Mouna Jarraya

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In ubiquitous and intelligent environments, the human–system interaction has become problematic. Consequently, a new form of interaction is emerging, the ubiquitous interaction. Hence, a system that performs at and as required by the user would support the reliability and reinforce the purpose of such interaction. Adapting the information to the context of(More)
BACKGROUND Contraception opposing procreation interferes with the primary purpose of sexuality. Few studies have yet been made on the actual interaction between contraception and sexuality. AIM To study contraceptive practices ie non medicalized contraception and oral contraception, study aspects of women's sexuality and to study the physiological impact(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to compare the efficacy of HES 130/0.4 coloading compared to normal saline solution for prevention of hypotension during spinal anesthesia for elective caesarean section. STUDY DESIGN Prospective, randomized. PATIENTS AND METHODS One hundred and twenty ASA I and II patients scheduled for elective caesarean section(More)
Multiple labeling is necessary for the detailed phenotyping of cells in many biological systems in human and animal species. In a previous report, we described an approach permitting the study of three labels simultaneously by using the two-color immunofluorescence and one light source (Mansour et al., Cytometry 11:636-641, 1990). This approach allowed(More)
Many laboratories do not have access to a flow cytometer allowing three-color immunofluorescence analysis through the use of multiple light sources. In view of the usefulness of such analyses in the dissection of cell parameters, we describe an approach permitting the study of three labels by using one light source and the two-color immunofluorescence(More)
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