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Shahin, R. R., S. I. Abdel-Aal, and M. A. Abdel-Hamid, "Buffering Capacity and ststus of potassium as a function of soil mineralogy of some Entisols and Aridisols in Egypt.", Egypt. J. Soil Sci. 29(2), pp. 207 – 220, 1989. Abstract
Shahin, R. R., S. I. Abdel-Aal, and M. A. Abdel-Hamid, "Buffering Capacity and ststus of potassium as a function of soil mineralogy of some Entisols and Aridisols in Egypt.", Egypt. J. Soil Sci. 29(2), pp. 207 – 220, 1989. Abstract
Saroit, I. A., M. A. Kalil, H. Al-Mahdi, and H. Hammam, "A Buffering and Switching Scheme for Admission Control in Cognitive Radio Networks", IEEE Wireless Communications Letters, vol. 9, issue 3, 2017. paper_2017.pdf
Abd-Rabo, F. H., "Buffaloes' milk for infantile feeding [an alternative for natural breast feeding]", Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor (Egypt), 1991. Abstract
El-Gawad, A. A. M., R. A. Ali, A. A. M. -Enein, M. A. Hanafy, and M. H. Bakr, "Buffaloe Milk Rich in Conjugated Linoleic Acid as a Functional Dairy Foods used for Prevention of Diabetes in Rats", The 11th Euro Fed Lipid Congress , Antalya, Turkey. , 27-30 October , 2013. abstract_3943_abstract_rtf_datei_138200.pdf
Hamed, A. M., A. A. Awad, A. E. Abdel-Mobdy, A. Alzahrani, and A. M. Salamatullah, "Buffalo Yogurt Fortified with Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus camaldulensis) and Myrrh (Commiphora Myrrha) Essential Oils: New Insights into the Functional Properties and Extended Shelf Life", Molecules , vol. 26, issue 22, pp. 6853-6864, 2021.
Sadek, R. R., "Buffalo recording program under different production systems in Egypt.", ICAR Technical Series: ICAR,Villa del Ragno,Via Nomentana 134, 00162 Rome, 2004. Abstract
Abdou, M. S. S., "Buffalo male reproductive biology and semen preservation", International workshop on Buffalo reproduction, Sofia, Bulgaria, 1987. buffalo_male_reproductive_biology.pdf
Hua, G., H. Abdel-Shafy, T. Deng, Y. Zhou, and W. Y. Low, Buffalo Genetics and Genomics, , Lausanne, Frontiers Media SA, 2022.
Elhusseiny, I. A., "Budgetary Institutions and Fiscal Performance in Egypt: Is There a Link?", Public Budgeting & Finance, vol. 36, issue 1, pp. 85-105, 2016. budgetaryinstitutions_egypt.pdfWebsite
Elsisi, G. H., J. L. Carapinha, R. Afify, M. A. Elmoty, and M. Khalaf, "A budget impact analysis of lenalidomide in multiple myeloma Egyptian patients.", Journal of medical economics, pp. 1-8, 2020. Abstracta_budget_impact_analysis_of_lenalidomide_in_multiple_myeloma_egyptian_patients.pdf

INTRODUCTION: The aim of this study was to estimate the budget impact of lenalidomide and dexamethasone (RD) versus bortezomib, cyclophosphamide and dexamethasone (VCD) in newly diagnosed multiple myeloma (NDMM) and relapsed refractory (RR) MM patients, from the perspective of the Egyptian Ministry of health (MoH).

METHODS: Two budget impact dynamic models were conducted to assess the budget impact of RD entry over a 3-year period. The clinical data for the modeled cohorts were based on published articles. Total annual medical costs associated with non-progression and progression disease states included the sum of estimated costs for adverse effects management, concomitant treatments, hospitalization and the follow up were measured. Deterministic sensitivity analyses were performed.

RESULTS: The target population in a given year was estimated to include 245 patients with RRMM and 291 patients with NDMM receiving RD versus VCD. In RRMM, the annual budget savings of lenalidomide entry were estimated at EGP -1,103,969, -3,362,793 and -5,949,228 at year 1, year 2 and year 3, respectively. In NDMM, the annual budget savings of lenalidomide entry were estimated at EGP869,415, -1,779,776 and -2,139,311 at year 1, year 2 and year 3, respectively, to the payer after lenalidomide entry. The model results in RRMM were most sensitive to variations in patients eligible to transplantation in RRMM. In NDMM, the model results were most sensitive to the market share of VCD in the first year.

CONCLUSION: The results of our BI models suggest that not only does RD treatment have an effect on the budget, but also has major cost savings in other areas which are very important while considering the total costs of MM treatment. This study results provided evidence-based information to the MoH that will help in decision making of whether to implement RD as a treatment intervention or not.

Ezzat, A., and R. Hosni, "BUDGET DEFICIT VOLATILITY, INSTITUTIONAL QUALITY AND MACROECONOMIC PERFORMANCE", International Journal of Euro-Mediterranean Studies, vol. 12, issue 2, pp. 21-40, 2019. ijems-2-2019_21-40.pdf
Marzouk, M., and S. Abdel Hamid, "Budget Allocation for Water Mains Rehabilitation Projects using Simos' procedure", HBRC Journal, vol. 17, issue 1, pp. 54-60, 2017.
Abu-Hamd, M., and I. Abu-Hamd, "Buckling Strength of Tapered Plate Girders under Shear & Bending", Structural Stability Research Council Annual Conference, Pennsylvania, USA, 12 May, 2011. ssrc_2011_tapered_plate_girders.pdf
Abu-Hamd, M., M. Abdel Ghaffar, and B. ElSamman, "Buckling Strength of Axially Loaded Cold Formed Built-up I-Sections with and without Stiffened Webs", Ain Sams Engineering Journal , vol. 9, issue 4, pp. 3151-3167, 2018.
Abu-Hamd, M., and B. El-Samman, "Buckling Strength of Axially Loaded Cold Formed Built-Up I-Sections", Structural Stability Research Council Annual Conference, Missouri, USA, 18 April, 2013. ssrc_2013_cfs_i_columns.pdf
Ramadan, H. M., "Buckling of Insulated Irregular Transition Flue Gas Ducts Under Axial Loading", Journal of Engineering and Applied Science, vol. 57, issue 5, pp. 431-444, 2010.
Elbana, A. A., H. M. Ramadan, and S. A. Mourad, "Buckling Enhancement of Longitudinally and Vertically Stiffened Plate Girders", Journal of Engineering and Applied Science, vol. 61, issue 4, pp. 351-370, 2014.
Ramadan, H. M., "Buckling Analysis of Vertically Curved Box Profiles Subjected to In-plane Moments", 6th International Engineering and Construction Conference (IECC'6), AISC, Cairo, Egypt, June, 2010.
Doaa M.A Garhy, Soha Ismael, H. K. Ibrahim, and M. M. Ghorab, "Buccoadhesive gel of carvedilol nanoparticles for enhanced dissolution and bioavailability ", Journal of drug delivery science and technology , vol. 47, pp. 151- 158, 2018.
Darwish, M. K., and A. N. ElMeshad, "Buccal mucoadhesive tablets of flurbiprofen: Characterization and optimization", Journal of drug discoveries and therapeutics, vol. 3, issue 4, pp. 181-189, 2009.
Adham, F. K., A. M. khedr, T. G. Ismail, M. El-Araby, A. E. E. A. A. Shahenda, and W. M. ElSayed, "Buccal deformities in chironomid larvae (Diptera:Chironomidae)as an indicator Risk Assessment and Anthropogenic stresses of pollution in fresh water of the River Nile, Sohag Governorate, Egypt.", Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences, vol. 8, issue 6, pp. 37-48, 2016.
El-Razek, M. M. A., M. I. Husien, and M. M. Morsy, Bublic Hammams in Aleppo from the Beginning of Ayyubid Period to the End of Ottoman Stage A Comparative Archeological Study, , Egypt, Cairo University, 2013. Abstractmansour_mohammed_abd_el-razek.pdf

This research study the bublic Hammams in Aleppo since the beginning of the
Ayyubid period to the end of Ottoman stage, indicating to the city of Aleppo and
the emergence of the bublic Hammams on it by following the reasons that led to
the large numbers with indicating to distribution on different parts of the city,
explaining the reasons that influenced on lt`s collection, and study sources of
supply of these buildings to water and how to access to and distribution at its
various units and how to spend it after use, also discussed how these Hammams
work, and the stages of bathing on it, this research involved also a study of effaced
Hammams and descriptive study to Hammams which still remains on the city
under the period of study, in addition to the analytical study that involved the
architectural plans for Hammams, different units, and architectural elements,
addition to study raw materials and decorative elements used in the architecture
and decoration, in the end the research contains a comparative study between
bublic Hammams on Aleppo, Damascus and Cairo.