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Dwedar, R. A., "Burden of Device-Associated Infections in an Adult Medical and Surgical Intensive Care Units of a Tertiary Care Hospital in Egypt ", The Egyptian Journal of Medical Microbiology, vol. 29, issue 2, pp. 179-186, 2020.
Dwedar, R. A., D. M. El-Wakil, and A. R. Awad, "Burden of Device-Associated Infections in an Adult Medical and Surgical Intensive Care Units of a Tertiary Care Hospital in Egypt", The Egyptian Journal of Medical Microbiology, vol. 29, issue 2, pp. 179-186, 2020. 179-186_vol29no2april2020.pdf
Abdel-moein, K. A., and D. A. Hamza, "The burden of Coxiella burnetii among aborted dairy animals in Egypt and its public health implications.", Acta tropica, vol. 166, pp. 92-95, 2017 Feb. Abstract

Q fever is a zoonotic disease of mounting public health implications. Dairy animals are major reservoir for such disease whereas abortion is the main clinical outcome. The current study was conducted to investigate the burden of C. burnetii abortions among dairy animals in Egypt to provide more knowledge for better control of such disease. For this purpose, placental cotyledons and vaginal discharges from 108 aborted dairy animals (27 sheep, 29 goats, 26 cattle, 26 buffaloes) were examined for the presence of C. burnetii by nested PCR. Serum samples from 58 human contacts were examined for the presence of C. burnetii IgG antibodies using ELISA. Out of the 108 examined animals only one goat yielded positive result in both placental tissue and vaginal discharges with an overall prevalence 0.9% while that among goats is 3.4%. Moreover, the seroprevalence of C. burnetii IgG antibodies among the examined individuals was 19% whereas the prevalence in farmers is significantly higher than that among veterinarians and veterinary assistants. In conclusion, C. burnetii may play a role in dairy goat abortions rather than other dairy animals in Egypt while its public health implications cannot be ruled out.

Abdel-moein, K. A., and D. Hamza, "The burden of Coxiella burnetii among aborted dairy animals in Egypt and its public health implications", Acta Tropica, vol. 166, pp. 92-95, 2017.
Barsoum, R. S., "Burden of chronic kidney disease: North Africa.", Kidney international supplements, vol. 3, issue 2, pp. 164-166, 2013 May. Abstract

North Africa (NAF) is composed of six countries located in the African Sahara, namely the Western Sahara, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, and Egypt. Common features between these countries include similar climate, ecology, population genetics, and the socioeconomic environment. This commonality reflects on the chronic kidney disease (CKD) profile in these countries. While there are some estimates on the epidemiology of end-stage kidney disease, that of earlier stages is unknown. Several national screening programs are currently addressing this issue, such as the EGIPT-CKD project in Egypt and the MAREMAR study in Morocco. Preliminary results from the former suggest a prevalence of proteinuria in 10.6% of the relatives of patients on regular dialysis treatment. Despite the lack of reliable registries, it was possible to gather information on the etiology of CKD by direct contact with leading nephrologists in those countries. It turns out that glomerulonephritis (GN) accounts for 9-20%, diabetes 11-18%, hypertensive nephrosclerosis 10-35%, chronic interstitial nephritis 7-17%, and polycystic disease 2-3%. Compared to two decades earlier, diabetes has become more common at the expense of GN, proliferative GN, and amyloidosis regressed in favor of IgA and membranous nephropathies in Tunisian adults. Conventional schistosomal nephropathies are regressing in favor of hepatitis C viral (HCV) nephropathy in Egyptians. Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis is increasing at the expense of proliferative GNs in the region at large. Access to regular dialysis has been optimized during the past decade, with favorable outcomes despite the high incidence of HCV infection, tuberculosis, and protein-calorie malnutrition. Kidney transplantation is available in all NAF countries except the Western Sahara. About 650 transplants are performed annually from live donors, the majority in Egypt, where data from the largest center in Mansoura display a 10-year graft survival of 62%. Many transplants are performed from living unrelated donors, particularly in Egypt, which creates an ethical debate. Legislation for deceased-donor transplantation has been passed successively over the past two decades in Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, and Egypt, which is expected to reflect quantitatively and qualitatively on the transplantation activity in the near future.

Greco, L., L. Timpone, A. Abkari, M. Abu-Zekry, T. Attard, F. Bouguerr, P. Cullufi, A. Kansu, D. Micetic-Turk, Z. Mišak, et al., "Burden of Celiac Disease in the Mediterranean Area", World Journal of Gastroenterology, vol. 17, issue 45, pp. 4971-4978, 2011. AbstractCU-PDF

Aim: To estimate the burden of undiagnosed celiac disease (CD) in the Mediterranean area in terms of morbidity, mortality and health cost.

Soliman, A. R., A. Fathy, and S. Khashab, "the burden of anti-HCV genotype 4 positivity in renal transplant recipients 8 years follow up", int urol nephrol, vol. 45, issue 2013, pp. 1453-1461, 2013.
, "The burden of anti-HCV genotye-4 positivity in renal transplant recipients: 8 years follow-up. ", International Nephrology Urology, vol. 45, issue 5, pp. 1453-61, 2013.
, "The burden of anti-HCV genotye-4 positivity in renal transplant recipients: 8 years follow-up.", Int Urol Nephrol, vol. 45, issue 5, pp. 1453-1461, 2013.
Anwar, E., G. Hamdy, E. Taher, E. Fawzy, S. Abdulattif, and M. H. Attia, "Burden and Outcome of Vitamin D Deficiency Among Critically Ill Patients: A Prospective Study", Nutrition in Clinical Practice, vol. Volume 32 , issue 3, pp. 378– 384, 2017. vit_d_in__icu__final_.pdf
Anwar, E., G. Hamdy, E. Taher, E. Fawzy, S. Abdulattif, and M. H. Attia, "Burden and Outcome of Vitamin D Deficiency Among Critically Ill Patients: A Prospective Study", Nutrition in Clinical Practice, vol. Volume 32 , issue 3, pp. 378– 384, 2017. vit_d_in__icu__final_.pdf
Azouz, R. A., H. O. AbuBakr, M. S. Khattab, and S. M. Abou-Zeid, "Buprofezin toxication implicates health hazards in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus)", Aquaculture Research, vol. 52, issue 1, pp. 217 - 228, 2020. are.14884.pdf
Azab, F., B. Muz, P. de la Puente, and A. - K. Salama, N and Azab, "Buparlisib. Phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase alpha inhibitor, Oncolytic.", Drugs of the Future , vol. 38, issue 2, pp. 73-79, 2013. noha_nabi_salama-__2013.pdf
Nour, S. A., N. S. AbdelMalak, and M. J. Naguib, "Bumadizone calcium dihydrate microspheres compressed tablets for colon targeting: formulation, optimization and in vivo evaluation in rabbits.", Drug delivery, vol. 22, issue 3, pp. 286-97, 2015 May. Abstract

The objective of this study was the development of a colon-targeted microspheres which were compressed into tablets containing the non-steroidal anti-inflammatory bumadizone calcium hemihydrate. [corrected]. A 3(2) full factorial design was adopted for the evaluation of the prepared microspheres. The effect of two independent variables namely polymer type (Eudragit RS100, ethyl cellulose and cellulose acetate butyrate), and drug: polymer ratio (1:1, 9:1 and 18:1) was studied on the entrapment efficiency and in vitro drug release for 12 h. Colon targeting aims to minimize the release of the drug off target area (pH 1.2 and 6.8) and to maximize the release of the drug in target area (pH 7.4). Candidate formulae were compressed into core tablets and colon targeting was achieved using the enzyme-dependent polymer (pectin) as coat in three different concentrations 50, 75 and 90%. Candidate formula F15 (microspheres prepared using BDZ:CAB in a ratio of 18:1 and compressed into tablets using 50% pectin and 50% Avicel in the coat) was able to adequately modulate drug release avoiding drug release in the gastric ambient, and reaching the colonic targeting where 99.7% release was achieved within 12 h following zero-order model. In vivo studies showed that F15 achieved significant decrease in myeloperoxidase activity and inflammation with delayed Tmax (4 h) and lower Cmax (2700 ng/ml) when compared to marketed product.

Palmer, D., J. Shadlow, M. D. O’Connell, M. Owers, K. Essa, S. Mehanee, P. D. Smith, M. Claprood, M. Chouteau, L. Z. Cheng, et al., The Bulletin of the Australian Society of Exploration Geophysicists, : CSIRO, Submitted. Abstract
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Suloma, A., M. A. Elnady, M. A. Salem, and M. M. A. El-Hamid, Bull. Fac. Agric., Cairo Univ., 66: 212-222 (2015) _ _, , Submitted. Abstract
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Suloma, A., M. A. Elnady, M. A. Salem, and M. M. A. El-Hamid, Bull. Fac. Agric., Cairo Univ., 66: 212-222 (2015) \_ \_, , Submitted. Abstract
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Bartlett, D. E., "Bull semen: specific microorganisms.", FAO Animal Production and Health Papers (FAO). no. 23., 1981. Abstract
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Wierzbowski, S., "Bull semen opportunistic pathogen and ubiquitary microflora", FAO Animal Production and Health Papers (FAO): FAO, 1981. Abstract
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Elsayed, M. Y., P. - V. Cicek, F. Nabki, and M. N. El-Gamal, "Bulk Mode Disk Resonator With Transverse Piezoelectric Actuation and Electrostatic Tuning", Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, vol. 25, issue 2: IEEE, pp. 252-261, 2016. Abstract
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Eissa, H. M., M. M. El-Tohamy, and M. S. S. Abdou, "Bulk and trace elements in the accessory glands of buffalo bulls", British Veterinary Journal, vol. 148, no. 6: Elsevier, pp. 557–565, 1992. Abstract
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Eissa, H. M., M. El-Tohamy, and M. S. S. Abdou, "Bulk and trace elements in the accessory glands of buffalo bulls", 2nd Ann. Congr. Egyptian Soc. Anim. Reprod. Fert. , pp. 86, 1990.
Tawfik, W., M. M. Omar, Y. gamal, and E. L. Nadi, "Bulk and Surface Effects in liquids due to Interaction of High Power Pulsed Laser Beam", International Conference in Femto Chemistry, Ultra fast Chemical and Physical Processes in Molecular Systems, Lausanne, Switzerland, pp. 483-490 , 1995.
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