كلية الطب البشري

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لقد تم تأسيس كلية الطب البشري في سنة 1973م، بمدينة طرابلس لتقوم بدورها المنوط بها والمتمثل في تخريج الكوادر الطبية المؤهلة، وفي سنة 1980م تم تخريج أول دفعة منها.

تعد كلية الطب البشري من أكبر كليات الجامعة وصرحاً من صروح المعرفة، بحيث أسهمت هذه الكلية خلال العقود الأربعة الماضية في إعداد وتخريج أطباء مؤهلين كان لهم الفضل بعد الله تعالى في إنجاح العمل الطبي من خلال المستشفيات المنتشرة في ربوع الوطن الحبيب لتقديم أفضل الخدمات الصحية، تضم كلية الطب البشري حالياً أكثر من 493 عضو هيئة تدريس جُلهم من العناصر الوطنية الذين كانوا من أوائل الدفعات في هذه الكلية والذين ساهموا في تقديم الخدمات الصحية اللازمة في المستشفيات والعيادات والمستوصفات.

قد تم إيفاد العديد من خريجي هذه الكلية لاستكمال دراستهم في الخارج والذين أثبتوا جدارتهم في التحصيل العلمي والسريري بشهادة العديد من الجامعات العالمية، هذا وفي الوقت الذي تسعي فيه الكلية لتفعيل برنامج الدراسات العليا في مختلف التخصصات فإنها تعمل علي تطوير مفردات مناهجها وطرق التدريس المواكبة لمتطلبات الجودة العالمية.

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نفتخر بما نقدمه للمجتمع والعالم

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المنشورات العلمية

237

هيئة التدريس

7385

الطلبة

0

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البرامج الدراسية

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تخصص طب الأسرة والمجتمع

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تخصص طب الأطفالPD480

A twelve week rotation. Five weeks at Tripoli children hospital, rotating in the inpatient and outpatient departments.One week at the pediatric department –Tajoura hospital. Five weeks at Tripoli medical center, one week at university.Emphasis is on acquiring skills, and medical knowledge to be able...

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يوجد بـكلية الطب البشري أكثر من 237 عضو هيئة تدريس

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أ. رويده محمد الفيتوري الخشيبي

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Lipid Biochemistry: For Medical Sciences

Lipid biochemistry can seem overwhelming, which is why it needs to be explained in a simple and straightforward manner. Ashour Saleh Eljamil, a renowned professor of biochemistry, has written this textbook for undergraduate students in the medical sciences, but its a resource that anyone can use to bolster their knowledge about this important subject. To fully understand biochemistry, you need to know how biomolecules are structured, which is why the first chapter emphasizes the individual chemical structure of various lipid classes. Youll also learn how dietary lipids are digested and absorbed as well as how their metabolism works in separate chapters focusing on fatty acids synthesis, fatty acid oxidation, acylglycerols and sphingolipids, glycolipids, cholesterol, plasma lipoproteins, steroid hormones, and fat-soluble vitamins. While scientists have studied lipid biochemistry for three centuries, its only in the past few decades that weve begun to understand why its so important. Gain a clearer understanding of the world with insights about bile acids, sterols, carotenoids, sex hormones, vitamin K and much, much more when you dive into the world of Lipid Biochemistry. arabic 5 English 35
Ashour Eljamil(3-2015)
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Clinical profile and factors associated with mortality in hospitalized patients with HIV/AIDS: a retrospective analysis from Tripoli Medical Centre, Libya, 2013

In Libya, little is known about HIV-related hospitalizations and in-hospital mortality. This was a retrospective analysis of HIV-related hospitalizations at Tripoli Medical Centre in 2013. Of 227 cases analysed, 82.4% were males who were significantly older (40.0 versus 36.5 years), reported injection drug use (58.3% versus 0%) and were hepatitis C virus co-infected (65.8% versus 0%) compared with females. Severe immunosuppression was prevalent (median CD4 count = 42 cell/μL). Candidiasis was the most common diagnosis (26.0%); Pneumocystis pneumonia was the most common respiratory disease (8.8%), while cerebral toxoplasmosis was diagnosed in 8.4% of patients. Current HAART use was independently associated with low risk of in-hospital mortality (OR 0.33), while central nervous system symptoms (OR 4.12), sepsis (OR 6.98) and low total lymphocyte counts (OR 3.60) were associated with increased risk. In this study, late presentation with severe immunosuppression was common, and was associated with significant in-hospital mortality. 24
Nader S Shalaka(10-2015)
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Evaluation of risk factors in acute myocardial infarction patients admitted to the coronary care unit, Tripoli Medical Centre, Libya

The aim of this study was to provide an overview of the risk factors for acute myocardial infarction in patients attending Tripoli Medical Centre, Libya. Records were reviewed for 622 patients with a mean age of 58.3 (SD 12.9) years. Diabetes mellitus (48.2%), hypertension (35.7%) and smoking (50.6%) were among the risk factors reported. There were 110 patients (17.7%) who died during hospitalization, mainly suffering cardiogenic shock (48.0%). The rate of use of thrombolytic therapy was low in patients who were female (40.4% versus 58.4% for males), older age (31.6% for those > 85 years versus 63.3% for patients < 55 years), diabetics (45.3% versus 62.0% for non-diabetic patients) and hypertensives (47.3% versus 57.8% for non-hypertensive patients). Prevention strategies should be implemented in order to improve the long-term prognosis and decrease overall morbidity and mortality from coronary artery disease in Libyan patients. arabic 20 English 112
Hawa Juma El-Shareif(4-2012)
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