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JSMC, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2011


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EVALUATION OF USING AMNIOTIC MEMBRANE DRESSING IN SUPERFICIAL BURNS Ari Raheem Qader and Faraydoon Karim Rasul The use of amniotic membrane as a biological dressing for thermal injury is simple and cheap and has been found to be superior to allograft and xenograft. The membrane prevents heat and water loss from the wound surface and acts as a barrier against bacterial contamination, thus aiding the healing process and reducing morbidity. Another clinically significant and important property of the membrane is its ability to offer marked relief from pain. 1-11 May 31, 2011 
ORAL FINDINGS AND MICROFLORA IN TYPE II DIABETES MELLITUS IN SULAIMANI CITY Varin T. Abass and Sherko A. Omer The effects of diabetes mellitus on human include long term dysfunction and failure of various organs. A number of oral diseases and disorders have been associated with diabetes mellitus. The susceptibility to periodontal disease often called the "sixth complication of diabetes mellitus" is the most common oral complication of diabetes. The oral cavity is comprised of many surfaces, each coated with a plethora of different bacteria, some of which have been implicated in oral diseases such as caries and periodontitis 13-28 October 21, 2011 
PREVALENCE OF METABOLIC SYNDROME AMONG PATIENTS WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS IN DUHOK Zana Sidiq Mohammed Saleem and Hama Najm Jaf The metabolic syndrome is a constellation of risk factors of metabolic origin that are accompanied by increased risk for cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes. These risk factors are atherogenic dyslipidemia, elevated blood pressure, elevated plasma glucose, a prothrombotic state, and a proinflammatory state. Metabolic syndrome is associated with overall mortality; with cardiovascular mortality in particular; it has been shown that metabolic syndrome is an independent clinical indicator of macro- and microvascular complications in diabetics. 29-36 September 14, 2010 
HEALING OF Nd:YAG LASER INCISION IN TONGUE OF RABBITS COMPARED WITH SCALPEL INCISION, AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY Kamal Ahmad Saeed and Ismaeel Ibrahim Mahmood The incision quality and healing postoperatively are the main goals for the surgeon. Many different laser wavelengths have been used in the field of oral and maxillofacial surgery with many advantages, especially because of their high properties (like selective physical properties, the wave length works in a deeper skin structure and it can be applied for removal of vascular lesion). 37-43 October 15, 2011 
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