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Articles by Neda Shams Alizadeh
Total Records ( 3 ) for Neda Shams Alizadeh
  Neda Shams Alizadeh , Effat Merghati Khoei , Mehrdad Fazelimanesh and Ahmad Astaneh
  According to increased bacterial resistance to common antibiotics, tendency toward using herbal drugs is increasing. Many researches have been executed about antibacterial and preservative effects of herbal extract like extracts of lamiacceae family (like Shiraz oregano herb). In this study, anti microbial effects of Zataria multiflora extract on Urinary Tract E. coli Infections in comparison with eleven antibiotic disks in antibiogram pattern is evaluated. After providing microbe suspension and comparing it to Mc Farland 0.5 to obtain 1.5x108 bacterium per milliliter the susceptibility of the mentioned bacteria was determined in Muller-Hinton agar by embedding the disks of Betadine, Zataria multiflora and antibiotic disks. Fallowing incubation of media for 24 h at 37°C the inhibition zone of Zataria, Betadine and antibiotic disks were measured. Surprisingly, according to antibiogram results, the most sensitivity of E. coli was to Z. multiflora extract and inhibitory zone produced by eleven antibiotic disks and betadine are significantly less than Zataria induced. According to obtained results and limitations of increasingly usage of chemical antimicrobial substances there is a need to replacement of these substances with natural and herbal extracts.
  Fatemeh Sheikhan , Fereshteh Jahdi , Effat Merghati Khoie , Neda Shams Alizadeh , Hamidreza Sheikhan and Hamid Haghani
  Episiotomy is the most common perineal surgical in obstetric and midwifery. Application of cooling devices is a new approach in pain relief but the pain related to episiotomy is typically treated with oral analgesic medications. This clinical trial involved sixty qualified primiparaus women admitted for labor in Kamali Hospital in Karaj, Iran. They were randomly allocated into 2 groups: cases (using gel pads) and control (receiving the hospital routine). The participant’s pain and discomforts were recorded on the VAS and REEDA scales, respectively. Pain was evaluated 4 and 12 h and 5 days after episiotomy. The obtained data were analyzed in SPSS 14 using independent t-test and Chi-square (χ2). There were statistically difference in pain intensity scores of 2 groups in 4 h (p = 0.014), 12 h (p = 0.002) and 5 days (p = 0.000) after episiotomy. The REEDA score was significantly low in the experimental group (gel pads group) at 5 days after episiotomy (p = 0.000). This study application of cold gel pads instead of Betadine for episiotomy wound care.
  Fatemeh Sheikhan , Fereshteh Jahdi , Effat Merghati Khoie , Neda Shams Alizadeh , Hamidreza Sheikhan and Hamid Haghani
  Episiotomy is the most common perineal surgical in obstetric and midwifery. Application of Cooling devices is a new approach in pain relief but the pain related to episiotomy is typically treated with oral analgesic medications. This clinical trial involved 60 qualified primiparaus women admitted for labor in Kamali Hospital in Karaj, Iran. They were randomly allocated into two groups: cases (using Gel pads) and control (receiving the hospital routine). The participant’s pain and discomforts were recorded on the VAS and REEDA scales, respectively. Pain was evaluated 4, 12 h and 5 days after episiotomy. The obtained data were analyzed in SPSS 14 using independent t-test and chi-square. There were statistically difference in pain intensity scores of 2 groups in 4 h (p = 0.014), 12 h (p = 0.002) and 5 days (p = 0.000) after episiotomy. The REEDA score was significantly low in the experimental group (Gel pads group) at 5 days after episiotomy (p = 0.000). This study application of cold gel pads instead of betadine for episiotomy wound care.
 
 
 
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