The Annals of Medical and Health Sciences Research




The Annals of Medical and Health Sciences Research is open access, peer-reviewed publication devoted to disseminating the most thorough and trustworthy research in the medical and health sciences.


The focus of the journal is on all areas of basic medical and health sciences, including anesthesia and pain management, emergency medicine and trauma, general and internal medicine, geriatric medicine, health, and social care, nursing and midwifery, pathology, occupational therapy, surgery, medical devices, pharmacology, sports medicine, and holistic medicine. Aside from these highly specialized medical fields, the journal also covers pediatrics, neurology, dentistry, dermatology, oncology, allergy & clinical immunology, cardiology, endocrinology & diabetes, gastroenterology & hematology, neonatology, nephrology, ophthalmology & optometry, obstetrics & gynecology, psychiatry, respiratory medicine, and rheumatology.


The Annals of Medical and Health Sciences Research is open access, peer-reviewed publication devoted to disseminating the most thorough and trustworthy research in the medical and health sciences.


Distinguished scholars from the medical and health sciences research make up the Annals of Medical and Health Sciences Research Journal's editorial board. To ensure the caliber and originality of the work, manuscripts go through a rigorous but neutral peer review process. The Journal also offers excellent Commentaries, Reviews, case studies, Letters to the Editor, Special Articles, Medical Education Articles, Medical History Articles, and Teaching Images Perspectives in addition to Research Articles.


Journal Highlights:


• Anesthesia & Pain Management

• Emergency Medicine & Trauma

• General & Internal Medicine

• Geriatric Medicine

• Health & Social Care

• Nursing & Midwifery

• Pathology

• Surgery

• Medical Devices

• Pharmacology

• Sports Medicine

• Holistic Medicine


Anesthesia & Pain Management


The Division of Pain Management in the Department of Anesthesiology offers a full spectrum of treatment options for preventing and treating both acute pain (pain experienced in the aftermath of surgery) and chronic pain (pain caused by a chronic condition that requires regular treatment).


Emergency Medicine & Trauma


Extreme instances where immediate survival is a concern are treated in emergency medicine and trauma facilities. To improve the chances of survival for the patient transferred there, highly skilled surgeons who specialize in treating catastrophic injuries operate there. A trauma center is prepared to handle the most serious conditions, such as car accident injuries, gunshot wounds, traumatic brain injuries, stab wounds, serious falls, and blunt trauma. The emergency room treats a wider range of illnesses, from non-life-threatening injuries to potential heart attacks and strokes.


General & Internal Medicine


General & Internal Medicine deals with the diagnosis of serious diseases that occur in the various organs of the body. These diseases are then treated by doctors who have specialized in that area, and almost all range from acute to chronic diseases, including fever, asthma, heart disease, liver issues, hypertension, neurological problems, and other ailments.


Geriatric Medicine


Geriatric medicine is a subspecialty of medicine that deals with the identification, management, and prevention of disease in the elderly as well as issues unique to aging. Although it's more frequently linked to internal medicine, a field of medicine that focuses on adults, it might come within general medicine.


Nursing & Midwifery


The quality of the initial assessment, care, and treatment provided by nurses and midwives, who are frequently the first and perhaps the only health professionals people meet, is crucial in primary health care. The majority of the world's health workforce is made up of nurses and midwives, who are the main healthcare professionals. They are frequently the only point of contact for patients in the majority of nations. They perform physical examinations, identify and manage medical issues, and in some cases prescribe prescriptions.




A subfield of medicine called pathology focuses on the nature, genesis, and causes of illness. For the purpose of researching and diagnosing disease, it entails the examination of tissues, organs, body fluids, and autopsies. It also entails the analysis of surgically removed organs, tissues, physiological fluids, and, in some situations, autopsies in order to research and diagnose disease.




A person may undergo surgery to investigate or cure a pathological condition, such as an illness or injury, to help improve physical function or appearance, or to mend unwelcome ruptured portions. Surgery is a medical specialty.


Medical Devices


Any instrument, equipment, implement, machine, appliance, implant, in vitro reagent, software, substance, or another related item that is intended by the manufacturer to be used, either alone or in combination, for a medical purpose is considered a medical device. They are used to repair or improve damaged body components as well as to prevent, monitor, anticipate, treat, or reduce the symptoms of medical diseases. either regulate or aid conception.




The field includes molecular and cellular mechanisms, organ/systems mechanisms, signal transduction/cellular communication, molecular diagnostics, interactions, therapy, medicinal applications, and anti-pathogenic qualities. It also includes drug composition and properties. Pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics are the two primary subfields of pharmacology.


Sports Medicine


Sports medicine helps to close the gap between science and practice by promoting physical activity and good health as well as by evaluating, understanding, and studying sports performance scientifically. Sports injury prevention and treatment, exercise for health, drug use in sports, and dietary and training advice are all regular features.


Holistic Medicine


For the purpose of achieving optimal health and wellness, holistic medicine takes into account the entire individual, including their body, mind, soul, and emotions. Similar to homeopathy, holistic medicine also makes use of conventional treatments like prescription medications.


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