SCIOL Biomedicine is a multidisciplinary journal which publishes original research articles, reviews, reports, commentaries, editorials, proceedings, letters to the editor, etc

Biomedicine is a substantially large field interlinking with various other forms of scientific knowledge and solutions. The purpose of the journal is to publish reviewed content to fill current gaps, or challenges in Biomedicine.

The publications focused on biomedical research, biomedical engineering, biomedical science, biology, biomedical informatics, nano, cell science, clinical, medical, microbiology, biochemistry, computational aspects relevant to biomedical sciences.

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  • Research Article  | November 30, 2018 

    Hematological Profile of Pregnant Women Co- Infected with Malaria and HIV in Buea, South West Region of Cameroon

    Tebit Emmanuel Kwenti, Suiru Neley Njilah and Nguedia Jules-Clement Assob

    Citation: Kwenti TE, Njilah SN, Assob NJC (2018) Hematological Profile of Pregnant Women Co- Infected with Malaria and HIV in Buea, South West Region of Cameroon. SCIOL Biomed 2018;2:128-135

     

    Abstract: Malaria and HIV coinfection (MHC) pose significant problems to pregnant women and their unborn babies in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). Studies reporting the haematological profile of pregnant women with MHC are not readily available in SSA. This study was designed to determine the hematological profile of pregnant women co-infected with malaria and HIV in Buea, South West region of Cameroon.

    Review Article  | November 26, 2018 

    The Spread of MRSA in Ethiopia

    Tekalign Kejela

    Citation: Kejela T (2018) The Spread of MRSA in Ethiopia. SCIOL Biomed 2018;2:121- 127

     

    Abstract: Multidrug resistance S. aureus (MRSA) is an emerged pathogen responsible to cause infections both in the hospital and community. MRSA is distributed worldwide and causing high morbidity and mortality. The prevalence of MRSA is highest in developed countries; however, due to effective controlling measures implemented in developed countries, nowadays the prevalence of MRSA is decreasing substantially.

    Review Article  | November 26, 2018 

    A Review of Recent Application of Medical Thermography in Human Body for Medical Diagnosis

    Hamidreza Shirzadfar, Fateme Ghasemi and Melika Shahbazi

    Citation: Shirzadfar H, Ghasemi F, Shahbazi M (2018) A Review of Recent Application of Medical Thermography in Human Body for Medical Diagnosis. SCIOL Biomed 2018;2:102- 120

     

    Abstract: To the medical view, temperature is a good indicator to determine the body's health condition. Human body is able to keep and fix its temperature while the environmental temperature might be different. Thermal variations, even in some degrees, are considered as a bright sign of a probable disease.

    Review Article  | November 23, 2018 

    A Review of Cd, Cu and Zn in Cockle Anadara Granosa and Mussel Perna Viridis: Comparison of Food Safety Limits and Human Health Risk Assessment

    Chee Kong Yap

    Citation: Yap CK (2018) A Review of Cd, Cu and Zn in Cockle Anadara Granosa and Mussel Perna Viridis: Comparison of Food Safety Limits and Human Health Risk Assessment. SCIOL Biomed 2018;2:89-101

     

    Abstract: The present study reviewed the concentrations of Cd, Cu, and Zn in the edible soft tissues (ST) of cockle Anadara granosa and mussel Perna viridis from the literature. Based on field collected samples, the Cd concentrations in the cockles were generally higher than those of mussels while Cu concentrations in the mussels were generally higher than those of cockles.

    Case Report  | September 19, 2018 

    A History of Klebsiella Pneumoniae Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome: A Case Report and Review of Literature

    Zikan Ke, Yan Yang, Xiaoyu Ke, Xiaoquan Lai and Xi Chen

    Citation: Ke Z, Yang Y, Ke X, Lai X, Chen Xi (2018) A History of Klebsiella pneumoniae Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome: A Case Report and Review of Literature. SCIOL Biomed 2018;2:83-88.

     

    Abstract: Klebsiella pneumoniae (KP) is an increasingly recognized cause of hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) and a unique invasive syndrome consisting of pyogenic liver abscess including liver abscess, pneumonia, meningitis and endophthalmitis.