Dr Zubia Shah

Dr Zubia Shah

Assistant Professor Physiology


Dept: Physiology
BPS: 18

Research & Publications

  1. 1.   Habib R, Shah Z, Sultana R. Prevalence of overweight and obesity among students of Khyber Girls Medical College, Peshawar. KJMS 2013; 6(2):316-319
  2. 2.   Shah Z, Sultana R, Habib R. Assessment of knowledge about occupational hazards and utilization of safety measures among the industrial workers at Hayatabad Peshawar. KJMS 2014; 7(1):88-91.
  3. 3.   Shah Z, Shah M, Sabir S, Sultana R, Zaman A. Estimation of Chronic Renal Insufficiency by Cockroft-Gault Formula and Creatinine Clearance. KJMS 2015; 8(2):218-220
  4. 4.   Mahmood A, Noor N, Shah Z, Irfan M. Physiological changes in 50 women during pregnancy. KJMS 2018;11(1):47-52.
  5. 5.   Muhammad G, Khan HS, Shah Z, Mahmood A, Karam B. Analysis of Hypertension and anemia among working primigravida women as compare to non-working primigravida women at their anti-natal checkup in gynae OPD at Hayatabad Medical Complex Peshawar. KJMS 2018;11(3):479-482.
  6. 6.   Khan HS, Muhammad G, Shah Z, Mahmood A, Karam B. The impact of exercise on levels of liver enzymes and platelet count in pregnant ladies: A comparative study. KJMS 2018;11(3):483-486.
  7. 7.   Shah Z, Mahmood A, Fayyaz F, Mohammad G. To study the correlation of diabetic microvasculature complications in chronic kidney disease. KJMS 2019;12(1):31-3
  8. 8.   Shah Z, Shah I, Mahmood A, Muhammad G, Shahid S, Dar A. Effect of Physical activity on HBA1C levels in prediabetic population. KJMS 2019; 12(3):400-402
  9. 9.   Karim R, Zaman B, Zahra M, Shah Z, Zaman A. Metformin: A comparative study of vitamin B12 deficiency in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. KJMS 2019;12(3):460-463
  10. 10.   Shah Z, Shah I, Malik O, Ullah I. Effect of short duration moderate intensity physical activity on glycemic control and antioxidant status of prediabetic population. Saudi Med J 2021; Vol. 42 (6): 660-665
  11. 11.   Shah Z, Mughal A, Khan S, Tauqir S, Shah I. Moderate Physical Activity improves inflammatory markers (IL-6 and TNF Alpha) and diabetic profile in the prediabetic population. Annales Kinesiologiae 2020; Vol 11 No 2: 131-144