Volume 31 (2024)
Volume 30 (2023)
Volume 29 (2022)
Volume 28 (2021)
Volume 27 (2020)
Volume 26 (2019)
Volume 25 (2018-2019)
Volume 24 (2017-2018)
Volume 23 (2016-2017)
Volume 22 (2015-2016)
Volume 20 (2013-2014)
Volume 19 (2012-2013)
Volume 18 (2011-2012)
Volume 17 (2010-2011)
Volume 16 (2009-2010)
Volume 15 (2008-2009)
Volume 14 (2007-2008)
Volume 13 (2006-2007)
Volume 12 (2005-2006)
Volume 11 (2004-2005)
Screening, identification and evaluation of probiotic potential of Enterococci in traditional dairy products of Sabzevar

MohammadReza Saeedi Asl; Mehdi Hasan shahiyan; Sara Rashid; Hossein Estiri

Volume 21, Issue 1 , March and April 2015, Pages 7-16

  Background: Probiotics are beneficial microorganisms that will be health effects, if be used in a sufficient amount. Due to the growing use of industry dairy, rather than traditional products, there is the possibility of losing a lot of probiotic bacteria. It is, therefore, essential to identify the ...  Read More

Survey the burnout and its effect in gwork environment factors on nursing faculty members in Khorasan Razavi province in 1391

Seyyed Mousa Mahdizadeh; Abbas Heidari; Mohammadreza Ahanchiyan

Volume 21, Issue 1 , March and April 2015, Pages 17-27

  Background: Burnout as multifaceted phenol minions serious issue for many faculty members which, can cause physical and mental diseases. It also can lead to negative attitude to professional activates and reduction of efficacy. This study aimed to assess the level of burnout and its=effect in work environment ...  Read More

The effect of multi-dimentional model of psychiatric rehabilitation care on hemodialysis patients anxious

Masoud Fallahi Khosknab; Kian Novrozi Tabrizi; Soghra Afkand; Poriya Reza Soltani

Volume 21, Issue 1 , March and April 2015, Pages 28-35

  Aims: Long-term use of hemodialysis affects all sides of hemodialysis patients and was caused disease and disturbances such as anxiety in them. This study aimed to determine the effect of multi-dimensional model of psychiatric rehabilitation care on anxiety in hemodialysis patients. Methods: This ...  Read More

Relationship between menarche age and body mass index in female adolescent (10-17 yr) of Sabzevar schools in 1390

Zahra Eftekhari yazdi; Hasan Abdollahzadeh

Volume 21, Issue 1 , March and April 2015, Pages 36-42

  Background: The purpose of this study was to determine the factors influencing age at menarche in sabzevarian girls, for health policy. Materials & Methods: In this cross-sectional descriptive –analytical study, we enrolled 400 girls aged 10-17 years, whose menstruation had started during 6 months ...  Read More

Recognition of the School Concept in View of Reconceptualists and its Relationship with Mental Health
Volume 21, Issue 1 , March and April 2015, Pages 43-52

  Background and Objective: Reconceptualization is a kind of critical thinking on education. By the same critics’ point of view, we investigated to examine the school concept with the role of school in mental health of the students.. Materials and Methods: This study was conducted through analytic-reviewing ...  Read More

The effects of hearing of holy Quran voice on immune system factors in human

MohammadHasan Rakhshani; Javad Mahdavinasab; Khadijeh Mohammadi; Mostafa Abbasi; Hasan Ravansalar; Akbar Pejhan; Javad Hadadnia; Rahim Golmohammadi

Volume 21, Issue 1 , March and April 2015, Pages 53-60

  Background: The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of two types of quran voice , Majlisi or Tartil on IgA, IgM, IgG, C3, C4 and White Blood Cell count. Methods and Materials: this study was conducted on 60 volunteer students in sabzevar university of Medical sciences. Subjects were divided ...  Read More

Antimicrobial resistance of Enteropathogenic Escherichia coli isolated from diarrheal children in Zanjan during 2012-13

Fakhri Haghi; Marziyeh Bayat; Habib Zeighami

Volume 21, Issue 1 , March and April 2015, Pages 61-68

  Background: Enteropathogenic E. coli (EPEC) is the predominant cause of infant diarrhea worldwide and represents a major endemic health threat to children living in developing countries. The increase in antibiotic resistance in pathogenic bacteria, especially in children, is considered as one of the ...  Read More

Psychometric properties of questionnaire of predicting factors for dental caries in adolescents: Fitness theory through factor analysis

Beheshteh Malej Afzali; Ebrahim Hajizadeh; Fazlollah Ahmadi; Fazlollah Ghofranipour; Arezo Fallahi

Volume 21, Issue 1 , March and April 2015, Pages 69-80

  Background: There is an absence of a valid and reliable tool basedon a field study for predictingfactors related to dental caries in adolescents. Also the lack of preventivemodels of tooth decay has been perceived. The aim of thisstudy was to design preventive models by assessing psychometric properties ...  Read More

The relationship between coping strategies with stress and fasting blood sugar in patients with coronary heart disease

Nasim Sharif; Alireza Agha yosefi

Volume 21, Issue 1 , March and April 2015, Pages 81-92

  Background: The use of coping strategies with stress in coronary heart disease (CHD) patients, can lead to significant changes in fasting blood sugar (FBS) level, but researchers have not empirically explored it. This study aimed to analyze the relationship between coping strategies with stress and FBS ...  Read More

The effect of different intensities running on serum glucose and Insulin concentrations in two types of obesity

Arezo Tabrizi; Majid Gholi pour

Volume 21, Issue 1 , March and April 2015, Pages 93-105

  Introduction: attention to the relationship between obesity and type ΙΙ diabetes and also lack of enough data on the evaluation of obese individual’s glucose and insulin responses to different exercise intensities, the present cross sectional study aimed to examine the effects of different intensities ...  Read More

The Mechanizm of Pain modulation in Rostarl-Ventromedial medulla

Hasan Ajdari Mehri; Hossein Khademi; Elaheh Erami; Mohammad Mohammadzadeh

Volume 21, Issue 1 , March and April 2015, Pages 106-115

  Abstract Background: Several systems of pain modulation in the central nervous system modulated the responses to painful stimuli in stressful and excitement situations. Stimulation of the hypothalamus induces analgesia through information relay to the brain stem including Rostral- Ventromedial medulla. ...  Read More

Toxic epidermal necrosis syndrome after taking Phenytoin; a case report

Mohammad Shoja; Mohammad Novrozi; Somayyeh Rahimi; Ali Mohammad Jafari; Mohsen Shoja

Volume 21, Issue 1 , March and April 2015, Pages 116-121

  Introduction: the toxic epidermal necrosis syndrome is defined as severe skin and mucosal reactions which usually appears by some drugs such as phenytoin. Case Presentation: a 35-year-old man who consumed phenytoin hospitalized due to diffuse mucocutaneous lesions and bullous lesions. After diagnosing ...  Read More

The study of Thymus vulgaris Cytotoxicity effects on breast cancer cell\'s line

Safiyeh Ghazzafi; Ahmad Hamta

Volume 21, Issue 1 , March and April 2015, Pages 122-130

  Background: Breast Cancer is the most common cancer in the Iranian women. Fortunately, it is a type of preventable and discernible cancer. The hydroethanolic extract of the leaves and flowered twigs of Thymu vulgaris contain various ingrediants in which the Thymol and Carvacrol are the most important ...  Read More

Targeted Genome Editing With Engineered Nucleases- a New Approach in Gene Therapy

Kazem Asdollahi; Rasoul Abdollahzadeh; Mohammadreza Nori Deloyee

Volume 21, Issue 1 , March and April 2015, Pages 131-144

  Nowadays, targeted genome engineering is one of the most important advances in genetic engineering. This process is based on the function of engineered endonucleases. These tools can make desirable genetic changes through creating double strand breaks followed by homologous recombination or non-homologous ...  Read More

Validity and Reliability of Direct Observation of Procedural Skills in Evaluating Clinical Skills of midwifery Students of Kashan Nursing and Midwifery School

Maliheh Sarviyeh; Hossein Akbari; Fakhrosaadat Mirhosseini; Hamidreza Baradaran; Afsaneh Hemati; Jalil Kohpayezadeh

Volume 21, Issue 1 , March and April 2015, Pages 145-154

  Background: Direct observation is a method for objective assessment of practical skills and giving feedback to the students. This study investigated the reliability and validity testing direct observation of practical skills in the assessment of midwifery students’ clinical skills. Material and Method: ...  Read More

The effectiveness of combination of structural and solution- focused family therapy(cutting down on use of substance) in treatment of the substance abuse and the family function improvement

Ali Delavar; Abdollah Shfeeabadi; Ebrahim Nameni; Khodabakhsh Ahmadi

Volume 21, Issue 1 , March and April 2015, Pages 155-163

  Introduction: among different specific strategies for treatment of drug abuse disorders, Family therapy has been attractive forre searcher. The family therapy would increase the efficacy of other approaches. The purpose of this study is to examine the effectiveness of integration of structural and solution- ...  Read More

Evaluation of education in promoting healthy lifestyle behaviors among adolescent girls, according to the Health Belief Model

Mousa Mahdizadeh; Mehrosaadat Mahdizadeh; Noshin Peyman

Volume 21, Issue 1 , March and April 2015, Pages 164-174

  Background & objective: adolescence is one of the most valuable periodin life which is foundation of the next stage.Adolescents’sedentary lifestyle and unhealthy eating behaviors threat the present and future life in this age group. The aim of this study was to evaluate healthy lifestyle education ...  Read More

The Study of nurses’ accupational moral working at educational hospitals in Qom and its related factors in 2014

Siyamak Mohebbi; Nasim Rasouli; Zohreh GHamarizare; Azam Habashizadeh

Volume 21, Issue 1 , March and April 2015, Pages 175-182

  Background:one of the most important groups of careers in health systems are Nurses. Their accupational moral is very crucial becuase of its effects on professional practice.furthermore,this study was condected to examin nurses’ moral and its related factors. Materials and Methods: in this descriptive-cross ...  Read More

Dental Fear and anxiety among Students of Rafsanjan University of Medical Sciences

Fathiyeh Sistani; Mohammad Mehdi Yaghoti Khorasani

Volume 21, Issue 1 , March and April 2015, Pages 183-191

  Introduction: Fear and anxiety due to dental treatments have been identified as on of the important factors in delation and avoidance of dental care which is a major obstacle in diagnosis and treatment of dental peoblems on time . This study aimed to determine dental fear and anxiety prevalence in the ...  Read More

Comparison the effects of Progesterone suppository with Salbotamol on reduction preterm birth risk

Maryam Tovliat; Maliheh Zangoee; Mohboobeh Zangoee

Volume 21, Issue 1 , March and April 2015, Pages 192-198

  Introduction and objective: preterm labor is the most important cause of neonatal mortality in the first 28 days of life in the world. Usin an appropraite theraphutic stratgy can lead to longer pregnancy duration, more evolution of neonate’s organs and bearing a healthy neonate. The effects of drugs ...  Read More

The Prevalence and mortality risk factors of Pneumothorax in Infants treated by mechanical ventilation

Fereshteh Ghorat; Hasan Salehi pour

Volume 21, Issue 1 , March and April 2015, Pages 199-206

  Background: Pneumothorax and its related mortality isvery commonin infancy and it is intensified among infants who received the mechanical ventilation treatment. Determining the effective factors in the incidence of this disease is very importantin reducing its related mortality. Our study has done with ...  Read More

The effects of crowding stress on histological structure of mouse spleen

Farzad Rajaee; Tayyebeh Hadigol; Zivar Salehi; Amir Farzam

Volume 21, Issue 1 , March and April 2015, Pages 207-215

  Background and Objectives: Regarding to remarkable growth of population and consequent crowding of it in big cities and immune system sensitivity against environmental agents, the present study aimed to investigate the effects of social stress on spleen of mouse. Methods and Materials: Thirty adult ...  Read More

The Effectiveness of Group Metacognitive Therapy in Improving Metacognitive Beliefs and Ruminative Responses of Patients with Major Depressive Disorder

Hossein Shareh; Mahshid Dovlatshahi; Mohammad Kahani

Volume 21, Issue 1 , March and April 2015, Pages 216-227

  Background: The relationship between metacognitions and depressive symptoms has been proved during the past decades. The aim of this study was to consider effectiveness of group metacognitive therapy (GMCT) in improving metacognitive beliefs and ruminative responses of patients suffering from major depressive ...  Read More