September 2021, Volume 71, Issue 9

Editorial

Managing blood clotting with viral vector vaccine

Mulazim Hussain Bukhari  , Wajiha Rizwan

Vaccines are important tools for controlling the COVID-19 pandemic caused by SARS-CoV-2. Vaccination can cause occasional side effects, which are normal signs of building protection. These can influence the daily activities, but are temporary, lasting for a few days only. Usually no side effects are encountered. If the symptoms persist, affecting the daily routine, the vaccine providers should be informed for recommendations regarding further management.

Making hospitals health promotive

Shelina Bhamani  , Areeba Zainab Makhdoom

The status of national health could be gauged by the status of health care facilities / hospitals. The better the healthcare services, the better a nation's health. The environment of hospitals and the impact they have in the lives of people are important indicators of a health promotive and progressive nation.

RESEARCH ARTICLES

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