Cient Periodique

Etymology

‘Cient’ with the meaning Scientific

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

We are working with a desire to excel the name of Cient Periodique that becomes possible with the association of active researchers and potential authors on a single platform. Our Editorial Board also consists of highly acclaimed personalities with an eminence in various fields. They always give their best to explore scientific research and bring those wonders to a computer or mobile screen near you!


Vision

We are committed to promoting your research as widely as we can and providing as much visibility and exposure for your article as possible. We also ensure your research is easy to find, making your ideas and knowledge accessible to other researchers, communities and institutions around the world.


Mission

Cient Periodique is born with a mission of inviting scholars to join us for a healthy community. We wish to make access to information simpler, even though we have only recently started offering our services. We work with a motto to partner up with several scholars across the globe and provide easier access to their publications through our services. We always look for more scholars who would use our services to enhance the reach of their work.

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Difficult Dialysis Access in Four Years Old Child: The Hope to Survive

Esmael Ali Hamed
Functioning vascular access (VA) is our target to build an efficient hemodialysis procedure [1,2]. There are three main types of access: autogenous access (AVF), catheters and arteriovenous graft, AVF remains the first choice for HD and was described by Cimino [3]. Prosthetic fistulae become the second option of HD access. Catheters are the latest alternative option [4,5].
VA maintenance requires integration of different professionals to cre [...] READ MORE
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Answering Neurological Questions Psychologically: A Case for Neuropsychology in Africa

Obosi, A. C. & Balogun, S. K.*
The two unique fields of Neurology and Psychology share several things in common especially with respect to the final goal of improving human lives and modifying human behaviour. They may adopt various techniques to reach this goal, however, they both share similar concerns and are not mutually exclusive of the other. The relationship between the human brain and behaviour has been taught in both fields, establishing the shared relationship. The g [...] READ MORE
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Traditional Medicinal Plants and COVID-19

Mohammed Sayed Aly Mohammed
Traditional medicinal plants are used now in all of world countries for remedy from a Numerous diseases, they are considered substituted to biosynthesis drugs that depended on their authority on the effect of herbal in earliest century, the remedy of diseases was discovered with using the hillers some plants to cure disease of breathing, skin diseases, pain diseases and so on, for these reasons called these plants medicinal plants because they di [...] READ MORE
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The Gender Differences and Coping Mechanism of Dealing With COVID-19

Saeed, T., Tahir, S.*, Tomy, K. N., Mahmood, N., Fernando, A. & Mahalingam, A.
Objective
To understand the psychological impact of Covid-19 on people and to provide support to individuals going through the effect of this pandemic.
Method
A questionnaire with a 5-point Likert scale was developed by a team of psychologists at Kidsheart Medical Center, Abu Dhabi, UAE, to assess and evaluate mainly anxiety due to this pandemic. There were some other auxiliary factors such as the [...] READ MORE
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Aging, Cellular Senescence and Diabetes Mellitus: Clinicopathological Correlates, Trends and Targets

Chrysanthus Chukwuma
Diabetes and aging correlate with identical organ and system perturbations which are enhanced by concomitant molecular processes such as cellular senescence. Age represents a major risk factor for type 2 diabetes mellitus. It is unclear how senescence contributes to diabetes pathogenesis. Thus, available treatment modalities have not targeted the vital area of the disease. Reversal of untoward features of cellular aging represents a formidable tr [...] READ MORE
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Open Wound in Equine and Its Management-Review

Natnael Debebe1, Abaynew Gelaye2 & Haben Fesseha3*
Open wounds are the most frequently recorded health and welfare problem in working animals in developing countries that need proper wound dressing, as they are prone to bacterial infection. Wound dressing is one of the main external effects during the healing process of wounds. Understanding the process of wound healing and knowing the phases of wound healing is vital to intervene in the management of open wounds. It is based on repeated bandagin [...] READ MORE
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COVID-19 War, (Non-)Pyrogenic Actions and Reactions

Bahram Alamdary Badlou
Worldwide, all nations are distressing from the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak with unexpected death rate about one million, which the exact mechanism how systemic blood is responding not elucidated completely [1-4].
According to Wang et al. 2020 data indicated that all patients without or with fever showed significant differences between ‘clinical characteristics’ symptoms. Their data shockingly revealed that none of the other symp [...] READ MORE
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Epithelioid Sarcoma of the Hand: Report of Two Cases

Lajnef Ines1, Yahyaoui Yosra1*, Chamsi Amal1, Abid Leyla2, Gabsi Azza1, Letaief Feryel1 & Mezlini Amel1
Epithelioid Sarcoma (ES) are rare tumors of unknown histogenesis and display multidirectional differentiation, which is predominantly epithelial. They are usually slow growing, with peak incidence in young adult men and occur predominantly in extremities. We report the cases of two men aged 44 and 41 years with ES of the hand. We analyze through this observation the clinical, histological and therapeutic characteristics of this entity. [...] READ MORE
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Cessation of the Interoception, the Death Due to Brain in Neurodegenerative Diseases Alzheimer's and COVID-19

Shimon Shatzmiller
Interoception [1] refers to the process by which nervous systems senses, interprets, incorporates signals originating within the body, and providing moment-to-moment control of the body's internal organs across conscious and unconscious systems. Conceptual facial signaling is considered a component process of Reflexes, impulses, emotions, drives, adaptive responses, and cognitive and emotional experiences, while emphasizing things Contributio [...] READ MORE
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When Ribosomal Protein Go Bad-Mutation of Ribosomal Protein RPS23 in Different Diseases

Shefki Xharra1#, Emir Behluli2#, Hilada Nefic3, Rifat Hadziselimovic3, Kumrije Sopi-Xharra1 & Gazmend Temaj4#*
Ribosomal protein (RP) gene mutations, mostly are associated with inherited or acquired bone marrow failure; it is believed that RP to drive disease by slowing the rate of protein synthesis. Ribosomes, are responsible for protein synthesis; ribosome, consist of a small 40S subunit and a large 60S subunit. These subunits are composed of 4 RNA species and approximately 80 structurally distinct proteins. Size of RPL23 is 143 amino acids, and molecul [...] READ MORE
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Cient Periodique is a ‘Gold’ open access publisher that aspires to offer absolute free, unrestricted access to the valuable research information

We welcome all the eminent authors to submit your valuable paper

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