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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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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
2023
Guddati, M., T. Roy, A. M. Elmeliegy, and M. W. Urban, Shear wave elastography: From dispersion matching to full waveform inversion, , vol. 153, issue 3_supplement, pp. A265 - A265, 2023/03/01. AbstractWebsite

Shear Wave Elastography (SWE) involves estimating mechanical properties through inversion, i.e., matching measured and simulated propagation characteristics of shear waves in the tissue. The accuracy of the estimated properties depends significantly on the specific characteristics/responses that are being matched. These could range from simple group velocity to dispersion curves and to full-wave response (particle velocity measurements). Using specific applications of arterial, liver, and tumor elstography, we illustrate that effective SWE is performed by resorting to an inversion approach, or combination of inversion approaches, guided by the underlying physics. To this end, we present inversion approaches ranging from matching dispersion characteristics to matching full waveform responses and provide rationale for choosing the appropriate technique(s) depending on the problem at hand.

Kachapila, M., M. Monahan, A. O. Ademuyiwa, Y. M. Adinoyi, B. M. Biccard, C. George, D. N. Ghosh, J. Glasbey, D. G. Morton, O. Osayomwanbo, et al., Exploring the cost-effectiveness of high versus low perioperative fraction of inspired oxygen in the prevention of surgical site infections among abdominal surgery patients in three low- and middle-income countries, , vol. 7, pp. 100207, 2023. AbstractWebsite

BackgroundThis study assessed the potential cost-effectiveness of high (80–100%) vs low (21–35%) fraction of inspired oxygen (FiO2) at preventing surgical site infections (SSIs) after abdominal surgery in Nigeria, India, and South Africa.
Methods
Decision-analytic models were constructed using best available evidence sourced from unbundled data of an ongoing pilot trial assessing the effectiveness of high FiO2, published literature, and a cost survey in Nigeria, India, and South Africa. Effectiveness was measured as percentage of SSIs at 30 days after surgery, a healthcare perspective was adopted, and costs were reported in US dollars ($).
Results
High FiO2 may be cost-effective (cheaper and effective). In Nigeria, the average cost for high FiO2 was $216 compared with $222 for low FiO2 leading to a −$6 (95% confidence interval [CI]: −$13 to −$1) difference in costs. In India, the average cost for high FiO2 was $184 compared with $195 for low FiO2 leading to a −$11 (95% CI: −$15 to −$6) difference in costs. In South Africa, the average cost for high FiO2 was $1164 compared with $1257 for low FiO2 leading to a −$93 (95% CI: −$132 to −$65) difference in costs. The high FiO2 arm had few SSIs, 7.33% compared with 8.38% for low FiO2, leading to a −1.05 (95% CI: −1.14 to −0.90) percentage point reduction in SSIs.
Conclusion
High FiO2 could be cost-effective at preventing SSIs in the three countries but further data from large clinical trials are required to confirm this.

Adel, S., R. H. Fahmy, I. Elsayed, M. I. Mohamed, and undefined, "Fabrication and optimization of itraconazole-loaded zein-based nanoparticles in coated capsules as a promising colon-targeting approach pursuing opportunistic fungal infections", Drug Deliv Transl Res . 2023 Jun 3. , vol. 6, issue 3, pp. doi: 10.1007/s13346-023-01365-0, 2023.
Khaled, M. M., A. M. Ibrahium, A. I. Abdelgalil, M. A. El-Saied, and undefined, Regenerative Strategies in Treatment of Peripheral Nerve Injuries in Different Animal Models, , Egypt, 2023.
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.

Kluyts, H. - L., G. J. Bedwell, A. G. Bedada, T. Fadalla, A. Hewitt-Smith, B. A. Mbwele, B. Mrara, A. Omigbodun, J. Omoshoro-Jones, E. W. Turton, et al., Determining the Minimum Dataset for Surgical Patients in Africa: A Delphi Study, , 2022. AbstractWebsite

It is often difficult for clinicians in African low- and middle-income countries middle-income countries to access useful aggregated data to identify areas for quality improvement. The aim of this Delphi study was to develop a standardised perioperative dataset for use in a registry.

Glasbey, J. C., T. E. F. Abbott, A. Ademuyiwa, A. Adisa, E. Alameer, S. Alshryda, A. P. Arnaud, B. Bankhead-Kendall, M. K. Abou Chaar, D. Chaudhry, et al., Elective surgery system strengthening: development, measurement, and validation of the surgical preparedness index across 1632 hospitals in 119 countries, , vol. 400, issue 10363, pp. 1607 - 1617, 2022. AbstractWebsite

SummaryBackground
The 2015 Lancet Commission on global surgery identified surgery and anaesthesia as indispensable parts of holistic health-care systems. However, COVID-19 exposed the fragility of planned surgical services around the world, which have also been neglected in pandemic recovery planning. This study aimed to develop and validate a novel index to support local elective surgical system strengthening and address growing backlogs.
Methods
First, we performed an international consultation through a four-stage consensus process to develop a multidomain index for hospital-level assessment (surgical preparedness index; SPI). Second, we measured surgical preparedness across a global network of hospitals in high-income countries (HICs), middle-income countries (MICs), and low-income countries (LICs) to explore the distribution of the SPI at national, subnational, and hospital levels. Finally, using COVID-19 as an example of an external system shock, we compared hospitals' SPI to their planned surgical volume ratio (SVR; ie, operations for which the decision for surgery was made before hospital admission), calculated as the ratio of the observed surgical volume over a 1-month assessment period between June 6 and Aug 5, 2021, against the expected surgical volume based on hospital administrative data from the same period in 2019 (ie, a pre-pandemic baseline). A linear mixed-effects regression model was used to determine the effect of increasing SPI score.
Findings
In the first phase, from a longlist of 103 candidate indicators, 23 were prioritised as core indicators of elective surgical system preparedness by 69 clinicians (23 [33%] women; 46 [67%] men; 41 from HICs, 22 from MICs, and six from LICs) from 32 countries. The multidomain SPI included 11 indicators on facilities and consumables, two on staffing, two on prioritisation, and eight on systems. Hospitals were scored from 23 (least prepared) to 115 points (most prepared). In the second phase, surgical preparedness was measured in 1632 hospitals by 4714 clinicians from 119 countries. 745 (45·6%) of 1632 hospitals were in MICs or LICs. The mean SPI score was 84·5 (95% CI 84·1–84·9), which varied between HIC (88·5 [89·0–88·0]), MIC (81·8 [82·5–81·1]), and LIC (66·8 [64·9–68·7]) settings. In the third phase, 1217 (74·6%) hospitals did not maintain their expected SVR during the COVID-19 pandemic, of which 625 (51·4%) were from HIC, 538 (44·2%) from MIC, and 54 (4·4%) from LIC settings. In the mixed-effects model, a 10-point increase in SPI corresponded to a 3·6% (95% CI 3·0–4·1; p<0·0001) increase in SVR. This was consistent in HIC (4·8% [4·1–5·5]; p<0·0001), MIC (2·8 [2·0–3·7]; p<0·0001), and LIC (3·8 [1·3–6·7%]; p<0·0001) settings.
Interpretation
The SPI contains 23 indicators that are globally applicable, relevant across different system stressors, vary at a subnational level, and are collectable by front-line teams. In the case study of COVID-19, a higher SPI was associated with an increased planned surgical volume ratio independent of country income status, COVID-19 burden, and hospital type. Hospitals should perform annual self-assessment of their surgical preparedness to identify areas that can be improved, create resilience in local surgical systems, and upscale capacity to address elective surgery backlogs.
Funding
National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Global Health Research Unit on Global Surgery, NIHR Academy, Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland, Bowel Research UK, British Association of Surgical Oncology, British Gynaecological Cancer Society, and Medtronic.

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.
Ibrahim, K. A., M. O. N. A. T. KASHEF, T. R. Elkhamissy, M. A. Ramadan, and undefined, "Aspartate α-decarboxylase a new therapeutic target in the fght against Helicobacter pylori infection", Frontiers in Microbiology, vol. 13, pp. 1019666., 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.
Elserty, N., S. M. Abdelmageed, D. I. N. A. O. T. H. M. A. N. S. H. O. K. R. I. MORSIGALAL, E. M. A. N. WAGDY, and undefined, "Carry over effect of different cervical mobilization techniques on shoulder muscle strength in rotator cuff tendinitis patients: A randomized control trial", Polska, issue 3, 2022.