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Botulinum toxin injections for blepharospasm prior to ocular surgeries
Okumus S,Coskun E,Erbagci ?,Tatar MG
Clinical Ophthalmology , 2012,
Abstract: Seydi Okumus1, Erol Coskun1, brahim Erbagci1, M Gürkan Tatar2, Aysegul Comez1, Erdal Kaydu1, Ramazan Yayuspayi1, Bulent Gurler11Department of Ophthalmology, University of Gaziantep, 2Ophthalmology Clinic, Nizip State Hospital, Nizip, Gaziantep, TurkeyPurpose: The aim of this study was to show the efficiency of preoperative botulinum toxin A (Botox A) in patients with benign essential blepharospasm who were to undergo ocular surgery with local anesthesia.Materials and methods: Twenty-eight benign essential blepharospasm patients who were administered unilateral Botox A prior to ocular surgery between January 2004 and May 2011 were included in this study. Eleven cases had pterygiums, ten had cataracts, and four had glaucomas, while the remaining three had aphakia. All cases’ severity of spasm (stage 0–4) and eyelid closing forces (stage 1–4) were evaluated according to the Jankovic scale prior to the injection, at 3 days, 14 days, 1 month, and 3 months after Botox A injection.Results: Of the patients enrolled in the study, 16 were female and 12 were male, with an average age of 55.52 ± 1.53 years (52–65). Average onset of the Botox injection's effect was 2.8 ± 0.9 (2–5) days. Its effect lingered for about 11.5 ± 3.6 (8–22) weeks. The severity of spasm and eyelid closing forces of all the patients enrolled were compared prior to the injection at 3 and 14 days and the first and third months after the injection. There were statistically significant differences between prior to the injection and 3 days (P = 0.001), 14 days (P < 0.001) and 1 month after the injection (P <0.001). There was no statistically significant difference between prior to the injection and 3 months after the injection (P = 0.513). Fourteen days following the injection, the surgeries were successfully performed.Conclusion: Botox A administered prior to ocular surgery will control both blepharospasm and lower the risks that can be encountered before and during surgery, thus increasing the comfort of the patient and the surgeon.Keywords: botulinum toxin A, blepharospasm, ocular surgery
Botulinum toxin injections for blepharospasm prior to ocular surgeries
Okumus S, Coskun E, Erbagci , Tatar MG, Comez A, Kaydu E, Yayuspayi R, Gurler B
Clinical Ophthalmology , 2012, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/OPTH.S30277
Abstract: otulinum toxin injections for blepharospasm prior to ocular surgeries Original Research (2387) Total Article Views Authors: Okumus S, Coskun E, Erbagci , Tatar MG, Comez A, Kaydu E, Yayuspayi R, Gurler B Published Date May 2012 Volume 2012:6 Pages 579 - 583 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/OPTH.S30277 Received: 27 January 2012 Accepted: 12 March 2012 Published: 03 May 2012 Seydi Okumus1, Erol Coskun1, brahim Erbagci1, M Gürkan Tatar2, Aysegul Comez1, Erdal Kaydu1, Ramazan Yayuspayi1, Bulent Gurler1 1Department of Ophthalmology, University of Gaziantep, 2Ophthalmology Clinic, Nizip State Hospital, Nizip, Gaziantep, Turkey Purpose: The aim of this study was to show the efficiency of preoperative botulinum toxin A (Botox A) in patients with benign essential blepharospasm who were to undergo ocular surgery with local anesthesia. Materials and methods: Twenty-eight benign essential blepharospasm patients who were administered unilateral Botox A prior to ocular surgery between January 2004 and May 2011 were included in this study. Eleven cases had pterygiums, ten had cataracts, and four had glaucomas, while the remaining three had aphakia. All cases’ severity of spasm (stage 0–4) and eyelid closing forces (stage 1–4) were evaluated according to the Jankovic scale prior to the injection, at 3 days, 14 days, 1 month, and 3 months after Botox A injection. Results: Of the patients enrolled in the study, 16 were female and 12 were male, with an average age of 55.52 ± 1.53 years (52–65). Average onset of the Botox injection's effect was 2.8 ± 0.9 (2–5) days. Its effect lingered for about 11.5 ± 3.6 (8–22) weeks. The severity of spasm and eyelid closing forces of all the patients enrolled were compared prior to the injection at 3 and 14 days and the first and third months after the injection. There were statistically significant differences between prior to the injection and 3 days (P = 0.001), 14 days (P < 0.001) and 1 month after the injection (P <0.001). There was no statistically significant difference between prior to the injection and 3 months after the injection (P = 0.513). Fourteen days following the injection, the surgeries were successfully performed. Conclusion: Botox A administered prior to ocular surgery will control both blepharospasm and lower the risks that can be encountered before and during surgery, thus increasing the comfort of the patient and the surgeon.
Koszul-Tate Cohomology For an Sp(2)-Covariant Quantization of Gauge Theories with Linearly Dependent Generators
Liviu Tatar,Radu Tatar
Physics , 1997, DOI: 10.1142/S0217751X9800086X
Abstract: The anti-BRST transformation, in its Sp(2)-symmetric version, for the general case of any stage-reducible gauge theories is implemented in the usual BV approach. This task is accomplished not by duplicating the gauge symmetries but rather by duplicating all fields and antifields of the theory and by imposing the acyclicity of the Koszul-Tate differential. In this way the Sp(2)-covariant quantization can be realised in the standard BV approach and its equivalence with BLT quantization can be proven by a special gauge fixing procedure.
Sa l k Hizmetlerinin Finansman Modelleri: Sosyal Sa l k Sigortas n n Türkiye’de Geli imi
Mehtap Tatar
Sosyal Güvenlik Dergisi , 2011,
Abstract: Türk e zeti Sa l k hizmetlerinin finansman ve sa l k harcamalar n n ülkelerin ekonomik geli mi lik düzeyinden ald pay her ülkede tart lmakta ve sa l k politikalar n belirleyenlerin gündemlerindeki en nemli konular aras nda yer almaktad r. Hangi finansman ve sunum y ntemini benimserse benimsesin temel ama , her ülkede sa l k hizmetlerinin kabul edilebilir bir kalite ve eri im düzeyinde hakkaniyetli ve verimli bir ekilde sunumu olmal d r. Türkiye'de de sa l k hizmetlerinin sunum ve finansman ile ili kili düzenlemeler zellikle 2003 y l ndan sonra "Sa l kta D nü üm" program ile birlikte ivme kazanm ve hizmetlerin hem sunumunda hem de finansman nda radikal de i iklikler ger ekle mi tir. Bu makalenin amac Türkiye'de sa l k hizmetlerinin finansman nda a rl kl olarak kullan lan y ntem olan sosyal sigorta modelim teorik boyutlar ile ortaya koymak olarak belirlenmi tir. Bu ama la ilk olarak sa l k hizmetlerinin finansman n-da kullan lan y ntemler e itli boyutlar ile ele al nm daha sonra sosyal sa l k sigortas n n dünyada ve Türkiye'de geli imi irdelenmi tir. Makalede ayr ca, sosyal sa l k sigortas n n rgütlenmesi ile ilgili temel konular ele al narak Türkiye'deki mevcut uygulamalar de erlendirilmi tir. ngilizce zeti Health are financing and share of health expenditures in the economic wellbeing of countries have long been among the priority topics of policy makers' agendas. Regardless of the selected method of health are provision and financing, the main goal should be to provide health are services with an acceptable q ality, accessibihty, eff ciency and effectiveness. The Turkish health are system has witnessed a radical tra sfor-mation process since the "Health Transformation" program after 2003 and radical changes have been made both in the provision and financing of heath are services. This article aims to present the theoretical aspects of social health insurance adopted as the main financing model of the Turkish health are system. First,different models of health are financing are elaborated in deta l followed by an analys s of the development of social health insurance in Turkey. The article also focused on the organizational issues of social health insurance and presented contemporary issues in the Turkish system.
Cultural context and school counseling: Cultural sensitivity to advocate for social justice Contexto cultural y consejería escolar: sensibilidad cultural y defensa de la justicia social
Moshé Tatar
Revista de Psicología , 2008,
Abstract: In this paper the relevance of understanding the different meanings of culture in the counseling profession is presented. Two approaches to the concept of culture as they relate to counseling are suggested: the first approach stresses the organisational culture of the institution where the counselor works; the second —the multicultural approach— calls for the complex recognition of the variety of ethnic cultural backgrounds of those involved in the counseling situation. Professional practices are analysed as means for the reinforcement of present conditions or as ways for changing them. The concepts of empowerment of and advocacy for our clients are put forward as main components in the challenging new roles of the counseling profession. Implications for counselors are suggested. En este estudio se destaca la importancia de la comprensión de los diferentes significados de la cultura para la práctica profesional del consejero psicológico escolar. Se sugieren dos aproximaciones hacia el concepto de cultura, en relación con la consejería psicológica: la primera se ala la importancia de la cultura organizacional en la institución donde labora el consejero psicológico, mientras que la segunda —la aproximación multicultural— sugiere el complejo reconocimiento de la variedad de antecedentes étnico-culturales de aquellos que están comprometidos con la situación de consejería. Se analizan las prácticas profesionales según su relevancia para el refuerzo de las condiciones actuales, o como formas para promover el cambio. Los conceptos de empoderamiento y defensa para con los pacientes-clientes son se alados como los componentes principales en los nuevos roles que retan la profesión del consejero psicológico, sugiriéndose implicancias para la consejería psicológica.
OsiriX: Is it really a suitable software for 3D visualization of neuroanatomical structures acquired from DICOM images?
Tatar I
Neuroanatomy , 2008,
Abstract: In this paper, compatibility of OsiriX software with 3D visualization of neuroanatomical structures acquiredfrom DICOM images was examined. OsiriX, as a multi-dimensional image navigation and display software, wasdesigned for display and interpretation of multidimensional and multimodality images. This software was usedin some new thesis on anatomy about 3D reconstruction and volume calculation of the intra-orbital part of theoptic nerve successfully. Advantages and features of the software in 3D visualization, multidimensional imagenavigation and display were summarized in this brief technical note.
T-duality and Actions for Non-Commutative D-Branes
Radu Tatar
Physics , 2000, DOI: 10.1016/S0370-2693(01)01302-8
Abstract: We show how the T-duality is realized for D-branes with noncommutative world-volume coordinates. We discuss D-branes wrapped on tori and the result is that the recently found noncommutative actions form a consistent collection due to the T-duality mapping between noncommutative D-branes and rotated commutative D-branes on deformed tori.
A Note on Non-Commutative Field Theory and Stability of Brane-Antibrane Systems
Radu Tatar
Physics , 2000,
Abstract: It has been conjectured that a pair of D5 - anti D5 branes wrapped on some non-trivial two cycle of a Calabi-Yau manifold becomes a stable BPS D3 brane in the presence of a very large B field and magnetic fluxes on their worldvolumes. We discuss this by considering the non-commutative field theory on the worldvolume of the pair of branes whose field multiplication is made with respect to two different * products due to the presence of different F fields on the two branes. The tachyonic field becomes massless for a specific choice of the magnetic fluxes and it allows a trivial solution. Our discussion generalizes recent results concerning stability of brane-antibrane systems on Calabi-Yau spaces to the case of non-commutative branes.
Dualities in 4D Theories with Product Gauge Groups from Brane Configurations
Radu Tatar
Physics , 1997, DOI: 10.1016/S0370-2693(97)01439-1
Abstract: We study brane configurations which correspond to N=1 field theories in four dimensions. By inverting the order of the NS 5-branes and D6-branes, a check on dualities in four dimensional theories can be made. We consider a brane configuration which yields electric/magnetic duality for gauge theories with $SO(N_{c1})\times Sp(N_{c2})$ product gauge group. We also discuss the possible extension to any alternating product of SO and Sp groups. The new features arising from the intersection of the NS 5-branes on the orientifold play a crucial role in our construction.
A Facile Route to Phosphanylborohydrides:Synthesis, Crystal Structure and Spectroscopic Properties of 1,2-Bis(Diphenylphosphinoborane)Ethane  [PDF]
Leyla Tatar Yildirim, Mehdi Masjedi, Saim ?zkar
Journal of Crystallization Process and Technology (JCPT) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jcpt.2011.11001
Abstract: A novel and simple synthetic way using NaBH4 in the mixure of H2O-THF was applied to prepare 1,2-bis(diphenylphosphinoborane)ethane, dppe(BH3)2, in high yield and purity. The phosphanylborohydride compound dppe(BH3)2 was isolated in the form of colorless crystals and characterized by single crystal X-ray diffraction, 1H, 13C, 31P and 11B NMR spectroscopy. Prismatic colorless crystals of dppe(BH3)2 were obtained in monoclinic crystal system and space group P21 with two asymmetric units in the unit cell. Lattice parameters were: a = 11.657(2), b = 17.237(2), c = 12.764(2) Å, β = 98.735(14)°, 2535.0(7) Å3
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