Testing pages 21 Dec 2023
Children have Higher Odds of Developing Adverse Drug Reactions
Title: Adverse Drug Reactions (ADR) Among Malaysian Paediatric Populations and Performance of Medication Safety Signal Detection Methods
Student: Beldona Hema Rekha, Master of Medical Science
Supervisor: Dr. Shairyzah Ahmad Hisham
According to this study,children aged 1 to 12 years old most frequently reported to experience adverse drug reactions (ADR). Some of these reactions can include drug induced growth disorders or skin reactions such as erythema. In children aged 2 to 11 years, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) medications have also been reported to cause weight loss, sleep problems and decreased appetite.
Antibiotic Resistance: A Threat to Global Health
Title: A Cross-sectional Study on Knowledge, Attitude, Awareness, and Practice of Antibiotic Use and Antibiotic Resistance Among Students at University of Cyberjaya
Student: Afroza Sultana, Master of Medical Science
Supervisor: Dr. Mohamad Jahidul Islam, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Shamima Abdul Rahman
Since its discovery, antibiotics have helped treat or prevent bacterial infections. Some of the most common antibiotic treated infections include acute cough, rhinosinusitis, otitis media, sore throat, and non-specific infections. It is a widely used and widely purchased medicine. Even late in the pandemic, prophylactic antibiotic were widely used to prevent hospital-acquired infections during COVID-19 treatment.
Wound Healing and Antimicrobial Activities of Yemeni Sidr Honey in Comparison with Manuka Honey
Student: Asma Mohammed Ahmed Al-Sayaghi, Master of Medical Science
Supervisor: Dr. Abdelkodose Mohammed, Prof. Dr. Mohammaed Abdullah Alshawsh
Microbial infections on human wounds are a major health problem globally. These infections are usually caused by unsanitary environments. Wound infections are a major complication of injuries, particularly burns, and this contribute to 50% to 75% of hospital mortality. In many cases of poor healing, the most common bacteria found in the wound area is known as Escherichia coli (E. coli).