Official Journal of the College of Pharmacy, University of Mosul
Effects of zinc and allopurinol in ameliorating oxidative stress in lead-exposed workers

Dawser Khalil Ismaiel

Volume 5, Issue 1 , December 2005, Page 1-5

https://doi.org/10.33899/iphr.2005.50249

Abstract
  Background: Oxidative stress has been recently implicated in the pathogenesis of acute and chronic exposure to lead. Consequently, the potential role of using antioxidants of various types to provide protective effects became a major task in this respect. Objective: This study was designed to explore ...  Read More ...

The effect of carbamazepine on biochemical bone profile in epileptic patients

Deena K. Al-Samman; Faris A. Ahmed

Volume 5, Issue 1 , December 2005, Page 6-12

https://doi.org/10.33899/iphr.2005.50251

Abstract
  Objectives: To assess the biochemical bone profile in epileptic patients treated with carbamazepine monotherapy which include serum total calcium, phosphorus levels and alkaline phosphatase activity, and to investigate the relationship between these parameters with the age of the patients, daily dose ...  Read More ...

Evaluation of anti bacterial activity of punica granatum peels extracts, on growth of gram-positive bacteria isolated from clinical samples

M. Y. Bane; Hassan J. Mohammad; Hamoudi A. Hameed; Siham S. Shaokat

Volume 5, Issue 1 , December 2005, Page 13-24

https://doi.org/10.33899/iphr.2005.50253

Abstract
  Thirty samples were collected from patients (10-45) years old, suffered from tonsillitis,pharyngitis, infected wounds, acne & Bronchitis. Gram –positive bacteria were isolated from these samples, and diagnosed, of which, Staphylococcus aureus ( 50%) and Staphylococcus epidermidis (16.66%), ...  Read More ...

Biochemical risk markers for ischemic heart diseases in diabetic patients

Ihsan Hassan Al-Dabbagh; Raad Yahya Al-Hamdani

Volume 5, Issue 1 , December 2005, Page 25-32

https://doi.org/10.33899/iphr.2005.50256

Abstract
  Fasting blood samples were collected from 142 diabetics (57males, 85 females) included 10(7%) with type 1 and 132(93%) with type 2 diabetes, age ranged 10-80 with mean ± SD 51.7± 12.2 years. They were attending AL-Waffa diabetic clinic in Mosul during the period from 1st November 2003 -1st April 2004. ...  Read More ...

Effect of melatonin on oxidative stress markers in patients with alopecia areata

AL- Gaff AN; Humadi S; Wohaieb S.A

Volume 5, Issue 1 , December 2005, Page 33-39

https://doi.org/10.33899/iphr.2005.50259

Abstract
  Alopecia areata is an autoimmune, nonscarring, multifocal disorder of hair growth characterized by circular bald areas, which occur on any hair bearing site of the body. The exact cause of alopecia areata is unknown. Recent study reported a potential role of oxygen free radicals (OFR) in pathogenesis ...  Read More ...

The effect of atenolol and combination of atenolol and thiazide diuretic on the lipid profile in hypertensive patients

Jawna Khalid Mamdoh; Faris A. Ahmed

Volume 5, Issue 1 , December 2005, Page 40-45

https://doi.org/10.33899/iphr.2005.50260

Abstract
  Objectives: To assess the effect of atenolol and combination of atenolol and diuresam (hydrochlorthiazide, 25 mg and amiloride, 5 mg) on the lipid profile including serum total cholesterol, triglyceride, very low density lipoprotein-cholesterol (VLDL-C), low density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) ...  Read More ...

Lipid profile in type 2 diabetic patients in Mosul

Samir B. Al-Mukhtar

Volume 5, Issue 1 , December 2005, Page 46-52

https://doi.org/10.33899/iphr.2005.50262

Abstract
  Objectives: (a)To examine the effects of diabetes and its duration on lipid profile. (b)To determine the prevalence of dyslipidaemia on lipid profile. Design: Case-control study. Setting: The study was conducted in Al-Zahrawi private Hospital in Mosul from January to December 2004. Participants: ...  Read More ...

Ranitidine reversed the hyperaemic response in the stomach of rats exposed to immobilization stress

M.K. Shindala; S.M. A. AL-Nuimi

Volume 5, Issue 1 , December 2005, Page 53-58

https://doi.org/10.33899/iphr.2005.50264

Abstract
  The immobilization stress has been recently recognized to produce marked increase of gastric acid secretion and cause hyperaemia in the stomach . Since ranitidine reduced corpus mucosal blood flow in the stomach to basal levels, it may cause suppression of hyperaemia induced by immobilization stress. ...  Read More ...