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Dr. Mona Janfaza Md

1700 Mount Vernon Ave
Bakersfield CA 93306
661 262-2274
Medical School: Other - Unknown
Accepts Medicare: No
Participates In eRX: No
Participates In PQRS: No
Participates In EHR: No
License #: A122063
NPI: 1215283015
Taxonomy Codes:
208600000X

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A preliminary comparison study of two noncrosslinked biologic meshes used in complex ventral hernia repairs. - World journal of surgery
The biologic materials currently available for hernia repairs are costly and there are limited statistics on recurrences and rates of infection in connection with their use in complex cases.We performed a retrospective review and comparison of two types of biologic mesh used at our institution for abdominal hernia repairs spanning a 1-year period. Demographic data and outcomes relating to surgical site infections, hernia recurrences, and mortality were analyzed. Of the 35 patients in the study, 23 patients (Group I) were managed with SurgiMend, a neonatal bovine mesh, and 12 patients (Group II) were managed with Flex HD, a human-derived mesh.The study cohorts met criteria for high-risk stratification based on body mass index, comorbid conditions, and a high prevalence of contaminated wounds. The overall surgical site infection rate was 17 % for Group I and 50 % for Group II. These differences reached statistical significance when comparing superficial infections but not for deep infections with mesh involvement. Hernia recurrences in Group I were 5 % compared to 33 % in Group II. No deaths were observed.These preliminary data demonstrate promising short-term outcomes for high-risk complex hernias repaired with biologic mesh, particularly SurgiMend, but the long-term durability of these biological materials is yet to be determined.
Importance of leuprolide acetate variable dosing for precocious puberty: a range of acceptable suppression. - Journal of pediatric endocrinology & metabolism : JPEM
The effect of the variation in hormonal suppression on bone maturation, growth velocity, and adult height prediction was examined during treatment with leuprolide acetate for central precocious puberty (CPP).Ten girls on variable doses of Lupron were studied for one year. Height, weight, body mass index, luteinizing hormone (LH), estradiol, and growth velocity were measured every 3 months. Bone age and predicted height were assessed every 6 months.LH range changed from 0.5-1.4 IU/I to 0.1-2.8 IU/I. The average Lupron dose decreased from 0.33 +/- 0.11 to 0.26 +/- 0.08 mg/kg. Predicted adult height averaged 158.33 +/- 9.5cm at the start of the study and increased to 161.45 +/- 6.26 cm (p <0.01). LH and estradiol did not correlate with the rate of bone maturation, growth velocity, predicted height, or with leuprolide dose.Variable dosing of leuprolide acetate is needed to achieve similar amounts of hormonal suppression, yet small changes in dose did not significantly change LH or estradiol levels or predicted height.
Estradiol levels and secretory dynamics in normal girls and boys as determined by an ultrasensitive bioassay: a 10 year experience. - Journal of pediatric endocrinology & metabolism : JPEM
We utilized an ultrasensitive recombinant cell bioassay to measure serum estradiol in 800 normal children from birth through puberty. 105 children had repeat samples every 4 months as they approached puberty. We measured estradiol levels every hour for 24 hours in 55 children. Estradiol increased with age and pubertal stage in girls and boys, and was higher in girls than boys at each stage. Prepubertal girls have estradiol levels of 1.6 +/- 2.6 pg/ml. Prepubertal boys have estradiol levels of 0.4 + 1.1 pg/ml. Estradiol had a diurnal variation in girls and boys, with the trough occurring 08.00-20.00 h in girls, and 12.00-20.00 h in boys. We confirm that estradiol levels are higher in girls than boys even before physical signs of puberty, and that estradiol increases throughout puberty in girls and boys. This 10-year experience in 800 children shows the range and variability of estradiol by an ultrasensitive bioassay.
Estrogen bioactivity in fo-ti and other herbs used for their estrogen-like effects as determined by a recombinant cell bioassay. - The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism
One of the most important issues in women's health concerns the risks and benefits of estrogen replacement therapy. Continual uncertainty and lack of consensus regarding estrogen replacement therapy has driven many women to seek alternative sources of estrogen, including herbal remedies. We adapted a recombinant cell bioassay to measure estrogen bioactivity in herbs. We studied, in vitro, estrogen bioactivity in red clover, dong quai, black cohosh, soy, licorice, chaste tree berry, fo-ti, and hops. Soy, clover, licorice, and hops have a large amount of measurable estrogen bioactivity, as suspected, based on previous reports using other methods. We discovered surprisingly high estrogen activity in extracts of fo-ti not previously reported. Chaste tree berry, black cohosh, and dong quai did not have measurable activity with this method. We also discovered that removal of a glycone group from soy increases its estrogen bioactivity significantly. We conclude that this recombinant cell bioassay for estradiol can be used to measure bioactivity in herbal products. The preparations of fo-ti studied had estrogen activity of 409 +/- 55 pmol/liter estradiol equivalents per microgram of herb, which is 1/300 the activity of 17 beta-estradiol. Clinical studies are underway to determine the estrogen bioactivity in women using dietary supplements containing these herbs.

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