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Patients emphasised 'having more energy' when reporting improvements in their physical health following treatment and their desire to help other patients to receive treatment was connected to their experience of the services that they received and their perceived health outcomes.
Perceived Stigma in People Living With HIV in Qom
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Working with the patients' families, interventions in the rural areas and workplaces, and providing social supports is necessary to minimize the HIV related stigma.
Level of Vitamin E in Follicular Fluid and Serum and Oocyte Morphology and Embryo Quality in Patients Undergoing IVF Treatment
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At certain levels of vitamin E in the follicular fluid, oocytes with higher maturation and at certain levels in serum, embryo with higher quality can be achieved.
Relationship Between Sleep Quality and Spiritual Well-Being/Religious Activities in Muslim Women with Breast Cancer
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A cross-sectional study on 80 WBC who presented at all chemotherapy clinics in Qom, Iran, in 2012 using Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI), spiritual well-being scale (SWBS), and religious activities (RA) questionnaire found that global PSQI score and its seven components score were not significantly correlated with total score of SWBS and its two subscales.
Clinical effectiveness, cost effectiveness and acceptability of community‐based treatment of hepatitis C virus infection: A mixed method systematic review
TLDR
A mixed‐method systematic review of quantitative and qualitative evidence about clinical effectiveness, cost effectiveness and acceptability of community‐based HCV treatment models found studies of the cost effectiveness of community-based models for treating HCV are needed.
The effect of zinc supplementation on pregnancy outcome: a randomized controlled trial
TLDR
Based on the findings, 15-mg zinc supplementation daily from 16 weeks of pregnancy until delivery cannot improve pregnancy outcomes.
Enablers and barriers for the provision of community‐based HCV treatment: A case study of a real‐world practice
TLDR
This study aimed to identify barriers and enablers for the provision of community‐based HCV treatment in Australia.
Single versus Double Intrauterine Insemination in Controlled Ovarian Hyperstimulation Cycles: A Randomized Trial.
TLDR
Investigating the single versus double IUI in controlled ovarian hyperstimulation cycles in Rasht, Iran found that double versus single IUI did not increase the pregnancy rate of IUI and further investigations are recommended.
Elements of community-based models for treating hepatitis C virus in supporting HCV elimination in Australia: A Delphi study.
TLDR
Substantial work is required across policy and health service planning to integrate these highly rated elements of community-based models for treating HCV and their feasibility in the Australian context.
Midwives' educational needs and knowledge about sexually transmittable infections in the Islamic Republic of Iran.
TLDR
A comprehensive educational programme to empower midwives for complete STIs control is recommended.
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