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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.  ...
Comparative Study between Duration of Injury and Muscle Response to Rehabilitation of Patients Undergoing Anterior Cruciate Ligament Surgery سحر علي عبدالمحسن عبدالمحسن

Aim; to compare between duration of anterior cruciate ligament injury and quadriceps muscle response to rehabilitation regarding size and strength for patients undergoing anterior cruciate ligament surgery. Patients and methods; Non-equivalent control group design was utilized to conduct this study, The study sample,60 adult patients with an anterior cruciate ligament injury, patients were divided into two equal groups (30 patients for each), group one their injury less than 3 months and group two their duration of injury more than 3 months.

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International Journal of Nephrology and Urological Disorders رايسا نذير احمد كازا

High salt induced renal sympathetic nerve activation is the cause of concerned in development of cardiovascular diseases in obese individuals.The exact mechanism between this relationship is not known.However substantial evidences have described the role of high salt on central nervous system through the involvement of brain angiotensin and reactive brain oxygen species in renal sympathoexcitation. Further research is needed to understand the role of high salt induced renal symathoexcitation and the development of hypertension in obesity.This could be helpful in the treatment of salt induced hypertension in obesity.

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Grading of intelligence level among female University students on the nonverbal scale of Raven’s Standard Progressive Matrices (RSPM) include 60 visual test images. سودها سودا انبالاجين
Effect of teaching patients neck stretching exercises on neck pain and disability following thyroidectomy سحر علي عبدالمحسن عبدالمحسن

Objective: The aim of this research was to evaluate the effect of teaching patients stretching neck exercises on pain and disability of the neck following thyroidectomy.

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Effect of compliance to the discharge instructions among patients with internal fixation for hip fracture سحر علي عبدالمحسن عبدالمحسن

Internal fixation is recommended when the need is urgent for preserving the hip joint rather than replacing it. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of complying with an educational intervention (booklet) and the discharge instructions on the outcomes of patients with internal fixation for hip fracture.

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The Effect of Nursing Guidelines on Minimizing Incidence of Complications for Patients with Percutaneous Nephrostomy Tube سحر علي عبدالمحسن عبدالمحسن

Percutaneous nephrostomy is an image-guided placement of a catheter into the renal collecting system to provide permanent or temporary urinary drainage following a procedure or to relieve ureteric obstruction. (Tuttle et al., 2005). Patient preparation before procedure; the patient should be assessed for current physical status and presence of comorbidities that may affect the risk of developing complications following the procedure. Prophylactic antibiotics have been widely used in preparing patients for percutaneous nephrostomy (Mariappan & Smith, 2006). 

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Rehabilitation Guidelines for Patients Undergoing Arthroscopic Knee Surgeryfor Meniscal Trimming سحر علي عبدالمحسن عبدالمحسن

Meniscal injuries affects 60 to 70 cases per 100,000 people, In the USA, surgical procedures for the meniscus are performed on approximately 850,000 patients each year. The aims of the present study were to; assess knowledge and practice of patients undergoing knee arthroscopy for meniscal trimming, evaluate the effect of applying a rehabilitation guidelines on knowledge and practice of patients undergoing knee arthroscopy for meniscal trimming, and to examine the effect of the rehabilitation guidelines on the outcomes of patients undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery for meniscal trimming. 

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Satisfaction of patients undergoing knee arthroscopy for meniscal trimming in the out-patient arthroscopy clinic at Assiut University Hospital سحر علي عبدالمحسن عبدالمحسن

Patient  satisfaction  is  a  health  care  recipient's  reaction  to  salient  aspects  of  the  context,  process  and result  of  their  service  experience. Meniscal  injuries  affects  60  to  70  cases  per  100,000  people,  In  the USA, surgical procedures for the meniscus are performed on approximately 850,000 patients each year. The aim of the present study was to assess satisfaction of patients who will undergo arthroscopic knee surgery  for  meniscal  trimming  with  medical  care  received  in  the  out-patient  arthroscopy  clinic.

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