Muhammad Akram

Muhammad Akram
Government College University Faisalabad | GCUF · Department of Eastern Medicine and Surgery

BEMS, M.PhiL, Ph.D

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Introduction
Muhammad Akram currently works at the Department of Eastern Medicine and Surgery, Government College University Faisalabad.
Additional affiliations
February 2014 - present
University of Aaz Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan
Position
  • Lecturer
March 2012 - November 2015
University of Poonch Rawalakot
Position
  • CEO
February 2006 - March 2012
Hamdard University
Position
  • Lecturer
Education
March 2010 - September 2013
Hamdard University
Field of study
  • Eastern Medicine

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Publications (1,096)
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Peptide and protein nanostructures have numerous advantages including increasing bioavailability, providing better opportunities for formulation, improving drug release, and helping to reduce toxicity. Numerous protein-derived nanomaterials exist, including gelatin, albumin, casein, gliadin, and legumin. They perform numerous biochemical and biolog...
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Since the outbreak of the Corona pandemic in December 2019, many people affected, especially medical care laborers, who deal with the treated cases. Coronavirus disease 2019 not only affects the body parts, but also extends to the psychological symptoms. The purpose of this research is to explore the impact of the pandemic on the mental prosperity...
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The scientific progress in the field of synthesis of nanomaterials with controlled sizes and shapes led to the development of tissue engineering. The low toxicity, unique properties and transferability of nanodrugs are important in overcoming obstacles to functional tissues and organs replacement. Among the materials used in the nanodrugs delivery...
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The olive tree is an unpredictable formed tree, which grows up to 10 m in stature. The olive leaves are inverse and elongated molded. The leaves are dim green above and gleaming beneath. The white and relatively little olive blossoms are shaped on a year ago's wood. The run of the mill natural products or olives are ovoid formed and regularly point...
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Backgrounds: Dengue viruses are transmitted to humans via mosquito bites from infected Aedes species (Aedesaegypti or Aedesalbopictus). Dengue fever affects over half of the world's population, or about 4 billion people. Dengue fever is a common cause of sickness in high-risk settings. Methods: In the current study two serotypes of Dengue viruses n...
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Mango with the botanical name of Mangifera Indica (MI) (Linn.) is one of the traditionally used herb trees in the third-world country used for different curative and prophylaxis measure for different health challenges. This article presents updated information on its mathematical modeling using ordinary differential equations (S,E,I,P,R) for theore...
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Green nanoparticle manufacturing has several applications in the environmental and medical fields. Green synthesis, in particular, aims to decrease the usage of harmful chemicals. The use of biological components like plants, for example, is generally thought to be safe. Plants also contain reducing and capping agents. This chapter covers the funda...
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Atrial fibrillation (AF), the most common cardiac arrhythmia, is a global epidemic. AF can cause heart failure and myocardial infarction and increase the risk of stroke, disability, and thromboembolic events. AF is becoming increasingly ubiquitous and is associated with increased morbidity and mortality at higher ages, resulting in an increasing th...
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Activated carbon which usually we said charcoal is one of effective & significant powder & granular form which was used in several fields of life either it is medical field, cosmetic or any other their effectiveness was significant. The uses of activated carbon in medical fields are vast. It was used in the cure of many illnesses like gas problems,...
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Banana is a staple fruit because it is available all through the year and it also serves as a source of income and food to a great number of people. Banana peel is the major byproduct of banana processing which account for 30% of the banana fruit and also constitute to environmental hazard. Banana peels are promising byproduct for different applica...
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Colorectal cancer (CRC) is a type that develops in the colon to anus segment of the elementary canal. Is painful; acutely debilitating & fatality becausing. Age; diet, lifestyle habits; occupational stress; agrometeorology; bacteriums; virus have been adduced as risk factors and a small percentage being attributed to genetics etc.,. CRC is now a gl...
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This chapter assesses the recent cases of COVID-19 pandemic in Africa. COVID-19, a global pandemic, is spreading so fast across all continents with African region not left out of its ravaging and devastating effects. Nigeria, on May 31, 2020, became the first country in West Africa to hit the 10,000 mark of confirmed COVID-19 cases. This recent spi...
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For persons who survive with progressive cancer, nutritional therapy and exercise may be significant factors to improve the health condition and life quality of cancer patients. Nutritional therapy and medications are essential to managing progressive cancer. Cancer survivors, as well as cancer patients, are mostly extremely encouraged to search fo...
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Hyperlipidemia, the most common form of dyslipidemia, is the main source of cardiovascular disorders, characterized by elevated level of total cholesterol (TC), triglycerides (TG) and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) with high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C) in peripheral blood. It is caused by a defect in lipid metabolism in the...
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Chloroquine (CQ) and its analog hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) are popular antimalarial drugs that also exhibit wide range of activities against other diseases such as cancer, diabetes, HIV, and microbial infections, among others. They are also reported to possess antioxidant properties. The popularity of these drugs skyrocketed with the emergence of cor...
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Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a highly infectious disease characterized by higher leukocyte numbers, acute respiratory distress, and elevated levels of plasma proinflammatory cytokines. Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2), the causative agent of COVID-19, begins its pathogenesis by the binding of the virus to the h...
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As per World Resources Institute (1996), World's population is around 7.06 billion and is expected to grow by 10 billion by 2030. Due to the advancement of the industrial revolution polluted gas is pumped into the atmosphere which leads to warming of the planet earth and a rise in sea level which may result in serious food shortage. Global warming...
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Objective: To investigate the efficacy of Dr Allen’s Therapeutic Device in improving quality of life in patients with nephrolithiasis. Materials and Methods : A randomized, interventional, parallel group study was conducted investigating 54 patients aged 18-60 years with nephrolithiasis. 29 of the 54 patients were randomised (1:1) into a treatment...
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The corticosteroid drug “dexamethasone” has been in use since 1960s for reducing inflammation in a variety of conditions such as certain cancers and other inflammatory disorders. It is an affordable agent and currently off-patent in most countries and listed in multiple formulations since 1977 in the World Health Organization model list of essentia...
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Background Thalassemia is a hereditary hemolytic anemia marked by a defect in synthesizing one or more globin chains in hemoglobin. In Pakistan, approximately 10,000 patients with thalassemia are primarily dependent on blood transfusions. The β-thalassemia patients require blood transfusions and iron chelation therapy. Patients who need blood trans...
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Osteosarcoma is a dominant type of bone cancer, associated with osteophytes (bone cells). Afflicts all age groups; generally manifesting in long bones of human physiology(also other parts; including fine joints). Chemotherapy, surgery and radiation are the current therapeutics – with uncertain results; often associated with high degree of failure;...
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Osteosarcoma is adominanttype of bone cancer,associated withosteophytes (bone cells).Afflicts all age groups; generally manifesting in long bones of human physiology(also other parts; including fine joints). Chemotherapy, surgery and radiation are the current therapeutics – with uncertain results; often associated with high degree of failure; swift...
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Breast cancer (BC) is one of the most common and recurring diseases and the second leading cause of death in women. Despite prevention, diagnostics, and therapeutic options such as radiation therapy and chemotherapy, the number of occurrences increases every year. Therefore, novel therapeutic drugs targeting specifically different checkpoints shoul...
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Picrorhiza kurroa (P.K) usually familiar as kutki is a well-known plant in the Ayurvedic system of medicine due to its reported activities including antidiabetic, antibacterial, antioxidant, antitumor, anti-inflammatory, and hepatoprotective. The current research was intended to evaluate the antioxidant, inhibition activity of the ethanolic, methan...
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The incidence of hypertension with diabetes mellitus (DM) as a co-morbid condition is on the rise worldwide. In 2000, an estimated 972 million adults had hypertension, which is predicted to grow to 1.56 billion by 2025. Hypertension often leads to diabetes mellitus that strongly puts the patients at an increased risk of cardiovascular, kidney, and/...
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Psoriasis is a skin disease. It is rare growing disease around the world. Here in this investigation we have targeted a protein namely TRPV3 (Transient receptor potential cation channel, subfamily III) ion channel for the study of psoriasis, which is important factor of psoriasis. The medicinal plant namely Cassia fistula is selected for the in sil...
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Background: Phytomedicine is becoming more acceptable as an alternative medicinal approach in the modern era. Objectives: The current study examined the antioxidant capacity and in vitro response of phytochemical constituents of Withania somnifera (Ashwagandha) on standard parameters of healthy volunteer semen. Methods: The phytochemicals and their...
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Desert truffle belongs to the Pezizales order (Ascomycetes). It grows naturally after rainfall during the time of Al-Wasm (more than 200 mL from September to October) in arid and semiarid zones. The desert truffle is a macro-fungus that grows under the surface of the earth and is found in the countries of the Arabian Peninsula and Iraq, in addition...
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Nutraceuticals has great health benefits, as it is used in the treatment of many diseases, in addition to acting as a preventative from many diseases. They are natural, biologically active compounds found in foods, nutritional supplements, and herbal plants. Their importance is due to the fact that they contain active chemical compounds. It is dist...