Hanaa Ibrahim Rady

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BACKGROUND The emergency department (ED) is an essential component of the medical service offered in any hospital. Yet, the published information about patients' profile and utilization of emergency services in both developing and developed countries is scarce. AIM This study aimed to characterize the presentation and outcome of patients visiting the ED(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess children with myocarditis, the frequency of various presenting symptoms, and the accuracy of different investigations in the diagnosis. METHODS This was an observational study of 63 patients admitted to PICU with non-cardiac diagnosis. Cardiac enzymes, chest-X ray, echocardiography, and electrocardiogram were performed to diagnose(More)
Guillain Barre Syndrome (GBS) is an inflammatory polyneuropathy characterized by acute onset, rapid progressive, ascending symmetric muscular weakness, pain, and paresthesia. The progressive phase peaks in 7 to 14 days and can lead to various levels of weakness, from abnormal gait to total paralysis, cranial nerve weakness, pain, respiratory compromise, and(More)
Hypophosphatemia is a metabolic disturbance with potential serious complications and is often unrecognized in critically ill children (CIC) [1]. In a review of clinical studies done on hypophosphatemia in pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) patients, its prevalence exceeded 50% [2]. Phosphate ions are critical for normal bone mineralization, and phosphate(More)
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