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Articles by Alia
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  Mehnaz Afzal , M. Tariq Javed , Kausar Almas , Tahir Zahoor and Alia
  A total of 200 patients were selected and were divided into five age groups (<40, 40-50, 51-60, 61-70 and > 70 Years), two socioeconomic status, i.e., low and middle class, and gender. Results revealed that patients admitted with heart attack, 63.5 % were having hypertension and there found an association between hypertension and family history of heart attack. The occurrence of heart attack in both hypertensive and non-hypertensive group was more in males than females and was higher in peoples of more than 41 years of age. Data also showed that occurrence of heart attack due to hypertension was high in people belonging to cities than villages. Data did not reveal difference between hypertensive and non-hypertensive patients with respect to tea intake and cigarette smoking. Serum cholesterol was higher (P<0.05) in hypertensive than non-hypertensive patients taking 6-10 cigarette day-1. Serum triglyceride levels were higher (P<0.05) in hypertensive than non-hypertensive males. Serum HDL was higher in patients used oil than those used ghee. Serum uric acid appeared to have relation with beef intake as the levels were higher in beef eaters in both hypertensive and non-hypertensive patients.
  Alia , M. Tariq Javed , N. Abbas , B. Tabassum , S. Pervaiz and R. Sultana
  Milk studies within two days post delivery in 90 randomly selected women of three socio-economic (low, middle and high) and three age groups (< 25, 26-32 and > 33 years) of Faisalabad, Pakistan, revealed an overall concentration of vitamin-A to be 718.85 RE/L. The milk vitamin-A showed non-significant difference between socio-economic groups, but was higher (P<0.01) in women of > 33 years (863.41 RE/L) of age. The mean specific gravity of milk was 1.0265±264 and the pH was 7.0876 and showed non-significant difference in socio-economic and age groups. The mean total milk proteins was 1.31±4 per cent and was higher (P<0.05) in women of 26-32 years of age, however, it showed non-significant difference between socio-economic groups. The mean milk lactose and fat was 5.76±5 and 2.89±3 per cent, respectively and showed non-significant difference between socio-economic and age groups.
  B. Tabassum , M. T. Javed , N. Abbas , Alia , S. Pervaiz and K. Almas
  Serum studies in 90 randomly selected lactating women of three socioeconomic (low, middle and high) and age (below 25, 26-32 and above 33 years) groups of Faisalabad, Pakistan, revealed an overall concentration of β-carotene and vitamin-A to be 170.12±88.64 and 54.72±22.69 mg/100 mL, respectively. The β-carotene and vitamin-A showed non-significant difference between socioeconomic and age groups, however, β-carotene was relatively higher in young women and those belonging to higher socioeconomic group, whereas vitamin-A was relatively higher in old women and those belonging to meddle socioeconomic group. The serum total proteins, albumin, globulins and A:G ratio during present study was 5.48±1.24 g/100 mL, 2.82±1.27 g mL–1, 2.68±1.44 g mL–1 and 1.66±1.78 g/100 mL, respectively, The total proteins and albumin showed non-significant difference between socioeconomic and age groups while globulins and A:G ratio revealed higher (p<0.05) values in high and middle socioeconomic groups, respectively.
  R. Sultana , N. Bhatti , A.S. Hashmi , Alia and M.T. Javed
  A feeding trial was conducted in adult albino rats to study the influence on lipid fractions of serum and various body tissues by feeding diets containing sarsoon oil, canola oil and hydrogenated fat.
The results revealed that serum cholesterol decreased in sarsoon (-14.3%) and canola oil (-9.9%) while increased in hydrogenated fat (26.1%) fed rats. Similarly serum triglycerides decreased in sarsoon (-22.6%) and canola oil (-21.3%) while increased in hydrogenated fat fed rats (24.3%). Serum HDL increased in sarsoon oil (19.30%), canola oil (35.00%) and hydrogenated fat (81.20%) fed rats while serum LDL decreased in sarsoon (-20.00%) and canola oil (-16.00%) and increased in hydrogenated fat (15.70%) fed arts. Liver cholesterol showed higher (p<0.05) values in sarsoon oil (426.33+25.03 mg/100 g) fed rats. Rapeseed oils showed lower (p<0.01) carcass triglycerides than hydrogenated fat fed rats. Body weight of rats decreased in sarsoon while increased in canola and hydrogenated fat fed rats.
 
 
 
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