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The Therapeutic Use of Cannabis Sativa

Author(s):FhD. Shkëlqim Hidri
Journal: International Journal of Literature, Linguistics & Interdisciplinary Studies
Publisher:IISTE & IPIS
Abstract
| Pages: 110-113
Cannabis sativa - a very curved name, often as a synonym for evil. Known and used since Antiquity, in almost all arts of the world, for medical purposes, but also industrial food today is questioned. Is it good or bad? Hard to say exactly! Called often as "killer plant", "plant cursed" in some cases has resulted in the "best" finding use in symptoms or pathology where known therapy has not been very effective. Purpose: According to published studies by many researchers, and some of the research on persons who have used hashish, some for pleasure and others for treating an illness (cancer and AIDS), may shed light on this very sensitive topic. Often combined with legal problems is not easy to give a final judgment. Method of study: The study is descriptive character. Conclusions: The data presented below suggest that there is enough space in which cannabinoids can be used effectively, but it has always and only for therapeutic purposes and without avoiding legal framework.

The Nurse and his/her Role in Modern Surgery Basic Management Integrated Multidisciplinary Care

Author(s):MSc. Elona GAXHJA (Saja)
Journal: International Journal of Literature, Linguistics & Interdisciplinary Studies
Publisher:IISTE & IPIS
Abstract
| Pages: 114-117

The Socio-Demographic Data on Disabled People in the City of Cerrik

Author(s):FhD. Arben RUCI
Journal: International Journal of Literature, Linguistics & Interdisciplinary Studies
Publisher:IISTE & IPIS
Abstract
| Pages: 118-123
Priorities of the public health today in the whole world are the prevention of people’s disability, and especially the causes that lead to its terminal phase. The morbidity of the disease, the increase of the death rate by cardiovascular diseases at 53%, the increase of disease by tumors, the rapid increase of death cases due to road accidents in our country, the low access to health services make the public health services even more tangible. On the other hand the low quality of the health service, the lack of or the incomplete coverage due to high costs for the disabled persons, make the treatment of these patients an even more difficult task. The Albanian society spends large amounts of money on such categories of patients, who are considered parasite people, as their contribution to the society is scarce.

Gastric Cancer Associated with Helicobacter Pylori

Author(s):MSc. Florenc Piligriu
Journal: International Journal of Literature, Linguistics & Interdisciplinary Studies
Publisher:IISTE & IPIS
Abstract
| Pages: 124-132
In spite of a decline in incidence and mortality of gastric cancer over the last decades, it is still the fourth most common cancer and the second most common cause of cancer death in the world. The differences in prevalence of gastric cancer have been explained as a multifactorial process with an interaction involving both infection with Helicobacter pylori as a triggering factor and host genetic susceptibility as an important explanation for interindividual variation in gastric cancer risk. At present, there is no definitive host genetic risk marker, and evidence suggests that each proposed host risk factor should be evaluated in specific ethnic populations to define its importance. In this review, we discuss the most relevant up to date data on genetic polymorphisms that have been associated with an increased risk for the development of gastric cancer, its potential role in the development of this neoplasia, and its interplay with the virulence factors of the bacteria.

Correlation through Fruit Consumption with Low GI Diet in the Control of Glycemia and the Risk for CHD

Author(s):FhD. Rajmonda Tare (Xhuvani)
Journal: International Journal of Literature, Linguistics & Interdisciplinary Studies
Publisher:IISTE & IPIS
Abstract
| Pages: 133-136

Phrase-Terms in the Terminology of Economics

Author(s):Dr. Sadete Pllana, Zelfije Abdyli, ecc. dipl
Journal: International Journal of Literature, Linguistics & Interdisciplinary Studies
Publisher:IISTE & IPIS
Abstract
| Pages: 137-141
The rapid development of science and technology and the economy make it necessary to create multiple linguistic units which serve for their nomination. For this reason new linguistically enhanced units are formed, unsimplified, stable compound words, which, like words serve to mark objects, phenomena and countless new concepts. The wide expansion of stable compound words in the language, as a specific nominating lexico syntactic unit, especially in the economy, is creating a specific layer in the circuit of terminological vocabulary, which is characterized by certain specific features and attributes.

Business Education as Solution to some of the Contemporary Challenges in Nigeria

Author(s):Moses Solagbade Adeleke
Journal: International Journal of Literature, Linguistics & Interdisciplinary Studies
Publisher:IISTE & IPIS
Abstract
| Pages: 142-148
The plague in the economy has its roots from the national leadership problem and corruption cankerworm that has eaten deep into the fibre of the nation’s economy since independence. Business Education as a programme if well structured and packaged than what we have now at the Colleges of Education level can contribute positively towards solving leadership problem and corruption at individual level which will dove tail into all the collective efforts in combating the devil – leadership and corruption that impoverish citizens through unemployment. To empower Business education to be much more relevant in this direction, it becomes imperatively necessary to take entrepreneurship programme beyond the classroom business and include business ethical issues into most of the courses being offered in order to give future business educators and practitioners’ needed skills, knowledge, attitude and conscience.

Performance of Pepper to Different Levels of Nitrogen Fertilizer

Author(s):Abdulraheem, Mukhtar Iderawumi
Journal: International Journal of Literature, Linguistics & Interdisciplinary Studies
Publisher:IISTE & IPIS
Abstract
| Pages: 149-155
A field experiment was carried out to evaluate the response of pepper to different levels of Nitrogen using urea. Three rate [30, 60, 90kgN/ha] of fertilizer were applied to different plot in a completely randomized design experiment with three replicate. Growth and yield parameters were measured. The result revealed that optimal growth of the plants and production of fruit was obtained at 60kgN/ha with values of 56.79cm and 37.50g/plant.

The Lime Method, the Optimal Method for the Treatment of Arsenical Solutions in the Chemical Fertilizers Plant – Fier

Author(s):Valbona Hoxha
Journal: International Journal of Literature, Linguistics & Interdisciplinary Studies
Publisher:IISTE & IPIS
Abstract
| Pages: 156-162
In the Plant of Nitrogen Fertilizers in Fier there were about 900 m3 arsenical solutions inherited from 25-30 years ago as a result of the change of use of the raw material, country’s diesel with methane gas. The country’s diesel has a high content of sulfur and for the production of hydrogen, is needed it’s purifying from the sulfhidric gas. In order to realize this was applied the Jamaico-Ventrocoke process that used arsenate solution and sodium arsenate. Also for further purifying of hydrogen from the carbonic gas was used solution of potassium arsenate. According to the state of depositing resulted deposited large amounts of arsenic with an calculated average content of As totally about 25gr/liter as As2O3. The arsenic was mainly in the pattern of As +5. This constituted a very concerning problem from the standpoint of environmental and the safety of human life and required a fast and safe solution. In this context was required finding and studying the ways for the treatment of arsenical solutions in order the risk to be minimized. To treat arsenical solutions were used physical and chemical methods and special methods. Chemical methods that are used for the determination of total arsenic As +5, As +3, based on the colorimetric determination with dietilditiokarbamat argjendi. These methods are: a. methods with pyrites, b. methods with lime, and c. methods with iron salts. During the work were treated initial arsenical solutions, mother waters and the washing waters of feculence. There were made some poll proofs to determine the optimal parameters of arsenic feculence. In the study have been seen and evaluated some variants, was determined the influence of different factors of treatment and optimal conditions. Based on the obtained results is built a more appropriate variant. According to this variant are made enlarged technological proofs from which are obtained the necessary data and respective balances. From the works of the poll made with the arsenical solutions of Nitrogen Fertilizers Plants in Fier was evidenced the possibility of the lime treatment for the segregation of arsenic. This chemical method is the most optimal and the most economical method for the arsenical feculence. This method gave a high degree of the perception of arsenic to the extent 99%. The content of arsenic in mother waters after the perception fluctuated in 50 - 200mg/liter from about 25gr/liter that is in the initial solution.
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