Scholarena Journal of Infectious Diseases (SAJID) is a multidisciplinary peer reviewed, open access journal which covers wide aspects in the study of infectious diseases. Its research is focused on academic, medical and industrial applications.

SAJID aims to publish latest research articles and serve the scientific community by exploring the ideas of the scientific researchers at the same time strive to publish quality articles, it plays a key role in exposure of reviewed articles through online for free and openly available to researchers worldwide.     

RECENT ARTICLES
Converting a Catheter-Dependant Patient to Hemodialysis Reliable Outflow Graft (HeRO) is not an Heroic Approach
We report a case of end stage renal failure under renal replacement therapy secondary to a rapid evolution of Good-Pasture syndrome into an irreversible phase. As a patient was having active infection, hemodialysis was considered as the appropriate o...
New Hopes for People in Seemingly Hopeless Situations
I want to give people in seemingly hopeless situations new hopes. I want to give these hopes by telling how I and the US ski superstar Lindsey Vonn coped with very serious, seemingly hopeless situations by acting according to the motto ‘Do never ac...
The Poomsae in Taekwondo is an effective therapy for executive function in children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is the pathology of genetic and neurological etiology and results in significant impairment of social and academic activity among children. Martial arts play an important role in the development of cogn...
Fatigue Exercise Alters the Profiles of Physiological Biomarkers in Association with Four Metabolic Pathways: A Metabolomic Study
This study aimed to investigate the effect of fatigue exercise on metabolic markers in skeletal muscles through proton-nuclear magnetic resonance (1H-NMR) spectrometric analysis. METHODS: Twenty 7-week-old, male SD (Sprague Dawley) rats were randomly...
The Hierarchical Anxiety Questionnaire - 20 Years of Experience in The Diagnosis of Dental Anxiety and Dental Phobia. A Systematic Literature Search
Objectives: The present paper presents the most important studies in the last 20 years on the diagnosis of dental anxiety using the Hierarchical Anxiety Questionnaire. Material and Methods: 8929 articles that were selected for the development of t...
Assessing the Scenario of Solid Waste Management System: A Case Study in Gopalganj Municipality of Bangladesh
Improper waste management system causes pollution, and it is regarded as one of the main problems in Bangladesh. The proper waste management system is considered as the vital element for the prospect in any country. The paper is an attempt to analyze...