Publishing a joint scientific research for two faculty members from Hilla University College in a solid international journal
Within the scientific research activity in the Department of Dentistry, m. Eng. Enas Kazem Al-Khazraji and Dr. Ahmed Abdullah Ajrash Al-Khafaji published a research in the (Biochemical and Cellular Archives) magazine within Scopas containers with an impact factor of the fourth quarter Q4.
This study included 96 adults with asthma divided according to levels of asthma control into:
Good tuning, partial tuning, and weak tuning. Similarly, patients were divided into two groups (treated and untreated groups) depending on whether they were on regular and irregular (or untreated) therapy, for each patient evaluated calculating anthropometric and spirometry tests including FEV1, PEF, FVC, and FVC. FEV1/FVC measurements have been evaluated
TNFα in the Biochemistry Laboratory of the College of Pharmacy, University of Babylon. Results:
The mean age of patients was 13.5 ± 34.3 years, the lowest ages were reported in patients with poorly controlled asthma, with a male/female ratio. 2/3 mean BMI, mean duration of asthma and total number of males: 8.6 ± 10.5 7.6 ± 29.6 and 56, respectively. Elevated levels of TNFα were observed in poorly controlled asthma (p), 0.034, with significantly lower spirometry tests for FEV1, FVC, and PEF, which is not true for . FEV1 / FVC There were significant differences in levels of
TNFα (p-0.001) Conclusion: Circulating TNFα levels are higher in poorly controlled asthmatics with a significant positive association with FEV1, FEV1/FVC, and TNF test levels among those treated with (systemic or inhaled) steroids and those who did not.