Effect of examination anixtey of (theoretical and practicle studies) on heamatology of pharmacy seconed students in al-qadisiyah university iraqAuthor(s): Hanaa a Abdulameer *, Saba a Ali, Lect Ali k Dahesh
This is the first study was carried to physiological investigations have shown that stress can alter the characteristics of blood cells in healthy people. We looked into whether pharmacy students through exams are stressful enough to cause such changes. Methods: A random sample of female and male second stages of students from the pharmacy College in Al-Qadisiyah university was taken to investigate. Blood samples were taken before second mid-course examine and during the exams of mid-course determination. Students who had vaccinated with covid-19 or high blood pressure or have operation at the outset of the trial were ruled out. In the end, from 150 student 75 student were chosen. Red blood cell, hematocrit, neutrophils, lymphocytes, eosinophils, monocytes, basophils, and platelet counts were estimated. The result were showed blood samples taken during tests indicated a substantial drop in eosinophil, basophil, lymphocyte, and monocyte count as compared to pre-examination data analyzed . There was also an significant rise in platelet and neutrophil counts. The red blood cell and hematocrit values showed no significant changes. In the end it is strong-minded that pharmacy college tests are stressful plus negative effect on healthy life of students this affected be enough to cause modification in blood cell parameters, including an significant high in neutrophils and platelets, as well as a decline in eosinophils, monocytes, basophils, and lymphocytes.