كلية الطب البشري

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حول كلية الطب البشري

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.

حقائق حول كلية الطب البشري

نفتخر بما نقدمه للمجتمع والعالم

80

المنشورات العلمية

243

هيئة التدريس

7385

الطلبة

0

الخريجون

البرامج الدراسية

درجة ماجستير
تخصص طب الأسرة والمجتمع

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التفاصيل
المقرر الدراسي
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...

التفاصيل
بكالوريوس طب بشري
تخصص الطب والجراحة

بكالوريوس في الطب البشري العام والجراحة العامة....

التفاصيل

من يعمل بـكلية الطب البشري

يوجد بـكلية الطب البشري أكثر من 243 عضو هيئة تدريس

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أ. أحميد معمر محمد خليفة

احميد خليفة هو احد اعضاء هيئة التدريس بقسم طب الاسرة والمجتمع بكلية الطب البشري، يعمل بجامعة طرابلس منذ سنة 2015 علي درجة محاضر بعد أن تمت ترقيته سنة 2021. له العديد من المنشورات العلمية في مجال تخصصه.

منشورات مختارة

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Extended-Spectrum Beta-Lactamase- and Carbapenemase-Producing Enterobacteriaceae among Libyan Children

Abstract Introduction: Extended-spectrum β-lactamases (ESBLs), AmpC type, carbapenem resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE), are important mechanisms of resistance among Enterobacteriaceae. The aim of this study was to investigate the prevalence of ESBL, AmpC and CRE among Enterobacteriaceae isolates recovered from pediatric patients in Tripoli, Libya. Methods: This cross-sectional study was carried out in Tripoli Children Hospital (TCH), a total of 915 Gram negative bacteria isolates were evaluated for susceptibility to a panel of antimicrobials and were analyzed phenotypically for the ESBL, AmpC type and CRE using chromagen media, E-test and combination disc test. Results: The predominant organisms were Escherichia coli (56.8%) and Klebsiella spp. (21.4%). The overall prevalence of ESBL producing Enterobacteriaceae was 24.5% (224/915). Out of 224, Enterobacteriaceae proved ESBL producer, Klebsiella spp. (54%) and E. coli (34.4%) were the leading ESBL producers. ESBL-producers were more often resistant to major classes of antibiotics compared with non-ESBL producers, significantly high resistance rates (P < 0.001) were observed for ceftriaxone, cefepime, and ceftazidime (87.5 - 95.9%) among ESBL producers compared to non-ESBL producers (7.2 - 13.5%). MDR was documented for 50/224 (22.3%) of ESBL producers and was significantly higher (P < 0.0001) among ESBLs compared with non-ESBL producer isolates. Phenotypic detection of AmpC revealed 60/915 (6.6%) isolates as potential AmpC β-lactamase producers, E. coli exhibited a lower level of AmpC (8.3%) compared with Klebsiella spp. (56.6%). The overall prevalence of CRE was 9% (83/915). Carbapenemase-producing organisms in this study were as follows: Klebsiella spp. (44.6%); Acinetobacter spp. (24%); Pseudomonas spp. (9.6%). Conclusion: This study revealed that the prevalence of ESBL, AmpC, CRE and MDR Enterobacteriaceae isolates in Children hospital was within acceptable frequency. arabic 11 English 91
Abdulaziz Zorgani, Abdulla Bashein, (1-2017)
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Maternal Exposure of Mouse to Low-Dose of Trichloroethane is Associated with Increased Birth Weight and Early Neonatal Neurobehavioral Abnormalities

Maternal exposure to environmental chemicals can adversely affect fetal health. This study aims to identify, in-vivo, the risk of maternal exposure to trichloroethane (TCE) on the birth weight and the neurobehavioral performance of newborns. Groups of female albino mice (F0 generation) were injected intraperitoneally twice weekly for three weeks with TCE (100 and 400 µg/kg BW). Animals were followed up for signs of toxicity and mortality. Neonate's motor behavior including large movement (crawling, pivoting, righting) and small movement (tremor) were assessed. No toxicity adverse signs or mortality were observed in the animals (F0 generation) treated with TCE. The results showed that TCE exposure led to a significant increase in the F1 mouse body weight compared to controls. The results also showed that tremor of neonates of dams exposed to TCE (100µg/kg and 400µg/kg BW) were significantly increased when assessed on postnatal day-1 (PND-1). These findings provide support to a role of the environmental toxicant, TCE, in abnormalities in birth weight and neonatal neurobehavior.
Mohamed A. Al-Griw, Massaud S. Maamar, Naser M. Salama, Lubna N. Algadi, Abdul Hakim S. Elnfati, Emad M. Bennour(9-2015)
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Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on medical education: Medical students’ knowledge, attitudes, and practices regarding electronic learning

The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has caused an unprecedented disruption in medical education and healthcare systems worldwide. The disease can cause life-threatening conditions and it presents challenges for medical education, as instructors must deliver lectures safely, while ensuring the integrity and continuity of the medical education process. It is therefore important to assess the usability of online learning methods, and to determine their feasibility and adequacy for medical students. We aimed to provide an overview of the situation experienced by medical students during the COVID-19 pandemic, and to determine the knowledge, attitudes, and practices of medical students regarding electronic medical education. A cross-sectional survey was conducted with medical students from more than 13 medical schools in Libya. A paper-based and online survey was conducted using email and social media. The survey requested demographic and socioeconomic information, as well as information related to medical online learning and electronic devices; medical education status during the COVID-19 pandemic; mental health assessments; and e-learning knowledge, attitudes, and practices. A total of 3,348 valid questionnaires were retrieved. Most respondents (64.7%) disagreed that e-learning could be implemented easily in Libya. While 54.1% of the respondents agreed that interactive discussion is achievable by means of e-learning. However, only 21.1% agreed that e-learning could be used for clinical aspects, as compared with 54.8% who disagreed with this statement and 24% who were neutral. Only 27.7% of the … arabic 23 English 116
Ahmed Alsoufi, Ahmed Zaid(1-2020)
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