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Title: ROLE OF ASPIRIN IN PRIMARY PREVENTION OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE (CVD)

Authors: ADEYANJU PRISCILLA KEHINDE

Topic: Nursing

Abstract:

¨The Practice of Medicine over the years from as early as humanity has evolved over time.
¨Humans gradually recognised that the use of certain substances present in the environment had specific actions on the human body which could either be beneficial or detrimental
¨The discovery of these substances were inadvertently subjected to some degree of statistical analysis even though the methods would have been anything but crude.
¨If one person ate a plant and got sick and it occurred a second time, it was automatically denoted as a poisonous plant; it didn’t matter whether it was the root, leaves, fruit or stem that was eaten.
¨If a sick person took a portion and got well, the same portion would be used for any other person who exhibited the same symptoms irrespective of the specific condition the person had.
¨Over the years, the standard for determining benefit vs risk has evolved greatly over time due to the use of technology, use of animals for testing and use of randomised clinical trials
¨Furthermore, as studies after studies present new information, the need for meta-analysis of the data supplied by these studies have greatly enhanced our knowledge of risk-benefit ratio of any particular intervention.

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    COMMENT - 1

  • Ms SURRIYA SHAHNAZ (Viewer) 17th Nov 2015 - 11:44 AM
    The topic on the ROLE OF ASPIRIN IN PRIMARY PREVENTION OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE (CVD) does not match to the abstract as it talks about medicine but not particularly on aspirin or role of aspirin and not clear to the reader.surriya shahnaz,Ph.D student,Pakistan.

  • COMMENT - 2

  • Terna Mesuur Fiase (Viewer) 17th Nov 2015 - 3:39 PM
    The paper has not been able to show the efficacy of asprin in the primary prevention of cardio vascular disease

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  • Chukwu Emmanuel Okechukwu (Viewer) 17th Nov 2015 - 5:03 PM
    This work having gone through your it seems no research was actually carried out on this topic by you the researcher because looking at your topic one could expect that this work is an experimental research. However, in the work, there is nothing like methodology, not to tall more of either experimental group and the control group. In the work are so many direct copy and paste of journal publications. Please I will suggest you take your time to carry out this research work.Thanks

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  • UDOGWU FELIX (Viewer) 18th Nov 2015 - 8:04 PM
    The abstract is more or less talking about traditional medicine and not scientifically tested and approved medicine.the issues of root, leaves, fruit or stem that was eaten has to do with local brand of medication which is only accepted in certain area.
    Aspirin is an approved and generally accepted and has its effect base on consumption,time,dosage and root .

  • COMMENT - 5

  • UDOGWU FELIX (Viewer) 18th Nov 2015 - 8:14 PM
    The abstract is more or less talking about traditional medicine and not scientifically tested and approved medicine.the issues of root, leaves, fruit or stem that was eaten has to do with local brand of medication which is only accepted in certain area.
    Aspirin is an approved and generally accepted and has its effect base on consumption,time,dosage and root .

  • COMMENT - 6

  • UDOGWU FELIX (Viewer) 18th Nov 2015 - 8:33 PM
    The abstract is more or less talking about traditional medicine and not scientifically tested and approved medicine.the issues of root, leaves, fruit or stem that was eaten has to do with local brand of medication which is only accepted in certain area.
    Aspirin is an approved and generally accepted and has its effect base on consumption,time,dosage and root .

  • COMMENT - 7

  • Okam Nwakaego (Viewer) 19th Nov 2015 - 2:44 AM
    Okam, N
    The basics in research abstract are missing, so one could not really figure out whether this is a research work or not.
    The abstract could not reveal the purpose of the study, type of study, population for the study, methodology, validity and reliability test of the instruments, analysis and findings of the study .