Hanem F. Mohamed

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It is known that maternal immunological factors such as systemic disease are involved in the genesis of cardiac conduction problems in the fetus but the histologic changes in the conduction system are less documented. We report the case of a 33-year-old woman with no significant medical history. Her first pregnancy was induced by Clomifene. At 17 weeks of(More)
  • Hanem F. Mohamed, Jamilah Alqahtani, Nada Almobaya, Maram Aldosary, Hanan Alnajay
  • 2013
Introduction: Women’s awareness and attitudes toward Epidural Analgesia (EA) are not clearly identified. The benefits of EA in relieving labor pain are well recognized. However, women’s preferences in using EA to relieve labor pain differ between cultures. The objective of this study was to assess women’s awareness and attitudes toward EA. Methods: A(More)
Recent advances in science have proven that stem cell could potentially generate cure and treatment for various diseases including cancers, cerebrovascular, and immune diseases. This promising evidence support the hope of achieving stem cell therapy in the medical field. Nursing curriculum needs to be updated with the promising concept in order to equip(More)
TTV has been recently identified as a causative agent of non-A to non-G hepatitis. However, the exact role of this virus in the pathogenesis of chronic liver disease (CLD) and the development of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) remain controversial. To clarify these issues, the prevalence of this virus and its impact on the severity of liver disease and(More)
Background: Emergency Department (ED) provides crucial services for life threatening conditions. The number of patient utilizing ED is increasing. Patients’ expectations are important aspects to be considered in order to improve their satisfaction and willingness to return to ED in case of future events. The objective of this study was to explore patients’(More)
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