Choosing the right topic for your medical thesis can be daunting and presents the biggest hurdle in your post-graduation. Though certain topics would be suggested by your supervisor based on his understanding, experience, and facilities available in the Department, you play an important role in choosing your own and composing your thesis thereafter.
The task will become easier if you are able to answer the following questions:
Is your chosen topic appropriate to the conditions of your wo
The most important question that confronts the mind of a researcher is to publish his research in an open access or subscription based journals. Publishing in open access journal through our reliable and professional publication support services team is beneficial for researchers. Here we give you a rundown on the positive aspects of publishing in an open access journal.
Researchers at MIT and Brigham and Women’s Hospital have built a flexible sensor that adheres to the lining of the stomach or intestine and measures the rhythmic contractions of the digestive tract.
Such sensors can help doctors to diagnose digestive disorders that impair the motility of the digestive tract. Further, they can be used to measure the food intake in patients treated for obesity.
These flexible sensors are based on piezoelectric materials, which generate a current and voltag
What is a medical thesis?
A medical thesis is the written work resulting from an original research in the field of Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, and other health and life sciences. It is submitted by the students in order to obtain a higher degree from the University.
However, keep this in mind! The purpose of submitting a medical thesis is not limited to the achievement of a doctoral or post-graduate degree. It is a medium to organize the scientific knowledge in a way to make further progress i
A study at University of California San Diego School of Medicine claims that suppression of stomach (gastric) acid by drugs alters specific gut bacteria, promoting liver injury and progression of three types of chronic liver disease.
Nearly 10% people use proton pump inhibitor (PPI) drug to relieve the symptoms of heartburn and acid reflux; this percentage being seven times higher for those suffering from a chronic liver disease.
The number of people suffering from chronic liver disease is
Women who develop high blood pressure in their 40s may be more likely to develop dementia in later life, according to the study published in Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.
“High blood pressure in midlife is a known risk for dementia in later life, but this study will help to understand how and when this association starts and its gender differences,” said the study author Rachel A. Whitmer, PhD, Kaiser Permanente Division of Research in Oakland, Cal
The Impact factor of a journal is one of the things authors consider while choosing the right journal for publishing their manuscript. But, what is this impact factor? Why is it considered important in selecting the target journal for publication?
Journal Impact factor is the number of times articles in the journal are cited in other publications for a particular year. For example, an impact factor of 3 indicates that each article in the journal was cited 3 times on average for a specific yea
Documenting the results of your research in the form of a manuscript is harder than conducting a research itself. Many scientists are clueless on where and how to begin writing a medical manuscript.
But, not when you have these 7 steps in mind!
7 Steps to Write Your Research Paper Faster
1.Outline the format of the paper
Introduction to research topic
Hypothesis of research
Materials and methods used
Discussion on the results of research
2.Introduce your researc
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, an agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, today approved a new treatment, the Remede System for moderate to severe central sleep apnoea. It is a battery operated device that is surgically implanted in the chest to stimulate the phrenic nerve, which in turn sends signals to the diaphragm and restores normal breathing in such patients.
Sleep apnoea is a disorder that causes one or more pauses in breathing lasting from few seconds t
Plagiarism, simply known as literary theft, is defined as the practice of using other’s work or ideas in your scientific writing without giving them due credit and passing them off as one’s own in publication journals to gain recognition.
Publishing their research in high-impact journals is a matter of reputation for every scientist or research scholar. However, plagiarism can blemish this reputation and you stand a high chance of rejection by the journal.
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