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سال سوم/ شماره 8 / زمستان 1387
 Comparison between two & twenty four hours salt powder coverage in infant umbilical granuloma treatment
* Ahmad Shah Farhat  , Ashraf Mohammad zadeh 
Deoartment of pediatrics, Mashhad University of Medical sciences, NICU Emam Reza Haspital Mashad, Iran . 
One of the most common umbilical abnormalities in neonates is umbilical granuloma, causing inflammation and drainage. The common treatment is application of a 75% silver nitrate stick. This study was carried out to compare the effect of 2 and 24 hours salt (NaCl) in treatment on infant umbilical granuloma. Methods: From January 2004 to January 2006, at Neonatal ICU and Infant Follow-up Clinic of Imam Reza Hospital, Mashad University of Medical Sciences, Mashad, Iran, two groups including 20 infants with umbilical granuloma undergoing a 24 hours treatment with salt as the case group and 20 infants undergoing a 2 hours treatment with salt as the control group were compared. Results: There were18 boys and 22 girls. The treatment days in case and control groups were 1.2+0.6 and 2.1+0.4, respectively and the difference was statistically significant. In either group, there were no significant differences between sex, birth weight, time of umbilical separation and age of enrollment. Conclusion: 24-hours treatment of umbilical granuloma with salt was shown to be more effective than the 2- hours treatment method.
Iranian Red crescent Medical Journal 2008;10(4):267-269
Relationship between low birth weight neonate and maternal serum copper level
Farhat A. S Mohammadzadeh A , Valaee L, Khadem N,Khajedaluee M, Parizadeh S.M.R
Objective:Trace element deficiencies have been documented to play an important role in determination of the fetal outcome. It has been reported that the pregnant women in developing countries consume diets with a lower density of minerals and vitamins. Copper is an essential trace element and its deficiency can lead to a variety of nutritional and vascular disorders. Methods:We conducted a case-control study on women who delivered low birth weight infants (Cases), and women with normal birth weight infants (Controls). We collected blood samples from all women within 24 hours of delivery, and assessed the concentration of copper using flame atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS). We compared serum concentration of copper between the two groups. Multiple linear regression analysis was performed to control of potential confounding variables. Results :A total of 117 mothers were studied, of them 65 Cases with a low birth weight infants (1845 ± 472 g) and 52 Controls (birth weight = 3166± 435 g). Mothers in the Cases and Controls groups did not differ in age (24± 4 vs. 24.7 ± 5.4 years), body mass index (23.4 ± 3.4 vs. 22.9± 3.2), and socioeconomic or demographic factors. Maternal copper concentration (μg/dl) did not differ between Cases and Controls; 1158.35 ± 299.57 μg/dl vs. 1187.11 ± 249.59μg/dl respectively. Maternal copper did not differ between premature and full term deliveries. It also did not differ when newborns were small for their gestational or not. Conclusion:Maternal copper concentration has no impact on neonatal birth weight or premature deliveries.
Journal of Chinese Clinical Medicine Volume 31 Number 121 December 2008
1: Neonatal Research Center, Emamreza Hospital: 2. Neonatal Research Center: 3. Associated professor of obstetrician and gyneco): 4. Community Health Department: 5. Biochemistry and Nutrition Department, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences. Correspondence to Farhat S.A Assistant professor , Neonatal Research Center- NICU- Emamreza Hospital, Mashhad - Iran
E-mail: Farhate[at]mums.ac.ir
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