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Fadel, F. I., S. H. Makar, A. E. Eskander, and A. H. Aon, "Decreasing intra-dialytic morbid events and assessment of dry weight in children on chronic hemodialysis using non-invasive changes in hematocrit.", Saudi journal of kidney diseases and transplantation : an official publication of the Saudi Center for Organ Transplantation, Saudi Arabia, vol. 25, issue 5, pp. 1030-7, 2014 Sep. Abstract

Achieving dry weight after hemodialysis (HD) is critical as chronic fluid over-load can result in left ventricular hypertrophy, while small fluid shifts may result in intra-dialytic morbid events (IME). In the pediatric population, estimating dry weight can be difficult due to growth while on dialysis. Continuous non-invasive monitoring of the hematocrit (NIVM) has been proposed as a more accurate method of estimating dry weight. Fifteen pediatric patients on chronic HD (6 males and 9 females; mean age 11.4 ± 2.28 years) were included in an uncontrolled prospective study involving three phases. In phase 1, patients were observed for one month for their dry weight and frequency of IME. Phase 2 consisted of using NIVM-guided ultrafiltration algorithm for rate of blood volume (BV) reduction and post-dialysis refill, recommending an intra-dialytic reduction in BV of 8% in the first hour and <4% per hour thereafter and without significant post-dialytic vascular refill. Phase 3 comprised a one month period for comparing the results. IME decreased from 33 episodes per 180 sessions in phase 1 to 4 per 180 sessions during phase 3 (P = 0.04), without a significant difference in pre-systolic or post-systolic or mean BP before and after the intervention (all P >0.1). In phase 1, 40% of patients experienced no IME, 33% experienced one or two IME while 27% experienced more than two IME; during phase 3, 80% experienced no IME, 20% experienced one or two IME while no one experienced more than two IME. NIVM can serve as an objective method for determining dry weight as well as predicting and preventing IME in the pediatric population on maintenance HD.

Fadel, F. I., S. H. Makar, A. E. Eskander, and A. H. Aon, "Decreasing intra-dialytic morbid events and assessment of dry weight in children on chronic hemodialysis using non-invasive changes in hematocrit.", Saudi journal of kidney diseases and transplantation : an official publication of the Saudi Center for Organ Transplantation, Saudi Arabia, vol. 25, issue 5, pp. 1030-7, 2014 Sep. Abstract

Achieving dry weight after hemodialysis (HD) is critical as chronic fluid over-load can result in left ventricular hypertrophy, while small fluid shifts may result in intra-dialytic morbid events (IME). In the pediatric population, estimating dry weight can be difficult due to growth while on dialysis. Continuous non-invasive monitoring of the hematocrit (NIVM) has been proposed as a more accurate method of estimating dry weight. Fifteen pediatric patients on chronic HD (6 males and 9 females; mean age 11.4 ± 2.28 years) were included in an uncontrolled prospective study involving three phases. In phase 1, patients were observed for one month for their dry weight and frequency of IME. Phase 2 consisted of using NIVM-guided ultrafiltration algorithm for rate of blood volume (BV) reduction and post-dialysis refill, recommending an intra-dialytic reduction in BV of 8% in the first hour and <4% per hour thereafter and without significant post-dialytic vascular refill. Phase 3 comprised a one month period for comparing the results. IME decreased from 33 episodes per 180 sessions in phase 1 to 4 per 180 sessions during phase 3 (P = 0.04), without a significant difference in pre-systolic or post-systolic or mean BP before and after the intervention (all P >0.1). In phase 1, 40% of patients experienced no IME, 33% experienced one or two IME while 27% experienced more than two IME; during phase 3, 80% experienced no IME, 20% experienced one or two IME while no one experienced more than two IME. NIVM can serve as an objective method for determining dry weight as well as predicting and preventing IME in the pediatric population on maintenance HD.

Fadel, F., S. Makar, H. Zekri, and D. Hesham3, "Decreasing Hyperhomocysteinemia by Using On-Line Hemodiafiltration in Children on Regular Hemodialysis", Geget Journal of Egyptian Society Pediatric Nephrology and Transplantation, vol. 13, issue February, pp. 1-9, 2013. 7_hcy_hdf_geget.pdf
Abdelkader, N. A., A. Y. Mahmoud, N. A. Fayaz, and L. S. E. - D. Mahmoud, "Decreased neck proprioception and postural stability after induced cervical flexor muscles fatigue.", Journal of musculoskeletal & neuronal interactions, vol. 20, issue 3, pp. 421-428, 2020. Abstractjmni-paper-2020.pdf

OBJECTIVES: This study investigated the effect of cervical flexor muscles fatigue on neck proprioception and postural stability.

METHODS: Forty-five male and female subjects were evaluated pre, immediate after induction of fatigue, and after recovery. Isometric neck flexor muscle endurance test (NET) was used for the induction of cervical flexor muscle fatigue. Cervical proprioception was assessed by cervical joint position error test (JPET) via overhead laser pointer while postural stability was assessed by using (a) biodex balance system measuring "Overall stability index (OSI), Anterior/ posterior (A/P) index and medial/ lateral (M/L) index", (b) multidirectional reach test.

RESULTS: There was a significant decrease in cervical proprioception (cervical joint position error test) and postural stability (biodex balance system & multidirectional reach test) immediate post-induction of fatigue compared with both before induction of fatigue & after recovery from fatigue (p<0.001).

CONCLUSION: Subjects suffering from cervical muscles fatigue are vulnerable to have a significant effect on neck proprioception and postural instability as it impaired the cervical proprioception sense & postural stability. Therefore, our study provides information for the clinicians and patients to avoid overload fatigue of the cervical muscles because it affects overall postural balance, neck proprioception & righting reaction.

Mokbel, A., L. Rashid, and R. Al-Harizy, "Decreased Level of Soluble Receptors of Advanced Glycated End Products (sRAGE) And Glycine82serine 5 (G82S) Polymorphism in Egyptian Patients with Ra", The Egyptian Rheumatologist, vol. 33, issue 1, 2011. Abstractcu_pdf.pdf

The receptor for advanced glycation end products (RAGE) has been implicated in the pathogenesis of RA through its ability to amplify inflammatory pathways. Aims of the work: (1) To evaluate the levels of soluble receptors of advanced glycated end products (sRAGE) as well as the gene variant among patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). (2) To assess the association between the sRAGE level and the RAGE gene variants and to correlate the findings.

A. Mokbel, L. Rashid, and R. Al-Harizy, "Decreased level of soluble receptors of advanced glycated end products (sRAGE) and Glycine 82 Serine (G82S) polymorphism in Egyptian patients withRA.", The Egyptian Rheumatologist .., vol. 33, issue 1, pp. 53-60, 2010. srage_in_ra.pdf
Raheem, H. M. A., H. A. Shehata, L. A. Rashed, and M. A. Saleh, "Decreased level of PAR2 in Psoriasis and MF patients receiving Phototherapy.", Photodermatology, photoimmunology & photomedicine, vol. 35, issue 4, pp. 282-283, 2019.
Hamouda, M. E., C. Pasquero, and E. Tziperman, Decoupling of the Arctic Oscillation and North Atlantic Oscillation in a warmer climate, , vol. 11, issue 2, pp. 137 - 142, 2021. AbstractWebsite

The North Atlantic Oscillation and the Arctic Oscillation are modes of climate variability affecting temperature and precipitation in the mid-latitudes. Here we use reanalysis data and climate model simulations of historical and warm climates to show that the relationship between the two oscillations changes with climate warming. The two modes are currently highly correlated, as both are strongly influenced by the downward propagation of stratospheric polar vortex anomalies into the troposphere. When considering a very warm climate scenario, the hemispherically defined Arctic Oscillation pattern shifts to reflect variability of the North Pacific storm track, while the regionally defined North Atlantic Oscillation pattern remains stable. The stratosphere remains an important precursor for North Atlantic Oscillation, and surface Eurasian and Aleutian pressure anomalies precede stratospheric anomalies. Idealized general circulation model simulations suggest that these modifications are linked to the stronger warming of the Pacific compared with the slower warming of the Atlantic Ocean.

, "Decoupling between two asymmetric non-perfectly matched antennas for mimo applications", Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium (APSURSI), 2012 IEEE: IEEE, pp. 1–2, 2012. Abstract
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Moharram, M. A., and A. A. Kishk, "Decoupling between two asymmetric non-perfectly matched antennas for mimo applications", Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium (APSURSI), 2012 IEEE: IEEE, pp. 1–2, 2012. Abstract
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Moharram, M. A., and A. A. Kishk, "Decoupling between two asymmetric non-perfectly matched antennas for mimo applications", Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium (APSURSI), 2012 IEEE: IEEE, pp. 1-2, 2012. Abstract
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Abbas, M., A. R. M. Hameed, A. M. Al-Enizi, B. M. Thamer, A. Yousef, and M. H. El-Newehy, "Decorated carbon nanofibers with mixed nickel¡manganese carbides for methanol electrooxidation in alkaline solution", International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, vol. 46, issue 9, pp. 6494-6512, 2021. 4c.pdf
Gabr, R. E., P. Aksit, P. A. Bottomley, A. - B. M. Youssef, and Y. M. Kadah, "Deconvolution-interpolation gridding (DING): Accurate reconstruction for arbitraryk-space trajectories", Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, vol. 56, pp. 1182–1191, 2006. Abstract
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Adly, A. A., and S. K. Abd-El-Hafiz, "A Deconvolution Approach to the Three Dimensional Identification of Cracks in Magnetic Slabs", International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE), vol. 7, issue 5, pp. 2357-2364, 2017. Abstract
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Ayah, A. - S. B., N. M. Sara, and E. R. Shimaa, "Decontamination of Eggshell Contaminated with Salmonella Typhimurium Using Natural Plant Extracts", International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research & Allied Sciences, vol. 7, pp. 10-19, 2018. Abstract
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Abdel-Naeem, H. H. S., E. M. S. M. Ebaid, K. H. M. Khalel, F. A. M. El-Nawawi, K. ´´ an Imre, A. Morar, and V. Herman, "Decontamination of chicken meat using dielectric barrier discharge cold plasma technology: The effect on microbial quality, physicochemical properties, topographical structure, and sensory attributes", LWT - Food Science and Technology, vol. 165 (2022), issue 113739, pp. 1-10, Submitted.
Ali, M., M. Rushdi, and J. Ho, "Deconstructing Kernel Machines", Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery in Databases - European Conference, {ECML} {PKDD} 2014, Nancy, France, September 15-19, 2014. Proceedings, Part {I}, pp. 34–49, 2014. Abstract
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Elrefaei, P., "Deconstructing Borders: Arab American Immigrants and Body Politics in Mohja Kahf's The Girl in the Tangerine Scarf", Cairo Studies in English: The Imaginaire and (Re)Shaping the World , vol. 2024, issue no. 1, pp. 58-75, 2024.
waleed abbass, "Decompressive craniotomy for traumatic non missile acute subdural hematoma.", 10th Asian Congress of Neurosurgery , kazakhstan, 2014.
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