MALE INFERTILITY CAUSES AND CONTRIBUTOR

Morphological Changes in Sperm Structure Morphological abnormality of sperm (tetratozoospermia) and insufficient sperm motility (asthenozoospermia) are some of the aspects of infertility. The major factor responsible for male infertility is either low sperm concentration (oligozoospermia) or total lack of sperm in semen (azoospermia). Symptoms of Male Infertility- male infertility is either low sperm concentration (oligozoospermia) or total lack of sperm Read More …

Kangaroo Care: The Enchantment of a Good Snuggle for Premature Babies

Introduction- Kangaroo care is the special type of care which is also known as skin-to-skin care in which the baby who is naked with only diaper is placed an upright position on to the mothers or daddy chest. And then covered with the blanket. This covering of your infant into your chest looks just like a mother kangaroo holding her Read More …

QUANTITATIVE STRUCTURE – ACTIVITY RELATIONSHIP (QSAR)

Introduction- Quantitative structure–activity relationship models (QSAR models) are regression or classification models used in the chemical and biological sciences and engineering. Like other regression models, QSAR regression models relate a set of “predictor” variables (X) to the potency of the response variable (Y), while classification QSAR models relate the predictor variables to a categorical value of the response variable. In Read More …

ECTOPIC PREGNANCY!!

Introduction- The pregnancy starts when a fertilization occurs and fertilized egg travels to the uterus to attach itself. But within the case of an extrauterine pregnancy, the embryo doesn’t attach to the uterus. Rather than, it may attach to the fallopian tube, abdominal cavity, or cervix. Ectopic pregnancy is also called extra uterine pregnancy, in which the fertilized egg grows Read More …