Azerbaijan Medical Journal

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Azerbaijan Medical Journal

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Azerbaijan Medical Journal

Biochemical activity of Some New Pt(II) Complex Involving Quercetin, Naringinin, and Apigenin

Abstract : In the current study, a Pt(II) complex including quercetin, naringinin, and apigenin was created and structurally characterized using spectrum techniques. For their potential to fight breast cancer and microbes, the Pt(II) complexes were studied. The complex significantly affected Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, Candida alblicans, and Aspergillus niger, according to the results of the study on its antibacterial activity. Using the MTT assay, it was examined whether the Pt(II) complex wa


Abstract : The influence of globalization has caused modern era people to consume more fast food in the form of fried foods such as mendoan to save time and increase efficiency in working in the midst of increasingly rapid world development, but consumption of foods with high saturated oil content has a correlation with the incidence of metabolic syndrome so this study aims to examine the relationship between the frequency of mendoan consumption with the HbA1c profile in people of age 40-75 years. The desi

Modifying a conventional cephalometric technique to provide more realistic diagnosis

Abstract : To compare two new correction methods for SNA and SNB to a classical method, their impact on SNA and SNB measurements and their correlation to clinical examination, using lateral cephalograms taken in the natural head position guided by the K plane. The Orienter was used to orient the head in the natural head position during lateral cephalograms and clinical examination. Frankfurt Horizontal, SNA, SNB and the orientation angle were measured for 24 adults with age range of 18-24 years. According

Management of single Miller’s class I Gingival Recession using two techniques: Connective tissue graft harvested with a double-bladed scalpel and de-epithelialized free gingival graft. -A comparative randomized clinical trial-

Abstract : Connective tissue grafts are considered the golden standard for the treatment of gingival recession. Several techniques were previously mentioned in the literature about harvesting connective tissue grafts, but these techniques have many complications. Thus, this study aimed to describe a new harvesting method for to limit those consequences, as well as decreasing pain level, and reducing surgical time. The main objective of this study was to describe a new harvesting method for connective tissu

Correlation Between Selenium Protein-1 Levels and the Quality of Oocytes and Embryos in Females Undergoing In-Vitro Fertilization

Abstract : Evaluation of oocyte quality is one of the most important goals of embryologists in assisted reproductive technologies, due to its importance in successful fertilization and embryonic development. Females undergoing in vitro fertilization are exposed to massive systemic oxidative stress due to the ovarian stimulation protocols used, which negatively affects oocyte maturation and embryonic development. Glutathione peroxidase is one of the most important endogenous antioxidants purported to defend

Exploring Potential ADH Inhibitors Among Compounds from the Genus Combretum Using a Pharmacophore Method

Abstract : Alcohol poisoning is a community occurrence stemming from sources such as ethylene glycol, methanol, or long-term use of ethanol. One preferred therapy for this situation is fomepizole, an alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH) inhibitors with a relatively high price. Therefore, this study aimed to identify ADH inhibitors candidates among compounds sourced from the Combretum genus. The method used leverages the KNApSAcK database for screening and integrates Pharmit, swissADME, admetSAR, autodock4, and mole

The Effect of Hemostatic Sponge Impregnated with Bone Morphogenetic Proteins BMP in Comparison with A Xenograft in The Management of Bone Defects

Abstract : Several studies were conducted on materials that help bone defects to heal, as they were compared to find out the best material in terms of speed, quality, bone formation, absorption following the grafting, and economic cost, The aim of this research is to study the effect of a new material, Bone Morphogenetic Proteins (BMP) carried on a gelatinous foam scaffold in comparison with the Xenograft BioOss® in the management of bone defects made in rabbit thighs radial and histological. The sample i

Effects of Consuming Camel and Goat Milk on the Risks of Cancer Treatment by Cisplatin in Affected Female Mice

Abstract : Cancer is the second major reason of death worldwide. Chemotherapy treatment causes various adverse effects. Co-administration of immuno-modulatory agents with chemotherapy may result in better responses with fewer side effects. This work evaluated camel and goat milk (CM and GM) consuming pre and/ or post (neo-adjuvant and /or adjuvant) on the risks of cisplatin treatment in cancerous mice. Camel and goat milk nutritional and active composition were estimated. 20 mice kept healthy, 20 mice inje

Assessment of Vitapex® for Non-Instrumentation Endodontic Treatment in Necrotic Primary Molars: A Pilot Study

Abstract : The objective of this pilot study is to evaluate the clinical and radiographic outcomes of using iodoform-calcium hydroxide paste in non-instrumentation endodontic treatment methods for necrotic deciduous molars. Twelve patients, aged between 4-8 years old, with a total of fifteen mandibular primary molars exhibiting necrotic pulp and interradicular lesions, were included in this study. The Vitapex® pulpotomy technique was employed for treatment, without any root canal preparation. Clinical fol


Abstract : The inflammatory process in acne vulgaris (AV) can lead to scars, a common complication. Atrophic acne scars are generally affected by the disruption of elastic fibers and how much collagen is lost. Most monotherapies for acne scars give unsatisfactory results. Treatment modalities available include chemical peels, dermabrasion, laser therapy, punch techniques, needling, subcisions, and intralesional injections or combination therapy with varying effectiveness. 24-year-old male with complaints o