World Journal of Environmental Biosciences

World Journal of Environmental Biosciences

ISSN: 2277-8047
Open Access


WJEB is a public health journal serving the public health community and scientists working on matters of public health interest and importance, involving the environment.

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World Journal of Environmental Biosciences (WJEB), brings articles in all areas related to Environmental science and applied Biology on quarterly basis. WJEB welcomes the submission of manuscripts that fit the general criteria of significance and scientific Supremacy.
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WJEB is a scientific journal which provides an opportunity to share the information among the medical scientists, biologist and researchers.
Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
Plagiarism Policy

WJEB will check plagiarism for all the articles before prior publication. If the plagiarism content is observed by editors, peer reviewers or by editorial staff members at any stage of publication process at the time of editing or proof reading will be communicate to author to rewrite the manuscript.

Recent Articles

2022 Volume 11 Issue 3
Characterization and Identification of Pantoea calida from Contaminated Soil and Its Biocontrol by Streptomyces coeruleorubidus
Majdah Aburas
The genus Pantoea is Gram-negative bacteria, distributed in contaminated soil but the increased numbers of Pantoea species were isolated from human bodies, indicating that these species are opportunistic pathogen and cause nosocomial infections. This research aimed to isolate, characterize, and biocontrol of Pantoea species, isolated and collected from soil. During searching for phosphate-degrading bacteria, isolate MO11 was obtained from soil samples and grow well on a medium containing tricalc
2022 Volume 11 Issue 4
Origin of Groundwater Salinization in the Osis of Béni Abbès (Saoura Valley, South-West Algeria)
Touhami Merzougui, Cherif Rezzoug, Mekkaoui Abderahmane
The aquifer of the alluvial terraces of the Béni Abbès palm grove is subject to a hyperarid climate. The groundwater salinity problem is caused by several human and natural factors, causing serious irrigation problems. Hydrochemical analyses over a 40-year interval show an alarming Spatio-temporal evolution of salinity: the drying up of the Saoura valley due, on the one hand, to the impact of the construction of the Djorf Torba dam, on the other hand to the strong evaporation which
2022 Volume 11 Issue 4
Depression Among First Generation Medical Students and Non-First-Generation Medical Students in the West of Saudi Arabia
Mohammad Eid Mahfouz, May Abdulaziz, Solaf Alotaibi, Ayman Alamri, Abdullah Basfar, Ahmed Alsubhi, Suhail Alfaifi, Laila Yatimi, Hussain Alsharif, Reham Abdulaziz
Depression is a major human blight. Globally, it is responsible for more disability than any other condition. Based on previous studies, medical students are at high risk for depression because of their stressful lifestyle. In the current study, we suspected a high prevalence of depression in FG medical students rather than their colleagues who are not FG. First-generation students are those whose parents did not attend college or obtained a college degree. Unfortunately, they struggle with diff
2022 Volume 11 Issue 3
Review on Pulmonary Embolism Diagnosis and Management Approach
Ahmad Elsayed, Mohammed Fahad AL Humaidan, Anhar Othman Hawsawi, Mohammed Fahad Bin Muammar, Abdulhadi Abdurahman AlZahrani, Basil Ahmed Albarrak, Yasmin Radi AlJarrash, Saeed Mohammed ALZahrani, Omar Mohammed AlZahrani, Sara Nabil AlYateem, Majed Abdullah AlAzmi
A frequent illness, pulmonary embolism can cause considerable morbidity and mortality. Certain inherited and acquired risk factors predispose vulnerable individuals, and the clinical situation can arouse suspicion. Studies involving people who had non-alcoholic fatty liver disease were sought after in the Medline, Pubmed, Embase, NCBI, and Cochrane databases. Analysis was done on incidence, etiology, and treatment options. Because PE presents differently in each patient, it is important to take
2022 Volume 11 Issue 2
Acute Coronary Syndrome Diagnosis & Management Approach in Emergency Department: Literature Review
Mohammed Abdelnaby Shehata, Abdulrahman Ajab AlDawsari, Abdulmajeed Hussam Saeedi, Meshari lbrahim AlAyshan, Maleeha Abdulwahed Saleh, Hamza Adnan Koshak, Nouf Mohsen AlQahtani, Abdullah Mahfouz AlSharif, Awatif Adnan Koushk, Hind Ali Abdourab Mohamed, Maryam Abdullah Basurrah
Acute coronary syndromes are brought on by a sudden occlusion of a coronary artery. Depending on the severity and location of the obstruction, the effects can range from unstable angina to non-ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (NSTEMI), ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI), and sudden cardiac death. Except for sudden death, each syndrome shares similar symptoms, such as nausea, diaphoresis, and discomfort in the chest with or without dyspnea. Electrocardiography and serolo
2022 Volume 11 Issue 4
Respiratory Tract Infection in the Pediatric Age Group
Rammadan Mahmoud Issa, Reham Ahmad AlSharif, Aldhoha Ibrahim Hussein Heddawi, Amani Khaled AlRefai, Faisal Yousef AlZaid, Mohammad Owaidh Abu Zahirah, Ibrahim Fahad AlFarhan, Fehaid Mohammed AlGhtani, Dina Ahmed AlJohani, Maha Hani AlEnazi, Omnia Owiad Abuzahirah, Lujain Ahmed Faraj
Respiratory infections are the most frequent reason for medical visits in children. Even though many respiratory disorders are self-limiting viral infections that get better with time and supportive care, it can be necessary to identify the pathogen that is causing the illness at an early stage in order to use effective antimicrobial therapy and infection control. In recent years, diagnostics for respiratory infections have experienced a substantial evolution due to the development of novel assa

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2022 Volume 11 Issue 4
Comparison between the Laparoscopic and Intraoperative Endoscopic Management of Choledocholithiasis: Systematic Review
Adil Mahgoub Musa Mohamed, Ahmed Nidaa Khalaf Alanazi, Mohammed Ghumays Alharthi, Rayan Saad Ahmed Almalki, Mohammed Khalil Alenezi, Ahmed Basheer Al Obaid
Stones in the common bile duct (CBD) are referred to as choledocholithiasis. Nowadays, surgeons have a variety of therapeutic choices from which to address choledocholithiasis patients. This systematic review aims to compare the laparoscopic and intraoperative endoscopic management of CBD stones PubMed, Web of Science, Science Direct, EBSCO, Scopus, and Cochrane library were searched. Study articles were screened by title and abstract using Rayyan QCRI then a full-text assessment was implemented
2022 Volume 11 Issue 4
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases, its Prevalence, Risk Factors, Causes and Management in Saudi Arabia: Systematic Review
Ahmed Saadeldin Ibrahim, Sarah Fereih Meraid AlEnezi, Amal Attallah AlHawiti, Noof Saud J AlEnezi, Hajar Salah K AlEnzi
Chronic obstructive pulmonary illnesses is among the most frequent noncommunicable illnesses, and it is currently the third biggest cause of mortality globally. Our study sought to determine the prevalence of COPD. its associated risk factors, causes, and management in Saudi Arabia.  The PubMed database and EBSCO Information Services were utilised to pick articles. In our review, we used all related papers to our issue as well as additional publications. Other papers that were unrelated to
2022 Volume 11 Issue 3
Lower Back Pain in Athletes and Non-Athletes; A Group Comparison of Risk Factors and Pain Management
Raghad Abdulrahman AlYousef, Amani Abdulrahman Abualnaja, Jood Humod AlNojaidi, Yara Nasser AlDosari, Shuruq Abdulmohsen AlKhalaf, Nadeef Jafar AlQahtani, Dalal abdullah AlDosari, Abdulrazaq Abdulmohsen AlKhalaf, Muhammed Saleh Alharbi
Back pain is a common complaint among people. This study aimed to evaluate lower back pain (LBP) in athletes and non-athletes, identify the associated risk factors, and suggest management strategies. A cross-sectional study was conducted in Saudi Arabia from September 3 to October 15, 2020. The sample size was 1,446 individuals, random sampling was performed. It included individuals between 18 and 50 years. Participants with a congenital anomaly or a history of trauma or previous surgery were ex
2022 Volume 11 Issue 2
Awareness of Obstructive Lung Diseases and its Risk Factors, A Systematic Review
Mohammed Ghannam Thallab Alharbi, Yasser Abdurrahman O AlHadhari, Nasser Fahad G AlAnazi, Rasil Naif Alanazi, Haneen Obaid Alanazi, Abdulaziz Salamah B AlAnazi, Abdulaziz Musallam S AlJohani, Abdulrahman Shuwaysh Bayyudh Alanazi, Wael Ayad O Alruwaili, Bandar Ayed Q Alanazi, Abdullah Saad A Alanazi, Abdulmajeed Khulaif M Alanazi, Mohammed Khaled T Alenezi, Abdulaziz Mashan R Alanazi, Rasha Zaki A Alruwaili
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is characterized by tissue loss and a growing restriction of airflow. Due to chronic inflammation brought on by extended exposure to noxious particles or gases, most often cigarette smoke, it is linked to structural abnormalities in the lungs. Airway constriction and a reduction in lung recoil are the results of chronic inflammation. In affluent countries, the majority of COPD cases are caused by tobacco use. Smoking duration and pack years determine
2022 Volume 11 Issue 3
Updates on the Role of Interventional Radiology in Ischemic Patients Undergoing Aortic Valve Replacement: Systematic Review
Qaed Salem AlHammami, Mohammed Saad AlThobaiti, Asma Abdullah AlDhasi, Yousef Awadh Allah AlMutairi, Lama Kamal Kabrah, Abdulsalam Mohammed AlShehri, Mohammed Salem M Alshwamen, Lamia AlSulimi
Recent recommendations state that considerable coronary artery disease (CAD) should be treated before the index procedure in patients with severe aortic stenosis who have a transcatheter aortic valve implant. However, the data supporting this suggestion is still limited. We aimed to assess the recent updates on percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) among patients undergoing transcatheter aortic valve interventions. A search was performed on the PubMed, Web of Science, Science Direct, EBSCO, S
2022 Volume 11 Issue 2
Epidemiology of Epilepsy among Pediatric Patients in Tabuk City
Sawsan Mohammed Al Blewi, Rami Nabil Abuhamad, Fadwa Azmi Ibrahim Abufara, Lama Abdulrahman Bedaiwi, Jalawi Talal A Alotaibi, Mahdi Ali M Alyami, Yousef Salem Alshammari, Alanoud Abdullah H Althobaiti, Abdulmajeed Mousa M Alzahrani
Epilepsy is a common disease with serious health consequences. Knowledge regarding the clinical pattern of epilepsy is important for its management and prevention. The study aims to investigate the epidemiology of epilepsy among the children following King Salman Armed Forced Hospital in Tabuk city and to determine the frequency of epilepsy according to age, gender, consanguinity, and comorbidities. This is a retrospective observational study conducted among children, in King Salman Armed Forces

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2022 Volume 11 Issue 4

Microplastics: Distribution, Isolation, Detection, and Effects on Flora and Fauna – A Mini Review
Rameshwari Ramasamy, Meenakshisundaram Murugan
Eco-friendly Phytosynthesis of Copper Nanoparticles Using Medicgo sativa Extract: A Biological Acticity and Acute Toxicity Evaluation
Derouiche Samir, Bouchoul Serin, Bouchoul Manal, Bya Lina, Abdemalek Djoumana
Bioplastics: A Sustainable and Environment-Friendly Alternative to Plastics
Arnab Chatterjee, Sumitava Khan
Updates in Prevalence and Management of Metabolic Syndrome among Children in Saudi Arabia: A Systematic Review
Hassan Tag Elkhatim Mohamed, Omar Ayed B Alanazi, Mohammed Khalid Mohammed Alzalbani, Abdulmajed Mohammad A Alrawaili, Iftikhar Lafi N. Alanazi, Dhari Atallah S Alshammari
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases, its Prevalence, Risk Factors, Causes and Management in Saudi Arabia: Systematic Review
Ahmed Saadeldin Ibrahim, Sarah Fereih Meraid AlEnezi, Amal Attallah AlHawiti, Noof Saud J AlEnezi, Hajar Salah K AlEnzi
Comparison between the Laparoscopic and Intraoperative Endoscopic Management of Choledocholithiasis: Systematic Review
Adil Mahgoub Musa Mohamed, Ahmed Nidaa Khalaf Alanazi, Mohammed Ghumays Alharthi, Rayan Saad Ahmed Almalki, Mohammed Khalil Alenezi, Ahmed Basheer Al Obaid
Respiratory Tract Infection in the Pediatric Age Group
Rammadan Mahmoud Issa, Reham Ahmad AlSharif, Aldhoha Ibrahim Hussein Heddawi, Amani Khaled AlRefai, Faisal Yousef AlZaid, Mohammad Owaidh Abu Zahirah, Ibrahim Fahad AlFarhan, Fehaid Mohammed AlGhtani, Dina Ahmed AlJohani, Maha Hani AlEnazi, Omnia Owiad Abuzahirah, Lujain Ahmed Faraj
Depression Among First Generation Medical Students and Non-First-Generation Medical Students in the West of Saudi Arabia
Mohammad Eid Mahfouz, May Abdulaziz, Solaf Alotaibi, Ayman Alamri, Abdullah Basfar, Ahmed Alsubhi, Suhail Alfaifi, Laila Yatimi, Hussain Alsharif, Reham Abdulaziz
Origin of Groundwater Salinization in the Osis of Béni Abbès (Saoura Valley, South-West Algeria)
Touhami Merzougui, Cherif Rezzoug, Mekkaoui Abderahmane

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2022 Volume 11 Issue 4
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