Cient Periodique


‘Cient’ with the meaning Scientific

‘Periodique’ carries the meaning of Periodical i.e., a Journal publishing articles at regular intervals.

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Physiological Characteristics of Male League Zimbabwe Soccer Players in Comparison to Their Regional and International Counterparts

Lungisani Mkandla, Eberhard Tapera, M.* & Morris Banda
The purpose of this study was to compare selected physiological characteristics of male league Zimbabwe soccer players with their regional and international counterparts. Twenty-two (22) players aged 21-33 years, who volunteered to participate in the study were categorized into three playing positions, defenders (n=7), midfielders (n=7) and forwards (n=7). Flexibility, vertical leg power, muscular endurance, agility, speed and maximal oxygen upta [...] READ MORE
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Living with a Mentally Ill Person: A Phenomenological Study of Families Taking Care of Relatives Who Are Being Followed up at University Teaching Hospital (UTH), Lusaka, Zambia

Eva Velikoshi1, Andros Theu1 & Ravi Paul2*
Mental illnesses have become a global burden. Almost every family is affected by mental illnesses, either directly as individuals, or indirectly in the manner that the family has to live with and care for relatives who are suffering from a mental illness particularly where disability has resulted from such mental illness. In addition to disability, mental disorders tend to be chronic, rendering an individual parti [...] READ MORE
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How We Will Promote Safe Cook in Kitchen?

Ashraful Kabir
For understanding the proper handling of the appliances in kitchen and for avoiding health hazards this article is important. Therefore, some cooks in an educational institution and service holders and complete housewives were interviewed for this study. In order to serve food in their workplace they always keep clean their both hands by using clean towel. International restaurants in Bangladesh always maintain their safe, hygienic, and scientifi [...] READ MORE
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Patient Safety Culture Assessment Profile in Hospitals - Systematic Review

Sergio Luiz Carlos Dos Santos1*, Vera Moreira de Andrade, L. A.2 & Nuria Rodriguez Avila3
The article presents systematic review of the health care environment, with emphasis on the profile of culture in hospitals. The method was searched in the databases PubMed, Embase and Scholar. Using the keywords assessment (and) culture of patient safety (and), hospitals, Judo athlete’s knee surgery, selecting publications between 2006 and 2015 and did not address reviews. Including only dealing with results with various professional categ [...] READ MORE
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IGG 4 Related Diseases, Are We Under or over Diagnosing?? Clinical Observations in UAE

Makki Fayadh, H.* & Salim Sabih, A.
During our practice, over last 40 years we have seen many missed diseases related possibly to IgG4 related disease, an example of that, suspected pancreatic cancer proved to be inflammatory in nature (autoimmune pancreatitis), many cases of hepatobiliary diseases, and in one case diagnosis was made of sclerosing cholangitis with ulcerative colitis proved to be IgG4 related diseases after 7 years.
From our recent experience in Abu Dhabi in ou [...] READ MORE
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Adult Congenital Heart Disease Units: A Need for Attention in Congenital Heart Diseases Around the World

John Jairo Araujo
Congenital heart disease (CHD) is the most frequent malformation. In the most recent data has a prevalence of thirteen cases per 1,000 children and six cases per 1,000 adults [1]. Nowadays more adults are living with CHD than children, especially in developed countries, and over 85%, fall into the categories of moderate and high complexity defects according to the 2001 Bethesda classification [2]. Great strides in pediatric cardiovascular surgery [...] READ MORE
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Effects of Prosopis Juliflora on Soil Microbial and Other Pathogenic Activities: A Review Paper

Wakshum Shiferaw Gemeda
This paper was aims to assess the effects of Prosopis juliflora (Sw.) DC (P.juliflora) on the abundance, composition, and activity of soil microbial and pathogenic communities, and their effect of these soil communities on beneficiary plant species. P.juliflora is effective in increasing the total mycorrhizal colonization of roots and reducing heavy metals such as Cadmium (Cd) levels in plants. Results depicted that int [...] READ MORE
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Will the Elderly Benefit from a Fruit and Vegetable Nutritional Program? The Case of Vitamin C and Bone Health

Ray Marks
Fractures and their causative and repair mechanisms have been topics subject to various forms of investigation for several decades. In both instances, and as populations age, preventing and treating bone fractures and a possible role for vitamin C in both these processes has received increasing attention in the recent literature, but with little mainstream practice application. This mini review examines whether vitamin C is of potential relevance [...] READ MORE
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The Importance of Inflammation in Medicine

Maria Benito
Inflammation is a constant companion in mostly all pathologies known. Traditionally, there were some diseases considered inflammatory such as inflammatory arthropaties or respiratory diseases. Today however, we know that almost all pathologies involve inflammation -dysregulation of inflammatory mechanisms- at some stage. Although inflammation is a beneficial process designed to eradicate threats to the organism, a dysregulation of the magnitude o [...] READ MORE
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Neurotherapy: Regeneration of Myelin Sheath by Utilizing Stem Cell Therapy

Omar ElFar
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic inflammatory disorder of the central nervous system. It affects the brain and spinal cord nerves that send messages throughout the body. In MS, the immune system attacks myelin, a sheath-like membrane that covers and protects your nerves. It also can damage the actual nerves. The method used to treat Multiple Sclerosis is Qualitative method because it depends more on observa [...] READ MORE
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