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Articles by Motahareh Motazedian
Total Records ( 2 ) for Motahareh Motazedian
  Jamshid Kohanteb , Mahdieh Dayaghi , Motahareh Motazedian and Mohammad-Ali Ghayumi
  The objective of present study was to compare and determine the prevalence of antibiotypes and biotypes of Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolated from patients with burn infection and nosocomial pneumonia in Shiraz, Iran. Thirty isolates from each group of patients were used. Antibiotyping (antibiotic sensitivity profiles) was performed by disk diffusion of Bauer-Kirby method using eleven antibiotics and biotyping (biochemical profiles) was done by standard biochemical procedures. High rate of multi-drug resistant isolates were observed by both groups of patients. P. aeruginosa isolated from burn infection were found more resistant (26.7%) to the all antibiotics used than those from nosocomial pneumonia (6.7%) p≤0.04. All P. aeruginosa (100%) isolates from burn infection were resistant to gentamycin, carbenicillin, cephtazidime and cephalothin. The lowest resistance rate was observed with meropenem. Antibiotic susceptibility profiles revealed 11 and 15 different antibiotypes among P. aeruginosa isolates from patients with burn infection and nosocomial pneumonia, respectively. The biochemical profiles consisting of 21 biochemical tests grouped P. aeruginosa into 8 different biotypes. Biotypes BVIII 15(50%) and BIII 11(36.7%) were the most prevalent isolates from burn infection and nosocomial pneumonia, respectively p≤0.04. Data obtained in this study revealed that different types of Pseudomonas aeruginosa are involved in burn wound infection and nosocomial pneumonia in this region.
  Pooya Vatankhah , Motahareh Motazedian , Mohammad Atefi , Shahram Taeb , Azim Kaveh Ahanga and Hamid Zare
  The aim of this research is to introduce a novel mask which can provide efficient protection against the toxic N2O gas and 131Iodine encountered in the operating room and nuclear medicine hotlabs. The mask is designed in four layers to trap the toxic gases and prevent the inhalation of toxic agents. The preliminary data indicate a 75% protection against 131Iodine evaporates and a 70% protection against N2O gas. This mask shows promising results and can be used as a protective measurement for the health care providers in the developing countries.
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