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Elbalawy, Y. M., A. Atteya, waleed t.mansour, and A. A. A. elkader, EFFICACY OF PULSED ELECTROMAGNETIC THERAPY IN CASES OF CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME, : Cairo University , 2010.
ZIETHAR, M. O. N. A. M. A., I. S. Waked, R. O. K. A. I. A. A. TOSON, and R. A. G. A. B. A. A. SHERIF, "Endermologie versus low level laser therapy on postmastectomy lymphedema", Medical Journal of Cairo University , vol. 89, issue September , Cairo , pp. 1359-1366, Submitted. mjcu_volume_89_issue_september_pages_1359-1366.pdf
Abdelrahman, H. M., Evaluation of compost as peat substitute in growing media for organic melon seedlings production, , Valenzano, Bari, Italy, Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Bari, 2008. Abstracthamada_abderahman_egypt_final.pdf

Two types of compost were produced: green waste compost (GWC) and mixed waste compost (MWC). GWC was composed of green wastes while MWC was composed of green wastes and animal manure. Both composts have alkaline pH, acceptable salinity content, low C/N ratio. Humification indices and IsoElectroFocusing (IEF) were used to describe the evolution of organic matter during composting. Humified carbon has increased for both compost but with a higher percentage for GWC. IEF profiles for both composts were similar and they did not provide further interpretation. A greenhouse trial was carried out to evaluate peat substitutability at 30, 50 and 70% compost on melon seedlings growth. Compost addition has affected chemical and physical properties of the mixes. Biometric parameters and shoot content of nutrients were measured. The results obtained showed that peat could be substituted with 30% of both composts. Moreover MWC could successfully replace peat with a percentage up to 70%.

Taha, Y. M., Evaluation of Erythroid Marrow function in malignant patients under chemotherapy, , Cairo, National Cancer Institute- Cairo University, 1995.
Mahmoude.E.Sh, Kubesy.A.A., Salem.N.Y., and Torad.F.A., Evaluation of inhaled therapy for some respiratory diseases of dogs, , Cairo, Cairo, 2015. 1_cover__abstractded_ackn._supervision..pdf
doaa abdeltawab turki, khaled ali awad elsamahy, gehan mohamed kamal, and ghada mohamed nabil, Evaluation of ultrasound guided rectus sheath block as a part of perioperative analgesia for midline and paramedian abdominal incision in cancer patients, , Giza, Cairo univ, 2016.
Karam, E., M. S. Temerak, and W. Kortam, Factors affecting the switching behaviour for mobile service users in Egypt, , Giza, Cairo University, 2014.
al-shaimaa mahmoud, shereen fathi, hassan hosni, and mohamed soliman el tamawy, factors predicting epilepsy control in epileptic patients, , cairo, kasrelaini, 2011.
Abdelazim, O. A. A., Five Years Experience with the Gastric Tube Esophagoplasty at Cairo University Specialized Pediatric Hospital from 2011 to 2015, , Cairo, Cairo University, 2016. Abstract

Background:
Esophageal replacement in children is indicated in cases of esophageal atresia with or without fistula, in case of long gap esophageal atresia or failed primary repair. Intractable postcorrosive esophageal stricture is considered also a major indication for replacement.

Methods:
We reviewed esophageal replacement cases by gastric tube carried out in our department between 2011 and 2015. We reported 50 patients (30 boys and 20 girls) there ages ranged from 7 months to 9 years. Esophageal atresia cases were 27 while caustic esophageal stricture cases were 23. Isoperistaltic gastric tube technique was done in 45 patients while antiperistaltic (reversed) gastric tube technique was done in 5 cases. Retrosternal route was chosen in 38 patients while transhiatal route was chosen in 12 patients.

Results:
Leakage and stricture were the most common complications. We had 5 cases of mortality, which were caused mainly by chest related complications. We had excellent to good results during long term follow up in terms of weight gain, swallowing pattern, quality of life, and overall satisfaction

Conclusion:
Gastric tube is a satisfactory surgical method for esophageal replacement in children.

El-Setouhy, D. A., M. A. El-Nabarawi, and saadia ahmed tayal, formulation and evaluation of ketorolac tromethamine form certain fast release dosage forms, , Cairo, Cairo, 2006.
Tawfik, R., Good Governance and Development in Africa: An Analysis of the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD), , Cairo, M.SC Thesis, Cairo University, 2005. Abstract

The study analyses the relationship between good governance and development in the framework of the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD). It proposes that the objective assessment of NEPAD will lead to a conclusion that, similar to previous development initiatives, it holds promising prospects despite its defects. Its African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) may open a debate on the requirements and indicators of good governance in Africa, and represent a tool for collective pressure for promoting good governance in Africa. While it adopts the neo-liberal framework of International Financial Institutions, NEPAD proposes a partnership between the state, private sector, and civil society for achieving development in Africa. Judging NEPAD's contribution to African development depends on its implementation in the coming years.

may gamal ashour, asmaa aly hassan, mervat hassan el naggar, and A. N. Taher, image guided brachytherapy, , Giza, Cairo univ , 2012.
Taha, Y. M., The impact of Confucian Culture on Chinese Foreign Policy, , Giza, Cairo University, 2010. Abstract.doc
Taha, Y. M., The impact of Confucian Culture on Chinese Foreign Policy, , Giza, Cairo University, 2010. Abstract.doc
madney, Y., L. Shalby, M. Elshafy, H. Taha, and M. Elwakeel, Impact of lung biopsy in diagnosis and management of pulmonary infiltrates in pediatric malignancies, , Cairo, Cairo universty , 2012.
Taha, M. H. N., Improving QoS of Data Transmission over Wireless Sensor Networks, , Cairo, Cairo University, 2013. Abstractmnasrtaha_phd_thesis

Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) consist of sensor nodes that are spatially distributed. These sensor nodes are connected to each other through wireless technology. They are an important emerging technology that will revolutionize sensing for a wide range of military, scientific, industrial and civilian applications. In many WSN applications, the sensor nodes are deployed in an ad hoc style without careful any pre-planning and engineering. Once deployed, the sensor nodes must have the ability to autonomously organize themselves into a wireless communication network.

New packet scheduling schemes have been developed for real-time data communication. These schemes work on prioritizing packets according to their deadlines. Packet prioritizing cannot support real time applications or assure network lifetime. In extreme traffic environments, large queues may lead to packet delay and packet dropping. Packet dropping leads to energy loss, as a packet could have consumed high energy in order to be delivered to its destination.

The continuous decrease in the size and cost of sensors has motivated intensive research addressing the potential of collaboration among sensors in data. Current research on routing and scheduling in wireless sensor networks focused on energy aware protocols to maximize the lifetime of the network. These researches are scalable to accommodate a large number of sensor nodes. In addition, they are tolerant to sensor damage and battery exhaustion. Sensor networks are deployed to gather information for later analysis, monitoring or tracking of phenomena in real-time.
In WSNs, transmitted packets are queued at intermediate nodes. Each node schedules the queued packets by assigning priorities to each packet. Priorities are assigned to packets according to their deadlines. This method in packet prioritization does not take into consideration either the network life time or energy consumption. Besides, it may lead to dropping high energy valuable packets. In many applications, WSN lifetime is considered a very critical issue, while setting up the network.

In this thesis, a new scheduling scheme, named Energy Based Scheduling scheme is introduced. In this scheme, packets are not only prioritized according to their deadlines but also according to some energy measures related to the network, that are obtained from the network nodes and are used in packet prioritization. The proposed scheme is integrated with the AODV routing protocol. The unused bits in the AODV packets are used by the proposed scheme in assigning sending priorities to each packet in the network. Through this thesis, the proposed scheduling scheme is compared with the Basic Priority Scheduling scheme, using NS-2. Comparisons are done according the network life time, energy consumption and the fairness index measure. The results prove that the Energy Based scheduling scheme increase the network life time and decrease the energy consumption for the goodput packets. On the other hand, the fairness index was affected.