Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Irritable bowel syndrome


Evaluation of IL-5 concentration level in Irritable Bowel Syndrome patients that suffering from Blastocystis infection in Al-Najaf Province

Raad Ajam Sayal .; Sarah Ali Hameed; Mohammed Majeed Faisal

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 3807-3817

Objective: The current research aimed to evaluate the concentration level of
IL-5 in irritable bowel syndrome patients infected with Blastocystis infection
Methods: Stool samples were collected from 156 of respondents(78 patients
were diagnosed clinically by physician suffering from IBS and 78 control
apparently healthy individuals without any history of disease) attended to
three Hospitals in Al-Najaf Province of Iraq from August, to December
2019. Data was collected using self-administrated questionnaire. The whole
questionnaire has five sections which included age, sex , family income,
living area and occupation.Fecal specimens were collected and each sample
divided into three parts, the first for microscopic examination and second
for culture and thrid part were quickly frozen for Immunological evaluation
of IL-3 by Sandwich ELISA , shipped on dry ice and kept at–20 ºCprior to
analysis.
Results: the Blastocystis was significantly predominant (P>0.001) parasite
associated with IBS which constituted (46.2%). The results of culture were
higher than light microscopic examination (48.7%).

AWARENESS OF GASTROINTESTINAL PROBLEMS ON CONSUMPTION OF SPICY FOOD

Ngoubinah Pretty; Jothi Priya; Hannah R .; Lakshminarayanan Arivarasu

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 2255-2267

Spicy things have a sharp, strong and pungent flavour. Hot chilli pepper,gastric occurs when the stomach lining is inflamed and can be caused by eating spicy food. There have been attempts to measure the effect of spicy food stuffs that might provoke or increase gastrointestinal reflux. High prevalence of spicy food in Asia may modify gastrointestinal burning symptoms in patients with Functional Gastrointestinal Disorder. The inflammation of gastric is most often the result of infection with the same bacterium that causes most stomach ulcers. Gastritis may occur suddenly or appear slowly over time. The infection is usually passed from person to person, but can also be transmitted through contaminated food or water. Preparation of self structured questionnaire circulated through online survey link. The results were collected and were represented in pie-chart. According to this result most of the population are aware of gastrointestinal problems. Further studies can be done to prevent gastrointestinal problem, Preventive measure should be taken to avoid gastrointestinal problem.