قسم طب الأسرة والمجتمع

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لقد تأسس قسم طب المجتمع  بكلية الطب البشري, جامعة طرابلس سنة  1977.

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د.رحاب سعيد الجربي هي أحد أعضاء هيئة التدريس بقسم طب الأسرة والمجتمع بكلية الطب البشري منذ 2014. تعمل الدكتورة رحاب الجربي بجامعة طرابلس بدرجة محاضر حاليا ولها العديد من المنشورات العلمية في مجال تخصصها

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Impact of Placenta Previa on Maternal and Neonatal Outcome

Background and aims. Placenta previa is one of the major disorders occurs during pregnancy, when placental tissue is abnormally placed in lower uterine segment over or near the internal cervical os. The greatest risk of placenta previa is bleeding. Bleeding often occurs in the lower part of the uterus as it begins to stretch and lengthen in preparation of delivery. The aim of this study was to determine the maternal and neonatal outcome of different types of placenta previa and associated risk factors. Methods. This was a retrospective study conducted at Aljala maternity hospital of Tripoli, Libya. Hospital chart records of one year (1st January to 31st December 2019). Chart records included all women who had undergone cesarean section for placenta previa. Results. During the study period, there were 92 cases of cesarean sections done for placenta previa, which was (0.95 %) of total deliveries, (43.47%) had type III PP, (26.08%) had type IV PP, (16.30%) had type II PP, (14.12%) had type I PP, (43.47%) delivered by emergency c/s, and (56.60%) delivered by elective c/s. Majority of women were in age group (30-35) years (41.30%). About (57.60%) of the patient were multipara (1-3 deliveries), (88.04%) patients had history of cesarean section, and (31.52%) patients had history of evacuation and curettage procedure (E&C). Approximately (38.04%) of babies were preterm, (25%) were low birth weight babies, (3.26%) neonatal death, (23.19%) of babies had NICU admission, (75%) of patients had blood transfusion, (21.73%) of patients had hysterectomy, and (34.78%) of patients had ICU admission. Conclusion. Placenta previa danger to both the mother and the baby with high maternal morbidity and adverse perinatal outcome. Advanced maternal age, multiparity, and previous histories of cesarean section and E&C were significantly associated risk factors of placenta previa.
Zeinab Saleh, ٌٌRehab Jerbi(8-2022)
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Compliance of Nurses with Hand Hygiene Guidelines in Tripoli University Hospital, 2019

Background Health care-associated infections (HAIs) result in high morbidity, decreased personal satisfaction, and mortality. Implementing infection prevention and control strategies such as hand hygiene (HH) promotion is critical to reduce the risk of the HAI and protect patients. Aims This study aimed to determine the compliance rate of HH among nurses in Tripoli University Hospital (TUH, previously known as Tripoli Medical Center). Method A cross-sectional study was conducted in different departments at TUH, starting from May 1st to October 31st, 2019. An observational checklist based on the “five moments for hand hygiene” of World Health Organization (WHO) was used. There were 271 nurses who interacted with 1,213 patients, a total of 3,452 HH episodes, and 6,065 cases of HH that were collected in this study, and data were statistically analyzed. Results The overall HH compliance rate was 56.9%. Most of the nurses (86%) preferred to use HH after contact with individual patients and 71.6% after contact with patients' environment. There was, however, low percentage of HH prior to patient contact (35.1%). The compliance rate was higher among nurses of the age group of less than 20 years (60.8%), non-Libyan (60.7%), and those who received formal training (60.5%). Conclusion In general, the HH compliance rate was low among nurses working in TUH. Education is an important factor that impacts the practice of HH pre- and postpatient contact. Wider studies that include assessment of pre- and posteducation courses should be conducted in the future.
Rehab Jerbi, Miluda R. Elhamadi(9-2022)
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Clinical Characteristics of Covid-19 in Libya: Case Series

Background and objectives: In the face of emerging and rapidly spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) in Libya, it is important to fully understand the spectrum of initial symptoms of the infected patients in order to identify new cases as early as possible. The current study describes the initial observation of clinical characteristics of COVID-19 among Libyan patients. Early detection and identification of suspected cases should lead to systematic screening for the disease and could be helpful to ensure immediate isolation until a definite diagnosis is made. Methods: This case series study evaluated 325 confirmed COVID-19 infected patients who made a contact with Covid- 19 Emergency Response Centre (CERC) in the period from October 20, 2020, to November 30, 2020. All cases were diagnosed by reverse-transcriptase polymerase- chain-reaction test (RT-PCR). Data were extracted from Zendesk Software in CERC and SPSS was used for data analysis. Results: In our study, the mean (SD) age of infected patients was 57.6 (19.1%) years, with 59% were ≥ 50 years and 194 (60%) were male. Our study found that 215 (66%) of our patients had shortness of breath. Shortness of breath was identified as the commonest clinical feature among the infected patients in this study. However, we found that 179 (55%) of patients had fever, which was similar to many studies conducted previously on the COVID-19 patients. In our study, about 165 (51%) of patients had cough and 78 (24%) of our patients had anosmia and ageusia. Conclusion: This case series demonstrated that the characteristics of Libyan COVID-19 patients were generally similar to what was published in other literatures, although we reported more respiratory symptoms at presentation such as shortness of breath (66%) and generalized fatigability (61%) as the commonest features in the study.
Ehmeid Muammer Mohamed Khalifa(3-2021)
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