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    • H pylori infection and reflux oesophagitis: A case-control study 

      Rahim Masjedizadeh; Eskandar Hajiani; Koorosh MoezArdalan; Saeed Samie; Mohammad Javad Ehsani-Ardakani; Ali Daneshmand; Mohammad Reza Zali (2006-09-21)
      Aim: To examine the relationship between H pylori and gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD) in Iran. Methods: In this study 51 GORD patients (referred to endoscopy at Taleghani hospital) were compared with 49 age-sex ...
    • H pylori seroprevalence in patients with lung cancer 

      Katayoon Najafizadeh; Sayeed Falah Tafti; Masoud Shiehmorteza; Masoud Saloor; Masoud Jamali (2007-04-28)
      Aim: To assess H pylori seroprevalence in lung cancer and determine whether there is a potential association between lung cancer and H pylori infection. Methods: The study was conducted on forty consecutive patients with ...
    • H.pylori associated with iron deficiency anemia even in celiac disease patients; strongly evidence based but weakly reflected in practice 

      Mohammad Rostami-Nejad; David Aldulaimi; Helen Livett; Kamran Rostami (2015-01-01)
      © 2015 RIGLD, Research Institute for Gastroenterology and Liver Diseases. Inflammation can lead to malabsorption of important micronutrients such as iron. Malabsorption and nutritional deficiency can be caused by a variety ...
    • H1N1 influenza patient saved by extracorporeal membrane oxygenation: First report from Iran 

      Ali Reza Jahanghirifard; Zargham Hossein Ahmadi; Majid Golestani Eraghi; Payam Tabarsi; Majid Marjani; Afshin Moniri; Seyed Ali Reza Nadji; Seyed Mohammad Reza Hashemian; Ali Akbar Velayati (2016-10-15)
      © 2016, Tehran Heart Center. All rights reserved. Respiratory failure is a serious complication of H1N1 influenza that, if not properly managed, can cause death. When mechanical ventilation is not effective, the only way ...
    • Haemodialysis services in the northeastern region of Iran 

      Behzad Kiani; Nasser Bagheri; Ahmad Tara; Benyamin Hoseini; Mahmood Tara (2017-01-01)
      Chronic kidney disease is growing and the current estimated global prevalence exceeds 13%. As the use of haemodialysis machines for patients with end stage renal disease increases survival considerably, it is critical to ...
    • Haemophilia in the developing countries: The Iranian experience 

      Peyman Eshghi; Mitra Mahdavi-Mazdeh; Mehran Karimi; Mohammad Aghighi (2010-03-19)
      Introduction: Management of haemophilia and inherited bleeding disorders is a major challenge especially in developing countries, because of a shortage or absence of products, the cost and the infrastructural health problems. ...
    • Haemorrhagic cystitis due to BK virus in a child with ALL on standard chemotherapy without stem cell transplant 

      Samin Alavi; Mohammad Kaji Yazdi; Mahmoud Parvin; Farahnaz Zohrehbandian; Roxana Azma (2013-12-09)
      The BK virus (BKV) is a nonenveloped double-stranded DNA virus of the polyomavirus family that primarily affects immunocompromised people. BKV infects humans at an early age. Initial infections with BKV are mainly asymptomatic ...
    • Hair color and hearing loss: A survey in a group of military men 

      Amir Hossain Ghazizadeh; Mehdi Bakhshaee; Ebrahim Mahdavi; Rahman Movahhed (2012-12-01)
      Introduction: It has been shown that low levels of pigmentation increase susceptibility to noise-induced hearing loss in humans. For this reason, white populations develop more pronounced noise- induced hearing loss in ...
    • Hair regrowth with topical triiodothyronine ointment in patients with alopecia areata: A double-blind, randomized pilot clinical trial of efficacy 

      S. Nasiri; V. Haghpanah; E. Taheri; R. Heshmat; B. Larijani; M. Saeedi (2012-05-01)
      Background Thyroid hormone receptors are expressed in hair follicles and it is known that thyroid hormones can have a positive effect on hair growth, i.e. process which is disrupted in alopecia areata. Objectives The aim ...
    • Hair removal 

      Afshin Sadighha; Afshin Sadighha; Afshin Sadighha; Gita Meshkat Razavi; Gita Meshkat Razavi (2012-01-01)
      © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2011. Unwanted hair is a common problem in women. The condition may be caused by androgen overproduction, increased sensitivity to circulating androgens, or other metabolic and endocrine ...
    • Hallmarks of opium poisoning in infants and toddlers 

      Nasim Zamani; Hossein Sanaei-Zadeh; Babak Mostafazadeh (2010-01-01)
      Accidental opium intoxication in children is an extremely dangerous poisoning if it remains undiagnosed and untreated. The classic triad of miosis, decreased level of consciousness and bradypnea, which are the hallmarks ...
    • Halothane is there still any place for using the gas as an anesthetic? 

      Ali Dabbagh; Samira Rajaei (2011-07-01)
      The fluorinated hydrocarbons that are used for anesthesia are derived from ether. Although they have many benefits, there are several side effects of these drugs, including untoward hepatic effects. Whether the use of ...
    • Halothane-induced hepatitis: A forgotten issue in developing countries 

      Peiman Habibollahi; Nastaran Mahboobi; Sara Esmaeili; Saeid Safari; Ali Dabbagh; Seyed Moayed Alavian (2011-01-01)
      Halothane was introduced as an anesthetic in the 1950s and was considered a revolutionary agent in the field of anesthesia. Soon after, halothane-induced hepatitis became a concern, leading to the development of less toxic ...
    • Halothane: How should it be used in a developing country? 

      N. Mahboobi; S. Esmaeili; S. Safari; P. Habibollahi; A. Dabbagh; S. M. Alavian (2012-01-01)
      The anaesthetic agent halothane is still widely used in developing countries including the Islamic Republic of Iran because of its low price. Because of halothane-induced hepatitis, a rare complication, it has been replaced ...
    • Halotolerant ability and α-amylase activity of some saltwater fungal isolates 

      Farhad Niknejad; Mahsa Moshfegh; Mohammad Javad Najafzadeh; Jos Houbraken; Shahla Rezaei; Gholamreza Zarrini; Mohammad Ali Faramarzi; Nastaran Nafissi-Varcheh (2013-03-25)
      Four halotolerant fungal isolates originating from the saltwater Lake Urmia in Iran were selected during a screening program for salt resistance and α-amylase activity. The isolates were identified based on sequencing the ...
    • Hamstring flexibility in young women following passive stretch and muscle energy technique 

      Azadeh Shadmehr; Mohmmad Reza Hadian; Sedigheh Sadat Naiemi; Shohreh Jalaie (2009-10-01)
      Background: Research is limited and controversial on the effectiveness of various stretching methods on muscle lengthening. Objective: Studying the effectiveness of static stretch and muscle energy technique on the flexibility ...
    • Hamstring tendon autograft versus fresh-frozen tibialis posterior allograft in primary arthroscopic anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: a retrospective cohort study with three to six years follow-up 

      Mohsen Mardani-Kivi; Mahmoud Karimi-Mobarakeh; Sohrab Keyhani; Khashayar Saheb-Ekhtiari; Khashayar Saheb-Ekhtiari; Keyvan Hashemi-Motlagh; Keyvan Hashemi-Motlagh; Keyvan Hashemi-Motlagh; Keyvan Hashemi-Motlagh; Ali Sarvi (2016-09-01)
      © 2016, SICOT aisbl. Introduction: Selection of various grafts for anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstructions have been employed in order to improve on stability and function of the knee. This study aimed to compare ...
    • Hand hygiene compliance by the health care staff in a pediatric hospital 

      Farideh Shiva; Mansour Kamali; Fariba Shirvani; Shahnaz Armin; Roxana Ghanaiei; Sedigheh Rafiei Tabatabaie; Seyed Ali Reza Fahimzad; Ahmad Reza Shamshiri; Abdollah Karimi (2014-01-01)
      © 2014, Pediatric Infections Research Center. Background: Hospital acquired infections lead to significant morbidity and mortality in hospitalized patients. Proper implementation of hand hygiene by health care personnel ...
    • Handlebar hernia: A rare type of abdominal wall hernia 

      Rooh Allah Yegane; Hassan Peyvandi; Soheil Nowrouzi; Seyed Amir Mosavian (2010-11-24)
      Traumatic abdominal wall hernias are a type of acquired hernia secondary to blunt trauma Caused, by direct trauma from handlebar like objects. This rare hernia is named 'Handlebar hernia'. We report a case of such hernia ...