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Minerals 4 th Year Pharma By Eman Mokbel Alissa, Ph.D.
Lecture (1) contents Classification of minerals Factors affecting their requirements Minerals characteristics Minerals in food Deficiencies and excesses Major functions of minerals Minerals importance Mineral composition of body Calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, chloride, sodium, potassium, sulfur
Lecture (2) contents Definition Trace Elements and the Potential Effects of Replenishment, Prophylaxis, and Pharmacological Effects Trace elements application in preventive medicine Clinical Deficiency and Excess of Trace Elements Diagnosis of trace elements deficiency Minerals interaction Daily Dietary Requirements of Trace Elements Iron, copper, zinc, selenium, chromium, cobalt, manganese, iodine, fluoride, molybdenum Possibly essential trace elements: lithium, silicon, tin, vanadium Nonessential trace elements: boron, cadmium, aluminum
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