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Symptom patterns in adult patients stung by scorpions with emphasis on coagulopathy and hemoglubinuria
Rahmani, AH;Jalali, A;
Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1678-91992012000400011
Abstract: the aim of this retrospective descriptive study was to highlight clinical manifestations 24-48 hours following referral of adult patients stung by scorpions. this study contains clinical records of 290 patients admitted to razi hospital due to scorpion stings in ahvaz, khuzestan province from 2004 to 2005. the most prevalent patient age range was 15-20 years (30.3%). the most common sting location (41.3%) was the upper extremity; nearly half (49.6%) had been admitted within 6-24 hours following sting, while a large majority (85.5%) were hospitalized for 24-48 hours. a total of 116 (40%) patients presented hemoglobinuria. contrary to available prior reports, the symptoms in none of the patients were accompanied by neurological manifestations. kidney manifestations (bun, creatinine), coagulopathy and transfusion were observed in patients with blood cell lysis and hemoglobinuria. the kidney problems were seen more in patients who had been admitted more than 24 hours after the accident. overall, the findings demonstrate that coagulation and hemoglobinuria signs produced by scorpion sting in ahvaz differ significantly from those reported elsewhere.
IN VITRO PHARMACOLOGICAL STUDY UPON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF AVAILABLE ANTIVENOM AGAINST HEMISCORPIUS LEPTURUS VENOM
A Jalali,MH Pipelzadeh,R Seyedian,AH Rahmani
Jundishapur Journal of Natural Pharmaceutical Products , 2011,
Abstract: The available Razi Institute antivenom is still, empirically, used by intramuscular (IM) or intravenous (IV) administration for the treatment of human scorpion envenoming by 6 medically dangerous scorpion species including Hemiscorpius lepturus (H.lepturus). The aim of this study was to assess the neutralizing ability of the antivenom upon the hemolysis effects of the venom from H. lepturus under in vitro conditions in rat. In vitro studies were including evaluation of hemolysis potency of the venom on rat washed RBC, assessment of antihemolytic potency of antivenom on rat washed RBC suspension and time profile of antihemolytic effectiveness of antivenom on treated rat washed RBC with venom, respectively. The in vitro results showed that the antivenom (at 10μl/ml of rat washed RBC suspension) reduced the concentration-dependent hemolysis of 1% rat washed RBC produced by venom from 71 to 43 % after 24 hours of incubation. Time profile of in vitro antihemolytic effectiveness of 10 μl available antivenom against hemolysis produced by 10μg of venom was dependent on the duration of incubation. In conclusion the findings of this study on animal model demonstrate that in vitro results were not correlated well with clinical findings in human
Lingual Deconstruction of Children’s Poem in Persian and English Languages  [PDF]
Saloome Rostampour, Maryam Jalali
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2016.44031
Abstract: Poetic sentences words are placed unlike other sentences, besides each other in a special way, so that their lingual role is not the tool-oriented one to transfer message to the audience, but have a higher role. The arrangement of lexical poetic in sentences is quite symbolic and deconstructive. The poets of any society create new and innovative sentences with disrupting the common structure of the language. Innovation of new sentences or words in any language is not exclusive for the adult’s poems, and also the children poets, considering their range of audience, try to deconstruct certain words or sentences to generate innovations in the child’s poetry language. In this article, it has been tried that the “content analysis” method is used. After noting down the relevant references, the author has strived to analyze the same. The achievement of this study is to examine the manner of deconstruction of words and sentences in Persian and English language concerning children’s poem.
Segmental Infarction of Omentum –A Case Report
SA Jalali,SM Jalali
Iranian Journal of Public Health , 2001,
Abstract: Idiopathic or spontaneous segmental infarction of omentum is a rare disease producing acute abdominal emergency. This rare entity is in a small group of abdominal emergencies with circulatory compromise. Infarction could be caused by omental torsion which could be due to adhesion of a previouse surgery or it could be spontaneous. Less than 150 cases of idiopathic segmental infarction of omentum has been reported since it was first reported about hundred years ago. The importance of this abdominal emergency lies ion differential diagnosis of acute appendecitis because its defenitive diagnosis is made only after laparotomy. In these cases the appendix is normal and besides an amount of serosanguinous fluid in the peritoneal cavity, a segment of omentum is infarcted. A case of idiopathic segmental infarction is reported in a 37-year-old heavy weigh male. The suggested procedure is appendectomy and segmental resection of the necrotic piece of omentum. In this case no adhesion or torsion of omentum was present.
The Anatomical Distribution of Colorectal Carcinoma A Ten – Year Study (1990- 2000)
SA Jalali,SM Jalali
Iranian Journal of Public Health , 2002,
Abstract: Colorectal carcinoma is the most common gastrointestinal malignancy in the United States of America. In women the incidence is second to breast carcinoma; and in men it is the third most common carcinoma after lung and prostatic carcinoma. The overal incidence of colorectal carcinoma has had an increase in the first half of the past century, and has remained unchanged since. But the anatomic location has changed in the past 30 years, so that in the west 75% of the involvement was in the last 25 centimeters of the large bowel and within the reach of rigid sigmoidoscopy in those earlier years. But recent data shows that this figure is close to 60%, and since the total incidence has not changed, the right sided involvement has increased. In Iran there has been a change quite dissimilar with changes in the United States. In a study done in Iran 1956-1980 the involvement of the right colon was over 40%; but in the present study the involvement of right colon was 27% and sigmoid and left colon 29% , and the rectum 44%. So it can be concluded that the site of colorectal carcinoma has changed in Iran, in the opposite direction with what has happened in the west.
Fractional Euler Lagrange Equations for Irregular Lagrangian with Holonomic Constraints  [PDF]
Ola A. Jarab’ah
Journal of Modern Physics (JMP) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2018.98105
Abstract: In this paper the fractional Euler Lagrange equations for irregular Lagrangian with holonomic constraints have been presented. The equations of motion are obtained using fractional Euler Lagrange equations in a similar manner to the usual mechanics. The results of fractional calculus reduce to those obtained from classical calculus (the standard Euler Lagrange equations) when γ0 and α, β are equal unity only. Two problems are considered to demonstrate the application of the formalism.
Comparison between Simple and Advanced Data Analysis to Pure Oxygen Absorption Spectrum at the 1270 nm Band  [PDF]
Muhammad A. Al-Jalali
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics (JAMP) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jamp.2015.39138
Abstract: Simple and advanced data analysis was carried out on the pure oxygen absorption spectrum by Voigt deconvolution method between 1200 - 1300 nm, which represented the near-infrared spectrum. Pressures were 1, 5, 10, 15, 20, and 25 bars at 298 K. Experimental spectral lines showed two peaks at 1264 nm belong to O2 dimol and 1268 nm wavelength belong to O2 monomer, but advanced analysis of spectral lines gave many peaks around those two peaks. The total number of energy levels (peaks) decreases when pressure increases.
Nova governa??o, nova cidadania? Os cidad?os e a política em Portugal
Jalali,Carlos;
Tékhne - Revista de Estudos Politécnicos , 2005,
Abstract: a pattern of declining trust of citizens in their political agents is perceptible in portugal - a reflection also of the sentiments of political inefficacy of citizens. one of the solutions advanced for this recently is the need for a better political class. however, this ignores the choice in values that democracy implies. this article suggests the concept of governance as providing useful pointers to this pattern, to the extent that it recognises the dependency of power that exists between all those that intervene in collective action - including citizens, in a citizenship with both rights and responsibilities (stoker, 1998: 21-22). this appears to be particularly relevant in the current context of a ?hollowing-out? of the state.
Influence of Personality Profile on Academic Achievement of Undergraduate Students
Tayebeh Jalali
The Social Sciences , 2013, DOI: 10.3923/sscience.2012.268.269
Abstract: To find the relationship between the personality profile and academic performance of students studying graphics of Al-Zahra Technical Institute, Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) was administered to a group of 95 students. The findings showed that there was a significant difference in the academic performance of students between the Thinking (T) and the Feeling (F) type. The findings also suggested that students with the Thinking (T) type had better grades than the Feeling (F) type. Also, it was shown that there was a significance difference between the Judging (J) type and Perceiving (P) type.
Children Characters in Rumi’s Masnavi
Maryam Jalali
International Journal of Human Sciences , 2009,
Abstract: In this paper we focus on the stories of Masnavi in which the children have the main role. The aim is to consider children’s attitudes as the elements of the story. The subjects we are going to work on are as follows: To consider carefully the apparent, spiritual, mental and environmental connections, to identify the static and dynamic character, and the protagonist and antagonist of mentioned children. Rumi has selected child character in 26 stories in Masnavi. All children are described based on gender, name, age and social class. The characters in Masnavi can be divided in two groups as human (men, women, and children) and non-human (God, angels, fairies, animals and etc.) characters. Almost all of the characters in Rumi’s stories do not have a special name and they are called with words that determine their gender or age. Gender is an important feature in characters especially in babies. Of course spiritual and mental features and the environment where they have been grown are mentioned and the words are coordinated with mental and social levels. Rumi’s skill is consistency between characters and environment. Babies’ character has consistency with their environment. All these factors will show the mature period, and need behaviors. There descriptions help the reader for deep understanding.
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