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Rehabilitation of an Aged Hemiplegic Patient
Esma Ceceli
Türkiye Fiziksel Tip ve Rehabilitasyon Dergisi , 2009,
Abstract: The incidence of hemiplegia due to cerebrovascular accident is increasing with aging and hemiplegia is the primary cause of long-term disability among the aged population. Comorbid diseases in aged patients have a negative influence on the therapy course. In this review comorbid problems and rehabilitation methods for aged hemiplegic patients were investigated. Turk J Phys Med Rehab 2009; 55 Suppl 2: 90-1.
The Frequency of Fibromyalgia Syndrome and the Quality of Life in Patients with Peritoneal Dialysis  [PDF]
Muyesser Okumus, Hulya Parpucu, Seher Kocaoglu, Esma Ceceli, Murat Duranay, P?nar Borman
Open Journal of Rheumatology and Autoimmune Diseases (OJRA) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojra.2012.24017
Abstract: ,b>Objective: The aim of this study was to determine the frequency of fibromyalgia (FM) in patients on Peritoneal Dialysis (PD) and to investigate its impact on the quality of life of that population. Methods: A hundred and twenty four patients with end stage renal disease who had undergone PD, and a control group of 54 age and sex-matched healthy volunteers were included to the study. Demographic characteristics including age, sex, disease and dialysis duration were recorded. Fibromyalgia Impact Questionnaire (FIQ) and Nottingham Health Profile (NHP) were also measured. Results: The mean age of the patients (68 female, 56 male) and control subjects (36 female, 18 male) were 43.5 ± 13.4 and 41.2 ± 9.2 years respectively. The prevalence of FM in the PD patients and controls were determined as 9.7% (12 patients) and 11.1% (6 controls) respectively and were found to be similar (p = 0.983). The mean score of sub- groups of NHP except pain and emotion subgroups, were significantly higher in PD patients than in the control group. The mean FIQ levels, the scores of all the subgroups of NHP except the social subgroup were significantly higher in PD patients with FM than in those without FM. Conclusion: In conclusion although the prevalence of FM appears to be similar in PD patients and control subjects, the functional disability is common and quality of life is worse in PD patients with FM than in patients without FM. Detection and treatment of FM may lead to improvement in the quality of life of PD patients with this syndrome.
Hospital-Based Versus Home-Based Program in Rehabilitation of Distal Radius Fractures
?znur ?ken,Esma Ceceli,Fuad ?. ?KEN,Rezan Z. YORGANCIO?LU
Türkiye Fiziksel Tip ve Rehabilitasyon Dergisi , 2011,
Abstract: Ob-jec-ti-ve: The aim of this study was to compare the effects of supervised hospital-based exercise and home-based exercise on the recovery of patients after distal radius fractures.Materials and Methods: This study included 55 outpatients (40 women and 15 men; mean age: 50.3±13.7 years) with non-displaced, stable distal radius fractures treated with short cast immobilization after closed reduction. Patients who did passive range of motion (ROM) and gentle stretching exercises of the wrist supervised by a hand specialist at our hand rehabilitation department made up the hospital-based group (group I, n=35). Patients who performed ROM and stretching exercises by themselves at home constituted the home-based group (Group II, n=20). Wrist ROM, hand edema, and grip/pinch strength were evaluated at baseline and at the end of treatment.Results: At the end of treatment, improvements of wrist flexion and dorsiflexion, supination, and grip/pinch strength were significantly greater in group I compared to Group II (p<0.05).Conclusion: The results showed that exercise supervised by a hand specialist at hospital was more effective than home-based exercise after distal radius fractures. Turk J Phys Med Re-hab 2011;57:139-42.
Identifying the Characteristics of Geriatric Patients who Referred to Outpatient Clinics of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: A Multicenter Descriptive Study
Asuman Do?an,Esma Ceceli,Müyesser Okumu?,N. Kutay Ordu G?KKAYA
Türkiye Fiziksel Tip ve Rehabilitasyon Dergisi , 2011,
Abstract: Aim: The aim of this study was to define the demographic and clinical characteristics of geriatric patients who referred to physical medicine and rehabilitation (PMR) outpatient clinics and to detect the differences between these characteristics in regard to age, sex and education level.Materials and Methods: 820 patients over 65 years old who attended 20 outpatient clinics were included in the study. In addition to demographic data, the complaints, comorbid diseases, pain levels, drugs being used, exercise and medical status of the patients were recorded. The effects of age, sex and education level on complaints, comorbid diseases and exercise habits were investigated.Results: The mean age of the patients was 71.7±5.5 years. 16.7% were living alone, 61.7% were housewives. 86% of the patients had one or more comorbid diseases - hypertension, gastric problems and heart disease were mostly encountered. The most common complaints were joint pain, fatigue and widespread body pain. The average number of pills taken per day was 4.02±0.9 (median 4), and the VAS pain score was 5.1±1.3 (median 5.0). History of falling was present in 16.5% of patients. 30.1% were routinely walking and 15.4% were performing exercise at home. In patients over 75 years, vertebral pain and deformity, urinary incontinence, eye problem, difficulty in swallowing, decrease in hearing, as well as balance and teeth problems were significantly more frequent than in younger subjects.Conclusion: Aged population constitutes most of the PMR outpatient clinic patients. Considering comorbid diseases, high number of daily taken drugs and falls, PMR specialist should be cautious in prescribing drugs and planning rehabilitation programme. For independence in activities of daily living in this age group, besides the musculoskeletal system, all other systems should be evaluated and a comprehensive geriatric rehabilitation programme should be constructed. Turk J Phys Med Re-hab 2011;57:143-9.
ivi Yaz l Belgelere G re Eski Anadolu Mutfa nda Bir Besin Maddesi: Tuz/// A Nutrient in the Cuisine of Ancient Anatolia according to the Documents Cuneiform: Salt
Esma ?z
History Studies : International Journal of History , 2011,
Abstract: The salt was a nutrient known in Anatolia according to Old Assyrian and Hittite documents. Salt which has been used in meals, in preservation of foods and animal skins and any more fields in Ancient age, at lists of cost belong to Assyrian merchants and is mentioned as a product was of the commercial value at correspondence between merchants. Although is mentioned from prices sale of salt and salt trade in Kültepe tablets, from salt production centers in Anatolia not are mentioned at all. In contrast, are recorded cities that provided of salt in Anatolia and have been made of shipment of salt in Hittite documents. According to these documents are understood that existed salt deposits’ in T/Durhumit/Durmitta and T/Duhdu na and made from these cities of shipment of salt the other Anatolia cities. Except from these cities, are cities that seems relevant to the production of salt also Kawarna, Kalapiya and ukziya in texts.
Kültepe Tabletlerine G re Asur Ticaret Kolonileri D neminde Anadolu’da üzüm Yeti tiricili i ve Ba c l k
Esma ?z
Journal of Gazi Academic View , 2011,
Abstract: According to Kültepe texts in the Assyrian Trade Colonies Period (B.C. ±1975-1723) in Anatolia grape was known well fruit. nside of Kültepe tablets is understood native public’s has been earned by farming and animal husbandry from Ib period documents which especially Kültepe’s late phase representing that native public’s was more active role in the trade. Their cultivation of the indigenous fruits are grapes which was the first place. Grape, wine and fruit were as well as being consumed after some actions. Depending on the grape growing the viticulture was widespread in Anatolia. In debt bills belonging to the natives ina /ana/ warki qitip ka/irānim” “at vintage / until vintage / after vintage” in the form of the loan will be paid in order to specify it when the use of the agricultural terminology dating, viticulture, social and economic lives of the native people that was shaped and in Anatolia adopted as a cultural show that was an agricultural activity. Although inside of Kültepe tablets that had been a wine production center in Anatolia there is no direct information about the texts in which the expressions passing between the lines, Tegarama and Zalpa that are cities in the ancient Anatolia suggest that there might be centres of the wine production.
The Sorcery and Witchcraft in the Ancient Anatolian Culture
Esma Reyhan
Journal of Gazi Academic View , 2008,
Abstract: In the Hattu a archive, many cuneiform tablets about sorcery were discovered. The ritual texts which were found in the archive in question consist of two groups: Kizzuwatnian and Anatolian ones. In this paper, we are going to deliberate the rituals which was performed by a sorcerer woman, named Ma tikka
The Revenues of Hittite State, Storage and Redistribution
Esma Reyhan
Journal of Gazi Academic View , 2009,
Abstract: The economic system of Hittite Kingdom shows parallelism with a description of Polanyi about redistribution system, as “Tributes firstly flow to the capital of an emperor, and then from there to the provinces”. This system completely depended upon the social hierarchy. Tributes firstly flow to the capital of an emperor, and then from there to the provinces. This essay examines the tax collection system of the Hittite Empire, especially the aspect of redistribution of the taxes from the capital to the provinces. As the taxes flow firstly into Hattu a and later to the provinces, we are trying to draw the conceptional frame of the “redistribution in centralized system”. This will also make it possible to consider the management structure of the Hittite Empire as well.
Toplumsal Bir Olgu: Dil
Esma ?NCE
Journal of Kirsehir Education Faculty , 2009,
Abstract: F. Brunot’s revolutionary book “Thought and Language” (1922) establishes his main thesis according to which language cannot be conceived as being separate from its sociological context. This thesis also constitutes the fundamental principal of the contemporary Communicative Approach language teaching method. The Communicative Approach prioritizes communication as a teaching tool. It reckons that the ability to perfectly communicate a foreign language requires a thorough knowledge of the relevant society’s socio-cultural components. In this paper, we have tried to prove that some special usages which, we believe, accurately reflect French society’s socio-cultural aspects but which also go against French grammar rules can be appropriately learned through the authentic documents used by the Communicative Approach.
Histological Changes on Liver Glycogen Storage in Mice (Mus musculus) Caused by Unbalanced Diets
Esma Ulusoy and Banu Eren
Clinical Medicine Insights: Pathology , 2012,
Abstract: Weight-losing diets have appealed to people who want to lose weight in the short-term. They usually apply high-protein (HP) diets (like Atkin’s, Stillman’s, Scarsdale) which they practice for 2 weeks or so. Unfortunately, these people who have rapid weight loss return to their old habits and quickly regain the weight lost. We have shown in previous work that actually these weight losses have been associated with body uids, protein and glycogen storage. In our study, we examined the effect of unbalanced diet—related to an HP diet- on liver glycogen storage. For this study 40 Swiss albino mice consisting of two groups were used. The rst group (HPSD) was fed with 25% HP for fteen days and then were fed standard meals for the remaining 15 days; the other group was fed with standard meals throughout. The two groups were fed their respective diets for 30 days. At the end of 15th, 20th, 25th and 30th days 5 from each group were killed with cervical dislocation. The livers were removed perfused and then xated. There were major differences in weight between the rst and the fteenth days. We detected remarkable increase in the weight gain of mice in the remaining 15 days. Glycogen storage was signi cantly reduced in HPSD (15) stained with PAS. In the others 20th, 25th and 30th days abnormally dense glycogen deposits were observed. Vacuoles in the hepatocyte cytoplasm, brownish deposits within hepatocytes, wide sinusoids, macrovesiculler steatosis structures and hydropic degeneration were observed in PAS and H&E stained HPSD group. As a result for the HPSD group a signi cant decrement in glycogen storage at the 15th day and also an accumulation of excessive amounts of glycogen deposits in mice liver was observed in the normal feeding phase.
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