Mohamed Arrayhani

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L'infection urinaire est l'infection nosocomiale la plus fréquente. Elle constitue un véritable problème de santé publique par la surmortalité et le surcoût qu'elle entraîne. L'objectif de notre étude est de déterminer l'incidence et le profil des IU nosocomiales dans un service de Néphrologie. Etude rétrospective sur dossier de tous les patients(More)
Introduction. Acute kidney injury (PRAKI) continues to be common in developing countries. The aim of this paper is to study AKI characteristics in pregnancy and identify the factors related to the unfavorable evolution. Methods. This prospective study was conducted in the University Hospital Hassan II of Fez, Morocco, from February 01, 2011 to January 31,(More)
Urinary tract infection (UTI) remains the most common infectious complication in renal transplant recipients. We aimed in our study to describe the epidemiological patterns and evaluate the favouring factors of UTI in our renal allograft recipients. We evaluated retrospectively all the UTIs in 47 kidney recipients transplanted from living-related kidney(More)
Fasting during Ramadan is prohibited when an individual's health is endangered. Little work has been published in this direction in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD). We aimed to evaluate the impact of fasting during Ramadan on the renal function of patients with CKD, adjusting for the initial degree of renal impairment. We prospectively studied 60(More)
The authors present a case of nephrotic syndrome due to focal-segmental glomerulosclerosis, occurring three years after thymectomy and myasthenia gravis. Twenty-three other cases of nephrotic syndrome associated with thymoma and myasthenia gravis have been reported in the literature. The nephrotic syndrome may be related to T-cell dysfunction associated(More)
INTRODUCTION Kidney transplantation (KT) is considered the treatment of choice for many patients with severe chronic kidney disease because quality of life and survival are often better than in patients who undergo dialysis. This study assessed patients' knowledge and attitudes regarding KT. PATIENTS AND METHODS A total of 2066 hemodialysis patients were(More)
Patient âgé de 49 ans, admis aux urgences dans un tableau de décompensation acido-cétosique révélant un diabète de type II avec une insuffisance rénale aiguë chez un patient anurique. À l’admission, le patient était enmauvais état général, fébrile à 39 8C. L’examen physique objectivait un syndromeœdémateux-ascitique sans hépatomégalie ni splénomégalie. Il(More)
INTRODUCTION Simulation is an innovative educational tool based on learning experience in a secure environment without fear of repercussions especially in critical situations such as in emergencies. It offers great prospects in the development of dialysis training. METHODS We report the results of an observational study comparing medical simulation to(More)
Le syndrome des jambes sans repos (SJSR) ou syndrome d'impatience musculaire est un trouble moteur caractérisé par des sensations désagréables dans les jambes. Les causes sont mal connues et sa fréquence est estimée entre 25% et 75% chez les hémodialysés. Il s'agit d'une étude transversale monocentrique menée au centre d'hémodialyse du CHU Hassan II de Fès(More)
INTRODUCTION Lupus membranous nephropathy (MN) is associated with a substantial risk of developing end-stage renal disease and may thus be fatal. There is currently no consensus about specific immunosuppressive treatment. We describe the presentation of lupus MN and its course according to type of immunosuppressive treatment. PATIENTS AND METHODS This(More)