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Salem, S. S., H. Al Ghadeer, F. Albattah, W. Alanazi, H. Alanazi, and N. Youssef, "Awareness of Preventive Measures of Cardiovascular Diseases and Heart Attack Warning Symptoms: Gender-based Differences", Assiut Scientific Nursing Journal, vol. 9, no. 25.0: Assiut University, Faculty of Nursing, pp. 37–44, 2021. Abstract
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Moussa, A. - A. M. A., F. Zahran, W. A. Moneim, and S. Ali, "Awareness of systemic diseases effect on oral health among Egyptian dentists: A briefing report.", Special care in dentistry , vol. 40, issue 5, pp. 531-532, 2020.
Sabry, N., S. ElHadidi, A. Kamel, M. Abbassi, and S. Farid, "Awareness of the Egyptian public about COVID-19: what we do and do not know", Informatics for Health and Social Care, vol. 46, no. 3: Taylor and Francis Ltd., pp. 244-255, 2021. AbstractWebsite

To survey the health-seeking behaviors and perspectives of the Egyptian population toward the COVID-19 pandemic. A descriptive survey was designed and disseminated via social media platforms. The survey consisted of 32 questions addressing respondent’s demographics, knowledge, practice, and attitude toward the COVID-19 pandemic. A total of 25,994 Egyptians participated in the survey from the 29 Egyptian governorates. More than 99% of the respondents were aware of the COVID-19 pandemic. Responses showed split opinions regarding whether people should wear gloves or masks to prevent COVID-19 infection (47.7% and 49.5% replied with “False”, respectively). Almost one-quarter (23.1%) of the respondents went to crowded places during the last 14 days. Calling the emergency hotline and self-isolation at home were the most frequent practices to deal with COVID-19 symptoms (34.1% and 44.5%, respectively). A total of 85% of respondents reported their confidence in the Egyptian healthcare system to win the battle against COVID-19 despite the challenges. A vast majority of this large population sample reported reasonable knowledge levels and potentially appropriate practices toward COVID-19. © 2021 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.

Sabry, N., S. ElHadidi, A. Kamel, M. Abbassi, and S. Farid, "Awareness of the Egyptian public about COVID-19: what we do and do not know", Informatics for Health and Social Care, vol. 46, issue 3, pp. 244 - 255, 2021. AbstractWebsite

To survey the health-seeking behaviors and perspectives of the Egyptian population toward the COVID-19 pandemic. A descriptive survey was designed and disseminated via social media platforms. The survey consisted of 32 questions addressing respondent’s demographics, knowledge, practice, and attitude toward the COVID-19 pandemic. A total of 25,994 Egyptians participated in the survey from the 29 Egyptian governorates. More than 99% of the respondents were aware of the COVID-19 pandemic. Responses showed split opinions regarding whether people should wear gloves or masks to prevent COVID-19 infection (47.7% and 49.5% replied with “False”, respectively). Almost one-quarter (23.1%) of the respondents went to crowded places during the last 14 days. Calling the emergency hotline and self-isolation at home were the most frequent practices to deal with COVID-19 symptoms (34.1% and 44.5%, respectively). A total of 85% of respondents reported their confidence in the Egyptian healthcare system to win the battle against COVID-19 despite the challenges. A vast majority of this large population sample reported reasonable knowledge levels and potentially appropriate practices toward COVID-19. © 2021 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.

Shaalan, K., M. Al-Mansoori, and H. Tawfik, "An awareness-raising E-learning approach for children living in a high diabetic population", Informatics for Health and Social Care, vol. 39, no. 2, pp. 81-103, 2014. Abstractawareness-raising_e-learning.pdfWebsite

Recent epidemiological studies have shown an increased incidence of diabetes worldwide. In United Arab Emirates (UAE), where this study on Emirati children was conducted, over 20% of the population has diabetes. With such a high incidence, there is a need to raise the awareness of the disease in order to reduce the growing number of cases and manage the disease more effectively. This research aims to identify the needs of affected children and proposes a design for an E-learning prototype that can pedagogically raise their awareness and knowledge of the disease. The use of a prototype was chosen in order to validate and refine the usability of the system, and to quickly evaluate user-interface designs without the need for an expensive working model to help refine and develop the system design. The system requirements were identified through a set of interviews with kindergarten teachers, curriculum design experts in UAE, and diabetes nutrition specialists and clinicians. The rationale behind the interview was to identify the optimal age group, describe the appropriate level of the instructional materials and activities, and propose a suitable learning approach that could facilitate and improve diabetes awareness among this age group. The prototype was evaluated by children, teachers, parents (or guardians) and nutrition specialists. We followed a three-stage software development based on a user-informed approach model for stepwise refinement that ranged from prototype to final design. The evaluation results indicate that the proposed computer-supported learning approach can generate positive learning and behavior in children while reducing the time needed to complete awareness tasks when compared to traditional methods; thus making learning more engaging and allowing children to learn at their own pace.

Rady, E. - H. A. B., A. A. El-Sheikh, and M. A. ould Oumar, AWealth Index of Households Living Conditions in Mauritania, , 2011. CU-PDF.pdf
Emad, Y., Y. Ragab, M. Khalifa, I. Bassyouni, N. El-Shaarawy, and J. J. Rasker., "Axial involvement with facet joint arthropathy and bony ankylosis in a case of Camptodactyly, arthropathy, coxa vara, pericarditis (CACP) syndrome", Joint Bone Spine , vol. 80 , pp. 520–522, 2013.
, "Axial involvement with facet joint arthropathy and bony ankylosis in a case of camptodactyly, arthropathy, coxa vara, pericarditis (CACP) syndrome.", Joint Bone Spine., vol. 2013 Oct;80(5):520-2. doi: 10.1016/j.jbspin.2013.01.010. Epub 2013 Aug 6., 2013.
Mostafa, D. R. S., "Axial Pattern Facial Artery Musculo-Mucosal (FAMM) Flap Versus Random Pattern Flap in Palatal Defects; Is there a Difference? A Comparative Study", the Egyptian Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, vol. 39, issue 2, pp. July,267-275 , 2015.
Navarro-Compán, V., A. Sepriano, B. El-Zorkany, and D. van der Heijde, "Axial spondyloarthritis", Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, vol. 80, issue 12, pp. 1511-1521, 2021. Axial spondyloarthritis
gerges, P., S. Gaawan, and A. Osman, "Axial strength of steel circular hollow section (CHS) X-joints strengthened by flanged larger pipe", Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, vol. 47, pp. 301-316, 2020.
Bolkainy, T. E. N., O. M. Badawy, S. A. Shawky, M. Zain, M. N. E. Bolkainy, I. El Attar, and medhat khafagy, "The axillary lymph nodes in breast carcinoma: their anatomic distribution and metastatic burden by levels", Egyptian Journal of pathology, vol. 34, issue 2, pp. 125-129, 2014. the_axillary_lymph_nodes_in_breast_carcinoma.docx
elhafez, H. M., and S. M. Elhafez, "Axillary Ultrasound and Laser Combined with Post-isometric Facilitation in Treatment of Shoulder Adhesive Capsulitis: A Randomized Clinical Trial “A New Approach”", Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, vol. 39, issue 5, pp. 330-338, 2016.
elhafez, H. M., and S. M. Elhafez, "Axillary Ultrasound and Laser Combined with Postisometric Facilitation in Treatment of Shoulder Adhesive Capsulitis: A Randomized Clinical Trial", Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, vol. 39, issue 5, pp. 330-338, 2016. axillary_ultrasound_and_laser.pdf
MD, M. A. G. D. E. Y. H. A. G. A. G., "Axillo-Subclavian Vein Thrombosis. Is Surgical Treatment Justified?(Introduced in the Eighth Annual Kasr Al-Aini Medical Congress in Collaboration with Yale University USA", Medical Journal of Cairo University, vol. 65, issue Suppl.11, pp. 4, 1997.
MD, D. R. K. E. H. M., "Axillo-subclavian vein thrombosis: Is surgical treatment justified?", The Medical Journal of Cairo University, vol. 65, issue 4, 1997.
Pedersen, P., and M. M. Megahed, "Axisymmetric element analysis using analytical computing", Computers & Structures, vol. 5, no. 4: Elsevier, pp. 241–247, 1975. Abstract
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Mahgoub, A., and I. Sasada, Axisymmetric shell for the actively compensated desktop magnetic shield: influence of center holes, , vol. 11: 九州大学超伝導システム科学研究センター, pp. 50 - 56, 2014. Abstract
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Tohda, C., N. Matsumoto, K. Zou, M. R. Meselhy, and K. Komatsu, "Axonal and dendritic extension by protopanaxadiol-type saponins from ginseng drugs in SK-N-SH cells", The Japanese Journal of Pharmacology, vol. 90, issue 3: The Japanese Pharmacological Society, pp. 254-262, 2002. Abstract
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Azmy, R. M., A. A. Labib, and S. H. Elkholy, "Axonal degeneration of the ulnar nerve secondary to carpal tunnel syndrome: fact or fiction?", Neural regeneration research, vol. 8, issue 15, pp. 1418-22, 2013 May 25. Abstract

The distribution of sensory symptoms in carpal tunnel syndrome is strongly dependent on the degree of electrophysiological dysfunction of the median nerve. The association between carpal tunnel syndrome and ulnar nerve entrapment is still unclear. In this study, we measured ulnar nerve function in 82 patients with carpal tunnel syndrome. The patients were divided into group I with minimal carpal tunnel syndrome (n = 35) and group II with mild to moderate carpal tunnel syndrome (n = 47) according to electrophysiological data. Sixty-one age- and sex-matched subjects without carpal tunnel syndrome were used as a control group. There were no significant differences in ulnar sensory nerve peak latencies or conduction velocities from the 4(th) and 5(th) fingers between patients with carpal tunnel syndrome and the control group. The ulnar sensory nerve action potential amplitudes from the 4(th) and 5(th) fingers were lower in patients with carpal tunnel syndrome than in the control group. The ratios of the ulnar sensory nerve action potential amplitudes from the 4(th) and 5(th) fingers were almost the same in patients with carpal tunnel syndrome as in the control group. These findings indicate that in patients with minimal to moderate carpal tunnel syndrome, there is some electrophysiological evidence of traction on the adjacent ulnar nerve fibers. The findings do not indicate axonal degeneration of the ulnar nerve.

Abdusalam, H. A., "Aymptotic Solution of wave Front of the Telegraph Model of Dispersive Variability ", Chaos Solitons & Fractals, vol. 30, issue 5, pp. 1190-1197, 2006.
Hu, L., R. K. Arafa, M. A. Ismail, T. Wenzler, R. Brun, M. Munde, D. W. Wilson, S. Nzimiro, S. Samyesudhas, K. A. Werbovetz, et al., "Azaterphenyl diamidines as antileishmanial agents.", Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters, vol. 18, issue 1, pp. 247-51, 2008 Jan 1. Abstract

Eighteen diamidino azaterphenyls and analogues were evaluated as anti-leishmanials; nine of the compounds gave IC50 values less than 1 microM, five exhibited values less than 0.40 microM, and two gave values less than 0.10 microM in a Leishmania donovani axenic amastigote assay. The activity of the diamidines strongly depends on the ring N-atom location relative to the amidine groups and correlates with DNA affinity. Transmission electron microscopy studies showed a dramatic dilation of the mitochondrion and evidence of disintegration of the kinetoplast of the amastigotes.

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