Original Article Medicine
Investigation of Types of Neuropathies in the Brain and Nerves

Mohsen Nabiuni; Jaber Hatam; Maryam Milanifard; Elham Seidkhani; Amin Jahanbakhshi

Volume 2, Issue 5 , December 2023, Pages 1-15


  Peripheral neuropathy is the result of damage to nerves outside the brain and spinal cord and often causes weakness, numbness and pain, usually in the hands and feet. It can also affect other parts and functions of the body such as digestion, urination and blood circulation. The peripheral nervous system ...  Read More

Original Article Medicine
Comparison of the Therapeutic effect of Thrombolytic Drugs with Surgical Procedures in Right Atrial Thrombosis

Mahboubeh Pazoki; Pegah Joghataie; Omolbanin Asadi Ghadikolaei; Sina Shojaei; Marjan Hajahmadi; Mohsen Taghavi Shavazi

Volume 2, Issue 5 , December 2023, Pages 16-31


  Objective: Cardiac thromboses are not uncommon, but right atrial thromboses are extremely rare. Methods: This study is a systematic study. 1541 articles were analyzed based on keywords and according to pubmed, scopus, web of science and embase databases. After removing duplicates, 964 articles remained. ...  Read More

Original Article Covid
Investigating the Results of Amniocentesis in the Operating Room on Children's Acute Second Degree Burn Wounds in Patients Referred to Shahid Motahari Hospital in Tehran in 2021-2022

Hamidreza Alizadeh Otaghvar; Siavash Mahdigholizad; Mohammadhossein Khanmohammadi kalkhoran; Tara Motamedi; Ali Akbar Jafarian; Reza Salehi; Mohammad Javad Motamedi

Volume 2, Issue 5 , December 2023, Pages 32-44


  amnion implantation in the operating room on children's acute second degree burn wounds in patients referred to Shahid Motahari Hospital in Tehran in 2022-2023. Study method: In this cross-sectional study, which retrospectively examines the results of amniocentesis in children referred to Shahid Motahari ...  Read More

Original Article Chemical Engineering
Introduction of Consumable Primers in Consumable Tires of Petrochemical Complexes in Hard Rubber Types

Amin Ahmadpour; Mehdi Jalali

Volume 2, Issue 5 , December 2023, Pages 45-56


  Most of the equipment used in material transportation industries, chemical and non-chemical process industries, and even most military equipment use metal base structures. Corrosion of metals, destruction of metal structure or basic alloy is an obvious thing, the consequences of which may be economic, ...  Read More

Review Article Chemistry
Complications of Chemotherapy Drugs in the Process of Cancer Treatment: A Review Study

Elahe Dolati; Jalal Nourmohammadi; Hediyeh Mesbahi

Volume 2, Issue 5 , December 2023, Pages 57-62


  Introduction: Chemotherapy is one of the most effective treatments for all types of cancer. But like other treatments, it often causes side effects. Using strong chemical drugs to stop the growth of cancer cells can also affect healthy cells and cause problems for the patient. Some side effects are short-lived ...  Read More

Original Article Medicine
Uterus Cancer

Amir Abbas Esmaeilzadeh; Fatemeh Nasirzadeh

Volume 2, Issue 5 , December 2023, Pages 63-83


  The uterus is a hollow and pear-shaped organ in the pelvic area, located between the bladder and the rectum and covered by a tissue called the endometrium. The endometrium is made every month in the uterus, which is removed from the body during menstruation. Also, there are two tubes on both sides of ...  Read More

Original Article Covid
The Function of Preventive Tranexamic Acid in Minimizing Blood Loss During Elective Caesarean Section

Ramesh Baradaran Bagheri

Volume 2, Issue 5 , December 2023, Pages 84-96


  Introduction: TXA may lessen the need for hysterectomy, lessen the risk of developing severe anemia, and prevent the need for blood transfusions, all of which could significantly advance the objective of lowering maternal mortality, according to several RCTs that have examined the prophylactic role of ...  Read More

Original Article Health
The Effect of Chemicals Used in Radiotherapy on Cancer

Ghazal Tanzifi; Amirhossein Ahmadi Vand Koshki

Volume 2, Issue 5 , December 2023, Pages 97-113


  Fortunately, with the advancement of medical science and early diagnosis of many types of cancer, we can hope for its complete treatment. Some believe that cancer is a disease that occurs mostly in elderly people. Although most of the time they are right, but many young people also get cancer. A large ...  Read More

Original Article Chemical Engineering
Application of Combined Pinch and Exergy Analysis in a Steam Power Plant

Rozita Kaviani; Amir Arezi

Volume 2, Issue 5 , December 2023, Pages 114-125


  The ability of pinch technology to provide a general approach to process design and analysis, but it is incapable of analyzing systems that include power in addition to heat. On the other hand, exergy analysis The main limitation of exergy analysis is the lack of a comprehensive system design method. ...  Read More

Original Article Chemistry
Exergy and the fusion and fission nuclear reactions in nuclear powerplants

Rozita Kaviani

Volume 2, Issue 5 , December 2023, Pages 126-145


  The present research specializes in the second law analysis to characterize the balances of properties and efficiencies of processes occurring in nuclear reactions. The conceptual schema is underpinned by the paradigm of microscopic few-particle systems and the inter-particle kinetic energy and binding ...  Read More

Original Article Chemical Engineering
Processes Review of Propylene Production by Catalytic Cracking of C4-C8 Olefins

Amin Ahmadpour; Masoud Rafiee

Volume 2, Issue 5 , December 2023, Pages 146-157


  Propylene is the second most widely product in the world after ethylene. The amount of propylene produced by steam cracking processes as the first source of ethylene and propylene production is limited. New methods of propylene production (dehydrogenation of propane, conversion of methanol to olefins, ...  Read More

Review Article Medicine
Investigating Nutritional Needs and Its Effects on Pediatrics Outcomes in Pregnant Mothers with Covid-19: A Systematic Review

Hamid Owaysee Osquee; Sanaz Yasrebinia

Volume 2, Issue 5 , December 2023, Pages 158-166


  Introduction: One of the biggest challenges is to reduce inflammation without compromising the patient's proper immune response. In this hypothesis, science should focus on medicine and nutrition. The importance of proper nutritional status and eating habits has been widely recognized in the Covid-19 ...  Read More

Original Article
Investigating the effects of ephedrine infusion on changes in blood pressure and the need for inotropic drugs in the elderly under spinal anesthesia

Samad Eslam Jamal Golzari; Hamzeh Hosseinzadeh; Parichehr Mazuji

Volume 2, Issue 5 , December 2023, Pages 167-176


  Introduction: The purpose of the current study was to test the theory that elderly patients undergoing laparoscopic rectal cancer surgery have impaired microvascular perfusion, which recovers following the administration of phenylephrine and ephedrine. Material and Methods: Patients were divided into ...  Read More

Original Article Medicine
Determining the stability of hemodynamic status in the elderly under spinal anesthesia following ephedrine infusion during surgery

Hamzeh Hosseinzadeh; Parichehr Mazuji; Samad Eslam Jamal Golzari

Volume 2, Issue 5 , December 2023, Pages 177-186


  Introduction: Ephedrine and phenylephrine are the preferred vasopressors for preventing SAIH in the elderly. Our study's goal was to assess how well prophylactic intravenous (IV) ephedrine or N/S infusions prevented hypotension and decreased CO after SA in patients older than 60 undergoing elective orthopedic ...  Read More

Review Article Medicine
Mortality after Covid-19-related Mucormycosis in Critically ill Patients: A Systematic Review

Hamid Owaysee Osquee; Ali Reza Lotfi

Volume 2, Issue 5 , December 2023, Pages 187-193


  Examining laboratory parameters to determine acute or less severe cases of mucormycosis after contracting covid-19, identifying patients who are at higher risk of mortality, and increasing awareness for proper practice will be useful in improving the clinical situation. So we decided to Investigate Factors ...  Read More

Original Article Medicine
Intensive Care Nursing, Golden Points of Clinical and Mining

Alfred Atlinkson

Volume 2, Issue 5 , December 2023, Pages 194-202


  To evaluate the work of the left ventricular muscle, aortic and mitral valves or open coronary arteries. This method is used to assess the patient's condition before and after heart surgery. In both left and right heart catheterization methods, there is a possibility of allergic reaction to the contrast ...  Read More

Original Article Covid
Coronary Artery Disease

James Beki

Volume 2, Issue 5 , December 2023, Pages 203-211


  The term coronary artery disease (CAD) is a general term for disease conditions that cause blockage of coronary blood flow. Coronary artery disease is also called coronary heart disease or ischemic heart disease. Major problems arising from abnormal blood flow to the heart muscle include angina pectoris, ...  Read More

Original Article Covid
Angina Pectoris

Mahmoud Ali Hassan

Volume 2, Issue 5 , December 2023, Pages 212-220


  The most common cause of angina is atherosclerosis of the coronary arteries. Signs and symptoms of angina pectoris appear when one or more coronary arteries are more than 75% blocked. Angina pectoris is derived from the Greek word meaning chest compression. The presence of angina indicates cardiac ischemia. ...  Read More

Original Article Medicine
Surgical procedures: Coronary Artery Regeneration

Alfred Atlinkson

Volume 2, Issue 5 , December 2023, Pages 221-229


  It is a surgical procedure in which blood vessels from another part of the body are blocked into an artery, thereby removing the blocked flow path and opening a bypass in the area of the coronary occlusion, and blood flowing down the stenosis with this graft again. Is established. That is why it is called ...  Read More

Original Article Covid
Investigating the Difference Between Electron and Photon Radiation in Radiotherapy

Amirhossein Ahmadivand Koshki; Ghazal Tanzifi

Volume 2, Issue 5 , December 2023, Pages 230-244


  Radiotherapy may help achieve different treatment goals. For example, it may increase the effectiveness of surgery, help prevent cancer from spreading, or reduce symptoms of advanced cancer. Most radiation therapy devices use photon beams. Photons are also used in X-rays, but at lower doses. Photon beams ...  Read More

Original Article Medicine
The efficacy of 100 and 300 mg gabapentin in the post operative pain in carpal tunnel syndrome surgery

Naser Ghorbanian; Mahmood Eidi

Volume 2, Issue 5 , December 2023, Pages 245-252


  Introduction: Pharmacological interventions, such as gabapentin, have been utilized to alleviate the symptoms of CTS, but the optimal dosage remains uncertain. This article aims to review and compare the efficacy of two different doses of gabapentin, 100 mg and 300 mg, in the treatment of carpal tunnel ...  Read More

Original Article Applied Chemistry
Consideration of the Radius Caused by Charging Electrotherapeutic Signals for the Evaluation of Scattered and Random Magnetic Fields

Ebadollah Amouzad Mahdiraji

Volume 2, Issue 5 , December 2023, Pages 253-258


  The conductor goes to the corona and increases the leakage and charging current surrounding the conductor when the conductor voltage at the transmission line rises from a particular threshold known as the corona threshold voltage. This study evaluates various corona effects on transmitted pulses on transmission ...  Read More

Original Article Medicine
Complications (Pain intensity, Opioid usage, Bleeding, morbidity and mortality) following pancreaticoduodenectomy

Ali Sharifi; Zhale Bakhtiari

Volume 2, Issue 5 , December 2023, Pages 266-274


  Introduction: A comprehensive understanding of these complications, their risk factors, and appropriate management strategies is essential for surgeons and healthcare providers involved in the care of patients undergoing pancreaticoduodenectomy. Continued research, advancements in surgical techniques, ...  Read More

Original Article Health
Open Thoracotomy in Pneumothorax Management

Seyed Vahid Seyed Hosseini

Volume 2, Issue 5 , December 2023, Pages 275-290


  Open thoracotomy, a surgical procedure involving a large incision in the chest wall, has long been utilized in the management of pneumothorax. This procedure allows direct access to the pleural space, enabling effective intervention for complex cases or when less invasive techniques have proven unsuccessful. ...  Read More