Editor Note - Biomedical Research (2020) Volume 31, Issue 4
Department of Oral Medicine, Lovely Professional University, Punjab, India
I am glad to present you the next issue. With this issue, the Editorship of Biomedical Research is truly grateful for the support provided by the reviewers who faithfully carried out their comprehensive reviews of the papers for this edition.
We encouraged high quality papers for review and possible publication in all areas of biology and medical sciences, science and biotechnology. Although clearly distinct and varied in nature, these papers represent the current thinking concerning important and vital research areas that warrant further thought and research work. The published papers in Biomedical Research will help experts and students to approach, assess and master the latest fact findings in the broad spectrum of Biology and medicine.
Biomedical Research is a one-stop, open access source for a large number of high quality and peer reviewed journals in all the fields of science, biomedical engineering and technology. Scientists, scholars and physicians involved in research can make the most of this growing global forum to publish papers covering their original research or extended versions of already published conference/journal papers, scholarly journals, academic articles, etc.
I would like to discuss about few of the papers here. Generally, all the papers were worthy These contributions, in their own way, impose on all of the authors to write more. The article entitled “Performance evaluation of Tibia nail using finite element analysis and mechanical testing” presents a study to determine the mechanical properties of Intramedullary Tibia nail. This manuscript is an exemplary paper with a welldefined conclusion that from biomechanical point of view, this titanium based nailing system is more preferable implant for tibia fracture osteosynthesis.
Another paper entitling “ Alteration of haematological parameters among patients with dengue infection” is an excellent contribution to the Journal. The objective was to evaluate the haematological parameters as screening markers for differentiating patients with dengue fever, and non-dengue fever. The result showed that among 376 suspected patients with dengue infection, WBCs, neutrophils, monocytes, eosinophil’s, MCV, and MCH were significantly lower in patients with DF as compared to patients with non-dengue (p value<0.05). This paper concluded that Alteration of haematological parameters can combine with other clinical and laboratory markers which will help physicians to early diagnosis of dengue fever on the first day of admission to help closely monitoring patients with dengue and prevent developing dengue haemorrhagic fever.
The present editors wish to record their gratitude to for his invaluable contribution as an Editor of the Journal and congratulate him on joining the Journal Advisory Board whose main mission is to encourage appropriate submissions.
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