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undefined, "Quand l'Histoire fictionnelle prédit l'avenir", Littérature et Histoire, Ain Sokhna, 3 avril 2015, Submitted.
hamid, A. Y. Z., M. A. Nada, A.M.Nawito, and undefined, Assessment of mixed forearm conduction velocity in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, , Submitted.
Ezzat, H., M. Samir, S. Alamir, and undefined, "comparative study of two protocol of body reduction among a females medical sciences students of Dammam university", journal of international academic research for multidisciplinary, vol. 4, issue 4, pp. 97-108, Submitted.
Ezzat, D. H. M., D..M. Samir, and undefined, "COMPARING BETWEEN TWO PROTOCOLS OF WEIGHT REDUCTION AMONG APPLIED MEDICAL SCIENCE FEMALE STUDENTS AT UNIVERSITY OF DAMMAM ", JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC RESEARCH FOR MULTIDISCIPLINARY , vol. 4, issue 4, pp. 97-106, Submitted.
Ezzat, D. H. M., D..M. Samir, and undefined, "COMPARING BETWEEN TWO PROTOCOLS OF WEIGHT REDUCTION AMONG APPLIED MEDICAL SCIENCE FEMALE STUDENTS AT UNIVERSITY OF DAMMAM ", JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC RESEARCH FOR MULTIDISCIPLINARY , vol. 4, issue 4, pp. 97-106, Submitted.
Halim, M. Z. A. E., P. D. F. A. R. A. Gawad, D. A. A. E. E. Rizk, and undefined, EFFECT OF AMIODARONE ON THE LUNG OF ADULT MALE ALBINO RAT AND THE POSSIBLE PROTECTIVE ROLE OF VITAMIN E: A HISTOLOGICAL AND ULTRASTRUCTURAL STUDY, , cairo, cairo university faculty of medicine, Submitted.
amr mostafa, mahmoud abdel hakim, amr abdel hakim, and undefined, laparoscopic ureteroneocystostomy, initial experience, , pp. F-1.5, Submitted. Abstractpaper_1.pdf

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University, A. R. M. A. P. P. N. C. /, S. A. - R. M. A. P. P. N. C. / University, and L. Y. A. S. L. P. N. M. University, "Mothers versus Pediatric Nurses’ Attitude Regarding Mothers’ Presence during Invasive Nursing Procedures for Their Hospitalized Children", Life Science Journal 2013;, vol. 10(3), issue (ISSN: 1097-8135)., pp. 379-388], Submitted. 057_19594life1003_379_388.pdf
Negi, T., H. Mizunaga, K. Asamori, K. Umeda, B. Gu, G. Liang, Z. Li, B. Kim, J. Byun, S. J. Seol, et al., EXPLORATION GEOPHYSICS, , Submitted. Abstract
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Bhangu, A., A. O. Ademuyiwa, M. L. Aguilera, P. Alexander, S. W. Al-Saqqa, G. Borda-Luque, A. Costas-Chavarri, T. M. Drake, F. Ntirenganya, E. J. Fitzgerald, et al., "Surgical site infection after gastrointestinal surgery in high-income, middle-income, and low-income countries: a prospective, international, multicentre cohort study", The Lancet Infectious DiseasesThe Lancet Infectious Diseases: Elsevier, Submitted. AbstractWebsite

BackgroundSurgical site infection (SSI) is one of the most common infections associated with health care, but its importance as a global health priority is not fully understood. We quantified the burden of SSI after gastrointestinal surgery in countries in all parts of the world.BackgroundSurgical site infection (SSI) is one of the most common infections associated with health care, but its importance as a global health priority is not fully understood. We quantified the burden of SSI after gastrointestinal surgery in countries in all parts of the world.

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Khoweiled, A. A., O. R. Ibrahim, N. M. Madbouly, W. A. Rabie, and undefined, Tumor Necrosis Factor Receptor in Egyptian Patients with Bipolar Disorder during mania: A Case Controlled Study, , Egypt, Cairo university, In Press. abstract.pdf
2022
Lackner, M., S. G. de Hoog, L. Yang, L. F. Moreno, S. A. Ahmed, F. Andreas, J. Kaltseis, M. Nagl, C. Lass-Flörl, B. Risslegger, et al., Correction to: Proposed nomenclature for Pseudallescheria, Scedosporium and related genera, , vol. 113, issue 1, pp. 193 - 194, 2022. AbstractWebsite
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Yang, Q., M. Zhang, H. A. Alwathnani, M. Usman, B. A. Mohamed, A. E. - F. Abomohra, and E. - S. Salama, Cultivation of Freshwater Microalgae in Wastewater Under High Salinity for Biomass, Nutrients Removal, and Fatty Acids/Biodiesel Production, , 2022. AbstractWebsite

Microalgae show growth and fatty acids (FAs) accumulation up to a certain level which is dependent on species and type of cultivation conditions. Application of abiotic stress on microalgae can induce nutrient uptake and enhance biocomponent accumulation.

Méndez-Sánchez, N., E. Bugianesi, R. G. Gish, F. Lammert, H. Tilg, M. H. Nguyen, S. K. Sarin, N. Fabrellas, S. Zelber-Sagi, J. - G. Fan, et al., "Global multi-stakeholder endorsement of the MAFLD definition", The Lancet Gastroenterology & HepatologyThe Lancet Gastroenterology & Hepatology, vol. 7, issue 5: Elsevier, pp. 388 - 390, 2022. AbstractWebsite
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Yacoub, A. S., H. O. Ammar, M. Ibrahim, S. M. Mansour, and undefined, "Artificial intelligence-assisted development of insitu forming nanoparticles for arthritis therapy via intra-articular delivery", Drug Delivery , vol. 29, issue 1, pp. 1423–1436, 2022.
El-Beltagi, H. S., A. Rizvi, B. Ahmed, J. Lee, M. S. Khan, and S. Umar, "Bioprospecting Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria for Enhancing the Biological Properties and Phytochemical Composition of Medicinally Important Crops", Molecules, vol. 27, issue 4, pp. 1407, 2022.
Putman, M., K. Kennedy, E. Sirotich, J. W. Liew, S. E. Sattui, T. T. Moni, A. A. Akpabio, D. Alpizar-Rodriguez, S. Angevare, R. P. Beesley, et al., "COVID-19 vaccine perceptions and uptake: results from the COVID-19 Global Rheumatology Alliance Vaccine Survey.", The Lancet. Rheumatology, vol. 4, issue 4, pp. e237-e240, 2022.
Ahmad, M., M. T. Qureshi, W. Rehman, N. H. Alotaibi, A. Gul, R. A. S. Hameed, M. Al Elaimi, M. F. H. Abd El-kader, M. Nawaz, and R. Ullah, "Enhanced photocatalytic degradation of RhB dye from aqueous solution by biogenic catalyst Ag@ ZnO", Journal of Alloys and Compounds, vol. 895: Elsevier, pp. 162636, 2022. Abstract
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Ahmad, I., M. Ullah, M. Alkafafy, N. Ahmed, S. F. Mahmoud, K. Sohail, H. Ullah, W. M. Ghoneem, M. M. Ahmed, and S. Sayed, "Identification of the economics, composition, and supplementation of maggot meal in broiler production. ", Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences, vol. 29, issue 6, pp. 103277, 2022.
on Collaborative, G. H. R. G. C. ’s N. - C. D., "Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on patients with paediatric cancer in low-income, middle-income and high-income countries: a multicentre, international, observational cohort study", BMJ Open, vol. 12, no. 4: British Medical Journal Publishing Group, 2022. AbstractWebsite

Objectives Paediatric cancer is a leading cause of death for children. Children in low-income and middle-income countries (LMICs) were four times more likely to die than children in high-income countries (HICs). This study aimed to test the hypothesis that the COVID-19 pandemic had affected the delivery of healthcare services worldwide, and exacerbated the disparity in paediatric cancer outcomes between LMICs and HICs.Design A multicentre, international, collaborative cohort study.Setting 91 hospitals and cancer centres in 39 countries providing cancer treatment to paediatric patients between March and December 2020.Participants Patients were included if they were under the age of 18 years, and newly diagnosed with or undergoing active cancer treatment for Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, Hodgkin lymphoma, Wilms’ tumour, sarcoma, retinoblastoma, gliomas, medulloblastomas or neuroblastomas, in keeping with the WHO Global Initiative for Childhood Cancer.Main outcome measure All-cause mortality at 30 days and 90 days.Results 1660 patients were recruited. 219 children had changes to their treatment due to the pandemic. Patients in LMICs were primarily affected (n=182/219, 83.1%). Relative to patients with paediatric cancer in HICs, patients with paediatric cancer in LMICs had 12.1 (95% CI 2.93 to 50.3) and 7.9 (95% CI 3.2 to 19.7) times the odds of death at 30 days and 90 days, respectively, after presentation during the COVID-19 pandemic (p<0.001). After adjusting for confounders, patients with paediatric cancer in LMICs had 15.6 (95% CI 3.7 to 65.8) times the odds of death at 30 days (p<0.001).Conclusions The COVID-19 pandemic has affected paediatric oncology service provision. It has disproportionately affected patients in LMICs, highlighting and compounding existing disparities in healthcare systems globally that need addressing urgently. However, many patients with paediatric cancer continued to receive their normal standard of care. This speaks to the adaptability and resilience of healthcare systems and healthcare workers globally.Data are available on reasonable request. Deidentified date will be shared on request.

Ali, J., I. Jan, H. Ullah, N. Ahmed, M. Alam, R. Ullah, M. El-Sharnouby, H. Kesba, M. Shukry, Samy Sayed, et al., "Influence of Ascophyllum nodosum Extract Foliar Spray on the Physiological and Biochemical Attributes of Okra under Drought Stress", Plants, vol. 11, issue 790, 2022. plants-11-00790.pdf
U, A., A. SI, A. SS, H. M, R. A, R. M, Y. M, B. MQ, B. SA, and R. MA, "Influence of Phytase with Or without Organic Acid (Sodium Di-Formate) Supplementation on Growth Performance, Carcass Response, Protein and Mineral Digestibility in Starter Phase of Broilers", Brazilian Journal of Poultry Science, vol. 24, issue 1, pp. 01-10, 2022. brazilian.pdf
Kalantar-Zadeh, K., M. B. Lockwood, C. M. Rhee, E. Tantisattamo, S. Andreoli, A. Balducci, P. Laffin, T. Harris, R. Knight, L. Kumaraswami, et al., "Patient-centred approaches for the management of unpleasant symptoms in kidney disease.", Nature reviews. Nephrology, 2022. Abstract

Patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) frequently experience unpleasant symptoms. These can be gastrointestinal (constipation, nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea), psychological (anxiety and sadness), neurological (lightheadedness, headache and numbness), cardiopulmonary (shortness of breath and oedema), dermatological (pruritus and dry skin), painful (muscle cramps, chest pain and abdominal pain) or involve sexual dysfunction, sleep disorders and fatigue. These symptoms often occur in clusters, with one of them as the lead symptom and others as secondary symptoms. Uraemic toxins (also called uremic toxins) are often considered to be the main cause of CKD-associated symptom burden, but treatment of uraemia by dialysis often fails to resolve them and can engender additional symptoms. Indeed, symptoms can be exacerbated by comorbid conditions, pharmacotherapies, lifestyle and dietary regimens, kidney replacement therapy and ageing. Patients with kidney disease, including those who depend on dialysis or transplantation, should feel actively supported in their symptom management through the identification and targeting of unpleasant symptoms via a tailored palliative care approach. Such an approach may help minimize the burden and consequences of kidney disease, and lead to improved patient outcomes including health-related quality of life and better life participation.

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