Abdelaleem helal

Abdelaleem helal

Menoufia University

H-index: 1

Africa-Egypt

About Abdelaleem helal

Abdelaleem helal, With an exceptional h-index of 1 and a recent h-index of 1 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Menoufia University, specializes in the field of Medicine.

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University

Menoufia University

Position

Lecturer National Liver Institute

Citations(all)

52

Citations(since 2020)

50

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1

hIndex(all)

1

hIndex(since 2020)

1

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1

i10Index(since 2020)

1

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Menoufia University

Abdelaleem helal Skills & Research Interests

Medicine

Top articles of Abdelaleem helal

The specificity of endoscopic criteria in diagnosis Of biliary reflux gastritis

Bile reflux gastritis can be triggered by an excess of bile in the duodenum, the absence of a pylorus as a barrier to retrograde flow, and/or decreased stomach and duodenum retrograde peristalsis. This can occur as a result of gastric or biliary surgery or as biliary reflux disease. The purpose of this research was to assess the specificity of endoscopic criteria in diagnosis of biliary gastritis by comparing the endoscopic findings with histopathological examination. Patients and methods In this prospective research, cases with upper gastrointestinal symptoms were subjected for esophago-gastro-duodenoscopy. One hundred and thirteen patients with intragastric bile were involved in the research. All cases were subjected for endoscopic examination for biliary reflux gastritis and histopathological examination. Results In this prospective study, 113 individuals were involved in this research divided into two groups, biliary reflux gastritis (BRG)(62 patients) and non-biliary reflux gastritis (NBRG)(51 patients). The Endoscopic findings of the patients in BRG group showed that all patients had intragastric bile and most of the patients had erythema (83.9%) followed by erosions (54.8%). Histological findings in BRG group showed that most patients had foveolar hyperplasia (83.9%) followed by chronic active inflammation (75.8%) and congestion (64.5%). The positive predictive value of endoscopic diagnosis of biliary gastritis was 54.86%. Conclusion In biliary reflux gastritis the endoscopic findings are not specific but can help in diagnosis, histopathological features can characterize biliary reflux gastritis from non-biliary reflux gastritis.

Authors

Adel Mohamed Asaad Elkady,Magdy Abdelkreem Aldahshan,Shadia Hussein Mabrouk,Abdelaleem Khair Eldeen Helal,Ahmed Maher Eliwa

Journal

Al-Azhar International Medical Journal

Published Date

2024

The impact of obesity on postoperative complications and short-term survival after liver transplantation

MethodsA multicenter study of outcomes in patients submitted to LT between 2009 and 2019 was conducted. Recipients were stratified into obese (BMI≥ 30 kg/m 2) and nonobese patients (BMI< 30 kg/m 2). Early postoperative complications were compared and 30-day and 1-year patient and graft survival were assessed by Kaplan–Meier method. Primary graft nonfunction (PGNF) was defined as the presence of total bilirubin> 10 mg/dl, INR> 1.6 or ALT> 2000 U/l within the first week after LT.ResultsA total of 1608 patients were included after applying exclusion criteria, nonobese (1149, 71.46%) and obese patients (459, 28.54%). There were no significant differences in age, sex, Model for End-stage Liver Disease, Charlson comorbidity score, ethnicity, waiting list time and ischemia time. There were significantly higher rates of vascular (17.58% vs 23.53%, P= 0.021) and biliary complications (27.68% vs 35.73%, P …

Authors

Javier Tejedor-Tejada,Felix Garcia-Pajares,Rifaat Safadi,Violeta Mauriz-Barreiro,Esther Molina,Laura Juan-Casamayor,Samuel Fernández-Prada,Abdelaleem Helal,Esteban Fuentes-Valenzuela,Carmen Alonso-Martin,Carolina Almohalla-Alvarez

Journal

European journal of gastroenterology & hepatology

Published Date

2023/7/1

Risk Stratification in Cirrhotic Patients with Emergent Surgery

Background Patients with liver disease have a unique pathophysiology that results in the need for a specialized evaluation before undergoing any surgical procedure. The objective of the present study was to assess different risk scores for high-risk cirrhotic patients. Patients and methods We evaluated 115 cirrhotic patients in an Emergency Department, of the National Liver Institute, Menoufia University, using MELD, PALBI, ALBI, MELD Na scores. The studied cases had different presentations; 79 patients with strangulated umbilical hernia with bowel loops, 29 patients with intestinal ischemia from acute mesenteric vascular occlusion managed by surgical explorations, and 7 patients with secondary peritonitis from neglected spontaneous bacterial peritonitis.All participants signedan informed written consent. Results MELD had a best cut off point 9.5, PALBI best cut off point -2.5, ALBI best cut off point -1.5, and MELD Na best cut off point 287.5. Sensitivities of MELD, PALBI, ALBI and MELD Na were 81.2%, 67%, 50%, and 44%, respectively. While specificities of MELD, PALBI, ALBI and MELD Na were 70%, 44.1%, 85.3%, and 77%, respectively. Conclusion MELD, PALBI, and ALBI could be used in risk stratification in cirrhotic patients with emergent surgery.

Authors

Mohamed Meligy Ahmed,Marwa Elfauomy,Hassan Ahmed ElZohry,Khaled Ammar,Mohmamed Elfauomy,Abdelaleem Helal

Journal

The Egyptian Journal of Hospital Medicine

Published Date

2023/1/1

Self-expandable metallic stents (SEMS) in esophageal varices post-band ulcer refractory bleeding: a retrospective study

BackgroundPost-variceal band ligation bleeding ulcer is a severe complication with considerable mortality. We tried evaluating self-expandable metallic stent (SEMS) with concern to the ulcer morphology not well studied.ResultsWe did a retrospective analysis of patients with bleeding post-band ulcers and treated by SEMS with concern to control bleeding and 6 weeks survival. Twenty-eight patients studied had their age (mean ± S.D.) 57.8 ± 8.6 years, and 85.7% were males. The Child-Pugh score range was 5–12]. Control of bleeding by SEMS was achieved in 23 (82.1%) patients, and overall, 6-week survival was 75%. Both post-band ulcer types B (oozing blood and type C (active spurted) were a risk for 6 weeks mortality (P = 0.04, OR 1.58, CI 95% 1.12–2.23).ConclusionSEMS is considered an excellent choice to control esophageal post-banding ulcer bleeding and a definite treatment bridge.

Authors

Osama Elbahr,Ahmad Kamal,Ayman Alsebaey,Mohamed Amin,Mohamed Abbasy,Ahmad Edris,Ali Nada,Alyaa Sabry,Sameh Afiffy,Abd El-Aleem Helal,Mohamad Abd El-aziz,Abd El-naser Gad-Allah

Journal

Egyptian Liver Journal

Published Date

2021/5/5

Abdelaleem helal FAQs

What is Abdelaleem helal's h-index at Menoufia University?

The h-index of Abdelaleem helal has been 1 since 2020 and 1 in total.

What are Abdelaleem helal's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

The specificity of endoscopic criteria in diagnosis Of biliary reflux gastritis

The impact of obesity on postoperative complications and short-term survival after liver transplantation

Risk Stratification in Cirrhotic Patients with Emergent Surgery

Self-expandable metallic stents (SEMS) in esophageal varices post-band ulcer refractory bleeding: a retrospective study

are the top articles of Abdelaleem helal at Menoufia University.

What are Abdelaleem helal's research interests?

The research interests of Abdelaleem helal are: Medicine

What is Abdelaleem helal's total number of citations?

Abdelaleem helal has 52 citations in total.

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