Pharmaceutical Graduation Projects
Graduation project prepared by the students: Noor Mohammed Kheir Qa’adan – Marah Issa Saad – Rasha Bashar Al-Sheikh Saeed – Dana Nabil Batikh, supervised by Prof. Lina Al-Haffar
Graduation Project Prepared by: Tuqa El Samman – Noor Shkou – Maya Talib – Elham Malla Rasoul and supervised by Dr. Galal Fandi .
The purpose is to create a medicine made from antifungal plant that competes the chemical drugs in the markets, and this medicine consists Volatile Oil Saponin Flavonoid Tanin Alkaloids Terpene.
Antifungal effectiveness maybe belong to the vital effectiveness of some essential oil components; which is the synergistic action of the Alkaloids with terpenes and which the oil contains a high percentage of it, this compound has a inhibitory effect against fungus growth – and through the research we recommend and suggest to study the effect of the synergistic action of the roots of the terpenes with Alkaloids on the Aspergillus and yeasty Fungus
Graduation Project prepared by: Lina Al-Ouf – Kafa Bassam Haidar – Julie Hanna Elias – Rania Mohamed Osama El Masri, supervised by Dr.Jalal Fandi
As long as nettles, pomegranate and genisteae considered as Medicinal plants used in traditional medicine, It is necessary to try to develop new products with therapeutic applications, especially in the treatment of skin diseases such as eczema, as well as, preserving, as much as possible, its original properties in order to carry the natural mark and to be away from the chemical drugs that currently used in treating this disease. This study was used to evaluate the efficiency of each of nettles, pomegranate, genisteae and fennel flower in treating atopic dermatitis by preparing various extracts of these plants and merging them together in a form of a pharmaceutical product (cream), which could be useful in treating eczema with less side effects. The results showed that the effectiveness of the pharmaceutical product in reducing atopic dermatitis belongs to the effectiveness of the biomolecules in each of the previously mentioned plants.
Graduation Project prepared by: Rahaf Qweider Al-Qadro – Khuloud Khalid Khudair – Ibrahim Abd Al-Halim Murad – Rawan Mohammed Ayman Al-Bundaqji, supervised by Dr. Jalal Fandi
Graduation Project by: Sandra Moataz Ashour – Athara Mohammed Anas Daaboul – Ghazal Mohammed Mamoun El Zaibak – Khaled Mhi El-Din Garidah, supervised by Dr. Hanadi El Moutait
Graduation project prepared by: Mohammed Abohawia – Mahmoud Alzaaiter – Enas Aljaidoury – Marwa Arshid, supervised by Dr. Barakat Shaheen. It is a study on anemia and its types, including (Iron deficiency anemia, Pernicious anemia, Thalassemia anemia, Hemolytic anemia, Sickle cell anemia and Aplastic anemia), causes, symptoms, the treatment and prophylaxis of the disease, besides, the importance of iron in the body as a functional component of Hemoglobin.
The study showed a statistical study on the causes of anemia and the results found that the first cause of anemia is iron deficiency, followed by cases of emergency caused severe bleeding, then pernicious anemia (Vitamin B12 deficiency).
To complete the diagnosis and determine the main factor of iron deficiency anemia, hepatic and renal function tests and hemoglobin electrophoresis should be done to identify degenerative diseases. The study recommended to do periodical medical checkups, especially if there is a symptom of anemia (paleness, dizziness), as well as eat healthy food, taking into account not to eat the food containing calcium and iron together because calcium reduces the absorption of iron in the intestines, especially for children who drink too much milk. You should do checkups for iron levels in your blood during taking food supplements and medicines containing iron, because its accumulation in the body leads to severe toxicity.
Graduation project prepared by: Alaa Mohammed Fayez Mahfouz – Manahel Riad Qanbar – Marwa Ali El Noufel – Mireh Nabil Abu, supervised by Dr. Bashar Al-Azzam.
The project spoke of the definition of pneumonia, an inflammatory disease in the lung where pulmonary alveolus are filled with pus and fluid rather than air, preventing oxygen from reaching the bloodstream. There are two types of pneumonia: community acquired Pneumonia, and hospital acquired Pneumonia.
Community-acquired pneumonia is one of the most common infectious diseases and is one of the most common cause of death in the world, its causes are bacterial, viral, fungal.
Bacterial pneumonia is caused by many bacteria as: Streptococcus Pneumoniae, Legionella Pneumophila, Chlamidya Pneumoniae, Mycobacterium Tuberculosis.
Viral pneumonia is caused by viruses: Adenoviruses, Human Respiratory Syncytial Virus, Hantavirus, Varicella, Parainfluenza Viruses, Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome.
Fungal pneumonia was caused by opportunistic fungi: Histoplasma Capsulatum, Cryptococcus Neoformans, Aspergillus,Coccidioides Immitis.
– Chest pain or coughing.
– Fever, sweating and headache
– Nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.
It can be diagnosed by symptoms, clinical examination and x-rays, sometimes the patient with pneumonia may have to go to the hospital. Treatments include antibiotics, antipyretics and cold medicines, some types of pneumonia can be prevented by vaccination and smoking cessation.
A graduation project for the academic year 2018 / 2019, by Emilia Zuhair Breik Heneidi, Rahaf Ahmed Hussein, Huda Musa Dakhlallah and Dania Mohammed Ziad Hammami, supervised by Dr. Shaden Haddad
A graduation project for the academic year 2018 / 2019, by Baraa Mallah, Rasha Salameh, Diana Awad and Mohammed Hamed, supervised by prof. Dr. Lina Al – Haffar.