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Prevalence of Self-Medication Among the Elderly in Kermanshah-Iran
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Considering the relatively high rates of self-medication among the elderly as well as its side effects, designing and performing educational programs are suggested for the elderly people. Expand
Mapping 123 million neonatal, infant and child deaths between 2000 and 2017
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A high-resolution, global atlas of mortality of children under five years of age between 2000 and 2017 highlights subnational geographical inequalities in the distribution, rates and absolute counts of child deaths by age. Expand
The relationship between care burden and quality of life in caregivers of hemodialysis patients
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The caregivers of hemodialysis patients endure high level of care burden and this pressure has a negative effect on their quality of life, and it is recommended to pay more attention to the needs of caregivers and provide adequate social, economic, physical and psychological support. Expand
The effectiveness of web-based and face-to-face continuing education methods on nurses' knowledge about AIDS: a comparative study
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The web-based method seems to be as effective as the face-to-face method in the continuing education of nurses, and is recommended, as complementary to theface method, for designing and delivering some topics of continuing education programs for nurses. Expand
The epidemiology of scorpion stings in tropical areas of Kermanshah province, Iran, during 2008 and 2009
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Due to the relatively high incidence of scorpion stings in tropical areas of Kermanshah, it is recommended that the inhabitants be educated through the mass media about how to prevent the stings and apply preliminary treatment. Expand
Relationship between study habits and academic achievement in students of medical sciences in Kermanshah-Iran
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It is recommended to consider and assess students’ study habits at the time of entry into university, in addition, specific training should be offered to students in order to help them learn or modify study habits to increase their academic achievements. Expand
Accuracy and precision of four common peripheral temperature measurement methods in intensive care patients
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It is recommended to use the tympanic method (right and left) for assessing a patient’s body temperature in the intensive care units because of high accuracy and acceptable precision. Expand
Prevalence of self-medication practice among health sciences students in Kermanshah, Iran
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Self-medication did not show a significant difference in terms of variables such as age, gender, marital status, insurance status and residence, and the most commonly used medications included common cold drugs, analgesics and antibiotics. Expand
The relationship between social networking addiction and academic performance in Iranian students of medical sciences: a cross-sectional study
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The social networking addiction of the students was at moderate level and the male students had a higher level of addiction compared to the female students, and there was a negative and significant relationship between the overall use of social networks and academic performance of students. Expand
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