Prognostic Factors in Gastric Cancer Using Log-Normal Censored Regression Model (Report)

Prognostic Factors in Gastric Cancer Using Log-Normal Censored Regression Model (Report)

Background & objectives: Gastric cancer is one of the most common cancers in the world. It is rarely detected early, and the prognosis remains poor. Cox proportional hazard model is used to examine the relationship between survival and covariates. Parametric survival models such as log normal regression model can also be used for this analysis. […]

Evaluation of the Anti-Ulcer Activity of NR-ANX-C (A Polyherbal Formulation) in Aspirin & Pyloric Ligature Induced Gastric Ulcers in Albino Rats (Report)

Evaluation of the Anti-Ulcer Activity of NR-ANX-C (A Polyherbal Formulation) in Aspirin & Pyloric Ligature Induced Gastric Ulcers in Albino Rats (Report)

Gastric ulcers are mucosal lesions that result from an imbalance between aggressive factors such as acid and pepsin, and defensive mechanisms like gastric mucous, high mucosal blood flow and high mucosal turnover rate that work towards maintenance of mucosal integrity1. Another factor that has been implicated in the pathogenesis of gastric ulcers is oxidative stress […]

Can Gastric Tonometry be Used to Determine Weaning Failure? Gastrik Tonometri Weaning Basarisizligini Belirlemek Icin Kullanilabilir Mi?(Original Investigation/Ozgun Arastirma) (Report)

Can Gastric Tonometry be Used to Determine Weaning Failure? Gastrik Tonometri Weaning Basarisizligini Belirlemek Icin Kullanilabilir Mi?(Original Investigation/Ozgun Arastirma) (Report)

Introduction Despite the advances, weaning from mechanical ventilation is an important problem in daily operations of intensive care units (ICUs). The weaning period can represent more than 40% of the mechanical ventilation duration. As reported in different series, weaning failure varies widely (1-4). Several pathophysiological determinants of weaning failure have been identified, including inadequacy of […]

Helicobacter Pylori Infection: A Review of Current Scientific Research on the Efficacy Or Potential of Herbal Medicine for the Treatment of H. Pylori Infection of the Gastric Mucosa (Undergrad Copy)

Helicobacter Pylori Infection: A Review of Current Scientific Research on the Efficacy Or Potential of Herbal Medicine for the Treatment of H. Pylori Infection of the Gastric Mucosa (Undergrad Copy)

Introduction Helicobacter pylori is a common bacterium that infects the stomachs of approximately 50% of the world population (Go 2002). Australian physicians Warren and Marshall discovered the unidentified bacteria in the early 1980s in the gastric mucosa and duodenum of patients suffering from peptic ulceration (Gaby 2001). It is now accepted that Helicobacter pylori infection […]