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أ. نجلاء عامر ميلاد اليونسي

نجلاء هي احد اعضاء هيئة التدريس بقسم علم العلوم المحتبرات الطبية بكلية التقنية الطبية. تعمل السيدة نجلاء بجامعة طرابلس كـمحاضر منذ 2016-08-25 ولها العديد من المنشورات العلمية في مجال تخصصها

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Malaria in Illegal Immigrants in Southern Libya

Background: Libya has been malaria-free since 1973. The risk of malaria re-introduction to Libya is increasing because of the increase in imported malaria cases due to immigration to Libya from countries where malaria is endemic. Cases are mainly due to P. falciparum and Sub-Saharan Africa is the most common origin. This study was conducted to investigate the prevalence of malaria positive cases among illegal immigrants in the southern region of Libya. Methods: A prospective, observational, multi-center study was conducted. Three hundred and three illegal immigrants from 12 different countries were included. Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay was used to detect the presence of serum malaria antibodies. Results: A total of 303 immigrants were included in the study with mean age of 25.78±5.92 years. Of them, 195 tested positive for malaria antibodies. Two hundred and sixty nine of the participants came from Brak Al-Shati, 16 from Sebha and 18 from Bergan centers, with 175, 15 and 5 positive cases, respectively. Most of the positive cases (172) arrived in Libya within 1-10 months. The highest number of positive cases (70) came from Ghana followed by (40) from Niger and (39) from Bangladesh. Conclusions: Illegal immigration is a major malaria re-introduction route. The issue of illegal immigration have to be treated urgently to stop the huge influx of illegal immigrants and increase the surveillance activities of infectious diseases in order to keep Libyan territories as a malaria-free lands. Key words: Illegal immigration, Malaria, Libya.
Fadwa Jamaledden Mustafa Kamel Mahanay, Badereddin Bashir K. Annajar, Asma A Ali Oun(11-2021)
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Prevalence of Toxoplasmosis in non-pregnant Women in Tripoli Libya

Prevalence of Toxoplasmosis in non-pregnant Women in Tripoli Libya
Abdulbaset.M.Abusetta(6-2008)
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Libyan Pharmacy Employees' Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice toward Re-dispensing of Unused and Unwanted Medicines Returned by Patients

Pharmacies dispensing of returned medicines by another patient could be risky to other patients especially if the drug was damaged. This study aimed to assess pharmacy employees' knowledge, attitude , and practice toward re-dispensing unused and unwanted medicines returned by patients in Trip-oli, Libya. A cross-sectional survey was conducted in September 2021 targeting a total of 47 community pharmacies in Tripoli, Libya. Data were collected by face-to-face interview using self-designed questionnaire containing queries about refunding and re-dispensing unused and unwanted medicines in community pharmacies. Data were presented as descriptive statistics. Results showed that, out of 47 visited pharmacies, a total of 41 (87.1%) pharmacists were participated in the study, with one pharmacist being interviewed in each pharmacy. About 51% of participants had a pharmacy education certification, while 49% had either Medical or English language certification. Approximately 92.7% of the participants didn't know about the presence of any guideline related to returning unused and unwanted medicines, whereas 3(7.3%) participants said that they know about these guidelines. Additionally, only 1(2.5%) of participant properly explained the WHO instruction of accepting re-tuned medicines. About 80.5% of the participants accept medicines returned from patients while 19.5% did not, and approximately 80.5% re-dispense those medicines to other patients. Meanwhile, 36.6% accepted the unwanted medicines, and 61% re-dispense those medicines. In conclusion, a substantial proportion of pharmacy personnel leak to the knowledge and attitude toward return unused and unwanted medicines, s​
Ahmed Elbadri M Atia(1-2022)
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