Effect of Inhaling of Perfume on the Blood of Human Healthy Male Using Electrochemical Method by Cyclic Voltammetry

Hind Jaber Hassoon

Department of Medical Laboratory Techniques, Health and Medical Techniques College-Baghdad, Middle Technical University (MTU), Iraq.

Muhammed Mizher Radhi *

Department of Radiological Techniques, Health and Medical Techniques College-Baghdad, Middle Technical University (MTU), Iraq.

Asmaa Abdulsattar Obaid

Department of Physiotherapy Techniques, College of Health and Medical Techniques-Baghdad, Middle Technical University (MTU), Baghdad, Iraq.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

All people in the world were used perfume in different manufactures and marker, in this study, we wanted to be found the effect of continues using of perfume and still inhaling these compound on the human healthy by electrochemical analysis using cyclic voltammetry. In the scientific knowledge, the inhaling of perfume by breathed and then reach to the blood stream through lungs and pulmonary alveoli passing to the blood vessels. The study focused on the   oxidation – reduction peaks current of the cyclic voltammogram which can be found from the perfume in healthy blood of male samples. It was found from the results that many oxidation peaks current appeared in the cyclic voltammogram in the blood medium with presence of the perfume, also, in different concentration, and different temperatures were studied, so all perfume compound were effected on the blood components of the male. The oxidative effect of the perfume on blood medium which may be caused the damage of blood components through the continuance of using it and appeared a risk cases of different diseases. the advices for correct using of the perfume in a little amount and in limited using every day, also avoid using the perfume to the patients with high fever.

Keywords: Cyclic voltammetry, perfume, blood of male, oxidation – reduction, temperature, concentration


How to Cite

Hassoon , Hind Jaber, Muhammed Mizher Radhi, and Asmaa Abdulsattar Obaid. 2023. “Effect of Inhaling of Perfume on the Blood of Human Healthy Male Using Electrochemical Method by Cyclic Voltammetry”. International Journal of TROPICAL DISEASE & Health 44 (21):16-24. https://doi.org/10.9734/ijtdh/2023/v44i211491.

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