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Urinary Tract Infections in Children
Mustafa Taskesen,Aysun Karabay Bayazit
Arsiv Kaynak Tarama Dergisi , 2009,
Abstract: Urinary tract infections (UTI) are frequent conditions in children. Untreated urinary tract infections can lead to serious kidney problems that could threaten the life of the child. Therefore, early detection and treatment of urinary tract infection is important. In older children, urinary tract infections may cause obvious symptoms such as stomach ache and disuria. In infants and young children, UTIs may be harder to detect because of less specific symptoms. Recurrences are common in children with urinary abnormalities such as neurogenic bladder, vesicourethral reflux or those with very poor toilet and hygiene habits. This article reviews the diagnostic approach and presents the current data related to the roles of radiologic imaging, surgical correction and antibiotic prophylaxis of UTIs in children. [Archives Medical Review Journal 2009; 18(2.000): 57-69]
Effects of Sweet Gum (Liquidambar orientalis), Mulberry Leaves (Morus alba) and the Larval Ganglion Extracts of Silkworm (Bombyx mori) on Stroke Parameters (Hemoglobin, Strokin, Cortexin, Frontalin, Temporalin, Parietalin, Occipitalin, Brain Ventriculin, Hemorrhagic Clot) in Rabbits (Lepus capensis)
Vahdettin Bayazit
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012,
Abstract: The aim of this study was to examine, the effects of sweet gum (Liquidambar orientalis), mulberry leaves (Morus alba) and the larval ganglion extracts of silkworm (Bombyx mori) on stroke parameters. Animals were performed the stroke by higher thermal schock. We have carried out this study on rabbits (Lepus capensis). Over dosages of sweet gum break down fibrin blood clots and reduced cystolic and diastolic pressure. Mulberry leave extracts and the larval ganglion extracts of silkworm exhibited the resembling effects on strokin, cortexin, frontalin, occipitalin, temporalin, parietalin, brain ventriculin-I, brain ventriculin-II, brain ventriculin-III, brain ventriculin-IV. Most of the adverse events were not severe related to these agents.
Effects of Tortoise (Testudo greaca) Antifreeze Proteins on Liposome Leakage in Presence of Various Protectants and on Permeability Coefficients of Different Liposomes
Vahdettin Bayazit
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2003,
Abstract: In this present study, antifreeze glycoproteins (AFGPs) were isolated from the serum of tortoise (Testudo greaca) , and their leakages from liposomes in the presence of various protectants were estimated. In addition, effect of AFGPs on permeability coefficients (cm/s) of carboxy fluorescein at different temperatures from various liposomes were calculated. AFGPs leakage from liposomes in the presence of AFP type I, phospholipase A2 (1 mg ml ̄1), ovotransferrin (1 mg ml ̄1), ovomucoid (1 mg ml ̄1), bovine lactotransferrin (1 mg ml ̄1), glycerol (0.5 M), N-acetyl galactose amine (1 mg ml ̄1), bovine serum albumin (1 mg ml ̄1), galactose (1 mg ml ̄1), trehalose (1 mg ml ̄1), alanine (1 mg ml ̄1) and threonine (1 mg ml ̄1) as 73, 100, 84, 72, 78, 65, 63, 45, 43, 40, 41 and 60% , respectively. The leakage of AFGPs out of liposomes in the absence of any protectants was 52%. The permeability coefficient (cm/s) of control and AFGPs was 98 and 28%, respectively, in liposome dielaidoyl phosphatidyl choline (DEPC). The permeability coefficient (cm/s) of control and AFGP in dimyristil phosphatidyl choline (DPMC) liposome was 100 and zero percent, respectively. The permeability coefficient (cm/s) control and AFGP in dipalmitoyl choline (DPPC) liposome was determined as 100 and 41%, respectively.
Cytotoxic Effects of Some Animal and Vegetable Extracts and Some Chemicals on Adenohypophyse Carcinoma, Kidney Adenocarcinoma and Skin Carcinoma Cells
Vahdettin Bayazit
Journal of Medical Sciences , 2004,
Abstract: The purpose of this paper, the cytotoxic effects of some biological and chemical agents on G1, S ,G2, M and G0 phases of the adenohypohyse carcinoma (AHC), kidney adenocarcinoma (KAC) and skin carcinoma (SC) cells obtained with chemical carcinogens DMBA (Dimethylbenzanthracene), cadmium chloride is to study. Experimental anticancerogenic study. The present study was conducted in Biology Laboratory of Faculty Sciences and Arts, University of Dumlupinar, Kutahya between january 2001 and july 2002. Adenohypophyse carcinoma, kidney adenocarcinoma and skin carcinoma tumours were obtained by injecting 1 ml DMBA/Kg/day (Dimethylbenzanthracene) to the female rabbits (Lepus capensis) at 36-42 days. Some agents were tested on cancer cells. Adenohypophyse carcinoma, kidney adenocarcinoma and skin carcinoma tumours and some biological and chemical anticancerogen agents. Tortoise (Testudo greaca) shell, sponge (Geolica cydonum), medusa (Aurelia aurita), meat fly (Calliphora erythrocephala larva, frog (Rana ridibunda) larva, juniper (Juniperus communis) berries and mistletoe (Viscum album) extracts and cis platin chloride have decreased by killing AHC, KAC and SC cells (p<0.05, p 0.01, p<0.001 ) in G2, M and G0 phases. In G0 phase, 3.0 μmol ml-1 dose of biological extracts and EtAzhexAzhepSi have inhibited in significantly the AHC cells, respectively at 94, 93, 91, 86, 69 and 65% levels (p<0.001). CsCl and CsCl+MgCl2 were more effected on AHP cells, at 94 and 96% levels (p<0.001). Genistein, genistin, glycitein, glycitin, daitzein and daitzin; were decreased in significantly the AHC cells (p<0.05, p<0.01, p<0.001). Cesium chloride; cesium chloride and magnesium chloride mixture were most affected as the shrinkage on KAC cells, at 95 and 97% rations (p<0.001). CsCl and MgCl2 were most effected on SC cells than other agens (95 and 96%, p<0.001). Inhibition rates of tortoise shell, sponge, frog larva, eat fly larva,medusa and juniper berries extracts on SK cells were respectively 83, 88, 65, 78, 89 and 88% in G0 phase (p<0.001). These data suggest that some biological extracts and chemicals tested may be useful chemotherapeutic agents to inhibit the growth of cancer cells and this study would be a light for new anticancerogenic experiments and preventing the variously cancer on human.
A Descriptive Study: Observing Behavioral Patterns of Preschool Children in Turkey and Belgium  [PDF]
Sakire Ocak Karabay, Derya Sahin, Anita Swennen
Creative Education (CE) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2015.62016
Abstract: Children should have flexible and adaptable repertoire to accomplish qualified social skills. In order to achieve this, teachers have a significant responsibility to propose crucial opportunities to children during classroom activities. Although teachers prefer to use universal approaches to promote prosocial behaviors rather than to remove maladaptive behaviors, cultural issues in social problem solving skills would be effective on their behavioral pattern of treatment to children. In this study, it was evaluated to see possible differences between Turkish and Flemish preschool children in their behavioral patterns. It was found that there was only significant difference in prosocial dimension of Drexel Early Childhood Behavior Rating Scale (Shure, 2005). In aggression and introversion dimensions, it was not found any significant difference between the two groups. However the mean scores of Flemish preschoolers in aggression dimension of the scale were found less than Turkish preschoolers. Findings were discussed based on literature.
Mapping Distribution of Precipitation, Temperature and Evaporation in Seydisuyu Basin with the Help of Distance Related Estimation Methods  [PDF]
Yildirim Bayazit, Recep Baki?, Cengiz Ko?
Journal of Geographic Information System (JGIS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jgis.2016.82020
Abstract: In this research, distributions of precipitation, temperature and evaporation in Seydisuyu basin were analyzed with the help of inverse distance weighted (IDW) method. Because real meteorological data of the basin (precipitation, temperature and evaporation) do not have normal distribution, precipitation, temperature and evaporation distribution maps are drawn after normalization process. The number of meteorological stations, in other words the number of samples, is low, so only IDW method is used in this research. In addition to the research, reliability of the results obtained with the help of inverse distance weighting method was examined with accuracy analysis. The purpose of this study, the spatial distribution of meteorological data on a basin or areas is to demonstrate the applicability of the statistical basis.
Biochemical and Physiological Evaluations of Limonoids as Potential Cancer Destroyers
Vahdettin Bayazit,Vahit Konar
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/javaa.2010.1099.1107
Abstract: The aim of this study was evaluated the anticancerogen properties of limonoids and their biochemical structures. The term limonoids was derived from limonin, the first tetranortriterpenoid obtained from citrus bitter principles. Compounds belonging to this group have exhibited a range of biological activities like insecticidal, insect antifeedant and growth regulating activity on insects as well as antibacterial, antifungal, antimalarial, anticancer, antiviral and a number of other pharmacological activities on humans. Limonoids found in citrus fruits have been able to stop the progression of neuroblastomas in the laboratory. It also produces no side effects unlike the currently used toxic cancer drugs. Further research is needed to determine how the substance achieves this effect and how it may be used in human cancers. Both flavenoids and limonoids may be capable of stopping, slowing or killing cancer cells. Ultimately, these compounds could be used as food additives as a preventative measure. The effects of D-limonene and citrus, orange oil and lemon oil on induced neoplasia of the lungs and forestomach of female mice inhibited pulmonary adenoma formation and the occurrence of forestomach tumors, thus demonstrating that non-nutrient constituents of the diet may inhibit carcinogen-induced neoplasia.
Anomalous Origin of the Right Coronary Artery from the Left Anterior Descending Coronary Artery in a Patient with Ascending Aortic Aneurysm
Kanber ?cal Karabay
Ko?uyolu Kalp Dergisi , 2013, DOI: 10.5578/kkd.3859
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Choice of drugs in the treatment of chronic hepatitis B in pregnancy
Ertugrul Guclu,Oguz Karabay
World Journal of Gastroenterology , 2013, DOI: 10.3748/wjg.v19.i10.1671
Abstract: The selection of antiviral drugs for chronic hepatitis B (CHB) treatment in pregnancy is very difficult since none of the drugs have been approved for use in pregnancy. Transmission from mother to newborn remains the most frequent route of infection in mothers with high viral load and positive hepatitis B e antigen status, even with the use of appropriate prophylaxis with hepatitis B virus (HBV) immunoglobulin and HBV vaccination. We read from the article written by Yi et al that lamivudine treatment in early pregnancy was safe and effective. However, we could not understand why adefovir dipivoxil (ADV) was used in three pregnancy cases, since ADV has been classified as pregnancy category C. In pregnancy, telbivudine or tenofovir should be selected when the treatment of CHB is necessary, since these drugs have been classified as Food and Drug Administration pregnancy risk category B.
The Role of Consumer Education in Achieving Sustainable Consumption Behavior
Ates BAYAZIT HAYTA
Journal of Kirsehir Education Faculty , 2009,
Abstract: In most of the world countries there is an economic crisis. Such factors as global warming, energy crisis, famine, economic crises change the habit and life standards of the consumers. On the other side, such factors as variety of goods and service, commercials, brand, income level of the consumer, habits, provident education head the consumers towards expenditure other than their needs. The production and paralel to this the rapid increase of consuming brought the concept of sustainability. Sustainable life and development process focuses mostly on conscious consuming attitude. When all of these factors are taken into account; consumer education concept which has an important place in gaining conscious consuming attitude has came up as an global issue nowadays. Consumer education includes the education programmes and tools for every individualin the society to be a clever and conscious consumer, as well as citizen. Consumer education is defined as the educational andinforming investment of directing the individuals economic activities, satisfying the needs, usage of the sources rationally,learning their basic rights, increasing their effectiveness in the market. Consumer education aims to help the consumer to gain maximum advantage by improving their value and ability, and to make them understand the economy and changing market circumstances. Every consumer has a different consuming attitude than the other and learns new attitudes everyday. Changing negative attitudes and thoughts is possible only by education.
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