Research Article
13/7/2017
Taghi Naserpour Farivar, Amir Peymani, Shahin Bolori, Hadi Rahimi
Pseudomonas aeruginosa is one of the most common Gram-negative pathogen causing nosocomial infection worldwide. The emergence of multi-drug resistant strains has become a major clinical concern in recent years. Resistance-nodulation-cell division (RND) family efflux pumps play an important role in the development of multidrug resistance in P. ... read more
Research Article
22/7/2017
Mehdi Sahmani, Leila Azizi, Amir Javadi, Zahra Rashvand, Mahnaz Abbasi
Osteoporosis is frequently observed in postmenopausal women. Evidence indicates that the role of genetic factors is significant in osteoporosis. This study aimed to inspect the potential association between His 447 His polymorphism of PPARĪ³ gene and bone mineral density (BMD) and serum lipid profiles in postmenopausal women ... read more
Research Article
21/9/2016
Saeed Asefzadeh, Jahanara Mamikhani, Elahe Navvabi
Accreditation is usually a voluntary plan supported by a non-governmental institution and trained evaluators that examine the competency of organizations providing health service according to pre-specified performance standards.The current study aimed to determine the degree of establishment of accreditation standards using logical framework of Zachman.This descriptive research ... read more
Research Article
31/5/2017
Marziyeh Mansoori Jalilian, Ali Khorshidi, Jafar Bazyar, Hamid Safarpour, Kourosh Sayehmiri, Ali Delpisheh, Parviz Tahmasbi, Zhila Shademan
Obesity and overweight are among the serious challenges of the health system in the world. Environmental factors are among the most important determinants of obesity in different groups of society.The aim of this study was to determine the relationship between some environmental factors and obesity and overweight ... read more
Research Article
13/7/2017
Ole Winther Rasmussen, Finn Friis Lauszus, Mette Lokke, Morten Sall Jensen
New approaches on outpatient control are required and need testing to motivate and give feedback to the patients at home. Telemedicine has the capacity to achieve this, optimizing care through motivation and direct feedback adapted to milieu of the patient and at the same time to keep ... read more
Research Article
31/5/2017
Zahra Khayyer, Vahid Nejati, Jalil Fathabadi
Some studies have shown working memory impairment following stressful situations. Also, researchers have found that working memory performance depends on many different factors such as emotional load of stimuli and gender.The present study aimed to determine the effects of stress induction on visual working memory (VWM) performance ... read more
Research Article
13/7/2017
Javad Sajedifar, Ramazan Mirzaei, Gholam Heidar Teimori, Ahmad Mehri, Fatemeh Azadbakht, Ali Choupani, Mohammad Reza Taheri
Considering the advancement of technology and application of various appliances in the workplace, one of the most significant current discussions in the industrial and nonindustrialized workplaces is thermal comfort. Hospital staff have a special status because of the diversity of people employed in hospitals and their crucial ... read more
Case Report
31/5/2017
Mohammad Mahdi Daei
Simultaneous multiple coronary artery thrombosis is a rare finding in ST segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI), and has a high mortality rate.We report a case of myocardial infarction with cardiogenic shock, left bundle branch block, and multiple ST segment elevation on the electrocardiogram and thrombotic occlusion of ... read more

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