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Articles by M. Shayeghi
Total Records ( 3 ) for M. Shayeghi
  A. A. Hanafi-Bojd , M. Shahi , M. Baghaii , M. Shayeghi , N. Razmand and A. Pakari
  Rodents are one of the main health problems in the cities, especially in coastal area. These animals make economic damages and are potential health dangers in Bandar Abbas, the main economic southern port of Iran. In this study, rodents were captured from different parts of the city, before and after a control program during 2003-2004, transferred to the laboratory, identified and examined for ecto-parasites. Totally 105 rodents demonstrating four species: Rattus rattus (3%), R. norvegicus (78%), Mus musculus (3%) and Tatera indica (16%), were captured before the control program. The most frequency was observed in Ayatollah Ghafari quarter, 10 rodents per 24 traps. After 12 months, the duration of control program, rodents were re-captured to assessment the success of control activity. In this stage 35 small mammals demonstrated four species were obtained: R.norvegicus (51.4%), R.rattus (37.1%), T.indica (8.6%) and one weasel (2.9%). We found the most frequency in Khoon-sorkh quarter with 6 rodents per 24 traps. The identified ectoparasites were Xenopsylla buxtoni, Rhipicephalus sp., Polyplax gerbilli, Haplopleura captiosa, Ornithonyssus bacoti, Laelaps nuttalli, Dermanyssus americanus, Dermanyssus sanguineus, Haemolaelaps glasgowi and Echinolaelaps echidninus. The number of rodents reduced to one third after control program, shows the relative success of this program (p<0.05).
  H. Nasirian , H. Ladonni , M. Shayeghi and M. Soleimani Ahmadi
  The present study investigated the probable responsible reasons for non-response the B. germanica to permethrin only in World Health Organization glass jar method after insecticide spraying control failure with pyrethroid insecticide groups in Islamic Republic of Iran. Eleven German cockroach strains were collected from field populations of nine infested kitchen student dormitories and two infested hospitals after insecticide spraying control failure with pyrethroid insecticide groups in Iran. The current study, in World Health Organization glass jar and knock down methods conducted on newly emerged adult males.All feral strains, with various levels of resistance to pyrethroids, in World Health Organization glass jar method at 400 min (6 h) time exposures, was not observed mortality, while the susceptible strain was observed 100% mortality in 25 min time exposures. Susceptible strain at LT50 after assessing on mortality data from the replicates by probit analysis in World Health Organization glass jar method was 15.3 min. In this study, all feral strains in World Health Organization glass jar method after 400 min (6 h) time exposures, was not observed mortality, that showed these strains very high-level resistance to permethrin. In the knock down method, the resistance ratios were 3.6 to 26.1-folds compare with the susceptible reference strain. In a comparison, among this study and previous studies resistance ratios of 8.6 to 17.7-folds for permethrin in topical application, indicated that German cockroach have had under pressure spraying. German cockroach have had in vicinity to pyrethroid insecticides especially permethrin in these locations in long period for non-responding to permethrin insecticide only in World Health Organization glass jar method, and the field evident confirm this subject.
  M. Shayeghi , H. Nasirian , N. Nourjah , M. Baniardelan , F. Shayeghi and M. Aboulhassani
  In this study whole blood cholinesterase activities of the agriculture and hygiene spray workers exposed to organophosphorus and carbamate compounds from different parts of Tehran Province in Iran were determined. Lovi Bond method was used in three stages including prepare the questionnaires about spray worker body health conditions, taking their blood samples before and after working and their insight to insecticides and prepare the required solutions. Results showed that no any changes were observed in the 50% of the spray worker blood cholinesterase activity after working. In the 32.4% of them, cholinesterase activity has decreased up to extensive poisoning and in the 17.6% of them cholinesterase activity was much decreased at the end of an acute or severe poisoning, whereas in testifier workers less than 5.9% of them cholinesterase activity was decreased and in the 94.1% of testifier workers cholinesterase activity was normal. Analysis of the data demonstrated that no significant relationship between spray worker blood cholinesterase activity, age groups, history of working, knowledge, cigarette smoking, history of toxicity and their responsibilities were observed. The measurement of pre-exposure cholinesterase values is essential for comparison of the values after pesticide application.
 
 
 
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