Archives of Community Medicine


  Jong In Kim
  Wonkwang University, South Korea

Archives of Community Medicine

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Cross-Sectional Study Pages 22-29

Perceived Quality of Life and Personality Traits of People Living with AIDS

Authors: Maria Tereza Andreola, PSYCHOL, MSc, Cardine Reis, PT, PhD, Nair Fritzen dos Reis, PT, MSc and Rosemeri Maurici, MD, PhD

Abstract: The increased survival rate of AIDS patients due to the advancements in the diagnosis and antiretroviral therapy, raised the interest in investigating quality of life (QOL) and the factors promoting psychological development of the patients, such as the way the individual sees its diagnosis. Therefore, this study aimed to assess association between QOL perception and personality traits of people living with AIDS.

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Original Research Pages 16-21

Antibiotic Resistance Pattern of Bacteria Causing Hospital Acquired Infections in the New Mansoura General Hospital, Egypt

Authors: Rania Hassan, Abdel-Hady El-Gilany, Amina M Abd Elaal, Noha El-Mashad and Dalia Abdelazim

Abstract: This study aims to describe the antibiotic resistance pattern among patients with hospital acquired infections in Mansoura New General Hospital (MNGH), Egypt and to identify the multidrug resistant organisms.

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Perspective Pages 13-15

Low COVID-19 Associated Mortality in Developing Countries, Could it be the High Flavonoid and Antioxidant Diet?

Authors: Mohammad Khalid

Abstract: Since the start of Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) infection, a significant scenario has emerged that is the difference in the severity of morbidity and mortality being much less in the developing countries compared to the European Union (EU), United States of America (USA) and the United Kingdom (UK). Several speculations have been made, childhood BCG vaccination acquired the most popular explanation but data does not confirm its role, very few have paid attention to different dietary habits, vegetarian and Mediterranean diet and high legumes diet in India, Arabia, Africa, while predominant meat, potato, bread and burgers diet in UK, USA and EU

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