Journal of Medical Practice and Review 2019-04-18T06:38:20+00:00 Dr Daniel V Open Journal Systems <p>JMPR invites original research and review articles not published/submitted for publications anywhere. The journal accepts review articles only if author (s) has included his/her own research work and is an authority in the particular field. Invited or submitted review articles on current medical research developments will also be included. Medical practitioners are encouraged to contribute interesting case reports. The journal publishes special features like and book reviews clinical trials which are registered in the Clinical Trial Registry of India or Clinical</p> <p>We publish innovative original research papers, review articles, case reports and short communications dealing with all the medical specialties like Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Pathology, Forensic medicine, Microbiology, Community Medicine, Ophthalmology, Otorhinolaryngology, Internal Medicine, General Surgery, Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Orthopedics, Psychiatry, Radiology, Pulmonary Medicine, Dermatology and Venereal diseases, Infectious Diseases, Anaesthesia, Cardiology, Diabetes, Cancer research, Endocrinology, Urology, Neurosurgery, Geriatric Medicine, Gastroenterology, Neurology, Nephrology, Dentistry and Medical education.</p> <p><strong>About US</strong></p> <p>We also accept research articles in the field of Medical Research, Free radical biology, Immunology, Infertility, Hematology, Medical Genetics, Laboratory Medicine, Medical Statistics and Biotechnology</p> <p>Welcome to the Journal of Medical Practice and review, Rapid publication of original medical and allied research articles, reviews, case reports, preliminary and pilot studies. Symposium proceedings, summaries of presentations or collections of medical data on a specific topic are also welcome, for publication as supplements/special issues.</p> Frequency color visualization of human state according to spectral analysis of biofield and biodiagnostics 2019-04-07T08:19:40+00:00 Bryndin e. g. <p>Modern scientific knowledge perceives a biofield of the person mainly as biopower, tied, mainly, to functioning of a biological body, in general, and its separate bodies and cages, in particular, that is connected with power radiations of bodies and cells of a biological body. Ideas of processes of change of frequency ranges of power radiations of the person in the course of his spiritual ascension intensify development of the corresponding methodologies of a pilot study of the mental power phenomena.</p> 2019-04-07T07:54:32+00:00 Copyright (c) 2019 Journal of Medical Practice and Review The Correlation between Body Mass Index and Blood Pressure in Children Aged 7-12 Years 2019-04-15T04:30:40+00:00 Herlina Herlina Dimiati <p>Hypertension in children may progress as they grow older. Obesity has been identified as one factor that increases blood pressure (BP). Body Mass Index is an indicator that is used in measuring ones’ overweight or obesity status. This study was done to analyze the correlation between BMI with BP in children aged 7-12 years in SD Negeri 20 Banda Aceh. This study is a cross-sectional study that employed a stratified random sampling technique to select 100 children to participate as respondents. There were 50 males and 50 females, with 60 children had underweight status, 18 children had normal BMI, 14 children were in overweight status and 8 children were obese. The average systolic BP in males was 90.4 ± 6.5 mmHg and 90.1 ± 7.3 mmHg in females, and the average diastolic was found at 66.7 ± 4.4 mmHg in males and 65.8 ± 5.9 mmHg in females. The result of Pearson correlation test conducted in this study showed a significant correlation between IMT and BP where systolic BP was (r = 0.439) and diastolic BP was (r = 0.309). It can be drawn into conclusion that higher IMT value seems to be followed by higher BP.</p> 2019-04-15T04:22:54+00:00 Copyright (c) 2019 Journal of Medical Practice and Review Role Of Some Phytochemicals In The Management Of Diabetes Mellitus: A Review 2019-04-18T06:38:20+00:00 Leelavinothan Pari <p>Medicinal plants have a vast potential in the treatment of various ailments due to the presence of therapeutically important phytochemicals. Diabetes is a serious metabolic disorder and several marketed medications are available to alleviate the &nbsp;symptoms of diabetes. However, these over the counter drugs are expensive and associated with several complications. Herbal medicines are gaining importance as they are cost-effective and also display improved therapeutic effects with lesser side &nbsp;effects. The present review includes the reports available on medicinal plants used for treating diabetes complications. The &nbsp;aim of the review is to categorize and summarize the available information on medicinal plants with anti-diabetic properties and suggesting outlooks for future research. Based on the literature data available, a total of 81 medicinal plants with anti-diabetic, anti-hyperglycemic, hypoglycemic, anti-lipidemic and insulin mimetic properties have been compiled in this review. Further research can be carried out to study the active constituents and mechanism of these plants.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2019-04-18T06:31:17+00:00 Copyright (c) 2019 Journal of Medical Practice and Review