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Articles by H. Ansari
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  H. Ansari , H. Kamani and A. Arbabi Sarjo
  The purpose of this study was to assess of hepatitis C and related factors among beta-thalassemia patients. In 2005-5006 a cross sectional study was conducted in Dastgheib hospital, Shiraz, Iran. Participants were all beta-thalassemia major patients (806 cases). Blood samples were taken from patients and HCVAb was determined using commercial Kit. The data collected using a questionnaire consists on demographic and treatment related variables. Data were analyzed using chi-square test. The subjects were 400 (49.6%) females and 406 (50.4%) males. Thirty-two patients (3.9%) were more than 30 years old and 372 (46.1%) were less than 15 years old. Prevalence of this infection among males and females was 12.8 and 16%, respectively. No significant difference was seen between males and females regarding prevalence of hepatitis C (p = 0.15). The prevalence of hepatitis C was statistically correlated with type of transfused blood and blood group of patients (p = 0.05). The findings showed that despite blood screening to prevent hepatitis C, prevalence of this infection was higher among Beta-thalassemia major patients. Thus, careful screening and healthy blood transfusion is too important. It must be mentioned that packed red blood cell should be inspected with great attention and probably O blood group predispose the patients to HCV infection.
  H. Ansari , G.R. Masoudi , F. Rakhshani , F. Kord-Mostafapour and A. Arbabi-Sarjo
  The purpose of this study was to assess the knowledge of students of Zahedan University of Medical Sciences about VHI and it`s related factors. This cross sectional study was performed on 356 students of Zahedan University of Medical Sciences. The subjects were selected using stratified random sampling. The data collected using structured questionnaire. Maximum score of knowledge was 100. The data were analyzed by SPSS version 13 software using descriptive and analytical (ANOVA, Independent T, Spearman correlation coefficient and chi square tests) statistics. The mean of total score of students were 40.2 ± 18.2. The mean of knowledge score about hepatitis A and E (32.8 ± 22.7), hepatitis B, C and D (47 ± 18.6), about symptoms and treatment (32.1 ± 13.5) and about prevention from these infections was 58 ± 27.3. There was statistically significant relationship between knowledge of students and average, field, semester and graduate level (p<0.05). The knowledge of student about prevention of hepatitis infections was more than other aspects of disease such as symptoms, treatment and transmission, so teaching about treatment and symptoms of these infections to diagnosis is too important. The students of health course should be educated about VHI more than others students and educational program should be performed with respect to variables that were related to awareness of students.
  Tahmid , H. Ansari , M.A. Malek , M.U. Ahmed , Sota Tanaka and Tetsushi Yoshida
  Effect of Azolla (Azolla pinnata) in combination with mustard oil cake (MOC) was studied on the galling in roots and growth of eggplants (Solanum melongena) inoculated with Meloidogyne javanica. Fresh weight and length of both shoot and root were vigorous when dry Azolla (5g) or fresh Azolla extract (10ml) in mixing with the half standard dose (1.25g) of MOC was applied. Similarly, the galling incidence was lower in the same treatment that was identified for the vigorous growth of the plant. A. pinnata was found as a very effective agent for the normal growth of root and shoot with half-standard dose of MOC. Both of these agents in together created resistance to the plants and its toxic materials might suppress the nematode activity, which ultimately confirm the lower presence of galling by M. javanica.
 
 
 
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