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wahab, S. A. - M., "Effect of hot water treatments on decay , quality , storage and shelf life of " Canino " apricot and " Florda Prince " peach fruits .", Annals of Agric. Sci., Moshtohor, vol. 45, issue 1, pp. 257-276, 2007. Abstract
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Wahaba, M. A. S., H. Fathy, R. Ismail, and N. Mahmoud, Recurrent epistaxis in children: When should we suspect coagulopathy?, , 2014. Abstract

Objective
The objective of this study was to evaluate children and adolescents with recurrent epistaxis
and to spot variables that may predict underlying bleeding disorder.
Study design
This was a prospective study.
Materials and methods
Thirty-six children with recurrent epistaxis were recruited from ENT outpatient clinic as well
as emergency room of Cairo University children hospital. Patients with systemic causes for
epistaxis were not included. All patients were subjected to basic workup to differentiate between
ENT and hematological causes of epistaxis. Accordingly, extended ENT investigations or
coagulation studies were performed.
Results
Results showed 47.6% incidence for bleeding disorders, 39.7% incidence for ENT causes,
and 12.7% incidence for idiopathic causes. Reported coagulopathies included idiopathic
thrombocytopenic purpura with an incidence of 26.7%, platelet functions disorders such as
Glanzmann’s thrombasthenia (13.3%) and Bernard–Soulier syndrome (10%), aplastic anemia
(3.3%), hemophilia A (3.3%), Von Willebrand disease (3.3%), and unclassified (40%). Reported
local ENT causes included bacterial rhinitis (88%) (lodged foreign body was found in 1/3 of
these patients, digital trauma by habitual nose picking was detected in another 1/3, and the
remaining 1/3 represented cases of complicated previous viral rhinitis), nasal allergy (8%),
and adenoid (4%).
Conclusion
The study recommended some statistically significant predictors for bleeding disorders such
as positive consanguinity, high epistaxis bleeding score, presence of other bleeding sites,
low hemoglobin level and platelet count, and elevated activated partial thromboplastin time.

Wahb, S., A. ElDeeb, H. Kamel, and M. El-Shafei, "Effect of circuit training on calcium level and physical fitness in pregnant women with hypocalcemia: A randomized controlled trial", Physical Activity Review, vol. 12, issue 1, pp. 22-31, 2024.
Wahba, A., R. El-Khoribi, and S. Taie, ANew Hybrid Model for Energy Consumption Prediction Based on Grey Wolf Optimization, , vol. 49, issue 2, pp. 469 - 481, 2022. Abstract
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Wahba, M., A. L. I. FARAG, M. Fawzi, and H. Okasha, "Role of hydrosonography of small bowel in the detection of inflammatory bowel disease", ECCO2018, Vienna , 17 February , 2018. hydrosonography_of_small_bowel.pdf
Wahba, H. S., P. D. H. A. Sami, P. D. I. M. Zaki, and P. D. R. M. Gaafar, Preoperative radiological staging of lung cancer, , cairo, cairo, 2010.
Wahba, E. S., "Efficacy of Aerobic Exercise on Postural Balance and Quality of Life in Osteoporotic Women Post Bariatric Surgery", International Journal of ChemTech Research, vol. Vol.10 No.2,,, issue ISSN: 0974-4290, pp. pp 550-558, 2017.
Wahba, N. S., R. H. Abdel-Ghany, S. A. Ghareib, M. Abdel-Aal, A. E. Alsemeh, and D. Sabry, "Vitamin D3 potentiates the nephroprotective effects of vildagliptin-metformin combination in a rat model of metabolic syndrome.", Fundamental & clinical pharmacology, vol. 36, issue 2, pp. 306-323, 2022. Abstract

The current study was conducted to investigate the nephroprotective effects of vildagliptin-metformin combination in an experimental model of fructose/salt-induced metabolic syndrome (MetS). A major aim was to evaluate the potential capacity of vitamin D3 to potentiate the pleiotropic nephroprotective effects of vildagliptin-metformin combination. MetS was induced in adult male Wistar rats by adding fructose (10%) to everyday drinking water and salt (3%) to the diet for 6 weeks. Along with the same concentrations of fructose/salt feeding, MetS rats were then treated orally with either vildagliptin (10 mg/kg/day)-metformin (200 mg/kg/day) combination, vitamin D3 (10 μg/kg/day), or the triple therapy for a further 6 weeks. The incidence of MetS was confirmed 6 weeks after fructose/salt consumption, when the rats exhibited significant weight gain, dyslipidemia, hyperuricemia, insulin resistance, hyperinsulinemia, and impaired glucose tolerance. At the end of the 12-week experimental period, MetS rats displayed significantly deteriorated renal function, enhanced intrarenal oxidative stress and inflammation together with exaggerated renal histopathological damages and interstitial fibrosis. The study has corroborated antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antifibrotic effects of vildagliptin-metformin combination, vitamin D3, and the triple collaborative therapy, conferring renoprotection in the setting of MetS. Due attention has been paid to the crucial role of dipeptidyl peptidase-4 inhibition and sirtuin-1/5' adenosine monophosphate-activated protein kinase activation as novel therapeutic targets to optimize renoprotection. The apparent potentiating effect, evoked upon coadministration of vitamin D3 with vildagliptin-metformin combination, may provide a cornerstone for further clinical investigations.

Wahba, M., G. Habib, A. E. Mazny, M. Fawzi, M. A. Elfeki, S. Sabry, M. ELbaz, and S. S. E. M. Nasr, "Cap-Assisted Technique versus Conventional Methods for Esophageal Food Bolus Extraction: A Comparative Study.", Clinical endoscopy, 2019. Abstract

Background/Aims: Food bolus impaction is the most common form of esophageal foreign body impaction observed in adults. Clinical guidelines recommend using the push technique or retrieval methods in such cases. The push technique can cause injuries in certain clinical situations. Notably, conventional retrieval methods are time and effort consuming. Cap-assisted endoscopic extraction of an impacted food bolus is an easy and effective technique; however, more data are needed for its validation. This study compared the capassisted extraction technique with conventional methods.

Methods: This prospective observational multicenter study compared the success and en bloc removal rates, total procedure time, and adverse events in both techniques..

Results: The study included 303 patients who underwent food bolus extraction. The push technique was used in 87 patients (28.7%) and a retrieval procedure in 216 patients (71.3%). Cap-assisted extraction was performed in 106 patients and retrieval using conventional methods in 110 patients. The cap-assisted technique was associated with a higher rate of en bloc removal (80.2% vs. 15%, p<0.01), shorter procedure time (6.9±3.5 min vs. 15.7±4.1 min, p<0.001), and fewer adverse events (0/106 vs. 9/110, p<0.001).

Conclusions: Cap-assisted extraction showed no adverse events, higher efficacy, and a shorter procedure time compared with conventional retrieval procedures.

Wahba, A., and H. A. Inany, "Ovulation induction in the gynecological cancer patient", World journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology , vol. 3, issue 2, pp. 61-66, 2014.
Wahba, M., A. L. I. FARAG, M. Fawezi, and H. Okasha, "Role of hydrosonography of small bowel in the detection of inflammatory bowel disease", Journal of Crohn's and Colitis, vol. Volume 12, issue , Issue supplement_1, pp. Pages S189–S190, 2018.
Wahba, A. H., "Unreported location and presentation of a parasitic ovarian dermoid cyst: A Case Report ", Middle East Fertility Society Journal , vol. 15, issue 3, pp. 216-218, 2010. mefs_wahba.pdf
Wahba, S. S., M. M. Roshdy, R. R. Fikry, M. K. Abdellatif, and A. M. Abodarahim, "Topographic Asymmetry Indices: Correlation between Inferior Minus Superior Value and Index of Height Decentration", Journal of ophthalmology, vol. 2018: Hindawi, 2018. Abstract
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Wahba, S., and M. Ghonim, "Urban Control Systems In Egypt: An Approach To Retrieve The Egyptian Urban Identity.", Journal of Engineering & Applied Science, vol. 52, issue 2, pp. 211-230, 2005.
Wahba, A. H., and O. Shawki, "Ultrasonography and hysteroscopy in gynecological evaluation: Are they competitive or complimentary to each other ?", Ultrasonography in Gynecology , United Kingdom, Cambridge University press, 2015.
ereny sobhy wahba, and Z. prf.dr/ mouafy emam mouafy, Title of master thesis: Efficacy of Helium Neon Laser Irradiation on Segmental Vitiligo, , Giza, cairo university, 2009.
Wahba, A. H., A. G. M. Hassan, M. Kotb, H. ElShenoufy, and H. M. Haggag, "Impact of uterine scar on pain experienced during outpatient hysteroscopy: A Prospective Blinded Comparative Study", J Minim Invasive Gynecol, vol. [Epub ahead of print}, 2017.
Wahba, A., A. Abou-Setta, R. Mansour, and H. Al-Inany, "Embryo Transfer Catheters", Cambridge University Press, 2011. Abstract

Embryo transfer (ET) is the final critical step in IVF treatment. Despite its apparent simplicity, ET remains the rate limiting step in the success of IVF owing to the high rate of implantation failure. It is still an enigma why transfer is the most inefficient step.

Wahba, N. H., W. S. Abdelaziz, and T. M. Alshirbeni, "Theoretical study for Laser Lines in Carbon like Zn (XXV)", Advances in Science, Technology and Engineering Systems Journal, vol. 6, issue 4, pp. 334-340, 2021.
Wahba, E. S., "Aloe vera gel phonophoresis versus silver nanoparticles phonophoresis on burn wound: a prospective randomized double-blinded trial", Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy, vol. Volume 23, issue Issue 1 January-June 2018, pp. 30–35, 2018.
Wahba, M., G. Habib, A. E. Mazny, M. Fawzi, M. A. Elfeki, S. Sabry, M. ELbaz, and S. S. E. M. Nasr, "Cap-Assisted Technique versus Conventional Methods for Esophageal Food Bolus Extraction: A Comparative Study.", Clinical endoscopy, 2019. Abstract

Background/Aims: Food bolus impaction is the most common form of esophageal foreign body impaction observed in adults. Clinical guidelines recommend using the push technique or retrieval methods in such cases. The push technique can cause injuries in certain clinical situations. Notably, conventional retrieval methods are time and effort consuming. Cap-assisted endoscopic extraction of an impacted food bolus is an easy and effective technique; however, more data are needed for its validation. This study compared the capassisted extraction technique with conventional methods.

Methods: This prospective observational multicenter study compared the success and en bloc removal rates, total procedure time, and adverse events in both techniques..

Results: The study included 303 patients who underwent food bolus extraction. The push technique was used in 87 patients (28.7%) and a retrieval procedure in 216 patients (71.3%). Cap-assisted extraction was performed in 106 patients and retrieval using conventional methods in 110 patients. The cap-assisted technique was associated with a higher rate of en bloc removal (80.2% vs. 15%, p<0.01), shorter procedure time (6.9±3.5 min vs. 15.7±4.1 min, p<0.001), and fewer adverse events (0/106 vs. 9/110, p<0.001).

Conclusions: Cap-assisted extraction showed no adverse events, higher efficacy, and a shorter procedure time compared with conventional retrieval procedures.

Wahba, A., T. Elkady, and H. Al-Inany, "Evidence-based medicine corner – Pragmatic Clinical Trials: Is it the solution?", Middle East Fertility Society Journal, vol. 15, pp. 54–55, 2010. Abstract
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Wahba, A. H., A. Thangavelu, and J. Abu, "Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy in Morbidly Obese Women With Endometrial Hyperplasia/Cancer", ESGO , Nice, France , 24 October, 2015.
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