wael_gamaleldin

wael_gamaleldin

Assistant Professor - professor

Faculty of medicine

Address: sohag university hospital - urology dept

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Publications Which contain the keyword: complications


Iodine 125 brachytherapy in prostate cancer : Prognostic factors for long-term urinary, digestive and sexual toxicities.
Purpose. – For patients with good urinary function and presenting with a low risk prostate cancer, prostate brachytherapy using iodine implants represents one of the techniques of reference. This retrospective analysis investigates urinary (U), digestive (D) and sexual (S) toxicities and their prognostic factors of duration. Material and methods. – From August 2000 to November 2007, 176 patients presenting with ... Read more

Percutaneous Balloon Valvuloplasty for the treatment of Pulmonary valve Stenosis in children: A single Centre Experience
Medium term follow up confirms efficacy and safety of baloon Pulmonary valvuloplasty in children with isolated Pulmonary valve stenosis Read more

2018-10-24 20:22:34 Keywords ASD secundum, complications, Device closure,
Percutaneous Transcatheter Closure of Atrial Septal Defect in Children younger than 5 years: Initial experience of Sohag University
Transcatheter closure of ASD secundum in symptomatic children less than 5 years is effective and safe.Closure in nonsymptomatic children should postpone after 4 years. Read more

Critical view of safety in laparoscopic cholecystectomy: A technique to avoid human factors induced bile duct injuries
Abstract Background. ‘Critical view of safety’ (CVS) technique was introduced to avoid bile duct injury (BDI) due to misidentification of anatomy during laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC). This study aimed at assessing the feasibility and comparing the outcome of LC through CVS with those performed by ‘infundibular technique’ (INT). Patients and Methods. A prospective randomized study included patients who had LC as ... Read more

2018-10-15 12:22:43 Keywords complications, Morbidity, Mort,
Major Placenta Previa: Rate, Maternal and Neonatal Outcomes Experience at a Tertiary Maternity Hospital, Sohag, Egypt: A Prospective Study
ABSTRACT INTRODUCTION: Major degree placenta is a serious health issue and is associated with high fetal-maternal morbidity and mortality. Literature from developing countries is scant. AIM: To determine the prevalence and maternal and neonatal outcomes among women with major placenta previa (PP). MATERIALS AND METHODS: A prospective descriptive study of 52 singleton pregnancies with PP was evaluated in this study. ... Read more

2018-09-20 00:56:59 Keywords Mort, Morbidity, complications,
Major Placenta Previa: Rate, Maternal and Neonatal Outcomes Experience at a Tertiary Maternity Hospital, Sohag, Egypt: A Prospective Study
cesarean scars was 2.2±1.4. Of women with PP, 26.4% (n=14) had placenta accreta. In total, 15.1% (n=8) of women underwent Introduction: Major degree placenta is a serious health issue an obstetric hysterectomy. From the total no. of babies, 13.2% and is associated with high fetal-maternal morbidity and (n=7) were delivered fresh stillborn babies. Of the surviving mortality. Literature from developing ... Read more

Problem-Based Learning Strategy Effect on Nurses' Knowledge and Patients' Health Behaviour Outcomes Post Myringoplasty
Myringoplasty is a repair of tympanic membrane perforation to restore and improve hearing function. Health belief model (HBM) is the suggested tool to measure the effect of post-operative instructions using problembased learning strategy on patients' to maintain hearing and health behaviour. A well prepared nursing staff provides long lasting instructions for patients. The study aimed to evaluate the effect of ... Read more