ZJHMS (Al-Zahraa Journal for Health and Medical Sciences) is a prestigious international, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing original research articles and comprehensive reviews that highlight the latest advancements in the field of life sciences, preclinical and clinical medicine, and related disciplines. Our primary objective is to provide a platform for researchers and scholars to share their work and contribute to the overall progress of health and medical sciences.....

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Visual Disturbances In Cerebral Venous Sinus Thrombosis Patients

Arwa Abdulnasser Nattouf; Mayssa Ragheb Ali

Volume 1, Issue 4 , December 2023

Abstract
  A prospective cohort study in cerebral venous sinus thrombosis patients hospitalized in Neurology department, Tishreen University Hospital -Syria from January 2021 to January 2023, aims to evaluate the ophthalmic symptoms in CVST patient . 72 patients were identified,49 females (68.1%) mean age 39.9±11.2 ...  Read More

Association Between some B12concentration and Obesity among Adult in Iraq

zahraa qais jasim qais Al-mankooshi; Maryam Kadhim Kadhim AL-shemery; Fatema Mohammed Ali Mohammed AL-kafhage

Volume 1, Issue 4 , December 2023

Abstract
  We offer certain clinical applications for B12, particularly in the detection of obese. The purpose of this study was to accurately anticipate or diagnose vitamin B12 pathology in obese adults. A total of 25 cases—25 overweight or obese patients, and 25 controls—were evaluated in this study. ...  Read More

A SWOT Analysis of the Physiotherapy Profession in Iraq

KAMAL JUNDI AL-AAYEDI; Hussein Saraefi; Mortadha Altalkani; Ammar Al-azzawi

Volume 1, Issue 4 , December 2023

Abstract
  Background and Purpose: Iraqi prosperity has not lasted for very long due to the several wars the country has suffered, as well as the ongoing, massive, and intentional destruction of infrastructure. Decades of sanctions and violence have drastically eroded the formerly proud and well-functioning health ...  Read More

Relation of Uremic Pericardial Effusion to the Blood Osmolality and Electrolytes in patients with End Stage Renal Disease on maintenance hemodialysis

Hussein Aziz Naser

Volume 1, Issue 4 , December 2023

Abstract
  Uremic pericardial effusion is one of important complications of renal failure but its causes and pathogenesis remain obscure To find the association of variable electrolytes, albumin level and blood osmolality to degree of pericardial effusion we did a cross sectional study conducted in Al Sadr Medical ...  Read More

Physiotherapy For The Frozen Shoulder: A Comparative Trial of Ultrasonic and Short-Wave Diathermy Therapies.

Morjan Hassan Alsobh

Volume 1, Issue 4 , December 2023

Abstract
        This study intended to evaluate the role of ultrasound therapy versus short-wave diathermy (SWD) in the treatment of women patient with frozen shoulders. A pilot double-blind randomized clinical trial was carried out on 30 patients suffering from frozen shoulders. The intervention ...  Read More

Epstein - Barr Virus: Correlation of The Presence of Associated Genes and Antibodies with Rheumatoid Arthritis.

Huda Salman Marzoq; Saif Jabbar Yaser

Volume 0, Issue 1 , September 2022, , Pages 22-30

Abstract
  The study's goal is to find a link between the existence of Epstein-Barr virus nuclear antigens (EBVNA) and rheumatoid arthritis in patients. The present study was conducted on a study population with a sample size of 148 participants, comprising of two groups: the first (74) rheumatoid arthritis patients ...  Read More

Co-Crystallization as A Powerful Solubilisation Approach for Biopharmaceutical Classification System Class II Drugs

asmaa abdelaziz Abdelaziz Mohamed; Noor Z Kbah

Volume 1, Issue 3 , September 2023, , Pages 11-28

Abstract
  In accordance with the Biopharmaceutical Classification System (BCS), drugs that fall into Class II are distinguished by having a lower solubility and a higher permeability. Therefore, co-crystallization has been developed for the purpose of dissolving medications that are notoriously difficult to dissolve. ...  Read More

Survey of Female Breast Cancer in Waist Province - Iraq for the Period From (2010-2019)

Sahbaa Hafedh Sagban; Noor Flayyih Hasan; Nadia N. Hussein AL Masaoodi; Hayder Talib Mahdi

Volume 0, Issue 1 , September 2022, , Pages 1-7

Abstract
  Breast Cancer is Iraq's most that prevalent form of malignancy. The Iraqi Cancer Archive demonstrates an apparent tendency for the disease to affect advanced-stage women younger. the Objective of study, In Waist Province/ Iraq, to I provide an that overviews of the occurrence of female I breast cancer. ...  Read More

Detection of Rotavirus Infection in Iraq's Children and its Correlation with Rotarix Vaccine.

Faten Kadhem Khalaf Aldawmy

Volume 0, Issue 1 , September 2022, , Pages 8-21

Abstract
  This study was aimed to determine the prevalence of Rotaviruses in Karbala and Basrah provinces in Iraq, the genetic recombination of Rotavirus strains in human with another hosts  and release a novel strains may lead limited activity of Rotarix vaccine. Rotaviruses were detected by Immunochromatography ...  Read More

CD20 and CD10 of Chronic B-Cell Neoplasms in Correlation with Morphological Diagnosis

Duha Maithem Hassan

Volume 0, Issue 1 , September 2022, , Pages 31-40

Abstract
  Chronic B-cell neoplasms include a number of disease entities arising from mature B lymphocytes which involve primarily the blood, bone marrow (BM) and lymphoid organs such as the lymph nodes and spleen. Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) is characterized by absolute lymphocytosis in the peripheral blood ...  Read More

Pharmaceutical Emulsions: Exploring the Potential of Natural Surfactants from Plant Sources

Janan Nima Hadi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 22 February 2024

Abstract
  ABSTRACT This study highlights the use of plant-derived natural surfactants in formulating pharmaceutical emulsions, addressing concerns with traditional synthetic surfactants. Emulsions are vital for enhancing drug bioavailability, but their formulation often involves environmentally concerning agents. ...  Read More

Conservative Treatment Options For Patients Of Chronic Sciatica

Mayssa Ragheb Ali; Arwa Abdulnasser Nattouf

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 22 February 2024

Abstract
  This Randomized control trail research designs a proposed rehabilitation program using conservative treatment: McKenzie exercises and electrical stimulation TENS and diclofenac to relieve chronic sciatica pain. Sciatica is a common cause of pain and disability, has a less favorable outcome. However, ...  Read More

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