Ylfete A Shatri - Muçaj
University Clinical Center of Kosova , Kosova
Ylfete A Shatri – Muçaj is a dermatovenerology and clinical pharmacology specialist. For specialization of clinical pharmacology is one of the first generations for basic specialization in this field in Balkans. She finished post-graduation and specialization studies in the University of Novi Sad. Currently, she works in UCC in Prishtina from 1981; as a specialist of clinical pharmacology she has treated for 4 years patients with chemotherapy near Internal Clinic – Department of Hematology in UCC. She led for many years the laboratory for magisterial preparations in the Center Pharmacy and Dermatovenerology Clinic near CUU in Prishtina. She worked for some years in the Institute of Biochemistry near Diagnostic Center of CUU. Since 2001 she is working as a Clinical Dermatovenerologist and Pharmacologist in KDV and now leads Dermatological polyclinic and laboratory for magisterial preparations for several skin diseases and and aesthetic issues by which she treats patients in the polyclinic “GENTIANA GreLorGen”. She participated in many conferences and congresses in region and Europe with several scientific works in the field of clinical Dermatology, Oncology and Pharmacology and also as a lecturer of chemotherapy in the National Congress of Oncologists in Prishtina. She is a member of EADV and Kosovo Association of Dermatovenerologists and Oncologists.
Skin changes in the surface of the whole body are extremely problematic for both male and female patients, but the most problematic and complex region is the face (because of its exposure in different factors).
Therefore, from my personal experience, I saw it necessary and reasonable to research and compile a very complex prescription, such as personal magistral preparations: Loregen Sun Day and Previta Gen.
These creams, contain a combination of moisturizing, epithelizing, astringent, revitalizing, vitamins (Vit.C, A, D, E), additional adjuvants, flavoring and cream base for magisterial preparation.
As for active substance, both of the creams contain Antipirin (Phenazone; Antipyrin; Analgesine; - C11H12N2O 188.23g/mol) 20% and 10%, which thought its mechanism of action as inhibitor of prostaglandins, acts as an anti-inflammatory and at the same time serves as an astringents without leaving the skin to become more rude and hyperpigmentated.
In my research, there are treated 334 patients of different ages from both sexes :( of them 203 female or 60.77% and 131 male or 39.22%).
These numbers of patients, depending on the changes of the skin of the faces are divided in three groups:
1. Group one (I-st) with hyperpigmentation changes from different etiology.
2. Group two (II-nd) with erythematosus changes, LED, Dermatitis, seborrhoica, ciakatrices post acne.
3. Group three (III-rd) with Actenic Keratosis, Senil Keratosis, Verruacae et Keratoais seborrohica
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