Adnan Hasan

Adnan Hasan
University of Sulaimani | UNIVSUL · Department of Pediatrics

PhD

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December 1992 - September 2003
University of Anbar
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  • Head of Department

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Publications (19)
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A prospective study was conducted on 60 thalassemia major patients (33 males and 27 females ) in whom the LV function and its parameters where assessed by echocardiography in relation to serum ferritin during the period from 2nd October 2007 to 2nd February 2008, in Sulaimani pediatric teaching hospital. Patient and method: The age ranges of patien...
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Pathogenesis and clinical manifestations of NCGS
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Phenylketonuria (PKU) is a hereditary, autosomal recessive disorder characterized by severe hyperphenylalaninemia which if untreated, would invariably result in the development of signs and symptoms of classic PKU with profound intellectual disability. Newborn screening in Sulaimani city had started in 2013 for screening of (PKU), congenital hypoth...
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Hyperbilirubinemia is a common and, in most cases, a benign problem in neonates. Conventional treatment for severe indirect hyperbilirubinemia consists of phototherapy and exchange transfusion. Several drugs like Metalloporphyrins, D-pencillamine, henobarbital, activated charcoal, clofibrate, and bile salts have been used for the treatment of indir...
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Background: The vast majority of button battery (BB) ingestions occur when curious children explore their environment. Button batteries do not usually cause problems unless they become lodged in the gastrointestinal tract. Objective: To report our experience of button battery ingestion in children focusing on clinical characteristics, management, a...
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BacEnteric fever is a severe systemic illness characterized by fever and abdominal pain that is caused by dissemination of typhoid Salmonella serovar, Typhi and Paratyphi. These organisms have no known hosts other than humans. Most commonly, foodborne or waterborne transmission occurs as a result of faecal contamination by ill or asymptomatic chron...
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Prospective study included babies born at maternity hospital in sulaimany and babies born in private hospitals and referred to pediatric first day of life detection of life threatening CHD march 2013. 2181 were enrolled in the study. they were premature, and the majority of them are hypoxic at birth due to immaturity of respiratory center which mig...
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Abstract Background: The vast majority of button battery (BB) ingestions occur when curious children explore their environment. Button batteries do not usually cause problems unless they become lodged in the gastrointestinal tract. Objective: To report our experience of button battery ingestion in children focusing on clinical characteristics, mana...
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Background :There were few reports on risk factors for neonatal deaths in Sulaimania Pediatric Teaching Hospital. In the year 2012 in new instruments and material including mechanical ventilation , continuous positive air pressure and surfactant that were used in sulaimania neonatal care unit that urged the research idea Objective: to determine the...
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Objectives : To study the clinical presentation, epidemiology, and the therapeutic response of visceral leishmaniasis (Kala-azar) in Al-Anbar Governorate, western Iraq. Methods : All cases suspected of Kala-azar admitted to AL-Ramadi Maternity and Children Hospital from the 1stof November 2001 to the 1stof April 2002 were investigated to look for K...
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Fasciola hepatica, an endemic parasite common in Iraq and its neighboring countries, is a very rare cause of cholestasis worldwide. Humans can become definitive hosts of this parasite through their ingestion of a contaminated water plant, for example, contaminated watercress. Symptoms of cholestasis may appear suddenly and, in some cases, are prece...
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Background and Objectives Esophageal strictures in children have serious effects on the child health; the advances in digestive endoscopy opened the door for many therapeutic options, mainly endoscopic dilatation. The aim of the current study was to assess the causes of esophageal strictures in children and the outcome of endoscopic dilatation in K...
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Objective: To study the predictors of hypoxaemia In a sample children with bronchiolitis admitted to maternity and children hospital in Al-Ramadi, Al-Anbar governorate. Materials & Methods: A total of 154 infants with bronchiolitis were admitted during the period 1 st Dec. 2002 to 1 st March 2003, inclusive. Information about infant's feeding and s...
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Background: occult blood loss must be considered as a possible cause in every case of iron deficiency anemia. Objective: to evaluate upper gastrointestinal endoscopy in finding a potential cause for iron deficiency anemia among children in Al-Anbar governorate. Methods: Twenty five children aged 2-14 years, referred to the gastroenterology unit in...

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im intreseted in clinical and interventional study on pediatric cardiology