Volume 30, Issue 1 (1-2022)  

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In January 2022, the publishing models of the Journal of Advances in Medical and Biomedical Research changed. Rather than publishing conventional complete online issues at fixed intervals, the journals have moved to a continuous publication model. This page is a guide for readers, authors, and librarians to what the change means. Please see This link for more information. 

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✅ The results showed larvae of L. sericata can significantly improve wound healing rate but it is recommended to evaluate this biotherapy method in more patients.




Original Articles - Clinical medicine (Article Number: 2-2)


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✅ Menstrual disorders affect a large percentage of Iranian girls. More than half of participants experienced dysmenorrhea that often required medical treatment.




Original Articles - Health improvement strategies (Article Number: 3-3)


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✅ Socioeconomic impact evaluation is very complex; it involves a large scale of direct and indirect activities.  Therefore, evaluation with a limited number of indicators cannot provide a comprehensive view of impact. Quantity and quality of universities' research activities are likely matters in socioeconomic impact.




Original Articles - Medical Biology (Article Number: 4-4)


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✅ In this review article, Science direct, PubMed and Scopus databases were explored to provide original articles. Studies show that castration leads to anxiety, depression, memory impairments and synaptic dysfunctions. On the other hand, it has been reported that castration decreases the level of some synaptic markers such as BDNF, PSD-95, and SYN.



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✅ The afa and sfa genes have a significant correlation with strong biofilm formation in uropathogenic E. coli (UPEC).



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✅ Mice vaccinated with nanoparticles containing Klebsiella pneumoniae capsular antigen showed that the proposed vaccine has a high potential for long-term and stable protection against pure Klebsiella pneumoniae capsule antigen, activates (T Helper) lymphocytes T, and stimulates memory by stimulating T cells. Indicating the effectiveness of the vaccine, the results revealed that the vaccine could be recommended for animal studies with more samples or phase one clinical trial studies.



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✅ The results suggest that D. kotschyi extract is effective against oxidative bowel damages induced in IBD and its beneficial effect is, at least in part, due to its antioxidant properties.



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✅ Collectively, the present study showed CIN significantly induced neuroprotection effects for brain damage. It seems CIN can be a promising method for improving the effectiveness of therapy.




Original Articles - Health improvement strategies (Article Number: 9-9)


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✅ Based on the results, training diabetic patients regarding effective therapies in controlling risk factors, hyperglycemia, and screening for rapid diagnosis of CRC are essential to improve health and increase survival rate in diabetic patients.
 



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✅ Results corroborates previous findings and suggests the amount of postoperative decline in vitamin D levels as a predictor of the outcome of heart surgery in CHD.



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✅ Supportive ventilation technique leads to better oxygenation and better lung expansion, as well as lowering inflammatory biomarkers, after coronary artery bypass surgery.




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