Akram Shahrokhi

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OBJECTIVE Medication errors are the most common medical errors, which may result in some complications for patients. This study was carried out to investigate what influence medication errors by nurses from their viewpoint. METHODS In this descriptive study, 150 nurses who were working in Qazvin Medical University teaching hospitals were selected by(More)
Nosocomial infections are considered a major risk factor in hospital wards, and hand hygiene is the first step in their control. An observational study was conducted in 2015 with 200 nurses working in intensive care units in teaching hospitals of Tabriz, Iran. Data were collected by using the Hand Hygiene Observation Tool questionnaire. The researchers(More)
This study was performed to compare the effects of two hand decontamination methods on the microbial burden of operating room staff hands. The surgical hand washing methods compared were a traditional surgical hand scrub using a povidone iodine solution, and a social wash using a liquid non-antibacterial soap followed by the application of an alcoholic hand(More)
BACKGROUND Pressure ulcers' treatment imposes a considerable cost on health system and patients. Electrical stimulation has already been introduced as an effective method for promoting wound healing. This study was conducted to determine the impact of interferential current (IF) on healing of pressure ulcers (grade1 and 2). MATERIALS AND METHODS In this(More)
BACKGROUND Diabetic children and their families experience high level stress because of daily insulin injection. OBJECTIVES This study was conducted to investigate the impact of an interactive computer game on behavioral distress due to insulin injection among diabetic children. PATIENTS AND METHODS In this clinical trial, thirty children (3-12 years)(More)
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