MedLife Clinics


International, Peer Reviewed, Open Access Journal

MedLife Clinics
(ISSN: 2689-5943)

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MedLife Clinics

MedLife Clinics (ISSN: 2689-5943) is an open-access, multi-disciplinary journal dedicated to disseminating the novel findings covering all specialties in medicine.

MedLife Clinics is a mega-journal aim to publish the latest research works in both medical and clinical fields of medicine. The journal does not confine itself to one field or discipline and welcomes every aspect related to medicine. Journal publishes all types of scientific findings related to research, cases, diagnosis, diseases, treatments, clinical trials, investigations, studies, reports, thesis, etc on all disciplines of medicine. MedLife Clinics journal makes every effort to disseminate all the medical information from different fields and to become one of the best medical and clinical resource to the readers.  

Journal Features

Open Access

All the articles will be published under Open Access model.

Peer Review

Our editorial team performs strict peer-review process.

Publication Ethics

The journal follows standard guidelines to maintain transparency.

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The journal accepts all original articles, reviews and more.

Editorial Board

Marcello Ciaccio - MedLife Clinics

Marcello Ciaccio

Department of Clinical Biochemistry
University of Palermo

Lin Lin - MedLife Clinics

Lin Lin

Department of Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery
Huashan Hospital of Fudan University

Christof Kreutz - MedLife Clinics

Christof Kreutz

Department of Microbiology and Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases


Ogunro Sunday Paul - MedLife Clinics

Ogunro Sunday Paul

Department of Chemical Pathology
Bowen University Teaching Hospital

Alireza Heidari - MedLife Clinics

Alireza Heidari

Department of Chemistry
California South University
United States

Athanasia Papazafiropoulou - MedLife Clinics

Athanasia Papazafiropoulou

Department of Internal Medicine & Diabetology
Tzaneio Prefecture General Hospital of Piraeus

Pin Der Duh - MedLife Clinics

Pin Der Duh

Department of Food Science and Technology
Chia Nan University of Pharmacy & Science

Raffaele Pilla - MedLife Clinics

Raffaele Pilla

Department of Medicine and Surgery
University of Salerno

Zhou Qi - MedLife Clinics

Zhou Qi

Department of Oncology
Chongqing Fuling Mawuzhen Central Hospital

Bechan Sharma - MedLife Clinics

Bechan Sharma

Department of Biochemistry
University of Allahabad

Orestes de Jesús Cobos Quevedo - MedLife Clinics

Orestes de Jesús Cobos Quevedo

Department of Internal Medicine
Hospital Dr. Gaudencio González (La Raza)

Maria Piagkou - MedLife Clinics

Maria Piagkou

Department of Anatomy and Surgical Anatomy
University of Athens


MedLife Clin. 2021;3(1):MLC-03-1025 | Open Access

Effects of the Extracts of Cistanche Harba on the Viability, Differentiation and the Aβ-Induced Damage of PC-12 Cells

Qi Jin Feng, Takuji Yamaguchi, Masahiro Tabuchi, Ai Ling Huand Hiroyuki Kobayashi

Objectives: The Amyloid β peptide (Aβ) has been proposed to play an important role in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer&...

MedLife Clin. 2020;2(3):MLC-02-1024 | Open Access

Typhoid Encephalopathy in Children: Review Article

Abhilasha Singh Panwar R and Amar Taksande

Typhoid fever is very common. A large number of cases with typhoid fever have delayed presentation and many are treated ...

MedLife Clin. 2020;2(3):MLC-02-1023 | Open Access

Gender - based Research and Women in Clinical Trials: Improving Women’s Health Care

Sukhminder Jit Singh Bajwa and Madhuri S Kurdi

Routinely, research is done on animals and human beings. But both animals and human beings include two species- the male ...

MedLife Clin. 2020;2(3):MLC-02-1022 | Open Access

Respiratory Symptoms, Ventilatory Function and Health-Related Quality of Life of Arc-Welders in Ile-Ife, a South Western City in Nigeria

Kolawole Tolutope Fasanmi

Background: Welding is associated with inherent occupational hazards which may result in severe consequences on health of workers performing this ...

MedLife Clin. 2020;2(3):MLC-02-1021 | Open Access

Surgical Correction of Chronic Disorder Duodenal Passage in Patients with Stopped Ulcer Bleeding

Martynov Vladimir L, Kolchin DG, Kurilov VA and Trukhalev VA

In 49 patients with gastric ulcer and 12 duodenal ulcer with repaired bleeding, chronic impairment of duodenal patency was diagnosed. All underwent ...