قسم علم الأدوية والصيدلة السريرية

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حول قسم علم الأدوية والصيدلة السريرية

قسم علم الأدوية والصيدلة السريرية أحد الاقسام العلمية بكلية الصيدلة جامعة طرابلس ويشارك القسم مشاركة فعالة في تدريس المواد التي تؤهل الطالب للحصول على بكالويوس الصيدلة ومنها مادة وظائف الأعضاء، علم الأدوية، العلاجيات، علم السموم، المعايرات الإحيائية، والصيدلة السريرية وطب الطوارئ. كما يشرف القسم على تدريس مواد: علم الأمراض، التشريح والأنسجة. وقد كانت نشأة القسم متزامنة مع بداية تأسيس الكلية في العام 1975م وهو القسم الأول على مستوى كليات الصيدلة في ليبيا حيث أن كلية الصيدلة بجامعة طرابلس هي الكلية الأم. وتطور القسم بعدها من حيث أعداد أعضاء هيئة التدريس أو المعيدين ليصبح إحدى أكبر الاقسام بالكلية ويساهم بشكل ملحوظ في التدريس والبحث العلمي وبرامج الدراسات العليا (الماجستير). وتعاقب على رئاسة القسم منذ تأسيسه الأساتذة التالية أسماؤهم: عبد الله سالم الهويجي، عمران عاشور زويد، عمار منصور الحمروني، المبروك محمد المبروك، فاطمة مفتاح النعاس.

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د. فتحى محمد عمر الشريف

ا. د. فتحى محمد الشريف هو احد اعضاء هيئة التدريس بقسم علم الادوية والصيدلة السريرية بكلية الصيدلة. يعمل السيد فتحى محمد الشريف بجامعة طرابلس كـأستاذ منذ يونيو 1999 وله العديد من المنشورات البحثية العلمية العالمية في مجال علم الادوية وصيدلة المجتمع.

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Study of Caffeine Consumption Rate and Concentration in Different Food and Beverages Consumed by Libyan Children

Caffeine is the most commonly used psychoactive substance throughout the world. It is found in coffee, black tea, and chocolate, as it is produced naturally in the beans and leaves of the plants used to manufacture these products. This study aimed to make a survey study among children 2-11 years in some Tripoli, Libya schools to determine caffeine concentration in number of beverages and foods consumed by studied children. About 313 copies of the questionnaire were distributed to students to be filled by their parents. Caffeine was extracted from samples using dichloromethane. Purity of isolated caffeine was estimated by using TLC method.Quantitative analysis of caffeine was performed by using a UV-Visible spectrophotometer. Chocolate biscuits, chocolate cake, cocoa milk and chocolate ice cream were the highest consumed products among the studied children (81%, 79%, 67% and 63% respectively). The highest side effects of caffeine consumption was hyperactivity was the highest side effect in children (76%). Some children also suffered from severe side effects such as panic attack (14%). Naseem ice cream sample showed the highest caffeine content (28 mg/serving) among solid samples.Whereas in the beverages, energy drink samples Red pull, XIR and Shark were 268, 262 and 250 mg/serving respectively. In conclusion, there was excessive consumption of caffeine among the studied group of children and some of them showed side effects and even severe side effects. Variety of tested foods and beverages under the study contained uncontrolled concentrations of caffeine. In addition, chocolate milk (Al Rayhan), contained no caffeine. arabic 15 English 97
Sakina S. Saadawi, Khairi A. Alennabi, AMAL .A ABOALLA AMMAR, , , ٍSuhera Mehemed Abdulsalam Aburawi(9-2019)
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Study of caffeine consumption rate and concentration in different food and beverages consumed by children

Caffeine has dose-dependent effects on mood, attention, and physiology. Behavioral effects of caffeine in humans have also been well documented. This article aimed to study the effect of different caffeine concentrations on behavior and motor activity of mice. The experiments was carried out using 24 male mice (25-30gm). Plus maze was used for screening of antianxiety effect of caffeine. While swimming maze was used to test antidepressant effect. Statistical analysis were performed using computer program SPSS (version 22). At dose of 100 mg/kg, caffeine acted as anxiolytic compound. Caffeine increased motor activity at dose of 25mg/kg and decreased motor activity at dose of 200mg/kg. At dose of 100mg/kg, caffeine acted as antidepressant. In conclusion, caffeine can act as stimulant, while in over dose it acts as depressant. Caffeine showed to have anxiolytic effect in certain doses. arabic 14 English 91
Sakina Salem Mohammed Saadawi, ٍSuhera Mehemed Abdulsalam Aburawi, SUMAYA ESEDEEG ABDALLAH BAAIO(4-2018)
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Effect of Caffeine at Different Concentrations on Behavior and Motor Activity in Mice

Aims: This article aimed to study the effect of different caffeine concentrations on behaviour and motor activity of mice. Place and Duration of Study: This study took place in Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Tripoli, and was conducted between 2017 to 2018. Methodology: The experiment was carried out using 24 male mice (25-30 gm). Plus maze was used for screening antianxiety effect of caffeine. While swimming maze was used to test the antidepressant effect. Descriptive statistics was performed using SPSS (version 22), followed by one sample Kolmogorov-Simirnov test. One-Way ANOVA was applied to compare between groups and Post Hoc test (LSD). Results: At a dose of 100 mg/kg, caffeine produce significant decrease in the duration of immobility using forced swimming maze; while the lower (25 mg/kg) and the higher (200 mg/kg) doses did not produce any changes compared to the control. In plus maze, Caffeine decreases the anxiety measure at the dose used of 100 mg/kg; but did not change the anxiety measure when lower (25 mg/kg) or higher (200 mg/kg) doses used compared to the control. The spontaneous motor activity was decreased significantly after administration of the higher dose of 200 mg/kg; the lower dose (25 mg/kg) showed insignificant increase, while the dose of 100 mg/kg produce insignificant decrease in the spontaneous motor activity. Conclusion: Caffeine has dose dependent effect, in a dose 100 mg/kg it produce anxiolytic and antidepressant like action, while lower (25 mg/kg) and higher (200 mg/kg) doses did not show any changes. Caffeine also produce dose dependent decrease in the spontaneous motor activity, this indicate that caffeine produce CNS depression with higher doses. arabic 12 English 73
Sakina S. Saadawi, Khairi A. Alennabi, Sumaya Baayo, Amera Fares, Najwa Alosta, Suher M. Aburawi(3-2020)
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