An-Najah Blogs :: Najwa suboh http://blogs.najah.edu/author/emp-2435 An-Najah Blogs :: Najwa suboh en-us Sat, 24 Oct 2020 05:38:59 IST Sat, 24 Oct 2020 05:38:59 IST webmaster@najah.edu webmaster@najah.edu P6- acupressure stimulation versus Haloperidol in the prevention of post operative nausea & vomiting& pain followed pediatric tonsillectomyhttp://blogs.najah.edu/staff/emp-2435/article/P6--acupressure-stimulation-versus-Haloperidol-in-the-prevention-of-post-operative-nausea-amp-vomitingamp-pain-followed-pediatric-tonsillectomyPublished ArticlesAbstract Postoperative nausea and vomiting PONV pain are among the most unpleasant experiences associated with surgery and are the most common reasons for poor patient satisfaction in the postoperative period This study is to evaluate the antiemetic efficacy of Wristband Acupressure band versus using Haloperidol as an antiemetic drug when applied before the induction of anesthesia for children aged 3-18 years old A prospective randomized double-blind study design will be used on 80 patients to compare the prophylactic acustimulation treatment schedules All patients received a standardized general anesthetic The study occurred in the operation department at a governmental hospital in Nablus single-centered The incidence of vomitingretching and pain also the need for rescue antiemetics and analgesics were determined at specific time intervals for up to 24 hrs after surgery Other outcome variables assessed included discharge times for outpatients resumption of normal activities of daily living antiemetic response rate and patient satisfaction with acupressure therapy One of the key points in improving postoperative pain management is the regular assessment and documentation of pain Self-assessment in fact is the single most reliable indicator of the existence and the intensity of pain and the efficacy of treatment Prepared by: Ahmad Ajayeb Cassandra Masoud Mohammad Zeid Supervised by: Dr Aidah Alkaissi Miss Najwa Subuh Maternal Iron Deficiency Anemia & Birth Outcomeshttp://blogs.najah.edu/staff/emp-2435/article/Maternal--Iron-Deficiency-Anemia-amp-Birth-OutcomesPublished ArticlesStudy abstract The study discuss the prevalence of Maternal Iron Deficiency Anemia and pregnancy outcomes Among pregnant women In Nablus areas including Rafidia Governmental Hospital Arab Specialist Nablus Specialist Hospital To determine the effect of the timing of iron deficiency anemia during pregnancy on fetal growth and birth outcome by using retrospective study to identify the effects of maternal- iron deficiency anemia on birth outcome by using Self-designated questionnaire self reported and filling questionnaire to collect data of sample size including 69 pregnant women The sample collected randomly One hypothesis were used to find significant statistical differences of this hypothesis and the study provided that their was no causal relationship between maternal iron deficiency anemia birth outcomes