American Journal of Medical and Pharmacy Research (AJMPR)—Open Access Journal

American Journal of Medical and Pharmacy Research (AJMPR) ISSN: (2232-8232) is an international, cross-disciplinary, scholarly, peer-reviewed and open-access journal that consists of Medical and Pharmacy Research concepts. American Journal of Medical and Pharmacy Research (AJMPR) provides an advanced forum for Medical and Pharmacy Research. American Journal of Medical and Pharmacy Research (AJMPR) publishes Bi-monthly (2 months/publications or 6 publications/year) online by SDIP PRESS.

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  • Rapid publication: manuscripts are peer-reviewed and a first decision provided to authors approximately 4-7 working days after submission; acceptance to publication is undertaken within 5 working days.

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American Journal of Medical and Pharmacy Research (AJMPR) - Latest Articles

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IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL INVESTIGATION OF HORMONAL RECEPTORS IN ENDOMETRIUM OF LADIES WITH USELESS UTERINE DYING: A PLANNED CROSS-SECTIONAL EXAMINATION AT A TERTIARY CENTER Paper ID: AJMPR-24-06-2019-27
Abstract : Dysfunctional uterine bleeding is a major gynecologic hassle, with numerous remedy options. A good sized percentage of these sufferers go through hysterectomy. to analyze the hormonal milieu at the tissue degree, we semi-quantitatively assessed the estrogen and progesterone receptors in the endometrial samples of fifty DUB sufferers, by way of Immunohistochemistry. We observed a big boom (p < 0.001) within the concentration of both estrogen and progesterone receptors in patients with dysfunctional uterine bleeding, in comparison to the regular populace. We also mentioned a substantial growth inside the endometrial thickness (p < 0.001) of sufferers with easy endometrial hyperplasia. Our look at demonstrates the position of estrogen and progesterone receptors in the etiopathogenesis of dysfunctional uterine bleeding and within the alteration within the morphology of endometrium, consisting of easy endometrial hyperplasia. We suggest the usage of progesterone antagonists and selective progesterone receptor modulators within the remedy of patients with dysfunctional uterine bleeding, especially in people with endometrial hyperplasia, who convey the longtime danger of endometrial carcinoma with sustained endometrial estrogenic stimulation.
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ADHERENCE OF PREGNANT LADIES TO FOLIC CORROSIVE ADMISSION AND JOB OF DOCTOR ON ADHERENCE IN AL AHSA AREA OF SAUDI ARABIA Paper ID: AJMPR-24-06-2019-26
Abstract : Studies on the extent of adherence to folic acid (FA) and factors related were restricted in a wide variety and confirmed discrepancy in the identical region and among exceptional populations. via detecting those elements, there could be an opportunity to improve the compliance and then decrease in the prevalence of unwanted consequences as NTD. The health care companies have a crucial role in this adherence. A go-sectional observe that uses a multistage sampling approach turned into used. It becomes conducted amongst multiple number one health care centers in Al-Ahsa town. The pattern size turned into 176 pregnant ladies based on the superiority of recognition concerning FA intake during being pregnant. It turned into 160 first of all, however, 10% of sufferers were introduced so one can manipulate the dropouts. the prevalence of use of FA among pregnant in their first trimester turned into satisfactory (87%). simplest 2% of pregnant have a previous toddler with NTD. by means of assessing the FA adherence degree, we located that only 15% are especially adherent. A not unusual motive (71%) of low adherence changed into forgetfulness secondary to taking care of others observed via being an operating mother and unawareness of FA significance. 13% of pregnant did now not take FA in any respect. the main motives in the back of the non-use of FA as participant cited that FA changed into now not prescribed for them, followed via unawareness of its importance all through pregnancy. there has been an effective correlation between the extent of adherence and affected person-medical doctor relationship. A 74% affected person had a very appropriate rapport with their number one fitness care physicians (p.c.). For excessive adherence, the affected person has to recognize and recognize the significance of the FA taking, and why she takes it and whilst she will be able to prevent it properly. improvement of adherence is required, and this needs qualified health practitioner with precise conversation talent, enough time for each pregnant.
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