The aim of this study is to determine the differences in indicators of situational efficiency between successful and unsuccessful elite handball teams, participants of the World Junior Championship. A total of 194 games were played. Twenty-four teams were divided into two groups: the winning and losing teams. The differences in indicators of situational efficiency are determined on the basis of 23 variables: 1. Field shot (SUTPO), 2. Line shot (SUTLI), 3. Wing shot (SUTKR), 4 Breakthrough shot (SUTPR) 5. Fast break shot (SUTBRN), 6. Seven meter throw (SUTM7), 7. Number of the goalkeeper\
Abstract\nBACKGROUND: Additon of docetaxel to androgen deprivation therapy(ADT) as first –line treatment in high volume metastatic hormone-sensitive (hormone naïve) prostate cancer(mHSPC). The Sun sets on ADT alone in mHSPC after the results of CHAARTED trial and STAMPEDE trial, that showed significant improvement in overall survival after addition of docetaxel to ADT in comparison to ADT alone. \n\nMETHODS: From January 2012 to January 2014, 46 patients with newly diagnosed metastatic hormone sensitive prostate cancer with confirmed measurable high-volume metastatic disease, were enrolled Eligible. Patients received androgen-deprivation therapy (with a long-acting GnRH agonist ([Goserelin acetate, 3.6 mg subcutaneously monthly] and an androgen antagonist [Flutamide®, 750 mg daily]) plus docetaxel (at a dose of 75mg/m2 given as an intravenous infusion every 3 weeks × 6 cycles).\n \nRESULTS: The median follow up period was 49 months ± SE 4.905\nMedian progression free survival (PFS) was 28 months ± SE 1.787 .The 2-year PFS rate was 58.6% .Median overall survival (OS) was 49 months ± SE 4.905. The 2-year OS rate was 85.9%.\n \n CONCLUSIONS: Docetaxel in addition to ADT should be considered SOC for men with newly diagnosed mHSPC.\n\nKEYWORDS: Androgen deprivation therapy, Metastatic hormone-sensitive prostate cancer, Metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer, Taxanes, Docetaxel.
This study aims at revealing the administrative and accounting aspects of the investment risks fund in Islamic banks through the study of the reality of the management of these funds and accountability in the Jordanian Islamic banks, where they were put up important questions relating to the administration of the Fund and its accounting and investment amount accumulated in it. The researcher found that the establishment of such funds needs arising from the nature of Islamic banks and subject to the supervision and control by the central banks. Also, the researcher revealed that there is a difference in the foundations of this fund truncated and accountable between accounting Islamic standard number (11) and the advisory opinion of the Jordanian Fatwa Board. The study revealed that the investment of this fund is forbidden .
Background: Emergency coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) is a major challenge to cardiovascular junior surgeons, especially with cardiogenic shock patients. Previous reports have described encouraging results of percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) in acute myocardial infarction (AMI) patients experiencing cardiogenic shock as a treatment complication with cardiogenic shock. However, because PCI has failed in some patients, it is associated with a high mortality rate. The aim of the present study was to assess the prognostic factors in emergency CABG of AMI patients with cardiogenic shock.\nMethods: From January 2010 to December 2012, 25 patients receiving emergency CABGs for AMI (age, 69.52 ± 10.47 y) with cardiogenic shock and 22 patients receiving emergency CABGs for AMI (age, 70.64 ± 10.55 y) without cardiogenic shock were enrolled in the present study. \nResults: Fourteen cardiogenic shock patients (14/25, 56%) had received cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) initially. Preoperative risk factors and operative results were analyzed using retrospective chart review. Of the patients who had cardiogenic shock, 10 with preoperative CPR and one without preoperative CPR died, accounting for in-hospital mortality rates of 40% and 4%, respectively. Risk factors for predicting mortality were preoperative CPR (P < .001), preoperative intra-aortic balloon pump insertion (P = .005), and preoperative endotracheal intubation (P = .039). \nConclusions: Emergency CABGs were associated with a high in-hospital mortality rate for all patients with preoperative CPR. AMI patients with cardiogenic shock without preoperative CPR had an acceptable survival rate (90%).