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Volume 7 ~ Issue 10,~Version 1,~October - 2017


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Research Paper

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The Challenges to Advanced Diabetic Care Practice in the UAE Community Settings

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United Arab Emirates

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Rana Mohammed Ghazal || Ola Al Ahdab

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01-06

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over the past few decades remarkable growth of pharmacy practice and the managed care system have been noticed. The concept of The Pharmaceutical Care Practice evolved to help maximize the contributions of pharmacists in improving Diabetic patients' outcomes and decrease health care costs. Despite of the fact that pharmaceutical literatures will continue to provide evidence references to identify the unique contribution that pharmacists can make to Diabetic Management and health improvement, many pharmacists are not routinely engaging in Pharmaceutical Care activities because of the variety of obstacles. Hence, pharmacists' perception about the new emerging philosophy of the Advance Diabetic Care Practice and its challenges are at vital concern........

 

Keywords: Advance Diabetic Care, challenges, community settings, growth of pharmacy practice

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Research Paper

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Moringaoleifera leaf extract inhibits diabetogenic effect of alloxanin rats

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Nigeria

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OlubunmiAdebambo Onyagbodor || Jonah Sydney Aprioku

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07-12

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This study investigated the protective and ameliorative potential of ethanol extract of Moringaoleifera leaf (50-200 mg/kg) on alloxan-induced diabetes in Wistar rats. Alloxan-induced diabetic rats were orally pretreated with extract (50, 100 or 200 mg/kg) or post-treated with extract (50, 100 or 200 mg/kg/day), glibenclamide (2.5 mg/kg/day) or metformin (200 mg/kg/day) for two weeks. Other animals received only extract, alloxan (diabetic control) or vehicle (control). Blood glucose concentrations were measured at the beginning and twice weekly. Glucose levels in extract pretreated rats were lower (p<0.05)than alloxan-induced levels, but when compared with control, were higher except that glucose level was normalized from the 11th day in 200 mg/kg extract pretreated rats............

 

Keywords: Alloxan, antioxidants, diabetes, Moringa

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[5] F. Anwar, S. Latif, M.Ashraf, and A.H. Gilani. Moringaoleifera: a food plant with multiple medicinal uses. Phytotherapy Research, 21, 2007, 17-25.

 

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Research Paper

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The Level Of Legumes Supplementation In The Basal Diet Of Rice Straw On Intake And Digestibility Of Ongole Crossbred Cows

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Timor-Leste

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Nolasco Da Costa || Cristela Da Costa

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13-19

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The purpose of this study was to know the effect of different level of supplementating legumes in basal diet of rice straw (RS) on feed intake and digestibility of Ongole crossbred (PO) cows. As of 20 Ongole filial bull s (initial weight of 308.25 ± 38.36 kg, aged I 3 – I 4) were grouped into four treatments such as: R0 = RS (ad-libitum), R1 = RS + (gliricidia + leucaena 0.25% of LW (DM basis), R2= RS + (gliricidia and leucaena 0.5% of LW), R3 = RS + (gliricidia and leucaena 1.0 % of LW). So, in each treatment consisted of five animals as replication. Parameter measured were: intake of dry matter (DM), organic matter (OM) and crude protein (CP) and the in vivo digestbility of DM, OM and CP. Data analyzed by using completely randomized design. Results showed that supplementing legumes in basal diet of RS was influence (P < 0.01) DM, OM and CP intake.........

 

Keywords: Legume, rice straw, feed intake, digestibility, cows

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