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How Vaginal Infections Impact Women’s Everyday Life
—Women’s Lived Experiences of Bacterial Vaginosis and Recurrent Vulvovaginal Candidiasis
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Annsofie Adolfsson, Anna Hagander, Farzane Mahjoubipour, Per-G?ran Larsson
Advances in Sexual Medicine (ASM) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/asm.2017.71001
Abstract: Reoccurring symptoms and persistent problems that continue post treatment can be characteristic of the vaginal infections Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) and recurrent vulvovaginal candidiasis (RVVC). The purpose of this study was to describe women’s life experiences in managing the symptoms of bacterial vaginosis and Candida. Sixteen women were recruited and participated in an interview study when they contacted a Swedish gynecology clinic with vaginal complaints that ranged from and included abnormal discharge, irritation itching along with serious malodor. An interpretive phenomenological approach was used with an individual interview to get a more intimate understanding of the women experiencing these problems. The finding of this study shows that managing the recurrent symptoms of the infections remains to be a challenge for women as it has a clearly negative impact on the quality of their lives. Four themes developed: frustration and mood disorders, intimacy changes in the relationship, exposure, hope and relief. The women had high hopes of eliminating the symptoms within the six-month study period. The treatment program, with its well-developed guidelines and continuity of care within the context of the study greatly improved the quality of life of these women. Women had feelings of frustration and anxiety when nothing could cure their problem while they had also a great hope to get rid of the symptoms with a long striking treatment. Well-developed guidelines and continuity of care can help these women to have an improved quality of life.
ODMRP with Quality of Service and local recovery with security Support
Farzane kabudvand
International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security , 2009,
Abstract: In this paper we focus on one critical issue in mobile ad hoc networks that is multicast routing and propose a mesh based ”on demand” multicast routing protocol for Ad-Hoc networks with QoS (quality of service) support. Then a model was presented which is used for create a local recovering mechanism in order to joining the nodes to multi sectional groups at the minimized time and method for security in this protocol we present .
ODMRP with Quality of Service and local recovery with security Support
Farzane Kabudvand
Computer Science , 2009,
Abstract: In this paper we focus on one critical issue in mobile ad hoc networks that is multicast routing and propose a mesh based on demand multicast routing protocol for Ad-Hoc networks with QoS (quality of service) support. Then a model was presented which is used for create a local recovering mechanism in order to joining the nodes to multi sectional groups at the minimized time and method for security in this protocol we present .
Effect of Laser Fluence on the Characteristics of Ag Nanoparticles Produced by Laser Ablation  [PDF]
Davoud Dorranian, Shiva Tajmir, Farzane Khazanehfar
Soft Nanoscience Letters (SNL) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/snl.2013.34017
Abstract: 6-12 nm silver nanoparticles were synthesized by the pulsed laser ablation of a high purity silver bulk in distilled water. Effect of laser fluence on the size, morphology and structure of produced nanoparticles has been studied experimentally. Pulses of a Q-switched Nd:YAG laser of 1064 wavelength at 7 ns pulse width at different fluences were employed to irradiate the silver target in water. The UV-Visible absorption spectra of the Ag nanoparticles exhibit surface plasmon resonance absorption peak in the UV region. TEM and SEM micrographs, in a good agreement with DLS results, indicate that with increasing the laser fluence the average size of spherical Ag nanoparticles is decreased. It is found that Ag nanoparticles exhibit photoluminescence emission with two peaks because of the inter band transition and electron-hole recombination.
Quality of Service in Wireless Network
Farzane kaboudvand,neda kaboodvand
International Journal of Computer Science and Communication Networks , 2012,
Abstract: In the present paper an important discussion involving case oriented mobile webs will be examined. Case oriented mobile webs are defined as webs that are established without any special substructure and may be used in conferences and military actions, etc. Here it is tried to make a structural change in rout locating protocols of wireless webs in order to increase the speed rate of broadcasting packages as well as make sure high level reliability in that. The results of simulation show improved function of new protocol in comparison with the base one.
Smallest defining sets of super-simple 2 - (v, 4,1) directed designs
Nasrin Soltankhah,Farzane Amirzade
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: A $2-(v,k,\lambda)$ directed design (or simply a $2-(v,k,\lambda)DD$) is super-simple if its underlying $2-(v,k,2\lambda)BIBD$ is super-simple, that is, any two blocks of the $BIBD$ intersect in at most two points. A $2-(v,k,\lambda)DD$ is simple if its underlying $2-(v,k,2\lambda)BIBD$ is simple, that is, it has no repeated blocks. A set of blocks which is a subset of a unique $2-(v,k,\lambda)DD$ is said to be a defining set of the directed design. A smallest defining set, is a defining set which has smallest cardinality. In this paper simultaneously we show that the necessary and sufficient condition for the existence of a super-simple $2-(v,4,1)DD$ is $v\equiv1\ ({\rm mod}\ 3)$ and for these values except $v=7$, there exists a super-simple $2-(v,4,1)DD$ whose smallest defining sets have at least a half of the blocks. And also for all $\epsilon > 0$ there exists $v_0(\epsilon)$ such that for all admissible $v>v_0$ there exists a $2-(v,4,1)DD$ whose smallest defining sets have at least $(5/8-\frac{c}{v})\mid \mathcal{B}\mid$ blocks, for suitable positive constant c.
Super-simple 2-(v; 5; 1) directed designs and their smallest defining sets
Nasrin Soltankhah,Farzane Amirzade
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: In this paper we investigate the spectrum of super-simple 2-$(v,5,1)$ directed designs (or simply super-simple 2-$(v,5,1)$DDs) and also the size of their smallest defining sets. We show that for all $v\equiv1,5\ ({\rm mod}\ 10)$ except $v=5,15$ there exists a super-simple $(v,5,1)DD$. Also for these parameters, except possibly $v=11,91$, there exists a super-simple 2-$(v,5,1)$DD whose smallest defining sets have at least a half of the blocks.
Study the effect of exercise on systolic pulmonary artery pressure in healthy subjects  [PDF]
Masoud Seyedian, Farzane Ahmadi, Atefeh Lalvand, Mohammad Nourizadeh
Health (Health) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/health.2012.44037
Abstract: Introduction: As no data is available concerning the cut-off value defining abnormal pulmonary artery systolic pressure (PASP) response in subjects of various ages, the aim of this study is to assess physiological PASP response to exercise in healthy individuals of various ages. Material and methods: One hundred and twenty three healthy volunteers, aged 30 to 70 years, underwent Doppler echocardiographic measurements at rest and after treadmill exercise test. Pulmonary artery systolic pressure was estimated at rest, and immediately after peak exercise using Bernoulli formula (four times tricuspid valve regurgitation velocity squared adding an estimated right atrial pressure). Results: Lower and upper limits of PASP during rest was 7 and 28 mmHg and after peak exercise was 14 and 48 mmHg respectively. After exercise, PASP increased from rest (14 ± 4 mmHg) to peak (25 ± 7 mmHg). Pulmonary artery systolic pressure during rest and peak exercise, increased with age, but has no correlation with body mass index or gender. Conclusion: Pulmonary artery systolic pressure at peak exercise can frequently reach values ≥ 30 mmHg in healthy individuals with good exercise capacity, especially in elderly individuals, which goes beyond pathologic definitions of pulmonary hypertension.
Effect of Annealing Temperature on the Optical Properties of Palladium Thin Film  [PDF]
Feridoun Samavat, Farzane Mahmoodi, Parisa Taravati Ahmad, Mohammad Faraz Samavat, Mohammad Hossein Tavakoli, Sanaz Hadidchi
Open Journal of Physical Chemistry (OJPC) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojpc.2012.22014
Abstract: In this paper, the effect of annealing temperature on the optical properties of palladium thin films has been investigated. The Pd thin films with thickness of about 123 ? were deposited on glass substrates by electron beam coating method. Then the palladium thin films were annealed in air at 350℃, 450℃, 550℃ and 650℃ for 1h and then cold slowly. All the initial Pd films were found to have amorphous structure. Their optical properties were studied as function of annealing temperature using Ultraviolet-Visible (UV-Vis) spectroscopy. The direct band gaps in Pd films have been de- termined. Decreasing the values of the direct band gap shows also increasing the Pd crystallite nanostructure with increasing annealing temperature.
Effect of Salinity on Larval Development and Survival of the Caspian Sea Barnacle, Balanus improvisus Darwin (1854)
Ali Nasrolahi,Farzane Farahani,Sayed Jafar Saifabadi
Journal of Biological Sciences , 2006,
Abstract: The effect of salinity on larval stage and survival of B. improvisus was evaluated under controlled laboratory conditions. This study is carried out for the first time on the Caspian Sea B. improvisus population. Larvae were provided using egg lamella at later development stage. Hatch nauplii were mass reared in 0.6 L glass beakers(1 larva per 2 mL) on a different salinity and daily monoalgal diet (Chaetoceros calcitrans) at 21x105 cells per mL, under continuous light at 25°C (±1). The majority of nauplius II larvae in 8-25‰ range, completed the life cycle to cypris stage after 7 days. But larval size was decreased with increase salinity. Larvae that held in beakers at 7 and 28‰, completed life cycle after 8 days and about 36‰, was gained 9 days. With increase salinity from 12 due to 36‰, survival was decreased. Larval survival was highest in 12‰ (66%) and lowest in 36‰ (14%).
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