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Masoumeh Nemati , Farideh Dokaneheeifard , Masoumeh Behboodi ,
Volume 0, Issue 0 (10-2020)
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Fatemeh Rabiee , Kianoush Zahrakar , Valiyolah Farzad ,
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Zahra Akbarian-Rad, Zeynab Kafshgar, Soraya Khafri, Roghayeh Khodadad-Hatkeposhti, Zohreh Barzegar, Mohsen Haghshenas-Mojaveri,
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Somayeh Livani , Esmaeel Naeimi , Nemat Taghavi ,
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Firoozeh Derakhshanpour, Mohammadreza Mohammadi, Hadi Zarafshan, Ameneh Ahmadi, Leila Kashani, Nilofar Bashiri, Siedeh Maryam Mosavi, Alia Lord, Azam Kabosi, Arezo Rezai, Fateh Safari, Seideh Maryam Hasheminasab,
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Maryam Ali-Mohammadi, Kamal Azizbeigi, Zaher Etemad,
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Malihe Sharifi, Hassan Daneshmandi, Parisa Sedaghati,
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Khadijeh Babakhani, Shahram Vaziri, Bouk Tajeri, Farah Lotfikashani, Tahereh Ranjbarpour,
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Kimia Khandestan, Bahareh Pakpour, Maryam Tajabadi Ebrahimi,
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Aisan Fard Mehregan, Malihe Hadadnezhad, Amir Letafatkar,
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Mahnaz Alinejad, Alireza Barari, Asieh Abbasi Daloii, Parvin Farzanegi,
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Mahmoud Ganjifard, Masoud Madihi, Mohammadraza Mofatteh, Bibi Fatemeh Shakhs Emampour,
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Sheida Alikhani, Farrin Babaei-Balderlou , Samad Zare ,
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Sabeteh Shirmohammadi Fard, Akram Sanagoo, Nasser Behnampour, Gholamreza Roshandel, Leila Jouybari,
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Saeed Ghorbani , Reza Rezaie Shirazi , Masoud Shakki , Saharnaz Noohpisheh , Parvin Farzanegi ,
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Zahra Akbarianrad, Shahla Yazdani, Mojgan Naeimi-Rad, Razieh Akbarzadeh, Masoomeh Aghasian,
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Saeedi M (msc), Baradaran H (phd), Hatef Mr (md),
Volume 1, Issue 1 (3-1999)
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Anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibody (ANCA) are produced against lysozomal constituents and primary granules of myeloid cells (Neutrophiles & monocytes) in some rheumatic diseases and wegner’s granulomtosis (WG). This antibodies not only may related to onset of vasculitis lesions, but also have a valuable diagnostic tool, thus, first we tired to evaluated the prevalence of this antibodies in 65 serum of patients with RA and 42 serum of patients with SLE. By using of indirect immunoflourescence assay (IFA), two staining patterns are recognized: Cytoplasmic (C-ANCA) pattern which in 80% of results from anti-PR3, and prenuclear (P-ANCA) pattern, which can result from any antibody directed to myeloperoxidase (MPO), cathepsin G (CG) lactoferrin (LF), elastsae (HLE) and lysozyme (LZ). The sensitivity and specificity for SLE from 1:128 serum dilution was 8% and 85.1% respectively, and for RA from 1:16 dilution was 32.2% and 87.5% respectively. Of the 19 SLE, ANCA positive patients 18 (94.7%) had P-ANCA and 1 patient (5.3%) had C-ANCA and of the 23 RA, ANCA positive patients, 17 (73.9%) had P-ANCA and 6 patients (26.1%) had C-ANCA.
Ahmadpour M (md), Vakili Ma (msc),
Volume 1, Issue 1 (3-1999)
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In order to determine the relationship between breast feeding and growth pattern, the information about anthropometric measurement and feeding pattern in first 4-6 months of life and after that of 324 hospitalized children were recorded and analyzed results are as follow: 67.3% were exclusively breast-fed, 61.3% were breast-fed accompanied with non-maternal milk (Cow milk, formula, pasteurized cow milk) and 11.4% were fed with non-maternal milk only. 44.8% of the total patients had weight for the age under 5th percentile, 53.7% had height for the under 5th percentile and 26.9% had head circumference (HC) for age under 5th percentile of NCHS standard. 77.8% of infants under 6 months of age who had weight for age under 5th percentile never have been fed with breast milk. In the other hand 72.2% of patients with weight for age between 5-100th percentile fed exclusively with breast milk in first 4-6 months of life (P<0.03). 63.2% of infants aged 6-12 months with weight for age under 5th percentile have never been fed with breast milk in first 4-6 months or did not commence supplementary food on time. This study suggest that exclusively breast-feeding in first 4-6 months of life and continuation of breast milk beside supplementary food on proper time can provide better growth potential relative to other options.
Farajollahi M (md), Marjani Aj (phd), Ahangari T (phd), Vakili Ma (msc), Saghali Nm (md),
Volume 1, Issue 1 (3-1999)
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Urinary tract infection is one of the most common bacteria infections. The incidence of urinary tract infections in school age is more common in girls than in boys. Children have to be screened for asymptomatic bacteriuria before they reach to the state of renal damage. In our district no such study has been made to determine the prevalence of bacteriuria. Urine samples were collected from 642 school girls aged between 6-11 years, and were investigated by doing urine analysis and urine culture. 15 girls had significant bacteriuria, (>10^5 bacteria/ml). 11 children had pyuria (WBC>5), and 6 samples had both significant bacteriuria and pyuria. At the same time there were 5 cases with sterile pyuria. 6 girls had nitrite in their urine samples. All of the urine samples with positive nitrite test had significant bacteriuria. The study shows that there is a positive correlation between pyuria of nitrite and significant bacteriuria. Escherichia-coli is the most common microorganism in schoolgirls with significant bacteriuria. The incidence of screening bacteriuria was 2.3% which most of them were asymptomatic.
Khori V (phd), Nayebpour Sm (phd), Ashrafian Y (pharm.d), Hajiakhondi A (phd),
Volume 1, Issue 1 (3-1999)
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This study was designed to evaluate the effects of total extract of Phytolacca Decandra on electrophysiological properties of atrioventricular node. Male rat heart after isolation was attached to a Langendorff perfusion system. The stimulation protocol was carried out during control condition (No intervention) and on the presence of selected concentration (1.10-7 %w/v, 2.10-7 %w/v, 5.10-7 %w/v) of Phytolacca Decandra. The basic (Wenchebach, AVCT and ERP) and functional (Recovery) properties of AV-node were studied in solated, perfused male rat cardiac preparations. Total extract of P.decandra significantly increased WBCL, AVCT and ERP in the concentration dependent manner, but had no significant effect on the time constant of recovery. The results of this study demonstrate that total extract of P.decandra had parasympathic-like effect on time-independent properties of AV-node and the above results also showed a potential anti-arrhythmic role of P.decandra in terminating supraventricular tachyarrhythmia.

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