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Burnout syndrome among multinational nurses working in Saudi Arabia.
BACKGROUND Nursing Staff is reported to be under extreme state of stress, leading to burnout syndrome (BS). Most of the studies have been conducted among the nurses working in their home countries.Expand
Saudi Arabian Nurses. are they prone to burnout syndrome?
OBJECTIVE To find out the prevalence of Burnout syndrome (BS) in Saudi nurses. METHODS This is a cross-sectional study involving 60 female Saudi nurses in the workforce of King Fahd UniversityExpand
Vitamin D levels in healthy men in eastern Saudi Arabia
Background: Studies in 1980s and 1990s indicated that vitamin D levels in the ethnic Saudi Arabian population were low but no studies since that time have evaluated vitamin D levels among healthyExpand
Vitamin D deficiency in Saudi Arabians: A reality or simply hype: A meta-analysis (2008–2015)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE: The objective of this systematic review was to determine from published data the prevalence of Vitamin D deficiency in the Saudi population. METHODS: An extensive andExpand
Successful treatment of an aggressive recurrent post-menopausal endometriosis with an aromatase inhibitor.
The current case report describes the development and medical treatment of an aggressive pelvic endometrioma in a post-menopausal patient, who had undergone abdominal hysterectomy andExpand
25-Hydoxyvitamin D levels among healthy Saudi Arabian women.
OBJECTIVE To assess the serum level of 25 hydroxyvitamin D 25OHD among healthy Saudi Arabian women living in the eastern province. METHODS A cross-sectional randomized study was conducted betweenExpand
Is there a relationship between body mass index and serum vitamin D levels?
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the relationship between vitamin D level and body mass index (BMI) among Saudi Arabian citizens. METHODS Four hundred healthy individuals aged > or =25 years (200 males andExpand
Vitamin D level among patients with sickle cell anemia and its influence on bone mass
Vitamin D status varies with age, sex, body mass index (BMI), race, skin color, latitudes, sun exposure, and dietary intake [1]. A level between 52 and 72 nmol/l (21-29 ng/ml) has been defined as aExpand
A 5-year analysis of semen parameters in Saudi Arabian men attending infertility clinics
  • H. Al-Turki
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of international medical research
  • 1 April 2016
Objective To evaluate semen parameters in infertile Saudi Arabian men. Methods In this retrospective study, semen analysis and other clinical data were extracted from medical records of men attendingExpand
Contraception: Attitudes and Experiences of Saudi Arabian Women
  • H. Al-Turki
  • Medicine
  • Health care for women international
  • 11 January 2011
We carried out a survey to find the contraception practices and experiences of Saudi Arabian females. A preset questionnaire was developed, and married Saudi females were asked to answer theExpand