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adel badr, " أثر خامتى السلك والحديد فى تطوير التمثال الشعبى"., , Cairo, المكتبة الموسيقية بدار الأوبرا المصرية., pp. بحث منظر لمعرض فردى لإنتاج فنى – مجسمات.., Submitted.
adel badr, " تبادلية العلاقة بين الجدر والأشكال المجسمة وأثرها فى صياغة منحوتات معاصرة "., : مـــركز محمود سعــيد الثقافى بالاســكــندرية, pp. بحث منظر لمعرض فردى لإنتاج فنى – مجسمات..., 2013.
adel badr, " ترميم التماثيل والأعمال الميدانية "., , Cairo, ترميم النصب التذكارى لشهداء جامعة القاهرة. ., pp. بحث ميدانى ـ فردى, Submitted.
adel badr, " ثنــــائيات ... فى الخـــامة ... وفى التعـــــبير "., , Cairo, قاعة طيف للفنون كلية التربية النوعية جامعة القاهرة., pp. بحث منظر لمعرض فردى لإنتاج فنى – مجسمات..., 2012.
adel badr, " جدلية الواقع والخيال فى العمل الفنى "., , Cairo, قاعة حسين بيكار - نقابة الصحفيين., pp. بحث معرض فردى لإنتاج فنى – مجسمات نحتية., 2005.
adel badr, " فاعلية البناء الخطى - تعبير فراغى "., , Cairo, قصر الأمير طازـ صندوق التنمية الثقافية., pp. بحث منظر لمعرض فردى لإنتاج فنى – مجسمات., 2007.
Audiovisual
Alfaar, A. S., M. S. Bakry, M. Kamal, S. Ezzat, I. Zaky, H. Taha, A. Ismail, and S. Abouelnaga, "Accelerating Innovation in Outcomes and Quality of Care Research Through Integration of Clinical Databases; Pediatric Oncology Experience in Egypt", American Society of Clinical Oncology, Chicago, ASCO - JCO, 2014. Abstract

Background: Children’s Cancer Hospital -Egypt was established to serve as the country major referral center. Within 6 years the hospital has received 13,865 patients with cancer among 19,744 screened ones. With this rapidly growing number the hospital looked for developing a reliable method for examining the quality of care and supporting health services research as an emerging field in the country. The aim of this paper is to describe the role of integrating several databases in providing a 360 view for healthcare picture. Methods: We have developed an online cancer registry database using RedCap data capture system to gather patients data from different sources. This database was integrated with the electronic medical records to share new patients data instantaneously. Two nurses were trained to curate the database daily and act as human quality control gateway. Cancer registry provided data about 19,927 patients were examined between 2007 and 2013. The second aspect was provided by digitizing and Optical Character Recognition of 12,573 pathology paper-based reports. Pathology reports were analysed electronically to extract dates, initial and final diagnoses, gross and microscopic pictures and markers used for diagnosis. A third aspect was added to the model by mining Radiology Information System database to extract 258,632 studies for all patients. Radiological studies were organized to show the type of investigation, time needed and outcome. Results: A unified comprehensive new database was developed showing uncountable number of quality of care indices and correlations between different initial and final timepoints. Those indicators included delay of diagnosis, reporting and difference in outcomes correlated with epidemiological aspects. The time used to develop this database was two weeks in the first time. A standard operating procedures was developed to decrease time during future updates. Conclusions: Accelerated pathway to research can be acquired in any settings including unprivileged low-middle income countries via structured reporting, integration between different databases and using simple information technology skills.

Alfaar, A. S., R. Nour, M. Kamal, S. Ezzat, and M. S. Bakry, "Automating clinical protocol monitoring: a model from developing countries.", European Multidisciplinary Cancer Congress, Amsterdam, Elsevier, 2013. Abstract
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Alfaar, A. S., M. S. Bakry, and S. Ezzat, "Childhood Orbital, Ocular and Optic nerve tumors in Egypt ", ARVO Annual Meeting 2014, Orlando, Florida, 2014. Abstract

Purpose: Our aim is to study the incidence of different ocular, orbital and optic nerve tumors in childhood age group (between 0-18 years old) in the largest Egyptian pediatric oncology referral center and correlate the features of each disease and its survival outcomes.

Methods: Institutional cancer registry database was reviewed for patients who presented with orbital tumors as a primary site of involvement between July 2007 and November 2013. REDCap (Research Electronic Data Capture) system was used for data collection and organization. Integration between clinical information system and RedCap was established for real-time registry updating. Relevant ICD-O-3 topography codes were used to identify the sites. Data were presented in terms of frequencies and percentages. Other demographic properties were presented. Survival was demonstrated using kaplan-meier curves.

Results: Among 7277 patients presented with different childhood tumors 425 had the mentioned lesions. Males were affected more than females. Retinoblastoma, Astrocytomas of optic nerve and Rhabdomyosarcoma of orbit were the most frequent tumors. Mean age of retinoblastoma cases was 1.4 years while it was higher in other diseases except germ cell tumors. We've presented correlations of our findings with the current Egyptian population-based cancer registry and previous results from Cancer in five continents report. Overall Survival of Retinoblastoma was 95.4% while it was better in Germ cell tumors and less in all other tumor categories. Orbital bones masses were hard to identify due to the broad classification in current ICD-O topography coding.

Conclusions: Childhood orbital tumors distribution was similar to international publications except increased incidence of orbital lymphomas. Special attention should be paid to updating the ICD-O classification system to present different skull bones

Bakry, M. S., M. Kamal, S. Ezzat, and A. S. AlFaar, "Integrating Web-based Real-time Analysis System with Clinical Research Database Facilitates Interim Analysis.", European Multidisciplinary Cancer Congress, Stockholm, ElSevier., pp. p. 2.163, 2011. Abstract
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Alfaar, A. S., R. Nour, M. Kamal, M. S. Bakry, and S. Ezzat, "Retinoblastoma Clinical Research in Egypt, 5 years experience.", International Society of Genetic Eye Diseases and Retinoblastoma meeting., Gent, Belgium, 2013. Abstract

Introduction and purpose: Institution-lead clinical research is a systematic effort for understanding diseases and its management in relation to local situation and needs. In Egypt, Children’s Cancer Hospital Egypt has initiated a clinical research program that aims at standardising treatment protocols for different diseases including Retinoblastoma. The aim of this study is to present the steps we’ve conducted, specific challenges we’ve faced, key performance indicators that we’ve designed and achievements we have accomplished. Methods: During the evolution of this program we’ve tracked events and progress in the retinoblastoma program over an online shared application. This was reported on observational basis by research team for practices of clinical, pharmacy, nursing and other supporting teams beside research team itself. Retinoblastoma Research Team has used shared online documents for facilitating collaborative building of reports. Results: Between July 2007 and and July 2012 we’ve adopted 5 treatment protocols. We’ve enrolled 250 patients over those protocols. Follow-up of challenges revealed different factors related to nature of the retinoblastoma disease and management, knowledge of clinical and research teams, settings in developing countries and factors related to registration and follow-up of huge numbers of patients. Physicians were engaged in the program through weekly discussions and tumour board meetings. We’ve implemented a tailored training program for nurses and pharmacists about the disease and treatment protocols. The research team has developed an online protocols portal to disseminate the latest versions of treatment roadmaps to clinical management teams. We succeeded to integrate a real-time follow-up system that reports full picture of the performance of retinoblastoma patients. Significance: This model represents an example for facilitating the transformation into clinical research in developing countries with the aid of international best practices and information technology tools. The paper represents a blueprint for other institutions in low resource countries to integrate its unique knowledge about the disease and its response into practice.

Book
Badawy, M. A. E., M. A. E. Hamid, and Y. A. E. salam, correlates of missed nursing care in medical intensive care units, : German, lumbert academic publishing , ., 2014. screenshot_from_2014-12-15_08_53_49_0.png
Brown, W., R. Malveau, H. McCormick, and T. Mowbray, Anti-patterns: {Refactoring} {Software} {Architectures} and {Projects} in {Crisis}, , Chichester, Wiley, 1998. Abstract

similar patterns that had failed: a kind of negative precedent studies.

Abo-el-Ata, G. A., M. Ibrahim, F. Katreeb, M. Al-Nahaas, and M. Ben-Aebaa, Arab Guidelines for Lists of Occupational Diseases, , Damascus, Syria, Arab Labour Organization- Arab Institute of Occupational Health and Safety, 2002.
Bahgaat, N. K., and M. A. M. Hassan, "Automatic voltage regulator system tuning using swarm intelligence techniques", Advances in System Dynamics and Control, pp. 232-252, 2018. AbstractWebsite
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Nassef, M., A. Badr, and I. Farag, BOOK: Exploring the Referentially-compressed Genomes: Advantages and Challenges, : LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2015. Abstract

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Khattab, A., D. Perkins, and M. Bayoumi, Cognitive Radio Networks, : Springer New York, 2013. Abstract
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Borovitz, I., and S. Neumann, Computer {Systems} {Performance} {Evaluation}, {Criteria}, {Measurement}, {Techniques} and {Costs}, , Lexington, Massachusetts, Heath, 1980. Abstract
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El-Ramady, H. R., Abdel Aziz Belal, S. M. El-Marsafawy, S. A. Shehata, S. Z. A. Yehia, and E. - S. B. Belal, Contemporary Environmental Readings Volume 1 Climate Change A Blessing or a Curse for Agriculture, , Germany, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing , 2012.
Badawy, M. A. E., M. A. E. Hamid, and Y. A. E. salam, correlates of missed nursing care in medical intensive care units, , German, lumbert academic publishing , 2014. screenshot_from_2014-12-15_08_53_49.png
Badawy, M. A. E., M. A. Hamid, and Y. A. Salam, Correlates of missed nursing care in Medical intensive care units: Factors contributing to errors of omission, , Deutschland/ Germany, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2014.
Salama, F., M. M. Abd El-Ghani, and K. Baayo, Desert vegetation along western Mediterranean coast of Egypt, : Lambert Academic Publishing, 2014. book_on_western_med_coast.jpg
medhat khafagy, A. Mayla, A. Khafagy, M. Gadalla, A. Orabi, W. A. Gawad, N. Baraya, G. Emira, and M. El-Dweik, Drop of post-operative infection after pre-operative vaccination with anaerobic toxoids (a clinical study of 445 patients)., , 2016/04/01. Abstract

Background: After a successful experiment in rats with anaerobic vaccine in combating peritonitis in the model of ceacal ligation and puncture to prevent sudden death, it was decided to undergo a clinical study. Material and methods: 445 patients who underwent major and semimajor operations were vaccinated each with 0.25 mL of covexin 10 before operation. Results: Infection of the wounds occurred in 24 of 445 patients (5.4 %). Infection occurred in 7 of 202 who underwent breast operations, mostly for breast cancer including axillary dissection (3.5 %). Infection occurred in 2 of 50 who underwent major operation for colorectal cancer (4%). 3 of 43 patients who underwent major operation for urinary bladder cancer developed wound infection (7.0%). Other operations for other sites were associated with a low incidence of wound infection compared to historical control. Although, it was a large series of major operations, not a single case developed multiple organ failure syndrome. Discussion: Because of success of anaerobic vaccination in combating post-operative wound infection, we recommend that researchers in this field to start similar clinical trials. Because multiple organ dysfunction syndrome was not encountered in this series, a possible etiology of the syndrome may be due to toxins released from anaerobic sepsis in small bowl. Conclusion: Vaccination with anaerobic vaccine was successful in reducing post-operative wound infection to about half of historical control. Key words: wound infection, anaerobic vaccine, and anaerobic infection. No. S19/P4, page 90, Microbiology Society Annual Conference 2016, Liverpool, UK.

Abdel Aziz, M. S. E. D., M. Elsamahy, M. A. M. Hassan, and F. M. A. Bendary, "Enhancement of turbo- generators phase backup protection using adaptive neuro fuzzy inference system", Fuzzy Systems: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, vol. 2-3, pp. 835-854, 2017. AbstractWebsite
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