Muslim Abbas Allu - bachelor of Biology-MSc. of parasitology

Mar, 2003



Jul, 2000



May, 2020
Professional Experience
Aug, 2013 - Sep, 2022


Technical Institute Zakho

Teaching in Nursing department

Dec, 2003 - Aug, 2013


Technical Institute of Shaqlawa

Teaching in disease analysis department


Microsoft Windows applications (Word, Excel, Office, PowerPoint) – Advanced

Medical microbiology and Parasitology:

Conducting research in the field of bacteria that cause infections in hospital patients, as well as parasitic protozoa .

Jan, 2014 - Jan, 2026



Jan, 2004 - Jan, 2014



Publication Journal
Sep, 2020
The frequency of the pathogenic bacteria isolated from different clinical samples in Duhok, Iraq


Pathogenic bacteria are still considered the most global problematic issue, and they have a significant impact on human health, particularly the Enterobacteriaceae bacteria. This study aimed to investigate the frequency of the pathogenic bacteria and the related risk factors among patients in Duhok, Iraq. A total of 700 samples (281 from males and 419 from females) from Duhok Teaching Hospital were recruited and analysed. All samples were routinely cultured and identified based on their cultural and biochemical characteristics. Furthermore, the diagnosis was confirmed by using the Vitek2 system. The results showed that the highest rate was for Staphylococcus aureus (31%), and the lowest rate was for Candida albicans (4.4%). The other infections varied in their rates and included 27.7% E. coli, 9.4% Klebsiella pneumonia, 6.1% Acinetobacter pneumonia, 6% Streptococcus spp., 5.4% Enterobacter spp., 5.1% Pseudomonas aeruginosa and 4.7% Proteus mirabilis. Furthermore, the bacteria were mostly recovered from urine (67.1%) and swab (19.6%) specimens. The infection rate was higher in females (58.3%) than males (41.7%). This study suggested that the incidence of pathogenic bacteria is high in Duhok, Iraq. However, it was comparable to the global bacterial pattern with the domination of S. aureus and E. coli.

Dec, 2019
Present status of Salmonella Typhi in different age groups hospitalized patients in Duhok City, Iraq.

ZANCO Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences (Issue: 6) (Volume: 31)

Typhoid fever is still recognized as one of the most important global health problem. Salmonella species are the main cause of typhoid fever that causes health threat in developing countries. The purpose of this study was to find out the prevalence and the risk factors of Salmonella Typhi from people presenting with fever to Azadi general hospital, Duhok, Iraq. A total of 2323 patient blood samples (992 males and 1331 females) were collected through the period January 2017 to December 2017. Serologic-proved typhoid fever for Salmonella Typhi was diagnosed by Widal test. Out of 2323 blood samples, 824 (35.47%) were diagnosed as serologic-proved typhoid fever. The highest percentage (37.3%) of typhoid fever was recorded at age group 21–30 years and the less prevalence was at age group more than 51 years (29%)(p= 0.4036). No significant differences was found in frequency of typhoid fever in males (35.4%) and females (35.5%)(p= 0.9387). The incidence of typhoid fever in June (39%) was significantly higher than the incidence rate in other months of the year (p= 0.0086). Typhoid fever has a considerable challenge to public health. The age group 21-30 years is the vulnerable group for typhoid fever. The typhoid fever is independent of sex and it is a seasonal disease with the majority of cases occurring is the June. Awareness should be created in young generation related to polluted water and hygienic food to eradicate this particular infection. Hence, health education classes play an important role in to reduce the infection rate.

Oct, 2019
The seroprevalence of human brucellosis in different age groups patients and other associated risk factors in Duhok, Iraq

Revista Innovaciencia 7 (2) (Issue: 2) (Volume: 7)

Introduction: Brucellosis is a zoonotic disease contributing to significant health and economic problems worldwide. The aim of this study was to investigate the seroprevalence and the associated risk factors of brucellosis among people admitted to Azadi general hospital, Duhok, Iraq. Patients and Methods: A total of 1283 patient blood samples (603 males and 680 females) were collected through the period of January 2017 to December 2017 from people at different age groups admitting Azadi general hospital, Duhok, Iraq. All collected sera were screened for the seroprevalence of Brucella using Rose Bengal plate test kit. Results: Among the 1283 blood samples, the overall seroprevalence of brucellosis was 17.8%. The highest rate was recorded in age group between 21–30 years

Jan, 2016
The effect of climate temperature and daily water intake on the diversity of uropathogens causing urinary tract infections in adult hospital patients

Diyala Journal of Medicine (Issue: 1) (Volume: 11)

Background: The most frequent bacterium causing urinary tract infection (UTI) is Escherichia coli (E. coli), followed by Staphylococcus saprophytic. These infections are more prevalent among pregnant women, particularly in summer, due to dehydration and insufficient uptake of drinking water. Objective: The aim was to assess the effect of climate temperature on diversity of uropathogens causing UTIs, and investigate whether infection increases during specific months. Patients and Methods: 741 patients aged 20 years or above in General Zakho Hospital were investigated for urinary tract infection status, and the daily drinking water uptake was assessed. The monthly climate temperatures were analyzed. Urine samples were collected using mid-stream method, and the samples were cultured to isolate uropathogens identified by biochemical tests. Results: The results indicate that 494 (66.66%) out of 741 patients were infected with UTIs, with seasonal trends of a peak plateau from June to July and a sharp decline after September. The percentage of UTI was 71% among patients who drank less than 2 liters of water per day, and 60% for other infections. Pregnant women had significantly higher prevalence of uropathogens due to the physiological changes during pregnancy. E. coli was the most common isolated pathogen (51.7%) in male and female patients. Conclusion: The results support evidence suggesting that dehydration due to low water intake, especially in summer, leads to low urine output, which increases the occurrence of urinary tract infection.

Dec, 2002
Proteins of protoscoleces, germinal and laminated membranes as immunomodulators in balb/c mice against infection with secondary hydatid disease

University of Mosul/ Department of biology/College of education (Issue: M.Sc.thesis) (Volume: M.Sc.thesis)

University of Mosul/ Department of biology/College of education