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Hashem Shemshadi

Hashem Shemshadi
University of Rehabilitation Sciences and Social Health

BSc. MD. FACS
Attendig Professor of Speech Reconstructive Surgery at Rofeideh Rehabilitation Hospital, Tehran, Iran

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Introduction
I am currently working on a project as" the effect of facial reanimation surgery on elderly with stroke to improve their speech skills and quality of life"
Additional affiliations
July 1995 - present
University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences
Position
  • Medico Surgical Advisor
Description
  • Professorship and attending status in teaching, research and surgical procedures at the Rofeidah Rehabilitation Hospital
January 1995 - present
University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences/ Rofeidah Hospital
Position
  • Professor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Description
  • Active in Clinical Rehabilitative and Reconstructive Surgeries in Rofeidah Rehabilitation Hospital
January 1995 - July 2015
University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences
Position
  • Professor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Education
January 1992 - August 1995
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Field of study
  • Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
April 1987 - March 1991
Shiraz University of Medical Sciences
Field of study
  • General Surgery
July 1979 - June 1985

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Publications (75)
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Bedsore or pressure ulcer is one of the complications of bedridden patients in hospitals. When an unrelieved pressure in present, the patient`s compromising anatomical region, gets gradually ulcerated. Sophisticated wound management may primarily include, alleviating the pressure, wound care and balancing the patients` systemic disorders such as di...
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Background: The primary purpose of this literature review is to investigate different views of elective surgery management during the COVID-19 pandemic. In other words, the guidelines about diseases prevention and their proper management during performing elective surgeries have been reviewed. Materials and Methods: Current articles related to COVI...
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Objectives: This research aimed to investigate the psychometric properties of the Persian version of the Multidimensional Body-Self Relations Questionnaire (MBSRQ) among older Iranian people. Methods & Materials: The research method was non-experimental research that its necessary information was collected with the cross-sectional method. The stati...
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Proper speech functioning in human being, depends on the precise coordination and timing balances in a series of complex neuron- muscular movements and actions. Starting from the prime organ of energy source of expelled air from respiratory system; deliver such air to trigger vocal cords; swift changes of this phonatory episode to a comprehensible...
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Abstract: Due to the mental and physical impairments in family and neonates born with cleft lip and palate, basic understandings in before, during and the after operative measures in such patients are considered to be highly crucial. In postoperative period, patients as well as their relatives, need to be informed about the scope and the different...
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As the elderly census rising in the world, most of the developed and developing countries are engaged with implementation of many different geriatric programs in their governing agendas. As such increment includes Iran as well, Therefore providing many social, educational and economical programs which all must focus upon the elderly. well living st...
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As the elderly census rising in the world, most of the developed and developing countries are engaged with implementation of many different geriatric programs in their governing agendas. As such increment includes Iran as well, Therefore providing many social, educational and economical programs which all must focus upon the elderly. well living st...
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Our understanding of fetal vascular anatomy is rudimentary. This article evaluates the rate of fetal vascular branch-point development at different gestational ages using a porcine model. The consistent biphasic, vascular branch-point development provides an improved understanding of fetal vascular anatomy, although further studies on fetal growth...
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Objective: Stuttering is a communication disorder with a controversial and multifaceted etiology in the patients` mental and/or motor impairment. These problems cause an unbalancing within the natural flow of speech, which consequences the stutterers` behavioral, cognitive and attitude changes. The main aim of this survey was to investigate the eff...
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The respiration role is not limited to vital function but it also important in speech breathing values in patients suffering Mustard Gas injuries versus normal individuals.
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Research is designed to determine speech respiratory measures in spastic cerebral palsied children versus normal ones, to be used as an applicale too in speech therapy plans.
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Globally, COVID-19 has negatively impacted all aspects of life.Many hospitals postponed elective and semi-elective surgeries. Many people passed away any are dying everyday as the consequence of being contracted with this fatal viral infection, during COVID-pandemic.Even of the emergency surgery executed with care and fear. Surgeons in one side, ar...
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Elderly with stroke, is not uncommon in every society. They need a comprehensive rehabilitative teamwork, in order to alleviate their psychosomatic complications.Besides of ordinary routine acts to restore their quality of life, other services may help them more. As in stroke, the face may get involve, this mentioned trauma, renders an unhappy faci...
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The primary purpose of this mini-review article is to introduce modern issues of reanimation surgeries in patients with facial palsies. Modern methods of reanimation surgeries are discussed for mentioning patients` benefits, and their more satisfactions and hopeful horizons for the future of such cases with facial palsies. Facial paralysis, associa...
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Advance treatments in resuscitating needy patients are mostly demanded with any rehabilitative hospitals. Step by step approach to such life threatening episode has been discussed. Based on evidence-based approaches.
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Background: There is a lack of epidemiological data on emergency Medical service (EMS) missions for accidents in Iran. The present study aimed at obtaining representative data on the epidemiology of emergency Medical service missions for of accidents in Tehran, during years 2012 to 2013. Methods: Active EMS stations in Tehran were selected through...
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Various clinical classification of Pressure Ulcer in diabetic patients was presented. Each stage of such problems, tabulated against systemic status and different levels of blood sugar medical managements. Photos are shown after the application of advance and sophisticated dressing in promoting healing and reducing surgical interventions in the afo...
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Introduction: Awareness of the nasality norm condition in normal people’s speech (children and adults) is very important for assessment and treatment of nasality disorders. The main goal of this study was to determine normative nasalance scores among Persian-speaking adults. Material and Methods: In this descriptive-analytical cross-sectional study...
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In this seminar, the hospital infections in general and rehabilitation hospitals` infections were reviewed.The most common infections and the most modern diagnosis, as well as the applicable antibiotics, were discussed.
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Background: The necrotic skin flap represents a great challenge in plastic and reconstructive surgery. In this study, we evaluated the effect of bioscaffolds, acellular amniotic membranes (AAMs), and bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells (BM-MSCs) on random skin flap (RSF) survival in rats by applying a cell-free extracellular matrix scaffold...
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Background: Identification of the effective factors in reducing response time in prehospital emergency medical service (EMS) can assist in improving its services. This study aimed at reviewing the effect of applying global positioning system (GPS) on response time of Tehran EMS ambulances. Materials and Methods: Of 132 Tehran EMS stations, 24 ones...
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Bed sore is one the challenging clinical issues which requires a comprehensive knowledge in collaboration with different specialties. Patients who are paralyzed and have an unwanted choice of being in bed, requires a thorough nursing care and special attentions towards its early diagnosis and early high quality wound care services. This presentatio...
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Introduction: World Health Organization (WHO) recognizes disability as a global public health issue and a development priority, but unfortunately, the evidence shows that people with disabilities (PWD) often have lower levels of health than the general population.This study targeted to identify challenges in providing rehabilitation services for Pe...
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Post Open Rhinoplasty Complication , stressing upon olfactory loss in regard to timing for the return of such loss was discussed.
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Patients undergoing any type of nasal surgery may experience degrees of postoperative olfactory dysfunction. We sought to investigate \\\"when\\\" the olfactory function recovers to its preoperative levels. In this cohort design, 40 of 65 esthetic open rhinoplasty candidates with equal gender distribution, who met the inclusion criteria, were asses...
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Objectives: Covering tissue defects using skin flaps is a basic surgical strategy for plastic and reconstructive surgery. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of chicken embryo extract (CEE) and bone marrow derived mesenchymal stem cells (BM-MSCs) on random skin flap survival (RSF) in rats. Using chicken embryo extract can be an ideal...
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Introduction Mental patients are at more risk of being under polypharmacy in compare to other medical disorders. Elderly patients are more at risk of using polypharmacy. Aims This research was designed to observe the benefits of replacing polypharmacy with a single medication in elderly patients with chronic schizophrenia. Objectives Antipsychoti...
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Objective: Antipsychotic polypharmacy in the elderly usually results in higher rates of interactions, side effects and increased cost. This research was designed to observe the benefits of replacing polypharmacy with a single medication in elderly patients with chronic schizophrenia. Methods: This was a quasi-experimental, prospective, descriptive...
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Down syndrome (DS) is prevalent among the reasons of mental disability and several researches have been done on it1 on the present study aims to evaluate the oral stereognosis among individuals with Down syndrome with mental age 3 to 5 years old and its comparison with the similar age group.This study is on 60 students in two groups; control (N:30)...
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Introduction: Identification of effective factors in reduction of response time in pre-hospital Emergency Medical Service (EMS) can help a system to improve its services. This study aimed to study the effect of using Global Positioning System (GPS) in ambulances on the average of response time. Methods: Among 132 Tehran's EMS stations, 24 ones were...
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Objectives: In this study, we examined the effect of botulinum toxin A (BTA) on chronic allergic rhinitis (CAR). We tested the effects of BTA, applied to an intranasal sponge, on patients who had CAR for a minimum of three years and had been treated unsuccessfully with conventional medications. Methods:The study was an interventional case-control...
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Global Positioning System application in Ambulances and Pre-Hospital Response Time: Case of EMS in Tehran Samaneh, Sabz Alizadeh1. Vahid, Delshad2.Hashem, Shemshad3.Ramin, Beyranvand4.Mohammad, Javad Moradian5 Introduction: Identification of effective factors in reduction of response time in pre-hospital Emergency Medical Service (EMS) can help a s...
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Objectives: Psychotropic drug use in the elderly with chronic schizophrenia is an important issue in the field of psychiatry. The main goal of this study was to clarify the pattern of such drug use in these patients, in order to consider such therapy plan and focus on its cost attributing measures, for a more reasonable quality of care program. Met...
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The main goal of this report was to share with clinicians an atypical presentation of pulmonary thromboembolism (PTE) in a young male's post-appendectomy, whom he had no significant predisposing factors for such disease. The case also introduced for re-examining the challenges of PTE clinical manifestations which may mimic other differential diagno...
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Objective: The main goal of this study was to elucidate the epidemiology of the Tehran City Emergency Medical Services (EMS) dispatch calls in terms of the different demographic reasons for calling to the EMS. Materials& Methods: This was a cross sectional, retrospective and descriptive study. Twenty –four EMS stations from 132 different active EMS...
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Patients undergoing any type of nasal surgery may experience degrees of postoperative olfactory dysfunction. We sought to investigate "when" the olfactory function recovers to its preoperative levels. In this cohort design, 40 of 65 esthetic open rhinoplasty candidates with equal gender distribution, who met the inclusion criteria, were assessed fo...
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The traumatic brachial plexus was enlighted and discussed. The clinical diagnosis and paraclinical results in diagnosing the degree of such injuries were elaborated. The sophisticated medico-surgical approaches were shown.
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Oronasal region, as an important organ of taste and smell, being respected for its impact on the resonace, which is crucial for any normal speech production. Different congenital, acquired and/or developmentalpdefect, may not only have impacts on the quality of respiration, phonation, resonance, also on the process of a normal speech. This article...
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The aim of this study was to clarify the histological, ultrastructural and biomechanical effects of pentoxifylline (PTX) on the survival of random skin flaps (RSFs) in rats. Thirty male rats were randomly divided into experimental, sham and control groups. The experimental group received PTX 20 mg/kg/day, and the sham group received saline. A 20x70...
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This research was designed to study the effects of low-power helium–neon (He–Ne) laser irradiation on random skin flap survival in rat. Fifty 50 male rats were randomly divided into five groups. On the dorsum of each rat, one full thickness random skin flap which contained no specific vessel was elevated. Groups1 to 4 were exposed to different mode...
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Dr. Hiko Weerda has innovatively authored this book which represents a clear teaching style in most of the basics in facial reconstructive surgery. Most of the facial surgical flaps have been elaborated and pictured in designs. Targeted facial sites have been stressed in the human basic facial surgical anatomy as well as the necessary flaps in the...
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This book represents a teaching model in Rhinoplasty, recognized by the masters in this field. The book promotes and completes most of such knowledge in innovative changes and technical advances, which benefits for plastic surgeons and otolaryngologists colleagues globally.
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Musculoskeletal issues of children with cerebral palsy versus normal ones were discussed. The type and severity of each patient were tabulated against different methods of occupational therapy assigned.
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The application of a new x-ray opaque postmortem perfusion system for the visualization of vascular structures in fetal models is presented. This new system allows pig fetus perfusion to be performed at pressures of less than 30 mmHg. At higher pressures, extravasations were observed in known weak spots in the fetal vasculature, and multiple perfus...
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Our understanding of fetal vascular anatomy is rudimentary. This article evaluates the rate of fetal vascular branch-point development at different gestational ages using a porcine model. The consistent biphasic, vascular branch-point development provides an improved understanding of fetal vascular anatomy, although further studies on fetal growth...

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The aim of this study was to clarify the histological, ultrastructural and biomechanical effects of pentoxifylline (PTX) on the survival of random skin fl aps (RSFs) in rats.