Первый слайд презентации: HELICOBACTER PYLORI
BY – SHEKHAR SUMAN GROUP- 192A THE FREQUENCY OF PREVALENCE OF RISK FACTORS FOR GASTER DISEASES AT 1st YEAR STUDENTS HELICOBACTER PYLORI ФГАОУ ВО «КФУ им. В.И. Вернадского» Медицинской академии им. С.И. Георгиевского, кафедра биологии медицинской Scientific adviser – MD E. S. Ageeva May 2020
Слайд 2: RELEVANCE
The 2005 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 3 October 2005 jointly to Barry J. Marshall and J. Robin Warren for their discovery of Hp.
Слайд 3: WHAT IS HP AND IT'S VIRULENCE FACTORS:-
A spiral-shaped gram-negative bacterium Found in colonized gastric mucosa or adherent to the epithelial lining of the stomach Causes continuous gastric inflammation in virtually all infected person. WHAT IS HP AND IT'S VIRULENCE FACTORS:-
Слайд 4: STRUCTURE OF HELICOBACTER PYLORI
Слайд 5: WHY H.PYLORI IS IMPORTANT FOR US ?
Increases risk of both duodenal and gastric ulcers H. pylori causes chronic gastritis H. pylori is a primary risk factor for gastric cancer (4 th most common CA worldwide) Categorized as a group I carcinogen H. pylori increases risk of MALT lymphoma WHY H.PYLORI IS IMPORTANT FOR US ?
Слайд 6: MECHANISM OF ACTION
Слайд 7: RISK FACTORS
The gender, nutrition, smoking, alcohol, hypodinamia, overweight are reported to increase the risk of disease progression. RISK FACTORS
Слайд 8: RISK FACTORS FOR GASTRIC CANCER
Background diseases : atrophic gastritis, gastritis gastric stump after distal resection, adenomatous polyps of the stomach, intestinal metaplasia hyperplastic gastropathy. H. pylori Genetics Ecology Epstein-Barr virus External factors and lifestyle factors Nutrition Identification of early clinical features of the disease can help to prevention of the development of severe stomach diseases.
Слайд 9: AIM :
Enigma : Asian African Nothern Indian to study the frequency of prevalence of risk factors for stomach diseases at the 1st-year students of the Medical Academy named after S.I. Georgievsky “ and from some closely relatives or family members.
Слайд 10: MATERIAL AND METHODS
During survey total 35 peoples was examined based on multivariants questions. 25 students of our university and 10 was family members. Used multivaria n t s analysis of data from students of 1st years and some of closely relatives to identify factors and know better about these factors associated with stomach disease or about Helicobacter pylori. (3) Method of analysis includes survey from students and other peoples. Questioner includes information about s tomach diseases,diagonosis last time, gender, nutrition, smoking, alcohol,spices etc. .
Слайд 11: RESULT OF OBSERVATION
Smoking increases susceptibility to H. pylori infection thus cause peptic ulcer and regulates immune cells in the GI tract. Alcohol consumption and cigarette smoking are two etiologic factors that have a close relationship with peptic ulcer and gastric cancer. 15%+ 5%
Слайд 12: RESULT OF OBSERVATION
H (1) Men is risk factor DU, GC as compared with women. (2)People with blood group "O" is more likely to infected with Hp as compared to other blood group. 18% 5%+40% 10%
Слайд 13: RESULT OF OBSERVATION
Most common symptoms for infection with Helicobacter pylori is pain in epigastria region and acidic reflux. 9% 26% 38% 15% 42%
Слайд 14: RESULT OF OBSERVATION
(1) some spices have unique anti-ulcer properties mediated by antisecretory, antioxidant, and anti-Helicobacter pylori effects so their consumption may help prevent peptic ulcer disease and other GI diseases. (2)Older people are at increased risk of developing several gastroduodenal diseases and related complications like peptic ulcer, duodenal Ulcer. 7% 15% 12%
Последний слайд презентации: HELICOBACTER PYLORI: CONCLUSIONS
IN OUR STUDY, WE EXAMINED THE PREVALENCE RATES OF SYMPTOMS THAT CAN OCCUR IN DISEASES OF THE STOMACH. SINCE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF DISEASES SUCH AS CHRONIC GASTRITIS, PEPTIC ULCER AND CANCER - IT TAKES TIME DURING WHICH UNFAVORABLE FACTORS ACT, THEIR DETECTION IN YOUNG PEOPLE CAN BE USEFUL AS EARLY PREVENTION OF THESE DISEASES. REFERENCES HTTPS://WWW.SPANDIDOS-PUBLICATIONS.COM/10.3892/IJMM.2014.1786. HTTPS://WWW.RESEARCHGATE.NET/PUBLICATION/12136208.