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Articles by H. Hosseini
Total Records ( 2 ) for H. Hosseini
  S. Yeganeh , B. Shabanpour , H. Hosseini , M.R. Imanpour and A. Shabani
  In this research, the seasonal variation in the chemical composition and fatty acid profile of fillets from wild common carp were assessed. The protein, lipid and moisture content as well as the fatty acid profile were determined. The results showed that the lipid and protein content in wild carp samples decreased from Summer to Spring and the moisture content of fillets increased from Summer to Spring. Monounsaturated Fatty Acids (MUFA) in carp were found to be higher than levels of Saturated Fatty Acids (SFA) and Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (PUFA) in all seasons. The PUFA content of fillets was found to be higher than that of SFA in Winter and Spring. Palmitic acid was the major SFA (12.99-16.18%) in all seasons. Oleic acid was identified as the major MUFA (19.05-25.11%). Docosahexaneoic Acid (DHA) was the major PUFA (5.98-11.61%) in all seasons. The maximum concentration of DHA was found in Autumn and Winter but the Eicosapentaneoic Acid (EPA) concentration did not fluctuate in different seasons. The maximum concentrations of lipids and protein were found in Summer. Poly-unsaturated fatty acids increased in the cold season.
  K. Hamdi , P. Bastani , E.O. Saheb-Madarek and H. Hosseini
  Despite recent advances in perinatal care, Preterm Premature Rupture of Membranes (PPROM) continues to lead to important obstetric complications. This study was aimed to evaluate the role of sonographic measurement of myometrial thickness in prediction of latency interval in women with PPROM. This analytic- descriptive and case- control study was performed on pregnant women with PPROM presenting to Tabriz Al-Zahra Hospital since 2006 to 2008. Thirty pregnant women with PPROM and 30 pregnant women with normal pregnancy were enrolled. Mean gestational age was 30.60±1.99 week and in case and 31.13±20.01 week in control group (p = 0.307). Mean gravidity was 1.63±0.49 in case and 1.47±0.50 in control group (p = 0.210). Mean parity was 0.53±0.62 in case and 0.57 0.50 in control group (p = 0.819). Mean anterior myometrial thickness was 8.23±2.59 mm in case and 7.71±1.45 mm in control group (p = 0.344). Mean posterior myometrial thickness was 8.90±2.86 mm in case and 8.12±1.54 mm in control group (p = 0.197). Mean fundus myometrial thickness was 9.10±3.54 mm in case and 8.77±1.77 mm in control group (p = 0.648). Mean latency interval of women with PPROM was 18.70±20.68 day and mean sonography to labor interval was 57.30±16.14 day (p<0.01). Mean latency interval of women with PPROM was significantly shorter than mean sonography to labor interval in control group patients (p<0.05). In our study, 50% of women in 10 first days after PPRM labored and only 43.3% of women labored in 7 first days after PPROM. In this study, significant correlation was not found between myocardial sickness in anterior, posterior and fundus with latency interval.
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