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Eman Muhammad Salah El-Deen Muhammad Shalabi

Professor - Professor Emeritus of Pathology

Faculty of medicine

Address: القوصية - محافظة أسيوط

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Publications Which contain the keyword: renal


2018-10-04 11:04:34 Keywords stroke, renal,
Acute renal impairment in stroke patients; an Upper Egypt clinical, laboratory and radiological study
ACUTE RENAL IMPAIRMENT IN STROKE PATIENTS; AN UPPER EGYPT CLINICAL, LABORATORY AND RADIOLOGICAL STUDY GHARIB FAWI MOHAMED1, ALI TAHA2, MOHAMMED ABDALLAH ABBAS3, HASSAN MOHAMMED1, AL-AMIR BASSIOUNY YOSSEF1GHARIB FAWI MOHAMED1, ALI TAHA2, MOHAMMED ABDALLAH ABBAS3, HASSAN MOHAMMED1, AL-AMIR BASSIOUNY YOSSEF1GHARIB FAWI MOHAMED1, ALI TAHA2, MOHAMMED ABDALLAH ABBAS3, HASSAN MOHAMMED1, AL-AMIR BASSIOUNY YOSSEF1GHARIB FAWI MOHAMED1, ALI TAHA2, MOHAMMED ABDALLAH ABBAS3, HASSAN MOHAMMED1, ... Read more

2018-09-08 12:25:36 Keywords 2005, chronic nitric oxide, cardiovascular, renal, Estradiol,
Estradiol metabolites attenuate renal and cardiovascular injury induced by chronic nitric oxide synthase inhibition
ABSTRACT: Our previous studies in rodent models of nephropathy demonstrate that 2-hydroxyestradiol (2HE), an estradiol metabolite with little estrogenic activity, exerts renoprotective effects. In vivo, 2HE is readily converted to 2-methoxyestradiol (2ME), a major estradiol metabolite with no estrogenic activity. The goal of this study was to determine whether 2ME has renal and cardiovascular protective effects in vivo. First, the ... Read more

Dual A1/A2B Receptor Blockade Improves Cardiac and Renal Outcomes in a Rat Model of Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction
Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF) is prevalent and often accompanied by the metabolic syndrome. Current treatment options are limited. Here we test the hypothesis that combined A1/A2B adenosine receptor blockade is beneficial in obese ZSF1 rats, an animal model of HFpEF with the metabolic syndrome. BG9928, a combined A1/A2B receptor antagonist, was administered orally (10 mg/kg/day) to obese ... Read more