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10.25259/SAJHS_5_2024

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Adviser- Medical research and publications, Aarupadai Veedu Medical College, Anagha, Lawspet, Puducherry, India
Corresponding author: Prof. Vishnu Ballambattu Bhat, Adviser- Medical research and publications, Aarupadai Veedu Medical College, No:3, Anagha, 26th Cross, Avvai Nagar, Lawspet, Puducherry, India. drvishnubhat@yahoo.com
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How to cite this article: Bhat VB. Editorial. South Asian J Health Sci. doi: 10.25259/SAJHS_5_2024

We are happy to bring the second issue of our journal before the scheduled date. This could happen because of the enthusiastic submission of manuscripts from various parts of India and abroad. We are thankful to all the contributors. We have received the ISSN number for the online publication. We have decided to publish the accepted articles as ‘Online first’ with DOI number so that the articles can be quoted before the release of the print issue. Our management has decided to make the submission and access to the articles free of charge.

Journals should have different categories of articles to meet everyone’s requirements. We have included original research papers, review articles, case reports, and letters to the editor. There are articles based on human and animal research. We hope that the journal’s contents will meet your expectations.

Some of the original research articles include risk factors for cardiac disease, stress among nurses, and Assessing opposition defiant disorder. The contents of these research papers are likely to widen our thinking.

Animal experiments are required before testing a new molecule on human beings. In this issue, we have included a study on the neuroprotective action of Chrysin, an alkaloid in albino rats, by reducing oxidative stress, inflammatory response, and apoptosis.

Type-2 diabetes is becoming very common. A suitable biomarker for assessing the severity and prognosis of Diabetes patients is needed. Dipeptidyl peptidase-4 (DPP-4) level is beneficial in this regard.

Mental stress and suicidal tendencies are becoming common in this competitive world. Patients may present with unknown complications from overdose of commonly used drugs. The case of a young female patient who presented with myocardial ischemia after ingesting multiple drugs not known to cause ischemia has been discussed.

A rare case of Lymphangioma circumscripta has been included as a ‘Letter to the editor.’ Respiratory syncytial virus infection can cause life-threatening illness, especially among preterm and extremely low birth weight infants. A case series has been presented, suggesting maternal vaccination among high-risk mothers and making monoclonal antibodies available for severely affected preterm infants.

We hope that you will enjoy reading the articles published in this issue and continue to support the journal.

B.Vishnu Bhat

Editor-in-chief


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