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Articles by Naser Zangiabadi
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  Naser Zangiabadi and Mohammad Naeem Ahrari
  To examine and diagnose patients who injured in Bam earthquake at 5:26:52 Am (local time) on Friday, December 26, 2003 with traumatic peripheral neuropathies then treat and follow up. A longitudinal study was deigned. 159 patients with traumatic neuropathies were selected at the first stage of study. After six months follow up only 39 patients satisfied to enter the study. Clinical examination, Nerve conduction velocity, F wave and H wave were done and registered. The male and female frequency was equal (19M/20F) and average of age was 31.1+/-11.6. During 6 months period following earthquake 19 cases (48.7%) were improved in healing of neuropathies and were better in both neurological examination and electro-diagnostic tests. The repeated measurement analysis of variances did not reveal any difference in healing of nerves in sex and age groups. So patients’ gender and age did not influence on recovery of neuropathies. The neuropathy injuries in Bam earthquake was the same as other earthquakes in Japan, China and Turkey, approximately. The notification to neuropathy in crush injuries and extremity damage for early diagnosis and treatment of neuropathies is considerable. At the earthquake disaster management, It is important that trained person rescue the victims to prevent extra injuries.
  Naser Zangiabadi , Mohamad Naeim Ahrari and Nouzar Nakhaee
  Diabetes mellitus with the prevalence rate of 8.9-12.3% in human population, ultimately leads to the peripheral nervous system involvement in many patients. It causes various types of polyneuropathies, which may manifest abnormalities such as impaired nerve conduction velocity (NCV) and prolonged F-wave latency. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of omega-3 fatty acids on NCV and F-wave latency. This clinical trial was performed on diabetic patients referring to the Diabetes Center of Shahid Bahonar Hospital in Kerman/Iran. Subjects were randomly divided to Omega-3 and Control (no treatment) group. Patients in the case group received three capsules of omega-3 daily and for the duration of 12 weeks. NCV and F-wave latency were determined in all patients before and after the treatment period. The rate of alterations in these variables in the two groups was analyzed by using statistical tests. Controlling for baseline NCV and F- wave latency measures, follow up results showed no significant difference between the Omega-3 and the no-treatment group in accordance to somatic nerve measures. No significant difference in electrodiagnostic indices was found before and after Omega-3 administration. This result may be due to using the combination of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA).Short term administration and lack of sufficient time for drug efficacy can be other probable reason. Further studies with the administration of pure forms of EPA or DHA and longer period of administration are suggested.
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