Salim Khalid Mohammed

Lecturer

College of Health Sciences

Department of Clinical Biochemistry

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  • Salim K. Mohammad has MSc degree in Clinical Biochemistry in the College of Medicine from Hawler Medical University and he is PhD student in Clinical Biochemistry of the College of Medicine from Hawler Medical University. He is a Lecturer of Clinical Biochemistry at Hawler Medical University, Erbil, Iraq. He teaches different courses including Biochemistry, Clinical Biochemistry, and General Chemistry. He has several publications. His current research work is mainly related to Molecular Biochemistry research, Nutrition and Applied Sciences.

  • Salim Khalid has more than 6 publications. His current research work is mainly related to Genetic research, Molecular, Biochemistry and Haematological Diseases

  • supervised more than ten students from both Pharmacy and Health Sciences Colleges of Hawler Medical University

  • 1.

    Short-Term Effects of Energy Drink on the Body’s Health among Young Adults in Erbil city

               SK Mohammed

                Zanco J. Med. Sci. 23 (1)

    2.

    A single developing country’s Hematology-Oncology Centre retrospective analysis of the Janus Kinase 2 V617F mutation in Philadelphia negative Myeloproliferative neoplasms

    1. Authors
      Salar A. Zrari Salim K. Mohammed
      Publication date
      2019
      Journal
      Kuwait Medical Journal
      Pages
      Forthcoming
      Publisher
      Kuwait Medical Association http://www.kmj.org.kw/articles-in-press

    3.

    Influence of non-alcoholic malt beverages on urinary excretions of calcium and uric acid

              KR Muhammad, SA Sultan, SK Mohammed

    4.

    Estimation of Serum Malondialdehyde and Uric acid levels in Smokers and non-Smokers

              SK Mohammad, SN Ahmed, TJ Mahmoud

              Ibn AL-Haitham Journal for Pure and

              Applied Science 27 (1), 260-266

    5.

    The influence of tobacco smoking on the enzyme activity of serum gamma-glutamyl transferase (GGT)

               SK Mohammad

    6.

    Evaluation of serum adenosine deaminase activity in acute lymphoid leukaemia in Erbil city

              SK Mohammad, SN Ahmed

     7. 

    Authors
    SA Zrari, SK Mohammed
    Publication date
    2016/12/1
    Journal
    Trakia Journal of Sciences
    Volume
    14
    Issue
    4
    Pages
    315
    Description
    Myocardial infarction is the irreversible necrosis of heart muscle secondary to prolonged ischemia, that occurs when a portion of the heart is deprived of oxygen due to rupture of a vulnerable plaque of a coronary artery.
    The present study was undertaken to evaluate the usefulness of serum troponin I and Creatine kinase-MB in the clinical diagnosis of patients with suspected acute myocardial infraction through the chemical eye. This prospective study was carried out during the period from 2013 to 2015 on fifty patients with myocardial infarction and the results obtained were compared with thirty normal subjects. Serum Troponin I and Creatine kinase-MB were measured by Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay. The results revealed that the levels of serum Troponin I and Creatine kinase-MB activity in patients with myocardial infarction were significantly higher (P< 0.01) compared with normal healthy subjects. In addition, according to our data, a strong correlation can be observed between Troponin I and Creatine kinase MB.
    Total citations
     
    2018
    Scholar articles
    SA Zrari, SK Mohammed - Trakia Journal of Sciences, 2016
     
    8. 
    Authors
    Kwestan R. Muhammad, Salim K. Mohammed, Kamaran Y. Mohammadamin, Victor Kuri
    Publication date
    2019
    Journal
    Zanko Journal of Medical Sciences
    Volume
    23
    Issue
    2
    Publisher
    Hawler Medical University
    Description
    Background and objective: Fluoride is used to prevent dental caries, and it has been one of the most effective and widespread agents. Fluoride level has been shown in saliva, plaque, and oral soft tissues after use of fluoridated toothpaste that persists at potentially active concentrations for hours. This study aimed to evaluate how fluoride in toothpaste intake can affect the salivary fluoride and test fluoride in tap water in the different places of Erbil city.
    Methods: Forty-five volunteers were examined. In the morning after overnight fasting before brushing teeth, the saliva of the subjects (healthy non-smoker adults) was taken before brushing teeth, which was a baseline. After 10 and 20 minutes of washing mouth with water (after brushing), saliva was taken and then the cotton pad was held under the tongue for 5 min. Saliva samples were frozen at-20 C o for later analysis. Tap water samples in different places in Erbil city were analyzed.
    Results: Toothpaste significantly (P= 0.002) increased salivary fluoride after brushing teeth. The fluoride concentration of tap water in Erbil city was very low at the places that use groundwater.
    Conclusion: This research indicates that salivary fluoride significantly increases after brushing teeth. The fluoride concentration naturally occurring levels in the tap water in the places where the source is groundwater is not enough.
    Scholar articles
    K Muhammad, SK Mohammed, KY Mohammadamin… - Zanco Journal of Medical Sciences (Zanco J Med Sci), 2019
     
    9. 
    Treatment Outcome of Philadelphia Negative Myeloproliferative Neoplasms: Experience of a Single Developing Country’s Hematology-Oncology Centre
    Authors
    Salim K. Mohammed, Salar A. Zrari
    Publication date
    2019
    Journal
    African Health Sciences
    Issue
    Forthcoming
    Publisher
    Faculty of Medicine, Makerere University
  • * Sep 2007 MSc Clinical Biochemistry, College of Medicine/ Hawler Medical   University, Erbil, Iraq.

    * Jul 1996 B. Sc. / Salahaddin University, Erbil, Iraq.

    * PhD. Student at College of Medicine of Hawler Medical University

  • Teaching

    Biochemistry and Clinical Biochemistry 

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