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Burnout syndrome among multinational nurses working in Saudi Arabia.
Age and working away from their home countries were the important predictors in the development of BS in nurses and working conditions have to be improved to develop strategies to cope and alleviate stressful situations.
Prevalence of primary and secondary infertility from tertiary center in eastern Saudi Arabia
- H. Al-Turki
- 1 December 2015
Vitamin D levels in healthy men in eastern Saudi Arabia
- M. Sadat-Ali, Abdulmohsen Alelq, H. Al-Turki, F. Al-Mulhim, A. Al-Ali
- MedicineAnnals of Saudi Medicine
- 1 September 2009
The prevalence of vitamin D deficiency among healthy Saudi men is between 28% to 37% and could lead to serious health consequences if the issue is not urgently addressed.
Vitamin D deficiency in Saudi Arabians: A reality or simply hype: A meta-analysis (2008–2015)
- Haneen S. Al-Alyani, H. Al-Turki, Omar N. Al-Essa, Fawaz M. Alani, M. Sadat-Ali
- MedicineJournal of Family and Community Medicine
- 1 January 2018
The currently available literature on the Saudi Arabian population suggests that the Vitamin D deficiency is around 60% and not 100% as indicated in some studies.
Saudi Arabian Nurses. are they prone to burnout syndrome?
- H. Al-Turki
- MedicineSaudi medical journal
- 1 March 2010
The findings show that Saudi nurses had a higher frequency of EE and DP, and most of them had low PA.
Successful treatment of an aggressive recurrent post-menopausal endometriosis with an aromatase inhibitor.
25-Hydoxyvitamin D levels among healthy Saudi Arabian women.
- H. Al-Turki, M. Sadat-Ali, A. Al-Elq, F. Al-Mulhim, A. Al-Ali
- MedicineSaudi Medical Journal
- 1 December 2008
Vitamin D deficiency among healthy young Saudi women of 25-35 years was 30% and 55% in women of > or =50 years, which indicates that hypovitaminosis D is common in young and postmenopausal women.
Vitamin D level among patients with sickle cell anemia and its influence on bone mass
- M. Sadat-Ali, A. Al-Elq, H. Al-Turki, O. Sultan, A. Al-Ali, Fatma Almulhim
- MedicineAmerican journal of hematology
- 1 June 2011
It is hypothesized that low 25(OH)D could be one of the influencing factors among Saudi patients with homozygous SCD for decreased bone density.
Is there a relationship between body mass index and serum vitamin D levels?
- A. Al-Elq, M. Sadat-Ali, H. Al-Turki, F. Al-Mulhim, A. Al-Ali
- Medicine, BiologySaudi medical journal
- 1 December 2009
Obese males are at higher risk of having low 25OHD levels, while obesity in females appears to be protective against vitamin D deficiency in the population studied.
Low bone mass due to sickle cell anemia: is it becoming a real issue?
- M. Sadat-Ali, A. Al-Elq, O. Sultan, H. Al-Turki, R. Bukhari, E. Al-Mulhim
- MedicineWest African journal of medicine
- 1 October 2008
The view that prevalence of osteopenia and osteoporosis among sickle cell anemia patients is high is supported, and physician's awareness about this issue is essential for early diagnosis and appropriate management.