Every recipe includes detailed information about calories, fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, carbs, total sugar, dietary fiber and protein.These recipes will help you in your daily intake of protein, high fiber and healthy fat, at the same time restrict your calories, sugar and saturated fat. You can adopt 5:2 approaches to lose weight and help you […]
Microbiology and Blood Collection This collection includes 7 of our training courses all within one book. You can easily use the bookmarks to navigate between each training course. This collection includes: – Bacteriology – Blood Electrolytes and Intravenous Infusions – Epidemiology and Microbiology – Hematology – Immunology – Mycology – Urinalysis Full illustrations and diagrams […]
INTRODUCTION Physical inactivity has become a major public hazard (1,2). Epidemiological and experimental studies over the past 50 years convincingly show that physical inactivity contributes substantially to morbidity and mortality (3,4,5). In males low-frequency regular physical training activities were associated with lower body fat than that present in sedentary males (1).
Keep Calm and REVERSE Your Diabetes with This Guide! DIABETES CAN BE REVERSED. SO ARE YOU READY TO DO IT? If you are suffering from diabetes. And you are looking for the ways to lower your blood sugar. This is a better time to read this book. Trust me! In Diabetes Diet: The Step by Step […]
Byline: Fathelrahman Mahdi Hassan College of Medical laboratory Science, Sudan University of Science and Technology, Khartoum-Sudan.
Blood transfusion has become an essential component of modern medical practice. However, worldwide epidemics of viral diseases–in particular, HIV/AIDS–have made the practice of blood transfusion therapy hazardous, motivating scientists to devise techniques and strategies to ensure the supply of safe blood and blood components for clinical use. The challenges are particularly great in sub-Saharan Africa, […]
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection is associated with cytopenias of all major blood cell lines. Anaemia occurs in up to 70% of patients with HIV/AIDS, and thrombocytopenia, neutropenia or lymphopenia in 40 – 70%. (1) The incidence and severity of cytopenias correlate directly with the degree of immunosuppression, while isolated haematological abnormalities, particularly anaemia and […]