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THE BURDEN OF DISEASE AND INJURY IN IRAN IN THE YEAR 2003
WHO-ILAR COPCORD Study (Stage 1, Urban Study) in Iran.
The large urban COPCORD study in Iran showed a high prevalence of rheumatic complaints in the population over the age of 15 years, 41.9%.
Progress towards health equity in I.R. of Iran through last three decades.
Constant improvement of main health indicators and fewer gaps between subgroups are promising and improvement in the literacy rate may imply sustainable improvement in following decade since it is one of the main health determinants.
Multiple Imputation to Deal with Missing Clinical Data in Rheumatologic Surveys: an Application in the WHO-ILAR COPCORD Study in Iran
- M. Mirmohammadkhani, A. Foroushani, K. H. Naieni
- MedicineIranian journal of public health
- 31 January 2012
To estimate the prevalence of rheumatic disorders such as knee osteoarthritis, applying MI using available demographics is superior to CCA.
Prevalence of Behcet's disease in Iran: a WHO‐ILAR COPCORD stage I study
The prevalence of Behcet's disease in Iran is 68 per 100,000 inhabitants, which is the second highest prevalence after Turkey (80–370) in the world, and far behind comes Saudi Arabia with 20, China 14, and Japan 13.
Comparison of existing disease activity indices in the follow-up of patients with Behçet’s disease
- F. Shahram, A. Khabbazi, A. Nadji, N. Ziaie, A. T. Banihashemi, F. Davatchi
- MedicineModern rheumatology
- 10 July 2009
IBDDAM was the preferred method for the evaluation of disease activity change in patients with BD considering a change of at least 0.45, and better concordance was also observed for I BDDAM (nonocular and total) with PGA than BDCAF.
The association between social support and postpartum depression in women: A cross sectional study.
Anxiety and depression in rheumatoid arthritis: an epidemiologic survey and investigation of clinical correlates in Iranian population
- A. Jamshidi, A. T. Banihashemi, P. Paragomi, M. Hasanzadeh, M. Barghamdi, S. Ghoroghi
- Medicine, PsychologyRheumatology International
- 18 May 2016
The study stressed the impact of depressive and anxiety symptoms in functional disability and pain perception of RA patients and pointed out the multidisciplinary management of RA.
WHO-ILAR COPCORD pilot study in Tehran, Iran.
Behaviors Influencing Human Immunodeficiency Virus Transmission in the Context of Positive Prevention among People Living with HIV/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome in Iran: A Qualitative Study
- Seyed Ramin Radfar, A. Sedaghat, A. T. Banihashemi, M. Gouya, R. Rawson
- MedicineInternational journal of preventive medicine
- 1 August 2014
Designing new interventions and updating current interventions directed toward the aforementioned factors should be addressed by responsible Iranian authorities in order to have a national effective response on the HIV/AIDS epidemic.