Ramadan Aboelhassan Ahmed Mahmoud (Ramadan A mahmoud)

Lecturer - Lecture of Pediatrics

Faculty of medicine

Address: pediatrics departmet, sohag Faculty Of medicine, Egypt



Publications Which contain the keyword: zinc

2018-10-26 08:36:03 Keywords Ascites, SBP, liver cirrhosis, zinc,
Prevalence and predictors of spontaneous bacterial peritonitis: does low zinc level play any role?
Introduction Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis (SBP) is a frequent and life‑threatening complication of cirrhosis. Several large studies have identified additional risk factors for the development of SBP. Zinc deficiency has been found to be frequent in cirrhotic patients. Aim of the work The aim of the present study was to evaluate the frequency, possible risk factors and the role of zinc ... Read more

2018-10-28 23:35:54 Keywords zinc, L-arginine, semen parameters,
Effect of zinc and L-arginine administration on the semen parameters.
Thirty cases with androgenetic alopecia and ten healthy controls (male to female ratio was 1:1) were subjected to the measurement of serum hormonal levels (total testosterone, free testosterone, dehydro• epiandrosterone sulphate, estradiol, progesterone and prolactin). All hormones were analysed by radioimmunoassay technique. The evaluation of our hormonal findings revealed that there was a statistically significant increase in serum estradiol levels ... Read more

2018-10-23 22:54:08 Keywords neonates, exchange transfusion, copper, zinc, magnesium,
Effect of Intensive Phototherapy and Exchange Transfusion on Copper, Zinc and Magnesium Serum Levels in Neonates with Indirect Hyperbilirubinemia
Background Many studies reported that copper, zinc and magnesium play important roles in the pathogenesis and development of neonatal hyperbilirubinemia. Exchange transfusion and intensive phototherapy are known two modalities of therapy for severe neonatal hyper bilirubinemia, but the effect of them on those trace elements is unknown. Materials and Methods Copper, Zinc and Magnesium serum levels were measured before and ... Read more

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