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Prevalence and Risk Factors of Ischemic Heart Disease among Patients Undergoing Coronary Angiography سحر علي عبدالمحسن عبدالمحسن
Ischemic heart disease (IHD), also called coronary heart disease (CHD) is defined as the presence of atherosclerotic plaques in one or more of the major coronary arteries that supply blood to the heart muscle. Ischemia refers to an imbalance between myocardial oxygen supply and demand that is most commonly caused by plaques that impede blood flow to tissue distal to the stenosis (Bonow et al., 2015) Coronary artery disease (CAD) caused about 1 of every 6 deaths in the United States in 2010. Also in the same year, there were 379,559 deaths in the United States attributed to CHD. Each year, about 620,000 Americans experience either a first hospitalized myocardial infarction or die secondary to CHD, and about 295,000 have a recurrent hospitalized myocardial infarction. Furthermore, it is estimated that an additional 150,000 silent first MI occur each year which is associated with a poorer long-term prognosis (Wong et al., 2015) ...
Effect of Designed Nursing Guidelines on Minimizing Postoperative Complications for Patients Undergoing Thyroidectomy سحر علي عبدالمحسن عبدالمحسن
Thyroidectomy is a very common surgical procedure worldwide and has a significant role in the management of thyroid disease in patients with simple goiter, benign thyroid tumors, hyperthyroidism (including hyperthyroidism in pregnancy) and thyroid cancer (Tidy, 2011). Thyroid surgery may involve; total thyroidectomy, which aims to achieve complete removal of the thyroid tissue, subtotal thyroidectomy; bilateral thyroid remnants are left and finally, thyroid lobectomy that involves removing the nodular half of the thyroid gland (Liu et al., 2015). ...
ACTIVE-LEARNING FOR NONNATIVE-ENGLISH SPEAKING STUDENTS رايسا نذير احمد كازا
EUROMENTOR JOURNAL STUDIES ABOUT EDUCATION,Volume IX, No. 4/December 2018. We describe the process of teaching and learning through sessions of different active-learning methods to achieve course objectives and learning outcomes when both students and teachers cannot interact appropriately during lectures because of the absence of a common language of communication. The students developed a positive approach toward active learning. They were more successful in retaining the information delivered during the lecture. They were focused in the class and did not wait for lecture to end in a 2-hour lecture period; however, the students were passive and inattentive during traditional lectures because of their low ability to follow English. Furthermore, an advantage of this study was that the teacher instantly received feedback during the execution of these active-learning methods. In addition, the teacher could also identify the difficulties faced by the students. Keywords: Instructions, Traditional, active learning, physiology, class rooms, nonnative English speaker ...
Relationship between health-related quality of life and self-esteem of adult patients receiving chemotherapy for cancer treatment سحر علي عبدالمحسن عبدالمحسن

Self-esteem and quality of life are two major and important do-mains in management of cancer patients that must not be over looked and from the researcher's views, in Egyptian oncology units those two domains are totally neglected which reflects nega-tively on patient's outcome.

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Effect of nursing teaching guidelines on quality of life for patients with hypothyroidism سحر علي عبدالمحسن عبدالمحسن

Hypothyroidism slows the metabolism, with the classic symptoms of movement slowness, tiredness, low energy, change in appearance and voice, weight gain, decreased libido, cold intolerance, and constipation, neuromuscular symptoms as muscle stiffness, cramps, and easy fatigability, cognitive problems as poor memory, attention deficits, and difficulties with calculations. Hypothyroidism may also be associated with high psychiatric morbidity, especially depression and paranoid disorder. The symptoms of hypothyroidism, both physiological and psychological, can have a considerable effect on patient's quality of life (QoL)

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Psychological distress and Coping Strategies among Women with Breast Cancer on Chemotherapy at Assiut university Hospital سحر علي عبدالمحسن عبدالمحسن

Proper coping and adjustment is essential in facing chronic diseases, especially during the treatment period such as chemotherapy, employing four main styles in coping with the treatment crisis - think positively/fighter, acceptance, fearfulness and hopelessness. Those who used the “confrontive” element in coping style, were found to experience less psychological and physical symptoms, as compared to the patients who had “avoidant” element in the coping strategy used, (John D and MacArthur, 1998, Shapiro, et al. 1997 Payne, 1990).

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Comparative study: quality of life between Assiut university hospital and Umulj hospital for patients with end stage renal disease undergoing hemodialysis سحر علي عبدالمحسن عبدالمحسن

QOL is used to evaluate the general well being of individuals and societies. It may vary according to the patient as well as the disease condition. The World Health Organization defines Quality of life as “an individual’s perception of their position in life in the context of the culture and value systems in which they live and in relation to their goals, expectations, standards and concerns. It is a broad ranging concept affected in a complex way by the person’s physical health, psychological state, personal beliefs, social relationships and their relationship to salient features of their environment”(Oort, 2005)

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Effect of nursing guidelines on minimizing incidence rate of post cardiac catheterization complications سحر علي عبدالمحسن عبدالمحسن

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Prevalence and Predisposing Factors of Compartment Syndrome among Patients with Lower Limb Fracture at Assiut University Hospital سحر علي عبدالمحسن عبدالمحسن

Acute compartment syndrome occurs when the tissue pressure within a closed muscle compartment exceeds the perfusion pressure and results in muscle and nerve ischemia. It typically occurs subsequent to a traumatic event, most commonly a fracture (Park et al., 2009).

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Early detection of kidney function in diabetic kidney disease: An approach to prevent end stage renal disease رايسا نذير احمد كازا
This article is publisher in Journal of Interventional Nephrology on 2018 Chronic progression of diabetic kidney disease brings a gradual decrease in the renal function. Without early recognition and clinical assessments, would eventually leads to end stage renal failure. The major challenges are to detect it in initial stage or its onset thereby improving diabetic kidney disease outcomes. An insight into the renal function and pathophysiology of diabetic kidney disease will provide an evidence for the renal function impairments.Conventional measurement of albuminuria and glomerular filtration rate are widely being used as marker for detection of renal function impairment in diabetic kidney disease. However, these measures are not accurate having some limitations and are associated with certain percentage of kidney damage. Interestingly recent focus is on the potential use of novel biomarkers for early detection of diabetic kidney disease. Plasma and urinary biomarkers reflecting the glomerular and tubular injury, inflammation and fibrosis considered as being suitable for early detection of diabetic kidney disease. Novel biomarker in identifying kidney disease during the course of diabetes can help to delay or prevents the onset of diabetic kidney disease early enough and possibly prevent the progression towards end stage renal failure. This will have a positive impact on the diagnosis of diabetic kidney disease and decreases the incidence of cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. Consequently, reducing the burden on health care sector and brings an improvement in the health outcome of the diabetic kidney disease patient.  ...
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