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Hamed, A. E., M. Elsahar, N. M. Elwan, S. El-Nakeep, M. Naguib, H. H. Soliman, A. Ahmed Aboubakr, A. AbdelMaqsod, H. Sedrak, S. N. Assaad, et al., "Managing diabetes and liver disease association", Arab J Gastroenterol., vol. 19, issue 4, pp. 166-179, 2018.
Hassan, S. A., K. Alnowibet, P. Agrawal, and A. W. Mohamed, "Managing delivery of safeguarding substances as a mitigation against outbreaks of pandemics", Computers, Materials & Continua CMC, vol. 68, issue 1, pp. 1161-1181, 2021. managing_delivery_of_safeguarding_materials-cmc_journal.pdf
Said Ali Hassan, Khalid Alnowibet, P. A. A. W. M., "Managing Delivery of Safeguarding Substances as a Mitigation Against Outbreaks of Pandemics", Computers, Materials & Continua, vol. 68, no. 1, pp. 1161–1181, 2021. AbstractWebsite

The optimum delivery of safeguarding substances is a major part of supply chain management and a crucial issue in the mitigation against the outbreak of pandemics. A problem arises for a decision maker who wants to optimally choose a subset of candidate consumers to maximize the distributed quantities of the needed safeguarding substances within a specific time period. A nonlinear binary mathematical programming model for the problem is formulated. The decision variables are binary ones that represent whether to choose a specific consumer, and design constraints are formulated to keep track of the chosen route. To better illustrate the problem, objective, and problem constraints, a real application case study is presented. The case study involves the optimum delivery of safeguarding substances to several hospitals in the Al-Gharbia Governorate in Egypt. The hospitals are selected to represent the consumers of safeguarding substances, as they are the first crucial frontline for mitigation against a pandemic outbreak. A distribution truck is used to distribute the substances from the main store to the hospitals in specified required quantities during a given working shift. The objective function is formulated in order to maximize the total amount of delivered quantities during the specified time period. The case study is solved using a novel Discrete Binary Gaining Sharing Knowledge-based Optimization algorithm (DBGSK), which involves two main stages: discrete binary junior and senior gaining and sharing stages. DBGSK has the ability of finding the solutions of the introduced problem, and the obtained results demonstrate robustness and convergence toward the optimal solutions.

Temerak, M. S., S. Hibbert, and H. Winklhofer, "Managing customer participation through customer education: A future research agenda", American Marketing Association, Summer Conference, Boston, USA, American Marketing Association, pp. 1-2, 2010.
Temerak, M., S. Hibbert, and H. Winklhofer, "Managing customer participation through customer education: A future research agenda", American Marketing Association Summer Conference, Boston, USA., American Marketing Association, 2010.
Temerak, M. S., S. Hibbert, and H. Winklhofer, "Managing customer participation through customer education", r participation through customer education: A future research agenda,” The 2010 American Marketing Association Summer Conference, Boston, USA.  Temerak, M., Hibbert, S. & Winklhofer , H. (2009), “Bridging the gap between customer education and customer c, Capri, Italy, European Insitute for Advanced Studies in Management , pp. 1-7, 2009.
Temerak, M., S. Hibbert, and H. Winklhofer, "Managing customer participation through customer education", The 2009 Naples Forum on Service-Dominant Logic, Service Science and Network Theory, Capri, Italy., 2009.
Harb, S. E. - G., A. W. O’Sullivan, G. Marangoni, N. D. Heaton, and M. Rela, "Managing Arterial Collaterals Due to Coeliac Axis Stenosis During Pancreaticoduodenectomy", JOP. J Pancreas (Online), vol. 2009 Set 4, issue 10(5), pp. 547-549, 2009.
Erdem, H., S. Hagreaves, ------ Ankarali, H, A. El-Kholy, ---- Dirar Abdalla, and J. Rello, "Managing adult patients with infectious diseases in emergency departments: international ID-IRI study", Jourbal of Chemotherapy, vol. 33, issue 5, pp. 302-318, 2021. managing_adult_patients.pdf
Alawattage, C. G., and M. E. Elshihry, "The managerialism of neoliberal global governance: the case of the OECD.", The Politics of Expertise in International Organizations.: Global Institutions Series, Routledge., In Press.
Alawattage, C. G., and M. E. Elshihry, "The managerialism of neoliberal global governance: the case of the OECD.", The Politics of Expertise in International Organizations.: Global Institutions Series, Routledge., In Press.
Mabsali, Y. K. A., R. Hayward, and Y. Eliwa, "Managerial tools used to meet or beat analyst forecasts: Evidence from the UK", Journal of International Accounting, Auditing and Taxation, vol. 43, issue June, 2021.
Salhin, A., M. Sherif, and E.Jones, "Managerial sentiment, consumer confidence and sector returns", International Review of Financial Analysis, issue 47, pp. 24–38, 2017. bhf_paper.pdf
AlSadaty, A., "Management, Conservation and Rehabilitation of the Historic Housing Stock in Cairo, Egypt", 41st IAHS World Congress on Housing- Sustainability and Innovation for the Future, Albufeira, Algarve, Portugal, 15 September 16, 2016.
El-Koofy, N. M., Y. A. Abdo, D. El-Fayoumi, A. F. Esmael, M. A. Elmonem, and Z. Ezzeldin, "Management strategy and novel ophthalmological findings in neonatal severe hypertriglyceridemia: a case report and literature review.", Lipids in health and disease, vol. 20, issue 1, pp. 38, 2021. Abstract

BACKGROUND: Neonatal severe hypertriglyceridemia is rarely reported in the literature and there is no consensus for hypertriglyceridemia management at this age group.

METHODS: The index case is a 4-week-old male infant with severe hypertriglyceridemia accidentally discovered during a circumcision surgery. His clinical and genetic characteristics and his successful management strategy are described. Furthermore, a detailed ophthalmological examination of the proband was conducted at 3 and 6 months of age using Fourier-domain-optical coherence tomography.

RESULTS: Triglycerides level at presentation was extremely high 33,727 mg/dL (380.8 mmol/L). Two sessions of exchange blood transfusion on two consecutive days successfully reduced triglycerides to 382 mg/dL (4.3 mmol/L) with no adverse effects. The infant was discharged 3 days later. At discharge, the mother was advised to continue breastfeeding together with a medium-chain triglycerides formula. Satisfactory growth parameters and lipid profile values were obtained for a follow-up duration of 5 months with no reported attacks of acute pancreatitis. Lipoprotein lipase deficiency was confirmed by the detection of the LPL homozygous pathogenic variant c.805G > A; p.(Glu269Lys). Early corneal and macular lesions were detected and persisted on follow-up despite relatively good lipemic control.

CONCLUSION: This case highlights the importance of the early discovery of severe hypertriglyceridemia during the neonatal period, which is needed for prompt management and prevention of severe complications. Rationalized breastfeeding can be tolerated within the diet plan of the disease with satisfactory outcomes. To our knowledge, it is the first study reporting early corneal and macular affection by severe hypertriglyceridemia in a neonate. Prolonged follow-up is needed to determine the extent of ophthalmological lesions.

A., K. N., "Management strategies to utilize salt affected soils.", .International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) publications., pp. 21–27, 1995. Abstract
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Hamdy, S. M., M. Abdel-Nassir, H. Shehata, N. Kish, N. Shalaby, A. Hassan, A. Elmazny, E. Shaker, M. A. F. Nada, S. Ahmed, et al., "Management Strategies of Patients with Neuromyelitis Optica Spectrum Disorder During the COVID-19 Pandemic Era", Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Management, 2020.
Elbanna, S., D. M. Abdelzaher, and N. Ramadan, "Management research in the Arab World: What is now and what is next?☆", Journal of International Management, vol. 26, 2020.
Farag, H. S., S. S. Aly, K. M. Fahim, A. A. Fayed, E. M. Abdelfattah, S. M. El-Sayed, Y. M. Hegazy, and W. R. ElAshmawy, "Management Practices of Bovine Mastitis and Milk Quality on Egyptian Dairies", Vet. Sci. , vol. 10, issue 629, pp. 1-25, 2023.
Farag, H. S., S. S. Aly, K. M. Fahim, A. A. Fayed, E. M. Abdelfattah, S. M. El-Sayed, Y. M. Hegazy, and W. R. ElAshmawy, "Management Practices of Bovine Mastitis and Milk Quality on Egyptian Dairies", Veterinary Sciences, vol. 10, no. 10, 2023. AbstractWebsite

Milk production continues to be the main source of income for dairy producers, and mastitis continues to be the major health challenge for dairy cows worldwide. The objective of the current study was to describe the different management practices implemented in Egyptian dairies, which may influence mastitis and improve milk quality. An in-person survey was completed with herd managers and owners of 20 Egyptian dairies selected using a stratified random sample from four of Egypt’s milk sheds. The questionnaire included 80 questions that inquired about herd demographics, mastitis status and control, milking practices, and management practices of the study dairies. Statistical analyses included descriptive statistics, multiple factor analysis (MFA), and hierarchical clustering to identify the important principal components and different dairy clusters. Of the surveyed herds, 69.50% had less than 500 lactating cows, with Holstein as the main cow breed. The reported average milk production on the study herds was 31.1 (SE ± 1.10) Kg/cow/day. Housing of lactating, dry, and close-up cows was in open lots. The majority of the dairies milked cows were three times per day (90.63%), the remaining milked cows four (5.00%) or a mix of four and three times per day. Furthermore, herringbone parlor design was the most common parlor design (66.79%) in the study dairies. The most common disinfectants used for both pre- and post-milking teat dip were iodine-based, 90.0% and 95.0%, respectively, while 52.16% of the dairies reported that their milkers wore gloves during milking. The reported mean annual percentage of mastitis was 52.3%, as a percent of the milking herd. The study dairies reported the inspection of udder health through either visual inspection (95.00%), udder hygiene score (86.88%), teat end score (71.88%), and/or using CMT (54.91%). Contagious mastitis pathogens were reported in 45.2% of the study herds. More than 50% of the study herds relied on importing pregnant cows or pregnant heifers as replacements. Multiple factor analysis identified 20 questions and represented 5 components of variability related to mastitis on dairies. The current survey of Egyptian dairies described the herd demographics and different management practices related to mastitis control and prevention. All the study dairies relied on the blanket intramammary antimicrobial drugs at dry off when current research elsewhere has identified selective dry cow therapy as an integral component of antimicrobial stewardship on dairies. Further research is required to identify the association between different management factors and the occurrence of mastitis.

Khedr, R., H. A. Rahman, A. S. M. A. A. ABDALLAH, and H. Farag, Management Outcome of Acute Lymphoblastic Lymphoma National Cancer Institute, , CAIRO, CAIRO UNIVERSITY, 2014.
Nageh, M., L. Ibrahim, F. M. Abunaeem, and E. Salam, "Management of internal inflammatory root resorption using injectable platelet‑rich fibrin revascularization technique: a clinical study with cone‑beam computed tomography evaluation", clinical oral investigations, vol. 26, issue 2, pp. 1505-1516, 2022.