extract was stored at -20°C. The extraction of phenolic compounds of olive leaves was based on…

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