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The Journal of Medical Research and Innovation is an award-winning and open peer-reviewed journal which covers all aspects of Medicine including cellular biology, zoology and futuristic medicine (Robotics and Artificial Intelligence in medicine). The journal will feature original research, reviews, editorials, case studies, brief communications, opinions/views, poster presentations and audios & videos. This will be of interest to medical practitioners, clinical educators, nurse practitioners and other healthcare professionals involved in the care of patients.

The journal will publish at least two issues (Bi-Annually. First issue in January and Second in July) each year. Articles are published online when ready for publication (Continuously) as Article in Press. Additional issues may be published for special events (e.g. conferences) and when special themes are addressed. Please note that JMRI only accepts invited articles. If you want to submit an article, please email us on editor@jmri.org.in before submitting to discuss the possibility of a publication in JMRI

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Acknowledgement

Editors and Reviewers Acknowledgement, 2(2), July-December, 2018

The Journal of Medical Research and Innovation would like to thank each and every one who has helped us to review and edit the articles. As a small token of appreciation, we would like to mention the names of all the editors and reviewers in random order here who have edited or reviewed the articles for the July, 2018 issue. The list will be updated as when more reviewers review the articles.


Editorial Team

Original Article

Markers of Poor Prognosis in Non-ST Segment Elevation Acute Coronary Syndromes Without Revascularization: A 3-Year Survival Analysis

The non-ST elevation acute coronary syndrome (NSTE-ACS) account for more than 50% of the total number of patients with ACS. The mortality rates after NSTEMI are not significantly different when compared with patients with ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction.


Alexander Parkhomenko, Natalia Dovgan, Yaroslav Lutay, Sergey Kozhukhov

Original Article

Hydroelectrophoresis for Transdermal Administration of Verapamil or of Hyaluronic Acid in Peyronie's Disease: A Prospective, Open Label, Multicenter Study

To assess the efficacy of a new electromotive system for the transcutaneous delivery of verapamil or of hyaluronic acid to improve the symptoms of Peyronie' s disease (PD) in patients with a curvature deformity of < 30° at the beginning of therapy.


Giorgio Cavallini, Carlo Maretti

Case Report

Aneurysmal Bone Cyst of Talus

Aneurysmal bone cyst (ABC) of talus is rare benign, expansile and osteolytic bone growth. Cyst contains bloody fluid lined with variable amount of osteolytic giant cells. This is common in epiphyseal ends of long bone and rare in small bones like talus. Here a 20 years’ male with aneurysmal bone cyst of talus managed with wide intralesional curettage with autologous bone graft mixed with synthetic bone graft been presented.


Dhan Bahadur Shrestha, Bishnu Babu Thapa, Dipendra Maharjan, Kumar Basnet, Prabeen Ghimire, Sijan Karki

Case Report

Dyke-Davidoff-Masson Syndrome: A Delayed Diagnosis of an Acquired Variant

Dyk-Davidof-Masson Syndrome (DDMS) is an important cause of intractable and drug-resistant seizures. It has varied clinical presentation and history with distinct neuroimaging features. Here, we describe a female patient presented with recurrent intractable convulsion, mental retardation, hemiparesis, and characteristic neuroimaging features of cerebral hemiatrophy, calvarial thickening, and ipsilateral hyperpneumatization of the frontal sinuses which is suggestive of DDMS. Early institution of neuroimaging in patients with intractable epilepsy will make early diagnosis and better outcome.


T Seetam Kumar, Abhijit Vipul, Rohtas Yadav

Brief Communication

Developing A Scale for Measuring Perfection Quotient (PQ) to Predict Readiness to Health Behavior Change

The concept of perfection quotient (PQ) that imbibes the basics of intelligence quotient (IQ), emotional quotient (EQ), X quotient (XQ) and spiritual dimension has been proposed to measure readiness for individual-level health behavior change. PQ can be defined as a sum total of combined cognitive capacity, balanced emotions, desirable personality traits, and spiritual awareness to meet the best possible success of life goals. The present article reifies this concept into a practical scale that includes the concept of IQ implicitly by developing the scale at less than seventh-grade level. It explicitly operationalizes the concept of EQ through three constructs namely self-awareness, mood management, and self-motivation into a health emotional quotient (HEQ). It also operationalizes the concept of health X quotient (HXQ) through the constructs of cautiousness, independence, and competition with self.  Finally, it operationalizes the concept of health spiritual quotient (HSQ) through the constructs of self-love and love for others around oneself. The summation of HEQ, HXQ, and HSQ yields the PQ score which can range from 0-100 units. It is proposed that score of 0-25 units indicates needing improvement low perfection score; a score of 26-50 units indicates needing improvement small perfection score; a score of 51-75 units indicates moderate perfection score that can be better; a score of 76-100 units indicates high perfection score on the continuum and high readiness for health behavior change. The scale can be freely used by health behavior researchers while providing due credit.


Manoj Sharma, Amar Kanekar, Ram Lakhan

Abstracts

To Determine the Relation Between Ankle-Brachial Index with Angiographic Stenosis and Major Cardiovascular Risk Factors In Patients With Suspected Coronary Artery Disease.

 Prevalence of low Ankle-Brachial Index (ABI) in patients with Ischaemic Heart Disease. To compare the relationship between various physiological parameters like age, sex, and BMI with ABI. To compare the relationship between low ABI and number of coronaries involved.


Vivek Agarwal, Tejas Patel, Sanjay Shah

Abstracts

Tuberculosis: Diagnosed and Undiagnosed as a Cause of Death

This study has been conducted to find out the frequency of tuberculosis, histopathological pattern analysis of tuberculosis along with associated non-neoplastic changes and there role in the cause of death.


Shivangi Gandhi, Pinal Shah

Abstracts

Incidence of Cytological Abnormalities in Pap's Smear in HIV Positive Women

 The aim of present study is to estimate the frequency of abnormal PAP’s smears and mainly to detect precancerous and cancerous lesions as well as inflammatory lesions in HIV infected women.


Suhana Jotva, Hemani Desai, Hansa Goswami

Abstracts

Pressure responses following the insertion of pro-seal laryngeal mask airway in patients with controlled hypertension: A comparison with tracheal intubation

To compare:1) Hemodynamic responses during insertion of pro-seal laryngeal mask airway (PLMA) vs endo-tracheal tubation (ETT) in hypertensive patients under control. 2) The incidence of complications.


Drashti Vavadia, Rupal Shah

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Points to keep in mind before submitting an article in JMRI

2018-07-27

Want to submit an article in JMRI? Make sure you have read these important points.

1) Plagiarism: Whether the paper is plagiarised? JMRI shall not allow plagiarism at any cost and from today onwards, we will be banning the corresponding author, in case his/her paper is found to be plagiarised. The authors can self check the plagiarism by using iAuthenticate or Turnitin or Plagiarism checker X.

2) Ethics & Consent: The study should have been approved by the ethical committee of the institution and the patients consent should have been taken prior to submission of the paper. We may ask for the proof during the review. Also, the statements regarding Ethics & Consent should be mentioned in the text, without which we shall not proceed further.

3) Reference format: JMRI only accepts Vancouver style of references. Please make sure you have formated the references as per JMRI's custom style of vancouver. DOI, PubMed ID and direct links should also be added at the end of each reference. More details shall be found out in the Author's guidelines.

4) Conflict of Interest: A statement regarding conflicts for each author should be mentioned in the text.

If there is any mistake with regards to the above points, JMRI will not accept the article. Till date, we were lenient about such mistakes, however, we would not accept any such errors from now onwards due to time constraints.

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