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zizi m. ibrahim, and H. M. Mohamady, "Burn wound healing response to helium neon versus gallium arsenide laser irradiation", ENERGY FOR HEALTH, vol. 11, pp. 20–25, 2014. Abstract
AbuBakr, H. O., S. H. Aljuaydi, S. M. Abou-Zeid, and A. El-Bahrawy, "Burn-Induced Multiple Organ Injury and Protective Effect of Lutein in Rats", Inflammation, 2018.
AbuBakr, H. O., S. H. Aljuaydi, S. M. Abou-Zeid, and andAmanallah El-Bahrawy, "Burn-Induced Multiple Organ Injury and Protective Effect of Lutein in Rats", inflammation, vol. 41, issue 3, pp. 760-772, 2018. first_burn.pdf
Ahmed, M. M. A., and M. Birouk, Burner geometry effect on coherent structures and acoustics of a confined swirling partially premixed methane flame, , vol. 105, pp. 85 - 99, 2019. AbstractWebsite

The effect of the mixing tube length and fuel nozzle geometry on coherent structures and acoustics’ characteristics of partially premixed swirling methane flame is experimentally studied. Particle image velocimetry (PIV) is used to document the flowfield inside the transparent confinement tube. Proper orthogonal decomposition along with phase averaging are used to capture coherent structures. High-speed imaging is carried out to shed light on the flame front dynamics within the outer shear layer (OSL). The acoustic waves are measured using a Bruel & Kjaer type 4189 microphone. A radial-type swirl generator with a swirl number (S) of 1.15 is adopted. Two different lengths of the mixing tube and two different geometries of the fuel nozzle with a similar equivalent diameter are tested. The swirling airflow and fuel flowrates are kept constant. The results showed a significant difference in the energy of coherent structures between the two central nozzle geometries with the same mixing length. Both, the mixing length and central nozzle geometry, are found to alter the integral length scale and the central recirculation zone (CRZ). The mixing length is found to alter the amplitude of the acoustics modes when using the same central nozzle geometry. However, keeping the same mixing tube and varying the central nozzle geometry has the same effect. The flame front dynamics within the outer recirculation zone (ORZ) is found to depend on both the central nozzle geometry and mixing tube length (i.e., level of mixing). High amplitude coherent structures are found to contribute to flame roll-up within the outer shear layer. The results showed that the mixing length is not the only parameter to mitigate combustion instabilities. That is, combustion stability can be improved using a single-orifice nozzle with a long mixing length or a multi-orifice nozzle with a short mixing length.

Abusanad, A., A. Bensalem, E. Shash, L. Mula-Hussain, Z. Benbrahim, S. Khatib, N. Abdelhafiz, J. Ansari, H. Jradi, K. Alkattan, et al., "Burnout in oncology: Magnitude, risk factors and screening among professionals from Middle East and North Africa (BOMENA study).", Psycho-oncology, 2021. Abstract

BACKGROUND: Burnout (BO) among oncology professionals (OP) is increasingly being recognized. Early recognition and intervention can positively affect the quality of care and patient safety. This study investigated the prevalence, work and lifestyle factors affecting BO among OPs in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).

METHODS: An online survey was conducted among MENA OPs between 10 February and 15 March 2020, using the validated Maslach Burnout Inventory of emotional exhaustion (EE), depersonalization (DP) and personal accomplishment (PA), including questions regarding demography/work-related factors and attitudes towards oncology. Data were analysed to measure BO prevalence and risk factors and explore a screening question for BO.

RESULTS: Of 1054 respondents, 1017 participants (64% medical oncologists, 77% aged less than 45 years, 55% female, 74% married, 67% with children and 40% practiced a hobby) were eligible. The BO prevalence was 68% with high levels of EE and DP (35% and 57% of participants, respectively) and low PA scores (49%). BO was significantly associated with age less than 44 years, administrative work greater than 25% per day and the thought of quitting oncology (TQ). Practising a hobby, enjoying oncology communication and appreciating oncology work-life balance were associated with a reduced BO score and prevalence. North African countries reported the highest BO prevalence. Lack of BO education/support was identified among 72% of participants and TQ-predicted burnout in 77%.

CONCLUSIONS: This is the largest BO study in MENA. The BO prevalence was high and several modifiable risk factors were identified, requiring urgent action. TQ is a simple and reliable screening tool for BO.

Bin Dahmash, A., F. K. Alorfi, A. Alharbi, A. Aldayel, A. M. Kamel, and M. Almoaiqel, "Burnout Phenomenon and Its Predictors in Radiology Residents", Academic Radiology, vol. 27, no. 7: Elsevier USA, pp. 1033-1039, 2020. AbstractWebsite

{Rationale and Objectives: The purpose of this study is to evaluate the prevalence of burnout and its associated risk factors in radiology residents in Saudi Arabia. Materials and Methods: This cross-sectional study was conducted in February 2019, and all radiology residents in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, were invited to complete a survey that contained a validated measure of burnout (Maslach Burnout Inventory-Human Services Survey) alongside possible predictors of burnout. Results: A total of 108 responses were received, for a response rate of 49.7%. High overall burnout was reported by 24.1% of respondents, high emotional exhaustion (EE) by 56.5%, high depersonalization by 31.5%, and low sense of personal accomplishment (PA) by 64.8%. The significant predictors of burnout included satisfaction with work/life balance (OR = 0.35, 95% CI = 0.03 to 0.43

EL-FAR, A. H. M. E. D. A., M. A. G. D. I. M. MASHALY, and G. A. M. A. L. A. KAMAR, "Bursectomy and in vitro response of adrenal gland to adrenocorticotropic hormone and testis to human chorionic gonadotropin in immature male chickens", Poultry science, vol. 73, issue 1: Poultry Science Association, pp. 113-117, 1994. Abstract
EL-FAR, A. H. M. E. D. A., M. A. G. D. I. M. MASHALY, and G. A. M. A. L. A. KAMAR, "Bursectomy and in vitro response of adrenal gland to adrenocorticotropic hormone and testis to human chorionic gonadotropin in immature male chickens", Poultry science, vol. 73, issue 1: Elsevier, pp. 113-117, 1994. Abstract
MASHALY, M. A. G. D. I. M., "Bursectomy and its influence on circulating corticosterone, triiodothyronine, and thyroxine in immature male chickens", Poultry science, vol. 63, issue 4: Poultry Science Association, pp. 798-800, 1984. Abstract
Abdullah, A., "Busbar protection using a wavelet based ANN", 2017 IEEE Texas Power and Energy Conference (TPEC): IEEE, pp. 1–5, 2017. Abstract
Shah, H., and E. H. Taha, "Busemann functions in asymptotically harmonic Finsler manifolds", J. Math, Phys., Analy. Geom., 2022.
Hassan, L. K. A., T. Rahim, and K. Shaalan, "Business Continuity Perspective: A Study of IT Enabled Services", International Journal of Computer Applications, vol. 142, issue 4, pp. 20-26, 2016. Abstracthassan-2016-ijca-909749.pdfWebsite

The increasing trends of technological immersion into the businesses lead towards many form of indecisions. The business world required certain planning to overcome the problems and recovery from many disasters accommodating to Information Technology. Businesses required running their tasks with the inclusion of the knowledge and IT within the organization. The respective report is concerned to approach the Information Technology meditation to examine the business continuity in the certain IT disasters. A mixed methodology approach for collection of the data is used in the study in which quantitative and qualitative methods are considered. The outcomes of the study will assist the IT-enabled organization to plan their business activities to abide the misery from disasters.

Chams-El-Dine, C., "Business Elites in Iraq: Between Economic Liberalization and Political Deadlock", Singapore Middle East Papers, vol. Fall , issue 3, pp. 23-34, 2012. Abstract


Sakr, S., Z. Maamar, A. Awad, B. Benatallah, and W. M. P. van der Aalst, "Business Process Analytics and Big Data Systems: {A} Roadmap to Bridge the Gap", {IEEE} Access, vol. 6, pp. 77308–77320, 2018. AbstractWebsite
Elgammal, A., S. Sebahi, O. Turetken, M. Papazoglou, M. S. Hacid, and W. van den Heuvel, Business Process Compliance Management: An Integrated Proactive Approach, : IBIMA Publishing, pp. 764-781, 2014. Abstract
Schumm, D., O. Turetken, N. Kokash, A. Elgammal, F. Leymann, and W. van den Heuvel, Business Process Compliance through Reusable Units of Compliant Processes, : LNCS, 2010. Abstract
-, A. R., M. Kunze, A. Awad, and M. Weske, "Business Process Configuration Wizard and Consistency Checker for {BPMN} 2.0", Enterprise, Business-Process and Information Systems Modeling - 12th International Conference, {BPMDS} 2011, and 16th International Conference, {EMMSAD} 2011, held at CAiSE 2011, London, UK, June 20-21, 2011. Proceedings, pp. 231–245, 2011. Abstract
Fahmy, A. A., E. L. K. H., and H. M. Abdelsalam, "Business Process Mapping for e-Local Governance Projects in Egypt", Local Governance and ICTs in Africa: Case Studies and Guidelines for Implementation and Evaluation, Oxford, UK, Pambazuka Press, 2011. Abstract


Ferlie, E., G. Currie, J. Davies, and N. Ramadan, "Business Schools Inside the Academy: What are the Prospects for Interdepartmental Research Collaboration? In Andrew Pettigrew, Eric Cornuel and Ulrich Hommel (eds). The Institutional Development of Business Schools. ", The Institutional Development of Business Schools. , Oxford, Oxford University Press., 2014.
Kilov, H., Business {Specification}, : Prentice Hall PTR, 1999. Abstract
zalat, S., and F. Gilbert, Butterflies of Egypt, , Cairo , EEAA, UNDP, BioMap, 2007.
Soltana, A., A. G. Radwanb, and A. M. Solimand, "Butterworth Passive Filter in the Fractional-Order", International Conference on Microelectronics (ICM), Hammamet, 19-22 Dec, 2011. Abstract

In this paper, the generalized analysis of the first Butterworth filter based on two passive elements is introduced in the fractional-order sense. The fractional-order condition of the Butterworth circuit is presented for the first time where it will lead us back to the known condition of the integer-order circuit when the two fractional-orders equal one. Therefore, the conventional behavior of the integer-order circuit is a narrow subset of the fractional-order ones. The circuit is studied under same and different order cases, and verified through their numerical simulations. Stability analysis is also introduced showing the poles location in the fractional-order versus integer order cases.