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Soliman, A. M., and M. Fawzy, "A bandpass filter using the operational amplifier pole", Solid-State Circuits, IEEE Journal of, vol. 12, no. 4: IEEE, pp. 429–430, 1977. Abstract1-1977.pdf

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Soliman, A. M., and M. Fawzy, "A BANDPASS AND A HIGHPASS ACTIVE R FILTER", Proceedings of the Twentieth Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems: August 15-17, 1977, Texas Tech University, vol. 1: Distributed by Western Periodicals Co., pp. 321, 1977. Abstractc10.pdf

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Alaa, A. M., "Band-Sweeping M-ary PSK (BS-M-PSK) Modulation and Transceiver Design", arXiv preprint arXiv:1406.4162, 2014. Abstract
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Bouwman, J., W. Ludwig, Z. Awad, K. I. Oberg, G. W. Fuchs, E. F. Van Dishoeck, and H. Linnartz, "Band profiles and band strengths in mixed H2O: CO ices", arXiv preprint arXiv:0712.2137, 2007. Abstract
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, "Band profiles and band strengths in mixed H $$\backslash$ mathsf $\{$\_2$\}$ $ O: CO ices", Astronomy & Astrophysics, vol. 476, no. 2: EDP Sciences, pp. 995–1003, 2007. Abstract
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Bakr, A. A., M. Mohsen, L. A. Said, A. H. Madian, A. S. Elwakil, and A. G. Radwan, "Banana Ripening and Corresponding Variations in Bio-Impedance and Glucose Levels", 2019 Novel Intelligent and Leading Emerging Sciences Conference (NILES), vol. 1: IEEE, pp. 130-133, 2019. Abstract
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Mostafa, H. S., "Banana plant as a source of valuable antimicrobial compounds and its current applications in the food sector", Journal of Food Science, vol. 86, pp. 3778–3797, 2021.
Poe, D. S., and B. M. N. Hanna, "Balloon dilation of the cartilaginous portion of the eustachian tube: initial safety and feasibility analysis in a cadaver model", American Journal of Otolaryngology, vol. 32, no. 2, pp. 115 - 123, 2011. AbstractWebsite

Background Balloon catheter dilation of diseased sinus ostia has recently demonstrated efficacy and safety in the treatment of chronic sinus disease with 2 years of follow-up. Similar to sinus surgery, initial studies of partial resection of inflamed mucosa from within the cartilaginous eustachian tube (ET) have demonstrated efficacy and safety in the treatment of medically refractory otitis media with effusion. Therefore, balloon dilation of the cartilaginous \{ET\} was investigated as a possible treatment modality for otitis media. Methods A protocol for sinus balloon catheter dilation was evaluated in each of the cartilaginous \{ETs\} in 8 fresh human cadaver heads. Computed tomographic scans and detailed endoscopic inspections with video or photographic documentation were performed pre- and posttreatment, and gross anatomical dissections were done to analyze the effects of treatment and to look for evidence of undesired injury. Results Catheters successfully dilated all cartilaginous \{ETs\} without any significant injuries. There were no bony or cartilaginous fractures, and 3 specimens showed minor mucosal tears in the anterolateral or inferior walls. Volumetric measurements of the cartilaginous \{ET\} lumens showed a change from an average of 0.16 to 0.49 cm3 (SD, 0.12), representing an average increase of 357% (range, 20–965%). Conclusions Balloon catheter dilation of the nasopharyngeal orifice of the \{ET\} was shown to be feasible and without evidence of untoward injury. A significant increase in volume of the cartilaginous \{ET\} was achieved. A clinical study is now indicated to determine whether balloon dilation will demonstrate lasting benefits and safety in the treatment of otitis media.

Shaker, A. A., A. AbdelRahim, O. E. A. Kashef, and A. A. Gad, Balloon angioplasty versus stenting of sequential tandem lesions in superficial femoral and popliteal arteries, , vol. 35, issue 1, pp. 59-65, 2016. AbstractWebsite

Objective: To compare Efficacy and durability immediately, after one, 6 months results of balloon angioplasty alone versus balloon angioplasty and stenting of multiple tandem lesions in superficial femoral artery (SFA). Methods: percutaneous transluminal angioplasty (PTA) with dilatation was done for 20 cases (group I) and PTA and stenting was done for 20 cases (group II) with (stenosis or occlusion). Results: On stratifying our cases according to TASC II classification, cases showed that in group I: 11(55%), 9 (45%) TASC B and C respectively, group II: 9 (45%), 11(55%) TASC B and were C lesions of the SFA. At one month, six month follow up, group I: 3occluded cases, no more occluded cases while in group II: all cases were successful, 9 cases occluded respectively. Conclusion: Although primary stenting of SFA provide excellent results in patients with TASC B& C lesions (short term). It doesn't provide Superior (Mid-term) to results to angioplasty alone. (Leave no Metal behind Policy).

Boulos, M. M. K., "Ballet Jayanah piano for Aram Khachaturian in his Composing SABELTANZ An Analytical Study", Journal of Research in the Specific Education, Faculty of Specific Education, Cairo University, 2016. ballet_jayanah_piano_for_aram_khachaturian_in_his_composing_sabeltanz_an_analytical_study.pdf
Abbas, M. H., A. M. A. Youssef, and S. M. Metwalli, "Ball Bearing Fatigue and Wear Life Optimization Using Elastohydrodynamic and Genetic Algorithm", ASME 2010 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers and Information in Engineering Conference: American Society of Mechanical Engineers, pp. 849–856, 2010. Abstract
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Ghanem, H., M. El-Dakhly, and R. Shamloul, "Balay> impotans> nda günafl> r> tadalafil kullan> m>", J Sex Med, 2008. Abstract
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Farag, D. M. S. A. E., "Balancing the Inventors’ Interest against the Public Interest: The Case of the Patent Law of Qatar", Journal of International Commercial Law and Technology, vol. 7, issue 3, 2012.
Amin, R., J. Martin, J. Deaton, L. A. DaSilva, A. Hussien, and A. Eltawil, "Balancing spectral efficiency, energy consumption, and fairness in future heterogeneous wireless systems with reconfigurable devices", IEEE journal on selected areas in communications, vol. 31, no. 5: IEEE, pp. 969–980, 2013. Abstract
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Shazly, M. H., E. S. Elmallah, and J. Harms, "Balancing area coverage in partitioned wireless sensor networks", Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC), 2012 IEEE: IEEE, pp. 2323–2328, 2012. Abstract
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Shazly, M., E. S. Elmallah, and J. Harms, "Balanced slices in wireless sensor networks", Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC), 2011 IEEE: IEEE, pp. 440–445, 2011. Abstract
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Ismail, T., and M. Al-Thaoiehie, "A Balanced Scorecard Model for Performance Excellence in Saudi Arabia's Higher Education Sector", International Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Performance Evaluation, vol. Vol.11, No.3/4, pp. 255-280, 2015. Abstract

This paper’s main objective is to introduce a Balanced Scorecard Model (BSC) which fits Saudi Arabia’s higher education institutions. We used questionnaires to obtain the opinions of respondents of public and private Saudi universities on the suggested key performance indicators (KPIs) derived from using the dimensions of the BSC of Kaplan and Norton (1992) with adaptations. The frequencies of recommended KPIs provided the basis for discussion. The findings revealed that most KPIs, recommended by respondents, were related to the customer and internal business process perspectives, whilst they did not recommend most indicators related to the learning and growth financial perspectives. Furthermore, most indicators had significant differences according to the type and age of the universities.

This paper extends previous studies on measuring performance excellence in the higher education sector by considering a set if KPIs which fit educational systems in emerging economics. The findings would help the management of Saudi universities as well as policy makers in the Saudi Ministry of Higher Education to: (i) define the possibility of adopting a BSC model to drive performance; and (ii) identify the need to a benchmarking of KPIs which fit both public and private universities.

AbouRayah, M. F., and H. M. Abdelsalam, "Balanced Scorecard as a Lean Supply Chain Implementation Tool,", Proceedings of the 37th International Conference on computers and Industrial Engineering ICC&IE, Alexandria, Egypt, 2007. Abstract

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Badawy, W. M., and M. B. ibrahim, "Balance training versus reciprocal electrical stimulation on knee joint alignment in spastic diplegic cerebral palsy children", Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy , vol. 20, issue 2, pp. 146-153, 2015. Website
Rahmy, A. F., S. M, and A. Kader, "Balance Performance and Ankle Dorsiflexors Muscles Force in Elderly: A corelational study", Bull. Fac. Ph. Cairo Univ, vol. 9, issue 2, pp. 1, 2004. 1.docx
Baiomy, N. M., N. E. Mohamed, F. S. Arab, and A. M. Abd-Elmonem, "Balance impairments in children with chronic kidney diseases", Egyptian journal of applied sciences, vol. 34, issue 12, pp. 493-503, 2019.
E., F., R. G.M., S. N., and M. G., "Balance Disturbance in Patients with Diabetic Sensory Polyneuropathy.", in Egypt J. Neurol. Psychiat. Neurosurg., vol. 51, issue 1, pp. 21-29, Submitted.
Fahmy, I. M., G. M. Ramzy, N. A. Salem, G. M. Ahmed, and A. A. Mohammed, "Balance Disturbance in Patients with Diabetic Sensory Polyneuropathy", Egyptian Journal of Neurology, Psychiatry and Neurosurgery, vol. 51, issue 1, 2014. Abstract2014511004.pdfWebsite

Balance Disturbance in Patients with Diabetic Sensory Polyneuropathy

Ibtesam M. Fahmy1, Gihan M. Ramzy1, Nahed A. Salem2,
Gehan M. Ahmed2, Abeer A. Mohammed2
Departments of Neurology1, Faculty of Medicine; Neuromuscular Disorders and its Surgery2,
Faculty of Physical Therapy; Cairo University; Egypt.

ABSTRACT

Background: Thirty percent of diabetic patients with polyneuropathy suffer from balance disturbance. Unsteadiness during standing and walking is a frequent complaint in such patients. Objective: To evaluate proprioception and vestibular function in patients with diabetic sensory polyneuropathy and to determine the effect of their disturbance on balance in such patients. Methods: This study included 60 subjects divided into two groups: group (1): included 30 patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus suffering from sensory polyneuropathy and group (2): included 30 age and sex-matched healthy subjects. All participants were subjected to complete clinical assessment. The dynamic balance was assessed clinically by Berg balance scale (BBS) and laboratory using the Balance Master system. Results: Scores of BBS were significantly lower in group (1) than group (2). In addition, Limits of Stability (LOS) test revealed a highly significant increase in the reaction time in all directions, a significant decrease in movement velocity, end excursion and directional control in all directions in group 1 than group (2). Furthermore, a highly significant decrease in the mean values of the SOT was found in group 1 in all conditions. Also, a statistically significant negative correlation was detected between balance score and age in both groups. Conclusion: There is an effect of sensory disturbance on balance in patients with diabetic polyneuropathy, which could aggravate the risk of falls in such patients. [Egypt J Neurol Psychiat Neurosurg

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