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A Repot of Surgical Complications in a Series of 262 Consecutive Pediatric Cochlear Implantations in Iran
Mohammad Ajalloueyan,Susan Amirsalari,Jaleh Yousefi,Mohammad-Ali Raeessi
Iranian Journal of Pediatrics , 2011,
Abstract: Objective: Cochlear implantations have become a routinely performed and successful surgical intervention in both adults and children. The current article reports the complications encountered in various age groups of consecutive children who underwent implantation in our center.Methods: We performed a prospective analysis of all profoundly deaf children who underwent cochlear implantation from March 2006 to July 2009 at Baqhiyatallah Cochlear Implantation Center. All patients were younger than 5 years old at the time of implantation.Findings: The minor complications occurred in 49 (18.7%) cases, The most common postoperative complications were temporary facial weakness detected in 15 cases (5.7%) all of which were reversible. Magnet wound was observed in 14 (5.3%) patients, keloid formation in 10 (3.8%), wound infection in 2 (0.8%), otitis media in 5 (2%), and electrode movement, meningitis, vertigo, Laryngospasm each in 1 (0.4%) case was detected among our patients.Conclusion: Cochlear implantation in children continues to be reliable and safe in experienced hands, with a low percentage of severe complications as long as the patient is monitored closely.
Honey with Coffee: A new finding in the treatment of Persistent Postinfectious Cough
Mohammad-Ali Raeessi,Jafar Aslani,Homa Gharaie,Ali-Akbar Karimi Zarchi
Iranian Journal of Otorhinolaryngology , 2011,
Abstract: Introduction: Persistent postinfectious cough (PPC) is a cough that persists longer than 3 weeks or perhaps for many months after a common cold or an upper respiratory tract infection (URTI). PPC has poor response to routine treatment modalities, so it can be a vexing problem for the patient and the physician alike. Our hypothesis was that honey and/or coffee have some beneficial effects in the treatment of PPC. The aim of this study was to evaluate the therapeutic effects of coffee and/or honey in the treatment of patients with PPC. Materials and Methods: This was a double blind randomized clinical trial, conducted on adult patients during a 6-year period from 2003 to 2009. Included in this study were 84 adult participants that had experienced PPC longer than 3 weeks. All of them had the history of several referrals to different physicians and despite treatment, their cough had persisted. Patients with other causes of chronic cough, or systemic disease or with abnormal routine laboratory tests were excluded. All the included 84 participants were distributed into three groups. For all the participants, a jam-like paste was prepared. Each 600 grams of the product consisted of "70 grams original instant coffee" in the first regimen, "500 grams of honey" in the second regimen and "70 grams of instant coffee plus 500 grams of honey" in the third regimen. These participants were told to dissolve 25 grams of the prescribed product in about 200 CC of warm water (under 60o C), and drink this solution every 8 hours for one week. All the participants were evaluated before and at the end of the first week of their treatment, to measure the frequency of their cough. In addition they were under observation for the first month. Results: Comparing the effectiveness of all three treatment regimens, this study found "honey with coffee" as the most effective treatment modality for PPC (P
Petrology and Geochemistry of Dikes in the North of Saveh in Iran  [PDF]
Mohammad-Hassan Bazoobandi, Mohammad-Ali Arian, Mohammad-Hashem Emami, Gholamreza Tajbakhsh, Abdollah Yazdi
Open Journal of Marine Science (OJMS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojms.2016.62017
Abstract: Dikes in the north of Saveh are located in a region with an area of approximately 200 square kilometers, in a distance of approximately 100 kilometers south of Tehran. Dikes mentioned in terms of petrological composition, are divided into two categories: alkaline and intermediate to acidic. Alkaline dikes include: andesitic basalt and andesite and intermediate to acidic dikes include: trachyte and trachyandesite. In terms of geochemical, dikes in the north of Saveh have a dual nature of alkaline and calc-alkaline. Both groups are derived from more enrichment source than primitive mantle. Despite similarity of pattern of both groups, varieties of alkaline having less silica, in the elements Sr, Ti, Nb and Ta show more enrichment and in the elements Hf, Rb, Th, K show less enrichment than varieties of calc-alkaline.
Mineral Chemistry and Geothermometry of Amphibole and Plagioclase in the Metabasites, Located at the Tanbour Metamorphic Complex in Southern Iran  [PDF]
Kasra Safei, Mohammad-Ali Arian, Seyed Hesam-Aldin Moien Zadeh Mirhosseini
Open Journal of Geology (OJG) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojg.2015.511068
Abstract: Metabasite refers to metamorphosed basalts and other mafic igneous rocks (rich in iron and magnesium). When a mafic igneous rock is subjected to new pressure and temperature conditions during metamorphism, these chemical components will rearrange themselves to form new minerals. Metabasites can be found in many metamorphic belts including Sanandaj-Sirjan metamorphic belt of Iran. The study area is a Tanbour metamorphic complex in Eastern of Sirjan city, which is geologically located at the Sanandaj-Sirjan metamorphic belt in Southern Iran. Metabasite in this complex consists of greenschist, epidote amphibolite and amphibolite. Amphibole and plagioclase are the main minerals in the greenschist and amphibolite, and the a secondary mineral in some micaschist seen in the study area. The electron microprobe analysis was done on this mineralization in greenschist, epidote amphibolite and amphibolite, which showed that the amphiboles in greenschist was a member of the calcic group and Actinolite type, and the amphiboles in epidote amphibolite was a member of the calcic group and these amphiboles were tschermakite up to Ferro-Tschermakite + Ferro-Hornblende type. The amphibole in amphibolite is a member of the calcic group and this amphibole is Magnesio-Hornblende type. The plagioclases in the greenschist is pure albite (An 3.29 - 3.6), and in the epidote amphibolite is oligoclase (An 19.5 - 24.2), while in the amphibolites is oligoclase (An 16.9 - 26.6). The estimated P–T conditions are in favor of their metamorphism under epidote amphibolite (550°C and 8 kbar) and amphibolite (611°C - 652° Cand 10.5 kbar) facies.
Prophylactic Effect of Oral Clonidine and Tramadol in Postoperative Shivering in Lower Abdominal Surgery  [PDF]
Ebrahim Alijanpour, Nadia Banihashem, Parviz Amri Maleh, Hoda Majd, Mohammad-Ali Ropani
Open Journal of Anesthesiology (OJAnes) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojanes.2016.69023
Abstract: Background and Objectives: Several drugs and methods are used to reduce postoperative shivering, the most common complications occurring after surgery. This study aimed to evaluate the effects of the oral Clonidine and Tramadol premedication in reducing postoperative shivering after spinal anesthesia. Materials and Methods: In this study, patients aged 20 - 60 years, based on the American Society of Anesthesia functional class I (Anesthesiologists grade-1), were included in controlled double-blind clinical trials. Each was a candidate of a hydrocele, varicocele, and inguinal hernia under spinal anesthesia. The patients were assigned to three groups and 1 h prior to surgery, group A received 0.2 mg of Clonidine, group B received 50 mg of a Tramadol tablet, and group C received a placebo. We collected information on the severity of shivering, pain intensity levels (VAS score), duration of analgesia, and the patients’ hemodynamic condition at base time of 5, 15, and 30 min and 1, 2, 4, and 6 h postoperatively. Results: The incidence of shivering was significantly lower in the Clonidine group than that in the other groups. Analgesia duration was significantly longer in the Clonidine group than that in the control group. In this study, side effects in different groups were not significantly different from each other. Conclusion: Results of this study showed that the oral administration of Clonidine can be effective in preventing the side effects and shivering after spinal anesthesia.
Extrapyramidal Side Effects of Risperidone in Iranian Schizophrenic Patients
Mohammad-Ali Ghoreishizadeh,Faranak Deldoost
Research Journal of Biological Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: Risperidone is one of a new generation of antipsychotic drugs with relatively fewer side effects and better efficacy. Our objects were study of relationship between the incidence of Iranian produced risperidone Extrapyramidal Side Effects (EPSE) and its relationship with age, sex, dosage and duration of treatment in patients with schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorders. One-hundred patients with schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorders admitted in Razi hospital of Tabriz, which underwent treatment with risperidone were selected by convenience method and the incidence of EPSE was evaluated for 6 weeks; the results were analyzed statistically. Seventy-two percent of patients showed no complications and 28% of them affected by EPSE. The incidence of complications was not related significantly with age and sex of patients but there was significant relationship between the duration of medication and dosage of drug (pv<0.05). The most EPSE were rigidity, tremor and bradykynesia, but there were not any acute dystonic reaction. Risperidone is one of the new generation antipsychotic drugs with lower side effects and its EPSE are dose-dependent. It is recommended that the treatment be initiated with minimum effective dose.
Comparison of Aerobic, Resistance and Concurrent Exercise on Lipid Profiles and Adiponectin in Sedentary Men
Mohammad-Ali Azarbayjani,bahram abedi
Knowledge & Health Journal , 2012,
Abstract: Introduction: Recently adiponectin has appeared to be a modulator of lipid metabolism. But its response to physical activity is not clear yet. The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of type of exercise on lipid profiles and adiponectin in sedentary men. Methods: In this quasi-experimental research a sample of thirty male subjects were randomly assigned into 3 groups of aerobic exercise (AE), (AE: 60-70% of their maximal oxygen consumption (Vo 2max) for 30 min), resistance exercise (RE), (3 sets of 10 repetitions at 70% of 1 repetition maximum) and concurrent exercise (CE), (AE for 20 min and RE for 2 sets) and lipid profiles and adiponectin were measured before and 24 h after an exercise. Results: Type of exercise performed influenced the short-term lipid response, but did not influence adiponectin. The Total Cholesterol and HDL-C concentrations were significantly reduced 24 h after exercise in the RE group compared to baseline values. In addition, the change in LDL-C followed a similar trend. However, it did not reach significance for LDL-C concentration. Mode of exercise did not influence the short-term TG response. However, when all groups’ data were combined, a significant reduction in TG was observed (P<0.05). Conclusion: The results suggest that short-term adiponectin response was independent of the type of exercise, but RE in comparison to AE and CE had more effective favorable changes in serum lipid profiles.
REVIEW OF 103 CASES OF MINOR SALIVARY GLAND TUMORS
Yousef Valizadeh,Mohammad-Ali Mohagheghi
Acta Medica Iranica , 1995,
Abstract: FromIerz to 1992, 518 cases ojsalivary gland tumors (major andminor) were registered in the Department of Surgical Pathology of Cancer Institute. Of these, 103 cases were minor tumors (56 female and 44 male). Three cases were excluded from the study because of the controversy regarding tlteir diagnoses. TIre most common pathology was mixed tumor (69%) (benign pleomorphic adenoma) and the remaining 31%, were malignant There were 20% adenoid cystic carcinoma and 7% mucoepidermoid carcinoma, with only 3% (or 3 cases) malignant mixed tumor, and finaUy 1% observed as acinic cell adenocarcinoma. The most common anatomic sites a/these tumors were tlte hard and soft palate of 36% and 17%, respectively.
Extrapyramidal Side Effects of Risperidone in Iranian Schizophrenic Patients
Mohammad-Ali Ghoreishizadeh,Faranak Deldoost
Research Journal of Biological Sciences , 2008,
Abstract: Risperidone is one of a new generation of antipsychotic drugs with relatively fewer side effects and better efficacy. Our objects were study of relationship between the incidence of Iranian produced risperidone Extrapyramidal Side Effects (EPSE) and its relationship with age, sex, dosage and duration of treatment in patients with schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorders. One-hundred patients with schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorders admitted in Razi hospital of Tabriz, which underwent treatment with risperidone were selected by convenience method and the incidence of EPSE was evaluated for 6 weeks; the results were analyzed statistically. Seventy-two percent of patients showed no complications and 28% of them affected by EPSE. The incidence of complications was not related significantly with age and sex of patients but there was significant relationship between the duration of medication and dosage of drug (pv<0.05). The most EPSE were rigidity, tremor and bradykynesia, but there were not any acute dystonic reaction. Risperidone is one of the new generation antipsychotic drugs with lower side effects and its EPSE are dose-dependent. It is recommended that the treatment be initiated with minimum effective dose.
External Ocular Manifestations in Autosomal Dominant Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa; a Case Report
Manizheh Mahdavi,Mohammad-Ali Javadi
Journal of Ophthalmic & Vision Research , 2008,
Abstract: PURPOSE: To present a case of autosomal dominant dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa with symblepharon formation due to eye rubbing. CASE REPORT: A 10-year-old girl suffering from blistering and ulcerative lesions of the trunk and palms and dystrophic nails since childhood was referred to our clinic with a symblepharon connecting the medial portion of the right upper lid to the superonasal quadrant of the cornea. The central cornea in both eyes exhibited mild subepithelial opacification. She had history of eye rubbing due to foreign body sensation in the right eye, resulting in red eye and blister-like conjunctival lesions since three years ago. She had previously undergone surgical symblepharon removal leading to more severe recurrence of the condition. CONCLUSION: Dominant dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa may be accompanied by external ocular manifestations. Protection of the eye from minor trauma such as rubbing may help prevent ocular complications.
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