Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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Advanced medical research to control neurological disorder: A systematic analysis
Dr.Aniketa Sharma, Dr Balbir Singh, Dr. JAHNAVI ETHAKOTA, Satyajit Pandurang Kulkarni,Rohit Rathore,Pallavi Satyajit Kulkarni,
According to certain research, ambulance workers may be more likely to experience mental health issues due to their work, which adds to the growing body of literature exposing the possible risks associated with first-responder careers. The meta-analysis and systematic review were done to learn more about the prevalence of mental health problems among ambulance workers worldwide. A thorough search and screening procedure was used to find the studies that were taken into account in the analysis. Novel quantitative studies were to be conducted to examine the prevalence of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), major depressive disorder (MDD), anxiety, and other types of psychological distress. The decisions were made using a conventional process for assessing study quality. Random effects models, meta-regressions, and subgroup analyses for the five factors responsible for the observed heterogeneity were used to compute the pooled prevalence. Studies have shown that testing for and knowledge of neurological illnesses are useful in ensuring that autistic children receive the required medical care. Prospective studies of neurological problems in kids with autism or at risk for developing autism are required to understand better how autism develops
post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), major depressive disorder (MDD),tension-type headache (TTH),disability-adjusted life years (DALYs), medication-overuse headache (MOH)
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