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January-March 2020 |
Vol 12 | Issue 1

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Review Article
Preparation of medicinal plants: Basic extraction and fractionation procedures for experimental purposes
Preparation of medicinal plants for experimental purposes is an initial step and key in achieving quality research outcome. It involves extraction and determination of quality and quantity of bioactiv...
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Review Article
Inclining trend of the researchers interest in antimicrobial stewardship: A systematic review
Introduction: The implementation of antibiotic stewardship programs (ASPs) can improve the treatment of infections and can decrease the adverse events that result from antibiotics use. In the l...
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Original Article
Adherence of geriatric patients and their beliefs toward their medicines in the United Arab Emirates
Introduction: Drug adherence is a major factor in determining health outcomes of geriatric patients and is a growing concern for health-care systems as the geriatric population shows a steep ri...
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Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder: Knowledge and perception of dental care providers at Ajman
Aim: This study aimed to improve our understanding regarding attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) awareness among dental care providers of Ajman University (AU), and also to identify...
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Original Article
Water pipe smoking affects young females and males differently with some effects on immune system cells, but none for C-reactive protein, thyroid hormones, and vitamin D
Introduction: Water pipe smoking (WPS) is a major health threat leading to higher mortality, morbidity, and incidence of many diseases, such as inflammatory, respiratory and cardiovascular dise...
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