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Articles by Hossein Tajik
Total Records ( 2 ) for Hossein Tajik
  Farnood Shokouhi Sabet Jalali , Hossein Tajik , Shahram Javadi , Bahador Haji Mohammadi and Saeed Shams Addin Athari
  >This investigation was evaluation of efficacy of alcoholic extract of garlic on the healing of burn wound in rabbit. In this study, 10 male white rabbits, weighing a mean of 2.200±240 g were used. Based on Hoekstra standard model, a rectangular burn wounds (2x2.5 cm2) were created on back region of each rabbit. The wounds in experimental group were treated with alcoholic extract of garlic (5 mL) every day for 21 days. In the control group, the wounds were washed with normal saline (5 mL) at same frequency and time of day. The wounds were evaluated form clinical (rate of wound contraction) and microbiological (total count) aspects. The clinical findings of the present study were showed wound surfaces in the experiment group were significantly decreased in comparison to the control wounds (p<0.05). Microbiological evaluation was showed that total bacterial count of wound surfaces in garlic-treated group was lesser than this variable in the control wounds (p<0.05). With attention to these results, alcoholic extract of garlic can be considered as a topical agent for accelerating and enhancement burn wound healing in rabbit.
  Fariba Zeynali , Hossein Tajik , Siamak Asri-Rezaie , Saeed Meshkini , Aziz Alah Fallah and Mohammad Rahnama
  This study was undertaken to determine the concentrations of Copper (Cu) Zinc (Zn) and Iron (Fe) in edible muscle of 3 fish species, Mullet (Mugil auratus), Sefid (Rutilus frisii kutum) and Common Carp (Cyprinus carpio) collected from 4 fishing sites (Chaloos, Anzali, Roodsar and Fereidonkenar) of Iranian coastal waters of the Caspian Sea. The concentration of the metals was measured by Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry (AAS) and reported as mg kg-1 dry weight of muscle. The mean concentrations of Cu in muscles of Mullet, Sefid and Common Carp were 3.14, 3.69 and 3.39 mg kg-1, respectively. Zn levels in the same species were 43.46, 37.99 and 73.81 mg kg-1 and for Fe values were 81.11, 73.59 and 94.78 mg kg-1, respectively. Concentrations of Zn and Fe were significantly (p<0.05) affected by the species and sites and were significantly higher in Common Carp. The measured elements of the investigated fish were in permissible safety levels for human consumption.
 
 
 
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