Scientific Research Journal of Clinical and Medical Sciences
ISSN Print : 2788-8843
ISSN Online : 2788-8851
Frequency : Bi-Monthly
Language : English
Origin : Kenya

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Lyophilized Platelet-Rich Plasma: Advantages and Applications in COVID-19 Patients
Mahajan Pradeep, Kulkarni Ajit, Subramanian Swetha, & Mahajan Sanskruti
SRJ Clin & Med Sci. 1(3) | Volume:1 Issue:3 (Nov. 20, 2021) : 5-10
DOI: 10.47310/srjcms.2021.v01i03.002
8 Downloads18 Views
Therapeutic Approaches of Hyperkalemia Induced By Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitors and Angiotensin Receptor Blockers
P.Subhashini, K.R. Sangamithra, K Thirumala Naik & S P Srinivas Nayak
SRJ Clin & Med Sci. 1(3) | Volume:1 Issue:3 (Oct. 10, 2021) : 1-4
DOI: 10.47310/srjcms.2021.v01i03.001
23 Downloads72 Views
The M.3460G>A Variant Impairs Mitochondrial Functions and Can Present as a Multiorgan Phenotype
Josef Finsterer, MD, Phd
SRJ Clin & Med Sci. 1(2) | Volume:1 Issue:2 (Sept. 20, 2021) : 4-5
DOI: 10.47310/srjcms.2021.v01i02.003
33 Downloads98 Views
Diagnosing AMSAN Triggered By a SARS-Cov-2 Vaccination Requires Comprehensive Work-Up
Josef Finsterer, MD, Phd
SRJ Clin & Med Sci. 1(2) | Volume:1 Issue:2 (Sept. 20, 2021) : 3
DOI: 10.47310/srjcms.2021.v01i02.002
33 Downloads82 Views
Underestimating the Prevalence of SARS-CoV-2 Associated Guillain-Barre Syndrome is Multicausal
Josef Finsterer, MD, PhD
SRJ Clin & Med Sci. 1(2) | Volume:1 Issue:2 (Aug. 31, 2021) : 1-2
DOI: 10.47310/srjcms.2021.v01i02.001
45 Downloads123 Views
A New Strain of the Swine Acute Diarrhea Syndrome Coronavirus (SADS-CoV) has the Ability to Infect Human Respiratory and Intestinal Cells
Ali Adel Dawood
SRJ Clin & Med Sci. 1(1) | Volume:1 Issue:1 (July 31, 2021) : 16-17
DOI: 10.47310/srjcms.2021.v01i01.005
45 Downloads139 Views
Long Term Maintenance of Sterility of Indian Honey
Amit Kumar C Jain
SRJ Clin & Med Sci. 1(1) | Volume:1 Issue:1 (July 31, 2021) : 14-15
DOI: 10.47310/srjcms.2021.v01i01.004
51 Downloads126 Views
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