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Risk factors for surgical site infection: challenges to public health

January 8, 2022 Epidemiology & Public Health | Medicine | microbiology No Comments

Surgical site infections are healthcare-related infections that succeeds post-surgical procedures in patients, associated with risk factors. Patients admitted in, healthcare facilities and medical institutions are vulnarable to these hospital associated due to lack of suitable infrastructure and hygiene protocols. The objective was to present the …..

Gumbel – pareto distribution and it’s applications in modeling COVID data

A new distribution namely Gumbel- Pareto from Gumbel -X family1 is introduced. Some properties including moments and order statistics are studied. A reliability measure for stress – strength analysis is derived. The method of maximum likelihood is proposed for estimating the distribution parameters.The flexibility of …..

Will the recent emergence of coronavirus mutations precipitate an increase in the incidence of stress disorders among health care professionals?

March 31, 2021 Epidemiology & Public Health No Comments

The pandemic caused by SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) and the recent emergence of the B.1.1.7 and other variant mutations including the recently discovered SARS-CoV-2 VUI 202012/01 in the USA have wreaked intense anxiety and apprehension among the general population and the healthcare professionals who are tasked with …..

COVID–19 in European countries…

February 10, 2021 Epidemiology & Public Health No Comments

Introduction: The pandemic generated by COVID–19 completely changed people’s daily lives, their relationship with family and friends, unexpectedly disrupted their working conditions and enhanced the need for an enduring resilience to face yet a second wave of the disease. It is crucial to keep continuously …..