Friday, 1 November 2019

Immune Response 2020

Title: 2nd International Conference on Viral Infection and Immune Response

Short Name: Immune Response 2020

Date: June 25-26, 2020

Venue: Abu Dhabi, UAE

About Conference:

It is our immense pleasure to welcomes every one of the members over the globe to participate in the 2nd International Conference on Viral Infection and Immune Response during June 25-26, 2020 in Abu Dhabi, UAE and highlights the theme "Emphasizing the Global Approach to Immune Response and Viral Infection" which includes various research findings about Viral Infection and Immunology.

Immune Response 2020 Conference brings together immunologists, scientists, public health professional and other key stakeholders to discuss progress and challenges in Immunology and Viral Infection research and development and implementation as identified in the universal accomplishment. The aim of the conference is to provide an international platform for discussion and debate among Immunology and Viral Infection research and development providers, policy makers, academics and researchers on strategies and initiatives to achieve transformational and sustainable development in Immunology and Infection research and development in local and global context.

Friday, 18 October 2019

Health Literacy Critical to Heart Disease

                           Health Literacy is Critical to Heart Diseases:

Health literacy is defined as the degree of an individual who can process and understand the basic health information. It is extremely important for the patients to make decisions related to their health and health care. The Poor health literacy is associated with poorer health, higher health care costs and increased risk of death. The experts note that health literacy is important when it comes to heart health.

In their recent, it is note that health literacy should be viewed as a barrier to health, similar to health insurance and availability of care. It is well established that not having insurance or living far from doctors’ offices can prevent patients from getting the care they need. The basic health information can act as a barrier to health care in the same way, according to recent studies.

Friday, 11 October 2019

Diet for Person with Cardiovascular Diseases

                                         Diet as preventive medicine in Cardiology     

The main cause of death in patients with Coronary Heart Diseases is Sudden Cardiac Death (SCD). The Physicians has develop specific strategies which includes diet change of the person. The reduction of diet-dependent chronic risk factors of coronary heart disease, hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, and diabetes is also important. The association of cardio protective effects of the Mediterranean diet with those expected from the reduction in blood pressure, blood lipids and control of diabetes. This dietary pattern attracts most of the publics. They are use as a supplement or use as a Mediterranean diet.

The Mediterranean diet is abundant in minimally plant-based foods, rich in monounsaturated fats which are from olive oil, lower saturated fat, meat and dairy products is an ideal nutrition for person with cardiovascular diseases.

Thursday, 26 September 2019

Marijuana Risks in Heart Health

                             Marijuana risky for people with Heart Diseases:

Marijuana is a greenery herb also called as weed, herb, and ganja which people smoke in hand rolled cigarette called as joints is a mixture of dried flower of Cannabis sativa. Its cultivation was studied some 6,000 years back. At that time the cardiovascular and other health effects of cannabis was not well studied. Because cannabis is scheduled to have no acceptance in medical field or use and is a high potential abuse. That leads to have numerous restrictions on researchers making it difficult to carry out any research on Marijuana. It was originated in United States as a medicinal product in mid 1800s. Compared to smoking cigarettes, smoking marijuana is more risky as it causes many heart diseases and also leads to heart strokes.

From Cardiovascular perspective it is seen that marijuana is associated with increased risk for myocardial infarction and acute coronary syndrome, and increased sympathetic drive.

   Effects of Cannabis:
  •          Anxiety and paranoia
  •         Impaired memory
  •         Difficulty thinking
  •         Respiratory problems
  •         Heightened risk of infections, especially the lungs
  •         Cognitive impairment

Signs of use of Marijuana:
  •          Lack of focus
  •          Talkativeness
  •          Secrecy
  •          Sleepiness
  •          Increased food cravings
  •          Bloodshot eyes

The relaxing effect of cannabis is it increases the heart rate which results in the need of more oxygen. The occurrence of cardiac arrhythmias such as atrial fibrillation has been associated with effects resulting from parasympathetic stimulation induced by cannabis.

Sunday, 22 September 2019

Soybean Prevents Cardiovascular Diseases and Dysfunction??

Does Soybean prevent Cardiovascular Diseases and Dysfunction??

Soybeans are one of the most popular foods worldwide associated with many health benefits because its structure is similar to Estrogen. Epidemiologic studies have demonstrated that the consumption of soybean will improves the serum level in the patients who have high cholesterol level or hypercholesterolemia. Several studies have found out that the consumption of soy in flavones has prevented the Cardiovascular Diseases (CVD). Soybean is a rich source of is flavones.

Many is flavones has an antioxidants and anti-inflammatory actions. Is flavone having nitric oxide production to maintain a healthy endothelium and prevent endothelial cell dysfunction. These effects limit the development of atherosclerosis and prevent CVD and restore healthy endothelial function. The evidence supporting the benefits of soy is flavones in CVD prevention are increasing.

This review shows the recent progress in identifying the preventive mechanisms of action of soybean isoflavones on vascular endothelial cells. Also, it describes the beneficial roles that the isoflavones may have on endothelial dysfunction-related atherosclerosis.

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Friday, 13 September 2019

Incidence of Congenital Disease and Model that predicts Sudden Cardiac death in Children

Model that predicts Sudden Cardiac Death and Congenital Heart Disease:

Researchers have found out a recent stratification model for sudden cardiac attack in childhood which is known as Childhood Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM). To develop and to validate a pediatric risk prediction model for SCD in a childhood HCM, researchers have collected data from a retrospective, longitudinal cohort study to design a model which can identify patients at highest risk. Children of age 1 and 16 years were found to be as risk more and cohort was studied in between these ages.
The congenital heart disease appears to about 1 per 100 live born infants. In infants who die before term, however, there is a higher risk of congenital heart disease, with a tendency for an excess of complex lesions. Some of these lesions are associated with gross chromosomal abnormalities, which occur very frequently in first-trimester of abortions. Most of the chromosomal abnormalities are associated with a mal development of many organ systems that leads to fetal death in utero.

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Friday, 6 September 2019

Opioids risks of Heart Rhythm

Opioids: Increases the risk of Heart Rhythm

Opioids are the substances that act upon opioid receptors to produce morphine-like effects. They are medically used for pain relief which includes anesthesia. They are a class of drugs which are naturally found in the opium poppy plant. With addition of controlling pain, opioids can also make some people feel relaxed, happy or “high,” and can be highly addictive.

As opioids are highly addictive they can also increase the risk of common heart disorders that can cause stroke. The impact of opioids that risks for an abnormal heart rhythm which is called as atrial fibrillation. Atrial Fibrillation is an irregular and rapid heart rate which increases the risk of  heart stroke and other serious complications. The Atrial fibrillation is a common condition which affects approx 6.1 million Americans. Since it increases drastically the risk for heart stroke, prevention is key. The reduction of opioids may help in the reduction of atrial fibrillation.